The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH W EEKLY
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NUMBER 36
[Activities Continue
spite Fire Damage
ite the damages caused by a major fire which struck
tin building of the Miami Y early Tuesday morning,
tesare going on as usual at the Y, Leon Kaplan, presi-
Uounced this week.
Shits 5200,000 building fund campaign starting Oct. 15,
Uill hold its first workers rally Wednesday evening to
75 captains and teams.
from the fire, which struck the Y at around 1:30 a.m.
v has not been estimated, but the stage and administra-
tes were destroyed and the whole building was ren-
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEN1BErTi946"
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Participation in
Parley Accepted by Agency
LONDONThe Jewish agency dates who are ready to come and 1 that as the British government
Wednesday night handed Britain 'with other Jewish bodies." seems to be determined to follow
m answer to th( invitation t< a The Small Zionist Actions com-I its own course of action, the
1 on Palestine' tuture, mittee which was convened to de-I Jewish agency should not be a
ing here Monday, and in- ride on whether to accept or re- party to it.
formed sources said it agreed at ject the British invitation to par-
least to "limited participation." ticipate in the forthcoming Lon-
Neither the Jewish agency nor don parley on Palestine, adjourn-
The Hashomcr Hatzair, left
wing of the Palestine Laborites,
Sunday adopted a resolution de-
the colonial office would say what ed Sunday without reaching any | daring that the participation of
\per to Open
\lic Forums
leach Lodge
was contained in the Jewish r nite decision.
ply. but other informants said Instead, the meeting adopted
odered practically useless from tar ,hat if "limited participation" was a resolution stating that it "noted
that melted from the roof and tne answer, it meant agency rep- tl egot ations" which are now
from the danger of the cracked resentativrs would at least be b ing conducted between the
ceiling which is expected to fall. ;iv;n,; A painting, valued at $25,- the British government while the ish agency with regard to the
talks weie in progress, c nference on Palestine, and has
, Florida S r Claude
I arrives next week,
his two public appear-
1 be at !" to De
mi Beach
rrith lodgi mday eve-
lept. 15, at Fl ingo park.
| only other appearance
1 so fa: e a speech
empl' ; conven-
fat 14.
| senator's topic has not
Buncc:. but sponsors of
will speak on
I of national and inter-
I ajnrfic.
rill be introduced by John
bmery, Mi Beach pub-
lid Turk will i reside at the
which will hi the first in
t to be- the Beach
Greeting v. ill be ex-
by George .1 Bertman,
bit of the liI
(officials, rabl md min-
|re being inviti I to attend
.'Pen to
fieral public.
invit also be-
Hended | | Sholem
'' Palm Beach
ward county lodges and
B'nai Biith chapters,
aigrants Arrive
YORK. N.Y., Aug. 31
IS Marine Perch landed
ayfron. G ny, carry-
^than 40(i Jewish immi-
[Of course, 218 were help-
p* America by the Joint
** agency ,iding Jewish
P overseas With funds
Wfd m the U.S. to the
*jM) Appeal, the JDC
Vt handled their irnmi-
Papers. arranged their
and paid or advanced
el costs.
000, was completely destroyed.
Donated to the Y several years
ago, the picture, titled "Last
Rehearsal," was painted by the
Hungarian artist. Margitay. It
had been stored on the Y stage,
pending removal to the Y's pro-
posed new building.
No one was hurt in the fire
which was discovered by Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Bernstein. 1560 S. W.
Fifth St., at 1:25 a.m., only a short
time after the Y's Labor day
dance ended. Approximately 600
people had attended the event.
At an emergency board met-
ing Tuesday night. Ben Essen
was appointed to represent the
Y in adjusting the fire loss with
an insurance company.
Next Wednesday's rally, in the
form of a hot dog supper, will be
the first in a series of pre-cam-
paign meetings under the direc-
tion of Leo Ackcrman, chairman
of the drive.
Stale Meet
Seores British
Colonial Secretary George Hall, also taken into consideration the
meanwhile, informed the Jew ish statement of the executive of the
agency by letter that Britain had Jewish agency that the results
decided to invite a numbi r of of thi gotiations will be sub-
non-agency Jewish individuals mitti d to the Actions committee
and organizations, from Britain aft( I they are concluded.
as well as from Palestine, to the The Jewish Telegraphic agency
conference. has learned that during the dis-
It was officially stab d that the cussion in Paris the executive
parley would be held even if the members of the Jewish agency
agency or the Palestine Arab avoided being influenced by ques-
Higher committee, or both, re- lions of prestige, but weighed
fus, to participate. In the event their arguments only in the light
that both the Palestine Arabs and of the possibility of achieving
the Jews refused to attend the positive results by participation
parley, official circles indicated in the conference. One of the
that they will hold discussions arguments which, it is under-
with representatives of Arab stood, was most repeated, was
the Jewish agency in the London
conference must depend on the
following three conditions: 1. A
guarantee for the integrality of
Palestine; 2. A guarantee that
100,000 European Jews will be
admitted to Palestine irrespective
of the outcome of the conference;
3. The detained member of the
Jewish agency executive and of
the Jewish National council must
be released.
The Central committee of the
Mapai, Palestine Jewish labor
party, today adopted a decision
rejecting the British "federaliza-
tion plan" as a basis for negotia-
tions. It urged the Jewish agency
to participate in the London con-
ference only if the question of
the establishment of a Jewish
state is introduced during the
talks and if the agency is given
the right to invite all Jewish rep-
resentatives outside of its own
ranks.
Federation to Name
Campaign Leaders
Jack Kapner, West Palm Beach,
was elected president of the
Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith
lodges at its final business ses-
sion Monday at the conclusion of
its Labor day weekend conven-
tion. Members adopted a resolu-
tion condemning British actions
in Palestine as the major item
among other resolutions affect-
ing the activities of the organi-
zation.
Kapner, former state federa-
tion first vice president, succeeds
Morrice S. Uman, Tampa lawyer
who automatically becomes one
of the four trustees of the fed-
eration. Kapner said that West
Palm Beach has been tentatively
selected as site of the Hth an-
nual convention to be held over
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Organization of a committee to
direct the Greater Miami cam-
paign for over three million dol-
lars will be planned at a meeting
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federatii n executive committee
at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Fed-
eration offices.
Ten persons will be named by
Federation to serve on the cam-
paign committee. Another ten
will be selected by the trustees
of the Mt. Sinai hospital which
will conduct the coordinate.-.
drive with Federation beginning
Nov. 15. Ten representative's will
be chosen from the comm
at large by the other campaign
committee members.
This committee of 30 will have
the responsibility of planning the
coordinated drive, securing cam-
paign headquarters and selecting
a chairman and personnel lor
the drive. ._
Zionists Back Dr. Silver,
Reaffirm Statehood Policy
NEW YORK (JTA)--Renewed confidence in the leadership of
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, president of the Zionist Organization of
America, was expressed here this week by the national execu-
tive of the Z.O.A. after an all-night closed session.
"We reject the imputation conveyed in these pretentious and
harmful reports that Dr. Silver and the masses of American
Zionisms whom he leads represent an 'extremist' positioh in
contrast with the allegedly 'moderate' position of the Jewish
Agency executive.
The national executive in its resolution reaffirmed the official
program of the Zionist movement
{m Committee to Spend A Million *
It. ""wnunity leaders
tin; ls' l" spend nearly
Pjm dojiars wm hold
* meeting of the year
'"Wiir.R at the offices of
er "ami j, Wish Fed.
ft1 *ho comprise Fed-
JJe committee, will
5eVmTa,n :md pre-
?S manual to guide
ln applying for the
Fed!!k' rai8ed in "
'^ration drive.
wm'jT wee. the
BJSfff.aficncies-
Us f,'bo heard first.
fro* Greater Miami
organizations ma*y amount to
more than $100,000 this year,
Morris Klass, executive director
of Federation, estimated this
week. Five years ago, the com-
bined budgets of all local agen-
cies were less than $25,000. he
said.
last winter was distributed on
the basis of the budget commit-
tee's studies. Major beneficiary-
was the United Jewish Appeal
which received $517,000 for res-
Cue, relief and rehabilitation.
W. rk in Europe and Palestine.
Members of the budget corn-
Allocations recommended by mittee are David Brown Charles
will be | H. Cohen, Maurice Ciomci. Abra-
Goodman. Leon Kaplan,
the budget committee
presented to the Federation
board of directors for final ap-
proval. Future programs of local
agencies are to a great extent
determined by the budget com-
mittee by virtue of its role in
setting the quotas.
The more than $808,000 raised
in Greater Miami by Federation
ham wwV~..----
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Sidney Let-
court, Mrs. Sol Leslie, Max
Meisel, Ned Sail, Herbert Scher,
George Wolpert.
Victory Garvey, Federations
professional assistant in commu-
nity planning, will serve as sec-
retary for the committee.
calling for the free entry of
Jews into Palestine and the es-
tablishment of Palestine as a
Jewish Commonwealth with full
equality of rights and status for
all it inhabitants."
Lessing J. Rosenwald, presi-
dent of the American Council for
Judaism, comprising Americans
of Jewish faith conveyed the
council's "deep sense of grati-
tude" to President Truman for
his proposal that arrangements be
made to admit many of the dis-
placed persons of Europe to va-
rious countries, including the
United States.
"Time alter time we have
urged," Rosenwald said in a let-
ter to President Truman, "that
only by approaching the problem
of all displaced persons could a
si lution be found fi r displaced
Jews. Your recent statement
wisi ly recommends such a broad
program of universal humanita-
rian concern.
"As American citizens, mindful
cobs, a founder and builder of
Hadassah for three decades and
a long-time leader in Zionist af-
fairs, deplored the terrorist meth-
ods now being used and termed
these methods "completely out of
line with the peaceful traditions
of modern Zionism."
Mrs. Jacobs made this state-
ment this week following her re-
turn from a four-month visit in
Palestine. She narrowly escaped
being killed at the King David
hotel at the time of the recent
bombing there by postponing an
interview with a British official,
who did lose his life.
First DP's Enter
American Zone
PARIS (JTA)A trainload of
1,000 Jewish refugees who fled
from Poland to Austria during
the past few weeks will leave
of the way in which our national Salzburg this week for the
life has been enriched by the con- American zne in Germany, it
of manv people, we was learned here.
tributions of many
applaud your calling the nation
hack to its great, liberal tradition
f asylum and we pledge our ef-
forts in any way that you may
This will be the first group of
displaced Jews to be transferred
from Austria to the American
zone in Germany under an agree-
find them useful to assist yoU in j ment worked out by Gen. Joseph
th>' realization of this endeavor." | T. McNarney. commander of the
Emphasizing that "all the con- American forces in Europe, and
structive achievements in Pales-
tine for the past two decades be-
come blurred by the present
events there," Mrs. Edward Ja-
Gen. Mark Clark, American com-
mander in Austria. Nine thou-
sand more displaced Jews will
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9.z>iix>natlty fya&aMnf .
It's a sailor's life for Jerry
Miller who leaves for St. Peters-
burg Tuesday to attend Ad-
miral Farragut academy. The
son of the Irving Millers, he'll
be a irst-year high school cadet
. After spending the sum-
mer at Camp Massad, Hebrew-
speaking camp at Tannersville,
Pa., the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Grundwerg. of -Miami
Beach, have returned to New
York. Moses Joseph is study-
ing at the Isaac Elchanon Ye-
shiva and his brother, Saul, is
at the Flatbush Yeshiva from
which he will be graduated in
January .
Miss Bernice Panetz, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Pan-
etz, 1540 S. W. Sixth st., re-
turns this week to Florida
Southern college at Lakeland,
where she is in her senior year.
Miss Panetz plans to teach here
in November. She was an in-
structor in English and taught
a Shakespeare course at Lake-
land this summer Also
joining the back-to-school trek
this week was David Jacobs
who left for New York Tuesday
to return to his studies at the
Jewish Theological seminary.
His sister, Irene, who attends
the University of Miami, is in
New York now attending the
B'nai B'riih Girls' convention .
Miss Judith Weiss, who recent-
ly graduated with honors from
New York university, returned
to New York this week after
visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Weiss, for two
weeks .
OUTWARD BOUND
All packed and ready to be-
gin her vacation is Miss Irma
Silverstein who will leave to-
morrow for a trip to New York,
Baltimore and Pennsylvania .. .
Sidney Meyer is in Chicago
. Air. and Mrs. Alex Van
Straaten left Wednesday to
spend a month with their
daughter in Philadelphia .
Mrs. Theresa Arnold is in Ro-
chester, N. Y., where her twin
sister is ill In Cuba for a
week are Mr. and Mrs. Frank
S. Glazer who left Tuesday .
Mrs. A. Schoenfeld will leave
for Washington, D. C, early in
October to visit her son-in-law
and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. B.
Rozansky, for a month .
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Genet
(she's the former Natalie Fran-
kel) are stopping at the Shel-
borne while apartment-hunting.
They returned last week from
their honeymoon trip which
took them to Canada and New
England ... Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Rubinstein are stopping at
the President Madison hotel.
1 Mrs. Rubinstein was Miss San-
dra Hoffman before her mar-
riage Aug. 31
SUMMER'S OVER
Henry Grossman, 623 N. E.
61st st., has returned from a
two-month's vacation in New
York where he visited his chil-
dren and grandchildren .
Mrs. D. Rattner, 644 Lenox ave.,
is back from her summer vaca-
tion David R. Isen has re-
turned from a vacation in the
North Jimmy Gordon, son
of the Harry Gordons, has just
returned from eight and one-
half weeks at Blue Mountain
camp, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
. Back at the Ponce de Leon
hotel after a vacation in New
York is Al Gottesman
David L. Cohen returns from
New York today .
Mrs. Morris Atkins is recu-
perating at home, 1-6 S. W.
Ninth ave., after undergoing an
operation at Jackson Memorial
hospital .
ANNIVERSARY WALTZ
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Romer
celebrated their seventh wed-
ding anniversary at the Club
Bali Friday evening Next
night at the Clover club, the
John Kronenfelds marked their
seventh with a party for friends
... It was their 13th annivers-
ary that Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
Redman celebrated at the Palm
patio of the President Madison
hotel Saturday night. Their
children, Jean, Helen and Rob-
ert, were in the party .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffman,
of New York, have been visit-
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Freisinger of Chase ave.,
Miami Beach Mrs. Al
Feeder is visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. lack Abrevaya,
2376 W. Flagler st. Rabbi
Feeder returned to Passaic last
week after spending several
weeks with his wife at the Edge-
water Beach hotel. Mrs. Feed-
er is the sister of Mrs. Philip
Pett, 241 S. W. 22nd ave.
LAWN PARTY FETES
ENGAGED COUPLE
i n ement of Miss Shirl-
, Meiie Gelbort, daughter of
S SlIn Bernard I Gelbert
,,. s w, in st., to Mr. Itnll.p
Venet. son ol the Meyer Venets,
2H2 s W H ter., was announced
a a law. party Sunday evening
, home of Mr. and Mrs. N.
II Gans. 2531 S. W. 14 st.
Gelbert, a member of
D chapter, B'nai Bnth
g Women, attended rugn
school in Boston, ai gradu-
ate 0( th, Latin American m-
stituti ol New York.
w -. ling Queens college
. Nev V ik city, Mr. Venel en-
tered th. Army to serve three and
. | : years with the eighth
air force in the U.S. and overseas.
TRIP TO WISCONSIN
TO FOLLOW WEDDING
M, 5 Faj P .shkin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, 1308
vlvania ave, will become
tl,. bride ol Mr. Albert An nson,
\1:. and Mrs. s. s. Ar. i son,
ol Soutl Carolina on Tuesday.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will per-
form the cen n i ny ;.t the Shel-
bornc I ol 1 at 5 p.m. Immediate-
ly following there will be a din-
ner in hon r of the couple at the
Mrs. Leon Dower, who was
Mis Pu I kii roommate at the
University of North Carolina.
Will : On Ol hollo!'.
Mr. Aronson was graduated
from Now V rk university and
served tour years at lieutenant in
Am j ah oi ps ovi rseas.
The couple plan to make their
home in Chicago, after a wedding
trip t Wisi rJhsin.
JCRS Rummage Sale
Set for Next Week
imcoLn
155 LINCOLN OAD X
MIAMI BIACH Jry-
C*tN 145PM /
Clot and furniture will be
the materials which will
be on display at the rummage
.,!,. t be hi Id by the Greater
Miami Jewish Consumptive Re-
lief society next Thursday. Fri-
Saturday at N.W. 13 st.
and Thud ave.
All proci ds from the sale will
I needy tubercular patients
ii the local aioa. according to
M s M rtii D. Sunshine, chair-
man.
Contributions of items to be
sold at thi rummage sale may 1 e
brought to Mrs. Sunshine's home,
1520 S.W. 11 ter.
OPl
For The Best
REMEMBRANCE CARDS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Large Assortment of
'Jewlik ; I." IJeat I atdt
TOUJM
I l CONOITIO-ID
COHO'TIOif O Li
llnml Made
Chocolates
Created by
THE HOUSE OF GIRARD
WE PARCEL POST
from
COAST TO COAST
10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Power & Light Co.
AT THREE
THEATRES
The Story of the World's
Most Lov.ible Woman..,
and Most Loving M.inl
DOROTHY
McGUIRE
ROBERT YOUNG
IN
ROSE FRANKEN'S
RED BOOK MAGA-
ZINE STORY
"CLAUDIA
and
DAVID"
%
tirdines
ELIZABETH ARDEN'S
DLUE GRASS
FLOWER MIST
$2
plus tax
Fresh as grassy fields on
a dewy morning Eliza-
beth Arden's lilting, light-
hearted fragrance is dest-
ined to send your spirits
soaring ... to surround
you with an aura of
unforgettable loveliness
throughout your busy day
Packaged in a pretty gift
box.
MIAMI STORK, TOILETRIES,
.- I REET ri.'" iR
MISS ALLEN Tn
NAVY VET
SUNDAYl
MISS GERINGER
ETHEL GERINGER
REVEALS BETROTHAL
Miss Patricia An
Harry Allen of iJ/Sl
LeRoy Rubenstei orM
5 ViU SSffl
Sunday at the W I?
Ral">' Max ShapT N
ceremony and the diw-j
**' ""mediate faS
th "" ?ain( Slepian,,
the bridegroom-elea '
maid of honor. and j|,
Pian, Mr Ru:.
will di best man.
Miss AlUn .,
1: 'land was u
of Tn Beta sorority cf
studied n th, i
ami. Mr. Rubensteir *
t Pi Lambd
at the Universitj
fore entering th< \ '.
three years as an
he is ow attending ii
versity I Mia
Following a .
couple will make their
Miami.
To New York StudenJ
Mrs. Eva Gcringer, 4397 N.
Michigan ave., announces the en-
gagement of her daughter, Ethel,
to Henry S. Levinson of New
York City. Mr. Levinson is the w p
,on of the Jack Levinsons, New Mr.^Hothlein Engaj
York.
Miss Gcringer, formerly a stu-
lent of City College of New
York, recently si rved as an em-
ployee of the war department.
Mr. Levinson is a graduate of
New York university. Since his
it kase from duty as an Army air
corps radar officer, he has re-
sumed his practice as an
countant.
ac-
Gables Group to Meet
A surprise program is in
store for members of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Hillel House. The
program is being arranged by
Sidney Lewis. Sam Silver will
preside at the business meeting.
Mrs R i i II u|
York anno inces I ;:;
of her daughter, Germ
Harol l Rotl leii. n
Ethel Ri thl in, T
Bi
Miss Hurewitz, m
her B.S. di A ::
lege in Long Island, plain]
a nursi
Her grandson
and Mi I Langncr, is a'
tic arts student 11 1
tj : New V
gradu B
High .-i I ool, h
Army to -pond two of i
and one-half yea
Europe.
ALVIN F. GARDNER, D.D.S.
ANNOUNCES HIS RELEASE
FROM THE
ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES
AND THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES
PRACTICE LIMITED TO ORTHODONTICS AND
DENTISTRY FOR CHILDREN
SUITE 908-9, CONGRESS BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TELEPHONE 2-5436
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MIAMI BEAO
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PAGE THREE
, Miami Boys Get
,AZA Offices
.. \ re elected
; A/ ....... RVith
ior off P
"iff?
tote lH
the M,ami
;., 5trve as pn*
2* the coming year, and
S gma Rho
will be vice presi-
Sol Proctor,
I v; Morty
urer; Joel
ity chair-
l et, St. Peters-
; and Sam
! jj Beach, ass.st-
. State AZA
[ ______
David P-TA Sets
Fall Meeting
; of Beth Da-
association
I Monday in
I :u:" wlth
' Max S I as guest
I f group's
I the meeting
I E. Safer, president,
i ,
I I be served.
ICH MIZ.RACHI PLAN
YEFIT FISH DINNER
n's Village
I ::; from the
I ner, spon-
: organiza-
I Beach. The din-
t the Beach Y
|t -7:30 p.m.
plate, an-
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""""w TI0NS OF AMERICA
Dime for Dream Slogan
Spurs Aged Home Drive
With the slogan, "A Dime
for a Dream," the Miami Wom-
en's Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged is raising
funds to aid in the construction
of an addition to the Home.
Booklets distributed by the
Auxiliary will be filled with
dimes by Greater Miami fam-
ilies.
Additional booklets may be
obtained from Mrs. Murray J.
Schulman. 542 S. W. 13 st..
chairman of the campaign,
telephone 2-4957. President.
Mrs. Louis Herzog, and treas-
urer, Mrs. Harry Danziger of
the Auxiliary, are serving on
the campaign committee.
Construction of the addition
to the Home is now underway.
FOUR TO DEBATE Education Month Stresses
IPV Community Responsibility
Hoping to enroll 800 students, local religious schools will
begin registration Monday as the annual observance of National
Jewish Education Month opens.
Sponsored locally by the Bureau of Jewish Education, the
observance will begin Sunday and will culminate in the ob-
servance of Jewish Education Week from Oct. 8 to 15. Abraham
P. Gannes is director of BJE.
Destined to stimulate parents to give their children a religious
George .1 T Florida education. Jewish Education month also stresses the commu-
nity's responsibility in providing adeguate religious education
pn i di bati cilitii s.
chairman. Ai. Gn iter Miami's Jewish educa-
firmative will Wein- tioi ,1 program is guided by the
Ar" Bureau of Jewish Education
"T in AA i i Ji i |
Pi licy in I e is Just fied"
will e the lei ati.
e ol
B'nai B'rith, 8 15 T < daj eve-
ning at Elk's ; all, 9 N.W. Third
ave.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Jos-
eph S. Field will take place at 11
a.m. Sunday in the Graceland
Memorial cemetery. Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will officiate. Mrs. Fii Id,
25 S. E. First ave.. requi sts
friends to attend.
kli and
iv vitz and Elrj s> v. ill
cuss the negative a
A report on I B
state convention,
last weeki nd, w ill en by
Milton A. Fi ie man.
Adn ; sion is free to
part
: m i> inviti d.
MASADA REGION
ELECTS SHAPIRO
A monument to the menu ry of
the late Norman Bamberg will
be unveiled at 2 p.m. Sunday at
Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi liv-
ing Lehrman will officiate. Cor-
don Monument company is in
charge of arrangements. Friends
and relatives are requested to
attend.
The unveiling of a mi num< nt
to the memory of the late Wil-
liam Gompers will take place in
Mt. Nebo cemetery at 2 p.m.
Sunday. Mr. Gompers was the
brother of the late Samuel G
rs, the labor leader. Rabl i Col-
man A. Zwitman will officiate ai
the unveiling. Arrangements are
in charge of Sidney H. Palmer
of the Miami Monument Ci m-
pany. Friends and relatives are
requested to attend.
Bialolenki to Discuss
Palestine At Luncheon
Har Id G. Shapii in of
Miami Masada,
ond vice president : I
ti
ist Mi : ; aniza-
1 ion's first post ntion
hi Id in B Ala., last
weekend.
Appointed to 1
ernini w eri Chai les M
Id and Marvin Cooper of
Miami Beach.
An invitatii n extended by the
Miami dekgation ; hold the 1947
: : tion in Mia:
m animously arc pti d by the nil i
Soul lern states ol the region.
VETS GET RADIOS
Two radios sei ted to
the Nautilus veti ran.-' hospitaf
liated Hebrew and Sun-
Is are Beth David and
thi Miami Beach Jewish Center,
rvative; Schaarei Zcdek
(Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
T mplc Beth Sholom.
Temple Israel, reform.
and the Workmen's Circle Yid-
ish si in Miami and Miami
:
Hebrew and Sunday schools are
lependent of the BJE
by Beth Jacob, orthodox congre-
' "n.
Registration for Sunday
schools will take place after
Succolh, the bureau has an-
nounced. A goal of 1.500 Sun-
day school students has been
set for the 1946-47 term.
In the Sept. mber issue of its
iti "Jewish Education
! ;," the bureau states that
thi curricula of local schools are
id to provide a knowledge
f the idi als of the Bible, the
i eaning of the Sabbath and Jew-
-: festivals, customs and prac-
thi synagogue and Jewish
living, Hebrew language and lit-
ratine. Jewish life of other
ancls. Jewish history, the place
Palestine and its achieve-
v Bi
h War Vi I
this week by
post ni 330,
erans.
"A radii' in every room" at the
hospital is the goal of ;.: e p st.
according to Jerome Hecker,
project.
included is the his-
tory of the Jews in the United
States and their contributions to
the development of the country
md a study cf the harmony be-
tween Jewish and American
ideals.
Besides these religious school
programs, other educational fa-
cilities available to local resi-
dents include a teacher training
program, which will begin its
second year after Rosh Hashona
and a Central Hebrew high school
which opens Sept. 16. Both will
be under the direction of the
BJE.
Graduates of a number of local
religious schools will attend the
high sch< ol class.
Innovations this year in the
educational scene will be a
Sunday school to be opened by
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
group at the end of October, a
series of films on various Jew-
ish subjects to be shown by the
BJE for adults and a slate-wide
conference on Jewish education.
Children begin their Jewish
education at an early age in the
local area< Jewish content is of-
fered in the Town Y nursery
school program. A prc-schcol
kindergarten for children aged 3
to 5 will reopen at the Miami
:!. ach Jewish Center in October
and Temple Beth Sholom and
Beth David also plan to operate
kindergarten groups.
The Palestine situation will be
discussed by Andre Bialolenki.
former president of the Jackson-
ville Zionist district, at the week-
ly luncheon of the Miami Beach
district. Wednesday at the Na-
tional hotel.
Bialolenki is associate editor e.f
"The Week" magazine and a
radio commentator, author and
lecturer.
Jack D. Burris, acting president
of the Beach Zionist district, will
represent the district at the Zion-
ist Organization of America con-
vention in Atlantic City nexi
month.
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Miami 18, Florida, Friday, September 6, 194(1
ELLUL 10, 5706
Labor Tlk
l mis Series
The fifth and final program of
the Voice of Youth summer
forum scries will be hi Id at 8
p.m Sunday at the Miami Y.
With a program commemorat-
ing Labor day. the meeting will
feature an address by M. L. Ed-
wards, vice president of the
Florida State CIO council and
president of Local 500 of the Air
Transport Workers Union, CIO,
Miami. Mr. Edwards, who will
speak on "Labor Looks to Youth,"
replaces Charles Smolikoff, state
CIO director.
C irles M. Freefield, executive
secretary of Miami Beach Zionist
council, will preside as chairman
e program which will also
SEPTEMBER,
PAVID ano GOL/AT-N
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JEWISH EDUCATION
Nationwide observance of Jewish Education Month begins
September 8th. The subject of education will receive special
attention from press, radio, pulpit and school.
Education covers a broad field and never has there been a include a recording of the life of
, _ii ..~a Samuel Compels, founder of the
period when its need has been so vividly portrayed. v y rf L and ;| m()tJon pR.tur(,
Education brings understanding, providing the channel depicting labor unionism.
through which to eliminate hatred, bigotry and ill-will. Jewish J0~yer "- *
education in this country must be emphasized as the United groups of Greater Miami, includ-
_ ,, __i___,u j. ing the Anti-Defamation league,
States is the only remaining stronghold left to replace the de- ^ ^.^ Y(u(h 0lganizall()n
stroyed European center of learning. Th strength of Jewish Bureau of Jewish Education,
..,,,, u--u A^rmnA* Vio Zionist Youth commission and
life in this country is the bulwark upon which depends the ^ M| ^^ ^ R< ^ ylg
remnant of European Jewry and the future hopes for Palestine.
In our own community a start for an organized program First Jewish Refugees
of Jewish education was instituted several years ago. The (continued from pfc^i)
formation of the Bureau of Jewish Education with its Jewish follow within a short time.
library, youth and adult programs, added to the already exist- Jfax I.owenthal a former as-
12 r s sociate : Judge Julian Mack of
ing activities of Y's, religious groups and remaining organiza- New York, has arrived in Berlin
lions, lent impetus to the realization that much had to be done '" as ,,!lu' ,:"" P081 "' consultant
r in property and restitution mat-
for a thriving and growing community already sorely neglected, ters In the office of the American
Progress in the field of education is hard to measure. No military government. Lowenthal,
who will be a member of the
set yardstick can be applied to denote results. Jewish Education staff of Cen. Lucius Clay, deputy
Month should provide opportunity for further analysis of just military govtrnor, will help
write and enforce the restitution
laws which are currently being
drawn up by German provincial
authorities and the AMG in Stutt-
gart.
The Italian government has
tentatively rejected the United
States request that it give shelter
to 25.000 Jewish refugees now in
camps m Austria, it was learmd
at the State department in Wash-
ington this week. It is believed
how much is being done compared with the gigantic educating
task yet to be accomplished.
Pennsylvania Airs
Klan Actions
DELEGATES REPORT
ON PEACE PARLEY
PARIS (JTA T: ( delegations
eli ven central Jewish organi-
zations now in Paris in connec-
tion with the peace conference
PHILADELPHIA tJTAiGov.
Edward Martin this week 01
t
K
vania. I n ent reads:
Th< governor'.- action followed "Tl representative of leading
i ceipt of a letter from Justice IJewish organizations conferred
,. c. u i i ,l xi daily with meii.b rs of the va-
Meier Ste.nbnnk of the New
.award Aiaitin tnis week ordered .................. tr-it Riiti-h nicUiirn on th,. Itol
.. ,, have issued a joint statement to l onwn pressure on the itai-
he state polic. t< investigate Ku p](.ss Q, t:,.(U. efforts t p]u_ urns was responsible for the un-
Clux Klan activities in Pennsyl-Jtect Jewish rights. The state- favrable answer.
rhi State department has re-
'.' accept the Italian re-
jection as final and will continue
, 0f ,h(. va. '" negotiate until an agreement
riou ov ni enl delegations of ca" ? reachd, it was emphasized.
York State Supreme court who, | th(. 2\ countries participatu.g in L ,'r ,h< P'"PosaI made by
as chairman of the board of di- the peace conferenci with regard lne United States, Italy would
rectors of the Anti-Defamation t" the proposals submitted by nt haveto assume any financial
league of IVnai B'rith. asked him them restitution, indemnifica- ?PM*|'">' f'. the displaced
"to direct the investigative and ft0" a.nd "'""""" human ,^. Jd''u'it''U^RA wouid
prosecutory forces of e state of ; tor '"elusion into RA would
Pennsylvania to proceed immedi-
ately against the Ku Klux Klan.''
Judge Stcinbrink brought to
Governor Martin's attention "an
Open Letter to the Public" from
the Franklin County Klan of
Chambersburg, Pa., which ap-
peared on Aug. 23 as an adv< r-
tisement in a Chambersburg daily
newspaper, "Public Opinion." He
charged that the Franklin County
Klan was inciting race hatred by
falsely claiming in the advertise-
ment that "if the Negro gets his
vote, they will turn quickly on
those who held them down."
of thi peaci treaties. supply and administer the camps
"The Jewish representatives '' Bari and Mi,;'n- which are at
urged the governments to include i'"'1" unoccupied.
provisions for the i xtension and
implementation of fundamental
find' ms and to r< dress the
wrongs of the past in ordei to
enabl Jews from enemy coun-
tries to live in peace and secur-
ity, and to preserve their relig-
Cyprus Labor Group
Protests Immigration
JERUSALEM (JTA)A protest
1 British "dumping" of
lews on the island of Cvurus was
mis and cultural entity Virtu- formally lodged this week in a
ally every government delegati. n
was approached.
"A coordinating l ody of rep-
resentatives of th( ii aji : .1
izations was torn ed for
continuing the
Klan and the German-Ami rican ,u
t, j .. Ilo the attention o i in Up ak the
Bund, it was reported this week. '
The report said that he specific-
ally asked that John O. Rogge,
formir assistant attorney gen-
eral, be named to head the in-
vestigation and that the FBI co-
operate.
800 INTERNED JEWS
GO ON HUNGER STRIKE
JERUSALEM (JTA) More
than 800 Jews detained at the
Raffa detention camp this week
went on a 36-hour hunger strike
in protest against the delay in
screening and releasing them.
urgency ol the Jewish req i I
Sentence Commuted
JERUSALEM (JTA) T.>, r.
tence of death imposed upon 18
Jewish youths convict d in par-
ticipating in a raid on the Haifa
railway yards June 17 was this
week commuted to life imprison-
ment by Gen. Sir Evelyn Barker.
military commander in Palestine
At the same time j( -,....,. .,, .
nounced that the death ei lenco
had be', n imposed on
youth, Menahem Alkalay charg-
ed with the same offens, as the
others, but tried separate ly.
memorandum from the Cyprus
Federation of Labor to the Brit-
vernor objecting to "per-
....... : temporary settlement
'I -I'ws in Cyprus" on the
that such a policy may
affect the island's fi od supplies.
M anwl lie, the deportation
Empire Heywood, which left
Haifa aftei being delayed a week
bv sal ol ige, arrived at Fama-
i ta and began disi mbarking
800 visaless immigrants, includ-
ing 370 men, 219 women and 11
" ildn r The landings were or-
derly and no guard- were pres-
' i wl i'm tl e deportees were es-
' I from the dock to the de-
ti ntion camp.
Shaw Quits Palestine
JERUSALEMSir John
Shaw, chief secretary of the
Palestine government, is leav-
ing Palestine shortly on pro-
motion to a new appointment,
it was announced.
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TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE"
(Copyright. 1946. Seven Arts Feat,.re Syndic.t.l
-----------------------------------By PHINEAS J. BIRON-l!!!!
HITLER OVER AMERICA
The press did not pay sufficient
attention to a study directed by
Arnold Forster, national director
of the legal department for the
anti- Defamation league. This
study was basid on an analysis
of 15 German language newspa-
pers in this country. .
Forster says that "the major
portion of the German press in
Anu rica maintains that fascism
has been more prevalent in the
Roosevelt administration and
Truman administration than in
Hitlerite Germany" .
The Detroiter Abendpost for in-
stance published only recently
sch choice items as "The Attor-
ney General of New York Nath-
aniel L. Goldstein, requests that
the state privileges of the Ku
Klux Klan be taken away. .
If we were named 'Nathaniel
L. Goldstein' we would do exact-
ly the same" .
Another typical item reads "In
a newspaper we saw a picture
from Paris 'Secretary Byrnes and
his advisor, Ben Cohen' this
explains a lot of our so-called
"foreign policy" We agree ful-
ly with Arnold Forster that "De-
mocracy, world peace, and the U.
S. Government are today once
again taking a beating in the
pages of the Germa#-Amcrican
press" .
MAN OF THE WEEK
Herbert A. Kent, president of
the P. Lorrillard Tobacco com-
pany is a one man inter-faith or-
ganization in action. We hap-
pened to run across a trade paper
called "Retailer's Guide," in
which we read that Mr. Kent is
one of the pillars^ of the Tobacco
and Allid Trade division of the
United Jewish Appeal that
division pledged $500,000 toward
the 35 million dollar quota for
Greater New York. .
Kent not only contributed
handsomely but pledged his full
cooperation. Few people know
that the same Mr. Kent has for
many years been a liberal con-
tributor to and an iffective work-
er on behalf of the Federation of
Jewish Charities. Men like
Kent give hope for a better day
in interfaith relations. .
MISCELLANEOUS
The American Jewish Labor
council ii to be congratulated
for sponsoring a two hour stop-
page of the dry goods industry
in New York lo protest against
British military terror ijn
the Jewish people in
tine. .
The | the Pnstm
Gem ral us that :tca
intern re .. th the
mailing by thi Protestant
Veh i : United SI
Inc., 121; A Connecticut
Washington, D.C. Post a
regulal 01 permit I
of ant; Si long as
"outsidi i : apper of;
matti r i fn of "scurrilous
defamati i.
The III i '. Committee of
tional Li ition will gain
strength fi m James Roose
the new i idi r.t ol the
fornia .; r of the An
Leagu. : Free Palestaj
James, el on of the late
dent, is taking .".is new duty'
seriously. 1):. Josl
man's boi k "Peaci of MM
compilii rrific sales reo
. We acl i( ved a perfect
of mine slumber-
reading a ; -1-"
ATTENTION: EDITORS
PUBLISHERS
Rabbi Robert Gordis of
Rockawav Park Hebrew Co:
gation is I back from an*
seas survey mission to the
fie and A areas on W
,f the Sei : War "*
et.nv ol N .. In the
if his trip he was cnteru
it the homes of General B
-hur. General Eidielbetf.
mander of the Army o o
tion in Japan, General W
Smith .1 H. *-aii and Rear
miral Pownell, Goverw*
3uam..,We suggesting
orising i ";(l ,prJartia
md perhaps a book ba*do]
observations, '"P1'"0"1^,
s, Hen isapo>I
Gordis isa'
onelusioi
best sellc C
writer.
EX-MUFTI SHUNNED
_ An
m
that
JERUSALEM
statement declaring
British governmer.i ^
Prepared to ***!&
of Jerusalem to 1M J
on Palestine which J ^
in London on bepi. ^
livered this week BJ p>
tine High com^J
Arab Higher cornm."


IV.
SEPTEMBER^^!!!
vJenisti tkricfiag?
PAGE FIVE
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Makes Hay Fever Days
[thing to Sneeze At
ber a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of
r^lack A Rudolph, allergy specialist, offers the
*ason is nothing to be sneezed at.
aA l h recently discharged from the U. S. Army med-
th the rank of major, has been studying the causes
'^ "headaches, sneezing and other allergies since 1928
P*~J dijector of the Asthma and Hay Fever clinic in
nd'^'AVhat You Don't Know MAY Hurt You" and
, practical Application," he has opened temporary
la offices at 541 Lincoln rd. His
permanent office will soon be
opened in the Lincoln building.
Former chief of the allergy sec-
tion at Oliver General hospital
in Atlanta, Ga., Dr. Rudolph is
listed in the medical section of
the Biographical Encyclopedia of
the World as a charter member
of the American College of Al-
lergists.
Associated with a number of
hospitals during his career, Dr.
Rudolph is a diplomat in inter-
nal medicine, certified by the
American Board of Internal
Medicine and a Fellow of the
American Academy of Allergy.
He is "known as a pionec r in
th's field, having been working
with aliorgi-s botn as a hobby
and as a job for 15 years," ac-
cording to an article recently
published by the Atlanta Journal.
A native of Ohio, he is now
awaiting the completion of his
home in southwest Miami. Tem-
porarily, Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph
and their two son* are living at
the Bancroft hotel. Their older
son, Burton, will enter the Uni-
versity of Miami in October.
Beth Jacob Registers
For Religious School
Registration of students for
the Beth Jacob daily religious
school will begin at 10 a.m. Sun
day, it was announced tl
_ Classes during th, month of
September will be devoted prim-
arily to the preparation of child-
ren for a knowledge ol and par-
ticipation in the High Holy days.
The school curriculum include.-.
a study of reading, writing and
knowledge of the Hebn lan-
guages and th
I us. Jewi history, vs ;,nd
customs and the Bible in its orig-
inal form and commi ntaries are
! featured in the higher grades.
BEACH LODGE VOTES
WIDER SCOPE FUND
B'nai B'rith's wider scope pro-
gram will receive a substantial
contribution from the Miami
Beach lodge, it was announced
this week.
=
The lodge voted Tuesday eve-
ning to contribute from its treas-
ury an amount equal to one dol-
lar per member to the program.
The decision followed an ap-
peal made by Henry Monsky,
national president.
B'NAI B'RITH CHAPTER
SLATES FOLK DANCING

OR. RUDOLPH
ER TO OPEN
' AT BEACH SOON
lew kosher butcher shop
[opened by Hyman Jacobs
Collins ave. m the near
I Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
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iad Hakashruir.. announc-
week. The shop will
loder the supervision of
kiln Miami Vaad.
wry of Worcester, Mass.,
Iras vice pri i ident of the
pood of C ngregations
[director of the Congrega-
Ichaarei Torah there.
Ishop will ';'. located in
food store.
il)ST BROS. Rvr
Ij-thc itSTf
Folk dancing will highlight
the social evening planned by
the Emma Lazarus chapter, B'
IB'rith Women, Tuesday at
Beach Y. Mrs. Edith Pi lansky
will direct the program.
The public is invited to atl
'the meeting which will start at
8:30 p.m.
ANNOUNCE LUNCHEON
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A luncheon meeting at Victor's
Drum will inaugurale Ihe fall
program of Ihe Miami B'nai
B'rith Women Tuesday Sept. 17.
Mrs. Tina Katz is in charge of
arrangements. Reservations are
priced at lwo dollars, including
tip.
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day Night, September 21.
1:00 A.M.
ADMISSION FREE
Tickets may be purchased
at New Synagogue, 935
Euclid Ave., or at Syna-
gogue, Euclid and 6ih
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PAGE SIX
STATE CONVENTION
SCORES BRITAIN
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Labor day weekend of next year.
Other officers elected were
Jack Abbott, Miami Beach, first
vice president; Abe Gross, Talla-
hassee, Harry Moskowitz, Lake-
land, Milton Friedman, Miami,
and Louis Katz, Orlando, vice
presidents; Irving Hoffman, Hol-
lywood, secretary; Leonard
Kuppreman, treasurer, and Nat
Shorstein Jacksonville; Louis Os-
sinsky, Daytona Beach; Al Block,
Tallahassee, and Uman, trustees.
Women Elect
Mrs. Louis Goldman, Daytona
Beach, past first vice president,
was elected president of the
women's group, succeeding Mrs.
Sam H. Goldman, Miami.
Edward Grusd, Washington.
editor of the National Jewish
Monthly, was the principal sp* ak-
er at tlic banquet held at the
Tampa Terrace Sunday evening.
Grusd said that the British ac-
tions in Palestine had violated
the Balfour declaration guaran-
teeing a homeland in Palestini-
an! asked that Europe's 1,250.000
homeless Ji\vs be allowed to en-
ter Pah stine.
R< cipients of scrolls of appreci-
ation were presented to George
.1. Talianoff, Miami, regional di-
rcctor of the Anti-Defamation
league; Morris H. Whitten, Jack-
sonville, fur activities with the
Hillel (youth foundation), and
Harold Turk. Miami Beat:'., .-late
B'nai B'rith membership chair-
man.
!) er B'nai B'rith wormn of-
ficers elected were Mrs. Barney
J. Cohen, Orlando, first vice
president: Mrs. William Black,
Lakeland, second vice president;
Mrs. Jack Kapncr. West Palm
Hi ach, third vice president; Mrs.
Frank V. Bayer. West Palm
Bi ach, secretary; Mrs. Irving
Hoffman, Hollywood, treasurer;
Mrs Sam Goldman, Miami, coun-
selor; Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, Mi-
ami Beach, parliamentarian, and
Mrs. M. Becker, Jacksonville, his-
torian.
Kapr.cr said that the fedt ration
will map its plans for the year at
its first executive session which
will probably be called in Octo-
bi r. IT said that mam emphasis
will eontinue to he in the youth.
gram.
PUBLIC NOTICE!
WE CANNOT AS-
SUME RESPONSI-
BILITY FOR CUS-
T O M E R S LEFT
OVER 30 DAYS1
EMMN
3fiitf**tt
1149 N. MIAMI AVE. J
tUaml'i t-mvrr Fun floou
* Jewishncridte_
FRIDAY
MRS. FONOROFF
U. S. Gives Its Support
To Transjordan Claim
WASHINGTON (JTA)Amer-
ican support for the admission of
Transjordan to United Nations
membership is based on this gov-
ernment's adherence to the U.N.
charter and the belief that all
countries should become mem-
bers, it was explained this week
by state (l. partment circles.
Individual relations between
nations are not considered as a
criterion for judging U.N. mem-
bership applicatii ns, it was said
The non-recognition by the U. S.
of Transjordan is a separate mat-
ter altogether, according to the
State department. Since this
country subscribes to the U.N.
charter setting forth certain con-
ditions and rules for membership
admission. th< relations of the
United States with a given state
have r* thing to do with our po-
sition on applications ^or joining
the U.N., it was pointed out.
for RBtT
CONVALESCENd
-jCmkomcCasbi
'un-Ray Park
'esort
Miss Kendel Says Vows
In Double Ring Service
Miss Ruth Kendel and Allen
Fonoroff were married in the
Shelborne hotel chapel Sunday
afternoon. Rabbi Max Shap.ro of-
ficiated at the double ring scrv-
A wedding supper and recep-
tion followed at the hotel with
,he bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kendel, 334 20 st Miami
Beach, as hosts. Mr. Fonoroff is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
F( nor..It of Washington, D.C.
Bernard Fonoroff. Chicago, was
b st man for his brother; Mrs.
David Roller, cousin of the bride,
was matron of honor, and David
Roller and Marvin Englander
were ushers. Mrs. Esther Tol-
mach kept the bride's book at
the receptii n.
Among the out-of-town guests
were the bride's grandmother,
Mrs. Edith Cohen, Philadelphia;
an aunt, Mrs. Barney Magcn.
Brooklyn, and Mrs. Leisel Fish-
grund\ New York, a cousin of
the bridegroom.
After a honeymoon in the Caro-
lina iii' untains and New York,
the couple will go to Chapel Hill.
N.C.. where Mr. Fonoroff will en-
ter law school at the University
of North Carolina. Prior to en-
tering service, he was a student
at George Washington univc r.-ity.
Hi- spent one of his thrie and a
hall" years in" the Army in the
European theater.
The bride attended the Uni-
versity i I North Carolina and the
University of Miami.
KADIMAH CHAPTER
TO DRAMATIZE POEM
"Behold the Jew," written by
British Poet Ada Jackson, will be
dramatized by the Kadimah
chapter of the Pioneer Women's
Organization for Palestine at the
first meiting of this year at Beth
David, 8 p.m. Thursday.
Program brochures for 1946-47
will be given to all members at-
tending this reunion meeting.
This calendar of events includes
cultural, social and fund-raising
activities keyed to Zionist ideals
of the group.
Mrs. Fay Colton has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Sun-
shine committee.
Polish Jews Mobilize
WARSAW (JTA)The Polish
government has granted permis-
sion to Jewish communities
throughout the country to or-
ganize their own self-defense
units for the purpose of resisting
anti-Semitic terrorism which is
k> eping the Jewish population in
a state of constant panic.
SEPTET
Beach AICB^T,
he' !each Wome* i
Wlllbe held 1:30 ^ .
at the CadilUc hotel, ^
ave.
Plans for ihe .,
will be discussed JL'
chairman will be 4J?
Mrs. Louis Glasser, J^
TO HOLDLuSg
w';-'My lunSoffc,
Beach B'nai B'rith
h<' '"|'1 at Al's iu
ruesday at 12:15 p.m .
Harold Turk, chairni
The program will in*
address by a Eucsl spT
members of thP Beachi
lorn groups arc inviud
tend.
MIAMI W.FLACLCR .,. 10"COU*T FLORIDA
TOP SOIL
4-0335
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and PROCESSED MUCK
and MARL. Any Mixture
No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
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Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
Wagner's Kosher Delicatessen & Restaurant
1425 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
STEAKS and CHOPS A LA CARTE
HEBREW NATIONAL PRODUCTS
PHONE 58-9357
The
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146 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
CATERING FOR CONVENTIONS, PARTIES. SOCIAL
AND RELIGIOUS FUNCTIONS
Reservations at Special Rates
Are Now Being Accepted
for the
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PHONE 5-3189
For Information
Swiss Okay Congress
PARIS (JTA)The Swiss gov-
ernment has given its consent to
the holding of the 22nd World
Zionist Congress at Basle in No-
vember, it was learned this week.
A small committee of experts
who will handle the technical and
organizational details of the Con-
gress will miet in Paris this
i week.
"Pioneers Since lSlfl
UiilTlt
^0 rr.~:m
Awning cc
1396 N.W. 36th i
Awning Pricl
May Increal
While we still
large supply of mats
a shortage is india
Better order before pd
advance. We store\
til needed.
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CHAIRS & TABLEj
FOR RENT
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septeMber
6, 1946
*Jenisii fhrSdiiian
nms Veteran
g Florman,
Renay of
Hair'1'1
iter of *
and New York,
her marriage
k, rman, son
Beach
,. 29 fr
'paul Bee
Louis Bcckei-
Aui
rtin
and Mrs.
f Miam' Beach.
th Sholom. Only mem-
was
m
i

MR5. BECKERMAN
families
|0( the immedaate
lends witnessed
dins which was followed
I suppa at the Clover Club.
. m ducated in New
-where she completed Stu-
fai Packard finishing school.
[husband, a former Miami
ischoil student, was gradu-
from Atlantic City high
e served with
|A;:-'. ail (nips.
will
Lester Franks Return
From Cuban Honeymoon
Dr. and Mrs. Li gter H. Frank
are at home at 1455 Washington
ave., following their July 4 mar-
riage and a trip to Havana.
The wedding took place in the
Macfadden-Deauville hotil, with
Rabbi Colman Zwitman officiat-
ing. Mrs. David Frank was ma-
tron of honor for her sister-in-
law. The Misses Edith Cohen and
Annette Mirchin were brides-
maids; Mrs. Larry Gilbert,
bridesmatron.
David Frank served as best
man for his brother. Dr. Jerry
Flemin, Dr. Arthur Hirsh, Larry
Gilbert and Al Neustein were
ushers.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Karp. 420 15
st., Miami Beach. A member of
Nu Kappa Tau, she received her
BS degree from the University
of Miami.
Dr. Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Frank, 932 Tenth st.. Mi-
ami Beach, earned his DDS de-
gree from Northwestern univers-
ity. He also attended the Uni-
versity of Florida before enter-
ing the Army to si rve as an
infantry captain for 18 months
overseas.
PAGE SEVEN
MIAMI AJC PLANS
POST-HOLIDAY EVENTS
MRS. FRANK
SOLICITOR TO SPEAK
Robert R. Taylor, county soli-
citor, will be guest speaker at
the luncheon meeting of B'nai
B'rilh Sholem lodge 12:15 p.m.
today at the Downtown Club res-
taurant, Seybold bldg.
Book reviews, an installation
and a membership tea following
the High Holidays will be given
by the Women's Division, Miami
section of the American Jewish
Congress, Mrs. Joseph Fine,
president, reports.
Plans for the affairs were made
at the last board meeting, held at
the home of Mrs. Sidney Stepkin.
Continuation of the drive for
European clothing relief now in
progress was also discussed.
Chairman Mrs. Edda Beck an-
nounces that clothing donations
may be brought to Beth David
synagogue, headquarters for the
drive.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring io engage in
Lu ii'.-.s undei ill.- fictitious name ol
DANNY'S, at 374-76 N. W. :>th St..
Miami, Fla., intend* to register laid
ii.nu. with the Clerk of ihe Circuit
*" > i111 of bade County, Florida,
DANIEL KAI.I.I.N.
Sole Owner.
- 16-33-30 9/6-13
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BMCO FABRICS COMPANY OK MI-
AMI, at 19 N. W- 20th St., Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said name.
with the ai.rk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM GOLDBERG.
Sole Owner.
x/23-30 9/6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICES
make their
BAMBERGS SAY VOWS
AT RABBI'S HOME
In Miami Beach.
Ml INTERESTING
1ECIPE FOR THE
/(WISH HOME
!>:. HUN! MOMI >l'ifl*
Mrs. Leona Nagorski of New
York announces the marriage of
her daughter, Estell*, 321 N. W.
19 ave., to Harold Bamberg, son
of Mrs. Norman Bamberg, 825
Alton rd., and the late Mr. Bam-
berg.
The ceremony was held at the
home of Rabbi Colman Zwitman
Saturday evening. Henry Bam-
berg, the groom's brother was
best man.
The bride attended schools in
New York, and was graduated
from Queens college. Her hus-
band, who served three years as
an Army air corps lieutenant
overseas, is studying at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Upon their return from a trip
to Havana, the couple will reside
in Miami Beach.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned......ngaged In busi-
ness under the fietil I me of
CHIEF FROZEN FOOD STORES, at
j|s KverglH leu I "nm oui Miami
Hi ti h I lade County, Florida, and nt
1141-1143 West Klaglel Street, Miami.
Ii.nl.. County, Florida, and Intend to
register the fictitious name In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl of Dade County, Florida.
HEN LEVIN
SHIRLEY LEVIN
CHARLES ItHOMER
Sole i >\\
GEORGE CHERTKi IF
Attorney for A|i|ill< ants,
6-13-20.27 l" l
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I. A R LUNCHEONETTE, at 134 N.
i: 2nd Ave., Miami. Flu Intend to
register said name with the Cleric of
Ihe Circuit Courl of Dade Ctounty,
Florida.
RAYMOND RIFF
LILLIAN BRESSLER
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicants.
- '." a 6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 10721. Acts of 1941
File A-10189
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
M. Ilarklns, holder of County Tax
Certificates No. 20.10 and 403S. issued
Ihe Mil day of June, A.l>. 1944. lias
filed same in my office, and has
made application for I tax deed to bo
issued tiu-reon. Said Certificates em-
brace the following described prop-
erty, In the County of Dade, State of
Florida, to wit: _.
1/n 17, Mock 129, Miami Shores
Sect 6, B Sub., Flat Hook 10. Page ''.
In the County of Dade, State of Flor-
ida, as embraced In Certificate No.
'010 The assessment of said prop-
erty under the said Certificate issued
was in the name of S\ W. W.lsUlO .
Ix.t :t. Mock 2, Hibiscus Haee. .
Subdivision, Vlat Book 3, Page \Vt, in
the County of Dade. State of Florida.
,,s embraced In Certificate No. 4tus.
The assessment of said property under
Ihe said Certificate Issued was in the
name of Rae Somberg. ,
Unless said Certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the pr......rtj
described I herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday in the month
of October, AD. 1M6, which is the
7th day of October, A.D. MM.
Dated this 21st day of August. 1946.
!:. 1'.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk circuit Court.
Hy N. C. BTBRRETT, D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
8/23-30 9/6-13
Notice is hereby given that
riuerslgned, desiring to engage In
business unUei the fit litlous name oi
ROGERS IMPORTERS, at 33 N. Miami
Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intend to reg-
Istei said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Coui t ol Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN Hl'IHN
I ai; S. RUUIN
MAX R. SILVER,
Attornej I'M Petitioners.
- 16-23-36 9, 'i-lU
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl
the indersigncd, desiring to engage In
business undi r the fictitious name of
SI.IMS SERVICE STATION, at IT:.
N W. llili St., Intends t" register
said name Ith Ihe clerk of Ihe >'ii -
cull Court of Dad.' County. Florida.
WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN.
s i m ner.
- ::o : 6-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name ol
HARRY'S SANDWICH SHOP, al .2
N W 5th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intend
to reglstei said name with the Clerk
0f ,i. circuit Courl of Dade County.
P,0rWa- DAVID KEMELHAR
RAM i: COHEN
FRANK E SOLOMON,
Attornej for Applicants.
s, 16-23-36 9/6 13
NOTICE IS HEREBY
the undersigned, deslrlw
business under the i
GIVEN thai
to engage In
tloui nain
f
Tuna-Mato Sandwich Loaf
^ A New Milchig Recipe
I'Tuna-Mito-Loaf", is not only
|m*. milching recipe; it's a new
l It's even a new idea. But
it what you will, we urge the
ds of this publication to try
I "Tuna-Mato-meichel" for a
indy night supper, when you'd
* to make a big impression.
Tuni-Mito Sandwich Loaf
M cruiti from__
medium-sized loaf bread.
1 slice lengthwise about %>
thick. Hollow out center of
waving the side walls and
wm about fe.inch thick. Cut
Jjwol bread out of center parU
\nbint uith-.
]><* can tuna fish or salmon,
Jfamed and flaked
"ard-cooked eggs, chopped, '
ifaspoon celery salt
Jtaspoon grated onion /
aspoon pepper.
fes uiiA-1 PP"; k^
*l *condensed cream of lo.
in*!. r?' "diluted. i
Extur, TFll'1Centero( 'oaf with?
kw r" op and sides wit*
rd butter. Hak
W hot oven <3
P"" or UM||
Boat Ride to Feature
Dance Contests
A full moon has been guaran-
teed by Debbs chapter, B'nai
B'rith Young Women, for their
boatride Oct. 9. Rumba and jit-
terbug contests will be featured
at the affair which will be held
on the Showboat from 8:30 to 12
p.m. Tickets are $1.25 per per-
son, including tax.
Further information may
obtained from Miss Bernycc
danes, president.
Itl'STIN IMPORTING COMPANY (not
,,. ,s, N. E. Jth Si .Miami,
Kla intends lo register said name
With the Clerk of th. Circuit C.....t of
Dade County, Florida ,,.,.
PRANCES BROWN.
Bole Owner.
MAX" II SI1.VF.II,
attorney for Petitioner.
y 18-23-30 '.' 6-1S
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE is hereby given that Henry
F Sterner, holder as assignee of City
ol .Miami Tax Certificate Numbered
1634, dated tin- 5th day of June. A.L).
IS44, has filed said Certificate in m>
oil lee, and has made application for
tax d.e i t" Issue thereon In accord-
with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County, Florida,
lo-wlt:
Lot 1- Block 8, West End Park
Amended, flat Book ;, page 142. In
the Cltj of Miami, County of Dade.
State ..I Kim id.i.
The asse-sm. ni .if said property
under tin- Certificate issued was in tlu-'
nami of Unknown. Unless said Cer-
innate shall in redeemed aoeordlng
to law, tax dud will Issue thereon on
Ihe 1Mb day "t September, A.D. 1946.
Dated this lath day of August, A.D.
1946
(Circuit Court Seal)
];. B. LEATHERMAN.
il. ik "f Circuit Courl.
Dade County, Florida.
By N. C. STERIIETT, D.O.
. 16-23-3 B (-13
be
Ba-
NOTICE is HEREBY 01VEN thai
VOCR VAhET, al 1390 S W. 8th St.,
^"^Me'S^f^fc
' "ViK^MAN l^l i:
ELEANOR KAI-1 C-
^ilto'rn'ey'ior Applicants.
1103 Congress Bldg
8/16-23-30 9/6-1J______
name
I 'iiU! I
Two Miamians Train
Al Hechalutz Farm
e in a moder-
5' F.) for 20
'ghtly browned:
SlSu! JWciP* Ww) over
"Wundwwhlomi. Serves .'
ili Sauce --------1__^
f"'"wurfDa_ ~^
t tablespoons butter
E? (""" "eat. J
P ""1 bind-
^blespoons flour.
CP milk
^condensed
Two young Miamians, follow-
ing a desire to train for pioneer
work in Palestine, are now at
the Hechalutz Training Farm in
Cream Ridge, N.J.
Raphael Smulin, 1348 S.W.
Second St., a war veteran eft
Monday to join Sara Stadl.n,
1622 Michigan ave., Miami
Beach, and other young people
throughout the nation who will
be working on this project. Miss
Staldin has bien in New jersej
for several months.
i:n ikai.
Klagler Sue. t
Intends to reg
of
West
Miami, Florida, and
,,.,. ,! said fictitious
Sole Owner.
OEORQE CHERTKOF.
"Attorney ror Applicant.
16 23-30 9/2___________
NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VEN ths.1
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
iiess under the fictitious name i.i
EDITH ROYCE, at :'i Andalusia Ave-
nue, coral Cables, Florida, intends t"
register said name with the Clerk ol
th. circuit Court of Dude County,
''""'''' KldTH I. MAY.
Sole Owner.
MYERS, HE1MAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant
v 16-23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE 18 HEREBT (ilVKN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
smltl.KV CUT BHOI'PB at 1426-A
Washington Ave. Miami Reach. *la..
Intend to register said name wlthtne
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida. .....___
WILLIAM A. ROENBERQ
I'AULINE ROSENBERG
ISAAC JOFFE.
Vttorney for Applicants.
8-9-16-33-30 9/6 ________
i 11[.' Tl 11'-
iv THE I' '"'u'1'
UTII
I'ui: i
1N CHANCERY.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ovr a. BLAgc. fi
vs.
MARY !'
BLACK.
Defendant.
ii 'vi nue B
.mi. I>ela
TO WHOM IT MAY CON( ERN:
Tin. i- in advlBe thai the partnership
of Theodore H. Robinson and Home
L, Hough doing business under th<
name of Acme Exterminating Oo. (no
, is dissolved and that tl>e said
business will continue to be operated
,l,.,. s.,id fictitious name M afore-
L"id. i.....vldually by the unierslgmed.
THEODORE II. ROBINSON.
Dated: Miami, Florida. August 'Jth,
1946.
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for owner
1010 Biscayne liuilding.
Miami, Florida. *
. 9.K-23-30 9/6_________._______
in county judge's court
Dade; county, flouida
No. lilM
RE: Estate of HERMAN H. DLD-
NOT*6BUOF INTBNTION TO MAKE
Ar-r-LlCATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOT1QE is hereb) given that l have
iil.ii my final report and petition for
Fmul Discharge as Administratrix Of
ihe estate of MERMAN 11. DlSULOFJr,
ueceased; and that on the auth day oi
September, vi\h, will apply to tne
Honorable W. F. Blanton, Louniy
Juoge of Dade County. Florida lor
approval of said final report und ror
rmai discharge us Administratrix oi
Ihe estate ol Herman 11. Dedloff. de-
easeil. ., ...
Tills l'Jth day of August. 1S46.
CEDLIDA M. DEDLOFF
MAX R. .SILVER.
Attorney for Administratrix.
6/23-3U u/6-ia-:'u _________ ________
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiiuerslgned, desiring to engage ill
business under Ihe flelitous name of
A-/. SUPER SECRETARlALi 8BR-
VIOF., at 323 E. Flagler .Street. Miami.
Florida, intend to reglstei- said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
FRANCES ZW1BACK
OLUA ABERMAN
WALTER C. KOVNEIt
Attorney for Applicants
8/23-30 9/6-13-20 _______________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 173S7
In Re: Estate of HARRY CLOTT.
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Saul Estate: .
You, and each of you, ore hereby
,ml if ml and required to p.esent any
linns und demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HARRY CLOTT, deceased.
late of Miami Heach, Dndc County,
Florida, to th. Hon. W. V. HLANTON.
County Judge of Dade County, und
He the same in his office in the
iiiintc Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, Within eight calendar months
from I lie date of the first publication
thereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
int and to be sworn to and presented
is aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
LENA CLOTT.
AS Administratrix of the Estate
of HARRY CLOTT, Deceased.
First publication on August 16th.
1946.
UCRNKTT ROTH.
attorney for Administratrix.
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business groups, offering todgr
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Philadelphia Is Scene
Of Solomons' Wedding
At home at 925 Lenox ave.,
Miami Beach, are Leonard Solo-
mon and his bride of June 10. the
former Miss Carrol Bauer, daugh-
ter of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter
Bauer, Miami
Beach.
The cere-
mony, held at
Jefferson Ma-
nor in Phila-
delphia, was
followed by a
dinner there
and a recep-
tion at the
home of the
bridegroom's
Mr.
Judas
Philadelphia.
Mrs. Joy Wallich was matron
of honor for her sister and Sam
Solomon attended his brother.
After a honeymoon in New
York and Atlantic City, ;ne cou-
ple motored to Miami Beach.
Mrs. Solomon is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school. Her
husband attended Temple and
George Washington universities.
parents,
and Mrs.
Rabbinical Scholars among First Group of Polish Refugees to Arrive
In U. S. A. from Shanghai since End of War; Aided Here by USNA
Solomon,
Melvin Katz Marries On
Parents' Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Katz arc
now residing in their new home
2631 S. W. 27 st., following their
marriage Aug. 27 at Temple Is-
real.
Rabbi Colman Zwitman and
Dr. Jacob Kaplan performed the
ceremi ny which took placi on
the forty-first wedding anni-
versary of Mr. and Mrs. S. Katz,
parents of the groom. The bride
is the former Miss Betty L. taw,
daughter of David Letaw,
Herbert Katz. Greenville. S.C.,
was his brother's best man and
Mrs. Sidni y Beskind, sister of
the bride, was matron of honor.
A wedding breakfast at the Ver-
sailles hotel followed the cere-
mony.
Mrs. Katz was graduated from
high school in Miami and attend-
ed the University of Miami. Mr.
Katz was a student in North
Carolina before entering the
Navy for overseas duty.
Rabbi Irving ,
Rel'9'n Alum* u,
Majority of first large croup "f rcfxiiire* lo reach
U. S. A. from Shanghai since end of war were rabbit
and ralibiniriil Indent* on their way to American ana
Canadian Yeshiva*. Acting for United Service for New
American*, San Francisco Committee for Service lo
Emigres provided complete reception care for the
143 Jewish newcomer* on arrival from Chinese sea-
Sort where they had been stranded after fleeing
olish seminaries to escape Nazi persecution. Among
those who proceeded to New York in L'SNA-ehartered
Pullman'wtrc 26 rabbinical scholars, including six
shown above with wife of one of them (front row)
and welcoming representatives of I nl>.>vii lu-r Yeshiva
in llronklyn. which cooperated with USNA in project.
USNA also paid transportation and expenses in U. S.
for non-rabbinieal immigrants coming from Shanghai
to join Amrriran relatives. Program of USNA, combin-
ing National Refugee Service and National Service
to Foreign Born of National Council of Jewish
Women, is supported by SI00.000.000 campaign erf
United Jewish Appeal for 1946.
ENTERTAINS SORORS
Mrs. Leonard H. Jacobson,
4523 Royal Palm ave., entertain-
ed a gnup of her sorority sisters
in her home yesterday with an
informal sound movie party.
Those members of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi present were Miss Min-
del Warfield, Miss Gloria Bern-
stein, Miss Harriet Hart, Miss
Marjory Berman, Mrs. Arthur J.
England, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
and Mrs. David D. Pollack.
Holiday Tickets
Resi rvations of seats for the
High Holidays will begin at Beth
Jacob Sunday, according to Irv-
ing Gent t, secretary.
Members of the synagogue are
entitled to two seats without
charge. Additional tickets and
tickets for non-numbers are
SI2.50 each.
A committee will be at the
synagogue from 9:30 a.m. till
noon and from 5 to 9:30 p.m.
daily, during the morning hi urs
on Fnday. and aftei 8:30 p.m. on
Saturdays to mak< seating ar-
rangements.
Two Boys to Celebrate
Bar Mitzvas At Center
Two Bar Mitzvas will be cele-
brated during the Sabbath morn-
ing services at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center tomorrow.
The young boys who will be
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PLAIN TALK
. FROM ALFRED SEGAL-----------
presence
of all his brothers.
Lppcars
from
this that he
L ,n very good standing.
nPuted to have been the
of the Arabs.
I Zionist 1 met on Fifth
proved to be a rare one
I look with compassion
erring brother who
time In our
Wn recently Zionisto re-
Pneet around the same
Mtb anti-Zionists (Council
Lrican Judaism) who de-
0 join with them in a pro-
,ainst British action m the
'of keeping homeless Jews
Palestine. Such is the di-
! many a
who in his personal rela-
Ln be an agreeafcle char-
ISHMAEL REDEEMED
down Fifth street in our town when the inci-
L,as walking which j was taken into brotherly association
Lfell me in ^ ^ bgen regaraed a8 a kind of Ishmael
T ead about Ishmael in Genesis 16-12: "And he
TU ""V be a wild man; his hand will be against every
prv man's hand against him; and he shall dwell
every ,, ._ u-v.s."
sat with around the table.
Ishmael could even feel hope-
ful. Perhaps this Zionist on Fifth
street was representative of a
new, refreshing mind in Zion. I
knew him as one of the more ac-
tive Zionists in our town. Per-
haps Zion's mind was coming
along with the minds of the Ish-
maelites in Israel who have be-
lieved right along that the main
thing was to get into Palestine
as many Jews as the country
could sustain.
These outcasts from Zion de-
sired no national power for Is-
rael. They thought of Israel as
the meek idealist in the world of
arrogant nationalism, and why
should he, at his time of life, join
all the nationalistic irredentists
who make a lot of trouble in the
world because of land they lost
long ago?
No! They revered Palestine as
the cradle of their faith; they
gave their hopes and money for
Palestine to be a happy home for
the homeless of their people. That
was the bright goal of the Zion-
ists, until, in the recent years,
Zionist leaders began loudly to
proclaim a Jewish state in Pales-
tine.
Non-Political
I remember Zionism in my
youth. It was an idealism that
had nothing to do with politics.
Rather it had to do with growing
oranges and olives, with making
an arid country rich again, with
better health and cultural har-
vests. We hoped that many Jews
from Czarist Russia and Poland
could find homes there.
American nationality was
enough for the Zionists of the
time of my youth. When a non-
Jew asked them "what's your na-
tionality?" they were quick to
reply, "why, I'm an American."
They couldn't conceive of being
identified with any other nation-
ality.
Yes, it was like old times to be
accepted into the fold of rational
Zionism by this good Zionist on
Fifth street. It suggested that
Zionists may have begun to doubt
the dogmas of their church and
its leaders. I hoped so anyway.
I could hope for new leaders
arising to say: "The only thing
that matters is that we find
homes in Palestine for these
homeless, stateless Jews. To de-
mand the political power in Pal-
estine is only to put off farther
the day of fulfillment for these
people.
"What folly in leaders who
wave the flag of Jewish national-
PROGRAM SUITED !Mark Max> First 0PA
Director Here, Dies at 74
Wen this Zionist approach-
[ith open arms and smil-
lrountenar.ee, my sins no
t felt so heavy upon me and,
by, at this moment, in this
| on Fifth stn et, I wasn't
1 among my brethren.
j talk was immediately of
tine ar.d what did I think
JUtest events? I am a man
Iretums kindness for kind-
md. grateful to this brother
raswilhr.B to give Ishmael
bk, I replied with gentle
[Mistake
lit hadn't beer, for you Zion-
|iingsin Pal' stin< might not
1 tad as they are," I said
|."Yoi!r.ade a terrible mis-
fcr so'" he n.-ked.
Whtal mistakethe way you
(asiz'-d your demand for a
state ir. Palestine in the
I V u antagonized the
| Arab nature is human
when it comes to the
I of being govi rned by new-
rs. By demanding a Jewish
|ycumade it hard even only
'""JJews to make a home
fcstuie. The homeless Jews
Ino reason to be thankful to
fomst leaders."
Sight of brotherly recogni-
I illuminated the Zionist's
l- "I agree with you!" he
med. He extended his hand
|wrm clasp. "I welcome
J us as a good Zionist" .
las for signini me up im-
ply in the local Zionist or-
tion.
|By part I could appreciate
M Zionist who had a mind
jown that refused to stand
F>- mistak. of Zionism's
I Zionism, bs I had been
go observe, had become like
1 "Marian church in which
A program of entertainment
Will be held for the r.
the Jewish Home for the Aged, at
7:30 p.m. Sunday, the di-
n i lion of Fred Holland, actii g
directoi of the Hon i.
The .-(fond in a B< i ies of
monthly entertainment evi nts,
the program will include
l ing of Amc rican mi 1 d
Miami USO group und
rection of Jack K in ad-
dress by Rabbi Murray Grauer
of the Miami Jewish Ortl
Congregation, folk i y Can-
tor Abraham Friedman of Beth
! David synagogue and a n
; of Jewish favorite, by Mrs. Gus
I Swartz, wife of the Hoi:
teet.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bear will
be hosts of the evening in honor
of their son, Harry, and his bride
of a week, the former Miss Sophia
Ginsburgh, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Ginsburgh.
Refreshments will be si rve I
I after the program.
Funeral services for Mark Max, first Dade county rationing
chairman and first price control officer for the OPA in Miami,
were held Monday afternoon in Gordon Funeral home chapel
with Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan, Colman A. Zwitman and Max
Shapiro officiating. Burial was in the family plot at Graceland
Memorial park.
Max died Friday night in his home, 150 S. E. Fourth St., at
the age of 74, after a life of community service.
A resident of Miami since 1930, .
Bdtrs
must n, faithfully
leparted from the
i Hne was a
fw to be chased out of the
" certainly, not to be
ism in Palestine in the face of
Arabs whose good will we need;
in order that our homeless may
find safe homes there. Which
will be served first: The political
power that some Jews desire or
these homeless brethren for whom
there should be a home at least
in the country which their pro-
phets and saints caused to be
called holy."
I thanked my Zionist friend for
his welcoming gesture and for
the revelation of his reasonable
mind.
(I have just been reading that
President Truman contemplates
asking the next Congress to ad-
mit more of the homeless Jews
to this country. That's an idea!
It has seemed hypocritical to ap-
peal to the generosity of the
Arabs in Palestine while we our-
selves were doing all we could
to keep away from these shores
the disinherited and the oppress-
ed. This country used to be
deeply proud of being a sanctu-
ary.)
Max became president of Mark's
Department store (now Richards)
when it was organized in 1932,
and servi d with the store until
1939 when he retired.
During the 30's he was a direc-
tor of the Miami Chamber of
mi. director of its indus-
trial division, U. S. Housing au-
I thority commissioner for this area
leader in the Dade County
Di fen e council,
A vice president of the Jew-
ish Welfare bureau (now the
Jewish Social Service bureau),
he was active in the administra-
tion of the Baron de Hirsch
loan fund.
After his retirement from busi-
ness, Max maintained his interest
[ in community activities. He was
nam td first administrator of ra-
tioning w iii n tire rationing was
organized in January. 1942. In
that capacity he organized and
headed the 20 county ration
boards.
When the Miami OPA was
opened in October, 1942, Max be-
came price control officer and
later was named Miami field
price executive. He was appoint-
ed price executive in charge of
enforcement of all price controls
in South Florida when the South
Florida district was created in
F. bi nary, 1945.
Max resigned as district price
executive in October, 1945, due
to ill health. He was the first
-1
MARK MAX
person in Florida to receive an
OPA citation for meritorious ser-
vice. The award was made in
November, 1942.
A member of Temple Israel,
Max was a Mason and an Elk.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Hannah Max; one son, Mark Max,
jr., Miami; two daughters, Mrs.
Lloyd Burns, Toronto, Canada,
and Mrs. William Pearlman,
Washington, D. C.
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10 OPEN MONDAY
In line with the most recent
findings of progressive education,
foreign language studies begin in
the first grade of the new White-
field school, 1550 Lenox ave.,
which will start classes Monday.
The school is a private institu-
tion with classes from the nurs-
ery through the twelfth grades,
Basic courses in aviation are of-
fered under the supervision of a
former naval air instructor.
Adult education courses, with
classes from 7 to 10 p.m., Mon-
day through Friday, include stu-
dies in the humanities and social
sciences, language, world history,
psychology and philosophy, The
tutoring for college regents
pre-entrance examinations
offered in the college prepara-
1 ry division. The curriculum
parallels that of the Dade County
IS aid of Public Instruction, pro-
viding also those courses which
arc meant to develop the individ-
ual creative talei t- as in creative
writing and i:-. voice study fol
I ige and radio.
A:. S. Bialoler.ki. M.A..
principal, was formerly proft .-
i f English and psychology at the
nville Junior college, and
news analyst for station WJHP
::; Jacksonville, Fla. He won
rds foi his v. ritings in fiction
Originator and direc-
tor of the Career-Makers radio
; gram, Professor Bailolenki re-
ation in England ;
and France. He also studied all
New York university, City Col-
: New York and the L'ni-
. i ;.' >.: F
H len S. Biololenki, dean, re-
ceived her degree in education
E ida State Colkge for
Women. She served as librarian
and elementary school teacher
for the Board of Public Instruc-
in Jacksonville.
A faculty of graduate, certified
ffers personal supervi-
at all times. The school pro-
transportati n and home
;ng services.
All i:lassi.- are eld outdoors.
T i : ill- I ly sessi n is from 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m., but students may
attend from 8:30 to 12:30 on the
half-day program.
Veterans of the Jewish Brigade plough the first furrow on their
own land in the newest all-veterans settlement Irgun Basra, in
the heart of the Sharon Plain, which, like other ex-soldier vil-
lages and cooperatives springing up throughout Palestine, is
re.-en ing financial assistance for its development from the tnitecl
Palestine Appeal cnrrentlv raising its funds through the United
Jewish AppeaPs S100,000,000 campaign. Irgun Basra will be a
cooperative village combining collective endeavor and marketing
with individual family life, and will base its productive acUvi-
ties both on agriculture and industry.
CHESS CHAMPIONS
RECEIVE AWARDS
Carl Eisinger, 12-year-old chess
pion of Miami Beach, was
ivk arded nors in the Fla-
mingo park bandshell last work.
He was seconded I y Marvin Pop-
kin, champion I thi checker
tournament.
Others who wi n awards in the
city ind chess finals
Jay Rand, Jerry Ma
sti in, Marvin Randell, senior di-
v Hanover. Marilyn
Bloom. Ala: Frank, Nancy Bak-
er. Rona F( x. junior division; and
Francis Grande, George Lewis.
Gordon Randell, midget division.
COL. ROOD RECEIVES
ARMY COMMENDATION
The Army commendation rib-
i on I a.- been awarded to Lt. Col.
an B. Rood, son of Mr. and
Mrs, M. Rood. 358 Meridian ave.,
Miami B. ach.
Col. Rood was battalion com-
1749th regiment at
Fort I-' wis. Washington, in 1945-
46, and was cited for his leader-
ship, direction of training and ef-
fu lent control of personml at this
post.
The citation included mention
of Col. Rood's exceptionally meri-
torii us service as assistant to the
an a engineer at Camp Shanks in
l:42-43.
UIA SURVEYS MIAMI AMvETS~Name Leaders
As part of a nationwide sur-
vey, a representative of Robert
R. X.,: iates, citing
mists, visited Miami n cent-
ly for the United Jewish A:
Purpose oi his visit was to ob-
tain ii. in which will help
the L'JA determini how la:.'
iti n it will m i k :: :n the
Greater Miami Jewish commun-
ity m xt year.
Nat Pollack has been elected
commander of the new Miami
I Post 11. AM VETS. Other
ot:icers are Arthur J. McQuinn,
senior vice commander: Sol Rad-
ler, junior vice commander; Hol-
gi', F. Johnston, adjutant; Rich-
ard Cahill, finance; Paul Edlo-
witz, chaplain; Lion Eisman, pro-
vost marshal and Stanley Zallis,
histi nan.
NEW YEAH GREETINGS UN THE
ROSH HASHONA EDITION
OF THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
are a tradition among Greater Miami Jewry. Greet
your friends and relatives through The Jewish Flo-
ridian's special New Year's greeting section.
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Trip To South America
Will Follow Wedding
The engagement of Miss Lila
Zeffert of Miami to Morty Poland
of Baltimore, Md., has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Zeffert.
Miss Zeffert was graduated
from Miami Beach High school,
attended the University of Mi-
ami, Columbia university and the
Julliard School of Music in New
York.
Her fiance, who received his
education in Maryland, was re-
cently discharged from the Army
with the rank of captain.
The couple will be married Oct.
26 at the Belvedere hotel in Bal-
timore and following a honey-
moon in South America will re-
side in Baltimore.
Miss Zeffert returned this week
from a visit in the north.
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their "significant contribution to
American Jewry's war effort,"
the Young Men's and Women's
Hebrew associations of Miami
and Miami Beach this week re-
ceived a two-color replica of the
joint citation awarded to the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare board by
the War and Navy departments.
The citation was signed by Rob-
ert P. Patterson, secretary of war,
and James Forrestal, secretary of
the Navy.
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Face Facts
By GtORGE j. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director, Anti-
Defamation League
A distinguished visitor to Mi-
ami recently was Adolph Kates,
newly elected president ot the
Maimonides lodge of B'nai B'rith,
Hav u .. Cuba
Do You Know Where
These People Are?
0

. .._,,h refuqee children In Budapest hold precious packages
c; a nt f- n. U.S. These welcotned gifts are a part of the
I ,, of the Agudath Israel Youth Council of America,
1 headquarter, at 113 West 42nd Street, New York City. The
*s a Guardian Sponsorship Plan, whereby American
rranoe for the support of youngsters like these for one year,
Wmjardian tponsor" receives a photograph and correspondence
VSm child "ao -Pted."
Palm Beach
MHS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
tig her appi"."h'nU mar-
lbs Rose Friedman was
ast Sunday at a luncheon
George Wa ington.

Moss, son of Mr. and
| Moss, has returned from
it

g business and pleas-
. Libby Metz, left re-
It i trip to New York.
fed Mrs. Irving Kapner
i save return1 d from a
| vxation.
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|L;.-.!: i. n of Mr.
I Ira May was held Sept.
|Mary's hospital. A re-
IfoQowed at Scher hall.
nt is the grandson of
Pip May and the late Mr.
Mrs. Ni ah Schocoff,
Lillian, and son Jackie,
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RY PRODUCTS
ST PALM BEACH
*-ICE CREAM
are back from a trip to Phila-
delphia and New York.

Arthur Sheir of Worcester. |
Mass., is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Sheir.

Plans for the Sept. 6 initiation
of new members of the B'nai
B'rith Stars were discussed at a
business meeting at the home of
Miss Hannah Blumberg last week.
Candidates for membership in-
clude Shirley Blumberg, Sarah
Auerbach, Helena Held, Ietta
Greenberg, Suesann Chasan and
Millicent Gruner.

Scoring seven runs in the third
inning. Temple Beth El won a
13-to-8 victory over Holy Trinity
Friday, completing its final rec-
ord in the church softball league
with four wins against three
losses.

B'nai B'rith Girls and B'nai
B'rith Stars held a joint meeting
at Scher hall Aug. 26.
Reports on the recent conven-
tion, held in Miami Beach, were
given by Barbara Kalmutz, Han-
nah Blumberg and Faye Canter.
Among the guests and prospec-
tive members who attended the
meeting were Helene Held, Doris
Blicher, Edith Pikclny, Selma
Stein, Suesann Chasan, Selma
Schiff, Paula Rosenthal, Sarah
Auerbach and Arlene Fried.
Informal discussions and re-
freshments concluded the eve-
ning.____
For 31 yea i, ril.
Mr. Kates' civic nd fraternal af-
filiations in Cuba read like a
stantial excerpt from V.
Who." He holds direi torships in
the Cuban Chamb r of. Com-
merce, the Cuban-American Al-
lied Relief and the Cuban Good
Neighbor foundation. A membei
of the Rotary International for 25
. he holds men bi p in the
renowned Havana Yacht club, the
Union club, the American Cham-
ber of Commerce, and the Cuban
Manufacturers' association, to
mention just a f( w of his com-
munal and civic activities.
Mr. Kates revealed a keen and
profound understanding of inter-
group relations in Cuba, no doubt
accounting for his election as vice
president of the committee on
public relations of the Cuban
Chamber of Commerce.
The area supervised by this
regional office of the league has
been expanded to include the
Caribbean area, in addition to
the state of Florida. My two hour
conference with Mr. Kates prov-
ed most fruitful in terms of the
league's future planning in the
Caribbean area.
Community relations problems
in Cuba are uniquely different
from those presented in the
States. For example, programs
geared for the G.I. and the vet-
eran would be inapplicable in
Cuba, since that country did not
engage in the recent war. Mi re-
over, in the field of intergroup
relations, characterizing the Cath-
olics as a minority group is. of
course, inaccurate, inasmuch as
the Catholics represent the larg-
est religious denominational
group in Cuba.
However, despite individual
differences, there still remain cer-
tain fundamental concepts of
wholesome human relation
which permit for the formulation
of comparable programs which
will engender good will and bet-
ter understanding among
groups in Cuba.
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In#bniattempt to looate Amer-
ican relatives of Europeans, the
Service to the Foreign Born de-
partment of the Miami section,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en has published the following
list:
Moses Gott Taylor is being
t by Mrs. Henry Schutz-
in.in, Budapest; Morris Enzer by
Gusta Weschler, Germany; Isaac
Gotlieb by Ana Marc, Bucarest;
Dr. Don Wallach by Kornelia
Wallach, Poland; Mr. Morris Fox
by Albert Hauber, Bucarest.
Rosa Kliot by Boris Kliot, Po-
Gertrude Lipiec-Krausz by
Friedrich Katscher, Austria; Ke-
siel and Mirriam Hclfman by
Widliansky, Austria; Joseph and
Isador Whol of Tampa by Rihera
Gn ipper, Switzerland.
A Utter has also been received
by the council seeking informa-
tion concerning Raphael Dzsia-
bozinsky.
Persons knowing any news
about these people are asked to
ict Mrs. Florence Finkclstein,
executive director, NCJW, 513
Congress building, Miami.
TRI BETA DIP-DANCE
A "moonlight cocktail" of
swimming and dancing will be
featured at the dip-dance spon-
sored by Tri Beta council of the
Miami Y Tuesday evening at the
Raleigh hotel from 8 to 12 p.m.
Admission will be one dollar
per person.
JDA TO ESTABLISH
NATIONAL COUNCIL
CHICAGO, (JTA)Creation of
a national council for the Joint
Defense Appeal was unanimously
adopted at a meeting of the JDA
national executive committee
held here last week. The meeting
was called for the purpose of hear-
ing latest developments in the
field of defense and to adopt
measures that would secure
greater cooperation among lead-
ers of welfare funds for the Joint
Defense Appeal.
It was decided to hold a na-
tional JDA conference this win-
ter. Speakers discussed domestic
defense work, community serv-
ice activities, the overseas pro-
gram, scientific research and
chapter activities of the American
Jewish committee.
Delegates from Jewish com-
munities throughout the country
hailed the establishment of the
national council as the first step
in setting up a comprehensive or-
ganization that would seek out
and find leadership for the Joint
Defense Appeal and would aid in
raising the annual JDA campaign
quotas needed to finance the de-
fense program of the American
Jewish committee and the Anti-
Defamation league. The 1946 cam-
paign of the Joint Defense Ap-
peal for $5,000,000 was reviewed.
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FRIDAY.
"Between You and Me'.
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
THE PALESTINE ISSUE:
Don't labor under the false im-
pression that the United States
is indifferent to the outcome of
the conference on Palestine which
the British government called .
This, despite the fact that the
State department refused to send
an observer to the conference
There will yet be plenty of ac-
tion on the part of the United
States on the Palestine issue
Even the most confirmed optim-
ists do not expect the conference
on Palestine to yield real results.
Thus, the U. S. government will
again be asked by Britain to lend
a hand in the solution of tin-
Palestine problem Especially
if the matter is brought b, fore
the General Assembly of the
United Nations.
As the situation now stands the
Zionists are just as unhappy over
the prospect of bringing the Pal-
estine case before the United Na-
tions as is the British govern-
ment The reason is simple:
It is becoming more and more ob- j
vious that the Soviet attitude at J
the United Nations will be that
Palestine must not become a
Jewish state, and not even a bi- |
national state What the
Soviets are likely to suggest is
that Palestine become an inde-
pendent state in which all the
inhabitants should have equal
rights.
This would suit the Arabs very |
well, but even the left-wir.fi
Hashomer Hatzair is opposed to
it And speaking of bi-nation-
alism, which the Hashomer Hatz-
air advocates very strongly, it
will be interesting for many hi re
to learn that Dr. J. L. Magi
the father" of the bi-national
idea, has done quite well during
his present visit to the United
States ... He avoided any pub- i
licity of his activities, but he !
succeeded in getting funds from
very important Jewish personali-
ties for his Ihud group.

THE DOMESTIC SCENE:
New York city is now embark-
ing on a campaign to combat
racial discrimination not only in
institutions of higher learning,
but also in utility companies,
banks and insurance companies.
A number of these companies are
being investigated with regard to
their whole employment policy.
The State Commission Against
Discrimination has processed
about 400 complaints, and settled
most of them satisfactorily by
elimination of unfair and unlaw-
ful employment practices .
Some large publishing houses
in New York have agreed to make
changes in books which they pub-
lished, after they had their atten-
tion drawn to the fact that some
passages in these bi oks are of-
fensive to Jews .
Bui the real prize of the
month for combatting anti-
Semitism goes to Philadelphia.
The city council there has
unanimously adopted a city or-
dinance providing penalties for
lhe distribution of anonymous
literature and material defam-
ing individuals or groups be-
cause of race or religion .
The penalties are fines up to
S100 or jail sentences up to 30
days .
The anti-Semitic groups who
threaten, d to oppose the measure
did not appear at any of the three
the city ( uncil
held pri( r to adopting the ordi-
nance .
c;, raid L K. Smith this week
came up with the "revelation"
that there is a "campaign" on to
., illion Ji ws from Europe
to the United States How and
where this alleged campai
being conducted is not indicated
,ii However, in the same
th he says that British For-
eign Minister Bevin was right in
ting that the reason Ameri-
can Jews want European Jews to
go to Pale-tine is because they
do not want them in the U
States .
*
THE NEW WORLD:
What kind of a world would
Lion Blum, the warm-hearted
Jewish i x-Premier of France, like
to see now'.' During his de-
tention in a Nazi concentration
camp he gave much thought to
the world which would emerge
after the war He now out-
lines his views in a book "For
All Mankind" just published by
the Viking Press The founda-
tions of the new world, he ad-
vise-, should be based on political
democracy ... He is convinced
that political democracy will
prove its worth and strengthen
its position by also becoming a
social democracy Together,
the national democracies of the
world will maintain an inti: na-
tional order that will complete
their structure and keep a bal-
ance between them .
How will Soviet Russia fit into
this picture? Blum thinks
that thi dem cratic world "is en-
titled to ask Russia that she shall
no longer maintain alien ele-
n ents within other nations" .
He also suggests that Russia no
toward other na-
IS if she. herself, were' alien
to them. He suggests that a con-
cordat be concluded laying down
rules for relations between Rus-
sia and the rest of the world .
!> .- that its provisions will
be fixed and enforcement assured
by the arbitration of the United
ns, of which Russia is a
meml er .
ted in the
solution of the Palestine prob-
1> ni. Blum do, r. : | .,-.. upon
this problem at all in I I ook.
N :' ll" I hi [< in any v. v to
the J.wish probl. m as a whole.
COUPLE PLANS HOME
IN LONG ISLAND
Miss Helen Denmark, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Denmark,
12351 N.W. Seventh ave., North
Miami, became the bride of Irv-
ing Canter of New York city last
Friday at the Shelborne hotel.
Only attendants were Miss
Ruth Hantman of Miami and Irv-
ing Denmark, brother of the
bridegroom.
At the reception and dinner
foll< wing the ceremony, out-of-
town guests included Miss Irene
Dale Martin and Sid Fisherman
New York city and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Landsky of Chicago.
After a wedding trip to Ha-
vana and Mexico, the couple will
live in Great Neck, Long Island.
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of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis K. Hoff-
man. Hollywood*, Fla., became the
bride of Harry Deitch, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Deitch, Colum-
bus, Ohio, in a ceremony Aug. 28
at the home of Rabbi Colman
Zwitman.
A wedding dinner at the Ver-
sailles hotel followed the mar-
riage rites. .
bride and her parents
came te) Hollywood from Mem-
phis. Tenn. Deitch, now in bus-
iness in Ceilumbus, was recently
disci arged from the Army after
serving in the transportation
o rps 0V( rseas.
Mr. and Mrs. Deitch will spend
a honeymoon in Miami Beach be-
fore returning to Columbus.
Student Actress Returns
Back fn in a summer engage-
ment with the Alviene academy
in Northport. Long Island, is
Miss Roslyn Rabin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rabin of 708
S. W. 19 ave., Miami.
Miss Rabin, who has taken the
stace name of Lynn Rabin, has
studied drama all her life. While
training with the Alviene com-
pany she held major parts in sev-
eral of the company"s Tivoli Play-
house productions.
A former student e>f Louisiana
State university. Miss Rabin, now
m her junior year at the Uni-
versity of Miami, is a member of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
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Miss Muriel Louise Gerstein,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Gerstein, 2321 S. W. 21 st., and
David Rosen, son of Mrs. Anna
Rosen, 1215 Meridian ave., Miami
Beach, will be married at 5 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 15, at the home of
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Miss Gerstein's sister, Marjorie,
will be maid of honor and Nor-
man Rosen, brother of the bride-
groom, will be best man. Only
the immediate families will be
present at the ceremony and din-
ner following the wedding at the
Shelborne hotel.
After her graduation from Mi-
ami High school, Miss Gerstein
attended the University of Mi-
ami. Mr. Rosen entered the Navy
immediately after he was gradu-
ated from Miami Beach High
school. He attended the Uni-
versities of Miami and North
Carolina, Notre Dame, and Har-
vard under the V-12 program.
Before his discharge, he was an
ensign on a troop transport in
the Pacific.
Following a honeymoon in
New York, the couple will reside
here while Mr. Rosen studies law
at the University of Miami.
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vice president; Helen Plotkin,
corresponding secretary;~ Eileen
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Harold Jacobs, treasurer.
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PAGE FOUR Jewish Flcrid/inn FRIDAY. ihJiiwMUEIlDJPidliigyn Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered aa Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, J. 1S. Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, $2.00; 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor VOLUME 19 NUMBKK M Miami 18, Florida, Friday, September 6, 194(1 ELLUL 10, 5706 Labor Tlk l mis Series The fifth and final program of the Voice of Youth summer forum scries will be hi Id at 8 p.m Sunday at the Miami Y. With a program commemorating Labor day. the meeting will feature an address by M. L. Edwards, vice president of the Florida State CIO council and president of Local 500 of the Air Transport Workers Union, CIO, Miami. Mr. Edwards, who will speak on "Labor Looks to Youth," replaces Charles Smolikoff, state CIO director. C irles M. Freefield, executive secretary of Miami Beach Zionist council, will preside as chairman e program which will also SEPTEMBER, PAVID ANO GOL/AT-N "V"** sTN %  JEWISH EDUCATION Nationwide observance of Jewish Education Month begins September 8th. The subject of education will receive special attention from press, radio, pulpit and school. Education covers a broad field and never has there been a include a recording of the life of _ii „..~A Samuel Compels, founder of the period when its need has been so vividly portrayed. v y rf L and ;| m()tJon pR tur( Education brings understanding, providing the channel depicting labor unionism. through which to eliminate hatred, bigotry and ill-will. Jewish J£ 0 ~ y er "£ %  £ *£ education in this country must be emphasized as the United groups of Greater Miami, includ_ ,, i_ u„ J. ing the Anti-Defamation league, States is the only remaining stronghold left to replace the de^ ^.^ Y(u(h 0lganizall()n stroyed European center of learning. Th£ strength of Jewish Bureau of Jewish Education, ..,,,, u--u A^rmnA* Vio Zionist Youth commission and life in this country is the bulwark upon which depends the ^ M| ^^ ^ R< ^ ylg remnant of European Jewry and the future hopes for Palestine. In our own community a start for an organized program First Jewish Refugees of Jewish education was instituted several years ago. The (CONTINUED FROM pfc^i) formation of the Bureau of Jewish Education with its Jewish follow within a short time. library, youth and adult programs, added to the already existJfax I.owenthal a former as12 r s sociate %  : Judge Julian Mack of ing activities of Y's, religious groups and remaining organizaNew York, has arrived in Berlin lions, lent impetus to the realization that much had to be done '" as ,,!lu ,: "" P 081 "' consultant r in property and restitution matfor a thriving and growing community already sorely neglected, ters In the office of the American Progress in the field of education is hard to measure. No military government. Lowenthal, who will be a member of the set yardstick can be applied to denote results. Jewish Education staff of Cen. Lucius Clay, deputy Month should provide opportunity for further analysis of just military govtrnor, will help write and enforce the restitution laws which are currently being drawn up by German provincial authorities and the AMG in Stuttgart. The Italian government has tentatively rejected the United States request that it give shelter to 25.000 Jewish refugees now in camps m Austria, it was learmd at the State department in Washington this week. It is believed how much is being done compared with the gigantic educating task yet to be accomplished. Pennsylvania Airs Klan Actions DELEGATES REPORT ON PEACE PARLEY PARIS (JTA T: ( delegations • eli ven central Jewish organizations now in Paris in connection with the peace conference PHILADELPHIA tJTAi—Gov. Edward Martin this week 01 t K vania. I n ent reads: Th< governor'.action followed "Tl • representative of leading i ceipt of a letter from Justice IJ e wish organizations conferred ,. c. u %  i i ,L xi daily with meii.b rs of the vaMeier Ste.nbnnk of the New .award Aiaitin tnis week ordered .......... tr-it Riiti-h nicUiirn on th,. Itol .. ,, have issued a joint statement to l onwn pressure on the itaihe state polic. t< investigate Ku p]( ss Q t: ,. (U efforts t p]u urns was responsible for the unClux Klan activities in Pennsyl-Jtect Jewish rights. The statefav rabl e answer. rhi State department has re'.' accept the Italian rejection as final and will continue 0 f h( va '" negotiate until an agreement riou ov ni enl delegations of ca ? reach d, it was emphasized. York State Supreme court who, | th( 2 \ countries participatu.g in L ,' r ,h< P'"PosaI made by as chairman of the board of dithe peace conferenci with regard lne United States, Italy would rectors of the Anti-Defamation t" the proposals submitted by n t haveto assume any financial league of IVnai B'rith. asked him them restitution, indemnifica" ?P M *|'">' f'. the displaced "to direct the investigative and ft 0 a nd "'""""" human ,^. J d 'u'it''U^RA wouid prosecutory forces of £e state of ; tor '"elusion into RA would Pennsylvania to proceed immediately against the Ku Klux Klan.'' Judge Stcinbrink brought to Governor Martin's attention "an Open Letter to the Public" from the Franklin County Klan of Chambersburg, Pa., which appeared on Aug. 23 as an adv< rtisement in a Chambersburg daily newspaper, "Public Opinion." He charged that the Franklin County Klan was inciting race hatred by falsely claiming in the advertisement that "if the Negro gets his vote, they will turn quickly on those who held them down." of thi peaci treaties. supply and administer the camps "The Jewish representatives '' Bari and Mi,; n which are at urged the governments to include i'" !" 1 unoccupied. provisions for the i xtension and implementation of fundamental find' ms and to r< dress the wrongs of the past in ordei to enabl Jews from enemy countries to live in peace and security, and to preserve their religCyprus Labor Group Protests Immigration JERUSALEM (JTA)—A protest 1 British "dumping" of •lews on the island of Cvurus was %  mis and cultural entity Virtuformally lodged this week in a ally every government delegati. n was approached. "A coordinating l ody of representatives of th( ii aji : .1 izations was torn ed for continuing the Klan and the German-Ami rican ,„ ,u T, j .. I l o the attention o i in UP ak the Bund, it was reported this week. The report said that he specifically asked that John O. Rogge, formir assistant attorney general, be named to head the investigation and that the FBI cooperate. 800 INTERNED JEWS GO ON HUNGER STRIKE JERUSALEM (JTA) — More than 800 Jews detained at the Raffa detention camp this week went on a 36-hour hunger strike in protest against the delay in screening and releasing them. urgency ol the Jewish req i I Sentence Commuted JERUSALEM (JTA) T.>, r. tence of death imposed upon 18 Jewish youths convict d in participating in a raid on the Haifa railway yards June 17 was this week commuted to life imprisonment by Gen. Sir Evelyn Barker. military commander in Palestine At the same time j( -,....,. .,, nounced that the death ei lenco had be', n imposed on youth, Menahem Alkalay charged with the same offens, as the others, but tried separate ly. memorandum from the Cyprus Federation of Labor to the Brit•vernor objecting to "per%  : temporary settlement 'I -I'ws in Cyprus" on the %  that such a policy may affect the island's fi od supplies. M anwl lie, the deportation Empire Heywood, which left Haifa aftei being delayed a week bv sal ol ige, arrived at Famai ta and began disi mbarking 800 visaless immigrants, including 370 men, 219 women and 11 ildn r The landings were orderly and no guardwere pres' i wl I'M tl e deportees were es' I from the dock to the deti ntion camp. Shaw Quits Palestine JERUSALEM— Sir John Shaw, chief secretary of the Palestine government, is leaving Palestine shortly on promotion to a new appointment, it was announced. H J n *w"'0* 1* > %  ANP ALt. / K^/VT YOU TO CO /s TC TAKt JUsr o/se. &r£/> SAc/ew/Hzps.../ %  TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE" (Copyright. 1946. Seven Arts Fe a t,.re Syndic.t.l -By PHINEAS J. BIRON-l!!!! HITLER OVER AMERICA The press did not pay sufficient attention to a study directed by Arnold Forster, national director of the legal department for the antiDefamation league. This study was basid on an analysis of 15 German language newspapers in this country. Forster says that "the major portion of the German press in Anu rica maintains that fascism has been more prevalent in the Roosevelt administration and Truman administration than in Hitlerite Germany" The Detroiter Abendpost for instance published only recently sch choice items as "The Attorney General of New York Nathaniel L. Goldstein, requests that the state privileges of the Ku Klux Klan be taken away. If we were named 'Nathaniel L. Goldstein' we would do exactly the same" Another typical item reads "In a newspaper we saw a picture from Paris 'Secretary Byrnes and his advisor, Ben Cohen' this explains a lot of our so-called "foreign policy" We agree fully with Arnold Forster that "Democracy, world peace, and the U. S. Government are today once again taking a beating in the pages of the Germa#-Amcrican press" MAN OF THE WEEK Herbert A. Kent, president of the P. Lorrillard Tobacco company is a one man inter-faith organization in action. We happened to run across a trade paper called "Retailer's Guide," in which we read that Mr. Kent is one of the pillars^ of the Tobacco and Allid Trade division of the United Jewish Appeal that division pledged $500,000 toward the 35 million dollar quota for Greater New York. Kent not only contributed handsomely but pledged his full cooperation. Few people know that the same Mr. Kent has for many years been a liberal contributor to and an iffective worker on behalf of the Federation of Jewish Charities. Men like Kent give hope for a better day in interfaith relations. MISCELLANEOUS The American Jewish Labor council ii to be congratulated for sponsoring a two hour stoppage of the dry goods industry in New York lo protest against British military terror ijn the Jewish people in tine. The | the Pnstm Gem ral us that :tca intern re .. th the mailing by thi Protestant Veh i : United SI Inc., 121; A Connecticut Washington, D.C. Post a regulal 01 permit I of ant; Si long as "outsidi i : apper of; matti r i fn of "scurrilous defamati i. The III i •'. Committee of tional Li ition will gain strength fi m James Roose the new i idi r.t ol the fornia ; r of the An Leagu. : Free Palestaj James, el on of the late dent, is taking .".is new duty' seriously. 1):. Josl man's boi k "Peaci of MM compilii rrific sales reo We acl i( ved a perfect of mine slumberreading a ; 1 -" %  • ATTENTION: EDITORS PUBLISHERS Rabbi Robert Gordis of Rockawav Park Hebrew Co: gation is I back from an* seas survey mission to the fie and A areas on W ,f the Sei : War "* %  et.nv ol N .. In the if his trip he was cnteru it the homes of General B -hur. General Eidielbetf. mander of the Army o o tion in Japan, General W Smith .1 H. *-aii and Rear miral Pownell, Goverw* 3uam..,We suggesting orising i •"; (l p r J artia md perhaps a book ba*do] observations, '"P 1 '" 0 1 ^, s Hen isapo>I Gordis is a •onelusioi best sellc C writer. • EX-MUFTI SHUNNED An m that JERUSALEM statement declaring British governmer.i ^ Prepared to **•*!& of Jerusalem to 1M %  J on Palestine which J ^ in London on bepi. ^ livered this week BJ p> tine High com^J Arab Higher cornm."



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PAGE SIX STATE CONVENTION SCORES BRITAIN (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Labor day weekend of next year. Other officers elected were Jack Abbott, Miami Beach, first vice president; Abe Gross, Tallahassee, Harry Moskowitz, Lakeland, Milton Friedman, Miami, and Louis Katz, Orlando, vice presidents; Irving Hoffman, Hollywood, secretary; Leonard Kuppreman, treasurer, and Nat Shorstein Jacksonville; Louis Ossinsky, Daytona Beach; Al Block, Tallahassee, and Uman, trustees. Women Elect Mrs. Louis Goldman, Daytona Beach, past first vice president, was elected president of the women's group, succeeding Mrs. Sam H. Goldman, Miami. Edward Grusd, Washington. editor of the National Jewish Monthly, was the principal sp* aker at tlic banquet held at the Tampa Terrace Sunday evening. Grusd said that the British actions in Palestine had violated the Balfour declaration guaranteeing a homeland in Palestinian! asked that Europe's 1,250.000 homeless Ji\vs be allowed to enter Pah stine. R< cipients of scrolls of appreciation were presented to George .1. Talianoff, Miami, regional dircctor of the Anti-Defamation league; Morris H. Whitten, Jacksonville, fur activities with the Hillel (youth foundation), and Harold Turk. Miami Beat:'., .-late B'nai B'rith membership chairman. !)• er B'nai B'rith wormn officers elected were Mrs. Barney J. Cohen, Orlando, first vice president: Mrs. William Black, Lakeland, second vice president; Mrs. Jack Kapncr. West Palm Hi ach, third vice president; Mrs. Frank V. Bayer. West Palm Bi ach, secretary; Mrs. Irving Hoffman, Hollywood, treasurer; Mrs Sam Goldman, Miami, counselor; Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, Miami Beach, parliamentarian, and Mrs. M. Becker, Jacksonville, historian. Kapr.cr said that the fedt ration will map its plans for the year at its first executive session which will probably be called in Octobi r. IT said that mam emphasis will eontinue to he in the youth. gram. PUBLIC NOTICE! WE CANNOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR CUST O M E R S LEFT OVER 30 DAYS1 EMMN 3fiitf**tt 1149 N. MIAMI AVE. J tUaml'i t-mvrr Fun floou Jewishncridte£_ FRIDAY MRS. FONOROFF U. S. Gives Its Support To Transjordan Claim WASHINGTON (JTA)—American support for the admission of Transjordan to United Nations membership is based on this government's adherence to the U.N. charter and the belief that all countries should become members, it was explained this week by state (l. partment circles. Individual relations between nations are not considered as a criterion for judging U.N. membership applicatii ns, it was said The non-recognition by the U. S. of Transjordan is a separate matter altogether, according to the State department. Since this country subscribes to the U.N. charter setting forth certain conditions and rules for membership admission. th< relations of the United States with a given state have r* thing to do with our position on applications ^or joining the U.N., it was pointed out. for RBtT CONVALESCENd -JCMKOMCCASBI 'un-Ray Park 'esort Miss Kendel Says Vows In Double Ring Service Miss Ruth Kendel and Allen Fonoroff were married in the Shelborne hotel chapel Sunday after noon. Rabbi Max Shap.ro officiated at the double ring scrvA wedding supper and reception followed at the hotel with ,he bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kendel, 334 20 st„ Miami Beach, as hosts. Mr. Fonoroff is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis F( nor..It of Washington, D.C. Bernard Fonoroff. Chicago, was b st man for his brother; Mrs. David Roller, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor, and David Roller and Marvin Englander were ushers. Mrs. Esther Tolmach kept the bride's book at the receptii n. Among the out-of-town guests were the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Edith Cohen, Philadelphia; an aunt, Mrs. Barney Magcn. Brooklyn, and Mrs. Leisel Fishgrund\ New York, a cousin of the bridegroom. After a honeymoon in the Carolina iii' untains and New York, the couple will go to Chapel Hill. N.C.. where Mr. Fonoroff will enter law school at the University of North Carolina. Prior to entering service, he was a student at George Washington univc r.-ity. Hispent one of his thrie and a hall" years in" the Army in the European theater. The bride attended the University i I North Carolina and the University of Miami. KADIMAH CHAPTER TO DRAMATIZE POEM "Behold the Jew," written by British Poet Ada Jackson, will be dramatized by the Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine at the first meiting of this year at Beth David, 8 p.m. Thursday. Program brochures for 1946-47 will be given to all members attending this reunion meeting. This calendar of events includes cultural, social and fund-raising activities keyed to Zionist ideals of the group. Mrs. Fay Colton has been appointed chairman of the Sunshine committee. Polish Jews Mobilize WARSAW (JTA)—The Polish government has granted permission to Jewish communities throughout the country to organize their own self-defense units for the purpose of resisting anti-Semitic terrorism which is k> eping the Jewish population in a state of constant panic. SEPTET Beach AICB^T, he' each Wome i Wll lbe held 1:30 ^ at the CadilUc hotel, ^ ave. Plans for ih e ., will be discussed JL' chairman will be 4 J? Mrs. Louis Glasser, J^ TO HOLDLuSg w ';-'My lunSoffc, Beach B'nai B'rith £ h< '" %  | 1 at Al's iu ruesday at 12:15 p. m Harold Turk, chairni The program will in* address by a E uc sl sp T members of th P Beachi lorn groups arc i nviud tend. MIAMI W.FLACLCR .,. 10"COU*T FLORIDA TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. 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telMUQIapidfcitiR 7^^^^THE J E WTS H U N I T Y T OWL THE JEWISH W EEKLY :i9NUMBER 36 [Activities Continue spite Fire Damage ite the damages caused by a major fire which struck tin building of the Miami Y early Tuesday morning, tesare going on as usual at the Y, Leon Kaplan, presiUounced this week. Shits 5200,000 building fund campaign starting Oct. 15, Uill hold its first workers rally Wednesday evening to 75 captains and teams. •from the fire, which struck the Y at around 1:30 a.m. v has not been estimated, but the stage and administrates were destroyed and the whole building was renMIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEN1BERTI946" PRICE: TEN CENTS Participation in Parley Accepted by Agency LONDON—The Jewish agency dates who are ready to come and 1 that as the British government Wednesday night handed Britain 'with other Jewish bodies." seems to be determined to follow m answer to th( invitation t< a The Small Zionist Actions com-I its own course of action, the 1 on Palestine' tuture, mittee which was convened to de-I Jewish agency should not be a ing here Monday, and inride on whether to accept or reparty to it. formed sources said it agreed at ject the British invitation to parleast to "limited participation." ticipate in the forthcoming LonNeither the Jewish agency nor don parley on Palestine, adjournThe Hashomcr Hatzair, left wing of the Palestine Laborites, Sunday adopted a resolution dethe colonial office would say what ed Sunday without reaching any | daring that the participation of \per to Open \lic Forums leach Lodge was contained in the Jewish r nite decision. ply. but other informants said Instead, the meeting adopted — odered practically useless from tar ,hat if "limited participation" was a resolution stating that it "noted that melted from the roof and tne answer, it meant agency reptl egot ations" which are now from the danger of the cracked resentativrs would at least be b ing conducted between the ceiling which is expected to fall. ;iv;n,; ' realization of this endeavor." | T. McNarney. commander of the Emphasizing that "all the conAmerican forces in Europe, and structive achievements in Palestine for the past two decades become blurred by the present events there," Mrs. Edward JaGen. Mark Clark, American commander in Austria. Nine thousand more displaced Jews will (Continued on Page 4) 1 fi ?l } \



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SEPTEMBTOJ^l _* Jmhli fhrktan PAGE NINE PLAIN TALK FROM ALFRED SEGAL presence of all his brothers. Lppcars from this that he L n very good standing. nP uted to have been the of the Arabs. I Zionist 1 met on Fifth proved to be a rare one I look with compassion erring brother who time "• In our Wn recently Zionisto rePneet around the same Mtb anti-Zionists (Council Lrican Judaism) who de0 join with them in a pro,ainst British action m the 'of keeping homeless Jews Palestine. Such is the di! many a who in his personal relaLn be an agreeafcle charISHMAEL REDEEMED down Fifth street in our town when the inciL, as walking which j was taken into brotherly association Lfell me in ^ ^ bgen re g arae d a8 a kind of Ishmael T ead about Ishmael in Genesis 16-12: "And he T U ""V be a wild man; his hand will be against every prv man's hand against him; and he shall dwell every ,, ._ u-v.s." sat with around the table. Ishmael could even feel hopeful. Perhaps this Zionist on Fifth street was representative of a new, refreshing mind in Zion. I knew him as one of the more active Zionists in our town. Perhaps Zion's mind was coming along with the minds of the Ishmaelites in Israel who have believed right along that the main thing was to get into Palestine as many Jews as the country could sustain. These outcasts from Zion desired no national power for Israel. They thought of Israel as the meek idealist in the world of arrogant nationalism, and why should he, at his time of life, join all the nationalistic irredentists who make a lot of trouble in the world because of land they lost long ago? No! They revered Palestine as the cradle of their faith; they gave their hopes and money for Palestine to be a happy home for the homeless of their people. That was the bright goal of the Zionists, until, in the recent years, Zionist leaders began loudly to proclaim a Jewish state in Palestine. Non-Political I remember Zionism in my youth. It was an idealism that had nothing to do with politics. Rather it had to do with growing oranges and olives, with making an arid country rich again, with better health and cultural harvests. We hoped that many Jews from Czarist Russia and Poland could find homes there. American nationality was enough for the Zionists of the time of my youth. When a nonJew asked them "what's your nationality?" they were quick to reply, "why, I'm an American." They couldn't conceive of being identified with any other nationality. Yes, it was like old times to be accepted into the fold of rational Zionism by this good Zionist on Fifth street. It suggested that Zionists may have begun to doubt the dogmas of their church and its leaders. I hoped so anyway. I could hope for new leaders arising to say: "The only thing that matters is that we find homes in Palestine for these homeless, stateless Jews. To demand the political power in Palestine is only to put off farther the day of fulfillment for these people. "What folly in leaders who wave the flag of Jewish nationalPROGRAM SUITED M ark Max > First 0PA Director Here, Dies at 74 Wen this Zionist approach[ith open arms and smillrountenar.ee, my sins no t felt so heavy upon me and, by, at this moment, in this | on Fifth stn et, I wasn't 1 among my brethren. j talk was immediately of tine ar.d what did I think JUtest events? I am a man Iretums kindness for kindmd. grateful to this brother raswilhr.B to give Ishmael bk, I replied with gentle [Mistake lit hadn't beer, for you Zion|iingsin Pal' stin< might not 1 tad as they are," I said |."Yoi!r.ade a terrible misfcr so'" he n.-ked. Whtal mistake—the way you (asiz'-d your demand for a state ir. Palestine in the I V u antagonized the | Arab nature is human when it comes to the I of being govi rned by newrs. By demanding a Jewish |ycumade it hard even only '""JJews to make a home fcstuie. The homeless Jews Ino reason to be thankful to fomst leaders." Sight of brotherly recogniI illuminated the Zionist's l"I agree with you!" he med. He extended his hand |wrm clasp. "I welcome J us as a good Zionist" las for signini me up imply in the local Zionist or%  tion. |By part I could appreciate M Zionist who had a mind jown that refused to stand F>mistak. of Zionism's I Zionism, bs I had been go observe, had become like 1 "Marian church in which A program of entertainment Will be held for the r. the Jewish Home for the Aged, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, the din i lion of Fred Holland, actii g directoi of the Hon i. The .-(fond in a B< i ies of monthly entertainment evi nts, the program will include l ing of Amc rican mi 1 d Miami USO group und rection of Jack K in address by Rabbi Murray Grauer of the Miami Jewish Ortl Congregation, folk i y Cantor Abraham Friedman of Beth David synagogue and a n ; of Jewish favorite, by Mrs. Gus I Swartz, wife of the Hoi: teet. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bear will be hosts of the evening in honor of their son, Harry, and his bride of a week, the former Miss Sophia Ginsburgh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburgh. Refreshments will be si rve I I after the program. Funeral services for Mark Max, first Dade county rationing chairman and first price control officer for the OPA in Miami, were held Monday afternoon in Gordon Funeral home chapel with Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan, Colman A. Zwitman and Max Shapiro officiating. Burial was in the family plot at Graceland Memorial park. Max died Friday night in his home, 150 S. E. Fourth St., at the age of 74, after a life of community service. A resident of Miami since 1930, Bdtrs must n, faithfully leparted from the i Hne was a fw to be chased out of the "• certainly, not to be ism in Palestine in the face of Arabs whose good will we need; in order that our homeless may find safe homes there. Which will be served first: The political power that some Jews desire or these homeless brethren for whom there should be a home at least in the country which their prophets and saints caused to be called holy." I thanked my Zionist friend for his welcoming gesture and for the revelation of his reasonable mind. (I have just been reading that President Truman contemplates asking the next Congress to admit more of the homeless Jews to this country. That's an idea! It has seemed hypocritical to appeal to the generosity of the Arabs in Palestine while we ourselves were doing all we could to keep away from these shores the disinherited and the oppressed. This country used to be deeply proud of being a sanctuary.) Max became president of Mark's Department store (now Richards) when it was organized in 1932, and servi d with the store until 1939 when he retired. During the 30's he was a director of the Miami Chamber of • MI. director of its industrial division, U. S. Housing auI thority commissioner for this area leader in the Dade County Di fen e council, A vice president of the Jewish Welfare bureau (now the Jewish Social Service bureau), he was active in the administration of the Baron de Hirsch loan fund. After his retirement from business, Max maintained his interest [ in community activities. He was nam td first administrator of rationing w iii n tire rationing was organized in January. 1942. In that capacity he organized and headed the 20 county ration boards. When the Miami OPA was opened in October, 1942, Max became price control officer and later was named Miami field price executive. He was appointed price executive in charge of enforcement of all price controls in South Florida when the South Florida district was created in F. bi nary, 1945. Max resigned as district price executive in October, 1945, due to ill health. He was the first -1 MARK MAX person in Florida to receive an OPA citation for meritorious service. The award was made in November, 1942. A member of Temple Israel, Max was a Mason and an Elk. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Hannah Max; one son, Mark Max, jr., Miami; two daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Burns, Toronto, Canada, and Mrs. William Pearlman, Washington, D. C. PON ROOFING AND METAL WORKS -si ne roof laWr S V' a ry Work by Prienced Men" Hlu&.e-.-Av.nu. Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatment! of acute medical, and convaleecent caei Especially equipped for care or nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habite. P, *J chotherapy, Hydrotherapy ana Electric-Shock therapy soentmcally given. P. L. DODGE, M. D. Medical Director and President 1881 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2.0243-9-1042 Open to Members of Dade County Medical Assn. HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC. 122 N. 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PAGE EIGHT >Jwist>thridicifi FRIDAY, ; Philadelphia Is Scene Of Solomons' Wedding At home at 925 Lenox ave., Miami Beach, are Leonard Solomon and his bride of June 10. the former Miss Carrol Bauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bauer, Miami Beach. The ceremony, held at Jefferson Manor in Philadelphia, was followed by a dinner there and a reception at the home of the bridegroom's Mr. Judas Philadelphia. Mrs. Joy Wallich was matron of honor for her sister and Sam Solomon attended his brother. After a honeymoon in New York and Atlantic City, ;ne couple motored to Miami Beach. Mrs. Solomon is a graduate of Miami Beach High school. Her husband attended Temple and George Washington universities. parents, and Mrs. Rabbinical Scholars among First Group of Polish Refugees to Arrive In U. S. A. from Shanghai since End of War; Aided Here by USNA Solomon, Melvin Katz Marries On Parents' Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Katz arc now residing in their new home 2631 S. W. 27 st., following their marriage Aug. 27 at Temple Isreal. Rabbi Colman Zwitman and Dr. Jacob Kaplan performed the ceremi ny which took placi on the forty-first wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. S. Katz, parents of the groom. The bride is the former Miss Betty L. taw, daughter of David Letaw, Herbert Katz. Greenville. S.C., was his brother's best man and Mrs. Sidni y Beskind, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. A wedding breakfast at the Versailles hotel followed the ceremony. Mrs. Katz was graduated from high school in Miami and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Katz was a student in North Carolina before entering the Navy for overseas duty. Rabbi Irving Rel '9'n Alum* u Majority of first large croup "f rcfxiiire* lo reach U. S. A. from Shanghai since end of war were rabbit and ralibiniriil %  Indent* on their way to American ana Canadian Yeshiva*. Acting for United Service for New American*, San Francisco Committee for Service lo Emigres provided complete reception care for the 143 Jewish newcomer* on arrival from Chinese seaS ort where they had been stranded after fleeing olish seminaries to escape Nazi persecution. Among those who proceeded to New York in L'SNA-ehartered Pullman'wtrc 26 rabbinical scholars, including six shown above with wife of one of them (front row) and welcoming representatives of I nl>.>vii lu-r Yeshiva in llronklyn. which cooperated with USNA in project. USNA also paid transportation and expenses in U. S. for non-rabbinieal immigrants coming from Shanghai to join Amrriran relatives. Program of USNA, combining National Refugee Service and National Service to Foreign Born of National Council of Jewish Women, is supported by SI00.000.000 campaign erf United Jewish Appeal for 1946. ENTERTAINS SORORS Mrs. Leonard H. Jacobson, 4523 Royal Palm ave., entertained a gnup of her sorority sisters in her home yesterday with an informal sound movie party. Those members of Alpha Epsilon Phi present were Miss Mindel Warfield, Miss Gloria Bernstein, Miss Harriet Hart, Miss Marjory Berman, Mrs. Arthur J. England, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and Mrs. David D. Pollack. Holiday Tickets Resi rvations of seats for the High Holidays will begin at Beth Jacob Sunday, according to Irving Gent t, secretary. Members of the synagogue are entitled to two seats without charge. Additional tickets and tickets for non-numbers are SI2.50 each. A committee will be at the synagogue from 9:30 a.m. till noon and from 5 to 9:30 p.m. daily, during the morning hi urs on Fnday. and aftei 8:30 p.m. on Saturdays to mak< seating arrangements. Two Boys to Celebrate Bar Mitzvas At Center Two Bar Mitzvas will be celebrated during the Sabbath morning services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center tomorrow. 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2 PAGE TWELVE 9-JmistfkridHatfJ FRIDAY. "Between You and Me'. By BORIS SMOLAR • Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. THE PALESTINE ISSUE: Don't labor under the false impression that the United States is indifferent to the outcome of the conference on Palestine which the British government called This, despite the fact that the State department refused to send an observer to the conference %  There will yet be plenty of action on the part of the United States on the Palestine issue • Even the most confirmed optimists do not expect the conference on Palestine to yield real results. Thus, the U. S. government will again be asked by Britain to lend a hand in the solution of tinPalestine problem Especially if the matter is brought b, fore the General Assembly of the United Nations. As the situation now stands the Zionists are just as unhappy over the prospect of bringing the Palestine case before the United Nations as is the British government The reason is simple: It is becoming more and more obj vious that the Soviet attitude at J the United Nations will be that Palestine must not become a Jewish state, and not even a bi| national state What the Soviets are likely to suggest is that Palestine become an independent state in which all the inhabitants should have equal rights. This would suit the Arabs very | well, but even the left-wir.fi Hashomer Hatzair is opposed to it And speaking of bi-nationalism, which the Hashomer Hatzair advocates very strongly, it will be interesting for many hi re to learn that Dr. J. L. Magi the •father" of the bi-national idea, has done quite well during his present visit to the United States ... He avoided any pubi licity of his activities, but he succeeded in getting funds from very important Jewish personalities for his Ihud group. • • • THE DOMESTIC SCENE: New York city is now embarking on a campaign to combat racial discrimination not only in institutions of higher learning, but also in utility companies, banks and insurance companies. A number of these companies are being investigated with regard to their whole employment policy. The State Commission Against Discrimination has processed about 400 complaints, and settled most of them satisfactorily by elimination of unfair and unlawful employment practices Some large publishing houses in New York have agreed to make changes in books which they published, after they had their attention drawn to the fact that some passages in these bi oks are offensive to Jews Bui the real prize of the month for combatting antiSemitism goes to Philadelphia. The city council there has unanimously adopted a city ordinance providing penalties for lhe distribution of anonymous literature and material defaming individuals or groups because of race or religion The penalties are fines up to S100 or jail sentences up to 30 days The anti-Semitic groups who threaten, d to oppose the measure did not appear at any of the three the city ( uncil held pri( r to adopting the ordinance c;, raid L K. Smith this week came up with the "revelation" that there is a "campaign" on to ., • illion Ji ws from Europe to the United States How and where this alleged campai being conducted is not indicated ,ii However, in the same th he says that British Foreign Minister Bevin was right in ting that the reason American Jews want European Jews to go to Pale-tine is because they do not want them in the U States • • THE NEW WORLD: What kind of a world would Lion Blum, the warm-hearted Jewish i x-Premier of France, like to see now'.' During his detention in a Nazi concentration camp he gave much thought to the world which would emerge after the war He now outlines his views in a book "For All Mankind" just published by the Viking Press The foundations of the new world, he advise-, should be based on political democracy ... He is convinced that political democracy will prove its worth and strengthen its position by also becoming a social democracy Together, the national democracies of the world will maintain an inti %  : national order that will complete their structure and keep a balance between them How will Soviet Russia fit into this picture? Blum thinks that thi dem cratic world "is entitled to ask Russia that she shall no longer maintain alien elen ents within other nations" He also suggests that Russia no toward other naIS if she. herself, were' alien to them. He suggests that a concordat be concluded laying down rules for relations between Russia and the rest of the world !> .that its provisions will be fixed and enforcement assured by the arbitration of the United ns, of which Russia is a meml er ted in the solution of the Palestine prob1> ni. Blum do, r : | .,-.. upon this problem at all in I I ook. N : ll I hi %  [< in any v. v to the J.wish probl. m as a whole. COUPLE PLANS HOME IN LONG ISLAND Miss Helen Denmark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Denmark, 12351 N.W. Seventh ave., North Miami, became the bride of Irving Canter of New York city last Friday at the Shelborne hotel. Only attendants were Miss Ruth Hantman of Miami and Irving Denmark, brother of the bridegroom. At the reception and dinner foll< wing the ceremony, out-oftown guests included Miss Irene Dale Martin and Sid Fisherman New York city and Mr. and Mrs. A. Landsky of Chicago. After a wedding trip to Havana and Mexico, the couple will live in Great Neck, Long Island. 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W. 19 ave., Miami. Miss Rabin, who has taken the stace name of Lynn Rabin, has studied drama all her life. While training with the Alviene company she held major parts in several of the company"s Tivoli Playhouse productions. A former student e>f Louisiana State university. Miss Rabin, now m her junior year at the University of Miami, is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. FIGHT OUS TENSION? MIIM rYerrfne tends to relax nervous tension, to permit refreshing sleep. It has helped thousands. Why not give it a chance to help you? r Try Miles NERVINE when nervous tension make* you Jumpy, cranky, elecpleee, or give* you ncrvou. headache. Yejur druggist has Mil.-. .N,rin, liquid and effer. vescent tablets. Try them. Your money back it you are not satisfied. CAUTION—use only as directed Etlervescent tablets. 35c and 75c Liquid, 25c and $1.00. Miles Laboratorle. Inc.. Elkhart. Ind. 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PAGE TWO *JtnishIb*MM)_ FRIDAY. 22W1B, tti % % %  9.z>iix>natlty fya&aMnf It's a sailor's life for Jerry Miller who leaves for St. Petersburg Tuesday to attend Admiral Farragut academy. The son of the Irving Millers, he'll be a irst-year high school cadet After spending the summer at Camp Massad, Hebrewspeaking camp at Tannersville, Pa., the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg. of -Miami Beach, have returned to New York. Moses Joseph is studying at the Isaac Elchanon Yeshiva and his brother, Saul, is at the Flatbush Yeshiva from which he will be graduated in January Miss Bernice Panetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Panetz, 1540 S. W. Sixth st., returns this week to Florida Southern college at Lakeland, where she is in her senior year. Miss Panetz plans to teach here in November. She was an instructor in English and taught a Shakespeare course at Lakeland this summer Also joining the back-to-school trek this week was David Jacobs who left for New York Tuesday to return to his studies at the Jewish Theological seminary. His sister, Irene, who attends the University of Miami, is in New York now attending the B'nai B'riih Girls' convention Miss Judith Weiss, who recently graduated with honors from New York university, returned to New York this week after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss, for two weeks OUTWARD BOUND All packed and ready to begin her vacation is Miss Irma Silverstein who will leave tomorrow for a trip to New York, Baltimore and Pennsylvania .. Sidney Meyer is in Chicago Air. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten left Wednesday to spend a month with their daughter in Philadelphia Mrs. Theresa Arnold is in Rochester, N. Y., where her twin sister is ill In Cuba for a week are Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Glazer who left Tuesday Mrs. A. Schoenfeld will leave for Washington, D. C, early in October to visit her son-in-law and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. B. Rozansky, for a month Mr. and Mrs. Martin Genet (she's the former Natalie Frankel) are stopping at the Shelborne while apartment-hunting. They returned last week from their honeymoon trip which took them to Canada and New England ... Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rubinstein are stopping at the President Madison hotel. 1 Mrs. Rubinstein was Miss Sandra Hoffman before her marriage Aug. 31 • SUMMER'S OVER Henry Grossman, 623 N. E. 61st st., has returned from a two-month's vacation in New York where he visited his children and grandchildren Mrs. D. Rattner, 644 Lenox ave., is back from her summer vacation David R. Isen has returned from a vacation in the North Jimmy Gordon, son of the Harry Gordons, has just returned from eight and onehalf weeks at Blue Mountain camp, East Stroudsburg, Pa. Back at the Ponce de Leon hotel after a vacation in New York is Al Gottesman • David L. Cohen returns from New York today Mrs. Morris Atkins is recuperating at home, 1-6 S. W. Ninth ave., after undergoing an operation at Jackson Memorial hospital ANNIVERSARY WALTZ Mr. and Mrs. Phil Romer celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary at the Club Bali Friday evening Next night at the Clover club, the John Kronenfelds marked their seventh with a party for friends ... It was their 13th anniversary that Mr. and Mrs. RayRedman celebrated at the Palm patio of the President Madison hotel Saturday night. Their children, Jean, Helen and Robert, were in the party Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffman, of New York, have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Freisinger of Chase ave., Miami Beach Mrs. Al Feeder is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. lack Abrevaya, 2376 W. Flagler st. Rabbi Feeder returned to Passaic last week after spending several weeks with his wife at the Edgewater Beach hotel. Mrs. Feeder is the sister of Mrs. Philip Pett, 241 S. W. 22nd ave. LAWN PARTY FETES ENGAGED COUPLE •i n ement of Miss Shirl, Me ii e Gelbort, daughter of S SlIn Bernard I Gelbert ,„,. s w, in st., to Mr. Itnll.p Venet. son ol the Meyer Venets, 2H2 s W H ter., was announced a a law. party Sunday evening hom e of Mr. and Mrs. N. II Gans. 2531 S. W. 14 st. Gelbert, a member of D chapter, B'nai Bnth g Women, attended rugn school in Boston, ai graduate 0 ( th, Latin American mstituti ol New York. w •-. ling Queens college Nev V ik city, Mr. Venel entered th. Army to serve three and | : years with the eighth air force in the U.S. and overseas. TRIP TO WISCONSIN TO FOLLOW WEDDING M, 5 Faj P .shkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, 1308 vlvania ave, will become t l,. bride ol Mr. Albert An nson, \1:. and Mrs. s. s. Ar. i son, ol Soutl Carolina on Tuesday. Rabbi Max Shapiro will perform the cen n i ny ;.t the Shelbornc I ol 1 at 5 p.m. Immediately following there will be a dinner in hon r of the couple at the Mrs. Leon Dower, who was Mis Pu I kii roommate at the University of North Carolina. Will : On Ol hollo!'. Mr. Aronson was graduated from Now V rk university and served tour years at lieutenant in • Am j ah %  oi ps ovi rseas. The couple plan to make their home in Chicago, after a wedding trip t Wisi rJhsin. JCRS Rummage Sale Set for Next Week imcoLn 155 LINCOLN OAD X MIAMI BIACH JryC*tN 145PM / Clot and furniture will be the materials which will be on display at the rummage %  ,!,. t be hi Id by the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief society next Thursday. FriSaturday at N.W. 13 st. and Thud ave. All proci %  ds from the sale will I needy tubercular patients ii the local aioa. according to M s M rtii D. Sunshine, chairman. Contributions of items to be sold at thi rummage sale may 1 e brought to Mrs. Sunshine's home, 1520 S.W. 11 ter. OPl For The Best REMEMBRANCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Large Assortment of 'Jewlik ; I." IJeat I atdt TOUJM I l CONOITIO-ID %  %  COHO'TIOif O Li ' Max ShapT N ceremony and the diw-j **' ""mediate faS th "" ? ain( Slepian,, the bridegroom-elea maid of honor. and j|, Pian, Mr R u: will DI best man. Miss AlUn ., 1: 'land was u of Tn Beta sorority cf studied n th, i ami. Mr. Rubensteir t Pi Lambd at the Universitj fore entering th< \ '. three years as an he is %  ow attending ii versity I Mia Following a couple will make their Miami. To New York StudenJ Mrs. Eva Gcringer, 4397 N. Michigan ave., announces the engagement of her daughter, Ethel, to Henry S. Levinson of New York City. Mr. Levinson is the w p ,on of the Jack Levinsons, New Mr.^Hothlein Engaj York. Miss Gcringer, formerly a stulent of City College of New York, recently si rved as an employee of the war department. Mr. Levinson is a graduate of New York university. Since his it kase from duty as an Army air corps radar officer, he has resumed his practice as an countant. acGables Group to Meet A surprise program is in store for members of the Coral Gables Jewish Center 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Hillel House. The program is being arranged by Sidney Lewis. Sam Silver will preside at the business meeting. Mrs R i i II u| York anno inces I ; : ; of her daughter, Germ Harol l Rotl leii. %  n Ethel Ri thl in, T Bi Miss Hurewitz, M her B.S. di A :: lege in Long Island, plain] a nursi Her %  %  grandson and Mi I Langncr, is a' tic arts student 11 1 tj : %  New V gradu • B High .-i I ool, h Army to -pond two of i and one-half yea Europe. ALVIN F. GARDNER, D.D.S. 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IV. SEPTEMBER^^!!! vJenisti tkricfiag? PAGE FIVE ? Makes Hay Fever Days [thing to Sneeze At ber a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of r^lack A Rudolph, allergy specialist, offers the *£ason is nothing to be sneezed at. a A l h recently discharged from the U. S. Army medth the rank of major, has been studying the causes '^ "headaches, sneezing and other allergies since 1928 P*~J dijector of the Asthma and Hay Fever clinic in nd '^'AVhat You Don't Know MAY Hurt You" and practical Application," he has opened temporary la offices at 541 Lincoln rd. His permanent office will soon be opened in the Lincoln building. Former chief of the allergy section at Oliver General hospital in Atlanta, Ga., Dr. Rudolph is listed in the medical section of the Biographical Encyclopedia of the World as a charter member of the American College of Allergists. Associated with a number of hospitals during his career, Dr. Rudolph is a diplomat in internal medicine, certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Allergy. He is "known as a pionec r in th's field, having been working with aliorgi-s botn as a hobby and as a job for 15 years," according to an article recently published by the Atlanta Journal. A native of Ohio, he is now awaiting the completion of his home in southwest Miami. Temporarily, Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph and their two son* are living at the Bancroft hotel. Their older son, Burton, will enter the University of Miami in October. Beth Jacob Registers For Religious School Registration of students for the Beth Jacob daily religious school will begin at 10 a.m. Sun day, it was announced tl Classes during th, month of September will be devoted primarily to the preparation of children for a knowledge ol and participation in the High Holy days. The school curriculum include.-. a study of reading, writing and knowledge of the Hebn %  languages and th I us. Jewi history, vs ; ,nd customs and the Bible in its original form and commi ntaries are featured in the higher grades. BEACH LODGE VOTES WIDER SCOPE FUND B'nai B'rith's wider scope program will receive a substantial contribution from the Miami Beach lodge, it was announced this week. = The lodge voted Tuesday evening to contribute from its treasury an amount equal to one dollar per member to the program. The decision followed an appeal made by Henry Monsky, national president. B'NAI B'RITH CHAPTER SLATES FOLK DANCING OR. RUDOLPH ER TO OPEN AT BEACH SOON lew kosher butcher shop [opened by Hyman Jacobs Collins ave. m the near I Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov*tcr of the Greater Miiad Hakashruir.. announcweek. The shop will loder the supervision of kiln Miami Vaad. wry of Worcester, Mass., Iras vice pri i ident of the pood of C ngregations [director of the CongregaIchaarei Torah there. Ishop will '; %  '. located in food store. il)ST BROS. Rvr Ij-thc itSTf Folk dancing will highlight the social evening planned by the Emma Lazarus chapter, B' IB'rith Women, Tuesday at %  Beach Y. Mrs. Edith Pi lansky will direct the program. The public is invited to atl 'the meeting which will start at 8:30 p.m. ANNOUNCE LUNCHEON A luncheon meeting at Victor's Drum will inaugurale Ihe fall program of Ihe Miami B'nai B'rith Women Tuesday Sept. 17. Mrs. Tina Katz is in charge of arrangements. Reservations are priced at lwo dollars, including tip. FT HE 0/UfUuJ MAN AUNG'S ..^SEAFOOD RESTAURANT S COCKTAIL LOUNGE THE FISH .WE SERVE TODAY JMU T ,2, SUPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" '^^ CHARCOM. IIU VU* OVSTl B*A COUNT** MHO C'CKE .'nUNKNAKNCV.JR -MMieikftOIKtCTCt %  ... OMH Da IICI'T M0N0ATJ PROM HOt NOON '• i .} DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT""; L 7 v. FOR RESERVATIONS-9-1244 ( ONLY $5,300 DOWN BALANCE $50 A MONTH For My Large 3-Bedroom Home IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY See Me On Premises 2440 S. 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: J^fKiSKiv-..* y SEPTEMBERJ^ +Jmi§ii fhrUton PAGE THREE M iami Boys Get ,AZA Offices .. \ %  re elected ; A£/ ....... RVith ior off P %  %  iff? to te %  lH th e M,ami ;., 5trve as pn* 2* the coming year, and S gma Rho will be vice presiSol Proctor, I v; Morty urer; Joel „ ity chairl e „t, St. Peters; and Sam !• jj Beach, ass.st. State AZA [ David P-TA Sets Fall Meeting ; of Beth Daassociation I Monday in I :u: wlth Max S I as guest I f group's I the meeting I E. Safer, president, i I I be served. ICH MIZ.RACHI PLAN YEFIT FISH DINNER n's Village I ::; from the I ner, spon: organizaI Beach. The dint the Beach Y |t -7:30 p.m. plate, anil • •; s M. Grund• You can tendon ie miifoim P% of HEINZ JABY FOODS P glass jars """•"w TI0N S OF AMERICA Dime for Dream Slogan Spurs Aged Home Drive With the slogan, "A Dime for a Dream," the Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged is raising funds to aid in the construction of an addition to the Home. Booklets distributed by the Auxiliary will be filled with dimes by Greater Miami families. Additional booklets may be obtained from Mrs. Murray J. Schulman. 542 S. W. 13 st.. chairman of the campaign, telephone 2-4957. President. Mrs. Louis Herzog, and treasurer, Mrs. Harry Danziger of the Auxiliary, are serving on the campaign committee. Construction of the addition to the Home is now underway. FOUR TO DEBATE Education Month Stresses IPV Community Responsibility Hoping to enroll 800 students, local religious schools will begin registration Monday as the annual observance of National Jewish Education Month opens. Sponsored locally by the Bureau of Jewish Education, the observance will begin Sunday and will culminate in the observance of Jewish Education Week from Oct. 8 to 15. Abraham P. Gannes is director of BJE. Destined to stimulate parents to give their children a religious George .1 T Florida education. Jewish Education month also stresses the community's responsibility in providing adeguate religious education pn i di bati cilitii s. chairman. Ai. Gn iter Miami's Jewish educafirmative will Weintioi ,1 program is guided by the Ar Bureau of Jewish Education "T in AA i i Ji i | Pi licy in I e is Just fied" will e the lei ati. e ol B'nai B'rith, 8 15 T < daj evening at Elk's ; all, 9 N.W. Third ave. UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Joseph S. Field will take place at 11 a.m. Sunday in the Graceland Memorial cemetery. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate. Mrs. Fii Id, 25 S. E. First ave.. requi sts friends to attend. kli and iv vitz and Elrj s> %  v. ill cuss the negative A A report on I B state convention, last weeki nd, w ill en by Milton A. Fi ie man. Adn ; sion is free to part : m i> inviti d. MASADA REGION ELECTS SHAPIRO A monument to the menu ry of the late Norman Bamberg will be unveiled at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi living Lehrman will officiate. Cordon Monument company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. The unveiling of a mi num< nt to the memory of the late William Gompers will take place in Mt. Nebo cemetery at 2 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Gompers was the brother of the late Samuel G rs, the labor leader. Rabl i Colman A. Zwitman will officiate ai the unveiling. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Ci mpany. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Bialolenki to Discuss Palestine At Luncheon Har Id G. Shapii in of Miami Masada, ond vice president : I ti ist Mi : ; • %  aniza1 ion's first post ntion hi Id in B Ala., last weekend. Appointed to 1 ernini w eri Chai les M %  Id and Marvin Cooper of Miami Beach. An invitatii n extended by the Miami dekgation ; %  hold the 1947 : %  : tion in Mia: m animously arc pti d by the nil i Soul lern states ol the region. VETS GET RADIOS Two radios sei ted to the Nautilus veti ran.-' hospitaf liated Hebrew and SunIs are Beth David and thi Miami Beach Jewish Center, rvative; Schaarei Zcdek (Miami Jewish Orthodox CongreT mplc Beth Sholom. Temple Israel, reform. and the Workmen's Circle Yidish si in Miami and Miami : Hebrew and Sunday schools are lependent of the BJE by Beth Jacob, orthodox congre' "n. Registration for Sunday schools will take place after Succolh, the bureau has announced. A goal of 1.500 Sunday school students has been set for the 1946-47 term. In the Sept. mber issue of its iti "Jewish Education ;," the bureau states that thi curricula of local schools are id to provide a knowledge f the idi als of the Bible, the i eaning of the Sabbath and Jew-: festivals, customs and practhi synagogue and Jewish living, Hebrew language and lit%  ratine. Jewish life of other ancls. Jewish history, the place Palestine and its achievev Bi h War Vi I this week by post ni 330, erans. "A radii' in every room" at the hospital is the goal of ;. : e p st. according to Jerome Hecker, %  project. included is the history of the Jews in the United States and their contributions to the development of the country md a study cf the harmony between Jewish and American ideals. Besides these religious school programs, other educational facilities available to local residents include a teacher training program, which will begin its second year after Rosh Hashona and a Central Hebrew high school which opens Sept. 16. Both will be under the direction of the BJE. Graduates of a number of local religious schools will attend the high sch< ol class. Innovations this year in the educational scene will be a Sunday school to be opened by the Coral Gables Jewish Center group at the end of October, a series of films on various Jewish subjects to be shown by the BJE for adults and a slate-wide conference on Jewish education. Children begin their Jewish education at an early age in the local area< Jewish content is offered in the Town Y nursery school program. A prc-schcol kindergarten for children aged 3 to 5 will reopen at the Miami :!. ach Jewish Center in October and Temple Beth Sholom and Beth David also plan to operate kindergarten groups. The Palestine situation will be discussed by Andre Bialolenki. former president of the Jacksonville Zionist district, at the weekly luncheon of the Miami Beach district. Wednesday at the National hotel. Bialolenki is associate editor e.f "The Week" magazine and a radio commentator, author and lecturer. Jack D. Burris, acting president of the Beach Zionist district, will represent the district at the Zionist Organization of America convention in Atlantic City nexi month. Alex Cohen riiisiiH* E veil I OF THE Yc ai <& Representing SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA 218 Shorekmd Bldg. Phones 3-8797 or 4-0011 LIFE INSURANCE AND RETIREMENT INCOMES 3622 Coral Way Now Open! DINNER RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED Ph. 48-4224 — 4-8524 Per Annum V, "J y0m$ MOMI Sound—Stable—Vigorous Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Yean of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach Quality 9ood Product* Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. Phone 2-6141 1725 N. W. 7th ATnue CURRENT DIVIDEND On Insured Savings Accounts EACH account is insured safe to S5.000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of SI5,000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal investments for Trust Funds as well as Funds held by Guardians, Administrators and Executors. FUNDS invested on or before the 10th of the month earn as of the 1st of the current month. 1111 Lincoln Road Vs Block East ol Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resource! Over $10,000,000.00 C L. CLEMENTS. President I • J i i %  i i i! i ;l 1 i.r I ,. \ !'! i it ,;i %  1



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SEP TEMBER 6, 1946 *Jenisii fhrSdiiian nms Veteran g Florman, Renay of Hair' 1 1 iter of %  and New York, her marriage k, rman, son Beach ,. 29 f r 'paul Bee Louis BcckeiAui rtin and Mrs. f Miam' Beach. th Sholom. Only memwas m i M R5. BECKERMAN families | 0 ( the immedaate lends witnessed dins which was followed I suppa at the Clover Club. m ducated in New -where she completed Stufai Packard finishing school. [husband, a former Miami ischoil student, was gradufrom Atlantic City high e served with |A;:-'. ail (nips. will Lester Franks Return From Cuban Honeymoon Dr. and Mrs. Li gter H. Frank are at home at 1455 Washington ave., following their July 4 marriage and a trip to Havana. The wedding took place in the Macfadden-Deauville hotil, with Rabbi Colman Zwitman officiating. Mrs. David Frank was matron of honor for her sister-inlaw. The Misses Edith Cohen and Annette Mirchin were bridesmaids; Mrs. Larry Gilbert, bridesmatron. David Frank served as best man for his brother. Dr. Jerry Flemin, Dr. Arthur Hirsh, Larry Gilbert and Al Neustein were ushers. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Karp. 420 15 st., Miami Beach. A member of Nu Kappa Tau, she received her BS degree from the University of Miami. Dr. Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Frank, 932 Tenth st.. Miami Beach, earned his DDS degree from Northwestern university. He also attended the University of Florida before entering the Army to si rve as an infantry captain for 18 months overseas. PAGE SEVEN MIAMI AJC PLANS POST-HOLIDAY EVENTS MRS. FRANK SOLICITOR TO SPEAK Robert R. Taylor, county solicitor, will be guest speaker at the luncheon meeting of B'nai B'rilh Sholem lodge 12:15 p.m. today at the Downtown Club restaurant, Seybold bldg. Book reviews, an installation and a membership tea following the High Holidays will be given by the Women's Division, Miami section of the American Jewish Congress, Mrs. Joseph Fine, president, reports. Plans for the affairs were made at the last board meeting, held at the home of Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. Continuation of the drive for European clothing relief now in progress was also discussed. Chairman Mrs. Edda Beck announces that clothing donations may be brought to Beth David synagogue, headquarters for the drive. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring io engage in Lu ii'.-.s undei ill.fictitious name ol DANNY'S, at 374-76 N. W. :>th St.. Miami, Fla., intend* to register laid ii. nu. with the Clerk of ihe Circuit *" %  > i111 of bade County, Florida, DANIEL KAI.I.I.N. Sole Owner. 16-33-30 9/6-13 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BMCO FABRICS COMPANY OK MIAMI, at 19 N. W20th St., Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name. with the ai.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM GOLDBERG. Sole Owner. x/23-30 9/6-13-20 LEGAL NOTICES make their BAMBERGS SAY VOWS AT RABBI'S HOME In Miami Beach. Ml INTERESTING 1ECIPE FOR THE /(WISH HOME !>:••. HUN! MOMI >l'ifl* Mrs. Leona Nagorski of New York announces the marriage of her daughter, Estell*, 321 N. W. 19 ave., to Harold Bamberg, son of Mrs. Norman Bamberg, 825 Alton rd., and the late Mr. Bamberg. The ceremony was held at the home of Rabbi Colman Zwitman Saturday evening. Henry Bamberg, the groom's brother was best man. The bride attended schools in New York, and was graduated from Queens college. Her husband, who served three years as an Army air corps lieutenant overseas, is studying at the University of Miami. Upon their return from a trip to Havana, the couple will reside in Miami Beach. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned n gaged In business under the fietil I me of CHIEF FROZEN FOOD STORES, at •j|s KverglH leu I "nm oui %  Miami Hi ti h I lade County, Florida, and nt 1141-1143 West Klaglel Street, Miami. Ii.nl.. County, Florida, and Intend to register the fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. HEN LEVIN SHIRLEY LEVIN CHARLES ItHOMER Sole i >\\ %  %  GEORGE CHERTKi IF Attorney for A|i|ill< ants, 6-13-20.27 l" l NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In business under the fictitious name of I. A R LUNCHEONETTE, at 134 N. i: 2nd Ave., Miami. Flu Intend to register said name with the Cleric of Ihe Circuit Courl of Dade Ctounty, Florida. RAYMOND RIFF LILLIAN BRESSLER HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicants. '." a 6-13-20-27 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 10721. Acts of 1941 File A-10189 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that M. Ilarklns, holder of County Tax Certificates No. 20.10 and 403S. issued Ihe Mil day of June, A.l>. 1944. lias filed same in my office, and has made application for I tax deed to bo issued tiu-reon. Said Certificates embrace the following described property, In the County of Dade, State of Florida, to wit: _. 1/n 17, Mock 129, Miami Shores Sect 6, B Sub., Flat Hook 10. Page • %  ''. In the County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. '010 The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued was in the name of S\ W. W.lsUlO Ix.t :t. Mock 2, Hibiscus Haee. Subdivision, Vlat Book 3, Page \Vt, in the County of Dade. State of Florida. ,,s embraced In Certificate No. 4tus. The assessment of said property under Ihe said Certificate Issued was in the name of Rae Somberg. Unless said Certificates shall be redeemed according to law, the pr rtj described I herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month of October, AD. 1M6, which is the 7th day of October, A.D. MM. Dated this 21st day of August. 1946. !•:. 1'.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk circuit Court. Hy N. C. BTBRRETT, D.C. (Circuit Court Seal) 8/23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that riuerslgned, desiring to engage In business unUei the fit litlous name oi ROGERS IMPORTERS, at 33 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intend to regIstei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Coui t ol Dade County, Florida. HERMAN Hl'IHN I AI; S. RUUIN MAX R. SILVER, Attornej I'M Petitioners. 16-23-36 9, 'i-lU NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl the indersigncd, desiring to engage In business undi r the fictitious name of SI.IMS SERVICE STATION, at IT:. N W. llili St., Intends t" register said name Ith Ihe clerk of Ihe >'ii cull Court of Dad.' County. Florida. WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN. s i m ner. ::o :• 6-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under Ihe fictitious name ol HARRY'S SANDWICH SHOP, al .2 N W 5th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intend to reglstei said name with the Clerk 0 f ,i„. circuit Courl of Dade County. P,0rWa DAVID KEMELHAR RAM i: COHEN FRANK E SOLOMON, Attornej for Applicants. s, 16-23-36 9/6 13 NOTICE IS HEREBY the undersigned, deslrlw business under the i GIVEN thai to engage In • tloui nain f Tuna-Mato Sandwich Loaf ^ A New Milchig Recipe I'Tuna-Mito-Loaf", is not only |M*. milching recipe; it's a new l It's even a new idea. But it what you will, we urge the ds of this publication to try I "Tuna-Mato-meichel" for a ind y night supper, when you'd to make a big impression. Tuni-Mito Sandwich Loaf •M cruiti from medium-sized loaf bread. 1 slice lengthwise about %> thick. Hollow out center of waving the side walls and •wm about fe.inch thick. Cut Jjwol bread out of center parU \nbint uith-. ]><*• can tuna fish or salmon, Jfamed and flaked "ard-cooked eggs, chopped, ifaspoon celery salt %  Jtaspoon grated onion / „ aspoon pepper. fes uiiA-1 PP "; K^ *l conden sed cream of lo. in*!. r?' "diluted. i Extur, T Fll 1 Centero( 'oaf with? kw r op and sides wit rd butter. Hak W hot oven < 3 P"" or UM || Boat Ride to Feature Dance Contests A full moon has been guaranteed by Debbs chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, for their boatride Oct. 9. Rumba and jitterbug contests will be featured at the affair which will be held on the Showboat from 8:30 to 12 p.m. Tickets are $1.25 per person, including tax. Further information may obtained from Miss Bernycc danes, president. Itl'STIN IMPORTING COMPANY (not ,,. „, ,s, N. E. Jth Si .Miami, Kla intends lo register said name With the Clerk of th. Circuit C t of Dade County, Florida ,,.,. PRANCES BROWN. Bole Owner. MAX" II SI1.VF.II, attorney for Petitioner. y 18-23-30 '.' 6-1S NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE is hereby given that Henry F Sterner, holder as assignee of City ol .Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 1634, dated tin5th day of June. A.L). IS44, has filed said Certificate in m> oil lee, and has made application for tax d.e i t" Issue thereon In accord %  with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, lo-wlt: Lot 1Block 8, West End Park Amended, flat Book •;, page 142. In the Cltj of Miami, County of Dade. State ..I Kim id.i. The asse-sm. ni .if said property under tinCertificate issued was in tlu-' nami of Unknown. Unless said Cerinnate shall in redeemed aoeordlng to law, tax dud will Issue thereon on Ihe 1Mb day "t September, A.D. 1946. Dated this lath day of August, A.D. 1946 (Circuit Court Seal) ]•;. B. LEATHERMAN. il. ik "f Circuit Courl. Dade County, Florida. By N. C. STERIIETT, D.O. 16-23-3 B (-13 be BaNOTICE is HEREBY 01VEN thai VOCR VAhET, al 1390 S W. 8th St., ^"•^Me'S^f^fc "ViK^MAN l^l i: ELEANOR KAI-1 C^ilto'rn'ey'ior Applicants. 1103 Congress Bldg 8/16-23-30 9/6-1J name I 'IIU! I Two Miamians Train Al Hechalutz Farm e in a moder5' F.) for 20 'ghtly browned: SlSu! J Wci P* Ww) over •"•Wundwwhlomi. Serves .' %  ili • Sauce 1__^ f"'"wurfDa„_ ~^ t tablespoons butter E? ( """ "eat. J P ""1 bind^blespoons flour. C P milk ^•condensed Two young Miamians, following a desire to train for pioneer work in Palestine, are now at the Hechalutz Training Farm in Cream Ridge, N.J. Raphael Smulin, 1348 S.W. Second St., a war veteran eft Monday to join Sara Stadl.n, 1622 Michigan ave., Miami Beach, and other young people throughout the nation who will be working on this project. Miss Staldin has bien in New jersej for several months. I:N IKAI. Klagler Sue. t Intends to reg of West Miami, Florida, and ,,.,. ,!„ %  said fictitious Sole Owner. OEORQE CHERTKOF. "Attorney ror Applicant. • 16 23-30 9/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VEN ths.1 the undersigned, desiring to engage In iiess under the fictitious name I.I EDITH ROYCE, at :'i Andalusia Avenue, coral Cables, Florida, intends t" register said name with the Clerk ol th. circuit Court of Dude County, '•'"" ''''• KldTH I. MAY. Sole Owner. MYERS, HE1MAN A KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant v 16-23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE 18 HEREBT (ilVKN thai ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol smltl.KV CUT BHOI'PB at 1426-A Washington Ave. Miami Reach. *la.. Intend to register said name wlthtne Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. ___ WILLIAM A. ROENBERQ I'AULINE ROSENBERG ISAAC JOFFE. Vttorney for Applicants. 8-9-16-33-30 9/6 • i 11[.' Tl 11'iv THE %  I' '•"' u 1 UTII I'ui: i 1N CHANCERY. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ovr A. BLAgc. fi vs. MARY !'• BLACK. Defendant. ii 'vi nue B .mi. I>ela % % %  %  TO WHOM IT MAY CON( ERN: Tin. iin advlBe thai the partnership of Theodore H. Robinson and Home L, Hough doing business under th< name of Acme Exterminating Oo. (no is dissolved and that tl>e said business will continue to be operated ,„„l,.,. s .,id fictitious name M aforeL "id. i vldually by the un ierslgmed. THEODORE II. ROBINSON. Dated: Miami, Florida. August 'Jth, 1946. ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for owner 1010 Biscayne liuilding. Miami, Florida. 9.K-23-30 9/6 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE; COUNTY, FLOUIDA No. lilM RE: Estate of HERMAN H. DLDNOT*6B U OF INTBNTION TO MAKE Ar-r-LlCATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOT1QE is hereb) given that l have iil.ii my final report and petition for Fmul Discharge as Administratrix Of ihe estate of MERMAN 11. DlSULOFJr, ueceased; and that on the auth day oi September, vi\h, will apply to tne Honorable W. F. Blanton, Louniy Juoge of Dade County. Florida lor approval of said final report und ror rmai discharge us Administratrix oi Ihe estate ol Herman 11. Dedloff. de• easeil. ., ... Tills l'Jth day of August. 1S46. CEDLIDA M. DEDLOFF MAX R. .SILVER. Attorney for Administratrix. 6/23-3U u/6-ia-:'u NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the uiiuerslgned, desiring to engage ill business under Ihe flelitous name of A-/. SUPER SECRETARlALi 8BRVIOF., at 323 E. Flagler .Street. Miami. Florida, intend to reglsteisaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRANCES ZW1BACK OLUA ABERMAN WALTER C. KOVNEIt Attorney for Applicants 8/23-30 9/6-13-2 0 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 173S7 In Re: Estate of HARRY CLOTT. 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Saul Estate: You, and each of you, ore hereby ,ml if ml and required to p.esent any linns und demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of HARRY CLOTT, deceased. late of Miami Heach, Dndc County, Florida, to th. Hon. W. V. HLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, und He the same in his office in the iiiintc Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, Within eight calendar months from I lie date of the first publication thereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimint and to be sworn to and presented is aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate LENA CLOTT. AS Administratrix of the Estate of HARRY CLOTT, Deceased. First publication on August 16th. 1946. UCRNKTT ROTH. attorney for Administratrix. v 16-23-30 9/6-13 cream of td SS* ioS? h ot ov r b,k d •fpttm •/ Aus name or VCME EXTERMINATING ). (not inc ) at 30G7 Mary Street, Coconut Grove, Miami. Intends to register said naimwith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County. Florida. THEODORE H. ROBINSON. ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Appl cant. 1010 Biscayne Building. Miami. Florida. 8/9-16-23-30 9/6 lathe Dade NOTICE IS HEREBY c.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the Hctilh-j*, name of MARTIN-STEPHEN APARTMENl S. at 526 15th Street. Miami Beach, tend to register said name with Clerk of the Circuit Court of C Un,y jOSEPH H. GOLDBERG KATE OOLDBERG HARRY ZCKERNR'K. Attorney for Applicants, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Boach. 8/9-16-23-30 9/6 I e | ^ ii i i i< !' ;



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rt. m^M s-*"i; ?^VgP 1946 *Jenist) Fkradiar? PAGE ELEVEN Precious Gift From America f* JM \w*% \ %  MM mL^d m^*_ ^9WK% Face Facts By GtORGE j. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director, AntiDefamation League A distinguished visitor to Miami recently was Adolph Kates, newly elected president ot the Maimonides lodge of B'nai B'rith, Hav u .. Cuba Do You Know Where These People Are? 0 .._,, h refuqee children In Budapest hold precious packages c; A nt fn. U.S. These welcotned gifts are a part of the I Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES jLj| £rvlng Palm Beech County, featuring the I ..,.7*— Nationally Famous Southern Dalsis* Pro'uuV* duct mnd Ic# Cr-,un "** • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE J NHART & POTTER uTMn ESTABLISHER 1893 JWI MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 Weet Palm Beach. Fla. In#bniattempt to looate American relatives of Europeans, the Service to the Foreign Born department of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women has published the following list: Moses Gott Taylor is being t by Mrs. Henry Schutzin.in, Budapest; Morris Enzer by Gusta Weschler, Germany; Isaac Gotlieb by Ana Marc, Bucarest; Dr. Don Wallach by Kornelia Wallach, Poland; Mr. Morris Fox by Albert Hauber, Bucarest. Rosa Kliot by Boris Kliot, PoGertrude Lipiec-Krausz by Friedrich Katscher, Austria; Kesiel and Mirriam Hclfman by Widliansky, Austria; Joseph and Isador Whol of Tampa by Rihera Gn ipper, Switzerland. A Utter has also been received by the council seeking information concerning Raphael Dzsiabozinsky. Persons knowing any news about these people are asked to • ict Mrs. Florence Finkclstein, executive director, NCJW, 513 Congress building, Miami. TRI BETA DIP-DANCE A "moonlight cocktail" of swimming and dancing will be featured at the dip-dance sponsored by Tri Beta council of the Miami Y Tuesday evening at the Raleigh hotel from 8 to 12 p.m. Admission will be one dollar per person. JDA TO ESTABLISH NATIONAL COUNCIL CHICAGO, (JTA)—Creation of a national council for the Joint Defense Appeal was unanimously adopted at a meeting of the JDA national executive committee held here last week. The meeting was called for the purpose of hearing latest developments in the field of defense and to adopt measures that would secure greater cooperation among leaders of welfare funds for the Joint Defense Appeal. It was decided to hold a national JDA conference this winter. Speakers discussed domestic defense work, community service activities, the overseas program, scientific research and chapter activities of the American Jewish committee. Delegates from Jewish communities throughout the country hailed the establishment of the national council as the first step in setting up a comprehensive organization that would seek out and find leadership for the Joint Defense Appeal and would aid in raising the annual JDA campaign quotas needed to finance the defense program of the American Jewish committee and the AntiDefamation league. The 1946 campaign of the Joint Defense Appeal for $5,000,000 was reviewed. ^p710S.W.I2U.AV.MIAMh LlH. 33431-1 "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 BIYERSIDE AMBULANCE SEflVICE 1236 Washington Ave. Miami Beach TH06. M. BURNS, JR. Funeral Director ABE 6IBENBERO. Tr*-a-urr In New York: 76th SI. and Amsterdam Ave. MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami 1 Old**t and Largest" 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 of Hebrew Lettering and Designs Phone 4-5922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Street Opposite Woodlawn Cemetery WE Of FK3A11Y REPRESENT TKiWOWTYOfNMTItfMI JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES /n/wmfllK* Clodl, fa-mined on Request SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob-Miaml Jewish Orthodox and Sisterheod Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 (•VMMM^^^p*^^^^^^^^*" 1 PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL ** _, rtruriSH COMMUNITY" PHONE -264 SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" E E. CARTER. Fun.r_l Director "A Friend In Need" 3008 W. rU-OLER —n_i-. i 1. i i I I .% u i.iV 1 1 i 1 1 R '< { F' i I. *. H %  •.• 1 > 1 1 r j i j j i ;i v 1 1 i i !f i 1 __. %  JMJMJ mSSfflnSSS



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PAGE TEN *JfWishfkridtajn_ I • 10 OPEN MONDAY In line with the most recent findings of progressive education, foreign language studies begin in the first grade of the new Whitefield school, 1550 Lenox ave., which will start classes Monday. The school is a private institution with classes from the nursery through the twelfth grades, Basic courses in aviation are offered under the supervision of a former naval air instructor. Adult education courses, with classes from 7 to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday, include studies in the humanities and social sciences, language, world history, psychology and philosophy, The tutoring for college regents pre-entrance examinations offered in the college prepara1 ry division. The curriculum parallels that of the Dade County IS aid of Public Instruction, providing also those courses which arc meant to develop the individual creative talei tas in creative writing and i:-. voice study fol I ige and radio. A:. S. Bialoler.ki. M.A.. principal, was formerly proft .i f English and psychology at the %  nville Junior college, and news analyst for station WJHP ::; Jacksonville, Fla. He won rds foi his v. ritings in fiction Originator and director of the Career-Makers radio ; gram, Professor Bailolenki reation in England ; and France. He also studied all New York university, City Col: New York and the L'ni%  i %  • ;•.' %  >.: F H len S. Biololenki, dean, received her degree in education E ida State Colkge for Women. She served as librarian and elementary school teacher for the Board of Public Instruc• in Jacksonville. A faculty of graduate, certified ffers personal superviat all times. The school protransportati n and home ;ng services. All i:lassi.are eld outdoors. T i : illI ly sessi n is from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., but students may attend from 8:30 to 12:30 on the half-day program. Veterans of the Jewish Brigade plough the first furrow on their own land in the newest all-veterans settlement Irgun Basra, in the heart of the Sharon Plain, which, like other ex-soldier villages and cooperatives springing up throughout Palestine, is re.-en ing financial assistance for its development from the tnitecl Palestine Appeal cnrrentlv raising its funds through the United Jewish AppeaPs S100,000,000 campaign. Irgun Basra will be a cooperative village combining collective endeavor and marketing with individual family life, and will base its productive acUvities both on agriculture and industry. CHESS CHAMPIONS RECEIVE AWARDS Carl Eisinger, 12-year-old chess pion of Miami Beach, was ivk arded nors in the Flamingo park bandshell last work. He was seconded I y Marvin Popkin, champion • I thi checker tournament. Others who wi n awards in the c ity ind chess finals Jay Rand, Jerry Ma sti in, Marvin Randell, senior div Hanover. Marilyn Bloom. Ala: Frank, Nancy Baker. Rona F( x. junior division; and Francis Grande, George Lewis. Gordon Randell, midget division. COL. ROOD RECEIVES ARMY COMMENDATION The Army commendation ribi on I a.been awarded to Lt. Col. an B. Rood, son of Mr. and Mrs, M. Rood. 358 Meridian ave., Miami B. ach. Col. Rood was battalion com1749th regiment at Fort I-' wis. Washington, in 194546, and was cited for his leadership, direction of training and effu lent control of personml at this post. The citation included mention of Col. Rood's exceptionally meritorii us service as assistant to the an a engineer at Camp Shanks in l:42-43. UIA SURVEYS MIAMI AM v E TS~Name Leaders As part of a nationwide survey, a representative of Robert R. X.,: iates, citing mists, visited Miami n cently for the United Jewish A: Purpose oi his visit was to obtain ii. %  in which will help the L'JA determini how la:.' iti n it will M i k :: %  :n the Greater Miami Jewish community m xt year. Nat Pollack has been elected commander of the new Miami I Post 11. AM VETS. Other ot:icers are Arthur J. McQuinn, senior vice commander: Sol Radler, junior vice commander; Holgi %  ',• F. Johnston, adjutant; Richard Cahill, finance; Paul Edlowitz, chaplain; Lion Eisman, provost marshal and Stanley Zallis, histi nan. NEW YEAH GREETINGS UN 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 wJewist) nondaam BOX 2973 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA Trip To South America Will Follow Wedding The engagement of Miss Lila Zeffert of Miami to Morty Poland of Baltimore, Md., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Zeffert. Miss Zeffert was graduated from Miami Beach High school, attended the University of Miami, Columbia university and the Julliard School of Music in New York. Her fiance, who received his education in Maryland, was recently discharged from the Army with the rank of captain. The couple will be married Oct. 26 at the Belvedere hotel in Baltimore and following a honeymoon in South America will reside in Baltimore. Miss Zeffert returned this week from a visit in the north. FRIDAY, SE IN THE GREATER MlAMil HOUSES OF WoT 1 MIAMI Miami JtwiK, Orth^ Rabbi Murray*^ 8 • M-mch.. K.,,,:, u a s £ B.th David <:.,.,„** t've). 125 N. w Tk ICc Max Shap.ro, c'anta-" 1 •* n Temple l.rael Reform" .SW %  ervlr. ..'; F !" i Y's Receive Awards In "grateful recognition" of their "significant contribution to American Jewry's war effort," the Young Men's and Women's Hebrew associations of Miami and Miami Beach this week received a two-color replica of the joint citation awarded to the National Jewish Welfare board by the War and Navy departments. The citation was signed by Robert P. Patterson, secretary of war, and James Forrestal, secretary of the Navy. MIAMI BEACH ., Beth Jacob Conoreaj,.., J dox). 301.311 Washing,?, '" 1 MOM. M..eh.loff. CantV"1 •'•nlni tern. '"" •' Saturday nw* '''.,'", :,! m'fl sh.l... .%  Ions, M. d thi i ( h FV^I llll noon M.ami B e, C h je^l (Coniervative), 1415 E„c M ,"1 v: Baturdui ?J" "''' •' :it\M Km M ""' v ,, n. anTl ton ol Mi Mrbe olwc IJ 111 Mil ; I P '' J. T(i-c ( l Sholom 'Liberal). Chan iv,. 1 St.. Rabbi Leon Kronish. 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