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 )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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7?gg^-THE J E WISH UNITY F
ana
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Selected
(alii not
1017 Drive
Ly of the 30 ::.embers of
npaign cabin I which will
|he local ated fund
wintei .. i re named
day.
Lc of tl
Sinai hos-
tlccted Bali'ii do Hirsch
president.
Abraham
striated Polish Jews
ie Stettin Terrorism
ocsW (ITA' Repatriated Jews who, after arriving from
jL were gettled by the Poli3h authorities in the former
tv of Stettin, are now panick-stricken as a result of the
' anti-Jewish propaganda and terror there, which fol-
?same pattern as in other parts of Poland.
WSed terroristic activities on the part of local Poles are
the lews to leave their dwellings and all other posses-
d cross the border en route to the American zone. Hun-
jf them are handing over the keys of their apartments to
ol Jewish committee and are leaving town with a few
personal possessions.
According to a report reach-
ing here there are at present
no more than 6.000 Jews left
in Stettin, and even this num-
ber is dwindling. Only sev-
eral weeks ago the number of
repatriated Polish Jews in Stet-
tin exceeded 26.000.
The report reveals that Jews
have been killed in the vicinity
of Stettin and that even in the
center of the city Jews have been
found murdered. The local Jew-
ish self-defense group prev< ntt tl
a pogrom which was apparently
planned by local anti-Semites.
They persuaded a local Polish
woman to raise an alarm that her
child had disappeared and was
"probably kidnapped by Jews."
A unit of the Jewish defense or-
ganization started a search for
the missing child and found it
peacefully sleeping at home. The
threatening crowd was dispersed
and the mother arrested.
A Polish policeman was also
arrested in Stittin for firing at
Jewish children passing in the
Street Two Jewish children,
wounded by his bullets, had to
undergo operations. One of them,
an 8-year-old girl, had both her
legs amputated, and the other, a
boy, lost his right arm.
Jews Dragged from Trains
In Lodz Jews are still being
dragged off Polish trains despite
intensified government efforts to
combat anti-Semitic terrorism
and anti-government groups.
A report reaching the Jewish
committee there states that armed
terrorists removed five Jews from
a Lodz-Cracow rain. Their fate
is unknown, but it is assumed
that they have been murdered.
Another report states that 23-
year-old Chaim Pszenica. a Jew-
ish officer in the Polish army,
who was decorated with the high-
est honors for bravery on the
Kfhi'liik'dktfb&s battlefield, was murdered on the
road from Kalushin to Siedlece.
His body was brought to Sied-
lece where he was buried with
military honors.
_MIAMI 18, FLORIDA/FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
kn, Leonard Wien, Sam
[Alex Vai Straaten, Ar-
fngar. M Liberman,
I Dol Lashman
Ity C. Mj
kHitivi e Greater
iJea-ish F( deration who
|re en the cal net are Max
president, and Wm. D.
Barry C im, Herbert
^Ve Phillips. Jacob Sher,
U. Joseph i: Stem, Mrs.
fC. Myers n Mrs. Monte
lr '" .n of the
pion drive last winter.
the cabinet holds its
etmg it will name ten
ntatives fron the commu-
[large and lect a cam-
pitman.
than $3,000 ifj will be
| in the drivi to finale
"'on of the hospital and
ft agencies ol Federation*
lians Plan
ffURT (JTA) Gen.
F-McNarney, V. s. Com-
M"i Europe, iccompanied
PWulipS. Bernstein, his
on lewis Affairs, this
to Italj presumably
with Italian author-
Pnfor providing shel-
*M displaced Jews
' *nerican Government
thS' it was revealed
EL ,,"n20 *"* of the
* 3o,ooo jeWS inffltra-
Amencan zone monthly
mpanied children. The
are taken to a spe-
who
n a. d ........ *u *' ape-
Cch ""' 40 miles
it w fc not always
has bee,, established
JSfir* 8end thc
lmclud,
ifety, while
e their personal
aMh "w later" The
f e Rosenheim camp
States ILSW System
SENATOR PEPPLR
SENATOR PEPPER
10 SPEAK SUNDAY
Senator Claude Pepper will be
the principal spi aker at a public
forum being by th<
Miami Beach lodge of B'nai
B'rith .-it Flamingo park at 8:30
p.m. Sunday.
Senatoi Peppi r, who will be
here to address the postma
convention, will discuss vital is-
sues of a national and interna-
tional nature. The forum will be
the first in a series of public af-
fairs functions ui spon-
|p ol the Miami B
lodge.
John B. McMgonx ry, publisher,
will intn duce the senator. Tl
affaii has been arranged by Wal-
ter Kovner, program chairman,
with Han Id Turk in charge ol th<
Sunday night forum.
The mayor, councilmen and nu-
merous civic leaders are expected
to attend the meeting, which
George J. Bertman, pre idi i I ol
'the ledge, announces Is open to
the general public.
In case oi rain, the meeting
| will be held at the Miami Beach
High school.
Jews Remain Absent
From London Meet
LONDON, Sept. 10 (JTA)Prime Minister Clement R. Attlee,
addressing the opening session oi the conference on Palestine
attended only by representatives of Arab states, today empha-
sized that no settlement of the Palestine problem is possible
unless Jews and Arabs are prepared to make concessions and
to take into account each others interests.
The "federalization plan" offered by the British government
remains the first item on the agenda of the conference, he told
the 16 Arab delegates present, but added that the govern-
ment is not committed to this proposal. Each delegation is
free to forward amendments and different proposals, he de-
clared.
The Palestine problem, he
pointed out, cannot be treated in
isolation, but against a wider
background of world policy.
"Palestine," he stated, "is a tiny
country, but everything that
happens in it has reactions in a
far wider sphere. For a Pales-
tine plan to ignore these reactions
would be to shut its eyes to
realities."
The Arabs and Britain, Attlee
continued, are associated in a
natural partnership. The danger
for this partnership can be re-
moved by seriously searching for
a solution of the Palestine prob-
lem "to which you and we can
honorably agree."
The British Prime Minister re-
called that the Arab national re-
vival would have been much
slower if the Ottoman Empire
had not been broken up by the
British armies in World War I.
(Continued on Page 4)
Seller Iliads
Budgeters
V Directors
Attend Meet
Herbert Scher, vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, was elected chair-
man ui' the organization's budget
nittee Tuesday night.
II ping to complete its pre-
campaign stud-
ies by December,
t h c committee
will conduct
hearings for the
next 13 weeks
to determine al-
locations to be
granted to local,
national and ov-
erseas agencies
" from the 1946-
47 campaign funds. Hearings will
be held on Monday evenings.
A budg t manual was adopted
ting this week to guide
local agencies in applying for
funds. The manual sets forth
regulations for partici-
pation in the annual campaign.
Tlie la w chairman, who suc-
ci eds Rabbi Max Shapiro, has
been a member of the budget
mittee for the past two years.
In last year's Combined Jewish
Appeal, he served as chairman of
ting committee.
Miami Ulvl
UilU Prexy
I .S. Studies
Loan to Arabs
WASHINGTON (JTA)A pro-
posed loan of 300,000,000 for de-
velopment of the Arab states
has been given some study by
the State department, but not
consideration in the sense that
any plan is in preparation for
submission or recommendation
of such a loan to anyone, Acting
Secretary of State William Clay-
ton said this week The Grady-
Morrison "federalization plan"
for Palestine proposed the is-
suance of such a loan.
Asked about the reported re-
fusal of the Syrian government
to discuss oil and aviation agree-
ments with the United States be-
cause of this government's sym-
(Continued on PQ )
Lo ikout Mountain, Term., will
be the scene of the first postwar
convention of the Si uthem sec-
tion, Jewish Welfare board, this
wet kend.
Attending from the Greater
Miami area will be Maurice
Grossman and Jack P. Marash,
executive directors of the Mi-
ami and Beach Y's: Sam Miller,
representing the Miami Y. and
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. represent-
ing the Beach Y. Mrs. Miller
and Mrs. Grossman accom-
panied their husbands to Ten-
nessee.
Twenty Southern communities
will be represented at the
inga which will emphasize post-
war programs t< r youth and
v< t i ms. .
Grossman and Marash will be
discussants in two of the profes-
sional sessions, and Grossman
will preside at a meeting of the
Southern chapter, National As-
sociation of Jewish Cent, r Work-
er* Grenum Berger, president
of the national organization, will
be guest speaker.
A native Miamian, Miss Sara
Rosi Schwartz, received national
last week when she was
elected national president of
B'nai B'rith Girls at the BBG
convention at Camp Cejwin in
Fort Jervis, N. Y.
She is thc past president of
1 i BBG district five, and before
| | served as president of the
local BZB chapter. At Miami
High school she was a member
ol National Honor society and
a member of the National Foren-
sic league.
A junior at Duke university,
Miss Schwartz, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, is
president of the Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority.
Miss Irene Jacobs, who was
recently elected president of the
B'nai B'rith Young Women's dis-
Decision Due
On Loan Fund
Fate of the Baron de Hirsch
fund, ten year-old community
loan service, will be discussed
at a meeting of representatives
of the Jewish Social Service bu-
reau and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and trustees of
the fund at 2 p. m. today in the
offices of Federation.
The pervision of the Jewish Social
Service bureau, will expire Oct.
19 and its resources will revert
to the general treasury of the
bureau unless action is taken
before that time. Purpose of the
fund is to provide short time
loans for small business men who
wish to be self-supporting.
A committee appointed by the-
bureau has suggested that the
fund be established as a separate
organization to divorce it from
the connotation of a relief service
and to secure broad community
support for the program.
For the past few years, Feder-
ation has set aside a reserve for
a community loan service and
this money may be combined
with the Baron de Hirsch funds.
The bureau will call a general
membership meeting on or be-
fore Oct. 19 to have any changes
in the loan fund approved.
Trustees of the present fund
are Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Al-
bert Quadow and Leon Kaplan.
JSSB will be
trict organization, was elected a
representative to the B'nai B'rith j Representing
Youth commission at the national j Charles Cohen, executive direc-
conclave. t(,r: Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, presi-
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! dent, and Mrs. Harriett Eppstein,
Norn.an D. Jacobs, she is a past Elry Stone and Max R". Silver.
president of the DEBBS chapter j Federation representatives at
of BBYW and is a junior at the i the meeting will be Max Orovitz,
University of Miami, where she president, and Stanley C. Myers,
is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sam Lachman, Benjamin Meyers
i sorority. land Harold Turk.
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PAGE TWO
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ftetexHiaUy speaking, .
Miss Harriet Hart has^returned to the city after a summer
vacation which included visits to New York. Baltimore and
Boston. She is spending time at the Versailles Cabana club
before returning to the University of Miami in the fall Albert
Coldman, postmaster of New York city, is attending the post-
masters' convention at the Alcazar hotel Buddy Allen and
his fiancee. Connee Rothenberg, are vacationing in New York.
They attended the Miss America beauty pageant in Atlantic
City ...
Al and Harry Silverstein and their families of Toledo and
Columbus, Ohio, respectively, (hem to California ... Mr. and
are vacationing at the Ritz Mrs. Stanley Myers and chil-
Plaza hotel Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Beigelman and son,
Solomon, of Havana, Cuba,
stopped in Miami this week
en route from New York to
Havana to visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Jacobskind. They
stayed at the Whitehouse hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Solo- spen, iast weekend in Jackson-
mon have returned to Miami Vl]lp Mrs. Herman Wronker
dren have returned from Co-
pake, N. Y. Back in Miami
are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stone,
who were visiting in Georgia;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stone, who
were in Cleveland, and Mr.
and Mrs. George Stone, who
were in Alabama and Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Romer
from New York. Mrs. Solomon
is the former Miss Muriel Aus-
ville Mrs. Herman Wronker
returned from vacationing in
Mr. and Mrs.
is the former Miss Muriel aus- Chicago
lander Mrs. Henry Rabin Harold r finn are vacationing
and children returned to Miami Qn Miarni Beach from Boston,
after spending the summer in She is ,he (ormer Miss Beatrice
New Jersey Miss Ha"'et Schulman of Miami ... Mr,
Gottesman. daughter of Mr. Qnd Mrs t Tannen have re-
and Mrs. Hyman Gottesman, of, turned to Miami after vacation-
1037 Michigan ave., is spend-, ing -m New Hampshire, Massa-
ing three weeks in New York | chusetts. Pennsylvania and
and New Jersey. While in New York Rev. S. J. Freed-
New York she is stopping at | mQn of Miami Beach is back
the Lincoln hotel Mrs. Sam
Silver and Dennis have re-
turned from their summer va-
cation in Hendersonville ...
Mrs. Jerome Weinkle will
spend the New Year holidays
in Charlotte, N. C, with her
parents ... Mr. and Mrs A.
Kronenfeld are returning this
week from Hendersonville .
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sachs,
2320 S. W. 25th St.. and their
daughter, Mrs. Joe A. Levine,
are spending a few weeks at
the Grossinger hotel in Fern-
dale, N. Y. Zev Harris, of
Brooklyn, is spending several
weeks at the Tides hotel. He
is in charge of youth activities
of the National Council of
from New York .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno
of Miami Beach returned from
a vacation to Vermont and New
York. While in New York, Mrs.
Schachno took a 4-week phys-
ical therapy course Mr. and
took a four-week physical
therapy course Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Schwartz returned
with them Miss Emily Feib-
elman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Feibelman, of
5990 N. E. Fifth ct., is attending
the campus leaders' conference
of Stephens college in Colum-
bia, Mo., prior to the opening
of the fall term. Miss Feibel-
man is acting house manager
and senior sister in Linden hall
. Mrs. M. Moses and children
Herman Berk Selects
New York For Wedding
Miss Miriam Minsberg, daugh-
ter of Rabbi and Mrs, E. H. Mins-
ierg i f Poughkeepsie, N. Y and
Herm m. Berk i I Miami Beach
A,ll be married Thursday in New
,-,,ik city. After honeymooning
New Yoik. they will return to
the Beach to make their home
here.
The brid( -elect was graduated
Hunter college and received
i master's degree at Columbia
univeristy. Sh< is a former mem-
ber of the Poughkeepsie High
school English department and
fi r the last two years was asso-
ciated with tlu Rutherford Se-
nior High school, Rutherford, N.
J., and was instructor of English
it Fairleigh Dickinson Junior
ollege in Rutherford. She was a
member of Hadassah, the Jewisjj
Center of Poughkeepsie, and the
American Association of Univer-
sity W men.
Mr. Berk is local attorney. He
ittended Emory university and
raduated from the Univers-
ity of Miami, where he received
iis I achelor of law degree. He is
ine of the founders of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center and has
been its vice president since its
inception in 1940. He is an active
numb r of the B'nai B'rith lodge
of Miami Beach, the Zionist or-
ganization, and the Florida and
Dad. County Bar associations.
S^J^bI
JULIUS KAPLANS
TO RESIDE AT BEACH
Miss Power P
engagement of ,'. nnM
JpiS,**2 ft
of M
attended :
DEBBS chap* .
! Women 0a|
The bridegroom*!- j
M: HennettaFrantSI
aye., atten P
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Following their wa
' raPle will real
ami.
Selma Bolotin Selects
N. Y. For Ceremony
Young Israel .
Mr. H. Budner and daughter. q New York
Irene, returned recently from a ^^
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupfer-
vacation to New York and
Washington, D. C. Mr. and j
Mrs. Abe Gannes and family | stein are expected in Miami to-
returned to Miami after Labor
day ... Mr. end Mrs. Al Wise,
of the Tamiami hotel, returned
after a seven-week vacation in
Ohio and North Carolina .
ATTENDS CONFERENCE
George Talianoff left to at-
tend the national staff confer-
ence and commissioners' meet-
ing of the Anti Defamation
league of B'nai B'rith in New
York Sept. 19-23 Ivlr. and
Mrs. Harry I. Magid returned
from an extended trip through
Canada and New England .
Dr. Max Pepper and family are
back from a vacation in Nova
Scotia .
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
returned to Miami from a cross-
country motor trip which took
day irom New York Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Jacobson
have returned from their wed-
ding trip and are residing in
Miami Mrs. George Chert-
kof is home from Jackson Me-
morial hospital .
IDC MAN HERE
Richard Cohen, an affiliate
of the Joint Distribution com-
mittee in New York is vacation-
ing at the Monroe Towers hotel
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
BUSINESS SERVICES
All Typo of Stencils Made to Suit
Your Business Needs. One, two or
three color. Illustrated or other.
wis* Plain and fancy. Fast
Mimeographing Service.
HERBERT BOGNER
978 N. W. 3rd St. Miami
Phone 2-9165
Miss Selma Ruth Bolotin.
daughti r of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bolotin, 1923 S. VV. 14th ter, has
select, d Sept. 22. as the date of
her marriage to Ivan B. Fisher,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fish-
er, of 2237 S. W. Third st. The
ci remony will take place in New
York.
Miss Alice Weiner of New
York, who has been a life long
Friend of the bride-elect, will
lid of honor. Jack Olin will
be the best man. Mr. Fisher has
recently been discharged after
four years of service with the
irmy air corps.
Center Has New Cantor
Cantor B. Singer of Baltimore
will arrive here today to become
associated with the Miami Btach
Jewish Center, according to
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Cantor Singer will replace
Cantor Emanuel Balkan who re-
signed si veral months ago to
take a position in Brookline,
Mass.
MODELLING CLASSES FOR ADULTS
Also Specializing in Children's Modelling
"GET ACQUAINTED" PRICE
$25.00 (or Entire Course
Registration Daily from 10 A.M. to 7 P.M.
SPECIAL PRICE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Sept. 16th to Sept. 23rd. inclusive
Other Classes for Children in
TOE TAP BALLET ELOCUTION
PIANO VOICE
All Types of Modern Ballroom Dancing and Rhumba
Are Also Taught
For The Best
1034 FIFTH STREET
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Jewish
New Year
Cards
MAKE YOUR
SELECTION
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10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Power 4 Light Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Kaplan,
who were married in a formal
ceremony at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Sunday evening,
are honeymooning in the Caro-
lines and Pennsylvania. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiated at the
ceremony. On their return, the
couple will reside at 1038 Jeffer-
son ave., Miami Beach.
The bride is the former Miss
Shirley Anne Stamen, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Lewis, She
was attended by Miss Zelda Kap-
lan, maid of honor. The Misses
Marjorie Friedland and Barbara
Kaplan were flowtr girls. Miss
Sylvia Tupler kept the bride's
book.
Mr. Kaplan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Kaplan, was attended by
Harold Smotkin of York, Pa.,
best man; and Edward Kaplan
and Jack Stamen, ushers.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Mrs. J. Krandsorf of Han-
over, Pa.; Joseph Hoehberger of
York. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Friedland of Philadelphia, Pa.:
Mrs. Joseph Breslow of Sioux
Falls. S. D.; Mrs. Arthur Gilberg
and Mrs. Louis Danziger and^ons
of Fremont, Ohio; Harold Dan-
ziger of Tiffin. Ohio; Mr. and
Mrs. Herlx it Lewis of Los Ange-
les, Calif.; Miss Ida Stamen and
Mrs. Bess Katz of Chelsea, Mass.,
and Miss Charlotte Goldberg of
Harrisburg, Pa.
Frehling Opens Office
Dr. Stanley Frehling moved
into his new offices in the Du-
Pont building this week for the
practice of surgery.
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urdine's
Bl
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Plastic
Table Covers
i
.49
each
Save linen and laundry
bills with Blossom's plas-
tic Crystalene transparent
table cloth covers. Water-
proof, may be whisked
clean with a damp cloth.
Size about 47x72 inches.
Miami STORE, HOUSE-
WARES, FIFTH FLOOB
Miss Schwartz Saw
Marriage Vows Sit
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and .1 ii rowiu.iL
and Mrs, Adolph Hon
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al 5 p n Sunday at thel
Ji Orthodox C_
with Rabbi MurrayQtl
ating.
Atfi r honeymooning J
1'" thi couple wiUi
Miami Miss Schsrsrul
school :. Pi v.-ylvaniii
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PAGE THREE
Refugee Group Plans
Aid For Immigrants
Federation Records Are
Safe As Crown Jewels
Care ol refugees by the local I
Jewish community was the sub-
Wj .u r_ .. r>~ _i l i -1'''' ,,f meeting of the Refugee i
^ otnlioned at the Pratt General hospi al e
.. ^ =prvic<-'n)en sra .. .. r. committee yesterday afternoon at
b!e a en,vices at Miami synagogues through a plan
[holiday5-. .__: D'rlik 51inlom InHno'o wolpmno
this
k by B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge's veterans
}1 Satin
ation
the offices of the .1' wish Social
e bureau,
'I'1 :! porai v ho i ing and fi' .in-
cial support for the nine n fuueos
who recently arrived hen
>y representati\ l
a j;iiy Stone, cochairmen, are arranging for
Mhe servicemen from the hospital in Coral
i synagogues which are providing seats for the discussed
i Hnshona and Yom Kippur. thi bureau, Greatei Miami Jew-
( ilies who would like to invite these servicemen ish Federation and Natioi
^ (' holiday meals may do so by calling Charles Council of Ji wish Women.
mes --------OR. Jacobson, executive secretary "It is extremely unlikely
of the lodge, at 3-C306. If neces-
sary the lodge will bring the men
to the homes of their hosts and
transport thssi back to the hos-
pital.
Jacobson said that persons con-
tacting him should give him in-
formation concerning which
synagogue they will attend, how
many servicemen they wish to
accommodate for dinner and
whether transportation should be
provided by the lodge.
MSL Guest To Discuss
Hospital Visitation
ly unlikely that
any n Inner children will be
brought to the United SI ti
adoption," Charli Cohl n, execu-
tive director of JSSB, said this
week.
JSSB is assuming responsibil-
ity for children coming to live
with r latives in thi l' cal
he said. The bureau is SUper-
. this wmk for the Florida
Childrc '. 11 >mc society In co-
operate n with the European Jew-
ish Childn n's Aid.
"Neither fire nor hurricane"
can destroy the files of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. As a precaution, the or-
ganization has purchased micro-
film equipment to reproduce
its records.
And like the crown jewels of
Indor, they'll be stored in safety
deposit boxes.
The equipment will be avail-
able al a small charge to mem-
ber agencies of Federation.
HEBREW INSTRUCTION
AND BAR MITZVAH
PREPARATION
BY EXPERTS
Phone 2-6346
Beach Y Team Seeks
League Championship
Musicale Scheduled
For Luncheon Meeting
Trying for the championship
in the Miami Beach men's soft-
bal] li ague is the Beach Y team, |
coached and captained by Randy '
Polansky.
The team, which won the sec-
, ond half of the league's tourna-
ment, is playing off for the top
spot against Langner Construc-
ts ir. company's team which was j
victorious in the first half.
/CHEVROLET/
;RLE R:rS
come Bar Mitzva
| md Mrs.
j IS W. 12th ct.,
.: tzva at 10
t the Miami
:c ration.
will ad-
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I Frimds
t.. ted to at-
i ade stu-
! > Junior High
[hood To Hear
lOn New Year
Pratt General hospital's special
services officer, Capt. Emmett C.
Townsend, will discuss the hos-
pital visitation work of the Mi-
ami Service league at a meeting
Monday evening in the home of
Mrs. Murray Koven, 1615 Coun-
try Club Prado. Coral Gables,
honorary president. The meeting
will open MSI.'s Fall activities.
New projects of the group will
be planned during the busini ss
meeting which will precede the
social hour. Mrs. Lion Kaplan,
vice president, will conduct the
session in the absence of Mrs
Geore Chertkof, president, who
is ill.
Monthly bingo parties which
the league holds at the Army hos-
pital are being changed to the
j first Monday of the month, Mrs.
Kaplan said this week.
Members who plan to attend
the meeting at Mrs. Kovm's
home are asked to call Mrs. Kap-
lan at 2-4498 or Mrs. Freda Le-
vin, 2-6525.
A musicale will follow the
. luncheon to be held by B'nai
I B'rith Women of Sholem lodge at
12:30 p. m. Tuesday at Victor's
restaurant
Bdty Carson, radio singer, and
young Richard Charles Schul-
man, trumpter, will provide the
, musical portion of the program,
ar.d Lennie Layton, comedian,
will also perf
Mrs. Tina Katz is chairman of
the event and reservations may
: ade with her by calling
4 '1422. Members of her commit-
tee are Mrs, E. Albert Pallot, Mis.
Harold Rand and Mrs. John
Kronenfeld.
Mrs. Sam Goldman will prc-
side at the she rt busini ss meet-
ing which will precede the social
hour.
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The office of Beth David con-
gregation will be open from 10 a.
m. till 1 P- ni Sunday for the
sale of holiday tickets, it was
announced this week.
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hem the U. S. Army
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SEPTEMbq,
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P. O. Box 2973 ____________Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Clans Matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office
of Miami, Kla., under the Act of March, 3, 1>.
Published Every Friday Since 1927
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RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor
VOLUME 19 NUMBER Miami 18, Florida, Friday, Septembei 13. 1946

ELLUL 17, 5706
Face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director, Anti-
Defamation League
PLAIN TALK
^^. FROM ALFRED SEGAL.
SIGNALLY HONORED
National Jewish Education Month, the observance of
which stresses the urgent need for intelligent and capable young
leadership, is highlighted with a bright spot. Two of our young
ladies and through them, the Miami community, have 'been
honored.
The B'nai B'rith Girls have chosen Sarah Rose Schwartz as
their national president. This is highest honor the organization
can bestow. Irene Jacobs, another of our residents, was signally
honored with her selection as national commissioner on the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization executive. These national divi-
sions of parent B'nai B'rith at their convention this month saw
fit to repose confidence in two young Miamians This expression
of tribue to the smallest of the districts making up the national
body gives a pat on the back to our community. It was in our
environs that our two energetic young women attained and
achieved their leadership ability and talent.
This acknowledgment should spur us to further diligent
efforts on behalf of education in all of its many phases.
Jews Remain Absent
From London Meet
(Continued from Page *)
H iIs ::< ssi d :..- fact that
ind-ti .
estine in the St James
1 ii I. mdi n in 1939, thile
Aral ital ivi rec ived
theii lependtnee. The British
I, will
lion of eco-
expansion '. prog-
thi Arab mtries. He
went out of his way to wilcome
Abdu Azzam Bey, secre-
ral of the Arab league
Deplores Unrest
Deploring the disturbances in
Palestine, Attlee said that Ihey
can no longer be permitted to
continue. He called upon all
groups to attempt "to promote
such settlement of the underly-
ing issues as will establish
peace and prosperity in the
land." He emphasized that he
is quite convinced that a solu-
tion of the Palestine problem
can be found in a spirit of real-
ism and understanding.
The Prime Minister expressed
regret that the Arabs of Pales-
tine have decided not to send
representatives to the conference.
He spoke for half an hour while
Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin
and Colonial Minister George
Hall listened attentively to his
address. The delegations were
arranged around the table- in the
following order: United King-
dom, Transjordan, Syria, Saudi
Arabia, Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt and
Yemen.
Arab leaders told the British
government Wednesday they
were flatly opposed to an "inde-
pendent political status" for Jews
in Palestine, and declared that
further Hi rturbanceg in the Holy-
Land may lead to clashes be-
tween Zionists and Arabs
Speaking for the seven Arab
counti present" I at the
"roun : I bl< f< n e"called
i sei 'Union for
wracki d Palestii Fei Bi j El
Khi uri of Syria sa I i nly ac-
ceptabli sett ent w uld be to
giv P in l< ; i n ce un-
der : i >" tc
the country's A rity.
Deploring "self-arming by
Zionists and ugly terrorism
practiced by their gangs."
Faris Bey declared that unless
disturbances were suppressed
by British troops "this will
compel the people (Arabs) to
resort to iheir own means to
defend themselves."
"The Jev ; de-
clared, '... such is a world con-
'' i n, and there! |uires
world-.. ition Palest ne
not th this i
lem, nor i an anj I
ii i in Palestine .'
Ji ws and Pan n< A
led 1 ycott thi
at v. ii I Ci lonial Secretary Hall
outlined the An
inet coi e | Pales-
tinea 'provincial systi m" un-
der which Arabs an .! a would
have limit* jurisdiction
ections at the Holy
with Britain retaining ovei \.l
control.
Fai > li' pre di nt ol
Syrian chan I"
the Arab statement at a public
meeting and the ci nf< rei 3 then
went into a private si .-.-urn in
closely guardi d Lai casti r
A communique issued afti 1 wards
said "a pn liminary exi ban
views then took place."
Faris Bey, replying to Prime
Minister Atilee's opening ad-
dress said "no part of Palestine
should be cut off to make a
home or slate for a body of
immigrants belonging io dif-
ferent nationalities."
He agreed with Attlee that it
was "not impossible" to solve the
Palestine problem.
w ile proceedii (j along an in-
frequently travi lied road in Mi-
ami's northwest section, a Negor
,ei at the airport was ac-
costed bj three nun. Wearing
hla.-k ds, insti ad of the stand-
ant wk'.U regalia, "li'se men
Ihn ten 11 eir victim if he did
ise lfal or union activities
place of employment.
Wl : news ol the intimidation
f this X' i 1 mployee broke in
laily papers, it sparked into
11 tion civic organizations
in Da le ci unty. They were quick
at a threat to the
civil lib, 1 ties oT one individual
; ill. This was the lesson
Hitler taught the world
I ., : 11 rible cost to all human-
ity.
As a consequence of this in-
cident, the Dade County Civil
Bights council was formed. Not
cn'y is this new organization
concerned with the protection
of civil liberties and other fun-
damental concepts of our
American way of life, but also
it wishes to do an affirmative
job of fostering better relations
among all groups in the com-
munity.
T council I as a long range
i if the whole-hearted
ooperation ol each participating
ivic org ization is forthcon ing,
is .1 ui loubtedly will be, signi-
ficant sti idi will be made' in
improving intta-ec mn.unal rela-

Tl first formal organizational
meeting of tl e Dadi County Civil
lUncil will take place
m Sept. 30, at 8:30 p. m.. at
thi Mi.or.1 YWCA auditorium.
Tins new group is facing a chal-
tunity and th< par-
ganizations, by rea-
son of thi ir combined, joint ef-
forts, are now in a position to
do a really constructive job in
ol better intergroup re-
- within our community.
1) miss "The House I Live
!n." si Frank Sinatra, neiw
b ing shi wn in your neighbor-
lire. The "Voice" speaks
gainst bigotry and intoler-
a forceful and dramatic
r, For your convenience,
dates arc listed:
Mayfj Sept. 12 to 17; Surf.
Sept. 14 to 16: Plaza. Sept. 21 to
Cameo, Sept. 28 to 30: Tower
and Rosetta, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1:
Ocl 6 to B; Strand, Oct.
13 td 15; Biltmore and Parkway,
Oct. 18 to 20; Center, Oct. 27 to
29; State, Oct. 31 to Nov. 1.
U. S. STUDIES LOAN
(Continued from Page 1)
Zi nism, Mr. Clayton
aid that the State department
eived no indication that
Syria : Iding up the talks eith-
I i reasons given, or any
n. The' American-Arab
Oil company, he said, is conduct-
the oil negotiations, without
State department participation,
:i talks are still in
etween the' two gov-
inn,'
RABBI SILVER DIES
CHICAGO in er and president of
" i Chi igo Hebrew Tin plogical
' 25 years, and 01 e of.
; the Mizrachi Or-
n "f Aim i ica, died here
week ..t tl age of 64.
Non Cooperation Policy
JERUSALEM The
National C< uncil i f Pal-
estine tiiis week voted a cam-
paign < f complete non-coopera-
tion between the Jewish com-
' Palestine and tin Pal-
; ivi rnment. The action
' ''ii, a Rix-houi plenary
>n attende I by Jewi I may-
md head of community
council- .,1 Jewish settlements
and villages.
Hit Honor the Mayor
I like to observe the way jus-
tice does come around with ex-
quisite poetry from time to time,
even though it may be a thousand
years from one time to the next.
Particularly the Jev.-5, since they
have lived lonp and seen much
and been hurt much, may feel
tin ir hearts warmed up from
looking at poetic, justice in its
rare appearances.
You see, for example, 2,000
years ago the Emperor Titus built
an arch to celebrate the sacking
of Jerusalem by the soldiers of
the Roman Empire. And, after
2,00(1 years, the Roman Empire i>
dust in history and there are no
people left to call Roman. But
the Jews -Still are getting around
in the world and are back in
Jerusali m where, on top of the
holy city, they have built a great
university that stands much
highir than the arch of Titus in
Humea mere antique.
That's poetic justice in its
rarest form, but ne>nc of the
Jews who suffered at the sacking
of Jerusalem are here to enjoy
it. The pleasure belongs to their
remote descendants two thous-
ir.d years later, and, even they,
because' of their current pains,
aren't enji ying it much. Now and
then a history-minded Jew may
Ii rive some comfort from it .
Well," he may say, "there was
the Roman Empire and here we
are. Looking at the matter along
the broad vie w of history we may
onfidently say that after another
2,000 years it will yet turn out
to be all right with the Jews."
All this leads up to the story
if poetic justice in our time, of
poetic justice coming around in
'he quick cycle of every few
years. I found it in Sig and Sol
Bottigheimer's hat store in our
town. They've been in the hat
business in one spot downtown
for 39 years, but their total career
is hat men in our town is more
ban 50 years.
When I had fitted my new fall
'iat to my counte nance and it had
>een wrapped, the Messrs. Bottig-
leimer gave me the story of
hi ir cousin Bottigheimer of
He came out of a concentration
camp to be elevated to mayor of
his town.
Back in the thirties the fate
thai fell upon Klein Eichsholz-
heim was horribly confusing, to
say the least, to its Jewish citi-
zens. It might have been more
understandable if the Jews had
been transient strangers there,
though in civilized commun-
ities it is the practice to be es-
pecially hospitable to trans-
ients.
(Indeed in the record of civil-
ization called Leviticus it is spe-
cifically commanded that the
stranger should be treated as
one'a own kin.)
The Jews had been in Klein
Eichsholzheim more than 200
yi ars. The old Jewish cemetery
lo-e by had tombstones dated
in the 1780's. They were honored
people in Klein Eichsholzheim,
good neighbors of the Christians.
I assumed they could be well
called Christians since they used
to behave like people brought
up on the Christly teaching.
There were about 20 Jewish
families in Klein Eichsholzheim
and the only difference between
them and their Christian neigh-
bors was in their respective ways
1 f worship. Nob'idy made any-
thing of that. The Jews had a
-mall synagogue.
Even after Hitler came in the
lews felt it could never happen
m Klein Eichsholzheim. How
,l,kc friendly
tell bj
then- ok
**' this a|
InY,,,,^.
I
'""wnhelln,.
ma along with a ,. eW
h,m -tout, fS
trat'n r mps or Z*
WSJ
ly pi t'11
Fritz Bottigheimer -
concentration can^l
^enawayfromhimT2
ness was confiscated. Fria,
igheimer could t\ J]
forever ,hro9h with lh,
life that he and his k
had known in Klein Eie
heim.
Th '
-:'i
ould such a cruel thing happen
in a place so friendly? Every Jew
practically knew every inhabi-
tant of Klein Eicnsholzheim: it
was like kne>wing the next door
neighbor with whom you speak
every day over the garden wall.
He could never hurt you.
But it did happen even in Klein
Eichsholzheim. The Jews could,come to Miami.
'in all th,
;;f ln,;
lh(' R( : ei dom
Po'icen jn Klein Eit
heim- : that thei
ever c uld he humbled'i
'''' ': fantastic
5tPP>i !, howling m
ocean.
If he was minded that
Frit/ !'
Slls''! : ly in Jewish
lory. Y after 1,000 vea
t'"'-v 1 even up the.
"-'";' but 1 tory waits lot
Yet, ii that ir. ?
chanical ry mom
ly by : by motor I
by tanks, j radio. So it f_
within a theltorj
invasi n I s
Klein Ei zhi im and
Bottighi was goin
from the mcentratioa cm,
Thi Amei n milil
I for
may r I : i K .-
sholzheim, ; articularh as I
i was a Nazi and was|
able
was K: ... B
b< en a I I
heim thi ... many years.I
madi : Th-y cavil]
back '. hich the 1
had taki
Fnt.' !'. tight imer's eyttj
dazzled by thi sigl I f Jai
perfectly autiful and
in his n timi Yet he fi
humble
holds a i ilized man back!
arroganci ii the hour of vai
Besidi s just i I adn't yet c
up with th thousands oil
homel. en to render j
to then '
he could eh cause in I
instance just e had shdWlJ
righteou; it is c
doing :
So, with my new hat and'
story in I bade Sig am
Bottigheimi r good day and i
my way.
ALCAZAR REOPENS
Completely redecorated
13-story Alcazar hotel, a
landmark for 21 years, *
opened this week after m
been in service by the ni
over 3 years.
The new operators, vrteew
ami Beach hotelmen J.*-n
and Harry Kohn, *"
-arour.d
-y tC
s well I
Completed in "g^lS
structioi co : o< S8W.u"
car originally was **
February, 1926. The Wjfl
id Miamians during
that v. ar.
Alcazar on '
catering especial
American visitors as
commercial and
DANNER TAKES 0FFF
Richard Danner. ex-
tok offi as Mm.j*
Bger this wok reptocffll
Curry, who ret.redon.aj
poor health n.ii>i'^'-not
act was to warn gamble"


I SEPTEMBER^i^
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PAGE FIVE
^mLodge Shorts
CHEST LEADERS SPEAK
AT JSSB MEETING
By CHARLES R. JACOBSON
established
at the
Ion,
Ion, o"r
national
new
uncheons at
at-
Friedm
ld of a record
tolie meeting Tuesday
^ sports on the AZA
the State Federation
local youth pro-
tbe Hallowe'en dance
ct 3lst. Of such stuff are
|n B'riths made!
s Cohen, energetic ta-
oecialist and one of the
St active brothers, has
Jed by his company to
|i them at then
Ion in Canada.
allot has pumped
our Friday .
Blown club. Record
marked the appearance
I Zwltman and Robert
Dade county solicitor.
slated the famous All-
football star, Jess Yar-
u, address the luncheon
ld, on the 20th, the group
a talk on the United
he who hoard our stellar
| discuss the Jewish pol-
alestinc cai now more
Understand th( meaning
(this vital and complex
I The commute' on public
(surpassed themselves in
|fog a red-hot timely sub-
I (2) presenting it in de-
l to the entire lodge and
best on Tues lay, George
toff presided as chairman
Itiaries
ESANU
Ettnu. ib.ih -' yeara oi.i.
j,, i Se v 1 nrro no
,'.. .,,:. in tttment. A
|. Torker, he had made bin
lb Mr and m Loiila Mar-
; v .-. -' lor the
ffjn!, ii. wan .i veteran f
far 1 wd wan n llred fr"m
I | n N'w York.
J| Leo. and
r.M-- Louis Marcus, l>th of
HALPERN
I' wrvlcei wen hi M Monday
.r.,. 6fi, of 556 N. E.
|wh. died Sal n la: In < New
iui, a ed neckwear
Wmr, Halp" i imc here
, Tort ago. Hi-
fcmWr ol !'. David, final
u ,. v Surviving
v.- Mn !. R Halpern,
kin. Raymond Rabbli Max
pud Mumv I'.r.iuer, assisted
a f i (inducted
left at the Palmer chapel,
i in Ml Si bo cemetery,
STEIN
Stein. X E. 61st
| B H here six
k from Mm r< ., Pa Survlv-
wife. Mr- I,- a stein; two
.'.;- Hi sThaplro and
I'' Steli two sons.
I II I M an u sister. Mrs.
krcli-. Mlam and R brother.
[> condu Monday In
chapel I. irlal will be In
LAFKOWITZ
died last
y ai home, M H W, nth
from Columbus. Oft.,
. at,, and lea'i her bus-
|lhan: three Mas, David
ill of \1 mil, and two
' Including. Mn Ann Braun-
wm.. S,.im, ... KeTf h,.|,i i
1 ipel, with burial In Mt.
Community Chesl
be guest
NET.AN
LINDS
Irroduct of Crcrftsme
n
I now prepared to offer
P1 *rvice on blinds, both
I "-conditioned. Why
* your order today?
Hove Your Old
TIAN BLINDS
|E-PAINTED
Tape New Cord
i with
P^ry Cornices
eaders will
of the debate, and did his usual speakers at a board
smooth job of directing the meet,ng '" ** h(-'ld 1>V J
show. Social Service bureau, 8
p. in.
ow. ........ i'. Hi-
Dan Satin and Jerry Weinkle u,(sd;|y evening at Beth David
ied all the forensic tricks in the syncgogue,
used
bag to affirm that "An Aggres-
sive Jewish Policy in Palestine
is Justified," while the smooth
and experienced team of Abe
Aronovitz and Elry Stone per-
formed nobly for the negative.
No decision was rendered by
judges.
Instead, the audience checked
individual ballots as to their own
reactions on the
Donald Eyster, executive di-
rector of the Chest, and P,
dent Frank Kelly will discuss
community fund I
til- relati u
social
chests.
Mrs. Pi njamin Meyi n JSSB
president, and Charl. .
executive director, will
to
and
community
Regional ZOA to Meet
At Beach In November
Plans for the southeastern
regional convention of the
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica to be held at Miami Beach
Nov. 15 to 17 are being made
by Adelbert Freedman, region-
al director, and Jack D. Burris,
acting president of the Miami
Beach district.
Frsedman arrived here from
Atlanta this week to start work
on the convention agenda.
Convention headquarters will
be at the National hotel.
Mrs. Turk To Report
Mrs. Harold Turk will present
a report of the B'nai B'rith con-
vention in Baltimore at a regular
meeting of the Miami Beach
Women's chapter of B'nai B'rith
at 8 p. m. Tuesday evening in
the National hotel. Mrs. Tillie
Rosenthal will preside.
A gavel will be presented to
the organization by Mrs. Sol
Goldstrom. The group is cooper-
ating with the Beach men's lodge
in the current "Adopt a Family"
' project. Money and clothes are
being collected under the super-
| vision of Mrs. Paul Weizman.
in
-ohen said
MASADA TO ELECT
OFFICERS TUESDAY
Election of officers and adopt-
ion of a constitution will 11
the agenda of thi M ada meet
ing to be held Tuesdaj i
at the Beach Y.
Plans for a meeting di ted
to an explanatioi I Haganah,
Jewish defense unit of Palesl i
will also ho made. The mei
to be held within a month, may
be sp insored by Habonim and
Junior Hadassah as well as Mas-
ada. -
no i\j men wwii -*%.., ., ii. ocrVl On
subject before lh(' community Chest's
and after hearing the debate. As buri;UI during
we go to press, with ballots still campaign,
being counted, John Kronen- A drive for hup
feld's Committee reports that the JSSB will be undertaken
majority of the audience favored by the membership and inti
the affirmative point of view, tations committee, C
Such discussions perform a real tn's week,
community service and the Com-
mittee on Public Affairs deserves
commendation for their efforts to
bring these issues to the attention
of our members.
Biggest community scoop of
the year fell to the Beach lodge
when Senator Pepper accepted
the invitation to address their
meeting Sunday,- 8:00 p. m. in
Flamingo Park.
Marx Feinberg's golf tourna-
ment still going strong. "Every
dub a winner," says Marx. Call
him at 2-0193.
Final Voice of Youth program
Sunday marked the close of a
most successful youth series.
Miss GcrtrUde Carnovsky, direc-
tor of girls' work, did a super-
human job, and deserves real
credit. She is now touring the
Fifth district, planning bigger
and better youth programs for
the fall.
Thanks to Wallace Maer. an-
other committee on public affairs
member, for his help on the Sept.
6th luncheon.
A sparkling personality, Miss
Beverly Becker, highlighted the
last meeting of the B'nai B'rith
Metropolitan council. Her expe-
rience in the order was most
valuable to the new council. Mrs.
Dena Goldman and Mrs. Tillie
Rosenthal. presidents of the
Women's lodges, have a splendid
worker in Miss Becker.
The writer and Mrs. J. thank the
members of Sholem lodge for the
congratulatory telegrams on the
occasion of their recent nuptials.
Swell guys, these Ben B'ritl
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Egj^SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE ;ffc
:% SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT
charcoai tftttut stvm v.ovstC* e* count** rweo client*
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ft*t._ oria ou* mcirr MMSfvS .-WO* nea noon.;; _
L V OlriNErvi.,SEkVID TILL: \2 MIDNrGHJ -
+m&> for Preservations 9-1244 :<
YOUTH TO DANCE AT Y
Informal youth dances will be
held again this year at the Beach
Y beginning 8:15 p. m, Sunday,
it was announced this week. The
weekly affairs will be open to
boys and girls between the
of'15 and 19.
WANTED
Woman to Cook Meals for
One Adult
831 N. W. 3rd St., Apt. 1
PHONE 2-9407
Wolpert Furniture Co.'s
REMOVAL SALE
NOW!
PRICES CUT 20 to 50%
WANTED
By Local Social Service Aoency
Younq Woman for Interesting
Evening Airport Assignment
Hour* 6 to 12 P.M.
Call Mrs. Finkelstein 3-6554
NOTICE
i
Due to Building Remodeling
Offices of
DR. A. F. FRIEDMAN
OPTOMETRIST
Will Be Temporarily
Located at
2340 S. W. 25th Ave.
Phone 4-5008 for appointment
155 W. Flasler Street
HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES
IN THE NEWLY AIR-CONDITIONED
lETITFILIIiTIKKIE
935 Euclid Avenue : : Miami Beach
(Between 9th and 10th Streets)
RABBI JOSEPH E.
RACKOVSKY
Prominent Rabbi and
Renowned Cantor
Known World-Wide As
"THE YERUSHALMY"
Will Conduct the Services
and
DELIVER THE SERMONS
^serve Your Seats Norte Enioj' e Most
Inspiring and Impressive Services in Our New
AIR-CONDITIONED Budding.
SLICHOS SERVICES. Sat. Night. Sept. 21st. 1:00 A.M
ROSH HASHONA. Sept. 25-26-27 YOM KIPPUR. Oc. 4-5
Ticket, may be purchased at the New-
Euclid Ave.. or at our temporary location, r.
at Sixth St._________________
The Newest Addition to That Splendid Group of
Really Fine Shops Comprising the 41st St. Section
453 41st
Street
WQP Phone
eHMTfiR 5-769 1
MIAMI BEACH
Featuring Kosher Meats
Poultry and Delicatessen
Under the Supervision of Rabbi M. Mescheloff of
Beth Jacob Congregation
Now Open and Ready to Serve You
A complete line of GROCERIES. FRUITS.
VEGETABLES and FROZEN FOODS
Also a Wide Choice of Local and Northern Fish
An Up-to-the-Minute Telephone Service and
Twice Daily FREE-Delivery
,., R- ,Bfln Credit We Pled<3e Exceptional
We Aim to Be a Credit ^^ ThrQugh
to the Community QUALITY and SERVICE
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VeMonaUy ttptaAinq,
(Continued from Page 2)
with Richard Gerstein of Coral
Gables ... Mr. and Mrs. Ma-
rion Ross are vacationing in
New York ... Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Ewen and son, Chick,
of Yarmouth, Me., are visiting
Mrs. Ewen's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Steigman of 142 S.
W. Fifth ave. .
Mrs. Max Rosenstein of 4342
Sheridan ave is convalescing
in Brooklyn after an ear opera-
tion. She is expected to return
home the end of the month .
Mr. and Mrs. William Fried-
man of 1037 S. W. 20th ave.,
have returned alter vacation-
ing several weeks in Hender-
sonville ... Dr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Bernstein and children
have returned to Miami. While
away. Dr. Bernstein took ad-
vanced post-graduate work at
Harvard university ... Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Fishman, 1401 S.
W. 15th St., are spending six
weeks in New York. They will
visit Mr. and Mrs. Irving Tak-
sen and their son, Kenneth,
Miami winter tourists .
Mrs. Henry Seitlin returned
after visiting in Memphis,
Tenn., Hot Springs, Ark., apd
New Orleans, La. Her son,
Pfxvid. is in hit) last year o'
dentistry at Layola university
in New Orleans Mrs. Rose
Natkin is flying to New York
today to be with her sisters for
the holidays Buddy Weis-
sel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Weissel of Coral Gables is
leaving today for Valley Forge
Military academy in Wayne,
Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz and family are in
their new home at 2200 Brick-
ell ave. .
Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen
of 2220 S. W. 19th ter., left
Thursday morning to attend the
Sun Life Assurance company
Conference Director
Describes Activities
Work of the Southern Confer-
Human Welfare in
. racial discrim-
n nd tl e forces which un-
industrial progress in
S ith was outlined by Sam-
Carothers, executive director.
a meeting of the Businss and
Pn fessional Women's division of
Had ssal Mondav evening at the
Bi ach Y.
A me-act play. "Four Women
in Search of an Answer," was
presented by the Misses Sylvia
Levine, Ann P.-.tz, Edyth Fleis-
cher. Reba Shapses and Frances
C per.
Representatives of the FDR
club, American Veterans commit-
tee, Dade County Consumers
council, the League of Women
Shoppers and the Miami Counci
of American-Soviet Friendship
gave reports on the work of their
organizations.
Ni \t meeting of the division
will be held Oct. 14.
PLAN HOME IN MIAMI
convention at Murray Day,
Canada. Their daughter, The-
resa, left with them and the
family will visit their sons
en route to Canada. Miss
Cohen will resume her studies
at Penn State. The Cohens will
travel to Montreal. Canada,
and will cruise to Murray Day.
On their return they will stop
in New York, Baltimore, Penn-
sylvania and Washington .
Mrs. Reuben Rochkind and
daughter. Linda, left this week
'or a vacation in Baltimore and
New York. Dr. Rochkind will
join them in the near future .
Miss Gerstein Weds
David Rosen Sunday
Sunday at 5 p. m. has I een
set for the wedding ceremony of
Miss Muriel Louise Gerstein and
David Rosen at the home of
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. A dinner*
for the immediate family will
follow the ceremony at the Shel-
borne hotc 1.
Miss Marjonc Gerstein will be
maid of honor and Mr. Rosen's
brother, Norman, will be best
man. Following a wedding trip
| Now York, the couple will
reside in Miami while Mr. Rosi n
Studies law at the University of
Miami.
Miss Gerstein is the daughter
if Mr. and Mrs. M< rris Gersti il .
2321 S. W. 21 st., and Mr. Ros n
is the son of Mrs. Anna Rosen,
1215 Meridian ave.. Miami Beach.
SEPTEMBER
Beach IWVTo^
day evening at the
Legion hall, Alton r\
Two more radir* \
lus veterans hospital n^
the total t- four ^
The dos, has sent a re
ao congress urine a T
veterans' ^J"8 ***
Newlyweds Select
Wisconsin Honeymoon
Honeymooning in Wisconsin
are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Aronson,
who were married Sunday at the
Shilborne hotel by Rabbi Max
Shapiro. The bride is the former
Miss Pay Pushkin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Pushkin.
Miss Doris Aronson attended
the bride as maid of honor, and
Mrs. Leon Dower was the matron
of honor. Malcolm Roth was
best man
The couple plan to live in Chi-
ag .
Busy decorating their new home at 2631 S. W. 27th St., are
L. Melvin Katz and his bride of Aug. 27, the former Miss Betty
Letaw. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiated at the double ring
reremony held at Temple Israel.
Following the ceremony, Mrs. Sidney Beskind, sister of the
bride, was hostess at a breakfast at the Versailles hotel.
Mrs. Katz is the daughter of David Letaw of Birmingham,
Ala., and Miami. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Katz who celebrated their 41st anniversary on the same
day as their son's wedding. '.Photo by Harold Spahn)
"Pioneers Since tyf
awning co
. .aflat. '.- n ^v.
1396N.W.jJ6thSU
Awning pricJ
MaY Increasel
While we still have c
large supply of materid, I
a shortage is indicated
Better order before pric*
advance. We store m|
til needed.
PHONE 2-173l|
FOLDING
CHAIRS & TABLES
FOR RENT
OPEN HOUSE
Miss Ethel Hartman and her
fiance, Sam Gremstein, will be
honored at an open house from 3
p. m. Sunday at the Greenstein
home, 2541 Lincoln ave., Coconut
(': ove.
Th< ir wedding
Novi mber
, FOOD PACKAGES for OVERSEAS"
410
'here it a desperate need in Europe for tocos We Dug u
my part of the world. Will mail list of different combini!,-,
ackages that can be shipped. Lloyds of London insures deh.tr,
FOREIGN FOOD RELIEF
Langford Bldg. MIAMI. FLA. Phone 3
will be held in
Lifs Insurance. Estates
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT G ANS
Metropolitan Life Ina. Co.
#07 Blacayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-91
INSURA
Net
1&1
(201INC01N iOU
MIAMI BEACH, FLA
PHONE 5-2978 /
Party Honors Student
Miss Mildred Zalka, who will
leave for Florida State College
'or Women next week, will he
honored by the Tau Alpha
Omega sorority with a farewi
tarty Saturday night. The affair
vill be held at the hi me of Lu-
lllc Gold. 431 N. W 32 ct., at 8
i. m. Al! friends are invitid to
ittend.
TLLami
for Rest
CONVALESCEWCJ
^Chromic Cami
un-RpyPark
eaIth Resort
MIAMI W riAGltft 'IO "COUS-FIOO 0
BEN ESSEN
Keystone
CONSTRUCTION CO.
2236 N. W. Miami Court
PHONE 3 6924
PAINTING
AND
Decorating
INTERIOR and
EXTERIOR ...
LICENSED and
INSURED .
GUARANTEED
WORK ..
No Job Too Large or To> Small
OUR POLICY
THE FIRST TIME
.. WE SERVE YOU
. THE SECOND
TIME YOU
SERVE YOUR-
SELF AFTER
THAT YOU SERVE
THE CUSTOMERS!
UsMM
1141 I. MIAMI AVE. J
Miami's i;:.. r Tub ii ...
DR. EDWARD GOLDBERG
CHIROPODIST PODIATRIST
ANNOUNCES HIS RETURN FROM MILITARY SERVICE
AND THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
AT
817 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
BY APPOINTMENT TELEPHONE 5-131
top son
4-0335
GRADE A PULVERIZED
and PROCESSED MUCK
and MARL. Any Mixture
No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21 st Trrc
Estimates Cheerfully Given
Tlio
Raphaels Hold
IS NOW OPEN
iae STRICTLY KOSHER PUBLIC DINING ROOM
146 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
CATERING FOR CONVENTIONS. PARTIES. SOCIAL
AND RELIGIOUS FUNCTIONS
Reservations at Special Rates
Are Now Being Accepted
ior the
HIGH HOLIDAYS
PHONE 5-31-89
For Information
Beth Jacob Synagogue
301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
GREETS THE COMMUNITY WITH PRAYER
FOR LIFE AND PEACE
MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD
In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Toran
and Community Building throughout the
High Holy Days
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
will preach in English in both buildings
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
renowned lyric baritone
will chant the services, assisted by
well-known Baalei Tefilla
A committee will be at the synagocue *J^*SJ|
on the Sabbath) from 9 a.m. to noon, and from
p.m. for leservation of seats.


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SEPTEMBERJ^J^
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PAGE SEVEN
LAUULHUMLL uunibnLbAT
K WELCOME SERVICE FOR RABB
I id Raab, new spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
babbi DuVia a, ,ne welcoming services this evening at the
t]behonore congregation. Rabbi Raab's sermon
htSr 'he Wings a? Religion."
IwiH >e ^_ .: Ufi is the qrands
(Tel Aviv, he is the grandson of M. S. Raab, who
native ol j petch Tikva, first colony in Palestine.
neoiJDn,W education in the Holy Land. Rabbi Raab
yier h'S TJ-__lnll rte. & R rlanroD utilk
I to
wc pnrlv eaui.uuu *** ------1 -------------------------------
in 1930 He received an A. B. degree with
AmRrook vn coliege and attended the Jewish Theo-
- quinary tochers' institute in New York. Ordained at
IJJTunior, college, C
he also recivea
d his Mas-
L Hebrew
Letters degree
k
an in
years, he was
B'rith
the pa^ two years,
h(, was civilian chap-
S Knox. Bowman Field
icholas General hospital,
spital, he presented
religious broadcasts for
LnYold llstT
earphones. He was also
I at the Darnell General
Danvill.. Ky., for psy-
Ta'lv ill soldiers, and was
I welfare b ard representa-
" soldiers stationed in the
| Louisvill.. h, organized a
tachaptei H. had founded
mlar chapter m Cincinnati
hemd as its president Rab-
,ab is a member of the na-
,1 executive b. ard of Masada
| affiliated with the Zionist
fcization of America.
tore comm t Florida, he
member i f the Louisville
i B'rith and the Jewish Na.-
I Fund council as well as a
of the YMHA board of
kors. He was religious coun-
iuth groups and a
Ber and cochairman of the
Youth c mmission. He
organized ai d taught at an
(Jewish education school in
sville.
((tested in dramatics, he was
mtaoft!... Bureau Players
Cincinnati and is known for
Mrtin the play, "Jeremiah,"
Zweig He is a national
Wive meml er of the Hebrew
committee.
i has served congregations in
City, Mich : Danville, 111.;
kkiyn, N. Y., and Newark,
Raab and Rabbi Max
i of Hollywood have
invited to attend the ses-
of the Greater Miami Rab-
i sociation.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS
ENROLL STUDENTS
Registration of religious school
Students is still open in local
it was announced this
i
Miami Workmen's Circle will
register for its Yiddish school at
10 a.m, Sunday at the Town'Y.
Classes will be taught on Sunday
mornings and Tuesday and
Thursday afternoons at 3:30 p.m.
i-y M. Gleberman.
Enrollment of children for the
Jacob pre kindergarten,
Sunday school and live-day-a-
week Talmud Torah departnv nts
will continue from 4 to 7 p.m.
nexl week at the synagogue of-
fice.
Miami Jewish Orl lox Con-
gregation will hold official regis-
tration from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Mom;., | will be U)e
Rev. Maurice M m ihes, Miss
Josephine Berman and Joseph
Malek.
Students of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center may register daily
from 9 a m. t S p.m. in the office.
Classes are held from 3:30 to 7
p.m.
Registration is also being held
by Beth David. Temple Israel
and Timple Beth Sholom.
FOLK CHORUS BEGINS
WINTER REHEARSALS
Opening of its winter rehear-
sals is announced by the Greater
Miami Jewish Folk Chorus,
which held its first meeting of
the season Tuesday evening at
Beth David.
Rehearsals will be held weekly
at the synagogue beginning next
l'uesuay evening under the direc-
tion of Louis Powesky. A new
r. pei tone of Jewish songs and
cantatas will be studied.
Several social at'tairs will be
aeid by the chorus. First ot tnese
WUI be a dinner to honor Mr.
cowesKy on Oct. 20th.
Reservations may be made
wnn Mrs, Augusta tsirnberg, sec-
etary. persons wishing to jon.
,ne enorus may also contact Mrs.
uirnberg.. ____
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EMCO FABRICS COMPANY OF MI-
AMI, at 19 N. W. 20th St.. Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said Dm
with the Ulerk of the Circuit Court of
Dude County. Florida.
WII.1,1AM GOLDBERG.
Sole owner.
S/23-30 9/6-13-20
LfcUAL NOTlCtS
.NUl'll r. us iii.Ki.i'.V UIVEN that
. >........-.-,...u. uviin.n lu engage "'
i.....I nit- imm"ti> it.Hue O.
.USlll
...i.i.i. i .-..i.i..-. > w.oi inc.;, ai
.... I-. riag.vl ...i'-.. Auaml, r lorida.
l.. .vgisler saiu name wiln
.1' . '.uii UoUiity. Florida.
mi KKA l ALBERT.
13-20-2? lu/4-11
IRVING FRANKS HOLD
DUAL CELEBRATION
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff has
been elected lo lhe national ex-
ecutive committee of the Sabbath
council, an organization which
includes the Sabbath committees
of every Jewish organization in
When Mr. and Mrs. Irving |
Frank, 500 14th st., announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Anne, to Jack Stein Sunday
evening at the Clover club, they
also celebrated their 22nd anni-
versary at the affair. They were
nosts to 40 of their friends.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadora
Stein, 801 Eighth St., the bride-
groom-elect attended New York
university prior to serving four
years with the Army.
Formerly of Bayonne, N. J.,
the Frank family is making its
home in Miami. The couple plan
to reside in Miami after their
wedding sometime next year.
[rv. the country.
LEGAL NOTICES *
Mill. I. ,s HEREBY GIVEN that
lhe unueisigned, uesuiug in engage lli
uusiness iinuer the iicliuous name oi
i i,.v>ii' & 1.1 ii.i'ii.'iiu, at j2*e
N. W. 2llh AVe., IllU-nU to registei
said name wun toe ierK oi the Cir-
cuit eVun ol u.iue County. Florida.
111.HIE Ri >.S|-..N 1 IIAl.
money WASHERMAN
1'ai'tners
21 ID.1-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ess undei the Fictitious name ol
|i H. II-. s l,i NCHEi 'M: I'll-:. .,i 23
\. K Firs! A\e., Miami, Fla., Intends
to n -i-i' i bh Id iiann ith lhe !lei k
'.f tit.- Circuit Courl ol Uade Count>,
Florida.
NATE UOEBEL
Sole iwner.
SAM SILVER,
Atlurne\ for Applicant.
II".. Co gn Uldg.
13-20-27 1" l-ll
sert Party For OES
:- Alfred N< eb, past grand
fror., will sponsor a dessert
I rty at 1 p. m. Tuesday
.'i Miami W i n'a club. The
lirwill benefit the benevolent
1 welfare coi.imittee of the
md chaptei I Florida, Order
astern Star.
fservatioi be made by
ling 2-5537 or 3-3910.
[Kitting the guests will be
Bernard Simon, state wel-
chairman; Mrs. Frank A.
I wife of the most wor-
Jfal grand master; Mrs. Mollie
E wn, grand instructor, and
f James C. Mixson, commit-
nember,
AZA 322 Wins Title
AZA chapter 322 of Miami re-
turned from the state convention
with the basketball champion-
ship They defeated the Jackson-
ville team. 33-30. Debates, elec-
tions and social events marked
the annual Labor Day weekend
parley in Tampa.
Joe Reisman. a Miamian, was
elected to head the group for
the coming year. The first vice
presidency was also given to a
Miami boy, Harold Weinbeig.
On the social agenda were a
juke dance Saturday night at
the Tampa Y, a luncheon there
on Sunday, a barn dance Sunday
night, and a formal banquet and
dance at the Hillsborough hotel
Monday evening.
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned are engaged III buai-
nesa under the fictitious name of
CHIEF FROZEN FOOD STORES, at
918 Eveiglanes Concourse, Miami
Beach, Uade County, Florida, and al
1141-1143 West Flagler Strei '. Miami,
Uade County. Florida, and Intend t"
registei the fii titioua m...... In the
ffli of the Clei k of the I 'In Jit
Courl of Uade County, Florida.
IlKN LEVIN
SHIKI.EY LEVIN
CHARLES HKOMER
Sole lw I.- : -
UKORUE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for Applicants.
9 8-IJ-20-2" 10 l
NOTICE IS lll-.UKllV UIVEN thai
the uiidersigiieu, deairing to engage n.
uusiness under the iietmous name u.
UA.s.\.-, al 3i4-7ti .N. W. uth St.,
ami, i-i.i. intends to regiater sau.
name with the Clerk oi tne Cirouli
Couit ot Uade County. Florida.
DANIEL KALL1N.
aoie owner.
10 '.' >i-VS _______
NOTICE ; HEREBY UIVEN tha.
the underslgueu, deainng to eiiKaKe li.
liuslneoS under the fictitious name p.
I. .v K I.I.M Hl-.uNEITE. at 131 N
i: 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., intend U
reglslel said name with the Clerk o.
the Circuit Court of Uade CXiunty.
Florida.
RAYMOND Rt IE
LILLIAN URESSLER
HARRY I'll; I Z.
Attorney for Applicants.
M : i,-lJ-Ll)-:7
NOTICE IS HEREBY <;i\ EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under lhe rictltlouH name of
SLIMS SERVICE STATION, al I] ;
N \V n,|| si ml.-inls In registei
sa'ld name with the Clerk of_the Ir-
cUlt Courl of [Mule Cpijmy. Florida.
william uoi.nai blN.
.-.-. .. i iwner.
v ::.....I-13-20-2J ^^___
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage u.
business under the lictitlous name o
K'MIERS LMl'i-iRTERS. at 33 N. Mlain
Avenue, Miami, Kla., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of th.
Circuit Court ol Uade County, Honda
HERMAN RUBIN
EAE S. RUBIN
MAX K SILVER,
Attorney for I'etitioners.
II 23-30 9/6-13 _____________
SALE OF SEATS
FOR
OF
I Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation
15<5 S. W. Third St
DavL?MMENCE SUN-
T0NoMr?MRNING 10 A'M-
llB2r?il5d EVENINGS
^gAFTER From 9
Martin Wucher Resigns
Martin S. Wucher. charter
president of the Miami Beach
Youth Center and originator ot
the project, resigned Tuesday
night. He plans to move to Ala-
bama for business.
A special meeting oi the group
will be called next week to elect
a new head. The building on the
Miami Beach Municipal Golf
course has been renovated ana
is being equipped for the center.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HARRY'S SANDWICH SHOP, a .-
V W 5th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intend
.. rVglste" said name with the lerk
"f HI circuli Court of Dade County.
Kl",il1'' davID KEMELHAR
SAM E. COHEN
PRANK E. SOLOMON,
Vttdrne) for Applicants.
8, lMB-30 9 8-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
of
Circuli cunt of
COMPANY :ii"l
Si Miami.
,,,, fntends to register said narn.
with the rierk of th
tade L'oun^ F!ridaBR
1 sou Owner.
MAX R SILVER.
Attorney f'" PetlUoner.
6-13 _________
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE is hereby given that Henn
p Startler, holder as assignee of Cil)
of Miami Tax C^tificate N umbel ci.
1831, dated he ith day of June. A.U.
i;.ll. has filed said tVrliilcale in in
oflice, and has made application Wi
lax deed to issue thereon In aoCOTd-
.. with law. Said Certificate em;
oraces the f.iilowing described prop-
, rty. situated In Uade County. Hoiida
10 Loft' 12 UJock S. West End Park
Amended. Plat Book. 0, page !- ''
the City of Miami, County of Uade.
S'r''.."aJen, of said propert>
under the Certificate issued tu In tti
name of Unknown. Unleea "Cer-
lit "ate shall be redeemed according.
aw, tax deed will Issue thereon on
he I Mi day ot September. AD. 146.
Dated this 1Mb day of August. A.D.
:;',:; g,Urt f-niKKMAN;
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Uade County. Florida.
I'.v N. C- STEKKETT. D.O.
8/16-23-SU U/6-13 .__________,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722. Arts of 1B11
File A-101S9 ,
NOTICE IS HKKKIIY GIVEN that
M. Harkins. holder of County lax
Cerlilicates No, 2010 and 403S. issued
lhe 5th day of June, A.U. 1944. has
illeil same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to bo
issued Ihereon. Said Certificates em-
brace the following described prop-
erty. Ill the County of Uade. State of
i-'lo'rida. to wit:
l/,t 17, Hlock 129, Miami Shores
S.ct 6, a Sub., Plat Hook 10. PUHl,
in the County of Uade. Slate of 'or-
da, as embraced In Certificate .No.
lull) The assessment of said prop-
erty under the said Certificate Issued
was In the name of B. W. Wlgtney.
Ia>1 3. Hlock 2. Hibiscus Plan*.-, a
Subdivision. Plat Book 3, Page 110. In
.he County of Uade, State of Florida,
as embraced in Certificate No. 40S8.
The assessment of said property under
the said Certificate issued was In the
name .:f Rae Somberg.
Unless said Certificates shall lie re-
deemed according to law, the properly
described therein will be sold to the
Highest bidder at the Court Ilouso
door on the first Monday in the month
of October. A.D. 146. which is tho
7th day of October, A.D. ISM*.
Dated this 21st day of August. 1916.
U. 11. LEATHEKMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Bv N. C. STERRETT. D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
S/23-30 9/6-13_________ _____
IN COUNTY J LUCES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLOltlDA
No. 17132
RE: Estate of HERMAN 11. UEU-
IA1FF, deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOT1UE is hereby given that 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Filial Discharge as Administratrix of
lhe estate of HERMAN H. DEDLOF*.
deceased; and that on the 30th day of
September, l'Jlii, will apply to the
ilonorable W. F. Dlanton. County
Judge of Uade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
lhe estate of Herman 11. Uedloff. de-
ceased. ...
This 19th day of August, l'.MO.
CEDLIDA M. DEDLOFF
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administratrix.
i/23-30 9/6-13-20____________ ________
NOTICE IS HKKKIIY UIVEN that
.he undersigned, desiring to engage in
jusiness under the fictltous name of
\-Z SUPER SECRETARIAL SER-
v'ltlE. at 223 E. Flagler Street. Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Uade County, Floridu.
FRANCES ZWIHACK
OLUA ABERMAN
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Applicants
j/23-30 9/4-13-20________________________
.nT THE COUNTY JUDUE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 173S7
In Re: Estate of HARRY CLOTT.
1 >e. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
:laving Claims or Demands Against
Slid Estate: ,
You. and each of you. ore hereby
lotified and required to p.esent any
laims and demands which you. or
ither of you, may have against the
state of HARRY CLOTT, deceased.
ate of Miami Beach, Dade Coun'.v.
.-lorida, to the Hon. \V. P. BLANTON,
ounty Judge of Dade CXunty. and
He the same in his office in the
ounty Courthouse in Dade County.
iloridn, within eight calendar months
rom the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
ontaln the legal address of the claim-
mt and to be sworn to and presented
:s aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act
LENA CLOTT.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of HARRY CLOTT, Deceased
First publication on August 16th.
1946.
BURNETT ROTH. .....
Attorney for Administratrix.
i/16-23-30 9/6-13__________
Lodge Plans Golf Meet
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will sponsor a golf tournamen
in October. Between 25 and SO
members are expected to enter
the meet, says Marx Fcinb,i g.
chairman. Prizes will be awarded
and games will be played at th.
Bayshore. Miami Springs, ana
Miami Shores courses. Thosein-
terested may call Mr. Feinberg
at his office, 2-0193.
inTICB is HEREBY GIVEN that
ii,i:.\N"i: KALER
& A^Hcant.
,,,.-, Congresi Bid
S/16-2J-30 /
u in T.I'I'.V QIVEN thai
NOTICE 18 H r.l.i-i ln
"" '""'"'::" ', ,i i.iinus na......;'
business under tne i h atrettl
S'^B^ch^nrid.! intend, to .ref:
NOTICE IS HEREBYarVEN tha'
lhe undersigned, desiring to engage In
LnslnewSunder the lictitlous name o
l'1"1"1'- KlUTH I- MAY.
Sole Owner.
MYERS. IIE1MAN A KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
s 16-28-30 /*>___________________
'""vl'if.i'iAM'A. R08BOTRa
PAUUNE ROSENBEBO
IS VAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicants.
S, 16-23-30 3 1-11
''',ii:,,'.;,uVf. 'tu.-h.n
605 Lincoln "'.
Miami Beach. Pl.
6/16-23-30 9/6-13
^7c7[c7 IS HEREBY GIVEN that
''-'"'^'mulI^^h^^ctfilous'r^S
''"rNlMCNTY CLEANERS, at 1120 S.
U"M^!,1 Slle\.CMland F.a .mend ^o
Florida.
BENJAMIN BECK
AUT"STEINBERG
siLVEF
vlu...ey for P
s/16-23-30 9/6-13
M^to?neyS,f^EpRet.tioner..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious amne of
MODERN HOUSEKEEI'ING SIK)1 .
at S17 8. W. 18th Ave.. Miami. Ha.,
intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or
Dade County, Florida__,__-
KENNETH S. CARPKN ri-.R,
Sole Owner.
SEYMOUR J SIMON.
Attorney for Applicant.
9/13-20-27 10/4-11 _________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name .f
BENNETT WHOLESALE t O-. at ."
N- E First Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intenda
,N register said w'*h.thf. "'V?
of the Circuit Court of Dade county,
in0rWa' AL OSHEROFF
9/13-20-27 10/4-11_______________________
NOTICE IS HERERY OJVEN. Pttr-
suant to the "Fictitious Name Stat-
ute" that the undersigned, doing
business under the IJeUttaaa:narn^ X
vml I V nnd MAC KOSI1KK ir.i.i
CATESSEN RESTAURANT, locat-
^Teg'isPer si,;,, nctit.oiis name taUg
formerly known as
MOLLY WAGNER
MAC MERMELL
NATHANIEL J. KLEIN.
Attorney for Applicants.
0 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Fla.
9/13-20-27 10/1-11
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TWO MIAMI BOYS received honors a. the Tampa convention of state AZA 'haP*"nt*
Joe Reisman. of Miami chapter 322. was elected state president, and Harold Wemberg Mi
ami Sigma Rho chapter, was named vice president. Pictured here (left to rirfrt)are Ted
Winner, president of Tampa's AZA chapter; Weinberg. Reisman. Joel Fyvolent. Tampa, con-
vention chairman, and David Fyvolent. St. Petersburg, sergeant-at-arms.________________
Da bu ^ir\i U
Mr. and Mrs. Cy Coverman,
1421 N. W. Firci St., are the
parents of a girl, Esta Minna,
who was born Saturday at
Victoria hospital. The mater-
nal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Adelman .
Leslie James, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Feldman, 158
Ocean dr., was born Aug. 23
. Ross Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Spencer Glatzer,
936 Pennsylvania ave., Sept.
3 ... Jo June, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James John Kauff-
mann. 2720 S. W. 16th ter.,
Aug. 30 .
Jack David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Arnold Goldfield,
140 N. Miami ave., was born
Aug. 22 Sharon Lee, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Charles Weintraub. 4964 S.
W. 18th rd., Aug. 22 Bar-
bara Norine. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Kurland, 2270
S. W. 20th St., Aug. 20 .
Joyce Irene, -daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Alex Naness.
1028 Collins ave., Aug. '22
Barbara Lynn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Max Bar-
nett, 120 N. E. Second ave.,
Aug. 19 Lawrence Stuart,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Harvey Daum, 2221 S. W. 24th
ter., Aug. 6 Rochelle Linda,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Finder, 430 76th st., Aug. 24 .
Caron Gail, daughter of Mr.
Public Relations Expert
To Aid Federation
Community Calendar
Milt rela-
tions i i\ t, w ill ai hen
early in < >> tobi to direct the
icitj : > I
Jewish Federation.
Well known tor .-. with
!" iu I .I> ish Ap] ; id Ni ''
Yoi k F< li MalakofI
be < e for ;! y< ar. His major
work will bi in < ni ecti n with
the Fedi ration fund di i\ i
Aid ill be the Ft
tion pul 'lit ity comn itl i h ad< d
by Harry B >y II. Membi rs of
the ei mmitti e are Mi -. Harold
t, Harold Ungerleider, M. J.
iwitz and Mrs. Pearl Guld-
TO HOLD INF DINNER
A con munity calendar, listing
events -puns, red by local Jewish
zations, will be kept again
this year by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Org inizations are asked to call
Federation to clear dates of
i vents they plan to sponsor.
Rose Chapter To Meet
1' ..::.- : : ,i Jewish Ni I
dinm were made by the
I r W' met ation,
No One, at a board meeting
:.. Mrs. H< nry Seitlin,
lent, repoi ts.
The dinner, I i b. hi Id Dec. 15,
lub' first big affair
and Mrs. Raymond R. Weiss.
2468 S. W. 23ra St., Aug. 18 .
v"ickie Ann, daughter of Mr.
tnd Mrs. Jack Schneider, 1552
Washington, ave., Aug. 19 .
The Rose chapter of B'nai
li "nth Women will meet at 8 p.m.
Monday at the home of Miss
Patricia Blau, 2907 Sheridan ave.,
Miami Beach. Plans will be
made for the coming membership
drive. A religious program will
follow the meeting.
WANTED
Part-time Permanent Secre-
tary for Miami Beach Lodge
B'NAI B'RITH
PHONE 5-0026
GIRL STUDENT
6'j Ye.irs Old. Wants Room ,-ind
3o.ird with Fine Jewish Family.
Would sh.ire room. Write
MRS JAY
C.ire of The Jewish Flordun
Box 29/3 Mi.imi 18. Fla.
You Kx|MM*l
Ami Of
You Are I initial
To Honest, lt<*liall<>
Ami lniHli<>iii
llsiiiilliiig Oft'
Your
RE A I, ESTAT1
PROBLEMS
SEE
I. S. Shapoff, Realtor
2204-2206 S. W. 27th Ave.
Off Coral Way Phones 48-260048-2609
3
BETH DAVID
Congregation
"Miami's Pioneer
Congregation"
HIGH H0LIDHV
SERUICE5
will be conducted at
THE SYNAGOGUE
139 N. W. 3rd Avenue
COMMENCING
ROSH HASHONA
Wednesday Evening
September 25
JUNIOR SERVICES
at
BETH DAVID
TALMUD TORAH
--------
Members who have reser-
vations are urged to pick
up tickets immediately to
avoid last minute contu-
sion.
PHONE 9-3469
MJOC WOMEN TO PLAN
CUTURAL PROGRAM
Emphasis on its cultural pro-
gram will be made by ihe Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Sisterhood board when it meets
at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday to outline
the year's plans. The meeting
will be held at the Talmud Torah.
1545 S. W. Third st.
Officers of the Sisterhood are
Mrs. E. Karger, president; Mrs.
M. Kupferstein and Mrs. Leo Ro-
tenberg, vice presidents; Mrs. S.
Geltner, recording'secretary; Mrs.
D. Oehs, financial secretary; Mrs.
A. M. Bear, treasurer; Miss F.
Pfeffer, corresponding secretary.
Members of the board are the
Mesdames L. Lazar, M. Mintzer.
A. Pepper, M. Rappaport, M.
Rifas, H. Rothenberg, A. Sand,
E. Shocet, K Simon, D. Singer,
G. Solinger.
carter, this J^S
to remain in &***
tenth floor f tq">
""AS!
execute director/M
l0"'--'"^ a Beach SI
1S expected that Fed ^1
m?,nt one ujjf
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^OUSTBROSft?;
Ir-theiEST'*'1
WANTED
Stenographer for modern, air-
conditioned law office. Harold
Shapiro. 927 Lincoln Rd.. Mi-
ami Beach, Fla. Phone 58-2248.
F OR REN1.
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13, 1946
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U-jty Is Offering
Subscriptions
bu
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CMiami symph' "> *""
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Hadassah Plans
For Coming Year
LAWYER MADE FIRST NAZI-FREE HOLIDAYS
POSSIBLE FOR JEWS IN SOUTHERN FRANCE IN 1944
i
meet-
' ',f,lhc'
Hadas-
I ome of
b, held
"' .Prie.90
at iJo
ill be for-
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year s
SYDNEY WEINTRAbB
Heads Aged Home Drive
ANT MY MILK
Chairman of the $75,000 build-
ing fund campaign of the Jewish
Home for the Aged is Sydnej L.
Weintraub, Miami attorney.
Weintraub secured the $10,000
which started the Home last
year. The original contribution
was made by Adam Rics, ;i elient
of Weintraub's.
The drive will finance an ad-
ditional building, now under con-
struction at S. W. 12 ave. and
Fourth st.
A dedication banquet will end
the campaign in a few months.
I
AUGUST BROS fty
r" la the BEST.* *
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I HOMOGENIZED
Itamin D" Milk
Jt Producto"
Dacro Prott* ad
1.2-2621
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Our Farm at
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MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
806 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 6-6(61
'' n LI Col. M. M. Isenberg
d in Southern France in
August, 1944, pei the
3evenl nce tnerC|
e did
to lp the. French Jews open
ues for
Hi !.v 1)
It was the first lime in four
and one-half years that the
Jewish people of France could
worship without fear of Nazi
terrorism. To prevent anyone
from intimidating the wor-
shippers. Col. Isenberg posted
MP's at the temples and at-
tended the services himself.
C I. 1st nberg, who i
food enf | attorney
for tli OPA in ith Florida
after his dischai gi tron thi army
last ettlii
tici oi law at
the Olj i ia
Afti erving in Africa and
Italy, the colonel w< nt into
Fiance by gli li I the first
airborne task force which was
then bai ed in Italy, Landing by
paracl la back in-
jury wl ich hospitalized him for
a month after his return I
Col. Isenberg was in charge of
all military police operations
after the landing. Under his com-
mand also w< re criminal investi-
gations and the stockades for
prisoners of war and American
disciplinary purposes. In the first
day, his men took 5,000 prisoners.
One of the first big tasks that
Col. Isenberg directed was the
i jtablishment of traffic controls
to speed the invading Alia.- over
roads and bridges. He also co-
ordinated traffic controls in the
cities with the civilian polio
At the request of Gen. Joseph
Dillon, deputy provost marshal
general of the ETO. Col. Isen-
berg later joined the first Al-
lied airborne army as provost
marshal in control of all mili-
tary police operations of air-
borne divisions in Europe. The
colonel had served under Dil-
lon at Ft. Meyer, Va.
Col. Isenberg was the man who
put Monte Carlo off limits to
American troops. He was the first
Ami rican to enti r the little prin-
cipality of Monaco (site of the
famous gambling spot), which
was prohibited to our troops be-
1 ause it was a neutral principal-
ity.
In all Isenberg spent two years
overseas. During the last eight
ficer of MP's at Ft. Sheridan, 111.
A member of the first hand-
picked MP class which attended
the provost marshal general
school at Ft. Meyer, Va., he later
became chief of the school's law
department where officers and
officer candidates detailed to
military government received
their legal and criminal investi-
gation training.
Just before going overseas he
directed the discipline of close
to one million troops in his capa-
city of provost marshal of the
Desert training center in the
California-Arizona maneuver
area.
For his work with the OPA
this winter, Col. Isenberg re-
months, he was provost marshal I ceived a letter from Joseph Mc-
of thi I.yon district of France. Namara, regional head of the food
i at 14.000 square mile area, section, commending him on
ho had jurisdiction over disciplin-1 "The vigorous, yet fair manner
American troops and coordi-
i military activities with
those of the Ficnch civilians.
Hi fore r< turning to the states,
he reci ived a special visa to tour
Switzerland in a private car pro-
by linger Lapraz of the
Swiss diplomatic corps. Lapraz
was one of the many notables
with whom Isenberg became ac-
quaints!. Others were Eduard
Herriot, ex-president of France
and now n ayi r of Lyon; Baron
de R< uter of the famous news
agency, and Frank Jay Gould,
son of the railroad magnate.
Gould has promised to visit Isen-
berg here on his first trip back
to the states since World War I.
Th< colonel entered the army
as a first lieutenant in March,
1941, aftei practicing law in Chi-
cago tor 11 years. He was in
charge of recruit training in Illi-
. Michigan and Wisconsin be-
fore becoming commanding of-
in which enforcement was ac-
complished in Miami and which
held down food prices" in this
district during Col. Isenberg's
tenure.
Col. Isenberg is making his
home at 3888 N. W. Second ter.
with his wife and seven year-old
daughter.
PAA GIVES $30,000
TO HOSPITAL DRIVE
* jionKpn sSt* vov 1"*
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Y Has Sports Program
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. S-7301
Beet carefor chronic sick, conva-
lescent and elderly people
SANF.L BEER. M. D., Director
Reasonable Prices
HuaLarge Beautiful Grounds,^^
OUBY
HINTING
IC0RP.
An extensive sports program
for children between the ages of
6 and 14 is now be ing offered by
tl Beach Y from 3 to 5:30 p. m.
Monday through Friday.
Relays, volleyball, softball,
shuffleboard, ping pong, horse-
shoe pitching and newcomb ball
arc among the games played.
Children are invited to par-
ticipate. ^________
WHEN YOU TAKE VITAMINS
Beach Home Auxiliary
Plans Fall Program
Miami Beach Women's auxil-
iary to the Jewish Home for the
Ag d will hold its first Fall board
meeting early in October, Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, president, an-
nounces.
Mrs. Sherry is calling the first
regular nueting of the season for
Oct. 15.
The auxiliary's summer project,
conducted by Mrs. Benjamin Ap-
pel, will be concluded in Nov-
ember.
A contribution of $30,000 was
given by the Pan American
World Airways to Greater Mi-
ami's Mercy hospital campaign.
The second largest cash donation,
the PAA gift brought the cam-
paign past the $700,000 mark.
Humphrey W. Toomey, PAA
Latin-American division man-
ager, made the presentation to
General Chairman George C.
Estill.
The proposed 300-bed hospital,
which will be operated by the
Florida Sisters of St. Joseph, will
be located on 40 acres on the
south side of the Deering estate.
It will be owned and controlled
by Mercy Hospital, Inc., a non-
profit corporation, whose trustees
represent a cross-section of Dade
county citizens, without regard
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Study Juvenile Detention
Sherwood Norman, represen-
tative of the National Probation
association, arrived from New
York Monday to make a study
eif local juvenile detention facil-
ities.
The study will be sponsored
e c unty commission, juve-
nile court judge. Council of Social
Agencies and the Community
Chest.
Miami Women Continue
Dime Campaign for Aged
Aiding the project to finance
an addition to the Jewish Home
for the Aged, now under con-
struction, the Miami Women's
auxiliary is continuing its "Dime
for a Dream" fund campaign.
Distribution of additional books
to be filled with dimes was made
this week. Information regarding
contributions or books may be
obtained by contacting the chair-
man of the campaign, Mrs. Mur-
ray J. Shulman. 542 S. W. 13 ave*
telephone 2-4957.
Assisting in the campaign are
Mrs. Harry Danziger, treasurer,
and Mrs. Louis Herzog, president
of the auxiliary.
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FRIDAY,
SOMBER


U. S. UN REPLACES SHERTOK
IN IMPORTANT JEWISH AGENCY POST
By MILTON BROWN
Ask the average American Jew to name an outstanding
woman Zionist leader and you're bound to hear but one name,
that of Henrietta Szold, of course. But ask the very same gues-
tion in Palestine and there is every possibility that another name
may be givenGoldie Meirson.
As acting head of the political department of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, in these crucial days of Jewish history.
Mrs. Meirson has had placed upon her resolute shoulders a
heavy burden.
Replacing Moshe Shertok, the detained Jewish leader who
is interned at the Laturn prison ,.... i ,u i, .. c.i
, with a. She h'ur.d that her tei-
camp along with several other........ .,
,. ., low chalutzim would not puinit
Jewish Apencv leaders. Mrs. ,
M1 .- .her to attend meetings ano con-
Meirson, who is usually referred venti0] ,, .,,,. ,
to as Goldie by the majority of Palestine without selected
her fellow citizens in Palestine, as I i representative.
faces her hardest task in more
than three deeades of zealous,
productive work in behalf of the
Yishuv's development.
Mrs. Meirson is a strong-
willed, action-minded person
whose idealism dates back to
the time when she was a young
school teacher at the Wisconsin
State Normal school. After
graduating as a teacher, she
became interested in the then
budding Zionist movement.
Once interested in anything
and this is a quality which has
typified her throughout her
lifeshe began to read and
study all the available informa-
tion about the Zionist move-
ment. And what she read and
learned must have made a
deep impression on the sober-
minded Goldie, because after
consulting with her husband
whose Zionist ideas coincided
with her own, the young Meir-
sons left the United States to
take up the hazardous, uncer-
tain life of chalutzim in the
settlement of Merchavia.
Mrs. Meirson took upher duties
with all the nest ness of her
being Shi w rked hard all day
in the fields, shirking no un-
pleasant tasks l)i cause she was
either a woman 01 a teacher.
Thus she won thi 1< ve and ad-
tion and respect of all her
f< How chalutzim. In thi eve-
nings she learned Hebrew, sue-
i : ng so well that she is '
ken for a nativi -born Pal-
stinian.
/1'- I i Yishuv gn w, m num-
bers, in experience, in wisdom, in
idealism, Goldie Meirson grew
Gradually her powers of
deep concentration, of great
strength and inner resourceful-
ness, of an uncanny under-
standing of complex issues, de-
veloped !o a point where she
became an active member of
the executive committee of the
Histadruth, Palestine's labor
federation.
From Sunday morning until
Fridaj i nyor.c hi i k: ows
Goldie M, irson even slightly will
tell y >u, const, nt Ij on the
en. commuting by bus between
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, meeting
with lay-
men, newspapermen, visitors
from all parts of thi i Id Sh
still finds time for light talk with
her friends down
the step r the Histadruth's Tel
Aviv building i catch a train
or bus.
It is said, although her friends
doubt it. that she tries hard to
rest on Friday evenings and Sat-
urdays. Each Sunday, when she
begins her vvi ek ol lab i.
promises hi r children t; at next
Sabbatl hi ". pend tl e day
with them. Bui i ach time
"Shabbos" rolls around there is
still mui I : be done.
Last Passover when .lews in
Palestine went on .1 ungi 1 -ink,
to protesl the bl 1 kadi ol the
refugei vi 1 Fede, Goldie's
friends prat tically g< d her
not in go through with hei
but in her calm, detern im d way
she neithi I to them nor
to the doctoi and did what she
felt ii r consi ience 1 mpellc d.
On the four in asii ns
turni d to the
Dr. Landman Dies. Was
Encyclopedia Editor
NEW YORK (WNS)Dr. Isaac
Landman, 05. president-elect of
the Synagogue Coucil 0/ America,
editor-in-chief of the Universal
Jewish Encyclopedia and rabbi
ol the Congregation Beth Elohim,
Brooklyn, N. Y., died here Sept.
3 of a heart atlaek.
A leader in the movement for
intcr-falth amity, he was in 1919
representative of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
. nd the Central Conference of
American Rabbis at the Pans
peace conference, where he urged
inclusion in the League of Na-
tions covenant guarantees for re-
ligious liberty.
Dr. Landiman was horn in Sudi-
kov, Russia and was brought to
I country at the age of 10. He 4.
received a B.A. degree at the
University ol Cincinnati and his
rabbinical dtgree at the Hebrew
Union College in 1906.
Hi became editoi of the Amer-
ican Hebrew in 1918 and from
1928 in 1931 d< veiled all his time
in the development of that jour-
nal and t" the planning of the
tel \ olume Universal Jewish
Encyclopedia, which he nurtund
to completion in 1943.
Dr. Landman leaves a widow,
1 formei Beatrice Eschner; two
us. Amis and Davis; a daugh-
ter. Mrs. Piern Palmer Jr.; a
iiother. the Rev. Solomn Land-
mai : a sister, Mrs. James Mat-
thews, and a granddaughter.
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Commissioner Dies
X P, "Neighbor" Lowrey,
1 unty commissioner, died Sun-
day afternoon in Jackson Memo-
rial hospital at the age of 66
after a nine month's illness. He
had been elected to a fmir-y, ar
term as a commissioner in Nov-
ember. 1944.
A resident of Florida sinee
1924, hi was elected to the coun-
ty commissii n in 1936. He was
chairman of the five-man board
for 14 months ending December,
1942.
U i State.-.. Mrs. Meirson has
impressed people here with her
rare virtuethe same idealistic
spirit which moved her to set
aside the comforts of a teacher's
life in Milwaukee and assume the
life of ti chalutz.
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SEPTEMBERJ312946_
*Jewlslifhrkteuj
PAGE ELEVEN
Wptween You and Me"
I ^ By BORIS SMOLAR
. ht i<)46, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
L^E PARLEY:
R or not. British For-
L.er ** Bevm-for
ran,i.Jew1Sh utterances-is
Lndiy towards the ,dea
Le being partitioned in-
f h and an Arab state
Ta other member, of the
fAnet are definitely un-
towards th^ idea .
Ct his is what Bevin told
fL It the Jewish Agency
fc then they negotiated
fc ta Paris onth.tvt;
heduled opening of the
Conference on Palest.ne.
few also let you in on
,hal some members of
Lecutive, though they
I lik# l0 see a Jewish
Uablished on both sides
, Jordan, will not feel un-
I if Britain imposes its
(.opposed "federalitat on
They will, naturally.
m against the impoeition.
L. will not oppose it loo
,!y after it has been
ipon the Yishuv .. They
that "federalization" can
I any worse for Palestine
the present situation there
lXnd in this respect they
the views of certain
groups inside and outside Pal-
estine with whom they usually
disagree on the Jewish State
issue
On the other hand some mem-
bers of the Agency executive who
believed in good faith that they
could win over the American and
BvUish governments to the "par-
tition" idea, may have to pay
as losers Already prepar-
ations arc being made by the
American Zionist leadership to
cause them trouble at the forth-
coming World Zionist Congress
in November And in this
respect the convention of thi
Zionist Organization of America
next month will probabJy serve
as a prelude ."it will be the
most interesting ZOA convention
ever held .
THE AMERICAN SCENE:
Proponents and opponent- of
admission of 50,000 European dis-
placed Jews to the United States,
as suggested by President Tru-
man, are preparing for a big
fight in Congress .. White House
circles are taking note especially
of the fact that neither the Demo-
cratic nor the Republican party
conventions of New York State
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. RpcentanTe
I Palm Beach Man
i Mildred Feller
U'.dred M. Feller, daugh-
[jeseph Feller of Brooklyn,
larred to Henry I. Gold-
/ Wst Palm Beach Sunday
wr. bv the twin cantors of
J Sinai, Brooklyn. Rabbis
j and Leon Epstein offici-
|t the ceremony which was
by a reception in the
|Room of the temple. Mr.
Rin is the son of the Louis
Kins of West Palm Beach.
Kiel Feller was her sister's
lo! honor an:l Mrs. Samuel
1FA
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K-CREAM-ICE CREAM
Green, sister of the bridegroom.
was matron of honr. Bridesmaids
were the Misses Sally Freeberg,
Lillian Wassennan, Bette Davis
and Mynette Garfinkle. Irving
Sidney Feller, the bride's brother.
was best man.
Mrs. Goldstein attended high
school in Brooklyn and was grad-
uated from Spencir College for
Women where she was active in
several sororities. Before h< r
marriage she was secretary to the
senior psychiatrist of the Jewish
Board of Guardians.
The bridegroom, a native of
Key West, is a graduate of Key
West High school. He later lived
in Miami and went to the Univer-
sity of Miami, where he served on
the staff of the school's first an-
nual publication. A resident of
Palm Beach for the past 18 years.
he is acting manager of a build-
ers supply firm which he organ-
ized.
Discharged from the armed
forces after two years' service,
Mr. Goldstein is a member of
the American Legion.
After a honeymoon to Canada
and Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein
will make their temporary home
at 2007 N. Poincietta, West Palm
Beach 'while their new home is
being completed.________
the largest Jewish-voting state in
the countrysupported the Presi-
''''" x Not to men-
tion the outspoken opposition of
Richard B, Russel, chairman ol
the Senate Immigri I mmit-
tee .
n the ,.,i pre ,.
dent's suggi tioi being 0]
supported by lead rican
newspap* i in I by liberal
gn ssmen of xi i y
all claim that the United St
did little to prevent thi Nazi
massacres ol J< a Europi and
: doii very little to ha\ ome
of these J< w. Imitted 1
ntry .
In fact. President Truman's
order of last December allow-
: ing 3.900 displaced persons to
the United States monthly
within the immigration quota,
has already been complied
with ... So far. less than 1.100
immigrants a month entered
the country The President's
idea of admitting 50,000 Jewish
refugees in addition to the
3.900 a month, is also attracting
the attention of the American
Federation of Labor and the
CIO These two labor groups
have gone on record against
reducing the present yearly im-
migration quota .
BIBLE TALK:
You may nol know it, bul very
few pei pie can rei ite the Ten
Commandmi nts. This dospiti I
fact that verybody I
he know., them ... In fact, you
can try it on yourself The
same is true to an evi
with p Bard I thi B
. Everyb dy liki s to talk about
tl i Bible, but few n ad it .
: ite the fact thai you
hear i ver so oft I t the B
Is still the "bi st selli r" No
|er, therefore, that mi dern-
Ized and stn amlincd Bibles are
now being publis this
country with a view toward at-
tracting the attention of I
who want to kn w the Bible, but
iittli f it as possible.
One >uc':. volun e is "A I
[or tin' Liberal/' just pub!
by the Philosophical Library with
a" foreword by Lin Yutang
It follow, the idea of >
the ethical teachings i I Jud
elminatii I myl li 8 '
historical material Am I i
such volume is "Pathways
Through the Bible" by Mori
j, Cohen, just published by tl e
Jewish Publication Socii ty
It is a "novelized" I
Bible, bringing out thi
beauty of the Holy Scriptures
as well as the ethical and relig-
ious values of Judaism. It is ex-
tremely well Illustrated by Ar-
thur Szyk. who is today the most
outstanding illustrator of Biblical
I reaching people who know almost
nothing about the Bible, the sec-
| ond book trlei to replace the
Bible at home and in the schools
. The latter is, naturally, more
Jewish in spirit ... By elimin-
| ating what is obscure and ob-
solete and by summarizing sec-
of the Bible, the reading
of which would otherwise be
difficult or monotonous, the
"Pathways" serves a very good
purpose Childrin attending
Sunday Schools will find Dr.
en's version of the Bible no
less inti resting reading than any
tory book .
AMONG LITERATI:
Jacqueline Shoshet Margolish,
in Egypt, was notified by cable
that she is the winner of the
nth award of $2,400 given
annually by the Houghton Mifflin
Lite: a y Felli wship in this coun-
try for looks to be publishtd
here Her novel, tentatively
titled The House of Jacob,"
tory of Rachel, youngest
of a Jewish family
migrated from Bagdad to
under the leadership of the
iarchal Jacob ... In the
chang (' Iro sci ne, Rachel
watches I ei family make a place
. Hi re, too, she comes
[nize the possibilities of
old Jac b's dream that the Jew
will help to bring about a world
free from hatred .
Bn ughl up in Cairo, Miss Mar-
i mi to the United Statis
in 1940 She was graduated
from the Columbia School of
Journalism in 1945 and is now
on a visit in Egypt .
Daniel Persky, the Hebrew
feuilletonist, has done it again
. He just published another
Hebrew volume on Jewish festi-
vals under the title "Likhvod
Haregel" ("In Honor of the Holi-
day") Original as he is in nig,
writing, he also gave his book a
very original "copyright line" .
It reads: "It is permitted to trans-
late, in any form, from this vol-
ume, as well as from other books
by the same author, without ask-
ing his permission" .
Music written by Vladimir
Heifetz, composer, to a poem by
Aleph Katz, Yiddish editor of
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
is now a request number at Jew-
ish concerts in New York .
The poem is called Lemize
Lemeeze" and was first presented
at a Heifetz concert in Town
Hall six months ago Both the
text and the music have made a
hit and are a permanent part of
the musical program of one of
the outstanding New York Jew-
ish choruses
Holiday Seats On Sale
Tickets are on sale at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, 1415
Euclid ave., for'the High Holy
Day services. Seats will be sold
for S20 and $25. Members may
purchase two tickets for $10 a
piece. Services will be conducted
by Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
thi mes .,,
While the first book aim.- at
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FRIDAY,
SEPTEMBER




LOCAL BODIES URGE ALL PARENTS
TO POSTER RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
A call to Jewish parents of guage that forms a bom
Greater Miami, urging them to with Jewish t ''
provide religious education for
their children, was issued this
week by 24 local organizations on
the opening of Jewish Education
Month,
The statement ww:
The late Louis Marshall said:
"It is my firm conviction that
there is nothing that the Jews
of this country can do which
equals in importance the main-
tenance and development of its
Jewish education system .
The great problem of American
Jewry today is to find the sim-
plest, the most direct and the
most effective means of regain-
ing what we have been losing,
the finest ideals inherited from
our forefathers."
The parents have an obligation
to give their children a Jewish
education. The unmistakable obli-
gation of the Jewish school to-
day, as never before, is to synthe-
size the ideals of Jewish religion
and American democracy; t"
transmit the knowledge ( f thesi
principles and institutions to our
growing generation^ to build bet-
ter Americans and better J< ws
at a time when we arc in desper-
ate need of both; to serve as an
instrument in the making of a
better world.
The course of study in the
Jewish school is therefore, de-
signed to give the American boy
and girl the fundamentals of a
Jewish education. The program
of studies in our schools has In n
formed so that, more int. nsivelv
in some and less so in others, our
boys and girls are taught to read
and understand Hebrew, the
sacred language of the Bible and
the Prayer Book, and tie lan-
of the present.
They are taught the mi
of J. wisli customs and en.
ies. Tiny learn t
the Jewiih peopli. of oui
matic strugg e to Lve foi t.
Of our ideal.- and I I -hi: win.,i U
lous survival despite all mannu
of adversity. Tluy ai, mad. fa-
miliar with current events ii th<
presenl life i I tl e J< w
II over thi t i I Thcj
learn to sing the t syna-
beautiful folk
and I c m di in Pah I
In short, the program ol
i ts the ]
cal Jew who is nt"
tual .'' so by vir-
his grow ing undci standing
of, and adl i
and etl foundat :
Amei fncdon and
demoi ratii rest.
Jewish Education M nth will
be observed locally Sept. 81
o. t. Bth. W< are sending oul
to parents >>i Gi ati M
fulfill th< ii to th(
selves and to theii
seeing to it that their children are
given the opportunil ade-
quate Jewish education.
Enr 11 your son or dau
in a Jewish school now!
If your child already attends,
keep him in school and give him
an opportunity to comph ;
course. Keep I until he
graduati
Remember, too, it is also ui g-
ent that pai i nts i ducate I
selves as well as procure educa-
tion for their children. Take ad-
vantage of the adult education
courses that are being ofl ed
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DBG Installs Officers
At Luncheon Tuesday-
Mi,- Pal Curtice was installed
,. president of the DBG chapter
B'nai B'rith Girls at a lunch-
.,, 11 officers Tues-
n.....i at the home of
.! ci arlottc Sandier, 1047 N.
N. 47 st.
Othi rfcci installed were
,i Yvette Margulies, vice
in ident: Miss Chai lotte Sand-
ng ecretary; Miss Sy-
., ll Seidman, corresponding sec-
retary; Miss Gertrude Sugar-
nan, treasurer; Miss Anita Man-
: ant-at-ai ma
, : hi an th( Misses
r ti i" g, Marcia Han-
ni n, Di Simons, Doi is Ka-
sow, Bi na Shi ctman, Ruth Nar-
:, :. Soni Pailot, Beryle
i. Clan Bachman, and Ra-
a Breitbart.
Mrs. Josi pi Bei mann and Mrs.
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at the Miami
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TIDBITS FROM EVEP.YWHEF
(Copyright, 14, Seven Arts Fta.
(Copyrioht, 1948, Seven Art.
By PHINEAS J. Bnj,yMI,>
Voice, New
Negro newspa-
on a splendid
in our local communities.
\V, hope you will respond "to
call for the sake of your
child's happiness. Your Jewish
:i. cl di mands it. The es-
ti, i. ol your fellow citizens of
..ui:y d< mai ds it of you,
.. :... late President Roose-
l t< aching the demo-
. An i i ..ii childi
we m I i astaining, buttress-:
I aid i t thost great religious
. .. .. are the heritage
modern civ ilization."
Orgi nizations which signed the
American Jewish Con-
gress Women, Ueth David, Beth
b, B'nai B'rith of Miami
Beach, B'i ai B'rith Sholem lodge.
Greater Miami Rabbinical associ-
ation, Hadassah of Greater Mi-
ami, Hi hiew Teachers group,
Hillel Foundation of the Univer-
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campaign to counteract anti-
Semitic propaganda anong Ne-
groes We read the other day
in a column "One GodOne
People" a wonderful piece on
"Who Crucified Jesua Christ?"
. The writer completely de-
molished the myth that "The
Jews" were guilty and gave an
accurate picture of the divided
Jewish community in the days
of Pilate, ruler of Rome .
Non-Negro papers should reprint
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Isaac Landman should not be
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session of the Foreign Affairs
committee of the House of Repre-
sentatives ... He was a versatile,
courageous rabbi who insisted on
his independence There were
tim.s when he not only defied his
own trustees but stood up against
the most powerful Jewish or-
ganizational leadership And
we know of at least one incident
when he stormed into the sanc-
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Christian clergyman in Brooklyn
. He told the gentleman that
his ood-will pronouncements
wire phony and that unless he
would call off his associates of
the Christian Front, he, Land-
man, would expose him Yes,
Rabbi Landman knew how to
fight .
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Reuben Salzman, general
secretary of the Jewish Peoples
Fraternal order has just re-
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Europe Five of those ten
weeks Mr. Salzman spent in
Poland Mr. Salzman had a
two-hour interview with Ignaci
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PAGE TEN *Jm is* FkrkMat) FRIDAY, SOMBER U. S. UN REPLACES SHERTOK IN IMPORTANT JEWISH AGENCY POST By MILTON BROWN Ask the average American Jew to name an outstanding woman Zionist leader and you're bound to hear but one name, that of Henrietta Szold, of course. But ask the very same guestion in Palestine and there is every possibility that another name may be given—Goldie Meirson. As acting head of the political department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, in these crucial days of Jewish history. Mrs. Meirson has had placed upon her resolute shoulders a heavy burden. Replacing Moshe Shertok, the detained Jewish leader who is interned at the Laturn prison ,.... — i ,u i, .. c.i with a. She h'ur.d that her teicamp along with several other ., ,. ., low chalutzim would not puinit Jewish Apencv leaders. Mrs. M1 %  .„ .her to attend meetings ano conMeirson, who is usually referred venti0] ,, .,,,. ,„• to as Goldie by the majority of Palestine without selected her fellow citizens in Palestine, as I i representative. faces her hardest task in more than three deeades of zealous, productive work in behalf of the Yishuv's development. Mrs. Meirson is a strongwilled, action-minded person whose idealism dates back to the time when she was a young school teacher at the Wisconsin State Normal school. After graduating as a teacher, she became interested in the then budding Zionist movement. Once interested in anything— and this is a quality which has typified her throughout her life—she began to read and study all the available information about the Zionist movement. And what she read and learned must have made a deep impression on the soberminded Goldie, because after consulting with her husband whose Zionist ideas coincided with her own, the young Meirsons left the United States to take up the hazardous, uncertain life of chalutzim in the settlement of Merchavia. Mrs. Meirson took upher duties with all the • nest ness of her being Shi w rked hard all day in the fields, shirking no unpleasant tasks l)i cause she was either a woman 01 a teacher. Thus she won thi 1< ve and ad• tion and respect of all her f< How chalutzim. In thi evenings she learned Hebrew, sue• i : ng so well that she is '• ken for a nativi -born Pal• stinian. • /1 'I i Yishuv gn w, m numbers, in experience, in wisdom, in idealism, Goldie Meirson grew Gradually her powers of deep concentration, of great • strength and inner resourcefulness, of an uncanny understanding of complex issues, developed !o a point where she became an active member of the executive committee of the Histadruth, Palestine's labor federation. From Sunday morning until Fridaj i nyor.c hi i k: ows Goldie M, irson even slightly will tell y >u, const, nt Ij on the en. commuting by bus between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, meeting with laymen, newspapermen, visitors from all parts of thi i Id Sh still finds time for light talk with her friends down the step r the Histadruth's Tel Aviv building i catch a train or bus. It is said, although her friends doubt it. that she tries hard to rest on Friday evenings and Saturdays. Each Sunday, when she begins her vvi ek ol lab i. promises hi r children t ; at next Sabbatl hi %  %  ". pend tl e day with them. Bui i ach time "Shabbos" rolls around there is still mui I : be done. Last Passover when .lews in Palestine went on .1 ungi 1 -ink, to protesl the bl 1 kadi ol the refugei vi 1 Fede, Goldie's friends prat tically • g< d her not in go through with hei but in her calm, detern im d way she neithi I to them nor to the doctoi and did what she felt ii r consi ience 1 mpellc d. On the four in • asii ns turni d to the Dr. Landman Dies. Was Encyclopedia Editor NEW YORK (WNS)—Dr. Isaac Landman, 05. president-elect of the Synagogue Coucil 0/ America, editor-in-chief of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia and rabbi ol the Congregation Beth Elohim, Brooklyn, N. Y., died here Sept. 3 of a heart atlaek. A leader in the movement for intcr-falth amity, he was in 1919 representative of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations nd the Central Conference of American Rabbis at the Pans peace conference, where he urged inclusion in the League of Nations covenant guarantees for religious liberty. Dr. Landiman was horn in Sudikov, Russia and was brought to I country at the age of 10. He 4. received a B.A. degree at the University ol Cincinnati and his rabbinical dtgree at the Hebrew Union College in 1906. Hi became editoi of the American Hebrew in 1918 and from 1928 in 1931 d< veiled all his time in the development of that journal and t" the planning of the tel \ olume Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, which he nurtund to completion in 1943. Dr. Landman leaves a widow, 1 formei Beatrice Eschner; two • us. Amis and Davis; a daughter. Mrs. Piern Palmer Jr.; a iiother. the Rev. Solomn Landmai : a sister, Mrs. James Matthews, and a granddaughter. o. INT HE MIAMI Ml ml Jewi.h 1 Commissioner Dies X P, "Neighbor" Lowrey, 1 unty commissioner, died Sunday afternoon in Jackson Memorial hospital at the age of 66 after a nine month's illness. He had been elected to a fmir-y, ar term as a commissioner in November. 1944. A resident of Florida sinee 1924, hi was elected to the county commissii n in 1936. He was chairman of the five-man board for 14 months ending December, 1942. U i State.-.. Mrs. Meirson has impressed people here with her rare virtue— the same idealistic spirit which moved her to set aside the comforts of a teacher's life in Milwaukee and assume the life of ti chalutz. NEW YEAR GREETINGS IN THE ROSH HASHONA EDITION OF THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN are a tradition among Greater Miami Jewry. Greet your friends and relatives through The Jewish Floridian's special New Year's greeting section. INTHE 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 wJewisti Florid fan MIAMI 18. FLORIDA Attends Law Convention thi r i> in. %  %  1 Beth • • MIAMI BEACH J.icob Congre,i, IM Herbert U. Feibelman attended dox '' W1 J Wjihirg tM the three-day convention of the *"!!" Mesche '. CIM, Commercial Law League of „'," g-j America whose sessions opemd vice*, .,, i^ t ^S Monday at Mackinae Island, < Mich. '1 m Associate editor of the Commercial Law Journal, Feibelman is chairman of the leagui "s committee for promotion of administration and justice. till 1 DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripiire !" Water OELIVEBED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE Plus Bottle Depoiit' PHONE 2-4128 80c 70c 1 !. 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The Ticket Committee will to;< £ %  ** & % you daily at the Synagogue Building, 17th Avenue, at the following hours. i i 12-00 noon Sunday Morninga—10 o'clock until iw m 10 ocloc* Weekday Ev.ning-8 o'clock until



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SEPT EMBERJ3 1 2946_ *Jewlslifhrkteuj PAGE ELEVEN Wptween You and Me" I ^ By BORIS SMOLAR ht i<)46, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. L^E PARLEY: R or not. British ForL.er %  Bevm-for r an ,i.Jew 1S h utterances-is Lndiy towards the ,dea Le being partitioned inf h and an Arab state Ta other member, of the fAnet are definitely untowards th^ idea Ct his is what Bevin told fL It the Jewish Agency fc then they negotiated fc ta Paris onth.tvt; heduled opening of the Conference on Palest.ne. few also let you in on %  ,hal some members of Lecutive, though they I lik# l0 see a Jewish Uablished on both sides Jordan, will not feel unI if Britain imposes its (.opposed "federalitat on They will, naturally. m against the impoeition. L. will not oppose it loo !y after it has been ipon the Yishuv .. They that "federalization" can I an y worse for Palestine %  the present situation there lXnd in this respect they the views of certain groups inside and outside Palestine with whom they usually disagree on the Jewish State issue • On the other hand some members of the Agency executive who believed in good faith that they could win over the American and BvUish governments to the "partition" idea, may have to pay as losers Already preparations arc being made by the American Zionist leadership to cause them trouble at the forthcoming World Zionist Congress in November And in this respect the convention of thi Zionist Organization of America next month will probabJy serve as a prelude ."it will be the most interesting ZOA convention ever held THE AMERICAN SCENE: Proponents and opponentof admission of 50,000 European displaced Jews to the United States, as suggested by President Truman, are preparing for a big fight in Congress .. White House circles are taking note especially of the fact that neither the Democratic nor the Republican party conventions of New York State— Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. RpcentanTe I Palm Beach Man i Mildred Feller U'.dred M. Feller, daugh[jeseph Feller of Brooklyn, larred to Henry I. Gold/ Wst Palm Beach Sunday wr. bv the twin cantors of J Sinai, Brooklyn. Rabbis j and Leon Epstein offici|t the ceremony which was by a reception in the |Room of the temple. Mr. Rin is the son of the Louis Kins of West Palm Beach. Kiel Feller was her sister's lo! honor an:l Mrs. Samuel 1FA FOR THE BEST IN [AIRY PRODUCTS |WEST PALM BEACH K-CREAM-ICE CREAM Green, sister of the bridegroom. was matron of honr. Bridesmaids were the Misses Sally Freeberg, Lillian Wassennan, Bette Davis and Mynette Garfinkle. Irving Sidney Feller, the bride's brother. was best man. Mrs. Goldstein attended high school in Brooklyn and was graduated from Spencir College for Women where she was active in several sororities. Before h< r marriage she was secretary to the senior psychiatrist of the Jewish Board of Guardians. The bridegroom, a native of Key West, is a graduate of Key West High school. He later lived in Miami and went to the University of Miami, where he served on the staff of the school's first annual publication. A resident of Palm Beach for the past 18 years. he is acting manager of a builders supply firm which he organized. Discharged from the armed forces after two years' service, Mr. Goldstein is a member of the American Legion. After a honeymoon to Canada and Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein will make their temporary home at 2007 N. Poincietta, West Palm Beach 'while their new home is being completed. the largest Jewish-voting state in the country—supported the Presi''''" %  x %  % % % % %  Not to mention the outspoken opposition of Richard B, Russel, chairman ol the Senate Immigri I mmittee n the ,.,i p re ,. dent's suggi tioi being 0] supported by lead rican newspap* i in I by liberal gn ssmen of xi i y all claim that the United St did little to prevent thi Nazi massacres ol J< A Europi and : doii %  very little to ha\ ome of these J< w. Imitted 1 ntry In fact. President Truman's order of last December allow: ing 3.900 displaced persons to the United States monthly within the immigration quota, has already been complied with ... So far. less than 1.100 immigrants a month entered the country The President's idea of admitting 50,000 Jewish refugees in addition to the 3.900 a month, is also attracting the attention of the American Federation of Labor and the CIO These two labor groups have gone on record against reducing the present yearly immigration quota BIBLE TALK: You may nol know it, bul very few pei pie can rei ite the Ten Commandmi nts. This dospiti I fact that %  verybody I he know., them ... In fact, you can try it on yourself The same is true to an evi • with P Bard I thi B Everyb dy liki s to talk about tl i Bible, but few n ad it : ite the fact thai you hear i ver so oft I t the B Is still the "bi st selli r" No |er, therefore, that mi dernIzed and stn amlincd Bibles are now being publis this country with a view toward attracting the attention of I who want to kn w the Bible, but iittli f it as possible. One >uc':. volun e is "A I [or tin' Liberal/' just pub! by the Philosophical Library with a" foreword by Lin Yutang • It follow, the idea of > the ethical teachings i I Jud elminatii I %  myl li 8 historical material • Am I i such volume is "Pathways Through the Bible" by Mori j, Cohen, just published by tl e Jewish Publication Socii ty %  • It is a "novelized" I Bible, bringing out thi beauty of the Holy Scriptures as well as the ethical and religious values of Judaism. It is extremely well Illustrated by Arthur Szyk. who is today the most outstanding illustrator of Biblical I reaching people who know almost nothing about the Bible, the sec| ond book trlei to replace the Bible at home and in the schools The latter is, naturally, more Jewish in spirit ... By elimin| ating what is obscure and obsolete and by summarizing secof the Bible, the reading of which would otherwise be difficult or monotonous, the "Pathways" serves a very good purpose Childrin attending Sunday Schools will find Dr. en's version of the Bible no less inti resting reading than any tory book AMONG LITERATI: Jacqueline Shoshet Margolish, in Egypt, was notified by cable that she is the winner of the nth award of $2,400 given annually by the Houghton Mifflin Lite: a y Felli wship in this country for looks to be publishtd here Her novel, tentatively titled •The House of Jacob," tory of Rachel, youngest of a Jewish family migrated from Bagdad to • under the leadership of the iarchal Jacob ... In the chang (' Iro sci ne, Rachel watches I ei family make a place Hi re, too, she comes [nize the possibilities of old Jac b's dream that the Jew will help to bring about a world free from hatred Bn ughl up in Cairo, Miss Mari mi to the United Statis in 1940 She was graduated from the Columbia School of Journalism in 1945 and is now on a visit in Egypt Daniel Persky, the Hebrew feuilletonist, has done it again He just published another Hebrew volume on Jewish festivals under the title "Likhvod Haregel" ("In Honor of the Holiday") Original as he is in nig, writing, he also gave his book a very original "copyright line" It reads: "It is permitted to translate, in any form, from this volume, as well as from other books by the same author, without asking his permission" Music written by Vladimir Heifetz, composer, to a poem by Aleph Katz, Yiddish editor of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, is now a request number at Jewish concerts in New York The poem is called Lemize Lemeeze" and was first presented at a Heifetz concert in Town Hall six months ago Both the text and the music have made a hit and are a permanent part of the musical program of one of the outstanding New York Jewish choruses %  • Holiday Seats On Sale Tickets are on sale at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid ave., for'the High Holy Day services. Seats will be sold for S20 and $25. Members may purchase two tickets for $10 a piece. Services will be conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. thi mes .•• .,, While the first book aim.at MEMORIAL CHAPES. 5-7777 BIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1238 Washington Kn. Miami Beach TH08. M. BURNS, iff. Funrt Director A** EWeNBEBO. Trea.urer At New York: 78th St. and. Amsterdam *•*•• IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami'* Oldett and Largett" Operated by SIDNEY H. PALMER You need no longer wait 6 to 10 months for your monuments. We carry a large selection ior immediate delivery. All Styles oi Hebrew Lettering and Designs Phone 4-5922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Street Opposite Woodlawn Cemetery m**^*** C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR S29 Independence Road, West Palm Beach job too large or too smalL Over 50 years in business. %  XlOr MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY I* Minn, c. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Favllle, Funeral Directors I'Hibucui Street • Phone 9121 • W. Palm Beach. 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PAGE SIX +Jewl§t> flcridlkir FRIDAY, .1 VeMonaUy ttptaAinq, (Continued from Page 2) with Richard Gerstein of Coral Gables ... Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ross are vacationing in New York ... Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ewen and son, Chick, of Yarmouth, Me., are visiting Mrs. Ewen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Steigman of 142 S. W. Fifth ave. Mrs. Max Rosenstein of 4342 Sheridan ave is convalescing in Brooklyn after an ear operation. She is expected to return home the end of the month Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman of 1037 S. W. 20th ave., have returned alter vacationing several weeks in Hendersonville ... Dr. and Mrs. William Bernstein and children have returned to Miami. While away. Dr. Bernstein took advanced post-graduate work at Harvard university ... Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fishman, 1401 S. W. 15th St., are spending six weeks in New York. They will visit Mr. and Mrs. Irving Taksen and their son, Kenneth, Miami winter tourists Mrs. Henry Seitlin returned after visiting in Memphis, Tenn., Hot Springs, Ark., apd New Orleans, La. Her son, Pfxvid. is in hit) last year o' dentistry at Layola university in New Orleans Mrs. Rose Natkin is flying to New York today to be with her sisters for the holidays Buddy Weissel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel of Coral Gables is leaving today for Valley Forge Military academy in Wayne, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and family are in their new home at 2200 Brickell ave. Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen of 2220 S. W. 19th ter., left Thursday morning to attend the Sun Life Assurance company Conference Director Describes Activities Work of the Southern ConferHuman Welfare in racial discrim• n nd tl e forces which un• %  industrial progress in S ith was outlined by SamCarothers, executive director. %  a meeting of the Businss and Pn fessional Women's division of Had ssal Mondav evening at the Bi ach Y. A me-act play. "Four Women •in Search of an Answer," was presented by the Misses Sylvia Levine, Ann P.-.tz, Edyth Fleischer. Reba Shapses and Frances C per. Representatives of the FDR club, American Veterans committee, Dade County Consumers council, the League of Women Shoppers and the Miami Counci of American-Soviet Friendship gave reports on the work of their organizations. Ni \t meeting of the division will be held Oct. 14. PLAN HOME IN MIAMI convention at Murray Day, Canada. Their daughter, Theresa, left with them and the family will visit their sons en route to Canada. Miss Cohen will resume her studies at Penn State. The Cohens will travel to Montreal. Canada, and will cruise to Murray Day. On their return they will stop in New York, Baltimore, Pennsylvania and Washington Mrs. Reuben Rochkind and daughter. Linda, left this week 'or a vacation in Baltimore and New York. Dr. Rochkind will join them in the near future Miss Gerstein Weds David Rosen Sunday Sunday at 5 p. m. has I een set for the wedding ceremony of Miss Muriel Louise Gerstein and David Rosen at the home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman. A dinner* for the immediate family will follow the ceremony at the Shelborne hotc 1. Miss Marjonc Gerstein will be maid of honor and Mr. Rosen's brother, Norman, will be best man. Following a wedding trip | Now York, the couple will reside in Miami while Mr. Rosi n Studies law at the University of Miami. Miss Gerstein is the daughter if Mr. and Mrs. M< rris Gersti il 2321 S. W. 21 st., and Mr. Ros n is the son of Mrs. Anna Rosen, 1215 Meridian ave.. Miami Beach. SEPTEMBER Beach IWVTo^ day evening at the Legion hall, Alton r\ Two more radir* \ lus veterans hospital n^ the total tfour ^ The DOS, has sent a re ao congress urine a ,„ T veterans' ^J" 8 *** Newlyweds Select Wisconsin Honeymoon Honeymooning in Wisconsin are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Aronson, who were married Sunday at the Shilborne hotel by Rabbi Max Shapiro. The bride is the former Miss Pay Pushkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Pushkin. Miss Doris Aronson attended the bride as maid of honor, and Mrs. Leon Dower was the matron of honor. Malcolm Roth was best man The couple plan to live in Chiag %  Busy decorating their new home at 2631 S. W. 27th St., are L. Melvin Katz and his bride of Aug. 27, the former Miss Betty Letaw. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiated at the double ring reremony held at Temple Israel. Following the ceremony, Mrs. Sidney Beskind, sister of the bride, was hostess at a breakfast at the Versailles hotel. Mrs. Katz is the daughter of David Letaw of Birmingham, Ala., and Miami. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz who celebrated their 41st anniversary on the same day as their son's wedding. '.Photo by Harold Spahn) "Pioneers Since tyf AWNING co .aflat. '.n ^v. 1396N.W.jJ6thSU Awning p ric J Ma Y Increasel While we still have c large supply of materid, I a shortage is indicated Better order before pric* advance. We store m | til needed. PHONE 2-173l| FOLDING CHAIRS & TABLES FOR RENT OPEN HOUSE Miss Ethel Hartman and her fiance, Sam Gremstein, will be honored at an open house from 3 p. m. Sunday at the Greenstein home, 2541 Lincoln ave., Coconut ('•: ove. Th< ir wedding Novi mber FOOD PACKAGES for OVERSEAS" 410 'here it a desperate need in Europe for tocos We Dug u my part of the world. Will mail list of different combini!,-, ackages that can be shipped. Lloyds of London insures deh.tr, FOREIGN FOOD RELIEF Langford Bldg. MIAMI. FLA. Phone 3 will be held in Lifs Insurance. Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. #07 Blacayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-91 INSURA Net 1&1 (201INC01N iOU MIAMI BEACH, FLA PHONE 5-2978 / Party Honors Student Miss Mildred Zalka, who will leave for Florida State College 'or Women next week, will he honored by the Tau Alpha Omega sorority with a farewi tarty Saturday night. The affair vill be held at the hi me of Lulllc Gold. 431 N. W 32 ct., at 8 i. m. Al! friends are invitid to ittend. TLLami for REST CONVALESCEWCJ •^CHROMIC CAMI un-RpyPark eaIth Resort MIAMI %  W riAGltft 'IO "COUS-FIOO 0 BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court • PHONE 3 6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR ... • LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK .. No Job Too Large or To> Small OUR POLICY THE FIRST TIME .. WE SERVE YOU THE SECOND TIME YOU SERVE YOURSELF AFTER THAT YOU SERVE THE CUSTOMERS! UsMM %  %  1141 I. MIAMI AVE. J Miami's i;:.. r TUB II ... DR. EDWARD GOLDBERG CHIROPODIST — PODIATRIST ANNOUNCES HIS RETURN FROM MILITARY SERVICE AND THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE AT 817 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA BY APPOINTMENT TELEPHONE 5-131 TOP son 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21 st Trrc Estimates Cheerfully Given Tlio Raphaels Hold IS NOW OPEN iae STRICTLY KOSHER PUBLIC DINING ROOM 146 Washington Avenue Miami Beach CATERING FOR CONVENTIONS. PARTIES. SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS FUNCTIONS Reservations at Special Rates Are Now Being Accepted ior the HIGH HOLIDAYS PHONE 5-31-89 For Information Beth Jacob Synagogue 301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach GREETS THE COMMUNITY WITH PRAYER FOR LIFE AND PEACE MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Toran and Community Building throughout the High Holy Days RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF will preach in English in both buildings CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER renowned lyric baritone will chant the services, assisted by well-known Baalei Tefilla A committee will be at the synagocue *J^*SJ| on the Sabbath) from 9 a.m. to noon, and from p.m. for leservation of seats.



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, ^Apiix4^;^r^4s^ SEPTEMBERJ^J^ ^mhbfkrkBgU) PAGE SEVEN LAUULHUMLL uunibnLbAT K WELCOME SERVICE FOR RABB I id Raab, new spiritual leader of Temple Emanubabbi D uVia a ne welcoming services this evening at the t]behonore congregation. Rabbi Raab's sermon htSr 'he Wings a? Religion." IwiH £>e ^_ .„:„ Ufi is the qrands (Tel Aviv, he is the grandson of M. S. Raab, who native ol j p etch Tikva, first colony in Palestine. %  neoi J D n,W education in the Holy Land. Rabbi Raab yier h' S TJlnll rte. & R rlanroD utilk I to wc pnrlv eaui.uuu *** —— 1 in 1930 He received an A. B. degree with Am R rook vn coliege and attended the Jewish Theoquinary tochers' institute in New York. Ordained at IJJTunior, college, C he also recivea d his MasL Hebrew Letters degree k an in years, he was B'rith the pa^ two years, h( was civilian chapS Knox. Bowman Field icholas General hospital, spital, he presented religious broadcasts for LnYold llst T earphones. He was also I at the Darnell General Danvill.. Ky., for psyTa'lv ill soldiers, and was I welfare b ard representa" soldiers stationed in the | Louisvill.. h, organized a tachaptei H. had founded m lar chapter m Cincinnati hemd as its president Rab,ab is a member of the na,1 executive b. ard of Masada | affiliated with the Zionist fcization of America. tore comm t Florida, he „ member i f the Louisville i B'rith and the Jewish Na.I Fund council as well as a • of the YMHA board of kors. He was religious couniuth groups and a Ber and cochairman of the Youth c mmission. He organized ai d taught at an (Jewish education school in sville. ((tested in dramatics, he was mtaoft!... Bureau Players Cincinnati and is known for Mrtin the play, "Jeremiah," Zweig He is a national Wive meml er of the Hebrew committee. i has served congregations in City, Mich : Danville, 111.; kkiyn, N. Y., and Newark, Raab and Rabbi Max i of Hollywood have invited to attend the sesof the Greater Miami Rabi sociation. RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS ENROLL STUDENTS Registration of religious school Students is still open in local it was announced this %  %  i Miami Workmen's Circle will register for its Yiddish school at 10 a.m, Sunday at the Town'Y. Classes will be taught on Sunday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. i-y M. Gleberman. Enrollment of children for the Jacob pre kindergarten, Sunday school and live-day-aweek Talmud Torah departnv nts will continue from 4 to 7 p.m. nexl week at the synagogue office. Miami Jewish Orl lox Congregation will hold official registration from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Mom;., | will be U)e Rev. Maurice M m ihes, Miss Josephine Berman and Joseph Malek. Students of the Miami Beach Jewish Center may register daily from 9 a m. t S p.m. in the office. Classes are held from 3:30 to 7 p.m. Registration is also being held by Beth David. Temple Israel and Timple Beth Sholom. FOLK CHORUS BEGINS WINTER REHEARSALS Opening of its winter rehearsals is announced by the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus, which held its first meeting of the season Tuesday evening at Beth David. Rehearsals will be held weekly at the synagogue beginning next l'uesuay evening under the direction of Louis Powesky. A new r. pei tone of Jewish songs and cantatas will be studied. Several social at'tairs will be aeid by the chorus. First ot tnese WUI be a dinner to honor Mr. cowesKy on Oct. 20th. Reservations may be made wnn Mrs, Augusta tsirnberg, sec•etary. persons wishing to jon. ,ne enorus may also contact Mrs. uirnberg.. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EMCO FABRICS COMPANY OF MIAMI, at 19 N. W. 20th St.. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said Dm with the Ulerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. WII.1,1AM GOLDBERG. Sole owner. S/23-30 9/6-13-20 LfcUAL NOTlCtS .NUl'll r. us iii.Ki.i'.V UIVEN that > ...-.-,...u. uviin.n lu engage "' • i I nitimm"ti> it. Hue O. .USlll ...I.I.I. i .-..i.i..-. > w.oi inc.;, ai .... I-. riag.vl ...i'-.. Auaml, r lorida. L.. .vgisler saiu name wiln .1' • .ii' & 1.1 ii.i'ii.'iiu, at j2*e N. W. 2llh AVe., IllU-nU to registei said name wun toe ierK oi the Circuit eVun ol u.iue County. Florida. 111. HIE Ri >.S|-..N 1 IIAl. MONEY WASHERMAN 1'ai'tners %  21 ID.1-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In ess undei the Fictitious name ol |i H. II-. s l,i NCHEi 'M: I'll-:. .,i 23 • \. K Firs! A\e., Miami, Fla., Intends to n -i-i' i BH Id iiann ith lhe !lei k '.f tit.Circuit Courl ol Uade Count>, Florida. NATE UOEBEL Sole iwner. SAM SILVER, Atlurne\ for Applicant. II".. Co gn Uldg. 13-20-27 1" l-ll sert Party For OES :Alfred N< eb, past grand fror., will sponsor a dessert I rty at 1 p. m. Tuesday .'i Miami W i n'a club. The lirwill benefit the benevolent 1 welfare coi.imittee of the md chaptei I Florida, Order astern Star. fservatioi be made by ling 2-5537 or 3-3910. [Kitting the guests will be Bernard Simon, state welchairman; Mrs. Frank A. I wife of the most worJfal grand master; Mrs. Mollie E wn, grand instructor, and f James C. Mixson, commitnember, AZA 322 Wins Title AZA chapter 322 of Miami returned from the state convention with the basketball championship They defeated the Jacksonville team. 33-30. Debates, elections and social events marked the annual Labor Day weekend parley in Tampa. Joe Reisman. a Miamian, was elected to head the group for the coming year. The first vice presidency was also given to a Miami boy, Harold Weinbeig. On the social agenda were a juke dance Saturday night at the Tampa Y, a luncheon there on Sunday, a barn dance Sunday night, and a formal banquet and dance at the Hillsborough hotel Monday evening. NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned are engaged III buainesa under the fictitious name of CHIEF FROZEN FOOD STORES, at 918 Eveiglanes Concourse, Miami Beach, Uade County, Florida, and al 1141-1143 West Flagler Strei '. Miami, Uade County. Florida, and Intend t" registei the fii titioua m In the „ffli of the Clei k of the I 'In Jit Courl of Uade County, Florida. IlKN LEVIN SHIKI.EY LEVIN CHARLES HKOMER Sole lw I.: UKORUE CHERTKOF, Attorney for Applicants. 9 8-IJ-20-2" 10 l NOTICE IS lll-.UKllV UIVEN thai the uiidersigiieu, deairing to engage n. uusiness under the iietmous name u. UA.s.\.-, al 3i4-7ti .N. W. uth St., ami, i-i.i. intends to regiater sau. name with the Clerk oi tne Cirouli Couit ot Uade County. Florida. DANIEL KALL1N. aoie owner. 10 '.' >i-VS NOTICE ; HEREBY UIVEN tha. the underslgueu, deainng to eiiKaKe li. liuslneoS under the fictitious name p. I. .v K I.I.M Hl-.uNEITE. at 131 N i: 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., intend U reglslel said name with the Clerk o. the Circuit Court of Uade CXiunty. Florida. RAYMOND Rt IE LILLIAN URESSLER HARRY I'll; I Z. Attorney for Applicants. M : %  i,-lJ-Ll)-:7 NOTICE IS HEREBY <;i\ EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under lhe rictltlouH name of SLIMS SERVICE STATION, al I] ; N \ V n,|| si ml.-inls In registei sa'ld name with the Clerk of_the IrcU lt Courl of [Mule Cpijmy. Florida. WILLIAM uoi.nai blN. .-.-. .. i iwner. v :: I-13-20-2J ^^___ NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage u. business under the lictitlous name o K'MIERS LMl'i-iRTERS. at 33 N. Mlain Avenue, Miami, Kla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of th. Circuit Court ol Uade County, Honda HERMAN RUBIN EAE S. RUBIN MAX K SILVER, Attorney for I'etitioners. II 23-30 9/6-13 SALE OF SEATS FOR OF I Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation 15 <5 S. W. Third St DAV L £? MME NCE SUNT0No M r? M RNING 10 A M llB2r?il£5 d EVENINGS ^gAFTER FROM 9 Martin Wucher Resigns Martin S. Wucher. charter president of the Miami Beach Youth Center and originator ot the project, resigned Tuesday night. He plans to move to Alabama for business. A special meeting oi the group will be called next week to elect a new head. The building on the Miami Beach Municipal Golf course has been renovated ana is being equipped for the center. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HARRY'S SANDWICH SHOP, a .V W 5th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intend .. rVglste" said name with the lerk f HI circuli Court of Dade County. Kl ,il1 '' DAVID KEMELHAR SAM E. COHEN PRANK E. SOLOMON, Vttdrne) for Applicants. 8, lMB-30 9 8-18 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that of Circuli cunt of COMPANY :ii"l Si Miami. ,,,, fntends to register said narn. with the rierk of th tade L'oun^ F!rida BR 1 sou Owner. MAX R SILVER. Attorney f'" PetlUoner. • 6-13 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE is hereby given that Henn p Startler, holder as assignee of Cil) of Miami Tax C^tificate N umbel ci. 1831, dated he ith day of June. A.U. i;.ll. has filed said tVrliilcale in in oflice, and has made application Wi lax deed to issue thereon In aoCOTd.„„. with law. Said Certificate em; oraces the f.iilowing described prop, rty. situated In Uade County. Hoiida 10 Loft' 12 UJock S. West End Park Amended. Plat Book. 0, page !%  '' the City of Miami, County of Uade. S 'r'„'.."aJ !" en, of said propert> under the Certificate issued tu In tti name of Unknown. Unleea "Cerlit "ate shall be redeemed according. aw, tax deed will Issue thereon on he I Mi day ot September. AD. 146. Dated this 1Mb day of August. A.D. :;•',:; „„ g, U rt f- niKKMAN; Clerk of Circuit Court. Uade County. Florida. I'.v N. CSTEKKETT. D.O. 8/16-23-SU U/6-13 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722. Arts of 1B11 File A-101S9 NOTICE IS HKKKIIY GIVEN that M. Harkins. holder of County lax Cerlilicates No, 2010 and 403S. issued lhe 5th day of June, A.U. 1944. has illeil same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to bo issued Ihereon. Said Certificates embrace the following described property. Ill the County of Uade. State of i-'lo'rida. to wit: l/,t 17, Hlock 129, Miami Shores S.ct 6, a Sub., Plat Hook 10. PUHl, in the County of Uade. Slate of 'orda, as embraced In Certificate .No. lull) The assessment of said property under the said Certificate Issued was In the name of B. W. Wlgtney. IA>1 3. Hlock 2. Hibiscus Plan*.-, a Subdivision. Plat Book 3, Page 110. In .he County of Uade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 40S8. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued was In the name .:f Rae Somberg. Unless said Certificates shall lie redeemed according to law, the properly described therein will be sold to the Highest bidder at the Court Ilouso door on the first Monday in the month of October. A.D. 146. which is tho 7th day of October, A.D. ISM*. Dated this 21st day of August. 1916. U. 11. LEATHEKMAN. Clerk Circuit Court. Bv N. C. STERRETT. D.C. (Circuit Court Seal) S/2 3-30 9/6-13 IN COUNTY J LUCES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLOltlDA No. 17132 RE: Estate of HERMAN 11. UEUIA1FF, deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOT1UE is hereby given that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Filial Discharge as Administratrix of lhe estate of HERMAN H. DEDLOF*. deceased; and that on the 30th day of September, l'Jlii, will apply to the ilonorable W. F. Dlanton. County Judge of Uade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of lhe estate of Herman 11. Uedloff. deceased. .„.. This 19th day of August, l'.MO. CEDLIDA M. DEDLOFF MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administratrix. i/23-30 9/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HKKKIIY UIVEN that .he undersigned, desiring to engage in jusiness under the fictltous name of \-Z SUPER SECRETARIAL SERv'ltlE. at 223 E. Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Uade County, Floridu. FRANCES ZWIHACK OLUA ABERMAN WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Applicants j/2 3-30 9/4-13-20 .NT THE COUNTY JUDUE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 173S7 In Re: Estate of HARRY CLOTT. 1 >e. eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona :laving Claims or Demands Against %  Slid Estate: You. and each of you. ore hereby lotified and required to p.esent any •laims and demands which you. or •ither of you, may have against the •state of HARRY CLOTT, deceased. ate of Miami Beach, Dade Coun'.v. .-•lorida, to the Hon. \V. P. BLANTON, •ounty Judge of Dade CXunty. and He the same in his office in the •ounty Courthouse in Dade County. iloridn, within eight calendar months rom the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to •ontaln the legal address of the claimmt and to be sworn to and presented :s aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act LENA CLOTT. As Administratrix of the Estate of HARRY CLOTT, Deceased First publication on August 16th. 1946. BURNETT ROTH. Attorney for Administratrix. •i/16-23-30 9/6-13 Lodge Plans Golf Meet Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will sponsor a golf tournamen in October. Between 25 and SO members are expected to enter the meet, says Marx Fcinb,i g. chairman. Prizes will be awarded and games will be played at th. Bayshore. Miami Springs, ana Miami Shores courses. Those %  i nterested may call Mr. Feinberg at his office, 2-0193. inTICB is HEREBY GIVEN that ii,i:.\N"i: KALER & A^Hcant. ,,,.-, Congresi Bid S/16-2J-30 /• u in T.I'I'.V QIVEN thai NOTICE 18 H r .l.i-i ln "" %  '""'"'::" ', ,i i.iinus na ;' business under tne i h atrettl S'^B^ch^nrid.! intend, to .re f: NOTICE IS HEREBYarVEN tha' lhe undersigned, desiring to engage In Lnslnew Sunder the lictitlous name o l 1 1 1 KlUTH IMAY. Sole Owner. MYERS. IIE1MAN A KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicant. s 1628-30 /*•> '""vl'if.i'iAM'A. R08BOTRa PAUUNE ROSENBEBO IS VAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicants. S, 16-23-30 3 1-11 %  % %  %  ii:„ ,'.; uVf. 'TU.-H.N 605 Lincoln "•'. Miami Beach. Pl. 6/16-23-30 9/6-13 %  ^7c7[c7 IS HEREBY GIVEN that ''-'"'^••'mulI^^h^^ctfilous'r^S ''•"rNlMCNTY CLEANERS, at 1120 S. U M ^!, 1 Slle\. C Mland F.a .mend ^o Florida. BENJAMIN BECK AUT"STEINBERG siLVEF vlu ...ey for P s/16-23-30 9/6-13 M ^to?ney S, f^ E p R et.tioner.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious amne of MODERN HOUSEKEEI'ING SIK)1 at S17 8. W. 18th Ave.. Miami. Ha., intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade County, Florida•„__,__KENNETH S. CARPKN ri-.R, Sole Owner. SEYMOUR J SIMON. Attorney for Applicant. 9/13-20-27 10 /4-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name .f BENNETT WHOLESALE t O-. at ."• NE First Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intenda N „ register said •' w '* h th f. "'V? of the Circuit Court of Dade county, in0rWa AL OSHEROFF 9/13-20-2 7 10/4-1 1 NOTICE IS HERERY OJVEN. Pttrsuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute" that the undersigned, doing business under the IJeUttaaa: narn^ X vml I V nnd MAC KOSI1KK ir.i.i CATESSEN RESTAURANT, locat^Teg'isPer si,;,, nctit.oiis name taUg formerly known as MOLLY WAGNER MAC MERMELL NATHANIEL J. KLEIN. Attorney for Applicants. 0 Lincoln Road. 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PAGE FOUR vJenistFleridliar FRIDAY SEPTEMBQ, i^lewii^ ^BpddCpp Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 P hone 2-1141 Entered as Second Clans Matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Kla., under the Act of March, 3, 1>. 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 NUMBER " tc the country's A %  rity. Deploring "self-arming by Zionists and ugly terrorism practiced by their gangs." Faris Bey declared that unless disturbances were suppressed by British troops "this will compel the people (Arabs) to resort to iheir own means to defend themselves." "The Jev ; declared, '... such is a world con' %  i n, and there! |uires world-.. ition Palest ne not %  th this i lem, nor i an anj I • II i in Palestine .' Ji ws and Pan %  n< A led 1 ycott thi at v. ii I Ci lonial Secretary Hall outlined the An inet coi •• e | Palestine—a %  'provincial systi m" under which Arabs an .! %  A would have limit* jurisdiction ections at the Holy with Britain retaining ovei \.l control. Fai > li' %  ••. pre di nt ol • Syrian chan I" the Arab statement at a public meeting and the ci nf< rei 3 then went into a private si .-.-urn in closely guardi d Lai casti r A communique issued afti 1 wards said "a pn liminary exi ban views then took place." Faris Bey, replying to Prime Minister Atilee's opening address said "no part of Palestine should be cut off to make a home or slate for a body of immigrants belonging io different nationalities." He agreed with Attlee that it was "not impossible" to solve the Palestine problem. w ile proceedii (j along an infrequently travi lied road in Miami's northwest section, a Negor ,ei at the airport was accosted bj three nun. Wearing hla.-k %  ds, insti ad of the standant wk'.U regalia, "li'se men Ihn ten 11 eir victim if he did ise lfal or union activities place of employment. Wl : news ol the intimidation %  f this X' i 1 mployee broke in laily papers, it sparked into 11 tion civic organizations in Da le ci unty. They were quick %  at a threat to the civil lib, 1 ties oT one individual • ; ill. This was the lesson Hitler taught the world I ., : 11 rible cost to all humanity. As a consequence of this incident, the Dade County Civil Bights council was formed. Not cn'y is this new organization concerned with the protection of civil liberties and other fundamental concepts of our American way of life, but also it wishes to do an affirmative job of fostering better relations among all groups in the community. T council I as a long range %  i if the whole-hearted ooperation ol each participating ivic org • %  ization is forthcon ing, is .1 ui loubtedly will be, significant sti idi will be made' in improving intta-ec mn.unal rela%  Tl first formal organizational meeting of tl e Dadi County Civil lUncil will take place m Sept. 30, at 8:30 p. m.. at thi Mi.or.1 YWCA auditorium. Tins new group is facing a chaltunity and th< parganizations, by reason of thi ir combined, joint efforts, are now in a position to do a really constructive job in ol better intergroup rewithin our community. 1) • miss "The House I Live !n." si Frank Sinatra, neiw b ing shi wn in your neighbor• lire. The "Voice" speaks gainst bigotry and intolera forceful and dramatic r, For your convenience, dates arc listed: Mayfj Sept. 12 to 17; Surf. Sept. 14 to 16: Plaza. Sept. 21 to Cameo, Sept. 28 to 30: Tower and Rosetta, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1: Ocl 6 to B; Strand, Oct. 13 td 15; Biltmore and Parkway, Oct. 18 to 20; Center, Oct. 27 to 29; State, Oct. 31 to Nov. 1. U. S. STUDIES LOAN (Continued from Page 1) Zi nism, Mr. Clayton • aid that the State department eived no indication that Syria : Iding up the talks eithI i reasons given, or any •n. The' American-Arab Oil company, he said, is conductthe oil negotiations, without State department participation, :i talks are still in etween the' two gov• inn,' • RABBI SILVER DIES CHICAGO — The National C< uncil i f Palestine tiiis week voted a campaign < %  f complete non-cooperation between the Jewish com' Palestine and tin Pal; IVI rnment. The action ''ii, a Rix-houi plenary >n attende I by Jewi I maymd head of community council.,1 Jewish settlements and villages. Hit Honor the Mayor I like to observe the way justice does come around with exquisite poetry from time to time, even though it may be a thousand years from one time to the next. Particularly the Jev. 5, since they have lived lonp and seen much and been hurt much, may feel tin ir hearts warmed up from looking at poetic, justice in its rare appearances. You see, for example, 2,000 years ago the Emperor Titus built an arch to celebrate the sacking of Jerusalem by the soldiers of the Roman Empire. And, after 2,00(1 years, the Roman Empire i> dust in history and there are no people left to call Roman. But the Jews -Still are getting around in the world and are back in Jerusali m where, on top of the holy city, they have built a great university that stands much highir than the arch of Titus in Hume—a mere antique. That's poetic justice in its rarest form, but ne>nc of the Jews who suffered at the sacking of Jerusalem are here to enjoy it. The pleasure belongs to their remote descendants two thousir.d years later, and, even they, because' of their current pains, aren't enji ying it much. Now and then a history-minded Jew may Ii rive some comfort from it Well," he may say, "there was the Roman Empire and here we are. Looking at the matter along the broad vie w of history we may •onfidently say that after another 2,000 years it will yet turn out to be all right with the Jews." All this leads up to the story if poetic justice in our time, of poetic justice coming around in 'he quick cycle of every few years. I found it in Sig and Sol Bottigheimer's hat store in our town. They've been in the hat business in one spot downtown for 39 years, but their total career is hat men in our town is more ban 50 years. When I had fitted my new fall 'iat to my counte nance and it had >een wrapped, the Messrs. Bottigleimer gave me the story of hi ir cousin Bottigheimer of wing the next door neighbor with whom you speak every day over the garden wall. He could never hurt you. But it did happen even in Klein Eichsholzheim. The Jews could,come to Miami. •'in all th, ;; f %  ln ; %  lh( R( : %  ei dom Po'icen • j n Klein Eit heim : that thei ever c uld he humbled'i %  '''' : fantastic 5t PP>i %  !, howling m ocean. If he was minded that Frit/ !' Slls '' : %  ly in Jewish lory. Y after 1,000 vea t '"'v 1 even up the. "-'";' but 1 tory waits lot Yet, ii that ir. ? chanical ry mom ly by : %  by motor I by tanks, j radio. So it f_ within a • %  • theltorj invasi n I s Klein Ei zhi im and Bottighi was goin from the mcentratioa cm, Thi Amei n milil I for may r I • : • i %  K .sholzheim, ; articularh as I %  i was a Nazi and was| able %  was K: .•.. %  B %  • b< en a I I heim thi ... many years.I madi • : Th-y cavil] back %  '. hich the 1 had taki %  Fnt.' !'. tight imer's eyttj dazzled by thi sigl I f Jai perfectly autiful and in his n timi Yet he fi humble holds a i ilized man back! arroganci ii the hour of vai Besidi s just i I adn't yet c up with th thousands oil homel. en to render j to then • he could eh cause in I instance just e had shdWlJ righteou; it is c doing : So, with my new hat and' story in I bade Sig am Bottigheimi r good day and i my way. ALCAZAR REOPENS Completely redecorated 13-story Alcazar hotel, a landmark for 21 years, %  opened this week after m been in service by the ni over 3 years. The new operators, vrteew ami Beach hotelmen J. -n and Harry Kohn, •*" %  -arour.d -y tC s well I Completed in "g^lS structioi co : o< S8W.u" car originally was ** February, 1926. The Wjfl id Miamians during that v. ar. Alcazar on •' catering especial American visitors as commercial and DANNER TAKES 0FFF Richard Danner. ex- t„ok offi as Mm.j* B ger this wok reptocffll Curry, who ret.redon.aj poor health n.ii>i'^'n o t act was to warn gamble"



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sEPT EMBER3i!l! fJewlst) ncrSdfon PAGE THREE Refugee Group Plans Aid For Immigrants Federation Records Are Safe As Crown Jewels Care ol refugees by the local I Jewish community was the subW j .u r_ .. r>~ _i L i 1 '''' ,,f %  meeting of the Refugee i ^ otnlioned at the Pratt General hospi al e .. ^ =prvic<-'n) en sra .. .. r committee yesterday afternoon at b!e A en,vices at Miami synagogues through a plan [holiday 5 -. „.__: D'rlik 51inlom InHno'o wolpmno this k by B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge's veterans }1 Satin ation the offices of the .1' wish Social e bureau, 'I' 1 :! porai v ho i ing and fi' .incial support for the nine n fuueos who recently arrived hen >y representati\ l A j;iiy Stone, cochairmen, are arranging for Mhe servicemen from the hospital in Coral i synagogues which are providing seats for the discussed i Hnshona and Yom Kippur. thi bureau, Greatei Miami Jew( ilies who would like to invite these servicemen ish Federation and Natioi ^ (' holiday meals may do so by calling Charles Council of Ji wish Women. mes O R. Jacobson, executive secretary "It is extremely unlikely of the lodge, at 3-C306. If necessary the lodge will bring the men to the homes of their hosts and transport thssi back to the hospital. Jacobson said that persons contacting him should give him information concerning which synagogue they will attend, how many servicemen they wish to accommodate for dinner and whether transportation should be provided by the lodge. MSL Guest To Discuss Hospital Visitation ly unlikely that any n Inner children will be brought to the United SI ti adoption," Charli Cohl n, executive director of JSSB, said this week. JSSB is assuming responsibility for children coming to live with r latives in thi l' cal he said. The bureau is SUper. %  this wmk for the Florida Childrc '. 11 %  >mc society In cooperate n with the European Jewish Childn n's Aid. "Neither fire nor hurricane" can destroy the files of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. As a precaution, the organization has purchased microfilm equipment to reproduce its records. And like the crown jewels of Indor, they'll be stored in safety deposit boxes. The equipment will be available al a small charge to member agencies of Federation. HEBREW INSTRUCTION AND BAR MITZVAH PREPARATION BY EXPERTS Phone 2-6346 Beach Y Team Seeks League Championship Musicale Scheduled For Luncheon Meeting Trying for the championship in the Miami Beach men's softbal] li ague is the Beach Y team, | coached and captained by Randy Polansky. The team, which won the sec, ond half of the league's tournament, is playing off for the top spot against Langner Constructs ir. company's team which was j victorious in the first half. /CHEVROLET/ ;RLE R:rS come Bar Mitzva | md Mrs. j IS W. 12th ct., .: tzva at 10 t %  the Miami :c ration. will ad| ynagogue I Frimds t.. ted to ati ade stu! > • Junior High [hood To Hear lOn New Year Pratt General hospital's special services officer, Capt. Emmett C. Townsend, will discuss the hospital visitation work of the Miami Service league at a meeting Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Murray Koven, 1615 Country Club Prado. Coral Gables, honorary president. The meeting will open MSI.'s Fall activities. New projects of the group will be planned during the busini ss meeting which will precede the social hour. Mrs. Lion Kaplan, vice president, will conduct the session in the absence of Mrs Geore Chertkof, president, who is ill. Monthly bingo parties which the league holds at the Army hospital are being changed to the j first Monday of the month, Mrs. Kaplan said this week. Members who plan to attend the meeting at Mrs. Kovm's home are asked to call Mrs. Kaplan at 2-4498 or Mrs. Freda Levin, 2-6525. A musicale will follow the luncheon to be held by B'nai I B'rith Women of Sholem lodge at 12:30 p. m. Tuesday at Victor's restaurant Bdty Carson, radio singer, and young Richard Charles Schulman, trumpter, will provide the musical portion of the program, ar.d Lennie Layton, comedian, will also perf Mrs. Tina Katz is chairman of the event and reservations may : ade with her by calling 4 '1422. Members of her committee are Mrs, E. Albert Pallot, Mis. Harold Rand and Mrs. John Kronenfeld. Mrs. Sam Goldman will prcside at the she rt busini ss meeting which will precede the social hour. REFINED ELDERLY WOMAN would like to make home on Miami Beach in private home with pleasant Jewish adults. Will any interested party please call 2-7793 with details? Specializing In LIVE POULTRY Kosher Killed on the Premises Paramount Poultry Co. Wholesale and Retail Shochet Available Wednesday and Friday A.M. All Day Thursday 237 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 9-2741 LUBY Chevrolet SERVICE REPAIRS i PAINTING i BODY WORK i WASHING l POLISHING l STEAM CLEANING % WHEEL ALIGNING > WHEEL BALANCING Completely Re-Condition Your Car. Pay for It In Small Monthly Payments Thru G.M.A.C. LUBY CHEVROLET CO. Your Friendly Chevro'; Dealer W. Flagler St. at 11th Ave. PHONE 2-1711 Li I Sistermeeting of f sday afj r Max S ipiro will l.-t speaki:. His topic is V • the N V.ar." I Bi : ii will prei I meeting. lor the y %  ,(_. formukshments ,• served I at 1:30 p. f %  %  • an will be l in hon marriage [•"' %  %  • nstein, to fatrieia Allen. OFFICE OPEN The office of Beth David congregation will be open from 10 a. m. till 1 Pni Sunday for the sale of holiday tickets, it was announced this week. Harry E. Fry, Jr. DENTIST Renounces His Release hem the U. S. Army and the ening oi His Offices [ ai Way at 13th Ave. 'HONE 2-7 2 15 WANTED—Position as Inspector or Examiner in Sportswear or Dress Concern. Write Mrs. Weilzman, 710 1st St.. Miami Beach, or phone 5-9928. ^ wk Kn *lcdge |^' h < Ultimat. soenoth" •J Through the 12th Grade : ion .^A-M 10 12:30*.!*. [J* 8:30 A.M. to 4:00 PM finJ, E ,?UCATION %  £ %  9 for College Enlranc. lteS PC,U,ion Pr vided lNDRK S BIAI.OLENKI HONE 5-5 17 8 Alex Cohen Representing SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA 218 Shoreland Bldg. Phones 3-8797 or 4-0011 LIFE INSURANCE AND RETIREMENT INCOMES Cuisine Event OF THE Year Per Annum ^FO*OB"FOR"HE WICUHJM 3622 Coral Way Now Open! DINNER RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED Ph. 48-4224 — 4-9524 Sound—Stable—Vigorous Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS j LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Year, of Experience In Be.ildino Construction on Miami Bea~ luilding j tach nM. lUALITY FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. Phone 2-6141 1728 N. W. 7th ATBU CURRENT DIVIDEND On Insured Savings Accounts EACH account is insured safe to $5,000 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 Vi Block East ol Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $10,000,000.00 C L. CLEMENTS. PreaUUnt • e. k ft 1 r.i > "i I %  I: J



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I SEPTEMBER^i^ ^Jwis£ncridr/atn PAGE FIVE ^mLo dge Shorts CHEST LEADERS SPEAK AT JSSB MEETING By CHARLES R. JACOBSON established at the Ion, Ion, o" r national new uncheons at atFriedm ld of a record tolie meeting Tuesday ^ sports on the AZA the State Federation local youth protbe Hallowe'en dance ct 3lst. Of such stuff are |n B'riths made! s Cohen, energetic ta•oecialist and one of the St active brothers, has Jed by his company to |i them at then Ion in Canada. •allot has pumped our Friday Blown club. Record marked the appearance I Zwltman and Robert Dad e county solicitor. slated the famous Allfootball star, Jess Yaru, address the luncheon ld on the 20th, the group a talk on the United he who hoard our stellar | discuss the Jewish pol•alestinc cai now more Understand th( meaning (this vital and complex I The commute' on public (surpassed themselves in |fog a red-hot timely subI (2) presenting it in del to the entire lodge and best on Tues lay, George toff presided as c hairman Itiaries ESANU %  Ettnu. ib.i H -' yeara oi.i. j,, i Se v 1 nrro no ,'.. .,,:. in tttment. A |. Torker, he had made bin lb Mr and M Loiila Mar§ %  ; v .-• %  .• %  -' lor the ffj n! ii. wan .i veteran f far 1 wd wan n llred fr"m I | n N'w York. J| Leo. and r.M-Louis Marcus, l>th of HALPERN I' wrvlcei wen hi M Monday .r.,. 6fi, of 556 N. E. |wh. died Sal n la: In %  < New iui, A • ed neckwear Wmr, Halp" i • imc here Tort % %  ago. HifcmWr ol !'. %  • David, final u %  v % % %  Surviving v.Mn !.•• R Halpern, kin. Raymond Rabbli Max pud Mumv I'.r.iuer, assisted %  A F i (inducted left at the Palmer chapel, i in Ml Si bo cemetery, STEIN Stein. • X E. 61st | B H %  here six K from Mm R< ., Pa Survlv wife. MrI,• a stein; two .'.;•Hi • sThaplro and I'' Steli two sons. I II I M an u sister. Mrs. krcli-. Mlam and R brother. [ %  >• • condu Monday In chapel I. irlal will be In LAFKOWITZ died last %  y ai home, M H W, nth • from Columbus. Oft., at,, and lea'i her bus|lhan: three %  Mas, David %  ill of \1 mil, and two '• Including. Mn Ann Braunwm.. S,.IM, ... KeTf h ,.|,i i„ 1 ipel, with burial In Mt. Community Chesl be guest NET.AN LINDS Irroduct of Crcrftsme n I now prepared to offer P 1 *rvice on blinds, both I "-conditioned. Why %  your order today? Hove Your Old TIAN BLINDS |E-PAINTED Tape New Cord i with P^ry Cornices eaders will of the debate, and did his usual speakers at a board smooth job of directing the meet,ng '" ** h( -' ld 1>V J show. Social Service bureau, 8 p. in. ow. — • i'. HiDan Satin and Jerry Weinkle u,(sd;| y evening at Beth David ied all the forensic tricks in the syncgogue, used bag to affirm that "An Aggressive Jewish Policy in Palestine is Justified," while the smooth and experienced team of Abe Aronovitz and Elry Stone performed nobly for the negative. No decision was rendered by judges. Instead, the audience checked individual ballots as to their own reactions on the Donald Eyster, executive director of the Chest, and P, dent Frank Kelly will discuss community fund I tilrelati u social chests. Mrs. Pi njamin Meyi n JSSB president, and Charl. • executive director, will to and community Regional ZOA to Meet At Beach In November Plans for the southeastern regional convention of the Zionist Organization of America to be held at Miami Beach Nov. 15 to 17 are being made by Adelbert Freedman, regional director, and Jack D. Burris, acting president of the Miami Beach district. Frsedman arrived here from Atlanta this week to start work on the convention agenda. Convention headquarters will be at the National hotel. Mrs. Turk To Report Mrs. Harold Turk will present a report of the B'nai B'rith convention in Baltimore at a regular meeting of the Miami Beach Women's chapter of B'nai B'rith at 8 p. m. Tuesday evening in the National hotel. Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal will preside. A gavel will be presented to the organization by Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. The group is cooperating with the Beach men's lodge in the current "Adopt a Family" project. Money and clothes are being collected under the super| vision of Mrs. Paul Weizman. in -ohen said MASADA TO ELECT OFFICERS TUESDAY Election of officers and adoption of a constitution will 11 the agenda of thi M ada meet ing to be held Tuesdaj i at the Beach Y. Plans for a meeting di •• % %  ted to an explanatioi I Haganah, Jewish defense unit of Palesl i will also ho made. The mei to be held within a month, may be sp insored by Habonim and Junior Hadassah as well as Masada. no i\j men WWII •—-*•%.., ., II. ocrVl On subject before lh( community Chest's and after hearing the debate. As buri ; UI during we go to press, with ballots still campaign, being counted, John KronenA drive for HUP feld's Committee reports that the JSSB will be undertaken majority of the audience favored by the membership and inti the affirmative point of view, tations committee, C Such discussions perform a real tn s week, community service and the Committee on Public Affairs deserves commendation for their efforts to bring these issues to the attention of our members. Biggest community scoop of the year fell to the Beach lodge when Senator Pepper accepted the invitation to address their meeting Sunday,8:00 p. m. in Flamingo Park. Marx Feinberg's golf tournament still going strong. "Every dub a winner," says Marx. Call him at 2-0193. Final Voice of Youth program Sunday marked the close of a most successful youth series. Miss GcrtrUde Carnovsky, director of girls' work, did a superhuman job, and deserves real credit. She is now touring the Fifth district, planning bigger and better youth programs for the fall. Thanks to Wallace Maer. another committee on public affairs member, for his help on the Sept. 6th luncheon. A sparkling personality, Miss Beverly Becker, highlighted the last meeting of the B'nai B'rith Metropolitan council. Her experience in the order was most valuable to the new council. Mrs. Dena Goldman and Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal. presidents of the Women's lodges, have a splendid worker in Miss Becker. The writer and Mrs. J. thank the members of Sholem lodge for the congratulatory telegrams on the occasion of their recent nuptials. Swell guys, these Ben B'ritl \,1 f THE 0/ucl*i*£ Egj^SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE ;ffc :% SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT CHARCOAI tftttut STVM V.OVSTC* e* COUNT** rweo client* ,-£; %  •'' ; .MHCHPr...-Mimil*fllttTl •-' ft*t._ oria ou* mcirr MMSfvS .-WO* nea NOON. ;•;• L V OlriNErvi.,SEkVID TILL: \2 MIDNrGHJ +m&> FOR PRESERVATIONS •••9-1244 : %  < YOUTH TO DANCE AT Y Informal youth dances will be held again this year at the Beach Y beginning 8:15 p. m, Sunday, it was announced this week. The weekly affairs will be open to boys and girls between the of' 1 5 and 19. WANTED Woman to Cook Meals for One Adult 831 N. W. 3rd St., Apt. 1 PHONE 2-9407 Wolpert Furniture Co.'s REMOVAL SALE NOW! PRICES CUT 20 to 50% WANTED By Local Social Service Aoency Younq Woman for Interesting Evening Airport Assignment Hour* 6 to 12 P.M. Call Mrs. Finkelstein 3-6554 NOTICE i Due to Building Remodeling Offices of DR. A. F. FRIEDMAN OPTOMETRIST Will Be Temporarily Located at 2340 S. W. 25th Ave. Phone 4-5008 for appointment 155 W. Flasler Street HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES IN THE NEWLY AIR-CONDITIONED lETITFILIIiTIKKIE 935 Euclid Avenue : : Miami Beach (Between 9th and 10th Streets) RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Prominent Rabbi and Renowned Cantor Known World-Wide As "THE YERUSHALMY" Will Conduct the Services and DELIVER THE SERMONS ^serve Your Seats Norte Enioj' £e Most Inspiring and Impressive Services in Our New AIR-CONDITIONED Budding. SLICHOS SERVICES. Sat. Night. Sept. 21st. 1:00 A.M ROSH HASHONA. Sept. 25-26-27 YOM KIPPUR. Oc. 4-5 Ticket, may be purchased at the New £-££ Euclid Ave.. or at our temporary location, r. at Sixth St. The Newest Addition to That Splendid Group of Really Fine Shops Comprising the 41st St. Section 453 41st Street WQP Phone eHMTfiR 5-769 1 MIAMI BEACH Featuring Kosher Meats Poultry and Delicatessen Under the Supervision of Rabbi M. Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congregation Now Open and Ready to Serve You A complete line of GROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES and FROZEN FOODS Also a Wide Choice of Local and Northern Fish An Up-to-the-Minute Telephone Service and Twice Daily FREE-Delivery ,., R,„B fln Credit We Ple d< 3 e Exceptional We Aim to Be a Credit ^^ ThrQugh to the Community QUALITY and SERVICE In • i r 11 %  i %  -I 1 1 < %  I r i ;! %  I • .it %  i' I



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PAGE EIGHT 'Jewish HcrkUan TWO MIAMI BOYS received honors a. the Tampa convention of state AZA ha P* !" £" nt *£ Joe Reisman. of Miami chapter 322. was elected state president, and Harold Wemberg Mi ami Sigma Rho chapter, was named vice president. Pictured here (left to rirfrt)are Ted Winner, president of Tampa's AZA chapter; Weinberg. Reisman. Joel Fyvolent. Tampa, convention chairman, and David Fyvolent. St. Petersburg, sergeant-at-arms. Da bu ^ir\i U Mr. and Mrs. Cy Coverman, 1421 N. W. Firci St., are the parents of a girl, Esta Minna, who was born Saturday at Victoria hospital. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman Leslie James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Feldman, 158 Ocean dr., was born Aug. 23 Ross Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spencer Glatzer, 936 Pennsylvania ave., Sept. 3 ... Jo June, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James John Kauffmann. 2720 S. W. 16th ter., Aug. 30 Jack David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Arnold Goldfield, 140 N. Miami ave., was born Aug. 22 Sharon Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Charles Weintraub. 4964 S. W. 18th rd., Aug. 22 Barbara Norine. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kurland, 2270 S. W. 20th St., Aug. 20 Joyce Irene, -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alex Naness. 1028 Collins ave., Aug. '22 Barbara Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Max Barnett, 120 N. E. Second ave., Aug. 19 Lawrence Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Harvey Daum, 2221 S. W. 24th ter., Aug. 6 Rochelle Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Finder, 430 76th st., Aug. 24 Caron Gail, daughter of Mr. Public Relations Expert To Aid Federation Community Calendar Milt relations i i\ t, w ill ai hen early in < >> tobi to direct the icitj : > I -• • Jewish Federation. Well known tor .-. with !" %  iu I .I> • ish Ap] ; id Ni •' %  Yoi k F< li MalakofI be < e for ;! y< ar. His major work will bi in < ni ecti n with the Fedi ration fund di i\ i Aid %  ill be the Ft % %  tion pul 'lit ity comn itl i h ad< d by Harry B >y II. Membi rs of the ei mmitti e are Mi -. Harold t, Harold Ungerleider, M. J. iwitz and Mrs. Pearl GuldTO HOLD INF DINNER A con munity calendar, listing events -puns, red by local Jewish zations, will be kept again this year by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Org inizations are asked to call Federation to clear dates of i vents they plan to sponsor. Rose Chapter To Meet 1' ..::.: : ,i Jewish Ni I dinm were made by the I r W' met ation, No One, at a board meeting %  :.. Mrs. H< nry Seitlin, lent, repoi ts. The dinner, I i b. hi Id Dec. 15, lub' first big affair and Mrs. Raymond R. Weiss. 2468 S. W. 23ra St., Aug. 18 v"ickie Ann, daughter of Mr. tnd Mrs. Jack Schneider, 1552 Washington, ave., Aug. 19 The Rose chapter of B'nai li "nth Women will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the home of Miss Patricia Blau, 2907 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach. Plans will be made for the coming membership drive. A religious program will follow the meeting. WANTED Part-time Permanent Secretary for Miami Beach Lodge B'NAI B'RITH PHONE 5-0026 GIRL STUDENT 6'j Ye.irs Old. Wants Room ,-ind 3o.ird with Fine Jewish Family. Would sh.ire room. Write MRS JAY C.ire of The Jewish Flordun Box 29/3 Mi.imi 18. Fla. You Kx|MM*l Ami Of You Are I initial To Honest, lt<*liall<> Ami lniHli<>iii llsiiiilliiig Oft' Your RE A I, ESTAT1 PROBLEMS SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor 2204-2206 S. W. 27th Ave. Off Coral Way Phones 48-2600—48-2609 3 BETH DAVID Congregation "Miami's Pioneer Congregation" HIGH H0LIDHV SERUICE5 will be conducted at THE SYNAGOGUE 139 N. W. 3rd Avenue COMMENCING ROSH HASHONA Wednesday Evening September 25 JUNIOR SERVICES at BETH DAVID TALMUD TORAH -• Members who have reservations are urged to pick up tickets immediately to avoid last minute contusion. PHONE 9-3469 MJOC WOMEN TO PLAN CUTURAL PROGRAM Emphasis on its cultural program will be made by ihe Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sisterhood board when it meets at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday to outline the year's plans. The meeting will be held at the Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. Third st. Officers of the Sisterhood are Mrs. E. Karger, president; Mrs. M. Kupferstein and Mrs. Leo Rotenberg, vice presidents; Mrs. S. Geltner, recording'secretary; Mrs. D. Oehs, financial secretary; Mrs. A. M. Bear, treasurer; Miss F. Pfeffer, corresponding secretary. Members of the board are the Mesdames L. Lazar, M. Mintzer. A. Pepper, M. Rappaport, M. Rifas, H. Rothenberg, A. Sand, E. Shocet, K Simon, D. Singer, G. Solinger. carter, this J^S to remain in &*** tenth floor f t q "> %  %  AS! execute director/M l 0 "'--'"^ a Beach SI 1S expected that Fed ^1 m ? ,nt !" one ujjf 1 ^>qt* ^OUSTBROSft?; Ir-theiEST'*' 1 WANTED Stenographer for modern, airconditioned law office. Harold Shapiro. 927 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 58-2248. F OR REN1. 559 N. W. 28th ^1 Room for Two Adula) Private Family MIAMI. FLA. 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\i SEPTEMBER 13, 1946 +Jmhl ikrkUmn PAGE NINE U-jty Is Offering Subscriptions bu oks toi the UniCMiami symph' ">• *"" I [iamiarea. I tionsma ffi • U 3 To e s may %  20 AlGables, :. : E. Radio .,1 Miami ro fj ; u as until one | %  ncert Hadassah Plans For Coming Year LAWYER MADE FIRST NAZI-FREE HOLIDAYS POSSIBLE FOR JEWS IN SOUTHERN FRANCE IN 1944 i %  meet' ,f lhc HadasI ome of b, held %  "' Pr i e .90 at iJo ill be forI year s SYDNEY WEINTRAbB Heads Aged Home Drive ANT MY MILK Chairman of the $75,000 building fund campaign of the Jewish Home for the Aged is Sydnej L. Weintraub, Miami attorney. Weintraub secured the $10,000 which started the Home last year. The original contribution was made by Adam Rics, ;I elient of Weintraub's. The drive will finance an additional building, now under construction at S. W. 12 ave. and Fourth st. A dedication banquet will end the campaign in a few months. I AUGUST BROS fty£ r" la the BEST.* 'i 1L0RIDA AIRIES I HOMOGENIZED Itamin D" Milk Jt Producto" Dacro Prott* ad 1.2-2621 [eater Miami Delivery Our Farm at N. W. 82nd StXMt MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 806 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 6-6(61 '•' %  n LI Col. M. M. Isenberg d in Southern France in August, 1944, pei the 3evenl nce tnerC| e did to %  • lp the. French Jews open ues for %  Hi !.V 1) It was the first lime in four and one-half years that the Jewish people of France could worship without fear of Nazi terrorism. To prevent anyone from intimidating the worshippers. Col. Isenberg posted MP's at the temples and attended the services himself. C I. 1st nberg, who i food enf | attorney for tli OPA in ith Florida after his dischai gi tron thi army last ettlii tici oi law at the Olj •• i ia Afti erving in Africa and Italy, the colonel w< nt into Fiance by gli li I the first airborne task force which was then bai ed in Italy, Landing by paracl la back injury wl ich hospitalized him for a month after his return I Col. Isenberg was in charge of all military police operations after the landing. Under his command also w< re criminal investigations and the stockades for prisoners of war and American disciplinary purposes. In the first day, his men took 5,000 prisoners. One of the first big tasks that Col. Isenberg directed was the i jtablishment of traffic controls to speed the invading Alia.over roads and bridges. He also coordinated traffic controls in the cities with the civilian polio At the request of Gen. Joseph Dillon, deputy provost marshal general of the ETO. Col. Isenberg later joined the first Allied airborne army as provost marshal in control of all military police operations of airborne divisions in Europe. The colonel had served under Dillon at Ft. Meyer, Va. Col. Isenberg was the man who put Monte Carlo off limits to American troops. He was the first Ami rican to enti r the little principality of Monaco (site of the famous gambling spot), which was prohibited to our troops be1 ause it was a neutral principality. In all Isenberg spent two years overseas. During the last eight ficer of MP's at Ft. Sheridan, 111. A member of the first handpicked MP class which attended the provost marshal general school at Ft. Meyer, Va., he later became chief of the school's law department where officers and officer candidates detailed to military government received their legal and criminal investigation training. Just before going overseas he directed the discipline of close to one million troops in his capacity of provost marshal of the Desert training center in the California-Arizona maneuver area. For his work with the OPA this winter, Col. Isenberg remonths, he was provost marshal I ceived a letter from Joseph Mcof thi I.yon district of France. Namara, regional head of the food i at 14.000 square mile area, section, commending him on ho had jurisdiction over disciplin-1 "The vigorous, yet fair manner American troops and coordii military activities with those of the Ficnch civilians. Hi fore r< turning to the states, he reci ived a special visa to tour Switzerland in a private car proby linger Lapraz of the Swiss diplomatic corps. Lapraz was one of the many notables with whom Isenberg became acquaints!. Others were Eduard Herriot, ex-president of France and now n ayi r of Lyon; Baron de R< uter of the famous news agency, and Frank Jay Gould, son of the railroad magnate. Gould has promised to visit Isenberg here on his first trip back to the states since World War I. Th< colonel entered the army as a first lieutenant in March, 1941, aftei practicing law in Chicago tor 11 years. He was in charge of recruit training in Illi. Michigan and Wisconsin before becoming commanding ofin which enforcement was accomplished in Miami and which held down food prices" in this district during Col. Isenberg's tenure. Col. Isenberg is making his home at 3888 N. W. Second ter. with his wife and seven year-old daughter. PAA GIVES $30,000 TO HOSPITAL DRIVE jionKpn s St* vov 1"* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Y Has Sports Program RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. S-7301 Beet carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANF.L BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices %  HuaLarge Beautiful Grounds,^^ OUBY HINTING IC0RP. An extensive sports program for children between the ages of 6 and 14 is now be ing offered by tl Beach Y from 3 to 5:30 p. m. Monday through Friday. Relays, volleyball, softball, shuffleboard, ping pong, horseshoe pitching and newcomb ball arc among the games played. Children are invited to participate. ^ WHEN YOU TAKE VITAMINS Beach Home Auxiliary Plans Fall Program Miami Beach Women's auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Ag d will hold its first Fall board meeting early in October, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president, announces. Mrs. Sherry is calling the first regular nueting of the season for Oct. 15. The auxiliary's summer project, conducted by Mrs. Benjamin Appel, will be concluded in November. A contribution of $30,000 was given by the Pan American World Airways to Greater Miami's Mercy hospital campaign. The second largest cash donation, the PAA gift brought the campaign past the $700,000 mark. Humphrey W. Toomey, PAA Latin-American division manager, made the presentation to General Chairman George C. Estill. The proposed 300-bed hospital, which will be operated by the Florida Sisters of St. Joseph, will be located on 40 acres on the south side of the Deering estate. It will be owned and controlled by Mercy Hospital, Inc., a nonprofit corporation, whose trustees represent a cross-section of Dade county citizens, without regard I I f_ -* %  JbMIL Study Juvenile Detention Sherwood Norman, representative of the National Probation association, arrived from New York Monday to make a study eif local juvenile detention facilities. The study will be sponsored e c unty commission, juvenile court judge. Council of Social Agencies and the Community Chest. Miami Women Continue Dime Campaign for Aged Aiding the project to finance an addition to the Jewish Home for the Aged, now under construction, the Miami Women's auxiliary is continuing its "Dime for a Dream" fund campaign. Distribution of additional books to be filled with dimes was made this week. Information regarding contributions or books may be obtained by contacting the chairman of the campaign, Mrs. Murray J. Shulman. 542 S. W. 13 ave* telephone 2-4957. Assisting in the campaign are Mrs. Harry Danziger, treasurer, and Mrs. Louis Herzog, president of the auxiliary. / 3-SOOO iKMHsm AHCIHSURED (OKTMCWIS 669 N.W.d^ St f met, MIAMI 36. FLORIDA C 'F2 l ,W„,...E.chc.p.u.r. r rr. minimum daily requirements jf the vitamin. "Web have been established s> essential t" human nutrition. 2_< ,,,>>., iiont...Jma one rsnule ,„,l.v and >u can for.et all about it you *i not *Mty~aSi* &**** W1ES LABORATORIES. HC. • EUHART, INOWtA ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection \ GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach i •..< • :i i -i •;. fi iii -' %  I i s d • ;, ii i i '5 % 


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HHH PAGE TWELVE +Jcistifln FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER LOCAL BODIES URGE ALL PARENTS TO POSTER RELIGIOUS EDUCATION A call to Jewish parents of guage that forms a bom Greater Miami, urging them to with Jewish %  t •' % %  provide religious education for their children, was issued this week by 24 local organizations on the opening of Jewish Education Month, The statement ww: The late Louis Marshall said: "It is my firm conviction that there is nothing that the Jews of this country can do which equals in importance the maintenance and development of its Jewish education system The great problem of American Jewry today is to find the simplest, the most direct and the most effective means of regaining what we have been losing, the finest ideals inherited from our forefathers." The parents have an obligation to give their children a Jewish education. The unmistakable obligation of the Jewish school today, as never before, is to synthesize the ideals of Jewish religion and American democracy; t" transmit the knowledge ( f thesi principles and institutions to our growing generation^ to build better Americans and better J< ws at a time when we arc in desperate need of both; to serve as an instrument in the making of a better world. The course of study in the Jewish school is therefore, designed to give the American boy and girl the fundamentals of a Jewish education. The program of studies in our schools has In n formed so that, more int. nsivelv in some and less so in others, our boys and girls are taught to read and understand Hebrew, the sacred language of the Bible and the Prayer Book, and tie lanof the present. They are taught the mi of J. wisli customs and en. ies. Tiny learn t the Jewiih peopli. of oui matic strugg e to Lve foi t. %  Of our ideal.and I I -HI: win., I U lous survival despite all mannu of adversity. Tluy ai, mad. familiar with current events ii th< presenl life i I tl e J< w II over thi t i I Thcj learn to sing the t syna%  beautiful folk and I c m di in Pah I In short, the program ol i ts the ] cal Jew who is nt" tual .'' %  • %  so by virhis grow ing undci standing of, and adl i and etl foundat : Amei fncdon and demoi ratii rest. Jewish Education M nth will be observed locally Sept. 81 o. t. Bth. W< are sending oul to parents >>i Gi ati M fulfill th< ii to th( selves and to theii seeing to it that their children are given the opportunil adequate Jewish education. Enr 11 your son or dau in a Jewish school now! If your child already attends, keep him in school and give him an opportunity to comph ; course. Keep I until he graduati Remember, too, it is also ui gent that pai i nts i ducate I selves as well as procure education for their children. Take advantage of the adult education courses that are being ofl ed HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC. 122 N. E. 6th St. Ph. 3-5174 Wedding Invitations and Announcements For the Most Particular Bride Distinctive Monogrammed Stationery Informals Visiting Cards Birth Announcements FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL WORK So ... YOU WANT A NEW SEIBERLING! right now perhaps you'll have to wait lor that new Seiberling but come in and let us put your name on the DIXIE PRIORITY list. You'll be notified promptly when they are delivered. and ... IF IT'S RECAPPING! well DIXIE workmanship is tops! Top-quality SEIBERLING MATERIALS and workmanship of trained technicians combine to produce "BETTER" LONGER LASTING RECAPS! I CONVENIENT NEIGHBORHOOD STATIONS DIXIE TIRE CO %  T. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH %  • 101 8. W. First Street Mt7 N. Miami Ave. MM N. W. 17th Ave. 9J3 Fifth Street Phone s-r>:i(i!( 1K10 Alton Koad Phone 5-972 i DBG Installs Officers At Luncheon TuesdayMi,Pal Curtice was installed ,. president of the DBG chapter B'nai B'rith Girls at a lunch%  .,, 11 officers Tuesn i at the home of .! ci arlottc Sandier, 1047 N. N. 47 st. Othi rfcci installed were ,i Yvette Margulies, vice in ident: Miss Chai lotte Sandng ecretary; Miss Sy., ll Seidman, corresponding secretary; Miss Gertrude Sugarnan, treasurer; Miss Anita Man: • ant-at-ai ma : hi an th( Misses R ti i" g, Marcia Hanni n, Di Simons, Doi is Kasow, Bi na Shi ctman, Ruth Nar:, :. Soni Pailot, Beryle i. Clan Bachman, and Raa Breitbart. Mrs. Josi pi Bei mann and Mrs. Toback are sponsors ol the at the Miami V cverj Tuesday evening. %  TIDBITS FROM EVEP.YWHEF (Copyright, 14, Seven Arts Fta. (Copyrioht, 1948, Seven Art. • By PHINEAS J. Bn£j ,yMI, > Voice, New Negro newspaon a splendid in our local communities. \V, hope you will respond "to call for the sake of your child's happiness. Your Jewish :i. cl di mands it. The esti, i. ol your fellow citizens of ..ui:y d< mai ds it of you, .. :... late President Roosel t< aching the demo. %  An i i ..ii childi we m I i astaining, buttress: I aid i t thost great religious .. .. are the heritage modern civ ilization." Orgi nizations which signed the American Jewish Congress Women, Ueth David, Beth b, B'nai B'rith of Miami Beach, B'I ai B'rith Sholem lodge. Greater Miami Rabbinical association, Hadassah of Greater Miami, Hi hiew Teachers group, Hillel Foundation of the University <>! Miami, Jewish National Wi rkers alliance, Jewish War Veterans of Greater Miami, MiBeach Jewish Center, Miami 1 Orthodox congregation, Mizrachi, National Council of Women, Pioneer Wornen's Organization of Greater Miai T i pli Bi!:. Sholi m. TemIsrael, Workmen's Circle, YM & YW11A ..I Miami. YM & WHA : Miami Beach, Zionist district I M in Zionist district of Miami Beach, Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. We Sart Ton Money Collins Transport I, Tradinc, 1Mb •" N. r tasn ST. Phone 3-0789 Electrical Appliances for the Home Ask lor U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHEK ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Dietributori Phone 2-6141 1721 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI GOOD WORK: The People's Yolk's foremost per, is carrying campaign to counteract antiSemitic propaganda anong Negroes We read the other day in a column "One God—One People" a wonderful piece on "Who Crucified Jesua Christ?" The writer completely demolished the myth that "The Jews" were guilty and gave an accurate picture of the divided Jewish community in the days of Pilate, ruler of Rome Non-Negro papers should reprint that column e\ery year around Easter and Christmas time RECOMMENDED: "The Jewish Community of Winnipeg," a statistical study by Louis Rosenberg, director. Research Bureau. Canadian Jewish Congress, is the most comprehensive booklet on a Jewish community ever lo come lo our attention We do recommend it to our social workers in this country ... It will teach theen how to analyze, evaluate and dissect the development of Jewish communal life IN MEMORIAM Isaac Landman should not be remembered as the man who opposed Zionism at the famous 1922 session of the Foreign Affairs committee of the House of Representatives ... He was a versatile, courageous rabbi who insisted on his independence There were tim.s when he not only defied his own trustees but stood up against the most powerful Jewish organizational leadership And we know of at least one incident when he stormed into the sanctum sanctorum of a well-known Christian clergyman in Brooklyn He told the gentleman that his £ood-will pronouncements wire phony and that unless he would call off his associates of the Christian Front, he, Landman, would expose him Yes, Rabbi Landman knew how to fight WELL DONE: Reuben Salzman, general secretary of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal order has just returned from a ten-week visit to Europe Five of those ten weeks Mr. Salzman spent in Poland Mr. Salzman had a two-hour interview with Ignaci Wzosh. head of the commissariat for Jewish Affairs Mr. Wzosh outlined a broad plan strengthening the Jewish position in Poland Salzman distributed 22.340.000 Zloays in the name of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal order to held in the rebuilding of Jewish lift Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatment! of acute medical, and convalescent eim Especially equipped for care ef nervous and mental disorder!, drug and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and F.lectric. Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Medical Director and Prealdent 1861 N. W. 8. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243 9-1042 Open to Memben of Dade County Medical Assn. ,PoUnd %  *,,,, v Job. Mr. Sal, ONE TOO MANY Mrs Ct-cile Rea, hCT ?> Rob '. "in Z\ was l*aten u Mh '"""I ** ""• "veral ho Urs reason: When asked by h l answered: "No, I ^ Sue), incidents ar t JJT us from many distric'sinr New York qualify to the heading dents arc The T.-. Police. these cases "juvenile dtlm • -Actually the, | clearly anti-SeJ 's just, one loo, case example ... h is FLASH: Paul Muni, Ben Heck, I Kurt We.ll, responsible [ success of "A Flag „ \ donating their time and'] to the show without "on The show pro^, New York by the League | Free Palestine will w $100,000 for the Jewish tense activities in PalesWJ Rummage Sale Con The current rummage u, the Greater Miami Jewish ( sumptive relief society rj| tinue today and tomorrow i W. 13 .st. and Third ave, a effort to raise money fT needy tubucular patientsii| local area. Contributions of items n| sold at the sale may be bn to the home of Mrs. Martial Sunshine, 1520 S. W. 11 chairman. Yarborough To Sp Jess H. Yarborough, of the city welfare dep will be the guest speaker s| Sholem lodge luncheon I the Downtown club. AI All-American football star, | coached the Miami High I Stingarees before entering | service. His speech will I titled "Ri creation Program) Miami Youth." VICTOR'S REOPENS Highlighting Miami's cafea is Victor's Coral Way resti*" which nopened last week. Well known in local epic". Circles is Victor Mum. to the restuarant. Former dm of the Cial Gables Country"dining room, Muaihad| restaurant in the Antiui" one time. ,,, Andre Douthre. recently the Hotel Avila in Car** vises the kitchen with Carl as maitre de. ^ Food is served in the fl loungo ^VinV" room closes at W.SU. ^. No floor show is achrfJ the new season, butLou^ GORDON ROOFWGW SHEET METAL W0B H.v. your tg"g?l will savs on a m ••Satisfactory *•. Exprienco r" n NATIONAL RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN BREAKFAST LUNCH WM*. Take Home Phone DN ESDAVS Delicacies 1690 S. W. 8th Street CLOSED t O 3-9305



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PAGE TWO > legist fieriMian it* ftetexHiaUy speaking, Miss Harriet Hart has^returned to the city after a summer vacation which included visits to New York. Baltimore and Boston. She is spending time at the Versailles Cabana club before returning to the University of Miami in the fall Albert Coldman, postmaster of New York city, is attending the postmasters' convention at the Alcazar hotel Buddy Allen and his fiancee. Connee Rothenberg, are vacationing in New York. They attended the Miss America beauty pageant in Atlantic City ... Al and Harry Silverstein and their families of Toledo and Columbus, Ohio, respectively, (hem to California ... Mr. and are vacationing at the Ritz M rs Stanley Myers and chilPlaza hotel Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beigelman and son, Solomon, of Havana, Cuba, stopped in Miami this week en route from New York to Havana to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobskind. They stayed at the Whitehouse hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Solospen i ast weekend in Jacksonmon have returned to Miami Vl]lp Mrs. Herman Wronker dren have returned from Copake, N. Y. Back in Miami are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stone, who were visiting in Georgia; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stone, who were in Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. George Stone, who were in Alabama and Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Romer from New York. Mrs. Solomon is the former Miss Muriel Ausville Mrs. Herman Wronker returned from vacationing in Mr. and Mrs. is the former Miss Muriel AUSChicago lander Mrs. Henry Rabin Harold R finn are vacationing and children returned to Miami Qn Miarni Beach from Boston, after spending the summer in She is he (ormer Miss Beatrice New Jersey Miss Ha "' et Schulman of Miami ... Mr, Gottesman. daughter of Mr. Qnd Mrs t Tannen have reand Mrs. Hyman Gottesman, of, turned to Miami after vacation1037 Michigan ave., is spend-, ing m New Hampshire, Massaing three weeks in New York | c h use tts. Pennsylvania and and New Jersey. While in %  New Yor k R ev S. J. FreedNew York she is stopping at | mQn of M iami Beach is back the Lincoln hotel Mrs. Sam Silver and Dennis have returned from their summer vacation in Hendersonville ... Mrs. Jerome Weinkle will spend the New Year holidays in Charlotte, N. C, with her parents ... Mr. and Mrs A. Kronenfeld are returning this week from Hendersonville Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sachs, 2320 S. W. 25th St.. and their daughter, Mrs. Joe A. Levine, are spending a few weeks at the Grossinger hotel in Ferndale, N. Y. Zev Harris, of Brooklyn, is spending several weeks at the Tides hotel. He is in charge of youth activities of the National Council of from New York Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno of Miami Beach returned from a vacation to Vermont and New York. While in New York, Mrs. Schachno took a 4-week physical therapy course Mr. and took a four-week physical therapy course Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schwartz returned with them Miss Emily Feibelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feibelman, of 5990 N. E. Fifth ct., is attending the campus leaders' conference of Stephens college in Columbia, Mo., prior to the opening of the fall term. Miss Feibelman is acting house manager and senior sister in Linden hall Mrs. M. Moses and children Herman Berk Selects New York For Wedding Miss Miriam Minsberg, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs, E. H. Minsierg i f Poughkeepsie, N. Y„ and H erm ,„ M. Berk i I Miami Beach A ll be married Thursday in New ,-,,ik city. After honeymooning New Yoik. they will return to the Beach to make their home here. The brid( -elect was graduated Hunter college and received i master's degree at Columbia univeristy. Sh< is a former member of the Poughkeepsie High school English department and fi r the last two years was associated with tlu Rutherford Senior High school, Rutherford, N. J., and was instructor of English it Fairleigh Dickinson Junior ollege in Rutherford. She was a member of Hadassah, the Jewisjj Center of Poughkeepsie, and the American Association of University W men. Mr. Berk is local attorney. He ittended Emory university and raduated from the University of Miami, where he received iis I achelor of law degree. He is ine of the founders of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and has been its vice president since its inception in 1940. He is an active numb r of the B'nai B'rith lodge of Miami Beach, the Zionist organization, and the Florida and Dad. County Bar associations. S^J^BI JULIUS KAPLANS TO RESIDE AT BEACH Miss Power P„ engagement of ,'. nnM Jp i S *2 ft of M attended • : DEBBS chap* Women 0a| The bridegroom*!j M: HennettaFrantSI aye., a tt en P > %  and v. 0 .,!' % %  • % % %  nawJ ClflC • % %  Following their wa ••' ra Ple will real ami. Selma Bolotin Selects N. Y. For Ceremony Young Israel Mr. H. Budner and daughter. Q New York Irene, returned recently from a ^^ Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupfervacation to New York and Washington, D. C. Mr. and j Mrs. Abe Gannes and family | stein are expected in Miami toreturned to Miami after Labor day ... Mr. end Mrs. Al Wise, of the Tamiami hotel, returned after a seven-week vacation in Ohio and North Carolina ATTENDS CONFERENCE George Talianoff left to attend the national staff conference and commissioners' meeting of the Anti Defamation league of B'nai B'rith in New York Sept. 19-23 Ivlr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid returned from an extended trip through Canada and New England Dr. Max Pepper and family are back from a vacation in Nova Scotia Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner returned to Miami from a crosscountry motor trip which took day irom New York Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobson have returned from their wedding trip and are residing in Miami Mrs. George Chertkof is home from Jackson Memorial hospital IDC MAN HERE Richard Cohen, an affiliate of the Joint Distribution committee in New York is vacationing at the Monroe Towers hotel (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) BUSINESS SERVICES All Typo of Stencils Made to Suit Your Business Needs. One, two or three color. Illustrated or other. wis* Plain and fancy. Fast Mimeographing Service. HERBERT BOGNER 978 N. W. 3rd St. Miami Phone 2-9165 Miss Selma Ruth Bolotin. daughti r of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bolotin, 1923 S. VV. 14th ter, has select, d Sept. 22. as the date of her marriage to Ivan B. Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher, of 2237 S. W. Third st. The ci remony will take place in New York. Miss Alice Weiner of New York, who has been a life long Friend of the bride-elect, will lid of honor. Jack Olin will be the best man. Mr. Fisher has recently been discharged after four years of service with the irmy air corps. Center Has New Cantor Cantor B. Singer of Baltimore will arrive here today to become associated with the Miami Btach Jewish Center, according to Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Singer will replace Cantor Emanuel Balkan who resigned si veral months ago to take a position in Brookline, Mass. MODELLING CLASSES FOR ADULTS Also Specializing in Children's Modelling "GET ACQUAINTED" PRICE $25.00 (or Entire Course Registration Daily from 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. SPECIAL PRICE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Sept. 16th to Sept. 23rd. inclusive Other Classes for Children in TOE TAP BALLET ELOCUTION PIANO VOICE All Types of Modern Ballroom Dancing and Rhumba Are Also Taught For The Best 1034 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH. FLA. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Jewish New Year Cards MAKE YOUR SELECTION EARLY! a £ 10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue Opp. Florida Power 4 Light Co. Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Kaplan, who were married in a formal ceremony at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sunday evening, are honeymooning in the Carolines and Pennsylvania. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the ceremony. On their return, the couple will reside at 1038 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach. The bride is the former Miss Shirley Anne Stamen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Lewis, She was attended by Miss Zelda Kaplan, maid of honor. The Misses Marjorie Friedland and Barbara Kaplan were flowtr girls. Miss Sylvia Tupler kept the bride's book. Mr. Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaplan, was attended by Harold Smotkin of York, Pa., best man; and Edward Kaplan and Jack Stamen, ushers. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. J. Krandsorf of Hanover, Pa.; Joseph Hoehberger of York. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Friedland of Philadelphia, Pa.: Mrs. Joseph Breslow of Sioux Falls. S. D.; Mrs. Arthur Gilberg and Mrs. Louis Danziger and^ons of Fremont, Ohio; Harold Danziger of Tiffin. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Herlx it Lewis of Los Angeles, Calif.; Miss Ida Stamen and Mrs. Bess Katz of Chelsea, Mass., and Miss Charlotte Goldberg of Harrisburg, Pa. Frehling Opens Office Dr. Stanley Frehling moved into his new offices in the DuPont building this week for the practice of surgery. g urdine's Bl ossom s Plastic Table Covers i .49 each Save linen and laundry bills with Blossom's plastic Crystalene transparent table cloth covers. Waterproof, may be whisked clean with a damp cloth. Size about 47x72 inches. MIAMI STORE, HOUSEWARES, FIFTH FLOOB Miss Schwartz Saw Marriage Vows Sit Mi Jeanne Schwd tei M S rtz ..f 1930 s. W.; and .1 ii rowiu.iL and Mrs, Adolph Hon 730 : • --. m] al 5 p n Sunday at thel Ji Orthodox C_ with Rabbi MurrayQtl ating. Atfi r honeymooning J 1'" thi couple wiUi Miami Miss Schsrsrul school :. Pi v.-ylvaniii Hoi". 1 ..-, was rectad m thi %  %  : 1 in the FalL BJE SEEKS TEAC Ne. Sui < %  : : if by Al Gannes dil ector <>f the Bureau of| Education, this Pi hing to i rj Gai I 3-5858. Apj must background or expert Sunday si said. JEWISH NEW TOR C| S. I. FREED!HEBREW BOOK Sfl 214 4th St.. Miami I Betwen Co iM ^ Ai*J Hebrew Religious Supfi Synaqogues and Pnnl Also for_Hebrew_5* Telephone W !) %  NC01NIU5 w AMI MAC" QP..N ItfMj a PiTO j ... DYNAMITE] ON FILM! Ernest HetninH "The Killersj AVA GAR!"* BURT LANCASH EDMOND 0'BB



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telMUEIIiDipidliiaup 7?gg^£-THE J E WISH UNITY F ana THE JEWISH WEEKLY Selected (alii not 1017 Drive Ly of the 30 ::.embers of npaign cabin I which will |he local ated fund wintei .. i re named day. Lc of tl Sinai hostlccted Bali'ii do Hirsch president. Abraham striated Polish Jews ie Stettin Terrorism ocsW (ITA' Repatriated Jews who, after arriving from jL were ge ttled by the Poli3h authorities in the former tv of Stettin, are now panick-stricken as a result of the anti-Jewish propaganda and terror there, which fol?same pattern as in other parts of Poland. WS ed terroristic activities on the part of local Poles are the lews to leave their dwellings and all other possesd cross the border en route to the American zone. Hunjf them are handing over the keys of their apartments to ol Jewish committee and are leaving town with a few — personal possessions. According to a report reaching here there are at present no more than 6.000 Jews left in Stettin, and even this number is dwindling. Only several weeks ago the number of repatriated Polish Jews in Stettin exceeded 26.000. The report reveals that Jews have been killed in the vicinity of Stettin and that even in the center of the city Jews have been found murdered. The local Jewish self-defense group prev< ntt tl a pogrom which was apparently planned by local anti-Semites. They persuaded a local Polish woman to raise an alarm that her child had disappeared and was "probably kidnapped by Jews." A unit of the Jewish defense organization started a search for the missing child and found it peacefully sleeping at home. The threatening crowd was dispersed and the mother arrested. A Polish policeman was also arrested in Stittin for firing at Jewish children passing in the Street Two Jewish children, wounded • by his bullets, had to undergo operations. One of them, an 8-year-old girl, had both her legs amputated, and the other, a boy, lost his right arm. Jews Dragged from Trains In Lodz Jews are still being dragged off Polish trains despite intensified government efforts to combat anti-Semitic terrorism and anti-government groups. A report reaching the Jewish committee there states that armed terrorists removed five Jews from a Lodz-Cracow rain. Their fate is unknown, but it is assumed that they have been murdered. Another report states that 23year-old Chaim Pszenica. a Jewish officer in the Polish army, who was decorated with the highest honors for bravery on the Kfhi'liik'dktfb&s battlefield, was murdered on the road from Kalushin to Siedlece. His body was brought to Siedlece where he was buried with military honors. _MIAMI 18, FLORIDA/FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS kn, Leonard Wien, Sam [Alex Vai Straaten, Arfngar. M Liberman, I Dol Lashman Ity C. Mj kHitivi %  e Greater iJea-ish F( deration who |re en the cal net are Max president, and Wm. D. Barry C • im, Herbert ^Ve Phillips. Jacob Sher, U. Joseph i: Stem, Mrs. fC. Myers n Mrs. Monte l r •'•" %  .n of the pion drive last winter. the cabinet holds its etmg it will name ten ntatives fron the commu[large and lect a campitman. than $3,000 ifj will be | in the drivi to finale •"•'on of the hospital and ft agencies ol Federation* lians Plan ffURT (JTA) Gen. F-McNarney, V. s. ComM"i Europe, iccompanied PWulipS. Bernstein, his on lewis Affairs, this to Italj presumably with Italian author%  P nfor providing shel*M displaced Jews *nerican Government t h S' it was revealed EL ,," n 20 *"* of the 3o,ooo je WS inffltraAmencan zone monthly mpanied children. The are taken to a spewho n a D u *' apeCch ""'• 40 miles it w f c not alwa y s %  has bee,, established JSfir* 8end thc lmclud, ifety, while e their personal aMh w later The f e Rosenheim camp •States ILSW System SENATOR PEPPLR SENATOR PEPPER 10 SPEAK SUNDAY Senator Claude Pepper will be the principal spi aker at a public forum being by th< Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith .-it Flamingo park at 8:30 p.m. Sunday. Senatoi Peppi r, who will be here to address the postma convention, will discuss vital issues of a national and international nature. The forum will be the first in a series of public affairs functions ui spon|p ol the Miami B lodge. John B. McMgonx ry, publisher, will intn duce the senator. Tl • affaii has been arranged by Walter Kovner, program chairman, with Han Id Turk in charge ol th< Sunday night forum. The mayor, councilmen and numerous civic leaders are expected to attend the meeting, which George J. Bertman, pre idi i I ol 'the ledge, announces Is open to the general public. In case oi rain, the meeting | will be held at the Miami Beach High school. Jews Remain Absent From London Meet LONDON, Sept. 10 (JTA)—Prime Minister Clement R. Attlee, addressing the opening session oi the conference on Palestine attended only by representatives of Arab states, today emphasized that no settlement of the Palestine problem is possible unless Jews and Arabs are prepared to make concessions and to take into account each others interests. The "federalization plan" offered by the British government remains the first item on the agenda of the conference, he told the 16 Arab delegates present, but added that the government is not committed to this proposal. Each delegation is free to forward amendments and different proposals, he declared. The Palestine problem, he pointed out, cannot be treated in isolation, but against a wider background of world policy. "Palestine," he stated, "is a tiny country, but everything that happens in it has reactions in a far wider sphere. For a Palestine plan to ignore these reactions would be to shut its eyes to realities." The Arabs and Britain, Attlee continued, are associated in a natural partnership. The danger for this partnership can be removed by seriously searching for a solution of the Palestine problem "to which you and we can honorably agree." The British Prime Minister recalled that the Arab national revival would have been much slower if the Ottoman Empire had not been broken up by the British armies in World War I. (Continued on Page 4) Seller Iliads Budgeters V Directors Attend Meet Herbert Scher, vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was elected chairman ui' the organization's budget nittee Tuesday night. II ping to complete its precampaign studies by December, t h c committee will conduct hearings for the next 13 weeks to determine allocations to be granted to local, national and overseas agencies from the 194647 campaign funds. Hearings will be held on Monday evenings. A budg t manual was adopted %  ting this week to guide local agencies in applying for funds. The manual sets forth regulations for participation in the annual campaign. Tlie la w chairman, who succi eds Rabbi Max Shapiro, has been a member of the budget mittee for the past two years. In last year's Combined Jewish Appeal, he served as chairman of ting committee. Miami Ulvl UilU Prexy I .S. Studies Loan to Arabs WASHINGTON (JTA)—A proposed loan of 300,000,000 for development of the Arab states has been given some study by the State department, but not consideration in the sense that any plan is in preparation for submission or recommendation of such a loan to anyone, Acting Secretary of State William Clayton said this week The GradyMorrison "federalization plan" for Palestine proposed the issuance of such a loan. Asked about the reported refusal of the Syrian government to discuss oil and aviation agreements with the United States because of this government's sym(Continued on PQ ) Lo ikout Mountain, Term., will be the scene of the first postwar convention of the Si uthem section, Jewish Welfare board, this wet kend. Attending from the Greater Miami area will be Maurice Grossman and Jack P. Marash, executive directors of the Miami and Beach Y's: Sam Miller, representing the Miami Y. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. representing the Beach Y. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Grossman accompanied their husbands to Tennessee. Twenty Southern communities will be represented at the • %  inga which will emphasize postwar programs t< r youth and v< t i ms. Grossman and Marash will be discussants in two of the professional sessions, and Grossman will preside at a meeting of the Southern chapter, National Association of Jewish Cent, r Worker* Grenum Berger, president of the national organization, will be guest speaker. A native Miamian, Miss Sara Rosi Schwartz, received national last week when she was elected national president of B'nai B'rith Girls at the BBG convention at Camp Cejwin in Fort Jervis, N. Y. She is thc past president of 1 i BBG district five, and before | | served as president of the local BZB chapter. At Miami High school she was a member ol National Honor society and a member of the National Forensic league. A junior at Duke university, Miss Schwartz, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, is president of the Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Miss Irene Jacobs, who was recently elected president of the B'nai B'rith Young Women's disDecision Due On Loan Fund Fate of the Baron de Hirsch fund, ten year-old community loan service, will be discussed at a meeting of representatives of the Jewish Social Service bureau and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and trustees of the fund at 2 p. m. today in the offices of Federation. The