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The Jewish Floridian ( September 20, 1946 )

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telMtUEItapidliigup T^^Wn^-THE JEWISH UNITY c !" & THE JEWISH W EEKLY MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS f YORK (JTA)—Some Ijewisl %  in Ru hungary and Poland face Ipects of %  levere winter [wans are found to inline large-scale assistance l-r lV are already receiving j | Distribution Bee'.'Dr. Josi pi Schwartz, Lopean direel >r, said this It apres nce Xhwartz, who is returning ipe in a few days, pointed It Rumania has suffered a I and that tult foid prices are soarlend the %  the 335,Vs there, and that the Lt incn aid to that J" In Hungary, he de%  tr.i JIK' Ii ilready spent L "" for aid this year for .JO Jew.there, but with bilization ol currency the M the dollar has decreased lei fur.ds will have to be Jfrom $500,000 in Augr50.00O in September, ing | 60,000 Jews tdPolar.ii since the July p.;'. K %  i said that Ljnu| I' w are finding it lifficult to rehabilipnselvfs and to rebuild VTINUED ON PAGE 5) World Jewry Awaits New Year; Synagogues Announce Services World Jewry will usher in the New Year period this weekend with the first of the series of holiday services. Wednesdaynight will mark the actual beginning of the New Year, 5707. Services will be held in nine of the houses of worship in Greater Miami. ORTHODOX The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation services will be performed by Rabbi Murray Grauer and Cantor Maurice Mamches. For the Slichos services at 1 a.m. Sunday, the rabbi's sermon will be entitled, "Rise In the Night." The first of the Rosh Hashona services will be read Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday morning services will begin at 8 a.m. | Rabbi Grauer will speak on 'The United Nations and a United People" on Thursday and on "Our Posterity" Friday, j, seph Malek and Fred Ochs will conduct the services at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah i i tl e Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. At the Beth Jacob Synagogue Slichos (Penitential) services will be conducted at midnight Saturday with Rabbi Moses Meschi speaking on "A Sunn In the Night." Cant( i Louis D. Feder and H. Halpern will chant the services. Rosh Hashona services will begin at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in both the synagogue and community building. Morning services will begin at the community building at 7:30 a.m. and at the synagogue building at 8 a m. "United Nations" will be the rabbi's subject for Thursday and he will speak on "A United Nation" on Friday. Cantor Nathan Wn obel, assisted by S. J. Freedman, will conduct n the community building. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky will conduct Slichos services at B m. S mday morning and will :. Ro Hashona services at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the new Beth TiiK.'n synagogue. Thursday and Friday services will begin at 7 a.m. The rabbi's Thursday address is entitled "The Ram's Horn." 'Self-Sacrifice" is the title of his Friday sermon. CONSERVATIVE The traditional midnight services ol Slichos will be conducted j at the Miami Beach Jewish Center by Rabbi living Lchrman, who will preach on "The Centuries Speak." Rosh Hashona services will start at 7 p.m. Wednes(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Floridian To Close For High Holy Days The offices and plant of The Jewish Floridian will be closed on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 26 and 27, due to the Rosh Hashona holiday. All copy for next week's issue of the paper, which will b the annual New Year special edition, must be turned I in by MONDAY NOON. SK >l


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PAGE TWO VeAbonaMy fyua&iny • • With the beginning of Fall ave., motored back to Miami and the sounding oi school after vacationinq in Michigan bells once again, many Miami City. Ind. Mrs^ Sammie collegians are leaving to reHalperin and daughter, Marsume their studies throughout leen, are visiting here witn the nation. Miss Sara Rose her parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz left Wednesday for Mintzer. 1843 S. W. Ninth s. Duke university. She is the from Dublin, Go. Mr. Halperin president of the Alpha Epsilon will join them for the holidays. Phi sorority there Miss Surprise Party Judith Wolpert, daughter of Mr. Jonathan Jay Braunstein, son and Mrs. George Wolpert. left 0 f Mr. and Mrs. H. Jay BraunTuesday for Wellesly college stein, 1942 S. W. 17 St., was in Wellesly, Mass. She is achonored by fellow junior high tive in the Student Federalist sc hool students at a surprise movement and is on the staff birthday party Monday. It was of the school newspaper and his 12th birthday. Hosts at tne magazine party were Marshall Pepper TaUylassies Arthur Pepper, Elton Goldf.eld. Miss Arlyne Seigel leaves Eddie Zalis, Charles Peach today for Florida State College Philip Solomon, and several for Women. She is a junior other friends, counselor and a member of Mrs. H. Diamond and daugnDelta Phi Epsilon sorority there | | er Hannah, and son, Murray, Miss Ester Argintar, daugh0 f 1045 Michigan ave., have ter of the Oscar Argintars, will j us t returned from a ,h jeealso leave this week for FSCW. month vacation in New York President of D Phi E there, she ... Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein. 639 West ave., returned to Miami Beach Monday after a three-month vacation. While in New York they attended the Allen, to Miss Ruth Molesky in August Just returned from To Council Directors ith her son, Zelig, will begin her senior year Dther "TaUylassies" leaving !his week are the Misses Annette Vitsky, Marcille Kauf, man, Joan Langner and Jackie wedding of their som Mort. M. Freeman. Miss Jean Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cohen of Coral Gables, flew Sunday to Albequerque, New Mexico, where she will do graduate work in Hispanic-American affairs at the University of New Mexico. Miss Cohen, who was graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami last spring, was awarded a iellowship to the University of New Mexico Miss Gladys Novack is expected to return to Miami Tuesday to resume her studies at the University of Miami. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Holiday Trips Mis. Herbert Blumenthal of Savannah will be in Miami to spend the holiday with her parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April. She is the former Esther April Miss Jules Pearlman 'Jewish fkrldKtor)_ Baritone's Concert To Open Annual Series Nov. 1" is the opening dateof the Greater Mian* Jewish Culj tural committee's annual series. Reservations are now being taken season subscriptions and ,ingli events by the Miami and Beach Y's and the Bureau ol Jewish Education, Mrs. Leo Hu,.. a n, chairman, this wick. Membi rs of organizations affiliated with the committee may make their reservations with i epn sentative. First artist to appear on this j year's program will be Baritone S ,i Belarsky. Marguerite Kotzenn, sop id Juhus Chajes, ; t and composer, will give ., concert Dec. 22. Zvee Scooler, monologuist, and I Benjamin Zemach, dancer, will be presented on Jan. 12. A sympi sium on "The Jew and World Democracy" will conclude eriea n Feb. 25. Participating will be Janus Waterman Wise. Chayim Greenberg and possibly Rabbi Janus Heller. s. me ol the events will be held ;ii the Beach and the rest in Miami. Bette Sir, Dr. Shallow^ Plan October Wedding Miss Bette Sir. bride-elect of Dr. Charles Lerm weddin, acob sy c c emon, The couple will behonored"at" a7am?l y ni,Y ** Atlanta and Miami, is making plans foi her'wH nUUUlU U"" •— *" %  ~ .iiumuy piUIlS 101 h_( will be held at 3 p. m. Sunday, Oct. 6. at Beth J c Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate • •* %  will be followed by a reception in the announced Rainbow Room of the Tides hotel at 6 Una, ^ception Mrs. Farr to Be Hosie.y,* New York wi Mrs. Jack Hirsch brings word of Comedienne Belle Baker whom she visited. Because of illness, Miss Baker was unable to fulfill her engagements this summer, but will arrive in Miami soon club Board "I directors of the Miiim section Natioi al Council of Jewish Women, will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Aaron Farr, 1042 West 47th ct., Miami Beach, Mrs. Nat Williams, >ut wm uu.vc ... .,,,..,_ announ ces. to appear at a local p ans w]!| )( m |(]( f(H „ u opening meeting of the season Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Kaplan (,, be held in form of a luncheon are spending a week with relaon Ni v, 1. lives in Savannah and then Dr. : Mrs. Ben Essen has been apKaplan will conduct services pointed chairmanlof activities for r ., u ;~u Uni,, Hn? in Oct. 15 which is designated as anthe High Holy days in ^^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^ for is vacationing in New York and i months in the north. While Brunswick Ga. They will re( ., iU Uv The local program will turn here about Oct. 8 Mrs. lu gfiared tQ explain Council Jack Marash and son. David, Wulk ,,, hl commun ity. returned Wednesday after a vacation in New York Surprise Party Honors Appels Return Mf Qnd Mrs Zalig Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel and daughter. Civvie, 4430 j Wh;U Mr and Mls Jot Za i is Royal Palm ave.. are now at w ,,. spending Sunday afternoon home after vacationing for two Canada Mrs. Gus Ginsberg and daughter Paula Nita, returned to Miami last week after spending the summer in Hendersonville and Hot Springs. They are staying with Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei will leave Tuesday to spend Rosh Hashona in Chicago. The rabbi will attend the National Cemetery association convention at the Edgewater Beach hotel n Chicago and they will fly to New York to spend Yom Kippur with their families. They will return Oct. 7 After an extended vacation in California, Hot Springs, and New York, Mrs. Ida Optner has returned to Miami Rabbi and Mrs. Saul .Appelbaum left Wednesday for Philadelphia and New York. The rabbi will occupy a pulpit in New York for the holidays Kolman L.uria returned from Ansonia, Conn., this week A Delta Phi Epsilon rush tea was held Tuesday night at the home of Miss Ester Argintar by Mrs. George Gerson, national adviser for the sorority. A series of such teas is being planned Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kamenoff, who were married here on Aug. 25, returned to Miami this week end before leaving for Orlando where they will make their home. Mrs. Kamenoff is the former Phyllis Schulman. While here they stopped at the Raleigh hotel ... Mr. and Mrs. Jacob DeKoven, 1235 Meridian there they were present at the unveiling of a tombstone in memory of the Appel's son, Sidney. Miss Appel will enter the University of Miami in the Fall a3 a freshman. Mrs. Appel, chairman of the summer project of the Miami Beach Women's auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, is asking all of her workers to turn in their accounts to her. Mrs. Becky Levine returned lo Miami Beach from New York and Hendersonville after a three-month stay. While away she attended the golden wedding celebration of Miamians j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff in Chari lotte. N. C. In New York she attended the wedding of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Howard. Mrs. Howard is the former Evelyn Shoroskv of Miami Beach. Active in the women's auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, Mrs. Levine recently recovered from injuries received in an accident at Pine Hi)l, N. Y., where she was hospitalized Miss Virginia Franklyn left Monday for a two-week stay in St. Louis, Evansville, and New York. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Frankel and son, Marvin, returned from New York Friday. They are now in their new home at 1853 Washington ave. Max Jacobskind and Al Glass are motoring north for several weeks ... Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kerman, 717 Biscayne d r u q jn spendinq a month at the Am(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) out. fiiiu i f th( ir fnends, Mrs. Pearl Raidman, Mrs. Anna Block, Mrs. Sadie Karasik and Mrs. Isiloi C hen, prepared a surprise 25th anniversary celebration for them on tl eir i 'turn. They wenpresented with a stei ling silver tea service. Rabbi foseph E Rackovsky offered a ng. The party was held at e Zalis' hon e, K>68 S. W. 14th ter. nainDow noura oi me riaes notel at 6 p m M c daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir, 306 Euclid ave 8 Miss Judith Hershbein, niece of the bride-elect wnv. of honor. Bridesmatrons will be Mrs Abe HershlL Abe Sir, sister and sister-in-law Dein *1 of Miss Sir. Dr. Shalloway will be attended I y his biother, Melvin, as best man, and Dr. Maurice Rich, Abe Hersbein and Abe Sir, ushers. Michael Shalloway will be the rincjbearer. A real estate saleswoman. Miss Sir is associated with the office of B. E. Bronston, realtor. Following her graduation from Miami Beach High school, she attended Columbia university. Founder and first president of the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith, she has also been active in Hadassah. During the war, Miss Sir devoted much of her time to recreational work for servicemen. She was affiliated with the Jewish Welfare board, the Snack Bar and the Servicemen's Housing corporation and sang and played the organ for numerous servicemen's activities. The son of Mrs. David Shalloway, her fiance was graduated from Emory university Medical school in Atlanta, Ga., prior to entering the service. At Emory, he was a member of Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity and t was the first Jewish boy to be awarded membership in the school's E club. In the army medical corps for four and one-half years, he held the rank of major and was chief of the medical service of a 1.000bed hospital in Germany. He also served in the Philippines. Dr. Shalloway served his medical residence at St. Louis Jewish hospital and Grady hospital in Atlanta. He has just completed a six-month post graduate course in internal medicine at Cornell university and Bellevue hospital, N. Y. BETTE SIR LAM!^* TtjGUST.BROiAy ** %  • rhr/lUT 1 WHITEFIELD 1550 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH, Nursery Through 12th! Adult Classes I Ever.es I Transportation Prov Our rats* ire lo*: o are hgh. nur po.icy T I in ediic.nl nn at lc*i a* ANDRE S. BIALOLE Principal Pu'.ssor of Psy:For The Best Dht DAtaMi>it QAeM, LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Jewish New Year Cards MAKE YOUR SELECTION EARLY! 10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue Opp. Florida Power & Light Co. SunsJuhe 7ivA


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% %  ^L SEPTEMBER 20, 1946 Buy Apartment House For Federation Staff fJenisti Meridian PAGE THREE Elected At Conf Unable to find housing tor its professional staff members, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has arranged for the purchase of a four-unit apartment house, Morris Klass, executive direct r, announced this week. Valued at $40,000, the house is located at Southwest 24ti. ave, and 26th lane. Federation will carry the first mortgage and interested campaign friends will jointly finance the second mortgage, Klass said. Victor Garvey and William Glick, professional assistants in community planning and fundraising, will probably move into the apartment house next w< %  k. Milton Mulakoff, publicity director, is expected to arrive shortly. The fourth apartment will be made available to other can personnel. -HuraK t 2 8 W i ; ( th e opening | B rican Jewtoh I division of Mrs Louis Glasser, Ff,;;;, • M.s. Glasser chairmen: ., Weinstein, director ."... Mr s. Benjamin I „ na rd Kimball. K; k w e is Friday review; I •-.'. %  .s and Mrs. /.. mtercultural edut Irving Lehrman, Congress Lt editor; Mrs. Moses parl.amentarEL Morris Rabinowitz, Mrs. TKimb I. M"Frank M ,_ Mini, Janoff, memLi M MescheloH, lee hOU ,, F D rothy K Fink and Mrs. I ion of comIvintei : Mre Mar r Mis. Benjamin ion of law I V : ... S.lberlicht, RftC0gni2ing the need f()r inter n and Mrs. change of ideas and cooperation ehabilitation in activities, a number oi local Mrs. Alex' youth and young adult groups Mrs. Michael recently formed an Inter-Club 3 G01 Ted" by Gershon Miller, ternporary chairman, the representatives to the council meet the first Tuesday of every month to discuss their common problems of their organizatii ns. Essentially an advisory group. the council will serve as a clearing house for scheduling major activities. The group also plans to install placards at meeting amuel Lipton! places of affiliated clubs to keep njamin Meyers members posted on all the organ1, constitution izations' calendar ol activities. John Soifer, At present, the counci IS spitality. ling at the Miami Beach Jewish project of the diCenter, but Miller said that the %  mniul Friday | meeting place may be changed honk reviews to a Beach hotel. Non-sectarian I and fourth .groups may be asked to join the Local Youth Groups Form Advisory Council ipply room; B kind, victory -. K M Clara Goldeneans commitnd Mrs. Ben[j. y. r ika breakfast: Lib w, AJI and Id Jc-wifl Congress; Mrs. Jewish cubMr-. Arthur S. I nth by the clothing • tinued under VV rk is Not Yet pa Shedroff Attends P Youth Institute Mrs. council. Members of the council incluae the Young Peoples league of the Center, the Beth Sholom Fratority, Emanon club of the Mian I Y, Squires club. Masada, Junior Hadassah, the Debbs, and several other B'nai B'rith youth groups. Edith Simmons is secretary 01 the council. i droff, 1570 ist returned %  pre, N, Y., where first national JF'i red by the I ird at Camp {Met. Pc u| (ifl young people from I United Si ti and Canada 1 -ions. Miss nted the Beach n administramaking of comf"-' "• %  .vas asked by With youth I ising a large imunity cenple expressed < representaof direcJj* Youth Center Jtiect President .. president of i Youth Center. Sunday mornAmerican Legion T e election I the resigna" %  %  u I er. WOO and almost $1,400 I nday by the ;.. trunks and t i B,i o have been 3 MIAMIANS HONORED (Continued from Page 1) tors. Marash and Grossman wen discussants in professional sessions at the conference. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, representing the Beach Y. served as chairman of a session on "Youth's Stake in the Jewish Community Center." Mrs. Sirkin is chairman of the southern section's youth committee. Jules J. Paglin of New Orleans was reelected president of the southern section of JWB. Among other officers is R. Williams Apte of Tampa, who was elected to the vice presidency. About 50 percent of community centers in the south are planning capital funds campaigns to finance the construction of new buildings, Grossman said on his return this week Theme of the conference concerned methods by which a constructive program of leisuie-time activities, supervised by trailed workers, can be developed for the benefit of the community. man LEADERS MAY ENTER TALKS Pictured above, jack Marash (top), Maui Ice iri ssman and Mrs. Leon K i eived offices at tl i ii nvention of the Southern secti n, National Jewish Welfar, bo nfen ce last weekend at Chattanooga. (See -lory, page om i PEPPER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Russian or anti-Russian. I am not pro-British or anli-British, I am just pro-American." Di ploring the anti-Russian attitude that has swept this country. Peppi i declared that "'as bad as Ru today, it is better than it was and it will 1 e I etti if we get the Russian < mfi lence and give them our confidence." "I believe so firmly that it is I of us to v rk toi %  r in i eace .1 the leaders oi the nations sil di wn and v. rk out the honorable, sensible basis for pear, as they did for war," he 11 included. Pepper's appearance was sponsored by the Mami Beach B'nai B'rith. (Continued from Page 1) but added that the government is prepared to discuss modifications and to consider counterproposals. He concluded by indicating that there cannot be any solution of the Palestine problem without taking into account the presence of Jews in Palestine. Confer With Ben Gurion Three leaders of the Jewish Agency Lft by air for Paris to with David Ben Gurion, chairman of the executive, on further developments in connection with the British invitation to attend the conference on Palestine. Bevin's remark that no solution is possible unless the presi nee ->! J,ws in Palestine is taken into account was considered by Jewish circles here as an encouraging sign indicating that the stage when the Jewish Agency I may be able to enter the confer|ence is not too far distant. David Ben Gurion, chairman 'of the Jewish Agency executive, authorized the participation of the Agency in the conference, it was revealed by a spokesman of the Jewish Agency here following the return from Paris of Prof. Brodetsky, Nahum Goldmann and Berl Locker. Tlv three members of the Jewish Agency executive were" authorize! to approach Foreign Secretary Bevin to propose Jewish participation. The Jewish Agency members in Palestine are to be informed that the Agency executive feels that the British scheme for "provincial autonomy" in Palestine has been killed by the Arab opposition to it and that the time has come for discussion of alternatives, among them the partition plan offered by theJewish Agency. The Board of Deputies of British Jews this week decided to endorse the recommendation of its ex scutive committee that the organization should not attend the conference on Palestine without the Jewish Agency. Only a few participants at the session abstained from voting. Declaring that all Arab states are of one opinion regarding Palestine, Azzam Bey expressed the hope that after the conference is over an Arab-British block will be formed. He indicated that the Arab states will bring the Palestine question before the general assembly of the United Nations if no agreement is reached at the present parley. Faris Bey el Khoury of Syria, speaking in behalf of all the Arab delegates at the conference, emphasized that the Arab countries do not want "any part of Palestine cut off." He presented the views of the Arab participants at the conference as follows: 1. No part of Palestine should be cut off to make a home for immigrants of a different nationality. 2. Intensification of disorders in Palestine will lead to "defensive Arab measures" and to civil war in the country. 3. The Jewish problem is a world problem and demands world solution. Palestine has nothing to do with this problem, nor can its solution be found in Palestine. I 4. Economic cooperation between the Arab states and Britain will be menaced "if any recognition of an independent political status is accorded to the Jews in Palestine." 5. No artificial solution of the Palestine problem will be accepted by the Arabs. The only "national solution" acceptable is the application of the principle that the Palestine people determine their own fate. *f NEED HOUSING (Continued from Pnge 1) a subsidiary of the JSSB board and i principal Jewish agencies dealing with emigres—JSSB, Federation and ihe Mil %  ; section, National Council o! Jewish Won M( mbeis of the ci mmittee arc Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. MisHarriet Fppstein. Elry Stone, Herbert Seller, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Charles Cohen, representing JSSB: Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Florence Finkelstein and Mrs. \Wil ms, NCJW: Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz and Mor:. Klass, Federation. vJSTUDENT ''• Wmts Room and *M„ Jj" J '" is Family. !" u room. Write **} %  "'" Flor.di.in M'.


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PAGE FOUR 9-Jewlsi) noridHar FRIDAY, | 1 ib^L^viis lNBDiriJJiQyp Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 P hone 2-1141 Entered aa Second Class Matter July 4 1930. at the Tost Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, 1S.S 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 38 Miami 18, Florida. Friday. September 20, 1946 ELLUL 24, 5706 P (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) STILL THEY RANT When the spectre of Nazism fell over Europe, the Jews, Hitler's first victims, huddled miserably in the shadow and prayed for the might of America to set them free. Finally the glorious day of liberation arrived and passed. That was more than a year ago. Today the European Jews, the displaced persons, are still not free. They live in dismal detention camps; they subsist on meagre UNRRA rations; and always they hear the ominous rumblings of racial hatred. Hitler's legacy to humanity. While the authorities debate their fate around endless mahogany tables, the hopeful spirit, which Hitler tried in vain to break, slowly and inexorably dies. For them Europe has become an unbearable cemetery where their loved ones are buried and where the dogs of bigotry still howl and snap at their heels. The future offers them no certainty except a long, cold winter -this time without UNRRA. The war has come and gone and the remnants of European Jewry which survived the j holocaust still wait in the shadow of America to set them free. Many months ago the United States sent representatives to the Anglo-American committee to make recommendations toward the solution of the thorny DP problem. One of the recommendations called for immediate entry into Palestine by 100,000 desperate Jews. It was hailed far and wide as a great step toward solution of the vexing problem. Now England has chosen to ignore and pervert this recommendation. Our Congressmen have delivered fiery perorations demanding that England implement the recommendation. We have made Macedonian protests against England's perfidy. But nothing has been done. And day by day the last feeble hopes of the survivors of Nazism have eked away, desperation and futility have come to live with them in their camps. With all this in view our good friend, Dr. Everett S. Smith, still thinks the United States "lacks foresight to understand and agree with the real power of th? Middle East the Arabs." His severe criticism of the American endorsement of immigration of 100,000 Jews into Palestine came when the pas'or of the First Christian Church addressed the Rotary luncheon club last Thursday. Dr. Smith's arguments to support hie contention offers nothing new in their shallow statements. They parallel the rantings of other biased individuals attempting to create and intensify the Semitic issue. It is not new nor unusual to hear of Dr. Smith's offcolor utterances in the press, pulpit and radio nor have him whitewash his opiniens with pleas of being misunderstood. It is dismaying for a clergyman occupying a responsible pulpit and steeped in knowledge of fairness, decency and human justice to be so erring. be $300 at the beginning due to the limited capitalization. This would be about $100 more than the present maximum of the Baron do Hirsch fund. That the new agency apply to Federatior as a beneficiary member agency for any or all of the f flowing purposes: cost of administration, financing of deficits ( r li sses. increases in capitalization. DIRECTOR I a| th( executive director of the JSSB (Chaiks Cohen) serve in the same capacity for the new .money in view of its limited | administrative strccture at the [outset and the rued for continued relationship between JSSB and the n< W agency. Si parat on of the loan service from other community projects was advised as a means of obtaining more community support for thi program and to eliminate the interpretation of the different purposes of the loan fund and JSSB. ll was suggested that the name. Baron de Hirsch lean fund be maintained for the new agency. The fund, created ten years ago, was named for the great European philanthropist. Operation of the new agency would be guided by a board of 7 to IS people elected by the era! membership, with the : cers to bo chosen by the I ard. General membership wi uld 1 e on a three dollar annual lues basis. ELECTIONS Included in the planning was a suggestion that voting in clections be limited to members of a year's standing after the initial election. Th plan was approved by the JSSB hoard Tuesday night following its presentation by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of present fund's trustees and head of JSSB's loan fund committee. Max R. Silver presented the amendment by which the board approved the creation of the agency, If approved by the JSSB general membership Oct. 9, the new agency will hold a meeting tl at right. Charter membership will 1 e open to the community at that time. Charles Cohei announced this week that only paid up members of the bureau will be eligible to vote on the loan fund amendno:!. Membership is two dollars pi r year. PLAIN TALK FROM ALFRED SEGAL. he Wi le < I" DEAR ALMA By Alfred Segal Dear Mr. Segal: Q ""' ,r m hi m A Gentile friend of mine has ... u •" get been speaking to me about her hou eh I guess intention to become Jewish. She can u "' out in h •"" -, 4i: blunging to the l %  %  ': ie vice think of 1 seems determined. As a friend of hers I have tried to dissuade her from her purpose. "Alma." I tell her. "I don't mind at all having you as a Jewish friend but I should warn you. It's hard to be a Jew and a Jewish life isn't a very happy one, considering what Jews have to take. "Even in this country there is either a lot of prejudice against the Jews and why should you voluntarily take up Judiasm? Why haha Country club. -p. of ">e Minehah. c vote No, not Alma : : SIS*? v ^ty.(A C nVany h ti! Bui none vou dear Alma, i stands why rt j can't you just keep on being a will b, ire „f <•,... good Christian?" |l „, %  u JJJi She replies that the rational I Jews who are aware of sm Jewish religion is more acceptable ;m(l moral possessions!? to her mind. She has studied all t (K 1 )le who Wi the religions. She just doesn't j 8 back all the way t 0 where the (VmmamW given! T1 "are the ul the Pi pi ts by whid flZr • • n luct of their* I He Had Something To Live For After I separation of seven years, Scharley Scharf, a boom.uk.r who w too valuable to be put to death by the Na*is h once more reunitedwith his family in Brooklyn alter his arrival on S. S. "Marine Perch" win recently brought hundreds of concentration camp survivors from German* for reunion with their American kin. Scharf is allowing hia ten-year-old daughter, Hedy, a picture of herself which he kept with him durini his years' confinement in a Hamburg prison. His wife. S.nta, escaped in tl.i. country with Hedy in 1939. Mrs. Scharf, aided by United Service for N, „ Americans, was retrained as a skilled diamond culler and polisher I SNA supported by the $100,000,000 United Jewish Appeal campaign for 1946* E rovides the greatest welfare program ever offered for adjustment of foreitn' prn in the U.S.A. CAPTAIN REFUSES TO DEPORT JEWS JERUSALEM fJTA)—The capof th< Empire Heywood, one f the Bi iti h si ips encaged in transferring visaless Jews from vessels intercepted off Palestine to the island of Cyprus, has been arrested by the military author!for refusing to sail his ship Jewish deportees to Cyprus. % %  revealed here this week. He will face ., military trial. Military pi lici tl : week raided 11 e Zichron Yakov quarter of Jerusalem and arrested 15 Jews who wefe imn ediately sent to the Latrui detention camp where i arlier 35 Jewish settli rs were administratively sentenced to unlimited detc nil. n. Four more Arabs dad this '•'" k a< th Jaffa hospital as a : Ull Of the attaeks there by %  ; %  xtremists last Friday ber of Arabs killed in the incidents I.as now r. eight. A clash between Arab sheph "iand Jewish settlers at the re Adasl im settlement, several miles south of Nazareth, this week ,-e uit ed in mjnor jnjun( s f "'. n A '' and th. serious wounding of one Jew. The fight broke out when Jewel, settlers attempted to eject the trespass ing shephei understand why I, a Jewish woman, should try to argue her out of a step that is approved by her mind and conscience. Moreover, since I advise her to try to keep on being a good Theii | gy m ££ Christian, she asks: "What nobler j s ;i ^' artyrs: Mostj thing can a good Christian do|* ave '• %  'I Davit than voluntarily to share the lot sar "g to God in the valley< of the Jews?" shadow by the still waterc! What can you do with a girl whos peeches keep oa 1 like that? I should add that Alma trum P for justice: Mabck! is a normal girl. If it means anypr< '" %  • ("Hi* thing, I should say that she is a very good tennis player. That, somehow suggests a person without psychiatric difficulties. Nor as some may like to surmlse, is Alma a frustrated spinster. She is a most personable young woman about 26 and but for her discriminating intelligence would have accepted long ago one of the many opportunities she has had to be married. I am writing to ask what additional arguments I can give he r against becoming Jewish. —A. T., Cincinnati. My Dear A. T.: Yes, I know the compassionate way of Jews to keep religious outsiders as Alma away from the afflictions that go with being Jewish. A kindly, generous people, we feel we must warn those who by conversion would go along with us to share our burdens. Our rabbis meticulously admonish prospective converts on the tribulations of the Jews. They tell people like Alma that as Gentiles they have only their pains to carry but as Jews they will carry two loads: Their personal problems and the heavier pri blema of the group as well. The rabbis stand at the gates conscientiously to warn away all such newcomers. But if Alma came to me I would make her welcome to Jewish life, not because her conversion would increase the Jewish population by one but because she looks like a courageous character. 'Certainly, no courageous character shou'd be turned away from Israel in which there are pusillanimous people who at times I gy n ,| are given to wondering why they were born Jewish.) I would say to her. Welcome, dear Alma, to the discipline of character and to the feeling of brotherhood that is for those The umeilmg a ^ who understand what being Jewto th, ish is all about. not all i in Father?") Yi u are joining a great i pany, di ai Alma, It's a con in whir)-. ; mindful Jenwith lofty dignity and a sped. %  !'-.,! whal if bis beati n and I loodied' Hesr. this good company I mastl my step: I must go where t old kinsmen of mine leail not fall behind them en i way to th< mi untaintop. This is tii,' blessed of chai ai ti i that goes wiiht a Jew who understands vhi required of a Jew. I %  .} you also i the social discipline o! Jew iAa Jew you wills be all lo go your cws i apart from the Jewish You will c nstantly be of brotherly duty, howewl the bn I re away fromy(| The brother hungers ference tint li| sides in Manchuria, Shanghai| in Kielct. Poland. He is a t er, thi • have never him must be fed.! one of t : human kindwhol pen.to bi J> %  your nbligation. Or, lest you forwill always be pushing jw into an av eness 11 youM ers. You car. depend on You, dear Alma, will say. T God for that. I am not aW to forget my brothers m world. As a Jew I seem to I privileged person who a social being by the dis of circun stai ce. That way I should speai] Alma ai d rejoice that one' her waS %  iming among (Copyright Seven ArUl UNVEILING :: r.u.i Rose Pepper will "J Sure, there's a lot of pain in \ 11 a. m. Stll the nPark' being Jewish." You may feel it section of Woodlawn^ ^^ even in a night club in a moment j tery. A;;.''1 1 ''',"Vofthc* when everybody is trying to have of Sidney I • •'" Frjera ls a good time. Of a sudden someMonument companybody may make a cutting remark about Jews. Or you may feel it when you go lo look for a job and they %  sk you what your religion i* and you reply that you are Jewish. The employment manager seems to grow cold, though a moment ago when he you only as Alma you seemed to be enjoying the favor of his managerial judgement. Ha say* lative Fritm requested to < moo 1 „f a row Thf „„ a-iling o a to the memory^, Kobr.n will 'f' H Ne bo D m Sunday '"." 'lehnM 11 try. ItobWjrtBil officiate. '''"'„,pa Gordi n M nl f, charge ol qU ^ and relat ••* re attend.



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' SSlSS^K: SEPTEMBERJCU^ %  L IZES EFFORTS GREATER I TO PALESTINIANS trend of events in Palestine placing a heavy re'*. n Zionist women of America, a board of direcjjjjtf U Q f ,he Miami Beach group, Greater Miami Hadaseling onilpd for noon Monday at the Rendale hotel by being ca J an toSrtW campcdgn to further Hadassah projects in will be planned. 0 enlist greater support for Jewish claims in a membership drive will be conducted under the Id Mrs. Joseph Pomerantz. ^eph Lipton is cha.r%  the Hadassah medical orUon project whose funcgreatly augmented this strife in Palesue W the jn recent months, the [Influx of helpless refuhomu W jll shortly announce annual dinnerfunds for this Y Ties, Then Loses Championship Game [for the I to raise With thesJ PERSONAL NEW YEAR GREETINGS IN ROSH HASHONA EDITION I Accepted Through Sunday. September 22 PHONE 2-1141 Most Economical and Efficient Method of Extending Your Holiday Greetings. Don t Take the Chance of Overlooking Anyone SEVERE-WINTER (Continued from Page 1) their future because of the "rampant anti-Semitism." He asserted that most of the Jews who •Aero repatriated from the USSR to Poland during the spring, have already moved out of the country. "The Jews of Eastern Europe are continuously on the move," 1 said, adding that the continuing migration of at least onesixth of Europe's 1,400,000 Jews is complicating the administration of relief. Commenting on this problem, Dr. Schwartz said: "The JDC is helping to relieve hardships and suffering for the people in flight by supplying I, clothing, medical care to in transit by establishing emerge ncy r e c e p t i o n centers along the routes. It is also dealing with governments on the question <-f infiltrees, but has no -ens, "organized" migration anyre l e basic relief for the displaced persons in the camps and (interin Germany and Austria is the responsibility of the military authorities but JDC has been compelled to undertake a largescale program i f spuplementary feeding, h( revealed. "In the Britzone of Austria," he said, "displaced people are receiving a diet consisting of 800 calories ;, day, which JDC is supplementing by 1,500 calories. In the American zone the United States Army supplies 1,200 calories and JDC an additional 1,000 calories. This program for additional food fi r displaced persons in the camps has mown to the point • JDC is shipping in as STORIES KEEP NEWS 'ALL IN THE FAMILY' Two stories which appeared in last week's issue of the Jewish Floridian back to back on pages nine and ten were "all in the family." M. M. Isenberg, whose army career was described in one of the stories, reported this week that the other article, concerning Goldie Meirson, head of the political department of the Jewish agency, gave him the first news about his cousin that he'b had in a number of years. Freefield Heads Masada Charles M. Freefield was elected president of the Greater Miami chapter of Masada, Young Zionists of America, at a meeting held at the Beach Y Tuesday evening. Other new officers are Saul Genet, vice president; Joe Pardo, recording secretary; Ted Dortch, corresponding secretary, and Seymour Hinkes, treasurer. "The main job of the chapter in this area will be to orient and educate Jewish young men toward a more responsible attitude toward Palestine and the prob'ems of the Jewish people," the new president said. much as 300 tons monthly. "Unstinting praise must be given to the American military authorities for their understanding efforts in behalf of the displaced Jews," Dr. Schwartz coneluded. "The Army has been most sympathetic to these homeless people and has given fine cooperation to the program of the JDC." Per Annum 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 Va Block East oi Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President m 1 A I I %  i 'I 3 %  • I i Hi S • ] 1 %  4 \ %  1 1 '• • 1 / 1 i 1 ;1



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PAGE SIX pjmldh noridictr FRIDAY —SSSL55^ i %  I i ; i WORLD JEWRY AWAITS NEW YEAR: SYNAGOGUES ANNOUNCE SERVICES (Continued from Page 1) s Jewish soldiers stationed at Boca | Raton air base and other Army installations in the area have been invited to attend the High day and at 8 a.m. on Thursday and Friday mornings. Thursday the rabbi will preach Holiday services. on 'Pighl or Flight—The Chal-j Congregation Beth El of Wesl lenge of 570,' and Friday his p alm Beach will hold its holiday sermon will be entitled "B fhese L erv ices this year in its newly We Live." Cantor Albert Singer 'j.,,,,,,;,, and redecorated temple will chant the services, assisted ,.,,.,„.,„,,.. M r Jacob Glasser, by the Center choir, under the p ,. es j d( nli has announced that J. leadership of Joseph Schreibman, R^,.,.^,.;',, ,f Miami Beach will musical director. Special junior gerye ag ( inI ,„. Services will be services will be conducted at the ^j. |( ,, ( T( m| ,] ( Wednesday Cent,, at 10:30 a.m. Thursday L vening ; „ 8 ,,.,„. a nd Thursday and Friday. ...and Fridav mornings at a.m. Beth David Synagogue will Rflbbj Monue] (; ,,. ( nsU ln wn0 hold Slichos services at 11:30 p.m. ^ u _. n n h V( a| as spiritual Saturday evening and Rabbi Max ( |dl ,,. ()f ,,.,. 0 ngregation, will s piro will deliver a sermon preac h a t the Wednesday evei entitled -Preparation." Wednesservices .. T; ( Functions of day evening services will begin th( Synago g ue ln the Spiritual at T p.m. and Thursday and r n, jfi flf ,,„, j ew i s ] People." day morning services will begin Thursdav hl wi v] preac h „ n the ; J! am c o u u I theme "Will There Be a R I The tht me of the Rosh Hashona sermons will be "The Strife of Peace Brings the Challenge of Fundamental Issues of Right, of Just : of Freedom." Tra-( rvices will be divided in two sections: first, from 8 to 10:15 a.m., and the second, from to 1:15 p.m. REFORM Opi lion Crossroads" will be topic ol Rabbi Colman Zwitman's first Ids:-. Hashona addicss of Judaism in Ann Beach Y Intensifies Campaign Planning With the return of n any of its key campaign leaders rrom their vacations, the Beach Y istarting intensive planning for its $300,000 capital funds drive scheduled for November, Under the chairmanship of at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at TernSamuel A. Rivkind, the Y is pie Israel. On Thursday at 10 planning a lug event to headline speak r. "This Jewcampaign activities. New Year in the New Era." LIBERAL Kn nish of Temple Bi SI i 1 m will preach on "Is W :•:: Living?" at the first New V ervice Wednesday at : "Dan Wi Hope for a Hun inity?" is the title ddress to b< delivi n I 10 a.n on Thursday, At the tinu n Fi iday he will n "Advertisement in the Lai Ri -i: icted ClienCanl S imuel Kelt n er will rendei musii al p rtions of ervice, SEPHARDIC T ". five imilies will gal ei Carl Weinkle is president of the organization which is now h used at 1 Lincoln id. VeMxniaMy, fyieakitic (Continued from Paae 2) ,, bassador hotel in Los Angeles. I h 0 t;j • *m si. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and daughter, Barbara, returned recently from a fourweek cross-country motor trip. Their destination was Los Angeles and en route they visited with Dr. Leonard Weiner in Tuscon, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Mordecai Horowitz, who were recently married in New York, are honeymooning at the Georgian hotel on the Beach. While here, they are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Steigman and family. The Misses Carol and Gail Gropper are planning a warm welcome for their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Appelbaum, who are returning from a fivemonth visit to New York Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman returned last week from a trip Her. expected here | P,a nninq to visit' aU U P > Ma-achuM* *V wee M r, vr R a ^ %  • Mr ^. Ethel Shoche tBM Scoha, New En g l and *' Austria Speed Property RJ VIENNA (JTA)-A' fl "' •' %  %  r twn of N | aryanized" properties tna has been established) publication this week I BRIDE OF MR. KAPLAN DUX Club Elects Zalis Charles Zalis was unanimously re-elected president of the DUX club at a meeting Wednesday evening at the Miami Y. Othei elected were Marvin I.eiber, vice presid" nt; Marvin Zalis. reci riling secretary: Dave Orlin. corresponding secretary: Jerry Sakolow, treasurer, and Al Baimiochl. • gi ant-at-arms. The club will have a smoker Satui Lay evening at 8 p.m. at the • • Miami VM11A Wednesday home of Don Shaktmons, to ( induct Rosh i rvices in the traditional Sephardic manner, Ral i Cohen of New York will conduct the services in HeS| %  Morning New V ervices are at 8:30 a.m. services are under the auspices of the Greater Miami Siphardic Brotherhood. OUT-OF-TOWN Rabbi David Raab <.f Temple I i-El in Fort Lauderdale will conduct services beginning I ,m, Wed:..-day evening and at 10 a.m. on Thursday morning. Hi neymooning in the Carolinas and Pennsylvania are Mr. and Mrs. Julius II. Kaplan, who were married Sept. 8 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. On thii return they will mcke then hom< at 1038 Jefferson a ve. Mrs. Kaplan is the former Miss Shirley Anne Stamen. Calling Garment Mlgrs., Laundries, Cleaners, Tailors, Dressmakers! BUTTONS For All Purposes PRESSING ROOM SUPPLIES. HANGERS. PINS. NEEDLES, SCISSORS, SHEARS Phone 2-5590 162 W. Flagler Street EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for enterprising individual with personality, sales ability and initiative to join growing concern on profitsharing basis. Investment for greater return and interest in business will be entertained from gualifying person. Reply in detail, Mr. Raymond, care of Box 2973. Miami 18, Florida. Re-opening October 1st The Ijsir School Mornir.q and All-Day Sessions Nursery throuqh 12th Grades MORNINGS: Outdoor Academic Instruction. Complete Commercial Courses. AFTERNOONS: Music. Art. and Dramatics. Large Private Swim, ming Pool on Premises. Rrgistiation NOW OPEN 1010 West Avenue, M. B. Phone 5-0606 IDA R LEAR. Director which took them to Baltimore first restitution and Alantic City Mrs. R. V. The Aliicd Council hasp Brandt, daughter of Mrs. Louis %  %  Austrian hill to bet Hartz, arrived here Wedneshv refraining from pr* day from Woodmere, N. Y., to ing the legally establish visit with her mother and period, and brother-in-law and sister. The new law accord*. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon ... ficials, th. "first stw i Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams general process of tat and children, Gibbs and HerJewish property which I bert, returned last week from v v N '"' is Through a vacation ln Scaroon Lake, l' 1 "!"^ which the K N. Y. f, !l ""' Jews will be, Mrs. Lena Rauchbach, of \ Aners : u Newark, N. is visaing her £% son-in-law and daughter, Mr. trat f the state. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman, governments would be WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 —Hotel, Restaurant— And Institutional Equipment Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware — Silverware Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. 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SEPTEMBERJO^ *Je*l$tfhrldtof) PAGE SEVEN MIAMI BEACH LODGE ItfAl B'RITH BRIEFS By PAUL WEITZMAN Senator Claude Pepper drew a capacity audiSunday laming' j Beach lodge 'to the hearts of his audience by his forthright .ri/ for the first Public Forum sponsored by [Flamingo par* lodge ived Ll oW That Senator Pepper was enthusiastic old news; that he endeared himself Attend NCJW Institute Mrs. Nat Williams and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, president and nd v„,. president of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Wumtn, will attend a Council institute in Atlanta Oct. 1 and 2. They have been desig"/'"'' l '" Id repn • itives for the state of Florida by the national council office. isuc linto issues as our foreign policy and immigration kan ever Palestine, was very evident from the ovations he etinq was conducted by Harold Turk, who intromS v or and councilmen of Miami Beach and heads %  % %  ^f on f tional figure. In the interim, program plan.' include f the lodge. I B'nai B'rith functions and affairs. proud,We hope to bring him to Miami Newman,"5-45o2 oi 5-1504, chair. men for Miami Beach lodge, or Mrs. Paul Weitzman, 58-2703, We, at Miami Beach and Mr. and Mrs. William M. Cohen announce the birth of their daughter, Leslie Joan, at Good Samaritan hospital, West Palm Beach Friday, Sept. 13. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein of Miami The Alfred Stones of Miami Beach are celebrating the arrival of their new son, Benjamin Joseph, who was born at Jackson Memorial Sept. 2 Allen Hyland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal, 3330 N. W. 18 tar., was born Sept. 6 Andrea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Rauzin, 1765 Bay dr., Normandy Isle, Aug. 27 Halene Leslie, daughter of chairman o Beach I L ,, |{ played in bringing Beach. platform this out' | utspoken statesi B nai B'rith. ublic and I the nami • • • C Kovner, program i' s already working I p u | |ic Forum, to ee months [ %  bring to the coma.-.othcr outstanding naCONVAL£SC|a for RE IT JNVALESC .JCUBOMK m-RayPark tealth R esort h awn* • &f weouT • riooi o A TOP SOIL 4-0335 I A PULVERUED PROCESSED MUCK I MARL. Any Mixtur* iKo Shells or Weeds llTTER BLUE SOD and Kill of Any Kind priscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed fl TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 111 S. W. 21st Terrac* environs, would look up on a severe winter as a phenomenon—but if it came to this semi-tropical climate, we still would find the food to warm our bodies internally, and the clothes to warm our bodies externally. But there are other climatic zones where severe winters are the usual conditions. and where, unfortunately, the people do not have the food, nor the clothes, nor the fuel, and very often, not even the will, to keep body and soul together. Need we remind our brothers that our brothers and sisters in Europe, the pitifully small number that have escaped the holocaust, are faced with just that bitter prospect—bitter cold winter, without foid. without clothing, without fuel, and many without even shelter. The Beach lodge has been sending packages of food and clothing every week to a number of families. The B'nai B'rith Women are embarking on the same project—Adopt A Family —and are going to work in conjunction with the men. Neither group is in a position to finance in its entirety the cast of feeding and clothing our brethrei and sisters in Europe, but each group is ready to do the work —to gather clothing, food, package it and mail it. We eat three times a day. and sending one package a week to Temple facilities have been offered to ston !<> d and clothing Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Leonard dfrey Abrams, 1570 Meridian ave., Aug. 28 Mitchell Aaron, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Malter, 3447 Sheridan ave., was born Aug. 27 at St. Francis hospital Jeanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jack Diamond, 211 Ahmed st., Opa-Locka, Sept. 1. 1+ Beach Y Offers Concert Subscriptions chairman for B'nai B'rith Woi of Miami Bi %  A angements will be man! to puk up what you have to give. And make it i p int, while shopping, to buy a few extra cans, at least once i week, for this cause. Packages A ill be sent every week to an aver growing list of families. The B'nai B'rith office on the Beach is now located in Room 203. (JOS Lincoln road—call there for B'nai B'rith service • drove to New York with his family to attend a national conference of AUL directors at the Commodore hotel Gil Balkin is holding down the leal office of ADL (;.i: ge J. Bertman is at the Raleigh hotel, until Mrs. Bertman let urns Mrs. David R. I.-. i. is flying down from Washington with their two children, to Dave, who is tired of batching it— as who it tire of it? The list of eligible bachelors is getting smaller— Han Id Bambi rg is married and hack from his honeymoon. Martin Gem I back from his honeymoon, and Herman Berk flew up to New York, lie was married on Thursday. Congratulations San: Lad man and family just returned to Miami, and the Abe Mazors just floated back, too. Harold Shapiro and Herbert Shapiro also have ended the sununei by their return. And Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Meyers are leaving Sunday on I • htfed vacation. their first stop being at Chicago. LEGAL NOTICES 0 420 UNCOIN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PHONE 5-2978 / NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED l-"iA.* %  !'•' %  •, NOTICE I--' HEREBY GIVEN that GAY KORN1CK, holder an assignee of Cllj of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 1278, dated the 1st day "I Jan.-. A.i>. 1*42, hue filed said CertlflL-iite in mj office, and lias made ai>lon i"! tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with law. Saul Cerlillcate embraces the following dewrihed in'ip-ity. situated In Dade. •"..11111>. Florida, to-wit: Lot 6, Mock -'. Harwood Second Addition t.. Riverside Rums, Flat Hook I, Page %  -:: In the City of Miami, I'ounty of Hade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the C< rtlflcate Issued was In the name of UNKNOWN, Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed accordinn i" law. las deeil will Issue thereon ai the 23rd day of October, AD. 1946. Dated this IMII day <>f Beptember, AH. 1916. tCircuil Court Seal) i: [1 1. I:\TIIF.KMAN. cierk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. R\ HKTHENIA W, BRYAN, D. C. • 20-27 10/ 1 -11 -1 >NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In m under the fictitious name of rolilK'S LUNCHEONETTE, at 23.'. \' i: First Ave.. Miami. Fla., Intends .. register said name with the Clerk .f the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. NATE GOEBEL solo Owner. -AM SILVER, Attorney for Applicant. Illl.") dimness ISldg. 13-20-2" 1" i-ii Reservations for the five-event concert series of the Beach Y may be made by mail now, Leo Huberman, culture committee chairman, announced this week. Artists who will appear on the new Community Concert series will be the Footlight Favorites Operatta Quartet on Dec. 2; Iva Kitchell, comic dancer, Dec. 29; Ray Lev, pianist, Jan. 25; Bidu Sayao, Brazilian soprano, Feb. 27, and Joseph Fuchs, violinist, March 29. The quartet is composed of John Brownlee, Metropolitan Opera baritone, Edward Kane, tenor, Lucille Browning, contralto, and Adelaide Abbot, soprano. No single tickets will be sold for the series which will bt held on Miami Beach. Subscriptions will be offered first to members of the Y, following which the general public may purchase tickets. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in uuslness under the fictitious name of Al.lil-.KT SAL.ES CO. inol inc.), at J23 E. Plagler street, Miami. Florida, %  ntends in register said name with the cieiu of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. MURRAY ALBERT. 9/13-20-27 10/4-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nut f I'LASTICS BY WYLLHART, at 3240 N. W. 27th Ave., intend to register -aid name with the Cleric of the Cir•uit Court of Dade County, Florida. OBBIE ROSENTHAL SIDNEY WASHERMAN Far triers 1/13-20 27 10/4-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In -justness under the fictitious name of 1. & R LUNCHEONETTE, at 134 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami. Fla., Intend to egister said name with the Clerk of • he Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAYMOND RUFF LILLIAN URES.SLER HARRY TiIETZ. Attorney for Applicants. S/30 9/6-13-20-27 PAID ADVERTISEMENT We're looking for .1 bedroom apartment on tne Beach Isn't there at least one apartment that tne landlord knows is available for immediate occupancy? If there one. and he will call Paul Welttmin. 5-0026. he will earn our qrati. tude. in audition to the rent. j_m_ > .o < W' i •MMA Wolpert Furniture Co.'s REMOVAL SALE NOW! PRICES CUT 20 to 50% 155 W. Fla 3 ler Street 'Pioneers Since 1914" 1396 N.W. 36th Street Awning Prices May Increase While we still have a large supply of material, a shortage is indicated. Better order before prices advance. We store until needed. PHONE 2-1731 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned are engaged In busi.. %  -. under Ihe fictitious name of •III I:I-~ FROZEN POOD STORES, at iis Everglades Concourse, Miami leach, Dade County, Florida, and at 141-1143 West Flaglcr Street. -Miami. i.ule County, Florida, and intend to egister the fictitious name In the ,,f the Clerk of the Circuit "ourl of hade County. Florida. BEN LEVIN SHIRLEY LEVIN CHARLES BROMER Sole Owners. iEORGE CHERTKOF, Attornev for Applicants. • 6-13-20-27 l" I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in justness under the fictitious, name uf r-.'MCo FABRICS COMPANY OF MIAMI, at 19 -N. W. 20th St., Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name. With the Ulerk of the Circuit Court ol • >ade County, Florida. WILLIAM GOLDBERG. Sole owner. %  i/23-30 9/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lie undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SLIMS SERVICE STATION, at l..> \ W 11th St., Intends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Conn of Hade County. Florida. WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN. Stole Owner. 10 9 6-13-20-27 FOLDING CHAIRS & TABLES FOB BENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In husines* under the fictitious name of BENNETT WHOLESALE CO.. at .36 N E First Ave. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk .f the Circuit Court of Dade County, At, OSIIFHOFP I 13-20-27 10/4-11 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 17132 RE: Estate of HERMAN II. DED1-iOFF. deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby gl\en that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Filial Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of HERMAN H. DEDLOFF, leccased; and that on the 3ulh da) Of September, 1946, Will apply to the Honorable W. F. Wanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said filral report and fur final discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Herman H. Dcdloff. UeThlg 19th day of August. 11*46. CEDLIDA M. DEDLOFF MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Administratrix. 3/23-30 B/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fietitous name of A-Z SUPER SECRETARIAL SERVICE, at 223 E. Flagler Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRANCES ZWIIJACK OLGA A HERMAN WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Applicants •./23-30 9/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious amne of MODERN HOUSEKEEPING SHOP, .it KIT S. W. 1Mb Ave. Miami. Fla.. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. KENNETH S. CARPENTER, Bole Owner. SEYMOUR J SIMON. Attorney for Applicant. 1/13-20-27 10/4-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute" that the undersigned, doing business under the fictitious name of MOLLY and MAC KOSHER DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT, locat,.,! ,, 1425 Washington Avenue. Miami p.eich Hade County. Florida, instead ,,, register said fictitious name In the Sflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Cour lf Dade ^imtv^ Florida. formerly known as MOLLY WAGNER MAC MERMELL \ VTHANIEL J. KLEIN. Attorney for Applicants. 6or> Lincoln Road. Miami Ttearh. Fla. [9/13-20-27 10/4-11 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ;he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI AMUSEMENTS, at 2106 N. I-.. Second An.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register sard name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida BERNARD H. FRANK WILLIAM A. CORNELIUS MAE 1.U TWA CK SAMUEL RUBIN. Attorney for Applicants. 9/20-27 10/4-11-18 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 111 business under the fictitious name of ANITA LEE GIFT KHOPI'E. at 17.".7 S. W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, ''HARRY R. SHERMAN BESSIE SHERMAN 9/20-27 10/4-11-18 -i A %  <: %  1 1 .|i 1 MM I J, lei 1



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+JeisMcrkllain %  %  : FRIDAY, ^TEMBjj, FACE FACTS By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director, AntiDefamation League May we take this opportunity as we enter upon the New Year, 5707, to extend our very best wishes to our readers and their dear ones for a year of health, happiness and fulfillment of the burning desires of our peep' 1 for peace and security. The following Rosh Hashona message from Richard E. Gutstadt, national director of t! I Anti-Defamation league of B"nui B'rith is most timely and vital. "Dcspitt the shrill cries of propagandists of many hues, stirred up by men of ill-will who have Seamed nothing from tindisastrous war through which we have just passed, we paus to greet with new hope, th Jewish New Year, 5707. "On behalf of the Anti mat ion league of B'nai B'rith. 1 welcome the opportunity to convey our sincere wishes for a year rich in the pn tnise and the fulfillment of a more abund ant life, of international und< i standing and peace for nun ol all faiths and races. "It is true that we are plagued by noisy apostles of reaction, even barbarism, who seem bent on cancelling out all social : ress and substituting for that, a return to 'the good old day.-.' with their greed, intolerance and hyprocrisy. "Yet it is most i nheartening to note from every direction tl • evidences of increasing cooperation of prominent individuals, socially-minded employers, trade unions, church groups, war veterans ai d y. uth oi ganizat which read into anti-Semitism a darker augury for all groups it the plague of hatred be permitted to i"ll on unchecked. The determination to secure a better world appears to be reckoning n intelligently with the T which operate to prevent the realization of such a better world. "We know from our experience with thi i' istian friends ol the Anti Di tion league, that n ore than 8,000 sinc re i lergymen of all denominations %  thi ir aid in the war against intolerance. We recognizi from the n actii n to our ] i rvices, carto ns, speakers and radio programs, that a gratifyingly lai ment of the An i identifies anti-Semitism foi what it is; the soul-sick] ness and political expedient which has wrecked nations, touched off war.-, arrayed class against class and group against group, in rder to keep dissenting i populations divided and confused. "The exigencies of a global] war and ,.ll that it has exacted are behind us. As we look < %  nfi dently forward to a decade education and enlightment in tl %  United States, during which additional millions of people will learn to sense the injustice and the infamy which sulks behind social discrimination, 'Christian only' employment policies, and the proscriptions against Jews and other minorities which smack more of Berlin in 1935, than or America, 1946. "The time calls for forthrightness and courage. The election of a demagogue to high state office, the angry agitation which marks an attempted revival of the Ku Klux Klan, the defacement of synagogues and Jewish meeting places, all are painful but do not represent a triumph of the forces of evil over decency and unanimity. Indeed, these bold manifestations of native intolerance have goaded into action hitherto complacent groups now more fully aware of the menace to their cherished American institutions. "Your Anti-Defamation league is proud of its position in the vanguard of agencies struggling Replace Sign Torn Down by V to bring more freedom, largei i pportunitties and increased understanding to our beloved nation. Our educational program has been deliberately colored and slyly attacked by demagogues seeking to driv a wedge between lews and theii non-Jewish neighbors, but more than thirty 5 of service to the United States and the cause of understanding have < xp sed the I i their cl B I and the vile intenl behind them. ••.V i> pro-dcmo( ratic, educational arm of the largest and Idest Jewish service Order in ihe wo: Id. the Anti-Di league profits from the support 250,000 B'i ai B'rit nen in its tight n-t native Ann rican fascists, trengl and comfort that \ I: er, indeed on n the United Sta*i in our unci eman tion oi every owi d as un-Amcrican and ary. "Tin distin i ol the Anti-Di fa lioi lei te ol B'nai B'rith, li\i d long i to see is pi oji, t flowt r inti a eat irganization with a many faceted irogram foi human betterment ind gi i ati i ui ling among 1 Mr, Livingston i | %  • %  nal i ewai d only ,i few short months ago, we who lin in thi l< i gue which he reated, are to reflect was spread that the Jews pillagfiH his s cial vis n and is ; i d desecrated a local church ON THIS SITE WILL BE ERECTED A JEWISH CENTER AND A HOUSE of WORSHIP FOR INFORMATH MR. I. BAR] 3NTAC1*'. SPONSORED BY THE H o B F REW i ,, ; GREGAT| 0N St*: L*\ ^fc., • r 'Mt H**S A COMMUNITY ceremony of rededication it held at proposed synagogue site in Someri N Y vandals recently destroyed sign. Christian ministers of neighboring communities joined in tb m arranged by the Council Against Intolerance. Left to right, securing the new sign, areJamei Ww Wise. Director of the Council*; Rev. L. H. Ball of the Methodist Church, Lake Mahopac; Rev L H C berhn. Federated Church of Croton Falls, and Isador Barkas, president of the Congregation. foi a truly nation in which ive and work ,,'1 n I : %  equals." Delegation Protests Rumanian Propaganda BUCHAREST (JTA) -A Jewish delegation this wei k i alii d lei of Intel ioi ..nd ,,-ki d for sti ict measures to growing anti-Jewish propagand i ii the country which s causing anxiety to the Jews d Rumania. Tl tion reported that a er of reci I I i %  •.dent.po'nl i the fact thi i re' are stimulattivities in various parts of the country. I n '"' <"' v: it ri ted, a rumor fluence of anti-Semitic propalaunched to establish tkc] gandists, refused to accept the of tiie anti-Semitic ring oil aid of Jews who volunteered to gandists operating in th i put out a forest fire. towns. The minister asm In presenting these facts to the delegation that he will t— traders there offered their wares minister, the Jewish delegation necessarv steps to suppratl on the market place at prices ( u rged that an investigation be I anti-Jewisl activities. cheaper than their non-Jewish c mpetitors. In Tarcul Ocna the which was -oiled by unknown ils. In the town of Tulcea, clashes broke out when Jewish ical population, under the inSALE OF SEATS FOR ZEDEK OF Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation 1545 S. W. Third St. SUNDAY MORNING. 10 A.M. TO NOON. EVENINGS THEREAFTER FROM 9 P.M. TO 11 P.M. Phone 9-3143 Dr. HERBERT S. LEVIN DENTIST "KFIi-E*HOURS: 9:00 to 5:00 And By Appointment Suite 612-614 DuPont Building MIAMI. FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS! Paramount Poultry Co. 237 N. W. Fifth Street Specializing In LIVE POULTRY KOSHER KILLED WHILE YOU WAIT SHOCHED AVAILABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY UNTIL N00H Also a Full Line of Fruits and Vegetables HOME "Good to the Last Fizz" 824 Jefferson Ave. MIAMI BEACH BETH DAVID Congregation "Miami's Pioneer Congregation" HIGH HOLIDOV SERUKES 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 RAPHAELS STRICTLY KOSHER HOTE AND DINING ROOM WISH TO THANK ALL OF THEIR PATRONS AND FRIENDS FOR THEIR GENEROUS RESPONSE The Management's Sincere Wishes lor A PROSPEROUS and HAPPY NEW YEAR Are Cordially Extended To J 146 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Members who have reservations are urged to pick up tickets immediately to avoid last minute confusion. -• PHONE 9-3469 CONGREGATION BETH TFII1 OF MIAMI BEACH Will Hold Services Saturday. September 20th at the New Modern Air-Conditioned Building 935 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach Slichos Services, Sunday • 1:00 AMRABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Prominent Babbi and Renowned Caul" Known A "The Yerushalmy WILL OFFICIAL COME TO SLICHOS AMD PjgT JSnS INSPIRING AND IMPRESSIVE SERVi ADMISSIONFREE_ % 



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SKPTEMBERJO^ *JtwhH l kridRui PAGE NINE ;„ To Chant gtfwPalm H" %  Miami Beach |ySr 5 congregation fch, %  ***• P"; fnre I could receive wvsi r '"• R h th,s ^Te Bar Mitzva J Eisii B< Eugene wiU be Bar Mitzva services ul the Miami [• Center tomorrow. | ,.;ii official] ch on the (Portion Law at the : Mr. and Mrs. | ne is the [Mrs. Ai m fANTMYMILK hi Bs But It'i FLORIDA 4IRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin D" Milk "Milk Products" Diero Prott; '" u,n movement after his al Palm ave., 1 %  appoint. Barney, the great boxa waaranl officer, junior grade, i in theregulai His is the first appointment • i this kind to be made since before th( Bloom has been with the Army I since 1939, and with the aii I sinnNovember, 1940. Hi 42 months of overseas si and is now assistant personnel .officer at Mitchel Field, N. V. Brothers Open Offices Herbert S. and B bert S. L have r tui ned to Miai more than three years of service and are m w practicing denti i at 612 duPont building. ing champion wants to devote his to social work That is why he is making a public example of himself in his fight dope habit ... As you ow Barney is a casualty of the war He started to use drugs against the malaria he had contracted in the Pacific THINGS WE DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT PALESTINE A ency is spending $10,000 a day merely tofeed and medical attention for i refugees detained at Haifa clearance camp Yes, it's true that former Prime Minister Winston Churchill is more responsible than any other individual for : the Palestine Jewry be presented with a Robert, tl e older brother, lives at 3128 S. W. 21 st., with his wife and and son. Herbert, who is also special inscription in the Golden married i a young daugh^""k "'' lh *J Jewish National ter, lives at 1869 S. W. 12 St. When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time A To Buy Some Fund by men of the Jewish Brigade .... Ben Hecht's "A Flag is Born." the grand spectacle spoils, red by the American League for A Free Palestine .-nubs the Chinese %  Ben just I that they are members of ] the UN organization The Lenin Library in Moscow subscribes to the Mishmar, daily Hebrew paper published by the Has homar Hatzair in Palestine '. Prefabricated wooden houses, g three rooms each and all conveniences, are being pured bj the Jewish Agency from Sweden to combat the housing shortage in Palestine ... In the midst of the present acute INSIDE STORY Dr. Nahum Goldmann will not return to the United States He will carry on his politicaldiplomatic work for Zionism in Europe Dr. Silver, head of the American Zionist, is very outspoken in his condemnation of Dr. Goldmann's recent "interference" in American Zionist affairs Dr. Silver contends that Dr. Goldmann, advised by misled Zionist conferees in this country, kept them in the lark about his plans and actually "lied to them" ... If Dr. Weizmann should back Goldmann, Rabbi Silver said he would publicly attack Weizmann's appeasement policy which jeopardized White House support for a Jewish State in Palestine. UN Week Postponed; Sholem Men Aid Project The observance of United Nations' week is being postponed until October by the national agencies sponsoring the celebration of the first anniversary of the United Nations charter. B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge is one of the 90 national agencies participating in the observance and its committee on public affairs is representing the lodge in preparing the programs. The lodge has formed a speakers bureau to become a part of the community-wide United Nations speaker's bureau, which will appear before other civic organizations to speak on the significance of the charter. The United Nations theme will highlight the activities of the lodge for that week, and Station WIOD has made a 15 minute broadcast period available to the lodge. A speaker from the United Nations bureau will address the lodge's weekly Friday luncheon that week. The committee on public affairs will circulate its special bulletin based on an address by Harold E. Stasscn, to all members of the lodge. AUGUST BROS ft^ Is thc BEST.' */ Alka-Seltzer AT ALl DRUG STORES 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 X TRULY NOLEN. Pratddrai ': tf ', !.. I H J; %  %  i m i i i %  I I %  >



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PAGE TEN vJcnist fk>ridOcnr FRIDAY, SF i : Bar Mitzva Regulation Announced By Bureau NEW STATE OFFICERS OF B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN A resolution of several years' standing concerning bar mitzvas was announced this week by Abraham P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Rabbis of Greater Miami have resolved that no bar mitzva ceremonies shall be allowed on the Sabbath in the synagogue unless the boy has had two years of Hebrew school training. Originally passed by the Rabbinical association, the measure was later adopted by the BJE. Beth Jacob Vaad Supervises Food Center The Community Food Center, newest shop in the 41st st. section, announces the sale of kosher :: eats, poultry and delicatessen under the supervision of the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus, directed by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. "A complete line of groceries, fruits, vegetables, frozen foods and fish is. also available. Free deliveries are made twice •i day by the Center which is locate I at 453 41st st.. Miami Beach. Temple Israel Members To Attend Reception A New Year reception for •• embers of Temple Israel will be Held from 3 to C< p. m. Thursday in Kaplan hall and th, gardi ns of the Temple, The affair will be under the irship of Judge Harold t, president of the congre" and Mrs. Spaet. M *-? •csr r* """" %  "•*-. %  THE NEW STATE OFFICERS of B'nai B'rith Women are shown after elections which were held in Tampa over Labor day weekend. They are (left to right, front row). Mrs. William Black, Lakeland, second ice president; Mrs. Barney H. Cohen, Orlando, first vice president; Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, Daytona Beach, president; Mrs. Irving Hoffman. Hollywood,! and Mrs. Sam Goldman, Miami, past president note selor. In the back row (left to right), are Mrs. Frank V. 1 West Palm Beach, secretary, and Mrs. Ti'lie Rosenlhd, Beach, parliamentarian. Service League Meets Legion Juniors Meet CHAPTER TO DISCUSS LIVINGSTON'S BOOK II session of the El pter, B'nai B'rith Women, will be an open meeting lay evei ng at the Bi V Miss Rl %  %  r will 1* Tl el [the Miami S< rvice leagui I the si ason was held Monday night if Mrs, M Kovi < >vi : 35 women atl %  Captain Emn ett C Townsi nd, crvici fficer of the Pratt Gei eral hospital, wa I Surprise Party Honors Miss Bernyce Badanes Fall. Sh j| M : Jin.] Ba Juni : Miami Beach Amern auxiliary 85 will meet t 7 p. m. Tuesday at the mc, 1828 Alt.>n rd. %  Daughti and isters of Legione i ligible for memberI"' i group is making I Tiny will be sent to the VetcrII • speaker. Otl er special an hospital for the patients to guests were Leon Kaplan^presi, ,, .... send home to their children. dent i l the Miami V. Maurice discussio, ; Sigmund LivingiGrossman, ex, itivi dirccto N v ; are Irene Ehrlich, I president; Estelle Frances Singer, k. "Musi Men H W i ". peakers from otl er I ters will d and purp ses of B'nai B'rith. and Eleanor M. Weiss, sergeantMISS LIGHTMAN ILL M D thy 1 tman is recoverin %  %  %  actuii '1 thigh %  • itivi s ii Lynn, M Shi was in Jackson Mcmn: Ital during May and I went to Baker M : ital in Boston for fur%  n t_ i turn to Miami after tl High Holy day; to n at thi National Chilme. i V. and Dai R onl I, activities ,,„,,. f the Y secretary; Ann Jannette Singer. The voted to changi Barbara Fleisher : bii i : ty at I tt Gem ispital from II i stant first Wi h us lay to I M day of • very n onth. Mi Li on Kaplan presided at H meeting ii th. absence of ; Re Chi rtkof, president. Tl e m xt meeting of the Ii igut : si for Mon lay evei Si • 30, • %  Mi n V. A surprise birthday party was given in honor of the 21st birthday of Mi.-s Bernyce Badanes by her sisters, Miss Florence Badanes, Mrs. Sam Badanes and Mrs. Edna Atkins, Friday eveI ning at the Badanes home, 126 S. W. Ninth ave. Abouth 30 of Miss Badanes' friends attended the party. Presi' dent of the DEBBS chapter of B'l ai B'rith Young Women, she will attend the University of ; Your Complete Deprt Store With Quil-til Merchandisi Washington Are. at 13tiI Miami Beach And for your convewa Morris Brother's New pare! and Accessory SW 70 E. FUrta St, I Scouts Resume Activity B. y Si out acti\ ities \\ ill be med t the Miami Y hut at 7:in r>. m. Tuesday by Troop Six, Nat Gans, chairman of thi Y scout committee, announet s. An extensive program has been planned for the coming year. invited each scout to bring a new member to fill the troop's patrols. Refreshments will be served. THE HELP'S PROBLEM! Our Boss would like to be an ENTERTAINER ... Our Entertainers would like to be BARTENDERS ... Our B A RTEN DERS J, WOULD LIKE TO 1R BE PAID! ZlSSENg ML £ *wzt u Im. H49 N. 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SEPTEMBER 20. 1946 ^Jenistincricffon PAGE ELEVEN i inmi Distribution CommIllee-pporll home for ine ^ %  Vmalriurch think, back to the day. before Hitler rame. EffLfi"wn.fort.Ur the J.D.C.horne, where Rood food. V • L/nlm-nnt Mirroundlna* are helping her pa., the day. in k nr ana i' __ J.D.C. receive* it* fund* from contribution, in I fttodtt ti00,000,000 campaign of the United Jewi.h Appeal. Harry Josephson Sought Information concerning the whereabouts of Harry Leo J 08 lephson is being sought by the National Desertion Bureau. New York. Josephson has neglected to %  d funds for the support of his two minor children, Bert,ant and Joseph since June, l!>4. r i. The children, living with their mother in New York, are in great need. I Miami was Josephson's last | known residence. Tl irty-four years old, he is 5 ft. 114 in. tall, weighs 145 pounds, has dark brown hair and Drown eyes, He wears a inustachi. • ttooes on both arms and has worked a I a machinist. Persons having information about him should i intact the au, U7 W. 47tn st., New York city. Aufrufen Ceremonies Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. ReprMontattv* Kumarich, local liquor IhasUken over the busi]the late Mr. and Mrs. M. blin. • • and I. uis Lcibovit, JMr. and Mrs. Harry Leifand Elli' M Argintar, son End Mrs. Cj Argintar, will 1 the Onivei Ij of Florida Elaine Gruner will atC Universit> of Wisconsin, Jer sister, Millicent, will fat Bucknell university. A at the University of I is Hiss Yetta Greenberg, %  er of Mr. and Mrs. Max lerg. David Aaron plans to %  Cornell. J • Schrebnick pa his si nioi year at the bit? of M I as Mrs, Frank Mirkin returned :• their former lin Steubenville, Ohio, for 1 weeks. They were called by the illness of a sister. • • phen, local radio merchant, (tturned from a business > Philadelphia. LFA | FOR THE BEST IN IY PRODUCTS ST PALM BEACH K-CREAM-ICE CREAM Tom Smith, local baker, will resume business in this area. • • Ben Ryder has again entered the tailoring business. He operated a shop on Clematis street for many years. • • • The Rev. and Mrs. J. Kaufman of New York are expected to return soon. • • • Mrs. Joseph Israel was admitted to Good Samaritan hospital after* suffering a heart attack. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Cymon Schupler have returned from their honeymoon and are now living with his parents. • • • A post of the Jewish War Veterans has been formed in Palm Beach under the supervision of Frank V. Bayer and Sidney and Ben Pepper. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Simon of Roxbury, Mass., are expected for their annual winter visit soon. • • Stanley Gruner was one of the pair who won the West Palm Beach tennis tournament doubles Sunday. • • Sidney Dubbin has returned to his studies at the University of Florida Law school at Gainesville. • • George Greenbcry has returned from a brief northern vacation. • • • Mrs. Maurice Crystal was a recent patient at Good Samaritan hospital. Aufrufen ceremonies for Herman Berk wore held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Saturday. Mr. Berk and Miss Miriam Minsberg of Poughkeepsie, N. Y„ were man ied yesti rday in New York city. He is vice president of the Center. OIMIII.'IIM'S RICHARD HAYMAN, 37, of 1335 Drexel ave., Miami Bi died Friday in a local hospital. A real estate broki r, he can i I Miami eight years ago from New ; York city. He is survived by his wife, Helen, of Miami Beach, and a brother, Saul, of New York city. Funeral services were held at the Beach Memorial chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo cemi' JACOB GOLDSTEIN. 76, ol 1772 Marseille dr., Normandy Isle, Miami Beach, died last Wedni day night. He was a retired merchant ano came from Pittsburgh. Surviving are two sons. Main:,. E. Goldman, Miami, and Hal Raymond, Normandy Isle. Services 1 were held in Riversidi Men chapel, followed by burial in Mt. Nebo cemetery. EDWARD BUTT. 58, 316 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, died last Wednesday in a hospital. 11. came from New York city three y, ars ago. and was a taxi driver. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gussie Butt. Miami Beach, and a daughter, Florence, in Washington. The body was sent to Ni York city by Riverside Memorial chapel. *^^^^^^^ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beech |W> too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY "Mizell, c. K. Simon, Lawrenc. S, Faville, Funeral Diractora Hiitcus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES <&A^ S.rring Palm Beach County, ••*£f fl p"!• re. m


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PAGE TWELVE +Jeistflcridli&n FRIDAY, 1 JEWISH EDUCATION GIVES CHILD PRIDE IN THE PEOPLE OE ISRAEL ("A Parent Looks at Jewish Education." written by Mrs. E. Karger. is the first in a series of articles to be printed by The Jewish Floridian. in cooperation with !he Buieau of Jewish Education, in observance of Jewish Education Month.) Inasmuch as a groat part of our people has perished in Europe, the responsibility falls on the shoulders of our American Jewry to carry on the heritage of Judaism. It is incumbent upon every clear thinking Jewish parent to pee that his children attend our Jewl&k schools, and continue their JeWi.--h education. The reasons arc many: Our children cannot live by bread alone. We bring them into this vast world and we do all in our power to MM) that they are physically and mentally fit. As they grow, however, and experience life situations, questions arise out of nowhere and all at once our youngsters demand of us. "Who are we? What is our religion, our culture?" What is a Jew? What is this link to the Jewish people. It is time for the parents to take notice. Farsighted parents will realize this before questions are asked. Our children need the strength of our people. The Jewish school makes provision for it. Our youngsters are taken in and taught ti.e 'Trail, and the fundamental principles of Judaism. The tenets ol religion ai, inscribed upon theii hearts and minds. What a thrill ti.e your U I receives during th< course Jewish learning, when he is made aware of the fact li at lu is ;' descendant of a people Uti< :i and racial hatred, and with the help i t Providenci emi rged undaunt d! u %  % %  nil to learn thai J< %  %  have made w ndei t.il contribu• o the cultun world. What lion to see ti.e r< viva! pic and t the ancienl V. i -urn tli, t i f LI nt.' i C n ;.' \ parent deny Ins children th( i-nefil : •'• ; nk God foi Jewish education I value of Jewish learning to us, lmkr.g out pasl u'lth • futun. J> I ication is given in a n odei n and up-todate veisii n. Our t< chi bring current eventinto ii., classro m and presi ntday pi oblen eussi d. Without Jewish education our children would grow up in ignorance of their culture and uncertain of themselves and their future. I. a a pai'lit. therefore urge all oilu r p • ei ious|y about I ity with respei t to their ffspring. Local Rabbis To Speak On Holiday Broadcasts The (heater Miami Rabbinical association will sponsor a series ,,f High Holiday radio programs ic\t wei k. Rabbi living Lchrman of the Mi..mi Beach Jewish Community Center, will speak Sept. 24, 6:30 p, ,„.. over WKAT: Rabbi Moses heloff of Beth Jacob congregation, Sept. 24, at 8 p. m. over station WGBS; Rabbi Murray Grauer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Sept. 25, at ,'::t(i a. m. over WQAM. Rabbi Colman Zwitman, of Ti piferael, Sept. 25 at 1:30 ,,. ,,,. over WIOD. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation. Oct. 3, at 6:45 p. in., over WIOD. Rabbi I.'on Kronish of tl Ti mple Beth Sholom on Oct. 4, at 11:30 a. in. over WKAT. Rabbi Irving Lehrman is chairman of the project. !2TEMBER: "Between You amHiv By BORIS SMOLAR U SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Ag, LONDON PARLEY: **, o If you belong to the optimists in the Zionist may bet that Jewish groups in Britain which with the Jewish Agency will definitely i oin V' 6 m < Palestine before it concludes And this C case with the Jewish Agency ... ma ^ ev n|J TAX EXPERT TO TALK ON REAL ESTATE SALES 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 How tlie sale of real estate is affected by income taxes will be outlined by Philip E. Paine, author and lecturer, at the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge luncheon in Downtown Club restaurant at 12:15 p. m. today. Paine is the author of '"Income 1 Simplified" and "Avoiding High Income and Estate Taxes." Because of Rosh Hashona, no | luncheon will be held Friday, | Sept. 28. Bll Ballot, co-chairman, nounced. Subsequent speakers will include Jack Kofocd, newspapercolumnist, who will be the guest Oct. 4; Circuit Judge Ross Williams, and Fred K. Shochet, editor of the Jewish Floridian The Jewish Agency has gone a lonq Wav its original request that partition oe the hnLT-, the conference ... All the Agency wan* can Red Cross Establishes Hurricane Committees Preparing for hurricane disaster, the American Red cross is setting up committees to cover all fields of emergency work. Heading divisions are Francis (' %  LaVigne, chairman of the survey committee; I. M. Weistein. clothing committee, and Morris Klass, general vice chairman, who is in charge of registration and information. Wise Motorist-, Will Tell You TAKE YOUR CAR TO DIXIE QUICK SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT! We'll do our best to take care of your car's ailments while you wait. Don't hesitate to stop in at any time of the day. DIXIE experts will examine and prescribe t h e proper 0 remedy. BATTERY ROAD SERVICE — WHEEL ALIGNMENT — BRAKE REPAIR—MOTOR TUNE UP—CARBURETOR AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS—TIRE RECAPPING Lift Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmid NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. 07 Blacayne Blrto. Ph. 9-1414 or 4 9981 British should consider the partition plan diZ \T'M Shertok but also David Beruunn 9 the ctmkJ n t'' said that the w "-show th e B missioner how easily?' can be invaded iJSfcl though ,t is heav,ly3 cutofl 'he electridtrfiji same time had the '" d % %  • A SSOM, call foi electrician •* the two Irgun members IM and. 1>'.-inting themselftj ned elecWctauTr ered n< difficulty whats %  %  %  '"cd to the Hit. missioner's office. QUIZ CORNER: Can anybody explain tkl !.KU displacedpenJ hern admitted monthlv % %  country during the la months at a time whet, i President Truman's din] 3,900 should have been •* • Can the displacedi Europe really afford to last] precii us U. s. visas a; which become void not i Should not the Jewishi Zations involved in in: work make some kind of i planiition of this phecoa ... Is not an explanatia| from the immigration divii the State department?... And can anyone expliaJ American Jewish groups | terested in Jewish emigi and in protecting JeViih rif do nothing to protMt Canada':, official policy of| issuing visas io Jews as 1 except to those born ii| British Empire? Or perhaps the interested] ish organizations are not i of existence of adn regulations of the immi" branch of the Canadian | ment which classify all J eept tho ( born in Britain* "third category"—the catepj "least d( -uable" immigM Included in this categoryuej zens of Greece, Bulgarnl Syria and Turkey, but Poland, Rumania, B Gurion, chairman of th e executive, may be excluded from the conference, since it is believed that he is marked for detention on the British "black This the British government is willing to do as a part of the countcr-pioposals which each of the participating delegations may submit to the fedcralization plan, now known as "the plan for provincial autonomy" Another concession which the Jewish Agency has made quietly is the dropping of the demand that the detained members of the Agency executive be released and admitted to the conference This demand is no longer pressed, though it means that not only Moshe list" m Those members of the Jewish Agency executive, such as Dr. Weizmann and Dr. Nahum Goldmann, who are inclined to participate in the conference may, after all, have their way .... It must be taken into consideration that the Jewish Agency has not rejected the British invitation outright, but has made it clear that it is only abstaining from the conferenece until some understanding is reached on the Jewish terms INTELLIGENCE: British Intelligence Service is now working hard to establish how coded military messages sent to Palestine in connection with the raids on Jewish settlements fell into the hands of the Jewish resistance movement there Army code experts fear that the Haganah succeeded in breaking "top secret" British ciphers The secret service in Palestine is very much embarrassed over out one evening in the High Commissioner's office An urgent telephone call was made for electricians Within a few minutis two electricians appeared and fixed the lights When they left, the High Commissioner Tli* DIXII Way Is the RIGHT Woyl DIXIE TIRE £0 P^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH • 101 S. W. Fint Street 5357 N. Miami Av*. 1539 N.W. 17th Av*. 94S Fifth Street M40 Alton Road ^*l > %  *# % %  %, •W Ask for U. S; Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Beet Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS Electrical Appliances for the home PEARL BROTHERS j FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1721 N.W. 7th Avenue MIAMI found on his desk a note revealCz ,.,. ,, ,,kia and the the fact that Jewish extremists succeeded in getting into the office of the Palestine High Commissioner despite all precautions .... This is how it happened The lights suddenly went ing that they were members of the Irgun Zvai Leumi The Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of acute medical, and convaleecent caaee Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental dieorders, drug, and alcoholic habits. Paychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE, M. D. Medical Director and President 1881 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phone* 2-0243 9-1042 Open to Members of Dado County Medical Assn. countries • In other words, while Rumanian.--, Hungarians, C can get visas to Canada, all ish citizens of these cannot ... No wonder* der the present immigrate ulations only 347 Jews, British subjects, entered during 1945 • And time when Canada is* mission to Europe to *W immigrants from the thediss :rcl Polish army eral Anders %  • %  %  GORDON HOOrag SHEET METM WOfl Have you will v NATIONAL RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN BREAKFAST -LUNCH -DINNER t Take "phoned Delicacies 1690 S. W. 8th Street CLOSED W E D N E S DAYS i*2 IP 1 fWS^^A && sew


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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T^^Wn^-THE JEWISH UNITY
c& THE JEWISH W EEKLY
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
f YORK (JTA)Some
Ijewisl in Ru"
hungary and Poland face
Ipects of levere winter
[wans are found to in-
line large-scale assistance
l-rlV are already receiving
j | Distribution
Bee'.'Dr. Josi pi Schwartz,
Lopean direel >r, said this
It apres nce-
Xhwartz, who is returning
ipe in a few days, pointed
It Rumania has suffered a
I and that
tult foid prices are soar-
lend the the 335,-
Vs there, and that the
Lt incn aid to that
J" In Hungary, he de-
tr.i JIK' Ii ilready spent
L "" for aid this year for
.JO Jew.- there, but with
bilization ol currency the
M the dollar has decreased
lei fur.ds will have to be
Jfrom $500,000 in Aug-
r50.00O in September,
ing | 60,000 Jews
tdPolar.ii since the July
p.;'. K i said that
Ljnu| I' w are finding it
. lifficult to rehabili-
pnselvfs and to rebuild
Vtinued on page 5)
World Jewry Awaits New Year;
Synagogues Announce Services
World Jewry will usher in the
New Year period this weekend
with the first of the series of
holiday services. Wednesday-
night will mark the actual be-
ginning of the New Year, 5707.
Services will be held in nine of
the houses of worship in Greater
Miami.
ORTHODOX
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation services will be per-
formed by Rabbi Murray Grauer
and Cantor Maurice Mamches.
For the Slichos services at 1 a.m.
Sunday, the rabbi's sermon will '
be entitled, "Rise In the Night."
The first of the Rosh Hashona
services will be read Wednesday
evening at 7 p.m.
Thursday and Friday morning
services will begin at 8 a.m. |
Rabbi Grauer will speak on 'The
United Nations and a United
People" on Thursday and on "Our
Posterity" Friday, j, seph Malek
and Fred Ochs will conduct the
services at the Schaarei Zedek
Talmud Torah i i tl e Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation.
At the Beth Jacob Synagogue
Slichos (Penitential) services will
be conducted at midnight Satur-
day with Rabbi Moses Meschi
speaking on "A Sunn In the
Night." Cant( i Louis D. Feder
and H. Halpern will chant the
services. Rosh Hashona services
will begin at 6:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in both the synagogue and
community building.
Morning services will begin at
the community building at 7:30
a.m. and at the synagogue build-
ing at 8 a m. "United Nations"
will be the rabbi's subject for
Thursday and he will speak on
"A United Nation" on Friday.
Cantor Nathan Wn obel, assisted
by S. J. Freedman, will conduct
n the community build-
ing.
Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky
will conduct Slichos services at
b m. S mday morning and will
:. Ro Hashona services at
7 p.m. Wednesday at the new
Beth TiiK.'n synagogue. Thurs-
day and Friday services will be-
gin at 7 a.m. The rabbi's Thurs-
day address is entitled "The
Ram's Horn." 'Self-Sacrifice" is
the title of his Friday sermon.
CONSERVATIVE
The traditional midnight ser-
vices ol Slichos will be conducted
j at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter by Rabbi living Lchrman,
who will preach on "The Centur-
ies Speak." Rosh Hashona ser-
vices will start at 7 p.m. Wednes-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Floridian To Close
For High Holy Days
The offices and plant of The
Jewish Floridian will be closed
on Thursday and Friday, Sept.
26 and 27, due to the Rosh
Hashona holiday.
All copy for next week's
issue of the paper, which will
b the annual New Year spe-
cial edition, must be turned
I in by MONDAY NOON.
SK >l an Fund Question
pndependenl community
rvice will b established
Sater Miami Jewry in
|pendin| al by the
Social Service bureau
' it was announced
(ek.
tor coml the cap-
jtia- Barun de Hirsch loan
[JSSB and the loan fund
which have been set
'the Greater Miami Jew-
leration foi -. eral years
fawn up last Friday by
[of the existini fund and
Watives of JSSB and Fed-
PSSB board and the Fed-
loecutive committee ap-
I the idea at meetings
and Wi Inesday, and
Jca'linK a meeting of its
mcml., Oct. 0 to
P approval ol the plan.
"jig of non-interest loans
J400 by the proposed ag-
! recommended at last
I Keeling. Other recom-
|M!.= were:
l^ns be extended on the
rweific merit after study
[W'gation 0f each appli-
*TEES
1 Wem of guarantees
tedIV B:""n de H'"ch
g be followed. This
f nthat two people ac-
j g 5 "ntAV agency may
^rv,ce bureau .p.
|w*!$tahnd member* of
not ^ ,,'' "ew ;'gency
hC e t0 *fve
f*terati0.s luan rcserves
and the funds of the present
1 Baron de Hirsch loan fund be
I turned over to the new agency
on the approval of the JSSB and
I the executive committee of Fed-
:eration. Approximately S3,150
| would come from Federation and
about $6,300 will come from
JSSB.
(The Federation funds have
not been assigned to the agency
but the executive committee
favored creation of the agency
Wednesday.)
That the maximum loan would
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
I \ IKiili' in 1'alostine
Urged toy Pepper
Surrender of the British Palestine mandate to a United
Nation trusteeship was demanded by Florida's Senator Claude
Pepper in a speech calling for a return to the Franklin D. Roose-
velt doctrine of the "good neighbor."
Speaking before a crowd at Flamingo park Sunday night.
Pepper warned that the U. S. will get into another war "ii we
keep letting the Republicans and Roosevelt-hating Democrats
dictate our foreign policy."
Recalling his trip through Europe and the Middle East,
Pepper estimated that at least 500,000 Jews could enter Palestine
without disturbing the Arab-0
Jewish population ratio. X'#MMl 11(111 HI II"
Besides advocating increased *^* M.*l**H"^
Jewish immigration into the Holy _, #
Land. Pepper called for an inter- |<0|* lillllttFCS
national conference to determine
which countries will accept more
refugees. He said the United Na-
tions should decide how many
Jews should be allowed in Pal-
estine.
'I will vote for the
AGENCY LEADERS,
PALESTINE ARABS
ENTER TALKS
LONDON (JTA) The confer-
ence on Palestine was indefinite-
ly postponed after Monday's
morning session which was taken
up almost completely by Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin's reply to
the objections advanced by the
delegates of the several Arab
states to the British plan for
"provincial autonomy."
It was believed that the con-
ference would be resumed on
Thursday. In the meantime, the
Arabs considered the points out-
lined by Bevin and will reply to
them, possibly with alternative
proposals. A Reuter report said
that the conference "is most like-
ly to close next week." if no dele-
gation of Palestine Arabs comes
to London to attend the parley.
However, it emphasized that there
was "a fifty-fifty chance" that
the Palestine Arabs might send
a delegation to the conference.
At Monday's session Bevin
emphasized that the Palestine
problem should be approached
from a world aspect rather
than from a national aspect.
He declared that the British
consider the "provincial auton-
omy" plan a workable solution,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
Urgent need for housing facili-
ties for emigres was described
by Charles Cohen, executive di-
rect..r of the Jewish Social Ser-
United vice bureau this week, following
States t take its generous share a meeting of the Refugee com-
of displaced Jews," he promised, mittee.
Singer Favored
For Drive Post
Three Miamians
Honored at Parley
Three local community leaders
were elected to regional offices
at the first postwar conference*
of the Southern section, National
Jewish Welfare board, at Look-
out Mountain hotel, Tenn., over
the weekend.
Mrs. Leon Kaplan was chosen
treasurer of the southern section.
She is chairman of the Miami
Y's youth activities committee
and vice president of the Miami
Service league.
Elected to a third term as
president of the southern chap-
ter of the National Association
of Jewish Center Workers was
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the Miami Y and one
of the founders of the chapter.
Jack Marash, executive direc-
tor of the Beach Y, was named
to the chapter's board of direc-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
Pepper suggested U. S.-Rus-
sian-British cooperation as a so-
lution to Arab antipathy in Pal-
estine.
If the three powers and the
United Nations show that they
wish to help the Arabs, not ex-
ploit them, the Arabs would take
a different attitude, he declared.
With UN control of Palestine,
the United States should take an
active interest in the Holy Land.
he urged.
Although willing to support
Britain's legitimate interests m
the Middle East, Pepper deplored
England's imperialistic policy to
the subject peoples there. He
brand, (I the British for plunder-
ing, murdering and detaining
Palestine Jews and Jewish immi-
grants and described the attempts
of "reactionary English diplo-
mats" to keep American business
out of the Middle East.
Britain will not give P lhc
Palestine mandate because she
wishes to maintain her economic
Interests in the Middle Fast and
defend the Suez canal, he said.
Pepper expressed disappoint-
ment in President Truman's re-
pudiation of Secretary of Com-
merce Wallace's recent foreign
policy speech.
Endorsing Wallaces state-
ments, he said "I am not pro-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
Cohen called for community
cooperation and asked that peo-
ple with rooms for rent contact
Mrs. Camilla Guerin at the JSSB
office, phone 3-5377. Rooms with
ci i kin % privileges are especially
needed, he said.
Source of financing the local
refugee program has yet to be'
settled. Community Chest or
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
, ration may be asked for finan-
cial support or some other kind
of administration structure may
be establisl ed, Cohen said. JSSB
:- a C mmunity Chest agency.
Financing of the refugee pro-
gram here is not included in the
Jewish Social Service bureau
budget estimate submitted to the
Community Chest, pending a
final decision of the Refugee com-
mittee and the JSSB board.
The local community must
lake tl e responsibility for emigres
smee no public tax funds are
available for their support, Co-
hen declared, adding that emi-
gres are aide to get jobs and
need only short time support.
The committee is considering
accepting a quota of two adult
refugee units a month which is
the amount taken by other com-
munities of comparable size on
the basis of present immigration,
Cohen said.
The local refugee committee is
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
Selection of Wm. D. Singer as
chairman of the coordinated cam-
paign of the Mt. Sinai hospital
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation is
expected to be
a n nounced
shortly, The
Jewish Florid-
ian learned
yesterday.
The cabinet
met Wednes-
day night to
choose an ov-
erall chairman,
cochairmen for
the hospital
and Federa-
tion, a campaign treasurer and a
drive director. Names of the five
were not disclosed.
Singer was chairman of the
1946 Combined Jewish Appeal
conducted by Federation in which
approximately $830,000 was
raised. This year's goal for the
two organizations may reach
three million dollars.
At a meeting of Federation and
hospital members of the cam-
paign cabinet Monday, the fol-
lowing were selected to repre-
sent the community on the cabi-
net: Benjamin E. Bronston, Nat
Hankoff, H. H. Hyman, Benja-
min Kane, M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers, Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Harry Sirkin, George
iBertman, Charles Cohen, Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, Harry Saffer
and Mrs. Louis Glasser.
J. Gerald Lewis and Carl
Weinkle were added to the list of
hospital representatives and Irv-
ing Frankel and Leon Kaplan, to
the list of Federation representa-
tives.
Total membership of the cabi-
net now numbers 37.


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VeAbonaMy fyua&iny
With the beginning of Fall ave., motored back to Miami
and the sounding oi school after vacationinq in Michigan
bells once again, many Miami City. Ind. Mrs^ Sammie
collegians are leaving to re- Halperin and daughter, Mar-
sume their studies throughout leen, are visiting here witn
the nation. Miss Sara Rose her parents Mr. and Mrs. Max
Schwartz left Wednesday for Mintzer. 1843 S. W. Ninth s.
Duke university. She is the from Dublin, Go. Mr. Halperin
president of the Alpha Epsilon will join them for the holidays.
Phi sorority there Miss Surprise Party
Judith Wolpert, daughter of Mr. Jonathan Jay Braunstein, son
and Mrs. George Wolpert. left 0f Mr. and Mrs. H. Jay Braun-
Tuesday for Wellesly college stein, 1942 S. W. 17 St., was
in Wellesly, Mass. She is ac- honored by fellow junior high
tive in the Student Federalist school students at a surprise
movement and is on the staff birthday party Monday. It was
of the school newspaper and his 12th birthday. Hosts at tne
magazine party were Marshall Pepper
TaUylassies Arthur Pepper, Elton Goldf.eld.
Miss Arlyne Seigel leaves Eddie Zalis, Charles Peach
today for Florida State College Philip Solomon, and several
for Women. She is a junior other friends,
counselor and a member of Mrs. H. Diamond and daugn-
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority there | |er, Hannah, and son, Murray,
. Miss Ester Argintar, daugh- 0f 1045 Michigan ave., have
ter of the Oscar Argintars, will just returned from a ,hjee-
also leave this week for FSCW. month vacation in New York
President of D Phi E there, she ... Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aron-
stein. 639 West ave., returned
to Miami Beach Monday after
a three-month vacation. While
in New York they attended the
Allen, to Miss Ruth Molesky in
August Just returned from To Council Directors
ith her son, Zelig,
will begin her senior year .
Dther "TaUylassies" leaving
!his week are the Misses An-
nette Vitsky, Marcille Kauf- ,
man, Joan Langner and Jackie wedding of their som Mort. M.
Freeman.
Miss Jean Cohen, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cohen
of Coral Gables, flew Sunday
to Albequerque, New Mexico,
where she will do graduate
work in Hispanic-American af-
fairs at the University of New
Mexico. Miss Cohen, who
was graduated magna cum
laude from the University of
Miami last spring, was award-
ed a iellowship to the Univer-
sity of New Mexico Miss
Gladys Novack is expected to
return to Miami Tuesday to re-
sume her studies at the Univer-
sity of Miami. She is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Holiday Trips
Mis. Herbert Blumenthal of
Savannah will be in Miami to
spend the holiday with her
parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Simon
April. She is the former Esther
April Miss Jules Pearlman
'Jewish fkrldKtor)_
Baritone's Concert To
Open Annual Series
Nov. 1" is the opening date- of
the Greater Mian* Jewish Cul- j
tural committee's annual series.
Reservations are now being taken
season subscriptions and
,ingli events by the Miami and
Beach Y's and the Bureau ol
Jewish Education, Mrs. Leo Hu-
,.. an, chairman,
this wick.
Membi rs of organizations af-
filiated with the committee may
make their reservations with
i epn sentative.
First artist to appear on this j
year's program will be Baritone
S ,i Belarsky. Marguerite Kot-
zenn, sop id Juhus Chajes,
; t and composer, will give
., concert Dec. 22.
Zvee Scooler, monologuist, and I
Benjamin Zemach, dancer, will
be presented on Jan. 12.
A sympi sium on "The Jew and
World Democracy" will conclude
eriea n Feb. 25. Participat-
ing will be Janus Waterman
Wise. Chayim Greenberg and
possibly Rabbi Janus Heller.
s. me ol the events will be held
;ii the Beach and the rest in
Miami.
Bette Sir, Dr. Shallow^
Plan October Wedding
Miss Bette Sir. bride-elect of Dr. Charles Lerm
weddin,
acob syc
cemon,
The couple will behonored"at" a7am?lyni,Y **
Atlanta and Miami, is making plans foi her'wH
nUUUlU U"" *"" ~ .iiumuy piUIlS 101 h_(
will be held at 3 p. m. Sunday, Oct. 6. at Beth Jc
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate *-
will be followed by a reception in the
announced Rainbow Room of the Tides hotel at 6
Una,
^ception
Mrs. Farr to Be Hosie.y,*
New York wi
Mrs. Jack Hirsch brings word
of Comedienne Belle Baker
whom she visited. Because of
illness, Miss Baker was unable
to fulfill her engagements this
summer, but will arrive in Mi-
ami soon
club
Board "I directors of the Mi-
iim section Natioi al Council of
Jewish Women, will meet at 10
a.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs.
Aaron Farr, 1042 West 47th ct.,
Miami Beach, Mrs. Nat Williams,
>ut wm uu.vc ... .,,,..,_ announces.
to appear at a local p,ans w]!| ,)(, m.|(](. f(H. u,
opening meeting of the season
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Kaplan (,, be held in form of a luncheon
are spending a week with rela- on Ni v, 1.
lives in Savannah and then Dr. : Mrs. Ben Essen has been ap-
Kaplan will conduct services pointed chairmanlof activities for
, r .,__u;~u Uni,, Hn? in Oct. 15 which is designated as an-
the High Holy days in ^^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^
for
is vacationing in New York and i months in the north. While
Brunswick Ga. They will re- (.,iU, Uv The local program will
turn here about Oct. 8 Mrs. lu, gfiared tQ explain Council
Jack Marash and son. David, Wulk ,,, ,hl, community.
returned Wednesday after a----------------------------
vacation in New York Surprise Party Honors
Appels Return Mf Qnd Mrs Zalig
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ap- ______
pel and daughter. Civvie, 4430 j Wh;U. Mr and Mls Jot, Zaiis
Royal Palm ave.. are now at w, ,,. spending Sunday afternoon
home after vacationing for two
Canada Mrs. Gus Ginsberg
and daughter Paula Nita, re-
turned to Miami last week after
spending the summer in Hen-
dersonville and Hot Springs.
They are staying with Mr. and
Mrs. George Chertkof .
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Mach-
tei will leave Tuesday to spend
Rosh Hashona in Chicago. The
rabbi will attend the National
Cemetery association conven-
tion at the Edgewater Beach
hotel n Chicago and they will
fly to New York to spend Yom
Kippur with their families. They
will return Oct. 7 After an
extended vacation in Califor-
nia, Hot Springs, and New
York, Mrs. Ida Optner has re-
turned to Miami .
Rabbi and Mrs. Saul .Appel-
baum left Wednesday for
Philadelphia and New York.
The rabbi will occupy a pulpit
in New York for the holidays
. Kolman L.uria returned from
Ansonia, Conn., this week .
A Delta Phi Epsilon rush tea
was held Tuesday night at the
home of Miss Ester Argintar
by Mrs. George Gerson, nation-
al adviser for the sorority. A
series of such teas is being
planned .
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kamenoff,
who were married here on Aug.
25, returned to Miami this week
end before leaving for Orlando
where they will make their
home. Mrs. Kamenoff is the for-
mer Phyllis Schulman. While
here they stopped at the Ral-
eigh hotel ... Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob DeKoven, 1235 Meridian
there they were present at the
unveiling of a tombstone in
memory of the Appel's son,
Sidney. Miss Appel will enter
the University of Miami in the
Fall a3 a freshman. Mrs. Appel,
chairman of the summer proj-
ect of the Miami Beach Wom-
en's auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged, is asking
all of her workers to turn in
their accounts to her.
Mrs. Becky Levine returned
lo Miami Beach from New York
and Hendersonville after a
three-month stay. While away
she attended the golden wed-
ding celebration of Miamians j
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff in Char- i
lotte. N. C. In New York she at-
tended the wedding of Dr. and
Mrs. Eugene Howard. Mrs.
Howard is the former Evelyn
Shoroskv of Miami Beach. Ac-
tive in the women's auxiliary
of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, Mrs. Levine recently re-
covered from injuries received
in an accident at Pine Hi)l, N.
Y., where she was hospitalized
. Miss Virginia Franklyn left
Monday for a two-week stay in
St. Louis, Evansville, and New
York.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Frankel
and son, Marvin, returned from
New York Friday. They are
now in their new home at 1853
Washington ave. Max
Jacobskind and Al Glass are
motoring north for several
weeks ... Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Kerman, 717 Biscayne dru qjn
spendinq a month at the Am-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
out. fiiiu i f th( ir fnends, Mrs.
Pearl Raidman, Mrs. Anna Block,
Mrs. Sadie Karasik and Mrs. Isi-
loi C hen, prepared a surprise
25th anniversary celebration for
them on tl eir i 'turn.
They wen- presented with a
stei ling silver tea service. Rabbi
foseph E Rackovsky offered a
ng. The party was held at
e Zalis' hon e, K>68 S. W. 14th
ter.
nainDow noura oi me riaes notel at 6 p m M c
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir, 306 Euclid ave8 '
Miss Judith Hershbein, niece of the bride-elect wnv.
of honor. Bridesmatrons will be Mrs Abe HershlL
Abe Sir, sister and sister-in-law Dein *1
of Miss Sir.
Dr. Shalloway will be attended
I y his biother, Melvin, as best
man, and Dr. Maurice Rich, Abe
Hersbein and Abe Sir, ushers.
Michael Shalloway will be the
rincjbearer.
A real estate saleswoman. Miss
Sir is associated with the office
of B. E. Bronston, realtor. Follow-
ing her graduation from Miami
Beach High school, she attended
Columbia university. Founder
and first president of the Emma
Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith,
she has also been active in Ha-
dassah.
During the war, Miss Sir de-
voted much of her time to re-
creational work for servicemen.
She was affiliated with the Jew-
ish Welfare board, the Snack
. Bar and the Servicemen's Hous-
ing corporation and sang and
played the organ for numerous
servicemen's activities.
The son of Mrs. David Shal-
loway, her fiance was graduated
from Emory university Medical
school in Atlanta, Ga., prior to
entering the service. At Emory,
, he was a member of Phi Delta
Epsilon medical fraternity and
t was the first Jewish boy to be
awarded membership in the
' school's E club.
In the army medical corps for
, four and one-half years, he held
the rank of major and was chief
! of the medical service of a 1.000-
bed hospital in Germany. He also
served in the Philippines.
Dr. Shalloway served his med-
ical residence at St. Louis Jewish
hospital and Grady hospital in
Atlanta. He has just completed
a six-month post graduate course
in internal medicine at Cornell
university and Bellevue hospital,
N. Y.
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SEPTEMBER 20, 1946
Buy Apartment House
For Federation Staff
fJenisti Meridian
PAGE THREE
Elected At Conf
Unable to find housing tor its
professional staff members, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
has arranged for the purchase of
a four-unit apartment house,
Morris Klass, executive direct r,
announced this week.
Valued at $40,000, the house
is located at Southwest 24ti. ave,
and 26th lane. Federation will
carry the first mortgage and in-
terested campaign friends will
jointly finance the second mort-
gage, Klass said.
Victor Garvey and William
Glick, professional assistants in
community planning and fund-
raising, will probably move into
the apartment house next w< k.
Milton Mulakoff, publicity direc-
tor, is expected to arrive shortly.
The fourth apartment will be
made available to other can
personnel.
-HuraK ,"t28 Wi
;, ( the opening
| Brican Jewtoh
I division of
Mrs Louis Glasser,
Ff,;;;, M.s. Glasser
chairmen:
' ., Weinstein, director
."... Mrs. Benjamin
I nard Kimball.
K- ;kweis Friday review;
I -.'. .s and Mrs.
/.. mtercultural edu-
t Irving Lehrman, Congress
Lt editor; Mrs. Moses
parl.amentar-
EL Morris Rabinowitz, Mrs.
TKimb I. M"- Frank
M,_ Mini, Janoff, mem-
Li M MescheloH,
lee hOU ,,
F D rothy k Fink and Mrs.
I ion of com-
Ivintei : Mre- Mar"
r Mis. Benjamin
ion of law ,
I V : ... S.lberlicht, RftC0gni2ing the need f()r inter.
n and Mrs. change of ideas and cooperation
ehabilitation in activities, a number oi local
. Mrs. Alex- youth and young adult groups
Mrs. Michael recently formed an Inter-Club
3 G01" Ted" by Gershon Miller, tern-
porary chairman, the representa-
tives to the council meet the
first Tuesday of every month to
discuss their common problems
of their organizatii ns.
Essentially an advisory group.
the council will serve as a clear-
ing house for scheduling major
activities. The group also plans
to install placards at meeting
amuel Lipton! places of affiliated clubs to keep
njamin Meyers members posted on all the organ-
1, constitution izations' calendar ol activities.
John Soifer, At present, the counci IS
spitality. ling at the Miami Beach Jewish
project of the di- Center, but Miller said that the
mniul Friday | meeting place may be changed
. honk reviews to a Beach hotel. Non-sectarian
I and fourth .groups may be asked to join the
Local Youth Groups
Form Advisory Council
ipply room;
B kind, victory
-. K M Clara Golden-
eans commit-
nd Mrs. Ben-
[j. y. r ika breakfast:
Lib w, AJI and
Id Jc-wifl Congress; Mrs.
Jewish cub-
Mr-. Arthur S.
I nth by
the clothing
tinued under
VV rk is Not Yet
pa Shedroff Attends
P Youth Institute
Mrs. council.
Members of the council incluae
the Young Peoples league of the
Center, the Beth Sholom Frator-
ity, Emanon club of the Mian I
Y, Squires club. Masada, Junior
Hadassah, the Debbs, and several
other B'nai B'rith youth groups.
Edith Simmons is secretary 01
the council.
- i droff, 1570
ist returned
pre, N, Y., where
, first national
JF'i red by the
I ird at Camp
{Met.
Pc u| (ifl young people from
I United Si ti and Canada
1 -ions. Miss
nted the Beach
n administra-
making of com-
f"-' .vas asked by
With youth
I ising a large
imunity cen-
ple expressed
< representa-
- of direc-
Jj* Youth Center
Jtiect President
.. president of
i Youth Center.
Sunday morn-
American Legion
T e election
I the resigna-
"' u I er.
WOO and
almost $1,400
I nday by the
;.. trunks and
t i
B,i o have been
3 MIAMIANS HONORED
(Continued from Page 1)
tors. Marash and Grossman wen
discussants in professional ses-
sions at the conference.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, represent-
ing the Beach Y. served as chair-
man of a session on "Youth's
Stake in the Jewish Community
Center." Mrs. Sirkin is chairman
of the southern section's youth
committee.
Jules J. Paglin of New Orleans
was reelected president of the
southern section of JWB. Among
other officers is R. Williams Apte
of Tampa, who was elected to the
vice presidency.
About 50 percent of commun-
ity centers in the south are
planning capital funds cam-
paigns to finance the construction
of new buildings, Grossman said
on his return this week
Theme of the conference con-
cerned methods by which a con-
structive program of leisuie-time
activities, supervised by trailed
workers, can be developed for
the benefit of the community.
man leaders may enter talks
Pictured above, jack Marash
(top), Maui Ice iri ssman and
Mrs. Leon K i eived of-
fices at tl i ii nvention of the
Southern secti n, National Jew-
ish Welfar, bo nfen ce last
weekend at Chattanooga. (See
-lory, page om i
PEPPER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Russian or anti-Russian. I am
not pro-British or anli-British,
I am just pro-American."
Di ploring the anti-Russian at-
titude that has swept this coun-
try. Peppi i declared that "'as bad
as Ru today, it is better
than it was and it will 1 e I etti
if we get the Russian < mfi lence
and give them our confidence."
"I believe so firmly that it is
I of us to v rk to-
i r in i eace .1 the leaders oi
the nations sil di wn and v. rk
out the honorable, sensible basis
for pear, as they did for war,"
he 11 included.
Pepper's appearance was spon-
sored by the Mami Beach B'nai
B'rith.
(Continued from Page 1)
but added that the government
is prepared to discuss modifi-
cations and to consider counter-
proposals. He concluded by
indicating that there cannot be
any solution of the Palestine
problem without taking into
account the presence of Jews
in Palestine.
Confer With Ben Gurion
Three leaders of the Jewish
Agency Lft by air for Paris to
with David Ben Gurion,
chairman of the executive, on
further developments in connec-
tion with the British invitation to
attend the conference on Pales-
tine.
Bevin's remark that no solu-
tion is possible unless the pres-
i nee ->! J,ws in Palestine is taken
into account was considered by
Jewish circles here as an en-
couraging sign indicating that the
stage when the Jewish Agency
I may be able to enter the confer-
|ence is not too far distant.
David Ben Gurion, chairman
'of the Jewish Agency executive,
authorized the participation of
the Agency in the conference, it
was revealed by a spokesman of
the Jewish Agency here follow-
ing the return from Paris of Prof.
Brodetsky, Nahum Goldmann and
Berl Locker.
Tlv three members of the Jew-
ish Agency executive were" au-
thorize! to approach Foreign
Secretary Bevin to propose Jew-
ish participation. The Jewish
Agency members in Palestine are
to be informed that the Agency
executive feels that the British
scheme for "provincial auton-
omy" in Palestine has been killed
by the Arab opposition to it and
that the time has come for dis-
cussion of alternatives, among
them the partition plan offered
by the- Jewish Agency.
The Board of Deputies of Brit-
ish Jews this week decided to
endorse the recommendation of
its ex scutive committee that the
organization should not attend
the conference on Palestine with-
out the Jewish Agency. Only a
few participants at the session ab-
stained from voting.
Declaring that all Arab states
are of one opinion regarding
Palestine, Azzam Bey expressed
the hope that after the confer-
ence is over an Arab-British block
will be formed. He indicated
that the Arab states will bring
the Palestine question before the
general assembly of the United
Nations if no agreement is reach-
ed at the present parley.
Faris Bey el Khoury of Syria,
speaking in behalf of all the Arab
delegates at the conference, em-
phasized that the Arab countries
do not want "any part of Pales-
tine cut off." He presented the
views of the Arab participants at
the conference as follows:
1. No part of Palestine should
be cut off to make a home for
immigrants of a different nation-
ality.
2. Intensification of disorders
in Palestine will lead to "defens-
ive Arab measures" and to civil
war in the country.
3. The Jewish problem is a
world problem and demands
world solution. Palestine has
nothing to do with this problem,
nor can its solution be found in
Palestine.
I 4. Economic cooperation be-
tween the Arab states and Britain
will be menaced "if any recog-
nition of an independent political
status is accorded to the Jews in
Palestine."
5. No artificial solution of the
Palestine problem will be ac-
cepted by the Arabs. The only
"national solution" acceptable is
the application of the principle
that the Palestine people deter-
mine their own fate.
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(Continued from Pnge 1)
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and i principal
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emigresJSSB, Federation and
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M( mbeis of the ci mmittee arc
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Mis-
Harriet Fppstein. Elry Stone,
Herbert Seller, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Charles Cohen, represent-
ing JSSB: Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs.
Florence Finkelstein and Mrs.
\- Wil ms, NCJW: Stanley
C. Myers, Max Orovitz and Mor-
:. Klass, Federation.
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Published Every Friday Since 1927
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RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor
"VOLUME 19 NUMBER 38
Miami 18, Florida. Friday. September 20, 1946
ELLUL 24, 5706
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(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
STILL THEY RANT
When the spectre of Nazism fell over Europe, the Jews,
Hitler's first victims, huddled miserably in the shadow and
prayed for the might of America to set them free. Finally the
glorious day of liberation arrived and passed. That was more
than a year ago. Today the European Jews, the displaced
persons, are still not free. They live in dismal detention camps;
they subsist on meagre UNRRA rations; and always they hear
the ominous rumblings of racial hatred. Hitler's legacy to hu-
manity. While the authorities debate their fate around endless
mahogany tables, the hopeful spirit, which Hitler tried in vain to
break, slowly and inexorably dies. For them Europe has be-
come an unbearable cemetery where their loved ones are
buried and where the dogs of bigotry still howl and snap at
their heels. The future offers them no certainty except a long,
cold winter -this time without UNRRA. The war has come and
gone and the remnants of European Jewry which survived the j
holocaust still wait in the shadow of America to set them free. '
Many months ago the United States sent representatives
to the Anglo-American committee to make recommendations
toward the solution of the thorny DP problem. One of the rec-
ommendations called for immediate entry into Palestine by
100,000 desperate Jews. It was hailed far and wide as a great
step toward solution of the vexing problem. Now England has
chosen to ignore and pervert this recommendation. Our Con-
gressmen have delivered fiery perorations demanding that
England implement the recommendation. We have made
Macedonian protests against England's perfidy. But nothing
has been done. And day by day the last feeble hopes of the
survivors of Nazism have eked away, desperation and futility
have come to live with them in their camps.
With all this in view our good friend, Dr. Everett S. Smith,
still thinks the United States "lacks foresight to understand and
agree with the real power of th? Middle East the Arabs." His
severe criticism of the American endorsement of immigration of
100,000 Jews into Palestine came when the pas'or of the First
Christian Church addressed the Rotary luncheon club last
Thursday.
Dr. Smith's arguments to support hie contention offers noth-
ing new in their shallow statements. They parallel the rant-
ings of other biased individuals attempting to create and in-
tensify the Semitic issue. It is not new nor unusual to hear of
Dr. Smith's offcolor utterances in the press, pulpit and radio nor
have him whitewash his opiniens with pleas of being misunder-
stood. It is dismaying for a clergyman occupying a responsible
pulpit and steeped in knowledge of fairness, decency and hu-
man justice to be so erring.
be $300 at the beginning due to
the limited capitalization. This
would be about $100 more than
the present maximum of the
Baron do Hirsch fund.
That the new agency apply to
Federatior as a beneficiary mem-
ber agency for any or all of the
f flowing purposes: cost of ad-
ministration, financing of deficits
( r li sses. increases in capitaliza-
tion.
DIRECTOR
I a| th( executive director of
the JSSB (Chaiks Cohen) serve
in the same capacity for the new
.money in view of its limited
| administrative strccture at the
[outset and the rued for continued
relationship between JSSB and
the n< W agency.
Si parat on of the loan service
from other community projects
was advised as a means of obtain-
ing more community support for
thi program and to eliminate the
interpretation of the different
purposes of the loan fund and
JSSB.
ll was suggested that the name.
Baron de Hirsch lean fund be
maintained for the new agency.
The fund, created ten years ago,
was named for the great Euro-
pean philanthropist.
Operation of the new agency
would be guided by a board of
7 to IS people elected by the
era! membership, with the
: cers to bo chosen by the
I ard. General membership
wi uld 1 e on a three dollar annual
lues basis.
ELECTIONS
Included in the planning was
a suggestion that voting in clec-
tions be limited to members of
a year's standing after the initial
election.
Th plan was approved by the
JSSB hoard Tuesday night fol-
lowing its presentation by Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of
present fund's trustees and
head of JSSB's loan fund com-
mittee.
Max R. Silver presented the
amendment by which the board
approved the creation of the ag-
ency, If approved by the JSSB
general membership Oct. 9, the
new agency will hold a meeting
tl at right. Charter membership
will 1 e open to the community
at that time.
Charles Cohei announced this
week that only paid up members
of the bureau will be eligible to
vote on the loan fund amend-
no:!. Membership is two dollars
pi r year.
PLAIN TALK
FROM ALFRED SEGAL.
he Wi" le< I"
DEAR ALMA
By Alfred Segal
Dear Mr. Segal: Q ""' ,rm him
A Gentile friend of mine has ... u get
been speaking to me about her houeh I guess
intention to become Jewish. She can u"' out in h .
........ "" -, 4i:
blunging to the l
''':
ie vice
think of 1
seems determined. As a friend
of hers I have tried to dissuade
her from her purpose.
"Alma." I tell her. "I don't
mind at all having you as a
Jewish friend but I should
warn you. It's hard to be a Jew
and a Jewish life isn't a very
happy one, considering what
Jews have to take.
"Even in this country there is either
a lot of prejudice against the
Jews and why should you volun-
tarily take up Judiasm? Why
haha Country club. -p.
of ">e Minehah. c
vote No, not
Alma .
::' SIS*?
v^ty.(ACnVanyhti!
Bui
none
" vou. dear Alma, i
stands why ,rt. j
can't you just keep on being a will b, ire f <,...
good Christian?" |l uJJJi
She replies that the rational I Jews who are aware of sm
Jewish religion is more acceptable ;m(l moral possessions!?
to her mind. She has studied all 't(K'1 !)le who Wi
the religions. She just doesn't j 8 back all the way t0.
where the (VmmamW
given!
T1" "are the ul
the Pi pi ts by whid flZr
n luct of their* I
He Had Something To Live For
After I separation of seven years, Scharley Scharf, a boom.uk.r who w
too valuable to be put to death by the Na*is h once more reunited- with
his family in Brooklyn alter his arrival on S. S. "Marine Perch" win
recently brought hundreds of concentration camp survivors from German*
for reunion with their American kin. Scharf is allowing hia ten-year-old
daughter, Hedy, a picture of herself which he kept with him durini his
years' confinement in a Hamburg prison. His wife. S.nta, escaped in tl.i.
country with Hedy in 1939. Mrs. Scharf, aided by United Service for N,
Americans, was retrained as a skilled diamond culler and polisher I SNA
supported by the $100,000,000 United Jewish Appeal campaign for 1946*
Erovides the greatest welfare program ever offered for adjustment of foreitn'
prn in the U.S.A._____________._____________ *
CAPTAIN REFUSES
TO DEPORT JEWS
JERUSALEM fJTA)The cap-
of th< Empire Heywood, one
f the Bi iti h si ips encaged in
transferring visaless Jews from
vessels intercepted off Palestine
to the island of Cyprus, has been
arrested by the military author!-
for refusing to sail his ship
' Jewish deportees to Cyprus.
' revealed here this week.
He will face ., military trial.
Military pi lici tl : week raid-
ed 11 e Zichron Yakov quarter of
Jerusalem and arrested 15 Jews
who wefe imn ediately sent to the
Latrui detention camp where
i arlier 35 Jewish settli rs were
administratively sentenced to un-
limited detc nil. n.
Four more Arabs dad this
''"k a< th Jaffa hospital as a
:" Ull Of the attaeks there by
' ; xtremists last Friday
! ber of Arabs killed in
the incidents I.as now r.
eight.
A clash between Arab shep-
h "i- and Jewish settlers at the
re Adasl im settlement, several
miles south of Nazareth, this
week ,-e uited in mjnor jnjun(,s
" f"'.n A '' and th. serious
wounding of one Jew. The fight
broke out when Jewel, settlers
attempted to eject the trespass
ing shephei
understand why I, a Jewish wom-
an, should try to argue her out
of a step that is approved by her
mind and conscience.
Moreover, since I advise her
to try to keep on being a good Theii | gy m
Christian, she asks: "What nobler js;i^' artyrs: Mostj
thing can a good Christian do|*ave 'I Davit
than voluntarily to share the lot sar"g to God in the valley<
of the Jews?" shadow by the still waterc!
What can you do with a girl whos peeches keep oa 1
like that? I should add that Alma trumP for justice: Mabck!
is a normal girl. If it means any- pr<'" ("Hi*
thing, I should say that she is a
very good tennis player. That,
somehow suggests a person with-
out psychiatric difficulties.
Nor as some may like to sur-
mlse, is Alma a frustrated spin-
ster. She is a most personable
young woman about 26 and but
for her discriminating intelli-
gence would have accepted long
ago one of the many opportun-
ities she has had to be married.
I am writing to ask what ad-
ditional arguments I can give
he r against becoming Jewish.
A. T., Cincinnati.
My Dear A. T.:
Yes, I know the compassionate
way of Jews to keep religious
outsiders as Alma away from the
afflictions that go with being
Jewish. A kindly, generous peo-
ple, we feel we must warn those
who by conversion would go
along with us to share our bur-
dens.
Our rabbis meticulously ad-
monish prospective converts on
the tribulations of the Jews. They
tell people like Alma that as
Gentiles they have only their
pains to carry but as Jews they
will carry two loads: Their per-
sonal problems and the heavier
pri blema of the group as well.
The rabbis stand at the gates
conscientiously to warn away all
such newcomers.
But if Alma came to me I
would make her welcome to
Jewish life, not because her
conversion would increase the
Jewish population by one but
because she looks like a cour-
ageous character.
'Certainly, no courageous char-
acter shou'd be turned away from
Israel in which there are pusil-
lanimous people who at times I gyn,|
are given to wondering why they '
were born Jewish.)
I would say to her. Welcome,
dear Alma, to the discipline of
character and to the feeling of
brotherhood that is for those The umeilmg a ^
who understand what being Jew- to th,
ish is all about.
not all i in Father?")
Yi u are joining a great i
pany, di ai Alma, It's a con
in whir)-. ;, mindful Jen-
with lofty dignity and a
sped. !'-.,! whal if bis
beati n and I loodied' Hesr.
this good company I mastl
my step: I must go where t
old kinsmen of mine leail
not fall behind them en i
way to th< mi untaintop.
This is tii,' blessed
of chai ai ti i that goes wiiht
a Jew who understands vhi
required of a Jew.
I '.} you also i
the social discipline o!
Jew i- A- a Jew you wills
be all lo go your cws i
apart from the Jewish
You will c nstantly be
of brotherly duty, howewl
the bn I re away fromy(|
The brother hungers
ference tint li|
sides in Manchuria, Shanghai|
in Kielct. Poland. He is a t
er, thi have never
him must be fed.!
one of t: human kindwhol
pen.- to bi J>
your nbligation.
Or, lest you for-
will always be pushing jw
into an av eness 11 youM
ers. You car. depend on
You, dear Alma, will say. T
God for that. I am not aW
to forget my brothers m
world. As a Jew I seem to I
privileged person who
a social being by the dis
of circun stai ce. .
That way I should speai]
Alma ai d rejoice that one'
her waS iming among *
(Copyright Seven ArUl
UNVEILING
:: r.u.i
Rose Pepper will "J
Sure, there's a lot of pain in \ 11 a. m. Stll
the
nPark'
being Jewish." You may feel it section of Woodlawn^ ^^
even in a night club in a moment j tery. A;;.''-1.1''',"Vofthc*
when everybody is trying to have of Sidney I '" Frjerals
a good time. Of a sudden some- Monument company-
body may make a cutting remark
about Jews.
Or you may feel it when you
go lo look for a job and they
sk you what your religion i*
and you reply that you are
Jewish. The employment man-
ager seems to grow cold,
though a moment ago when he
you only as Alma you seemed
to be enjoying the favor of his
managerial judgement. Ha say*
lative
Fritm
requested to <
moo1*
f a row
Thf a-iling o a .
to the memory^,
Kobr.n will 'f' HNebo
Dm. Sunday '"." 'lehnM11
try. ItobWjrtBil
officiate. '''"'- ,pa
Gordi n M nl, f,
charge ol ,qU^
and relat *re
attend.


' SSlSS^K:
SEPTEMBERJCU^
LIZES EFFORTS
GREATER I TO PALESTINIANS
trend of events in Palestine placing a heavy re-
'*. n Zionist women of America, a board of direc-
jjjjtf UQf,he Miami Beach group, Greater Miami Hadas-
eling onilpd for noon Monday at the Rendale hotel by
being ca' j an
toSrtW campcdgn to further Hadassah projects in
will be planned.
' ,0 enlist greater support for Jewish claims in
a membership drive will be conducted under the
Id Mrs. Joseph Pomerantz.
^eph Lipton is cha.r-
- the Hadassah medical or-
Uon project whose func-
greatly augmented this
strife in Pales-
ue W the
jn recent months, the
[Influx of helpless refu-
homu
Wjll shortly announce
annual dinner-
funds for this
Y Ties, Then Loses
Championship Game
[for the
I to raise
With the- s the ninth inning of its final game,
the Miami Y Softball team was
defeated by the Miami fire dc-
st be cared for. Mrs. partment tcam Tuesday evening
at Moore Park. The game, which
was the championship bout in
the Miami Annex League No.
one, ended when Seymour Glad-
stone, Y catcher, was injured,
as one of the firemen came into
home plate.
The Firemen were leading 1-0
until the seventh inning when the
Y first baseman, Mitchell Gold-
man, hit a home-run tieing the
score, which remained unchanged
until the last half of the ninth
when the Firemen brought in the
winning lun.
The Y team was champion of
the first half of the league tour-
nament and the Firemen victors
of the second half. The three
game playoff for league winners
began last week with the Fire-
men winning one game and the
Y winning the second, and con-
cluded with the game Tuesday
night.
Team members are Bob Miller,
manager; S. Gladstone, T. Lazar-
us, I. Berger, M. Goldman, L. Le-
vin, J. Levine, M. Spilka, R. Kap-
lan, E. Schemer, H. Kahn, B.
Lamb, and J. Miller played on
the team before being inducted
into the service recently.
[child welfare project, un-
Uairrnanship of Mrs. Leo
Mid the youth ahyah
[headed by Mrs. Milton
till also be highlighted
| the year.
Sam Simonhoff, educa-
hairman. is planning a
of lecture- with study
icussion sessions. She will
^ted by A. P. Cannes, ex-
director of the Bureau
hsh Education.
[Dorothy K. Fink, political
jon chairman, is planning
liviiie- around the cxpla-
|o( the forces responsible
: situation in Palestine.
Service Bureau
i Committee Heads
[ M-hon Sirkin has been
I membership chairman
llewish Social Service bu-
Bd will shortly begin an
jve campaign for new
ps, it was announced this
new chairmen are Her-
Icher. finance committee;
Wolpert, 1 usiness and
merit committee; Mrs.
[Selig, personnel commit-
p. Harriett Eppstein, case
ttee.
IJSSB board meets on the
Tuesday of each month.
(Eyster, executive director
Community Chest of Dade
was guest speake at the
Tuesday.
Pres. May Retire
Julian Mi i gi : .-tern, presi-
Ithc Hebrew Union college
kcinrati since 1921, this
plied the board of gover-
1 accept his retirement
[the presidency effective
1947.
' year-old educator asked
nission to continue his
work and teaching. He
*n a faculty member at
lor 40 years.
[Morgenstern gave as his
or retiring the desire to
fntific work in the Bible
Ptory of Judaism.
wnmittee will report on
Frgenstem's request in
I college's fifth president,
forgenstern ordained 266
. Si!?* in ,he period 0f
Beth Jacob Committee
A committee will be at the
Beth Jacob synagogue from 8
p. m. to midnight Saturday for
the reservation of seats for the
High Holv Day services.
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PAGE FIVE
Miami Y Schedules
Campaign Breakfast
Campaign workers of the Mi-
ami Y will hold a breakfast Sun-
day morning, Sept. 29, to make
final plans for the $200,000 cap-
ital funds drive set for Oct. 15
to Nov. 15, Leo Ackerman, cam-
paign chairman, announced this,
week. Prospect cards will be dis-'
tributed at th< ,st.
Meanwhile, preliminary plans
for the buildings to be construct-
ed by the Y has been submitted
by Henry Hohauser, architect.
Groundbreaking ceremonies
will be held during October. Ac-
tivities an being hel I at the Y
despite the damage ii curred by
' serious fire si vi ral weeks
ago.
Wounded Soldiers To
Stay At Beach Hotel
A number of disabli d service-
men from Pratt General hospital
will be housed at the Park Cen-
tral hotel during the holidays,
Dan Satin, cochairman of a B'nai
B'lith Shi lem lodge committee,
announced this week.
Satin, who with Elry Stone,
is making arrangements for s;
gogu ."' home hospitality for
the servicemen, said that Joe
Fenias has offered accommoda-
tions at the hotel. If the hotel
is unable to take care of the
men, Fenias has ffi red to pay
for housirg the nun elsew
Local families may invite dis-
abled soldiers to their homes for
holiday meals by calling the
B'nai B'rith office, 3-6306.
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PERSONAL NEW
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IN
ROSH HASHONA
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Overlooking Anyone
SEVERE-WINTER
(Continued from Page 1)
their future because of the "ram-
pant anti-Semitism." He assert-
ed that most of the Jews who
Aero repatriated from the USSR
to Poland during the spring, have
already moved out of the coun-
try.
"The Jews of Eastern Europe
are continuously on the move,"
1 said, adding that the continu-
ing migration of at least one-
sixth of Europe's 1,400,000 Jews
is complicating the administra-
tion of relief. Commenting on
this problem, Dr. Schwartz said:
"The JDC is helping to relieve
hardships and suffering for the
people in flight by supplying
I, clothing, medical care to
in transit by establishing
emerge ncy r e c e p t i o n centers
along the routes. It is also deal-
ing with governments on the
question <-f infiltrees, but has no
-ens, "organized" migration any-
re "
l e basic relief for the dis-
placed persons in the camps and
(inter- in Germany and Austria
is the responsibility of the mili-
tary authorities but JDC has been
compelled to undertake a large-
scale program i f spuplementary
feeding, h( revealed. "In the Brit-
zone of Austria," he said,
"displaced people are receiving
a diet consisting of 800 calories
;, day, which JDC is supplement-
ing by 1,500 calories. In the
American zone the United States
Army supplies 1,200 calories and
JDC an additional 1,000 calories.
This program for additional food
fi r displaced persons in the
camps has mown to the point
JDC is shipping in as
STORIES KEEP NEWS
'ALL IN THE FAMILY'
Two stories which appeared
in last week's issue of the Jew-
ish Floridian back to back on
pages nine and ten were "all
in the family."
M. M. Isenberg, whose army
career was described in one
of the stories, reported this
week that the other article,
concerning Goldie Meirson,
head of the political depart-
ment of the Jewish agency,
gave him the first news about
his cousin that he'b had in a
number of years.
Freefield Heads Masada
Charles M. Freefield was elect-
ed president of the Greater Miami
chapter of Masada, Young Zion-
ists of America, at a meeting
held at the Beach Y Tuesday
evening.
Other new officers are Saul
Genet, vice president; Joe Pardo,
recording secretary; Ted Dortch,
corresponding secretary, and Sey-
mour Hinkes, treasurer.
"The main job of the chapter
in this area will be to orient and
educate Jewish young men tow-
ard a more responsible attitude
toward Palestine and the prob-
'ems of the Jewish people," the
new president said.
much as 300 tons monthly.
"Unstinting praise must be
given to the American military
authorities for their understand-
ing efforts in behalf of the dis-
placed Jews," Dr. Schwartz con-
eluded. "The Army has been
most sympathetic to these home-
less people and has given fine
cooperation to the program of the
JDC."
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WORLD JEWRY AWAITS NEW YEAR:
SYNAGOGUES ANNOUNCE SERVICES
(Continued from Page 1)
s
Jewish soldiers stationed at Boca |
Raton air base and other Army
installations in the area have
been invited to attend the High
day and at 8 a.m. on Thursday
and Friday mornings.
Thursday the rabbi will preach Holiday services.
on 'Pighl or FlightThe Chal-j Congregation Beth El of Wesl
lenge of 570,' and Friday his palm Beach will hold its holiday
sermon will be entitled "B fhese Lervices this year in its newly
We Live." Cantor Albert Singer 'j.,,,,,,;,,' and redecorated temple
will chant the services, assisted ,.,,.,.,,,.. Mr, Jacob Glasser,
by the Center choir, under the p,.esjd(.nli has announced that J.
leadership of Joseph Schreibman, r^,.,.^,.;',, ,f Miami Beach will
musical director. Special junior gerye ag (. inI,. Services will be
services will be conducted at the ^j. ,|( ,, (, T(.m|,]( Wednesday
Cent,, at 10:30 a.m. Thursday Lvening ; 8 ,,.,. and Thursday
and Friday. ...and Fridav mornings at a.m.
Beth David Synagogue will Rflbbj Monue] (;,,.(.nsU.ln. wn0
hold Slichos services at 11:30 p.m. ^ ,u_. n.n,h V(,a|. as spiritual
Saturday evening and Rabbi Max ,(,|dl,,. ()f ,,.,. 0 ngregation, will
s piro will deliver a sermon preach at the Wednesday evei
entitled -Preparation." Wednes- services .. .T;,(. Functions of
day evening services will begin th(, Synagogue ln the Spiritual
at T p.m. and Thursday and r n- jfi, flf ,,, jewis] People."
day morning services will begin Thursdav hl. wiv] preach n the
;" J! am' c., o u u I theme "Will There Be a R I
The tht me of the Rosh Hashona
sermons will be "The Strife of
Peace Brings the Challenge of
Fundamental Issues of Right, of
Just : of Freedom." Tra-
-( rvices will be divided
in two sections: first, from 8 to
10:15 a.m., and the second, from
to 1:15 p.m.
REFORM
Opi lion Crossroads" will be
topic ol Rabbi Colman Zwit-
man's first Ids:-. Hashona addicss
of Judaism in Ann
Beach Y Intensifies
Campaign Planning
With the return of n any of
its key campaign leaders rrom
their vacations, the Beach Y i-
starting intensive planning for
its $300,000 capital funds drive
scheduled for November,
Under the chairmanship of
at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at Tern- Samuel A. Rivkind, the Y is
pie Israel. On Thursday at 10 planning a lug event to headline
speak r. "This Jew- campaign activities.
New Year in the New Era."
LIBERAL
Kn nish of Temple
Bi SI i 1 m will preach on "Is
W ::: Living?" at the first
New V ervice Wednesday at
: "Dan Wi Hope for a
Hun inity?" is the title
- ddress to b< delivi n I
10 a.n on Thursday, At the
tinu n Fi iday he will
n "Advertisement in the
Lai Ri -i: icted Clien-
Canl S imuel Kelt n er
will rendei musii al p rtions of
ervice,
SEPHARDIC
T ". five imilies will gal ei
Carl Weinkle is president of
the organization which is now
h used at 1 Lincoln id.
VeMxniaMy, fyieakitic
(Continued from Paae 2) ,,
bassador hotel in Los Angeles. I h0t;j *m si.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and daughter, Barbara, re-
turned recently from a four-
week cross-country motor trip.
Their destination was Los An-
geles and en route they visited
with Dr. Leonard Weiner in
Tuscon, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs.
Mordecai Horowitz, who were
recently married in New York,
are honeymooning at the
Georgian hotel on the Beach.
While here, they are visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Steig-
man and family.
The Misses Carol and Gail
Gropper are planning a warm
welcome for their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Appelbaum,
who are returning from a five-
month visit to New York .
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman
returned last week from a trip
Her.
expected here |
P,anninq to visit'aU,
UP > Ma-achuM* *V
weeM,r,vrRa^
Mr^. Ethel ShochetBM
Scoha, New England *'
Austria Speed
Property RJ
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tna has been established)
publication this week
I
BRIDE OF MR. KAPLAN
DUX Club Elects Zalis
Charles Zalis was unanimously
re-elected president of the DUX
club at a meeting Wednesday
evening at the Miami Y. Othei
elected were Marvin I.eiber, vice
presid" nt; Marvin Zalis. reci ril-
ing secretary: Dave Orlin. corre-
sponding secretary: Jerry Sako-
low, treasurer, and Al Baimiochl.
gi ant-at-arms.
The club will have a smoker
Satui Lay evening at 8 p.m. at the
Miami VM11A Wednesday home of Don Shaktmons,
to ( induct Rosh
i rvices in the tradition-
al Sephardic manner, Ral i
Cohen of New York
will conduct the services in He-
S| Morning New
V ervices are at 8:30 a.m.
services are under the
auspices of the Greater Miami
Siphardic Brotherhood.
OUT-OF-TOWN
Rabbi David Raab <.f Temple
I i-El in Fort Lauderdale
will conduct services beginning
I ,m, Wed:..-day evening and
at 10 a.m. on Thursday morning.
Hi neymooning in the Caro-
linas and Pennsylvania are Mr.
and Mrs. Julius II. Kaplan, who
were married Sept. 8 at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. On
th- ii return they will mcke then
hom< at 1038 Jefferson ave. Mrs.
Kaplan is the former Miss Shirley
Anne Stamen.
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which took them to Baltimore first restitution
and Alantic City Mrs. R. V. The Aliicd Council hasp
Brandt, daughter of Mrs. Louis "' Austrian hill to bet
Hartz, arrived here Wednes- hv refraining from pr*
day from Woodmere, N. Y., to ing the legally establish
visit with her mother and period,
and brother-in-law and sister. The new law accord*.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon ... ficials, th. "first stw i
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams general process of tat
and children, Gibbs and Her- Jewish property whichi
bert, returned last week from v v- N'"'is Through
a vacation ln Scaroon Lake, l'1"!"^ which the K
N. Y. f,"!l ""' Jews will be,
Mrs. Lena Rauchbach, of \ Aners: u'
Newark, N. is visaing her %
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. trat f the state.
and Mrs. Leon Lieberman, governments would be
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SEPTEMBERJO^
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PAGE SEVEN
MIAMI BEACH LODGE
ItfAl B'RITH BRIEFS
By PAUL WEITZMAN
Senator Claude Pepper drew a capacity audi-
Sunday
laming'
j Beach lodge
'to the hearts of his audience by his forthright
.ri/ for the first Public Forum sponsored by
[Flamingo par*
' lodge
ived Ll oW
That Senator Pepper was enthusiastic
old news; that he endeared himself
Attend NCJW Institute
Mrs. Nat Williams and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, president and
nd v,. president of the Mi-
ami section, National Council of
Jewish Wumtn, will attend a
Council institute in Atlanta Oct.
1 and 2. They have been desig-
"/'"''l '" Id repn itives for
the state of Florida by the na-
tional council office.
isuc
linto
issues as our foreign policy and immigration
kan ever
Palestine, was very evident from the ovations he
etinq was conducted by Harold Turk, who intro-
mS vor and councilmen of Miami Beach and heads
"^f on f
tional figure.
In the interim, program plan.'
include members the latter part of Oct-
ober, at which Ed Grusd, editor
of B'nai B'rith Jewish Monthly
is expected to be the guest speak-
er. At the state convention at
Tampa Grusd so captivated the
man,
Beach
audience;
hun. George J. Be"
of the Miami
Welcomed the
Lgomery, publisher. ln-
fcnato. Pepper; Marx
led the audience at the
'uf the meeting in the
national anthem
of our
"God Bless delegates that much demand
a family m Europe will just about
sustain the recipients. Pick over
ets, and what clothes
to the
respective committi es to ip to
Europe tor those who are in due
need of clothes. Coi ti il uti to d
canned goodsnot in glass, but
tins. Nothing pen hable, but
staple, such as fats, vegetables,
soups,
oa| il you can .-pan tl
Througn the ci urtesy of
Charles Tobin, president, and
R i Kronish, Beth Sholom
Uabij Parad<
, .,. ::. nuu delegates mat mucn demand is
Walter C. Kovner is made upon his time to address
>f the lodge. I B'nai B'rith functions and affairs.
proud,We hope to bring him to Miami Newman,"5-45o2 oi 5-1504, chair-
. men for Miami Beach lodge, or
Mrs. Paul Weitzman, 58-2703,
We, at Miami Beach and
Mr. and Mrs. William M.
Cohen announce the birth of
their daughter, Leslie Joan, at
Good Samaritan hospital, West
Palm Beach Friday, Sept. 13.
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein of
Miami .
The Alfred Stones of Miami
Beach are celebrating the ar-
rival of their new son, Benja-
min Joseph, who was born at
Jackson Memorial Sept. 2 .
Allen Hyland, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal,
3330 N. W. 18 tar., was born
Sept. 6 .
Andrea, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Rauzin, 1765 Bay
dr., Normandy Isle, Aug. 27
. Halene Leslie, daughter of
chairman o
Beach I
l ,, |{ played in bringing Beach.
platform this out-
' | utspoken states-
i B nai B'rith.
ublic
and
I the nami

C Kovner, program
i's already working
I pu| |ic Forum, to
ee months
[ bring to the com-
a.-.othcr outstanding na-
CONVALSC|a
for RE IT
jnvalesc
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tealthResort
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TOP SOIL
4-0335
I A PULVERUED
PROCESSED MUCK
I MARL. Any Mixtur*
iKo Shells or Weeds
llTTER BLUE SOD
. and Kill of Any Kind
priscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
fl TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
111 S. W. 21st Terrac*
en-
virons, would look up on a severe
winter as a phenomenonbut if
it came to this semi-tropical cli-
mate, we still would find the
food to warm our bodies internal-
ly, and the clothes to warm our
bodies externally. But there are
other climatic zones where severe
winters are the usual conditions.
and where, unfortunately, the
people do not have the food, nor
the clothes, nor the fuel, and
very often, not even the will,
to keep body and soul together.
Need we remind our brothers
that our brothers and sisters in
Europe, the pitifully small num-
ber that have escaped the holo-
caust, are faced with just that
bitter prospectbitter cold win-
ter, without foid. without cloth-
ing, without fuel, and many
without even shelter.
The Beach lodge has been
sending packages of food and
clothing every week to a num-
ber of families. The B'nai B'rith
Women are embarking on the
same projectAdopt A Family
and are going to work in con-
junction with the men. Neither
group is in a position to finance
in its entirety the cast of feed-
ing and clothing our brethrei
and sisters in Europe, but each
group is ready to do the work
to gather clothing, food, pack-
age it and mail it.
We eat three times a day. and
sending one package a week to
Temple facilities have been of-
fered to ston !<> d and clothing Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Leonard
dfrey Abrams, 1570 Meridian ave.,
Aug. 28 Mitchell Aaron,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Malter, 3447 Sheridan ave.,
was born Aug. 27 at St. Francis
hospital .
Jeanne, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Jack Diamond,
211 Ahmed st., Opa-Locka,
Sept. 1. 1+
Beach Y Offers
Concert Subscriptions
chairman for B'nai B'rith Woi
of Miami Bi A angements
will be man! to puk up what
you have to give. And make it
i p int, while shopping, to buy
a few extra cans, at least once
i week, for this cause. Packages
a ill be sent every week to an
aver growing list of families.
* *
The B'nai B'rith office on the
Beach is now located in Room
203. (JOS Lincoln roadcall there
for B'nai B'rith service
. drove to New
York with his family to attend
a national conference of AUL
directors at the Commodore hotel
. Gil Balkin is holding down
the leal office of ADL .
(;.i: ge J. Bertman is at the Ral-
eigh hotel, until Mrs. Bertman
let urns .
Mrs. David R. I.-. i. is flying down
from Washington with their two
children, to Dave, who is tired
of batching itas who it
tire of it? The list of eligible
bachelors is getting smaller
Han Id Bambi rg is married and
hack from his honeymoon. Martin
Gem I back from his honeymoon,
and Herman Berk flew up to New
York, lie was married on Thurs-
day. Congratulations .
San: Lad man and family just
returned to Miami, and the Abe
Mazors just floated back, too.
Harold Shapiro and Herbert Sha-
piro also have ended the sununei
by their return. And Mr. and Mrs
Benjamin Meyers are leaving
Sunday on I htfed vacation.
their first stop being at Chicago.
LEGAL NOTICES
0
420 UNCOIN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE 5-2978 /
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
l-"iA.- *!'',
NOTICE I--' HEREBY GIVEN that
GAY KORN1CK, holder an assignee
of Cllj of Miami Tax Certificate
Numbered 1278, dated the 1st day "I
Jan.-. A.i>. 1*42, hue filed said Certlfl-
L-iite in mj office, and lias made ai>-
lon i"! tax deed to issue there-
on in accordance with law. Saul Cer-
lillcate embraces the following de-
wrihed in'ip-ity. situated In Dade.
"..11111>. Florida, to-wit:
Lot 6, Mock -'. Harwood Second
Addition t.. Riverside Rums, Flat
Hook I, Page -:: In the City of Miami,
I'ounty of Hade. State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the C< rtlflcate Issued was In
the name of UNKNOWN, Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
inn i" law. las deeil will Issue thereon
ai the 23rd day of October, AD. 1946.
Dated this imIi day <>f Beptember,
AH. 1916.
tCircuil Court Seal)
i: [1 1.i:\tiif.kman.
cierk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
R\ HKTHENIA W, BRYAN,
D. C.
20-27 10/ 1 -11 -1 >-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
m under the fictitious name of
rolilK'S LUNCHEONETTE, at 23.'.
\' i: First Ave.. Miami. Fla., Intends
.. register said name with the Clerk
.f the Circuit Court of bade County,
Florida.
NATE GOEBEL
solo Owner.
-am SILVER,
Attorney for Applicant.
Illl.") dimness ISldg.
. 13-20-2" 1" i-ii
Reservations for the five-event
concert series of the Beach Y
may be made by mail now, Leo
Huberman, culture committee
chairman, announced this week.
Artists who will appear on the
new Community Concert series
will be the Footlight Favorites
Operatta Quartet on Dec. 2; Iva
Kitchell, comic dancer, Dec. 29;
Ray Lev, pianist, Jan. 25; Bidu
Sayao, Brazilian soprano, Feb.
27, and Joseph Fuchs, violinist,
March 29.
The quartet is composed of
John Brownlee, Metropolitan
Opera baritone, Edward Kane,
tenor, Lucille Browning, contral-
to, and Adelaide Abbot, soprano.
No single tickets will be sold
for the series which will bt held
on Miami Beach.
Subscriptions will be offered
first to members of the Y, fol-
lowing which the general public
may purchase tickets.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
uuslness under the fictitious name of
Al.lil-.KT SAL.ES CO. inol inc.), at
j23 E. Plagler street, Miami. Florida,
ntends in register said name with
the cieiu of the Circuit Court of
Dad.- County, Florida.
MURRAY ALBERT.
9/13-20-27 10/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nut......f
i'LASTICS BY WYLLHART, at 3240
N. W. 27th Ave., intend to register
-aid name with the Cleric of the Cir-
uit Court of Dade County, Florida.
OBBIE ROSENTHAL
SIDNEY WASHERMAN
Far triers
1/13-20 27 10/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
-justness under the fictitious name of
1. & R LUNCHEONETTE, at 134 N.
E. 2nd Ave., Miami. Fla., Intend to
egister said name with the Clerk of
he Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RAYMOND RUFF
LILLIAN URES.SLER
HARRY TiIETZ.
Attorney for Applicants.
S/30 9/6-13-20-27
PAID ADVERTISEMENT
We're looking for .1 bedroom apart-
ment on tne Beach Isn't there
at least one apartment that tne
landlord knows is available for im-
mediate occupancy? If there .
one. and he will call Paul Weltt-
min. 5-0026. he will earn our qrati.
tude. in audition to the rent.
j_m__>.o MMA
Wolpert Furniture Co.'s
REMOVAL SALE
NOW!
PRICES CUT 20 to 50%
155 W. Fla3ler Street
'Pioneers Since 1914"
1396 N.W. 36th Street
Awning Prices
May Increase
While we still have a
large supply of material,
a shortage is indicated.
Better order before prices
advance. We store un-
til needed.
PHONE 2-1731
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned are engaged In busi-
..-. under Ihe fictitious name of
IIIi:i-~ FROZEN POOD STORES, at
iis Everglades Concourse, Miami
leach, Dade County, Florida, and at
141-1143 West Flaglcr Street. -Miami.
i.ule County, Florida, and intend to
egister the fictitious name In the
,,f the Clerk of the Circuit
"ourl of hade County. Florida.
BEN LEVIN
SHIRLEY LEVIN
CHARLES BROMER
Sole Owners.
iEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attornev for Applicants.
6-13-20-27 l" I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
justness under the fictitious, name uf
r-.'MCo FABRICS COMPANY OF MI-
AMI, at 19 -N. W. 20th St., Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said name.
With the Ulerk of the Circuit Court ol
>ade County, Florida.
WILLIAM GOLDBERG.
Sole owner.
i/23-30 9/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lie undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SLIMS SERVICE STATION, at l..>
\ W 11th St., Intends to register
-aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Conn of Hade County. Florida.
WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN.
Stole Owner.
- 10 9 6-13-20-27
FOLDING
CHAIRS & TABLES
FOB BENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
husines* under the fictitious name of
BENNETT WHOLESALE CO.. at .36
N E First Ave. Miami. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
.f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
At, OSIIFHOFP
I 13-20-27 10/4-11
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 17132
RE: Estate of HERMAN II. DED-
1-iOFF. deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby gl\en that 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Filial Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of HERMAN H. DEDLOFF,
leccased; and that on the 3ulh da) Of
September, 1946, Will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Wanton, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said filral report and fur
final discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of Herman H. Dcdloff. Ue-
Thlg 19th day of August. 11*46.
CEDLIDA M. DEDLOFF
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Administratrix.
3/23-30 B/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fietitous name of
A-Z SUPER SECRETARIAL SER-
VICE, at 223 E. Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
FRANCES ZWIIJACK
OLGA A HERMAN
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Applicants
./23-30 9/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious amne of
MODERN HOUSEKEEPING SHOP,
.it KIT S. W. 1Mb Ave. Miami. Fla..
intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
KENNETH S. CARPENTER,
Bole Owner.
SEYMOUR J SIMON.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/13-20-27 10/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
suant to the "Fictitious Name Stat-
ute" that the undersigned, doing
business under the fictitious name of
MOLLY and MAC KOSHER DELI-
CATESSEN & RESTAURANT, locat-
,.,! ,, 1425 Washington Avenue. Miami
p.eich Hade County. Florida, instead
,,, register said fictitious name In the
Sflce of the Clerk of the Circuit
Cour, ,lf Dade ^imtv^ Florida.
formerly known as
MOLLY WAGNER
MAC MERMELL
\ VTHANIEL J. KLEIN.
Attorney for Applicants.
6or> Lincoln Road.
Miami Ttearh. Fla.
[9/13-20-27 10/4-11
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
;he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI AMUSEMENTS, at 2106 N. I-..
Second An.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to
register sard name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
BERNARD H. FRANK
WILLIAM A. CORNELIUS
MAE 1.U TWA CK
SAMUEL RUBIN.
Attorney for Applicants.
9/20-27 10/4-11-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious name of
ANITA LEE GIFT KHOPI'E. at 17.".7
S. W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
''HARRY R. SHERMAN
BESSIE SHERMAN
9/20-27 10/4-11-18 -i
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FRIDAY,
^TEMBjj,
- FACE FACTS -
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director, Anti-
Defamation League
May we take this opportunity
as we enter upon the New Year,
5707, to extend our very best
wishes to our readers and their
dear ones for a year of health,
happiness and fulfillment of the
burning desires of our peep'1'
for peace and security.
The following Rosh Hashona
message from Richard E. Gut-
stadt, national director of t! I
Anti-Defamation league of B"nui
B'rith is most timely and vital.
"Dcspitt the shrill cries of
propagandists of many hues,
stirred up by men of ill-will who
have Seamed nothing from tin-
disastrous war through which
we have just passed, we paus
to greet with new hope, th
Jewish New Year, 5707.
"On behalf of the Anti !
mat ion league of B'nai B'rith. 1
welcome the opportunity to con-
vey our sincere wishes for a
year rich in the pn tnise and
the fulfillment of a more abund
ant life, of international und< i
standing and peace for nun ol
all faiths and races.
"It is true that we are plagued
by noisy apostles of reaction,
even barbarism, who seem bent
on cancelling out all social :
ress and substituting for that, a
return to 'the good old day.-.'
with their greed, intolerance and
hyprocrisy.
"Yet it is most i nheartening
to note from every direction tl
evidences of increasing coopera-
tion of prominent individuals,
socially-minded employers, trade
unions, church groups, war vet-
erans ai d y. uth oi ganizat
which read into anti-Semitism a
darker augury for all groups it
the plague of hatred be permitted
to i"ll on unchecked. The deter-
mination to secure a better world
appears to be reckoning n
intelligently with the T
which operate to prevent the
realization of such a better world.
"We know from our experience
with thi i' istian friends ol the
Anti Di tion league, that
n ore than 8,000 sinc re i lergy-
men of all denominations
thi ir aid in the war
against intolerance. We recognizi
from the n actii n to our ] .
i rvices, carto ns, speakers and
radio programs, that a gratifying-
ly lai ment of the An i
identifies anti-Semi-
tism foi what it is; the soul-sick- ]
ness and political expedient '
which has wrecked nations,
touched off war.-, arrayed class -
against class and group against !
group, in rder to keep dissenting i
populations divided and con-
fused.
"The exigencies of a global]
war and ,.ll that it has exacted
are behind us. As we look < nfi
dently forward to a decade
education and enlightment in tl
United States, during which ad-
ditional millions of people will
learn to sense the injustice and
the infamy which sulks behind
social discrimination, 'Christian
only' employment policies, and
the proscriptions against Jews
and other minorities which smack
more of Berlin in 1935, than or
America, 1946.
"The time calls for forthright-
ness and courage. The election
of a demagogue to high state
office, the angry agitation which
marks an attempted revival of
the Ku Klux Klan, the deface-
ment of synagogues and Jewish
meeting places, all are painful
but do not represent a triumph
of the forces of evil over decency
and unanimity. Indeed, these
bold manifestations of native in-
tolerance have goaded into action
hitherto complacent groups now
more fully aware of the menace
to their cherished American in-
stitutions.
"Your Anti-Defamation league
is proud of its position in the
vanguard of agencies struggling
Replace Sign Torn Down by V

to bring more freedom, largei i p-
portunitties and increased under-
standing to our beloved nation.
Our educational program has
been deliberately colored and
slyly attacked by demagogues
seeking to driv a wedge between
lews and theii non-Jewish neigh-
bors, but more than thirty 5
of service to the United States
and the cause of understanding
have < xp sed the I i
their cl b i and the vile intenl
behind them.
.V i> pro-dcmo( ratic, edu-
cational arm of the largest and
Idest Jewish service Order in
ihe wo: Id. the Anti-Di
league profits from the support
250,000 B'i ai B'rit
, nen in its tight
n-t native Ann rican fascists,
trengl and comfort
that \
I: er, indeed on
n the United
Sta*i in our unci eman
tion oi every
owi d as un-Amcr-
ican and ary.
"Tin
distin i ol the
Anti-Di fa lioi lei te ol B'nai
B'rith, li\i d long i to see
is pi oji, t flowt r inti a eat
irganization with a many faceted
irogram foi human betterment
ind gi i ati i ui ling among
1 Mr, Livingston
i | nal i ewai d only
,i few short months ago, we who
lin in thi l< i gue which he
reated, are to reflect was spread that the Jews pillagfiH
his s cial vis n and is ; i d desecrated a local church
ON THIS SITE WILL BE ERECTED
A JEWISH CENTER AND
* A HOUSE of WORSHIP
FOR INFORMATH
MR. I. BAR]
3NTAC1*'.
SPONSORED BY
THE HoBFREWi,,;GREGAT|0N
St*:
L*\
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A COMMUNITY ceremony of rededication it held at proposed synagogue site in Someri N Y
vandals recently destroyed sign. Christian ministers of neighboring communities joined in tb m
arranged by the Council Against Intolerance. Left to right, securing the new sign, are- Jamei Ww
Wise. Director of the Council*; Rev. L. H. Ball of the Methodist Church, Lake Mahopac; Rev L H C
berhn. Federated Church of Croton Falls, and Isador Barkas, president of the Congregation.
foi a
truly
nation in which
ive and work
,,'1 n I :
equals."
Delegation Protests
Rumanian Propaganda
BUCHAREST (JTA) -A Jew-
ish delegation this wei k i alii d
lei of Intel ioi
..nd ,,-ki d for sti ict measures to
growing anti-Jewish
propagand i ii the country which
s causing anxiety to the Jews
d Rumania.
Tl tion reported that a
er of reci I I i
.dent.- po'nl i the fact thi i re-
' are stimulat-
tivities in va-
rious parts of the country. In
'"' <"'v:- it ri ted, a rumor
fluence of anti-Semitic propa- launched to establish tkc]
gandists, refused to accept the of tiie anti-Semitic ring oil
aid of Jews who volunteered to gandists operating in th i
put out a forest fire. towns. The minister asm
In presenting these facts to the delegation that he will t
traders there offered their wares minister, the Jewish delegation necessarv steps to suppratl
on the market place at prices (urged that an investigation be I anti-Jewisl activities.
cheaper than their non-Jewish
c mpetitors. In Tarcul Ocna the
which was -oiled by unknown
ils. In the town of Tulcea,
clashes broke out when Jewish
ical population, under the in-
SALE OF SEATS
FOR
ZEDEK
OF
Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation
1545 S. W. Third St.
SUNDAY MORNING. 10
A.M. TO NOON. EVE-
NINGS THEREAFTER
FROM 9 P.M. TO 11 P.M.
Phone 9-3143
Dr. HERBERT S. LEVIN
DENTIST
"KFIi-E*HOURS:
9:00 to 5:00
And By Appointment
Suite 612-614
DuPont Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS!
Paramount Poultry Co.
237 N. W. Fifth Street
Specializing In
LIVE POULTRY
KOSHER KILLED WHILE YOU WAIT
SHOCHED AVAILABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY UNTIL N00H
Also a Full Line of Fruits and Vegetables
HOME
"Good to the Last Fizz"
824 Jefferson Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
BETH DAVID
Congregation
"Miami's Pioneer
Congregation"
HIGH HOLIDOV
SERUKES
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
RAPHAELS STRICTLY KOSHER HOTE
AND DINING ROOM
WISH TO THANK ALL OF THEIR PATRONS AND
FRIENDS FOR THEIR GENEROUS RESPONSE
The Management's Sincere
Wishes lor A
PROSPEROUS and HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Are Cordially Extended To J
146 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Members who have reser-
vations are urged to pick
up tickets immediately to
avoid last minute confu-
sion.
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PHONE 9-3469
CONGREGATION BETH TFII1
OF MIAMI BEACH
Will Hold Services
Saturday. September 20th
at the
New Modern Air-Conditioned Building
935 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
Slichos Services, Sunday 1:00 AM-
RABBI JOSEPH E.
RACKOVSKY
Prominent Babbi and
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Although a good portion ol i
servicemen stationed in South
Florida will be able to go home
on furlough for the High Hi ly
Days, the boys they leave behir/1
will be well taken care i 1.
Sam Schuster, Jewish Welfare
board representative for Florida,
is arranging home and synagogue
hospitality for servicemen and
women stationed from Key West
to West Palm Beach.
In the Miami area, Si
has arranged for space at the
synagogues for service personnel
through the cooperation of the
Rabbinical association.
Mrs.Milton Sirkin is in charge
of arranging home hospital '
soldiers and sailors.who will be
in the area for the holiday..
Rooms are also being reserved in
Beach hotels.
Families wishing to invite
servicemen to their homes may
call Schuster at 9-1323 on or be-
fore Tuesday.
Schuster also reported this
week that JWB arrange: bi
parties for servicemen, mostly
those irom Pratt Genera]
pita! and Boca Raton. Mrs I I
Rothlein. who Is active in the
project, has extended the cour-
tesy of the Taft hotel to many
out-of-town servicemen who visit
here, Schuster said.
Columnist To Describe
Atom Bomb Experiment
' '' account of the atom
al Bikini Atoll
Wl11 be related by Jack Kofoed,
Miami Herald columni t, at a
meeting ol th. Emanon club at WHAT'S THE HURRY?
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II also discuss the
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There are a number of deceived liberals on the executive
and national committees of the American Association for a
Democratic Germany The statement of policy of the associ-
ation is an appeal for Germany to be permitted to join the United
Nations organization The German criminals responsible for
the extermination of six million Jews are still alive Countries
raped by Germany are still outside of the United Nations .
So what's the hurry, gentlemen? Germany must prove
considered a member of
JJ herself before she can aspfre to' be 'consi
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HATS OFF
Rev. L. H. Ball of the Meth-
odist cl ur< Lake Mahopac, and .International
R L. H. Chamberlin of the France
crisis, Jewish Palestine managed
to be represented at the recent
Fair at Lyons'
: Church of Croton Fulls
" great credit They
contacted the Jewish community
of Sommers, N. Y. and pledged
their cooperation in the building
m the synagogue Anti-Semitic
x ., r of th women ad warned thc J('wlsh
faculty mi n bi ol the Univer-
'! Mia i : is bi ing plj i
ptei '.
n P oroi ity for th, tall.
.:
J, England are ii if tl e
arran)
Mrs, Leonard II. J.. obson was
unity that they would not
allow "the election of a Jewish
house ol Worship" The only
Ji h personality who cooper-
ated in this case was James
Watt rman Wise. director of the
Council Against Intolerance .
II quick action reassuring the
community that
; '"' Jewish-Christian liberal leaders
nae group to assist the
Alpha Eta chapti i ol the Uni-
versity "i Mi
BLOOM APPOINTED
would back them, was an im-
I factor in driving the
prejudice-mongers under cover.
GOOD LUCK, BARNEY
B who gave himself
up as a drug addict, will head a
Maj. Wallace BI om, 4201 Roy- ''"-' >'"u,n movement after his
al Palm ave., 1 appoint. Barney, the great box-
a waaranl officer, junior grade,
i in the- regulai His is the
first appointment i this kind to
be made since before th(
Bloom has been with the Army
I since 1939, and with the aii I
sinn- November, 1940. Hi
42 months of overseas si
and is now assistant personnel
.officer at Mitchel Field, N. V.
Brothers Open Offices
Herbert S. and B bert S. L
have r tui ned to Miai
more than three years of service
and are m w practicing denti i
at 612 duPont building.
ing champion wants to devote his
to social work That is
why he is making a public ex-
ample of himself in his fight
dope habit ... As you
. ow Barney is a casualty of the
war He started to use drugs
against the malaria he had con-
tracted in the Pacific .
THINGS WE DIDN'T KNOW
ABOUT PALESTINE
A ency is spending
$10,000 a day merely tofeed and
medical attention for
i refugees detained at Haifa
clearance camp Yes, it's true
that former Prime Minister Win-
ston Churchill is more responsi-
ble than any other individual for
' : the Palestine Jewry
be presented with a
Robert, tl e older brother, lives
at 3128 S. W. 21 st., with his wife and
and son. Herbert, who is also special inscription in the Golden
married i a young daugh- ^""k "'' lh*-J Jewish National
ter, lives at 1869 S. W. 12 St.
When Your Tablets
Get Down to 4
That's the Time A
To Buy Some
Fund by men of the Jewish Bri-
gade .... Ben Hecht's "A Flag
is Born." the grand spectacle
spoils, red by the American
League for A Free Palestine
.-nubs the Chinese Ben just
I that they are members of
] the UN organization .
The Lenin Library in Moscow
subscribes to the Mishmar, daily
Hebrew paper published by the
Has homar Hatzair in Palestine
'. Prefabricated wooden houses,
g three rooms each and
all conveniences, are being pur-
ed bj the Jewish Agency
. from Sweden to combat the hous-
ing shortage in Palestine ... In '
the midst of the present acute
INSIDE STORY
Dr. Nahum Goldmann will not
return to the United States .
He will carry on his political-
diplomatic work for Zionism in
Europe Dr. Silver, head of
the American Zionist, is very out-
spoken in his condemnation of
Dr. Goldmann's recent "interfer-
ence" in American Zionist affairs
. Dr. Silver contends that Dr.
Goldmann, advised by misled
Zionist conferees in this country,
kept them in the lark about his
plans and actually "lied to them"
... If Dr. Weizmann should back
Goldmann, Rabbi Silver said he
would publicly attack Weiz-
mann's appeasement policy which
jeopardized White House support
for a Jewish State in Palestine.
UN Week Postponed;
Sholem Men Aid Project
The observance of United Na-
tions' week is being postponed
until October by the national ag-
encies sponsoring the celebration
of the first anniversary of the
United Nations charter. B'nai
B'rith Sholem lodge is one of
the 90 national agencies partici-
pating in the observance and its
committee on public affairs is
representing the lodge in pre-
paring the programs.
The lodge has formed a speak-
ers bureau to become a part of
the community-wide United Na-
tions speaker's bureau, which
will appear before other civic or-
ganizations to speak on the sig-
nificance of the charter.
The United Nations theme will
highlight the activities of the
lodge for that week, and Station
WIOD has made a 15 minute
broadcast period available to the
lodge. A speaker from the United
Nations bureau will address the
lodge's weekly Friday luncheon
that week.
The committee on public af-
fairs will circulate its special bul-
letin based on an address by
Harold E. Stasscn, to all members
of the lodge.
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Bar Mitzva Regulation
Announced By Bureau
NEW STATE OFFICERS OF B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
A resolution of several years'
standing concerning bar mitzvas
was announced this week by
Abraham P. Gannes, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Rabbis of Greater Miami have
resolved that no bar mitzva cere-
monies shall be allowed on the
Sabbath in the synagogue unless
the boy has had two years of
Hebrew school training.
Originally passed by the Rab-
binical association, the measure
was later adopted by the BJE.
Beth Jacob Vaad
Supervises Food Center
The Community Food Center,
newest shop in the 41st st. sec-
tion, announces the sale of kosher
:: eats, poultry and delicatessen
under the supervision of the Beth
Jacob Vaad Hakashrus, directed
by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
"A complete line of groceries,
fruits, vegetables, frozen foods
and fish is. also available.
Free deliveries are made twice
i day by the Center which is lo-
cate I at 453 41st st.. Miami
Beach.
Temple Israel Members
To Attend Reception
A New Year reception for
embers of Temple Israel will
be Held from 3 to C< p. m. Thurs-
day in Kaplan hall and th, gar-
di ns of the Temple,
The affair will be under the
irship of Judge Harold
t, president of the congre-
" and Mrs. Spaet.
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after elections which were held in Tampa over Labor day
weekend. They are (left to right, front row). Mrs. William
Black, Lakeland, second ice president; Mrs. Barney H. Cohen,
Orlando, first vice president; Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, Daytona
Beach, president; Mrs. Irving Hoffman. Hollywood,!
and Mrs. Sam Goldman, Miami, past president note
selor. In the back row (left to right), are Mrs. Frank V. 1
West Palm Beach, secretary, and Mrs. Ti'lie Rosenlhd,
Beach, parliamentarian.
Service League Meets Legion Juniors Meet
CHAPTER TO DISCUSS
LIVINGSTON'S BOOK
II session of the El
pter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will be an open meeting
lay evei ng at the Bi V
Miss Rl r will 1*
Tl el [the Mi-
ami S< rvice leagui I the si ason
was held Monday night
if Mrs, M Kovi < >vi : 35
women atl
Captain Emn ett C Townsi nd,
crvici fficer of the
Pratt Gei eral hospital, wa I
Surprise Party Honors
Miss Bernyce Badanes
' Fall. Sh j|
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Juni : Miami Beach Amer-
n auxiliary 85 will
meet t 7 p. m. Tuesday at the
mc, 1828 Alt.>n rd.
Daughti and isters of Legion-
e i ligible for member-
I"' i group is making
I Tiny will be sent to the Vetcr-
ii speaker. Otl er special
an hospital for the patients to
guests were Leon Kaplan^presi- ,, ....
send home to their children.
dent i l the Miami V. Maurice
discussio, ; Sigmund Living- iGrossman, ex, itivi dirccto N'v; are Irene Ehrlich,
I president; Estelle Frances Singer,
k. "Musi Men H '
W i ". peakers from otl er
I ters will d
and purp ses of B'nai B'rith.
and Eleanor M. Weiss, sergeant-
MISS LIGHTMAN ILL
M D thy 1 tman is re-
coverin '' actuii '1 thigh
itivi s ii Lynn,
M Shi was in Jackson Mcmn-
: Ital during May and
I went to Baker M
: ital in Boston for fur-
nt_
i turn to Miami after
tl High Holy day; to n
at thi National Chil-
me.
' i V. and Dai R onl I, activi-
ties ,,,,. f the Y secretary; Ann Jannette Singer.
The voted to changi Barbara Fleisher
: bii i : ty at
I tt Gem ispital from II i stant-
first Wi h us lay to I M
day of very n onth.
Mi Li on Kaplan presided at
H meeting ii th. absence of
';' Re Chi rtkof, president.
Tl e m xt meeting of the Ii igut
:- si for Mon lay evei
Si 30, Mi n V.
A surprise birthday party was
given in honor of the 21st birth-
day of Mi.-s Bernyce Badanes by
her sisters, Miss Florence Ba-
danes, Mrs. Sam Badanes and
Mrs. Edna Atkins, Friday eve- I
ning at the Badanes home, 126
S. W. Ninth ave.
Abouth 30 of Miss Badanes'
friends attended the party. Presi- '
dent of the DEBBS chapter of
B'l ai B'rith Young Women, she
will attend the University of ;
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Nat Gans, chairman of thi Y
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An extensive program has been
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a new member to fill the troop's
patrols.
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PAGE ELEVEN
- i inmi Distribution CommIllee-pporll home for ine
^Vmalriurch think, back to the day. before Hitler rame.
EffLfi"wn.fort.Ur the J.D.C.horne, where Rood food.
V L/nlm-nnt Mirroundlna* are helping her pa., the day. in
k nr ana i' __ J.D.C. receive* it* fund* from contribution, in
I fttodtt ti00,000,000 campaign of the United Jewi.h Appeal.
Harry Josephson Sought
Information concerning the
whereabouts of Harry Leo J08-
lephson is being sought by the
National Desertion Bureau. New
York.
Josephson has neglected to
d funds for the support of his
two minor children, Bert,ant and
Joseph since June, l!>4.ri. The
children, living with their moth-
er in New York, are in great
need.
I Miami was Josephson's last
| known residence. Tl irty-four
years old, he is 5 ft. 114 in. tall,
weighs 145 pounds, has dark
brown hair and Drown eyes, He
wears a inustachi. ttooes
on both arms and has worked a
I a machinist.
Persons having information
about him should i intact the
au, U7 W. 47tn st., New York
. city.
Aufrufen Ceremonies
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. ReprMontattv*
. Kumarich, local liquor
IhasUken over the busi-
]the late Mr. and Mrs. M.
blin.
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and I. uis Lcibovit,
JMr. and Mrs. Harry Lei-
fand Elli' M Argintar, son
End Mrs. Cj Argintar, will
1 the Onivei Ij of Florida
Elaine Gruner will at-
C Universit> of Wisconsin,
Jer sister, Millicent, will
fat Bucknell university. A
at the University of
I is Hiss Yetta Greenberg,
er of Mr. and Mrs. Max
lerg. David Aaron plans to
Cornell. J Schrebnick
pa his si nioi year at the
bit? of M
I as Mrs, Frank Mirkin
returned : their former
lin Steubenville, Ohio, for
1 weeks. They were called
by the illness of a sister.

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(tturned from a business
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Tom Smith, local baker, will
resume business in this area.

Ben Ryder has again entered
the tailoring business. He operat-
ed a shop on Clematis street for
many years.

The Rev. and Mrs. J. Kaufman
of New York are expected to re-
turn soon.

Mrs. Joseph Israel was admit-
ted to Good Samaritan hospital
after* suffering a heart attack.

Mr. and Mrs. Cymon Schupler
have returned from their honey-
moon and are now living with
his parents.

A post of the Jewish War Vet-
erans has been formed in Palm
Beach under the supervision of
Frank V. Bayer and Sidney and
Ben Pepper.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Simon
of Roxbury, Mass., are expected
for their annual winter visit
soon.

Stanley Gruner was one of the
pair who won the West Palm
Beach tennis tournament doubles
Sunday.

Sidney Dubbin has returned to
his studies at the University of
Florida Law school at Gaines-
ville.

George Greenbcry has returned
from a brief northern vacation.

Mrs. Maurice Crystal was a
recent patient at Good Samaritan
hospital. _______
Aufrufen ceremonies for Her-
man Berk wore held at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Saturday.
Mr. Berk and Miss Miriam Mins-
berg of Poughkeepsie, N. Y
were man ied yesti rday in New
York city. He is vice president
of the Center.
OImIII.'IIM'S
RICHARD HAYMAN, 37, of
1335 Drexel ave., Miami Bi
died Friday in a local hospital. A
real estate broki r, he can i I
Miami eight years ago from New
; York city. He is survived by his
wife, Helen, of Miami Beach, and
a brother, Saul, of New York
city. Funeral services were held
at the Beach Memorial chapel,
with burial in Mt. Nebo cemi'
JACOB GOLDSTEIN. 76, ol
1772 Marseille dr., Normandy Isle,
Miami Beach, died last Wedni -
day night. He was a retired mer-
chant ano came from Pittsburgh.
Surviving are two sons. Main:,.
E. Goldman, Miami, and Hal Ray-
mond, Normandy Isle. Services
1 were held in Riversidi Men
chapel, followed by burial in Mt.
Nebo cemetery.
EDWARD BUTT. 58, 316 Jef-
ferson ave., Miami Beach, died
last Wednesday in a hospital. 11.
' came from New York city three
y, ars ago. and was a taxi driver.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
! Gussie Butt. Miami Beach, and a
daughter, Florence, in Washing-
ton. The body was sent to Ni
York city by Riverside Memorial
chapel. ________
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Community Chest campaign for
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This division is one of the first
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complete when the formal cam-
paign begins Nov. 12.
Myers is the national president
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Little Sonia Dubbin, five ye;r-
old daughter of the Daniel Dub-
bina ol Miami Bi ach, is a "model"
A studenl at the Doranne
School of Charm, she is taking
li -.-' ns in ti e, tap and ballet
dancing and plans to study mod-
elling.
Langner Team Defeats Y
Pitching by Stanley Wcinkle
gave the Langner construction
the championship of the
Miami Beach Softball league last
week. The Langner team defeat-
ed the Beach YMHA team 8 to 0
and then 16 to 2.
Members of the winning team
are Bob Rothlein, Stanley Wein-
Milton Weinkle, LeRoy
Levy, Lou Phillips, Lou Mar-
Mi: nay Cooper, Kenneth
Lippman, Fleshy Salmon, Joe
Langner, Melvin Rothlein, Ed
Evans, Fred Koran, Bob Singer,
Bill Phillip-. Steve Leilgert, Mar-
tin Volner, nd .lorry Regar.
Feldman To Speak
About Trip To Brazil
Philip Feldman, photographer,
will discuss his tour of Brazil
for the Greater Miami Intercul-
tural society at 8 p. m. Sunday
at 124 11th st., Miami Beach, an-
nounces Frank W. Vedder. Feld-
man will illustrate his talk with
pictures he made during the trip.
Others on the program, which
will be open to the public, will
be Ralph Bellamy, who will give
a reading from the Rubaiyat of
Omar Khayyam, and Harrison
Bard, who will give a humorous
selection, "The Ruby Yap of
Homer K. Yam."
AVC SCORES KLAN
T e American Veterans com-
mittee, Miami Beach chapter,
ed a resolution on Sept. 11,
opposing the Ku Klux Klan and
its activities.
j The resolution states, "that
members of the American Vet-
committee will not tolerate
apathy and indifference on the
part of public officials when the
welfare, pn perty and lives of
innocent victims of the Ku Klux
Klan are in peril: but that we
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,.f the Ku Klux Klan which dis-
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JEWISH EDUCATION GIVES CHILD
PRIDE IN THE PEOPLE OE ISRAEL
("A Parent Looks at Jewish Education." written by Mrs. E.
Karger. is the first in a series of articles to be printed by The
Jewish Floridian. in cooperation with !he Buieau of Jewish
Education, in observance of Jewish Education Month.)
Inasmuch as a groat part of our
people has perished in Europe,
the responsibility falls on the
shoulders of our American Jewry
to carry on the heritage of Juda-
ism.
It is incumbent upon every
clear thinking Jewish parent to
pee that his children attend our
Jewl&k schools, and continue
their JeWi.--h education. The rea-
sons arc many:
Our children cannot live by
bread alone. We bring them in-
to this vast world and we do
all in our power to MM) that
they are physically and men-
tally fit. As they grow, how-
ever, and experience life situa-
tions, questions arise out of
nowhere and all at once our
youngsters demand of us. "Who
are we? What is our religion,
our culture?" What is a Jew?
What is this link to the Jewish
people. It is time for the par-
ents to take notice. Farsight-
ed parents will realize this be-
fore questions are asked. Our
children need the strength of
our people.
The Jewish school makes pro-
vision for it. Our youngsters are
taken in and taught ti.e 'Trail,
and the fundamental principles
of Judaism. The tenets ol
religion ai, inscribed upon theii
hearts and minds.
What a thrill ti.e your U I
receives during th< course
Jewish learning, when he is made
aware of the fact li at lu is ;'
descendant of a people
Uti< :i and racial
hatred, and with the help i t
Providenci emi rged undaunt d!
u nil to learn thai J<
have made w ndei t.il contribu-
o the cultun world.
What lion to see ti.e r< -
viva! pic and t
the ancienl
V. i -urn tli, '
t i f li nt.'
i
C n ;.' \ parent deny Ins chil-
dren th( i-nefil : '
; nk God foi Jewish
education I value
of Jewish learning to us,
lmkr.g out pasl u'lth
futun. J> I ication is
given in a n odei n and up-to-
date veisii n. Our t< chi bring
current event- into ii., classro m
and presi ntday pi oblen
eussi d.
Without Jewish education
our children would grow up
in ignorance of their culture
and uncertain of themselves
and their future.
I. a a pai'lit. therefore urge
all oilu r p ei ious-
|y about I ity with respei t
to their ffspring.
Local Rabbis To Speak
On Holiday Broadcasts
The (heater Miami Rabbinical
association will sponsor a series
,,f High Holiday radio programs
ic\t wei k.
Rabbi living Lchrman of the
Mi..mi Beach Jewish Community
Center, will speak Sept. 24, 6:30
p, ,.. over WKAT: Rabbi Moses
heloff of Beth Jacob congre-
gation, Sept. 24, at 8 p. m. over
station WGBS; Rabbi Murray
Grauer of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, Sept. 25, at
,'::t(i a. m. over WQAM.
Rabbi Colman Zwitman, of
Ti pi- ferael, Sept. 25 at 1:30
,,. ,,,. over WIOD. Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David Congre-
gation. Oct. 3, at 6:45 p. in., over
WIOD. Rabbi I.'on Kronish of
tl Ti mple Beth Sholom on Oct.
4, at 11:30 a. in. over WKAT.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman is
chairman of the project.
!2TEMBER:
"Between You amHiv
By BORIS SMOLAR U *
SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Ag,
LONDON PARLEY:
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If you belong to the optimists in the Zionist
may bet that Jewish groups in Britain which *
with the Jewish Agency will definitely ioin V'6 m <
Palestine before it concludes And this C
case with the Jewish Agency ... ma^ evn|J
TAX EXPERT TO TALK
ON REAL ESTATE SALES
HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC.
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Wedding Invitations
and
Announcements
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Distinctive Monogrammed Stationery
Informals Visiting Cards
Birth Announcements
FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL WORK
How tlie sale of real estate is
affected by income taxes will be
outlined by Philip E. Paine, au-
thor and lecturer, at the B'nai
B'rith Sholem lodge luncheon in
Downtown Club restaurant
at 12:15 p. m. today.
Paine is the author of '"Income
1 Simplified" and "Avoiding
High Income and Estate Taxes."
Because of Rosh Hashona, no
| luncheon will be held Friday,
| Sept. 28. Bll Ballot, co-chairman,
nounced.
Subsequent speakers will in-
clude Jack Kofocd, newspaper-
columnist, who will be the guest
Oct. 4; Circuit Judge Ross Wil-
liams, and Fred K. Shochet,
editor of the Jewish Floridian
The Jewish Agency has gone a lonq Wav ,
its original request that partition oe the hnLT-, ,
the conference ... All the Agency wan*
can
Red Cross Establishes
Hurricane Committees
Preparing for hurricane dis-
aster, the American Red cross is
setting up committees to cover
all fields of emergency work.
Heading divisions are Francis
('. LaVigne, chairman of the
survey committee; I. M. Weistein.
clothing committee, and Morris
Klass, general vice chairman,
who is in charge of registration
and information.
Wise Motorist-, Will Tell You
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WHILE YOU WAIT!
We'll do our best to take care
of your car's ailments while
you wait. Don't hesitate to
stop in at any time of the day.
DIXIE experts will examine
and prescribe t h e proper
0 remedy.
BATTERY ROAD SERVICE WHEEL ALIGNMENT
BRAKE REPAIRMOTOR TUNE UPCARBURETOR
AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRSTIRE RECAPPING
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British should consider the partition plan diZ\T'M
Shertok but also David Ber- uunn9 the ctmkJ
nt'' said that the w
"-show the B
missioner how easily?'
can be invaded iJSfcl
though ,t is heav,ly3
cutofl 'he electridtrfiji
same time had the
'"d Assom,
call foi electrician *
the two Irgun members im
and. 1>-'.-inting themselftj
ned elecWctauTr
ered n< difficulty whats
'''"cd to the Hit.
missioner's office.
QUIZ CORNER:
Can anybody explain tkl
!.KU displacedpenJ
hern admitted monthlv %
country during the la
months at a time whet, i
President Truman's din]
3,900 should have been *
Can the displacedi
Europe really afford to last]
precii us U. s. visas a;
which become void not i
. Should not the Jewishi
Zations involved in in:
work make some kind of i
planiition of this phecoa
... Is not an explanatia|
from the immigration divii
the State department?...
And can anyone expliaJ
American Jewish groups |
terested in Jewish emigi
and in protecting JeViih rif
do nothing to protMt
Canada':, official policy of|
issuing visas io Jews as 1
except to those born ii|
British Empire? .
Or perhaps the interested]
ish organizations are not i
of existence of adn
regulations of the immi"
branch of the Canadian |
ment which classify all J
eept tho ( born in Britain*
"third category"the catepj
"least d( -uable" immigM
Included in this categoryuej
zens of Greece, Bulgarnl
Syria and Turkey, but
Poland, Rumania, B
Gurion, chairman of the execu-
tive, may be excluded from
the conference, since it is be-
lieved that he is marked for
detention on the British "black
. This the British government
is willing to do as a part of the
countcr-pioposals which each of
the participating delegations may
submit to the fedcralization plan,
now known as "the plan for pro-
vincial autonomy" .
Another concession which
the Jewish Agency has made
quietly is the dropping of the
demand that the detained mem-
bers of the Agency executive
be released and admitted to the
conference This demand is
no longer pressed, though it
means that not only Moshe
list" m
Those members of the Jewish
Agency executive, such as Dr.
Weizmann and Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, who are inclined to
participate in the conference
may, after all, have their way
.... It must be taken into con-
sideration that the Jewish Ag-
ency has not rejected the Brit-
ish invitation outright, but has
made it clear that it is only ab-
staining from the conferenece
until some understanding is
reached on the Jewish terms .
INTELLIGENCE:
British Intelligence Service is
now working hard to establish
how coded military messages sent
to Palestine in connection with
the raids on Jewish settlements
fell into the hands of the Jewish
resistance movement there .
Army code experts fear that the
Haganah succeeded in breaking
"top secret" British ciphers .
The secret service in Palestine
is very much embarrassed over
out one evening in the High Com-
missioner's office An urgent
telephone call was made for elec-
tricians Within a few minutis
two electricians appeared and
fixed the lights When they
left, the High Commissioner
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found on his desk a note reveal- Cz,.,. ,, ,,kia and the
the fact that Jewish extremists
succeeded in getting into the of-
fice of the Palestine High Com-
missioner despite all precautions
.... This is how it happened
. The lights suddenly went
ing that they were members of
the Irgun Zvai Leumi The
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Especially equipped for care of
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Phone* 2-0243 9-1042
Open to Members of
Dado County Medical Assn.
countries
In other words, while
Rumanian.--, Hungarians, C
can get visas to Canada, all
ish citizens of these "
cannot ... No wonder*
der the present immigrate
ulations only 347 Jews,
British subjects, entered
during 1945 And
time when Canada is*
mission to Europe to *W
immigrants from the
thediss :rcl Polish army
eral Anders
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