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The Jewish Floridian ( October 11, 1946 )

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% %  %  gMfltUEIliDipidliiaun ^-THE JEWISH UNITY ami JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 19 NUMBER 41 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS ial Makes rsscittion Crime ar The News In Brief bBMBERG. s considered as estabM legal precedent against utl n ol Jews onlv to Mime and i nlv in conquered (to:...-, but not under other Instances. I that under the judg|t ,,f the tribunal, persecution L Jewish people will be confed a criminal act onlv if putted in conquered lands (revealed in a statement made S. Justice Robert H. Jack; who, after the imposition of Sentence, declared: personally regard the conIon and the sentences of induals as of secondary imoorcompared to the signifiI and the commitment bv the • nations tow aid the proposithat wars of aggression are pinal acts and the persecuof conquered minorities on religious and political Bids is likewise criminal. principles of law will inr .'e future events lone after [fate o: these particular indilia.s is foi -.' itten. substantiating his intcrprefcn, this member of the tn1 pointed to the part of the ot the judgment which s:"The p licy ol persecution, ession and murder of civil. in Germunv before the war L939. who were likely to be Jtile to the governmenti was it ruthlessly carried out. The fcecution ol the Jews during same period is established fond all doubt. To constitute lies aeainst humanity, the acts pre the outbreak of war must been in execution of. or in fcection with, any crime with|r.e jurisdiction of the tribunal. tribunal is of the opinion |t revolting and horrible as ny of these crimes were, it mot been satisfactorily Droved thev were done in execution or in coi nei tion with, any crime. The tribunal, thereto, cannot make a general deration that acts before 1939 re crimeagainst humanity 'bin the meaning of the charWorshippers Molested PRAGUE, (JTA) — Two high officials of the Ministry of the Interior called on Ernst Frischer, president of the Council of Jewish Communities, and conveyed Minister of the Interior Vaclav Nosek's regrets that several worshippers had been molested by policemen last week after leaving Kol Nidrc services. They promised that the policemen would be punished. Bishop Asks Hate Purge BUDAPEST. (JTA)—Addressing a pastors' convention here. Bishop Laszlo Ravasz of the Protestant Reformed Church this week urged that the ministers endeavor to purge the Hungarian body politic of "miserable antiSemitism. He condemned the "silly stories" of ritual murder by Jews. said that it would arrange for the emigration of those who are allowed to stay. Adopt Rumania Schools BUCHAREST. (JTA)—A numI Jewish schools in the United States plan to "adopt" similar institutions in Rumania, and send them aid in the form of libraries. equipment and funds, the Rumanian section of the World Jewish Congress announced this Wi i k on the basis ol advices from Congress headquarters in New York. Jews Released In India LONDON. (JTA)—British authorities in India have released from detention camps practically all the Jewish refugees from Germany and Austria who were from Poland are expected to armterned in India as enemy aliens, rive here aboard a chartered ship it was disclosed this week in a 80 Orphans Arrive LONDON. (JTA)—Eighty Jewish orphans whose parents either died lrom starvation or in Nazi gas chambers, arrived here this week by air from Prague to ioint relatives in Britain. Most of them have concentration camp numbers tatooed in their arms and stili bear the signs of the cruelties inflicted on them. The voungest is a bov of three who was born in the Oswieciem camp. The eldest is 19. Two hundred Jewish orphans London Conference Adjourns Till Dec. 16 cable from the Jewish Relief Organiation in Bombay to Samuel Silverman, Labor MP. who intervened on behalf of the refugees during a recent visit to India. Although the refugees will not be returned to Germany and Austria, the message stated that it is difficult to find jobs for those who are being allowed to remain in India. The relMtf organization some time this month. Plans Palestine Concert AMSTERDADM. (JTA) — Edward van Beinum. conductor of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, will leave for Tel Aviv in March to conduct a series ot concerts with the Palestine Symphony Orchestra, the Hilveisum radio reported. LONDON, (JTA)—The conference on Palestine, which opend on Sept. 10. was suddenly adjourned this week and will not be resumed before Dec. 16. when the meeting in New York of the U. N. General Assembly is expected to be over. Two days after the adjournment. Colonel Secretary George Hall received Dr. Chiam Weizmann and other members of the Jewish Agency executive wih whom he held a furher exchange of views on the Palestine issue. Special consideration was given to steps to reduce the state of tension in Palestine, it was officially announced bv the Colonial Office following the conclusion of the meeting. It is understood that the members of the Jewish Agency submitted to Hall various proposals for the improvement of the prevailing atmosphere in Palestine. A further meetine will be held next week. Jewish Agency leaders were taken by surprise bv the announcement of the postponement of the conference. They were unaware that an adjournment was contemplated and had intended to submit to the Government a memorandum pointing out that the conference should not have opened before preliminary discussions between the British and the Arabs. Adjournment Rules Out Raising of Palestine Issue at U. N. The adjournment of the conference until Dec. 16 will make it virtually impossible to raise the Palestine issue at the General Assembly. Both the British Government and the Arab League have been anxious to avoid bringing the issue before hte United Nations. Only the Palestine Arabs have been pressing for submission of the case to the Assmbly. Town y to Start Construction Soon New strategy to insure success of the Miami Y's capital funds drive was formulated this week lollowing a series of meetings of campaign divisions, Maurice Grossman, executive director, announced. Loan Fund tp for Vote An independent communityloan service will be established bv Greater Miami Jewry if the Jewish Social Service bureau membership approves the recommendation at a meeting at TemAgcncy Welcomes President's Stand paign. said. "We are completing | Baron ae nusui •-. plans for our over-all program of thc Baron de ri but will definitely begin conin struction of a portion of the build; fund whicn wi ing within the next few weeks. j n the new service, w >utri Give Support Beach Y Drive 'outh groups of the Beach Y ''lied suuomt fur the organizas S300.000 building at a heon meeting last Thursday. uel A. Rivkind, general %  "nan. announced this week. d'th Schulman and Seymour *nner pledged active suop it |>e vouth. "*'e want to work in every r f the campaign side by *'th the adults. We feel we be more helpful that way,) toby working separately as a r^'n division," Brenner said. Purrav Grossman, cochairman ... shakers: committee, an n <*d that the voting people *nt: eivcn s P akir| g assign rr iss Klass. excutive direcot t.,e Greater Miami Jewish "dtion. was guest sneaker. • a meeting of the initial gifts ttee, called bv Carl Wein^ Lou Heiman, cochairman. M^dav night, plans for a oaien affair were made. "e drive will '• 1 to 15. JZSS? W!S££ Bc, b *1 Monday e StS*"-* JRSUSh— Hi-h M„c, chair. the Baron de Hirsch loan incorporated ill present The'organizatVon will continue ,"..„ rt reC ommending the cornconstruction to the extent ot. *• funds on hTnd,in accordance with nuin.ty agency the announced policy of building The board of d *£' s u> without mortgages, he stated. Jewish Soual service '•With the support of the Miami which nas directed the loan und public we believe that our entire f()r 0 years> a nd the executive project can be constructed, he conlmittee of the Greater Miami added. ftf Jewish Federation have approved plSor URg} I -cSSrt resting loan R^^^^ be turned over to the are bS Tel "almost nightly. I ncw a g e ncy. Loan lund reserves d 'Three designs for the proposed whjch havc bcon set aside by clubhouse have been submitted bv Feclcration may also ^ used Henrv Hohauser. Miami Beach fund w(juld grant non -inarchitect. to Leon Kaplan. WJ^L 8t faring loans to persons dent, and the building Wgt" !" "' 0 sccure them through committee, headed by M. J. Kope who^anno^ ^^ o[ f l0 Se Z -new building will beconwhom {'-^'gJi'SS ,-,„.t..rt on the present site "hardship, Chartes conen, JERUSALEM. (JTA)—A Jewish Agencv spokesman this week declared that the Agency welcomed President Truman's statement on Palestine, but doubted that the British Government would agree to his proposals. The President's statement, the spokesman told a press conference, reflected not only his views, but the views of both maior political parties in the United States and, therefore, those of the American people. He pointed out that despite the fact the United States has "real and legitimate interests in the Arab countries," it did not hesitate to recommend MJOC Receives Building Offer An unsoliciated offer of a new synagogue building was announced by Rabbi Murray Grauer at Kol Nidre services in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Friday night. Louis Davidson, Miami contractor, made the offer—to construct the entire exterior of the building, including the roof. In response to the rabbi's announcement, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman and children. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman and Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman. stated that they would provide the plans, specifications and architectural supervision fop the building. Philip Berkowitz announced that he and his family would donate the plumbing fixtures and the widespread I installation. Harry and Herman Pearl said that their families would contribute prayer books and prayer shawls to the new synagogue and would sponsor a reception when the building is completed. A substantial number of financial contributions were also pledged. It is expected that the synagogue will be located next to the present site on S. W. Sixth st. and 17th ave. Members of the congregation will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday to elect officers. Heading the slate is A. M. Bear, president. I.. BBP* W" A BW : 53? eSEd .hi, week detrovedbv fire Labor Dav. and ,„ many mstances, ..nmnorlv across thc street. Iinulant direct grants of on property across would supplant direct grants of assistance from the bureau, he "Only members of the bureau ay vote on the loan fund. CoWeizmann Process To Be Marketed LONDON, (JTA)-A chemical maj v jsgB membershipJs process developed by Dr. Chaim ,„ local Jewry at S2 pe. Weizmann 12 years %  *> *^ j year dues. put on the market by a nevvy | If tne izational meetorganized British company namUhe sJ*T a^ncy will be ed Petrocarbon Ltd., it was re-mg imniedia „,y. a t which tune ported this week. m rkcte d a charter will be P" 80 "^' !" The process to be marKetea y ge of becoming charter 1£ raw material tm tptJ-J !" |; f the new organizaproduces raw m 8 ^"""^ dveS members -. to make paints, dyts, extended to those present. Temporary officers will troleum plastics, cosmetics and tasec" .cides. which wete hitherto obtain extend from ( fl0nl coa l tars. be appo inted. the admission of 100,000 Jews to Palestine and a final solution of the entire problem. Referring to attacks on the Truman statement in the British press, which termed it a political gesture, the Agency representative said that it was in accordance with American policy and not a campaign stunt. He stated that it was "within the President's competence to issue statements to the American people before elections, after elections and without elections. We feel that the interest of the American people in Palestine is as legitimate as that of the Arab states." The "unanimous outcry" in the British press, however, indicates that the British Government is not readv and unwilling to come to grips with the Palestine problem, the spokesman said. Pleads For Emigration NEW YORK. (JTA) — After canvassing the ministries of European countries, discussing the situation with Pope Pius XII, and securing maximum cooperation from the American Commanding Generals in the European Theatre. Rabbi Philip Bernstein adviser on Jewish Affairs to General Joseph T. McNarnev and General Mark Clark, declared this week at a reception in his honor at the Hotel Biltmore. that there is no hope of resettlement for the overwhelming of Jewish displaced persons except in Palestine. He also pleaded for the acceptance of another 50.000 MacVicar Restates Campaign Platform I. D. MacVicar, leading candidate for county commissioner, is conducting a whirlwind finish to his campaign this week with visits to each section of the county. MacVicar issued the following statement: "I hope the voters of Dade county will carefully weigh the business background and general qualifications of each candidate; then go to the polls next Tuesday and again vote their convictions." MacVicar reiterated the planks of his progressive platform, placing need for adequate hospital facilities first. He also stressed the importance of increased airport facilities with the accompanying air commerce expansion. Our water supply must be proo 6 1M 000 displaced Jews into "Our water supply must be pro1 United States. tected and preserved," he added. V -' ':• \ I :i: I %  !. • i i ? • i & •;



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PAGE TWO rJenisti fhrk/iain FRIDAY i 1 i I D i %  ; %  'ReAAwiafltty &p$aMnq> Miss Barbara Lenore Huner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutner, 345 Lincoln rd., is the recipient of a scholarship to the University of Miami offered by the Pythian Sisters of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff, 1441 S. W. Second St., are back from an extended vacation in the north. During the summer, they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary .... Mrs. Henrietta Susskind, 1521 S. W. Sixth s.., has returned from a three month's trip during which she visited her daughter in Long Island. Miss Helen Shapiro, of Boston arrived in Miami Beach last week. Miss Shapiro was publicity director for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last winter Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rosen and daughter, Sandra, of Miami Beach left for Chicago Friday to visit Mrs. Rosen's mother and father, the L. Greenbergs. They will be away for a month. A tallis was presented to Dr. Maurice Klein, commander of the Freda Maikowitz post, Jewish War Veterans, by Nat Slaff of the Washington Post at a meeting last Monday. Newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Jacobson will enertain 26 of their friends at a cocktail party in the Saphire room of the Belmar hotel Sunday evening. Among the guests will be Mr. Jacobson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Balkin, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff, Mr. and Mrs. John Kronenfeld, Fred K. Shochet, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nester, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Votsch, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Lazare. Nester, Votsch and Lazare are officers of the Miami painters' union... Mrs. Marie Balaban of Miami Beach leaves this week for Detroit Mrs. Shepard Sable of New York, mother of %  Mrs. George Talinaoff, is vacationing at the National hotel. On the sick list are Emanuel Goldstrich, who is recuperating from an illness at his home, and Mrs. H. Miller who is hospitalized at Jackson Memorial. Anyuta Melicov, 1045 Euclid ave., has returned from a three and one-hall month vacation in New York and Long Island and has resumed teaching piano and theory. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levitan and Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Rap; hael will entertain a number of i friends at a party in their Suk; kah at the Raphael's hotel Tuesday evening. Dr. Herbert Feinberg has re' turned from a trip to New Jer!sey. While away, he attended the convention of the National Associaion of Chiropodists in Cleveland. Beach Home Auxiliary Plans Sukkos Event Fust Fall meeting of the Miami Beach Women's Auxi to the Jewish Home for the Aged will have a Sukkos theme, Mrs Benjamin Sherry, president, i i noum <.'.-•. The meeting, I held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at tin Miami B Jewish Center, will be highl cd by vocal select by Miss Betty Carson, soprano radi star. She will be accompanied by Miss Eleanor Clark Lint< n at the piano. Mrs. Sherry will deliver a Sukkos message. HE NEEDS CURRENCY! Our Orchestra Leader has the personality of a TYRONE POWER WITH A BLOWN OUT FUSE! ZiSSEN'g I74J n. MIAMI AVE. '1 %  cm %  .•-M advocate divic inn ht Th couole wa, l *' ce ;> tion Sunday :; th "' h '"" of Re v a > r rh'vcr. 1540 S W„ V hers (if t|,p VJ a k r.' friend, frVfi^ p hone 9-314J Dr. HERBERTS I MI DENTIST OFFICE HOURS; 9:00 to 5:00 And B V Appointment Suite 612-614 DuPont Building MIAMI. FLORIDA BEN ESSEiN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. V-'. Miami Court • PHONE 3 6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK .. No Job Too Large or Toe Sm all Etlmate* Cheerfully Otven "Pioneers Since 1914' AWNING CO 1396 N. W. 36th Street Awning Prices May Increase While we still have a large supply of material, a shortage is indicated. Better order before prices advance. We store until needed. PHONE 2-1731 FOLDING CHAIRS 8t TABLES FOR RENT I WANT MY id And Be Buz* Ifi FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vltarran "D" W!i "Milk Product!" Dacro Ptot!.*( TEL. 2-262l\ Greater Miami Delivaj Visit Our Farm it' 8200 N. W. 82nd Strut Officers BENJAMIN N. KANE Chairman ,,f Board EDW. MERCER President MARCIE LIBERMAN V'li • %  President S. W. CURRY v.. • I'M ;tn't Cashier HENRY S. LAWLEY .\. tan) Vice Pri aidant D. B. HUDSON A Vice Pr< eldent R. W. POLLARD A Vice l*n aident STANLEY BOOKBINDER Assistant Cashier J. W. O'HARA \ istani Caahier JUDSON L. OWEN. JR. Assistant Caahier Directors SAMUEL BLANK li iii, National Brands, lm GUY W. ELLIS |2x< rul e Vlci Prealdenti Lin .a K ad Assoi latlon CEO. GOLDBERG BENJAMIN N. KANE Chuirman ol Board and Vli • President of Hank HAROLD KASSEWITZ Attoi ni > MARCIE LIBERMAN Yi. .• Pi esldent .,[ Hunk EDW. MERCER 1' • Idl M f.f Hank lent Public National .1.(1... ( ',,. ALEXANDER ORB. JR. President Alexander Orr, Jr.. Inc. II MIAMI BEACH, FLA. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION Comptroller's Call Sept. 30, 1946 RESOURCES Cash on Hand and Due from Banks $ 6,633.232.36 United States Government Securities 19,794.834.78 m Municipal Bonds n3.000 : 0q S26.54l.0B7.14 30000-00 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank Loans and Discounts 6,785,709.35 ^ItoidBK 0n ... ImP r0Ved ... __12 i 00O0_0 6,909,709.35 Furniture and Fixtures 37,650 'Q5 Other Assets 29,123.82 „ Overdrafts 2.974.61 <& ma Customers Liability — Letters of 7fi cifljj Credit '1— LIABILITIES Capital Stock ffiSSK Surplus 900.000.00 ,_., Undivided Profits and Reserves 4 55.791-79 79,518-85 Letters of Credit 32 093,733.59 De P 8its -23&S& FACILIT.SS AVAILABLE TO CORPORATIONS *gj2%gj Commercial Banking Personal Check Service pmSuSm E.crow Department Collection Department J^RPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE cor. FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM



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f&&f!$ ^^ r&r-' L y ocTOBERjl 1946 )LES JEWRY tow FUND I Gables' War Memonal Cent" wi" be aided in its fund drive by the Gable. Center. Sam Silver, new sident of the latter :,i uiinccd this IZJ! nard Glickstein is ban of lhl Jewish Center S (Jee which wll participate drive. .group will also a.d JewLnts at e University of I in tiding bousing. I will be held [group at the Hillel House, "sunclav. Children of all ;,. c invited to attend with tarents. Arrangements will at time fur religious L. was elected Sunday kith Hern an Rubin, vice L,t : Irving Gerst<-nfeld, Trer: Mr?. Sidney Lewis, re%  secr ei ry; Mrs. Luke J : com sp mding secretary. [, board of dilare Dr. (ilukstein, Sidney Sidr.ey Lewis, Louis I jo?<: Sidney J, ucl Weissel, Dewey Tstanlcy Bromberg, Mrs. A. I Miller. Rabbi Albert MichUetor of the Hillel foundah m ex-officio member of bard. Miami Council Women To Broadcast Tuesday Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women, will take to the airways Tuesday evening to join in the national observance of Council Day. In a 15-minute program over Station WKAT at 10:15 p.m. Mrs. Nat Williams, president of the section, and Mrs. Ben Essen will describe Council's overseas relief projects of which Mrs. Esser, is chairman. An original composition entitled "Heroic Fantasy" will be played by the composer, Joseph Harnell. The piece, written in Germany while Harnell was serv-! ing with the U. S. Army, is dedicated to his fellow soldiers who The program will open with The progra mwill open with Fred Waring's interpretation of "Eli Eli." Purpose of the celebration is the restatement and rededication of the organization to its many overseas projects. Mrs. Essen is in charge of local Council Daiactivities. ^ === ^Jmkl/hirdr/ir],in PAGE THREE Mrs. Raidman Plans Benefit Buffet Supper Mrs. Pear] Raidman, chairman Of the child rescue fund of club %  "' %  one. Greater Mian:Plotter Women's Organization for 1 alestine, will sponsor a buffet supper from 0 u. m. Sunday, The affair will be held at the ififiTc 0 ^ 1 "-,!^ M "-Joel Zalis. ""' %  S W. 14th .1.. and wdl be open to the pu An interesting program is being ned. Mrs. Raidman will be assisted by Mrs. Anna Bloch. cochairman, and Mis. Henry Seitlin. A board meeting of the organisation will be held 2 p. m l ; %  '• a< Mi Seitlin's home. 327 Jefferson ave, Mrs. Copenhagen Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, 937 S.W. Seventh ave., is the new motor corps chairman for the Miami division of the SOS (supplies for overseas survivors) drive, Mis. Ben Essen, Miami chairman, m ounced this week. Mrs. Copenhagen wi'l pick up contributions of clothing, canned food and medical supplies from persons who contact her. SOS dpot in Miami is the Flamingo Coffee company, 142 N. E. 12th st. Beth Jacob To Hold Annual Sukkos Meeting Annual Sukkos meeting of I e Beth Jacob general mi mb. will be held Monday \ the ynagogue community building. I( >; Hi| h H services and committeewi'l be given. In the absence of David G •-tern, president. pr< %  officer will be Harry Wassrman, first vice president. You're planning '" ,d home* 0 16 ct eo* of GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenua PHONE 4-5860 RAPHAELS Strictly Kosher Hotel and Dining Room 146 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Catering to the public for meals and all catered functions. Phone 5-3189 For Sukkas Reservations and Other Information WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 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—Ho! Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment. 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Biscaync Blvd. and Alhambra Circle; Miami Beach Radio Shop: Saks Fifth Ave.; Mian i Beach Conservatory of Music, 41st St.; Macfaddcn.1. Hotel (Little Flower Shop). ADVANCE MAIL ORDERS TO HEADQUARTERS 708 Lanqford Bldg., Miami. Fla. Phone 2-3433 PRICES: 1.50—2.00—2.50—3.00. Plus Tax %  / %  ''. • "'* 'Al Dl V 'ku • \ ^Z>* tftfff a* 0 4* tf< EACH account is insured to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. 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. Resources Over $10,000,000 1)11 Lincoln Rd. Vt Block East of Alton Chase Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION C. L. CLEMENTS, President w > 3 t I II • >i 1 I SJ v: : : • : l.i: I S •A • i • i %  i* k < i i -H i\



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PAGE FOUR Jenist)JlcridHsr i i: A i' •. %  : Lfl • Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. 0. Box 2973 Phone 2 1141 Entered U Second Claa. Matter July 4. 19S0 at theW Office of Miami, Kla., under the Act of March, 3, i< Published Ev.rv Friday Sine. 1927 Subscription Rates. 1 Year. $3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor "^bTuF^ NUMBER 41 Miami 18. Florida, Friday. October 11. 1946 TISHRI 16, 5707 TRUMAN AWAKENS President Truman's statement on Palestine, made on Yom Kippur eve, gives every indication that he has lost patience with the procrastination tactics of the British Government s..d its utter disregard of the sentiments of the American people. There have been conflicting reports in the past concerning W< President's attitude. There were rumors thai he had cooled to the idea of intensive American participation in the solution of tin Palestine problem; that he was inclim to giv. Britain almost unrestricted lattitude in meeting the issue; that he looked favorablj upon the Morrison tederalization plan; that he was baffled by Jewish divisiveness on the long-range settlement ol th< Palestine question and that he was even wavering on his origial request for th< mediate admission of 100.000 Jewish refugees into Palestine. But Mr. Truman's latest statement makes it clear that administration, the American people and both major political parties are determined to have the Palestine problem settled on a basis ol full justice to the Jews. The fart that the President's stati was occasioned by the postponement of th< London i indicates, in our opinion, that not much hope is being held out in Washington for the success of the London parleys. Moreover, I i tact that the President found it "appropriate to examim I i record" of his efforts with regard to the Palestine problem in the past year and to review the chain of circumstances which led to thi mation ( f the Angh -Ann rican Committee of Inquiry would seem to indicate that it was Mr. Truman's intention to tell the British Government that a year of American efforts have gone to waste, that inquiries, : issions and conferences have left the problem where it was a year ago and that it was about time for the British Government to act since "the situation faced by displaced Jews during the ci ming winter allow.no delay in this matter." There have beer, totally too many statements .n t':., l-sue in the past by American political leaders, but then has been too little action. If both American political parties are determined, as seems evident by the Tinman and recent Dewey utterances, that justile be done to the Jewish people, thi least they can do is to eliminate the Palestine issue from the realm of politics and unite in a memorandum to the British Government expressing the overwhelming sentiments of the American people. Attlee may resent such a move, will hardly be able to ignore it. In The Ho uses of Wor ship Today is the second day of Sukkos, the Feast "f Tabernacles, which commemorates the exodus from Egypt when the Israelites wire forced to build booths or tabernacles in the wilderness, It is %  -tival of th. autumn harvest at which time the ancient Israelites biouuht in the first fruits of their fields to the Temple in Jerusalem, During the eight-day holiday, it is customary to recite blessings over he Esrog (a citron fruit), l.ulav palm branch), myrtle and willow branches as evidence of G< d's benficence. The holiday will be concluded on Friday, Oct. 18. at sundown with the closing of Simchas Tor;, .. Reform Jws celebrate the end of the Sukkos festival a day earlier, on Sh'mini Atzeres CONGREGATION BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave.. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D. Feder. Orthodox. A Sukkos party will be held for ,.11 boys and gnls of elementary I LDOGE PUBLICITY COORDINATED Coordination of B*nai B'rittl publicity was discussed by a committee of the Metropolitan B'nai B'nth council at a luncheon mceting Tuesday. C tries R. Jacobson, chairman 0 f the publicity committee, repi rts that a dismission was held on the use of the local press and the publication of a council bulletin. Those who met with Jacobson were Walter Traurig, representing young men's groups; Mrs. Sam Go'dman, women; Miss Dol|y Pi nt. young men; Paul Weitzman, Beach lodge. To Conclude Project Mrs. Benjamin Appcl. chairman of the summr project of the ; Beach Women's Auxiliary to tie Jewish Home for the Aged, requests that members and friends who are participating in the project turn in their accounts ,t tinmeeting Tuesday afternoon ,,t the Miami Beach Centr. The project will be concluded at the November meeting. Goldman Transferred Rabbi Alex J. Goldman, former director of the Hille 1 foundation at Florida State College for Women, has been appointed to a simi'ar position at Temple uniV( is.ity in Philadelphia, Pa. religious school, 10 a.m. Sunday. Consecration service for children beginning religious schcool. Sukkos service, Wednesday, 8:15 p.m. Ti ere will be a procession with th< Torahs and a festival reception. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Thursday. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Ave. Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Samuel Kelemer Liberal Abraham Cannes, executive director Of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will -peak on "What's Wrong With Jewish Education?" Friday evening. Mrs. Leo Robinson and Mrs. Morry Morris will be ho~t, sses at a reception folli wing the Jewish Education Sabbath service. Sukkos services, 7:15 p.m. Wednesday. Rabbi Krcnish will preach on "Why Don't Jews Want To Pray?" Yiscor service, 10:45 a.m. Thursday. Thi rabbi will preach on "Remi mber." Simchas Torah, Hakofos and consecration service, 10:45 a.m. Friday, Oct. 18. ._.......<,., ^..... ... ., ..v.u ,,.. „,, uuvs l hat ., r hole--" u ^| £&***£ 11 Was learned iv 1 Mends to Dut ,' 0n of f5| lions. r mtinicioai twl Io ins W^cF^ of^he Mtami School ?5| TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman Reform Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will speak on "Judaism and Nature Festival." Sukkos eelebratien for the PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1781 n. W. 7th Avenue "J MIAMI HARRY BLUMIN. C.P.A.. and CHARLES ROBERT. ANNOUNCE the affiliation with them as oi"o~clZ,' ^ of MURRAY GROSSMAN, C.P.A., as a Junior Pa^? Firm will engage in the general practice of Acco Tax Consultants and will operate as 'untancyuJ BLUMIN & ROBERTS Certified Public Accountants 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Veteran Two World Wars Dace County ELECT 1. D. "lloiiiT MAC VICAR 3 YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PROVEN PUBLIC RECORD PROGRESSIVE (Paid Political Advertisetwit) AUTO INSPECTION TIME IS HERE! WHAT ABOUT YOUR BRAKES? LET DIXIE SPECIAL ISTS PUT YOUR CAR IN SHAPE FOR ANY TEST1 i in every resp** Dixie's service to motorists is complete in e* ^^ be it brake adjustment, wheel aUgDU *," „a ever/tire recapping, electrical repairs %  MjjJSL wav thine done the right way the U' A y fltHIORHOOD STATION^ T)|Xir TIRE C? %  rXn*MI MIAMI BIACH^ 101 8. W. Flrt Street 9.5 m* L. Electrical Appliances for the HomJ



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mm* ss&ft rag I r*am u. y *Jenist>ncrtdUag7 HUl, (holm Lodge Shorts wFWS OF THE MIAMI B'NAI BRITH By CHARLES R. JACOBSON Week, Oct. 22 ^fsholem lodge ready V e the first anniversary %  eral projects: U) The 'on public affairs w.l Every broiner a copy of Told E. Stassen's address (United Nations charter. L has mvited Dr. KusLs to address the Friar >,onn on Oct. 25th in fcn Club3) Sholem C Beach lodge men will .their own UN message day Oct. 24th, at 9 a.m. Ir'oStion: Milt one man shovA He s ian de luxe. The Halfdance will be a "Fnedss," we predict. i0 f Sholcm Lodge News, Uerg, wails that no one fce monthly paper. Marx th elong list of B.B^ resets printed on page d thereabouts are still unfoot a single response was I regarding the 60 names I see Phil Wallach, Eli L Jack Conroy and Lou If the Luncheon, Friday. Ice Cromer, John KronenId Sam Silver streamlined fctional initiation ritual at meeting. Neat job. Jcr George A. Diamond, Lteur movie-maker had a (t the meeting when Con, Smath crs appeared on for RE m ICONVAUSC|a \un-HayPark wlthRfisort SIX RECEIVE DEGREES Summer session graduates of the T '" ; -— : *-%  — were the platform to address our members. COPA scored again: it was an outstanding evening. The OPA was well represented at Friday's Luncheon: Al Kreisler and Lou Click gave the repast the double-O. Nice to have you, gentlemen. Lou Heiman, District No. 5 first vice president, will again be at the helm of our final 1946 Membership Drjve, President Al Pallot has announced. Slogan will probably be "Get a Member in November." Alex S. Cohen back from the Insurance Conversion, and visits to Baltimore and Noo Ynwk and looking fit as a Guarnerius (fiddle to you). Fred K. Shochet attends more board meetings and committee meetings, dashing about to make the evening rounds, like Paul Revere, only Paul didn't have a Chrysler—and breezy Max 811Universitv of Miami awarded d9Rreeg last week Malcolm K. Beal. flounced. Among the registrar, angraduates were AiDert Schwartz master ol science; David Platt and William l. Keich. bachelor or arts; Harold nu-,. Ba jr berK Norman Bloom, Philip Edelman. bachelor of business administration. W'L6lliIO'"COUT-rLOB on Your M*i 2 DRIVING WITH CONFIDENCE IS "DOIN' WHAT COMES NATCHERLY" WHEN YOUR 1HEVROLET IS SERVICED AT ver for a travelling companion. Did you know that— Sholem lodge nas been represented at all the meetings of the Dade County Civil Rights council and several Ben B'riths are directly responsible for 1) formation of the new group, (2) its title, and (3) stimulating community-wide interest in its work? Charlie Wax, travelling the south-eastern states for the JDA (Jewish Defense Appeal) has chalked up a real mileage record since he returned from the service. Norman Lyons, the attorney with personality, plays piano better than average — and has paid his lodge dues for 1947— 1947, that is? Concert Subscriptions Subscriptions to the Miami Beach Y's Community Concert scries will go on sale Tuesday, Jack Marash, executive director, announces. Appearing on the series will be the oFotlight Favorites Operetta Quartet, Iva Kitchcll, comic dancer; Ray Lev, pianist; Bidu Sayao, Biailian soprano; Joseph Fuchs, concert violinist. The quartet, consisting of Lucielle Browning, Adelaide Abbot, Edward Kane and John Brownhe, will open the scries on Dec. 2. Fire Takes Big Toll Ten thousand persons will be burned to death and six hundred million dollars in property losses will result from fires this year, according to figures provided by the National Fire Protection association and the National Board of Fire Underwriters. By presidential proclamation, Oct. 6 to 12 is Fire Prevention Week. Individuals are asked to eliminate fire hazards in their homes and businesses to keep loss at a minimum this year. H1LGRAFT 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 LIBY levroletCo. 'CHEVROLET WCHEVROLET CO. "" Friendly Chevrolet Dealer Lri gltr St. at 11th Ave. PHONE 2-1711 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI OFFICERS WILEY R. REYNOLDS Chairman of the Board H. BLAKE OLIVER President J. G. LEYBOURNE Vice-President and Trut Officer HARRY G. RETALICK Vice-President C. RUSSELL SOHN Viee-President HOWARD A. TYLER Assistant Viee-President ROBERT H. MAYO Assistant Vice-President WINTON M. WRIGHT Assistant Viee-President I. M. ASHMAN Asst Viee-President and Asst. Trust Officer BYRON L. RAMSING Assistant Cashier F. B. COOGLER, Jr. Assistant Cashier KENNETH B. COLE Assistant Cashier ROBERT L. HILL Assistant Cashier PEG C. DEVLIN Assistant Cashier LAURA B. MORGAN Assistant Cashier IDA MUHLE Manager. Safe Deposit Vault GLADYS ROUSH Receptionist DIRECTORS G. T. BAKER President. National Air Lines. Inc. *H. HOOD BASSETT Vice-President, Genessee Corporation, Palm Beach PRESTON B. BIRD Preston B. Bird Motor Co., Homestead. FU. Member Board of County Commissioners, Dade County C. B. CHINN President. Belcher Oil Company C. E. HOLCOMB Secretary-Treasurer S A Lynch Corp. CHARLES D. LEFFLER United States Navy. Retired WILLIAM P. MOOTY President. The Franklin Press, Inc. H. BLAKE OLIVER President. American National Bank of Miami Firat Executive Vice-President, The nrsi National Bank of Miami President. Coral Gables First N.onalBank President, Little River Bank and Trust Company President. First Trust Company BYRON L. RAMSING Assistant Cashier WILEY R. REYNOLDS First National Bank Ch "' r "vmW B BEYNOU5S. Ii. t. SSear' BEBTC. TEED Vice-President. 139 NORTHEAST FIRST STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA STATEMENT of CONDITION SEPTEMBER 30, 1946 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks _.._ ----$ 8.355,152.02 U. S. Government Securities 20,460,132.53 All Direct Government Obligations Canadian Government Bonds 91,474.5b All Direct Government Obligations State and Municipal Bonds 904,086.01 Fully Tax Exempt Marketable Corporation Bonds... -_ 2,35^.3J5. IU All Listed on the N. Y. Stock Exchange Total Cash and Securities $32,163,780.24 Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms and Corporations 5.799.458./!) F H. A. Title II First Mortgages '' on Improved Real Estate 52,913.68 Total Loans and Mortgages Furniture and Fixtures Federal Reserve Bank Stock Accrued Interest Receivable Prepaid Expenses & Other Resources Customers' Liability-Letters of Credit Total Resources _. LIABILITIES ai~.iri $ 500,000.00 Capital (Common Stock) ^^ S& Profits and Reserves 707^0 Capjtammd^a^^ Letters of Credit. 5,852,372.43 53,057.89 30,000.00 124,553.08 19,228.85 51,344.25 $38,294,336.74 •Serving with the Armea Available C0 R L S LECT^S H D E E C P K A^ MENT Demand Time wWB aiwtf Toto^DeposttSTotal Liabilities Corporations $ 1,707,369.80 51,344.25 DEPOSITS $30,905,843.88 5,629,778.81 Facilities t0 Banks, an -K,,I i DAN DEPARTMENT PE R !Kr.ND^PARTME_NT S^D^T^ffi FOREIGN SAVING 36,535,622.69 $38,294,336.74 d Individuals ESCROW DEPARTMENT TRUST DEPARTMENT ACCOUNTS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal^sen^ejyst^ I :* ; 1 I • &f 'if*' '• I < < 1 0 i



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I J ~~ ^l I %  rr • • i i %  1 t 1 \\ : %  %  PAGE SIX fJenistFlcridliar FOR HALLOWE'EN Hallowe'en will find members of Sholcm lodge. B'nai B'rith doing the rumba at the Candlelight patio of the Cadi'lac hotel. Cany's Latin American orchestra will provide the music and the Association of Rumba Artists will give an exhibition. The Oct. 31 event is under the chairmanship of Milton Friedman who announces that only 200 tickets will be sold to insure ing room for all. Tickets are $3 per couple and may be obtained from Friedman or the B'nai B'rith office, 330 Seybold bldg. Members of Sho'em lodge women are assisting in the dance arrangements. Beach Lodge To Install FDR Memorial Class Ed Grusd, editor of the National Jewish Monthly, will be guest speaker at the initiation ceremonies to be held by the Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tuesday evening, Oct. 22, at the Servicemen's Pier. The initiation class, first to be installed by the lodge, will be known as the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial class. Walter C. Kovncr is chairman of the meeting and will be assisted by Harry Day and Harold Turk. Chairman of the initiation team is Dave Emmer. His assistants are George J. Bertman, president of the ledge, and Harry Zukernick. Beach Y Registers For Sketching Class Registration for the Beach Y's -kite! ing class is still open, Jack Marash, executive director, slated 11 is week. The class, which meets from 8:15 to 10:15 p.m. each Monday. does work with charcoal, pastels and water colors. George Gray, internationally known muralist, instructs the Li-ted in Who's Who, Gray lizes in historical mura's of i e early colonial period. He is Miami to do murals for .vcral local hotels, Psychiatrist To Speak Psychiatric treatment in the Army will be discussed by Dr. Herman Silensky at the Sholem lodge luncheon in the Downtown Club restaurant, Sybold bldg., at 12:15 p.m. today. The B'nai B'rith group wi'l hear Judge Rosa Williams next Friday and Dr. Russell A. Wile on Oct. 25. Program Slated For Aged Home Residents Residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged will be entertained at the thirdi n a series of monthly events at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Home. 335 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will be guest speak'.r. The Rev. Maurice Mamches wi'l sing several folk songs, accompanied by Jennie Kamern, pianist. Mrs. Gus Swarz, wife of the Home's architect, will present a medley of Jewish favorites, and Miss Florence Lovinger, soprano, will also appear on the program, which is being arranged by Fred Holland, manager of the Home. Refreshments will be served after the program. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Zalis, who recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary, will be osts. Mr. Zalis has been financial si en tary of the Home since its inception, and Mrs. Zalis organized and was first first president of the Miami Women's auxiliary. Grocery Corporation Opening of the Everglades Grocery corporation at 64 N. E. 73rd St. is announced by Sam Lewis Freeman and Louis Goldin. The two were formerly' associated with the Embassy Grocery corporation in New York city. You Export And Of Conrse 1 on Are I in ii.V'1 To Honest, Reliable Anil Intelligent llaiiilling Of Your HEAL ESTATE PROBLEMS SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor 2204-2206 S. W. 27th Ave. Off Coral Way Phones 48-2600—48-2609 DUX JOIN Y Entire memhrship of the Dux Club spontaneously joined the Miami Y at a meeting last week, Charles Zalis, president announced. The club is composed of young men 16 and 17 years of_age. tfttUMpWI S S* i\W tf* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of acute medical, and convaleicent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habit*. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientificlily n'ven. P. L. DODGE, M. D. Medical Director and President 1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243 9-1042 Open to Members of Dade County Medical Assn. DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripxire ^ Water .0tUID'-T0 YOUR V0ME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE i P'ui Bo tile Depci PHONE 2-412 80c 70c VENETIAN BLINDS "A Product oi Craftsmen" We are now prepared to offer prompt service on blinds, both new and re-conditioned. Why not place your order today? Have Your Old VENETIAN BLINDS RE-PAINTED New Tape New Cord with Drapery Cornices Mficnuidl Smothers To Address Beach Amvets Post George Smathers, congressmanelect, will address a meeting of the newly formed Miami Beach Amvets post 8:30 p. m. Monday at the National hotel, Nat Pollack, commander, announced this week. Other speakers will be W. I. Evans, field director for the War Assets administration, and William Simmons, local head of the CPA compliance division. review the BrnaH, ^J Yesterday; 8 >WA JT Miami Beach r AJ killed durum the *„ *T :, A veterans are mv i tend. mv| t THE 0/ii4jUta£ MAAfAffHG 'S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT % COCKTAIL LOUNGE I %  m*t •'*****>*f* 7///.I/X/, y tHE FISH WE SERVE TODAY SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" ^ CHARCOAL 8R01LED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEK • jh FRANK HARNEY JR. MANAGING DIRECTOR y y %  J/;'L OPEN EVERY DAY FROM (TOO NOON -\i •* ,*sy* S2 9 B1SCAVNE BOULEVARD S DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT L^H \ DINNER MR RESERVATIONS-9-1244 ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE IMUW Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT! 41 N. L FIRST AVENUE TEL IM Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Iniuruct Companies in the United States IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAY HAIIE ITiMRAL + mr MIAMI %  ttlflUII "lit A"""' Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing I Your Home # Long Time To Pa! Long term monthly pjf menu automaticcdly W off Mortgages without* Lancing and witou. | %  train on income. # Prompt Servici Immediate attention M to all customer.. BM Miami mstitution.'xUF' lems can b. -oWrfg by Dade Federal w| Committee. # Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. • Easy Payments Payments. Including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include tazee, insurance, etc. A Home Institution Personalised handling of Jg^gfi local people interested in W£!LT and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $15,000,000 Joseph M. Upton. *•&**



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OCTOBEMl^l ^J^isiifhridUan PAGE SEVEN %  PL _. 0 f Beth David ConSi decide what kind of Jo and Talmud Ton* DC t U heV want at a meeting tfStthta the next few tarry Markowitt, chairItte cowjrewtion's $525.Pfunds drive, announcthile campaign committettine to work PreoaraUcitation. which will to 17. were made by the bmmittee Sunday. MemSidnev Lefcourt chairNat Zalka. Nat AdelHeiman. Dr. Max Pep1 Simons. Sam Weissel. Veiss. Burnett Roth and 'ui'ldinc planning group, Sam Weissel. chairman. : SpectiT. Dave Brown, tan Phil Levi and Frank has met with arcni.builders. fcommittets that are holdcamoaiKn meetings ininitial Rifts, headed by |herspecial gifts. Lou Tgeneral solicitation. Ben for volunteer workers igcued bv Markowitz that pledge cards are png prepared. [To Infltall U Monday fcr Miami Jewish ConReHel society will inters at a brunch and card noon Monday in the ;e hotel. Hose Levey will be inis president; Mrs. Wiljvine. first vice president; lies Jacobs, second vice it [ficers, who will be inMrs. Irving Lehrman, A'ex Libow, recording Mrs. Jerry Poncher, Ending secretary; Sol H. treasurer; Mrs. Alex financial secretary; Mrs. linsborough, case chairBeth Jacobs Women Two Groups To Hold Open Season With Party Sukkos Celebrat Opening meeting of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday in the synagogue community build ing and will be followed by a holiday party and special program in the Sukkah. Mrs. Libby Fisher Swerdlin will present several vocal selec tions after the business meeting Mrs. Theodore Landesman i refreshment chairman. Assisting her will be Mrs. Meyer Mechcheloff, Mrs. Eugenia Lilienftld Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs Harry Zeilinger. Mrs. Eugene Weiss and Mrs. Benjamin Fek are in charge of arrangements. The Sisterhood is scheduling i concert for Dec. 22 and a Night o Stars for Feb. 9. Plans for the year's activities were made at the first board of directors meeting of the season last Monday at the home of the president, Mrs. Jack Hirsch. Center League To Get New Constitution New constitution of the Young Peoples league will be read at the first open meeting of the sason, 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Reports of summer activities and committees will be made and future plans for the group will be outlined. Entertainment wi'l be provided by a magician. Refreshments and dancing to new records will follow the meeting. ion A public Sukkos celebration will be held ut 8:30 p. m. Sunday m the Beach Y under the auspices of the Jewisn National Workers Alliance and the Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine. A program oi Jewish music and folk son K s will be headlined by Cantor A. Friedman, assisted by A. M. Dorff. choir leader. Cantor A. Singer and J. Schreibman, musical director of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will also iresenl several .selection;. Humorous recitations will be iiven by Max Azar and Manya ihubov. Dr. M. A. Lipkind will e guest speaker. The program was arranged by he JNWA cultural committee oi yhich j. Stadlin is chairman. iasha Ashkenazy will be toastnaster. K< freshments will be served. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS Ih.KI.I'.v UIVEN tl Hi. undcisigned, rVslritig to ei in business umlei the flelltloiiH naini HI Light Craft" ra m :;;,I'j s. Streel M ami, l In Inn nd to real lei Maid ii' with i Clerk ol he 'ir• mrl ol D idi 'o MM •.. PI. i| %  MORTON KIR8CH, MKYF.lt COHES RALPH KIRSC1I, Pal t iioi s. HARRY DIETZ, Attornej foi Am II ant Congress Rldg. lft;ll-lS-25; ll:!-S LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, desiring to engage In busim-HH under the fictitious name ol PLASTICS UY WYL.L.HART. at 3210 N W. UTili Ave.. Intend to reglstei Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Uade County, Florida. OUBIE ROSENTHAL KII'NKY WASHERMAN Partner! 9/18-20 27 10/1-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lhe Undei'lsigned, desiring to engage ii. • %  -s iinuer the fictitious name ol UbNNETT WHOLESALE CO.. at 73b V E. First Ave., Miami. Flu., Intends KUter Mid name with tlio Clerk i the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida AI. OSHEROKF 9/13-20-27 10/4-11 LEGAL NOTICES EGAL NOTICES IS HEItEHY C.IVEN that lrsient-• loin r, \ i 1948 Dated 'his 1Mb day of September \ H 1848. 'Circuit Court Seal) E B. LEATHERMAN. cieik of circuit Court, 11 ,!, < %  %  int -. Florida. %  By BETHENIA YV BRYAN, I>. C 20-27 m/l-il-is LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nmnc of MODERN HOUSEKEEPING SHOP, .it 817 S. W. 18th Ave., Miami. Fla.. %  mends to register the said name With the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. KENNETH S. CARPENTER, Sole Owner. SEYMOUR SIMON, Attorney for Applicant. 1/13-20-27 1(1/1-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In Ousiness under the fictitious name of NDIVIDCAL LACNDKY SERVICE OP MIAMI, at 477 S. \V. 8th Street, .linmi, Florida. Intends to register aid name with the Clerk of the Clr•ult Court of Dade County, Florida. MANUEL BURSTEIN /ON ZAMPT & SIMON, Attorneys for Manuel Burstein, 1/27 10/4-11-18-25 NOTICE I!-' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in luslnesa under the fictitious name or 'HAPPIES BAR. at 5801 N. W. 22nd Ave., Miami, Fla., intend to register aid name with the Clerk of the Clrult Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID I' WIENER CHARLES CAMPIOI.IA NATHANIEL .1. KLEIN. Attorney for Applicants, f,or I jncoln Road. 9/27 10/4-11-18 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In luslnesa under the fictitious name of MIAMI AMUSEMENTS, at 21ini N. E. -• "nd An., Miami. F!a., intend to eglster said name wilh the Clerk of %  lacircuit Court of iia.le County. Ii %  Ida BERNARD II FRANK WILLIAM A CORNELIUS MAE LCTWACK -A.MCi:i. Itl'BIN, Attorney for Applicants. 20-27 l"'l-il-18 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned arc engaged In busii -under the fictitious name of .ABELLE APARTMENTS, at 1195 ndy "rive. Miami Beach. FIoi Ii. and intend tn register the said us name in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade 'ounty, Florida. I.AWRKNCK HOfT-'MAN MINNIE HOFFMAN Sol,. Owners. IEORGE CHERTKOF. Attorney fnApplicants. "27 10/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RAKER PLUMBING HEATING CO.. at 4326 N. W. 3ath Court. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said namo with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Hade County. Florida. TOM RAKER 9/27 10/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALBERT SALES CO. (not inc.). at 22:1 B, Plagler Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Ol Dade Count v. Florida. MURRAY ALBERT. 9/13-20-27 10/4-11 IS HEREBY GIVEN that (rsien-'l. desiring to engage in | und.-r the fictitious name of Sportswear Manufacturing .at 2163 N.W. Seventh ave.. Intends to register said the Cl-rk of the Circuit | Dade L„UIIU Florida. JRVING IMI'.NBERG HARRY MILUNER NATHAN LABER LASKY Partner8 tor Applicants lner-89 bldg, n l NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol Plasticseal Co., not inc.. at Miami Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County, Florida. _.., HENRY A. STEINISAAC JOFFE Attorney for Applicant 10/4-11-18-25 11 1 • s HEREBY GIVEN that wnea anengaged In buslMWBS 'i£ l "lous name of 5|J"\ p R 'CTS. at 1101 Miami, Florida, and Fper the said fictitious ;"' ''"' : r '"•-• C'crk of 1 wurt of i. a d e Qounty. I^N LEVIN y'lm-KY LEVIN CHARLES RUOMER. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of REGAL HOTEL at 615 Fifth St.. Miami Beach, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the v ircult Court of Dade R Co,m,y. s FI,,n,.a. Lessee and Operator. HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress bldg. Miami. Florida 10/4-11-18-25 11/1 A/Lit §ii* Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th 8L Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flaeler St.. Miami NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to '-"^l in business under the fictitious nanv o| Tropical Sales Bervlceal -"-i •-_ 21st Street. Miami. 5. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the t-leiK .f the Circuit Court of Pule >'""> %  Florida. ROBERT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, puruant to the Fictitious Name Statue" that lhe undersigned, doing itisiness under the fictitious name of VfOf.I,Y and MAC KOSHER DEIJ•ATESSEN ft RESTAURANT, locatd at 1425 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Bade County. Florida. Instead o register said fictitious name In the ifflce Of tin Clerk of the Circuit "••nit of Dade County. Florida. MOLLY APTE. fnrmerlv known aa MOLLY WAGNER MAC MERMELL NATHANIEL .1 KLEIN. Attorney for Applicants. 605 Lincoln Rond. Miami Beach. Fla. "13-20-27 10/4-11 W. C' K IK Sole owner CHERTKi ipf'* (.'{J-APWcanU. i iwners. %  B n,,i ,I1 '; I:K,:V <;v'EN that l.. E U. ,, .' I) l ': '"ous name of Mwni i R V NT at 237 th t n t., regisi f r a "'l< of the '"iniv pi Lons County. said name Circuit Court i Ida '•• SCIIAFFER 10:11-18-25 11:1 E.. '" r Aiihli," J t j? Applicants "nV l rt RK,1Y GIVEN that %  1 TfKQ iV ,l0Ua name f nvtiiT, S w "'h Avenue. "I> thV % n 1 '" %  p ?*ter said ^' c,m^, k Si **"Circuit r '-RRA A Y M A B ; ROTH A • %  8 U/l PplicanU BECK SWIMMER BECK NOTICE TO CRKOITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.] FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE. N". 18186 In Re: ESTATE OF PATRICK DIAMOND Deceased. To All Creditors and All ^raons Haying Claims or Demands Against baiu Estate: You. and each of you, arc hereoy notified and required to present an> claims and demands -"" o > '"• th r either of you. may have against t estate of PATRICK DIAMOND eased, late of Philadelphia ^[-710 S.W. 12th AV.MIAMH L. 3-3431-1 "YOUR JEWISH FUNERALHOME' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lhe undersigned, desiring to engage In • iisinevs under the fictitious name of SINCLAIR HOTEL, at 507 Espanola Way, Miami Bench. Fla.. intends to register said jtamc with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LAWRENCE TAYLOR, Lessee and Operator HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant, Congress Bldg. 1/27 10/4-11-18-25 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 123t> Waslinflton A, Miami Baach THOS. M. BURNS. JR. Funerat Director ABE EI8ENBER0. Treasurer V IK, New fork: 76th St. and An.sterdam Ave.. de. County. Pa., to the Hon. W. K B^ANTON. County Judge of Dade file the same in his offi. ty Courthouse in Dade County, •e in the CounC.unty. Flnrida. within eight calendar montl the date of the first putdicat on Said claims or demands t^.ontamtn^ nths from hereof. claimant a aforeSec Seclegal address of the be sworn to and presented a; said, or same will be barred, tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate AU. Date September *&.J !" SEYMOUR. J....SIMON the ESU^'O^PAVRTC-K-'^I^OND. !" iS5S£$ for BSEn £*£gg First publication on Friday. Octoix r 4. 1946 10/4-11-18-36 E OfFICWUY KPKSEMT TKMAJOWnOfHMmMI JEWISH FWOAl HOMIS %  jfiwisfrCaaft %  '" n w "" *"*"* SERVING Wm BEACH ft MMI Fvrhi


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1 I •. •• I I I PAGE OGHT Jmktofhrktian University Program Miami Beach students at the University of Florida served as group loaders in the university's orientation program for the lamest freshman elass in its history. Among the leaders were Charles Ciller, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Oilier. 1509 Pennsylvania ave.; Gerald L. Gordon, son of Mr. and -Mrs. Harry Gordon. 4440 Natilua dr.: Bernard Mezritch, ZOA Aide In Jacksonville Herschel Auerbach, dlrectoi oi the Veterans' bureau oi the Zionist Organization of America, IS entering the building and construction field in Jacksonville. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mezritch. 940 Jefferson ave.; Leo %  Osheroff, son of Mr. and Mis. AI Osl eroff. 2485 Meridian BVe j Alan F. W.'.-tm. Si n Oi living Westin, 745 Washington ave. Rabbi Is Guest Speaker Rabbi Isaiah Rackovsky, Joint Distribution Committee representative, was guest speaker during Yon. Kippur services at Beth Tfilah synagogue Saturday. The rabbi spoke on the necessity of Jewish people affiliating with the Zionist movement p-hhi He is the brother of RaDDi j. seph E. Rackovsky of Miami. ROTH HEADS MART Reelection of Nat Roth as president of the Florida Fashion Mart was announced Monday night following the opening banquet of its fall meeting in Tampa. Other Miami officers, all reelected, are Perry Radin. treasurer; Elmer Warren, secretary, and Robert Hays. Murray Marks, Manny Sheldon and J. E. Watte, directors. Klein G kwr, vol r eersa, ^ J the Dade <*\ ^ certificates ofa ^l week ^r their wjjl Pt few ye ars tea N tion classes. ^"M 101 East Flagler Street Miami 30. Florida Esta :. %  l 1902 Create) Miami's Oldest South Florida's Largest OFFICERS WILEY R. REYNOLDS v %  i-nt H. BLAKE OLIVER VG. LEYBOURNE CARL MEEKS WILLIAM C. HILL HARRY G. RETALICK CHARLES El BUKER CHARLES E. KLUGH C. RUSSELL SOHN ROBERT M. McDANALD ROBERT M. DOYLE. JR. CLARENCE C NIELSEN H. FRANK NORTHROP OLIN G. SYMONS DAVID BI ALTER. IB. %  • Ill, • I !wl Tl RICHARD C. BOGGS Vli %  Pn Bidi ni ixI U.UU AH Direct Government Obligations. ..,.,... State and Municipal Bonds /Ub.Ub7.U9 Fully Tax Exempt. Marketable Corporation Bonds — All Listed on the N. Y. Stock Exchange. 1,050,472.50 Total Cash and Securities $94,483,907.73 Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms and Corporations First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate Total Loans and Mortgages 5,572,750.04 162,888.70 Furniture and Fixtures Banking House Other Real Estate .. — Federal Reserve Bank Stock First National Holding Corp. Stock Accrued Income Receivable Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources Customers' Liability— Letters of Credit Total Resources LIABILITIES 5,735,638.74 126,735.09 654,878.29 23,69154 109,500.00 300,000.00 273,876.05 138,615.80 212,920.97 $102,059,763,91 £*£ ( C !" "" 3 !" K Undivided Profits and Reserves 1,381 ,259.50 Capital Funds and Reserves Letters of Credit — DEPOSITS $ 5,031,259.50 212,920.97 Demand — Time — We pay 19! per annum on Time and Savings Deposits undtr S5.000 and Vi of 1% over $5,000. Total Deposits 86,022,808.17 .... 10,792,775.27 Total Liabilities 96,815,583.44 $102,059^763! FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO BANKS, CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS Escrow Departmf Commercial Banking Personal Check Service Commercial Loans *"V Department Safe Deposit Vaults Collection Department Savings Accounts ,\c . WM. P. MOOTY President, The Franklin Press, Inc. C. B. CHINN President, The Belcher oil Company I I Executive Vice-President, Fust National Bank of Miami 1': • sldenl, Aim-i ican National Hank of Miami WILEY R. REYNOLDS President, Flint National Bank of Miami Chsll man of Hoard, American National Hank of Miami WILEY R. REYNOLDS, JR. Vice •President, w. it Reynolds A Co. ROOSEVELT C HOUSER co President. Florida Bond ortf BERT C. TEED ^ COMER I. KIMBALL M Vice-President, W. CHARLES G. BRAND President. Brand Proptr**


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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gMfltUEIliDipidliiaun
^-THE JEWISH UNITY
ami
JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME
19 NUMBER 41
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ial Makes
rsscittion
Crime
ar
The News In Brief
bBMBERG. Issued this week bv the
Military Tribual against
fcembers of the Nazi Cjov-
Vnt >s considered as estab-
M legal precedent against
utl n ol Jews onlv to
Mime and i nlv in conquered
(to:...-, but not under other
Instances.
I that under the judg-
|t ,,f the tribunal, persecution
L Jewish people will be con-
fed a criminal act onlv if
putted in conquered lands
(revealed in a statement made
S. Justice Robert H. Jack-
; who, after the imposition of
Sentence, declared:
personally regard the con-
Ion and the sentences of in-
duals as of secondary imoor-
compared to the signifi-
I and the commitment bv the
nations tow aid the proposi-
that wars of aggression are
pinal acts and the persecu-
of conquered minorities on
religious and political
Bids is likewise criminal.
principles of law will in-
r.'e future events lone after
[fate o: these particular indi-
lia.s is foi -.' itten.
substantiating his intcrpre-
fcn, this member of the tn-
1 pointed to the part of the
ot the judgment which
s:"The p licy ol persecution,
ession and murder of civil-
. in Germunv before the war
L939. who were likely to be
Jtile to the governmenti was
it ruthlessly carried out. The
fcecution ol the Jews during
same period is established
fond all doubt. To constitute
lies aeainst humanity, the acts
pre the outbreak of war must
been in execution of. or in
fcection with, any crime with-
|r.e jurisdiction of the tribunal.
tribunal is of the opinion
|t revolting and horrible as
ny of these crimes were, it
mot been satisfactorily Droved
thev were done in execution
or in coi nei tion with, any
crime. The tribunal, there-
to, cannot make a general de-
ration that acts before 1939
re crime- against humanity
'bin the meaning of the char-
Worshippers Molested
PRAGUE, (JTA) Two high
officials of the Ministry of the
Interior called on Ernst Frischer,
president of the Council of Jew-
ish Communities, and conveyed
Minister of the Interior Vaclav
Nosek's regrets that several wor-
shippers had been molested by
policemen last week after leav-
ing Kol Nidrc services. They
promised that the policemen
would be punished.
Bishop Asks Hate Purge
BUDAPEST. (JTA)Address-
ing a pastors' convention here.
Bishop Laszlo Ravasz of the Pro-
testant Reformed Church this
week urged that the ministers en-
deavor to purge the Hungarian
body politic of "miserable anti-
Semitism. He condemned the
"silly stories" of ritual murder by
Jews.
said that it would arrange for the
emigration of those who are al-
lowed to stay.
Adopt Rumania Schools
BUCHAREST. (JTA)A num-
I Jewish schools in the Unit-
ed States plan to "adopt" similar
institutions in Rumania, and send
them aid in the form of libraries.
equipment and funds, the Ru-
manian section of the World
Jewish Congress announced this
Wi i k on the basis ol advices from
Congress headquarters in New
York.
Jews Released In India
LONDON. (JTA)British au-
thorities in India have released
from detention camps practically
all the Jewish refugees from
Germany and Austria who were from Poland are expected to ar-
mterned in India as enemy aliens, rive here aboard a chartered ship
it was disclosed this week in a
80 Orphans Arrive
LONDON. (JTA)Eighty Jew-
ish orphans whose parents either
died lrom starvation or in Nazi
gas chambers, arrived here this
week by air from Prague to ioint
relatives in Britain. Most of them
have concentration camp num-
bers tatooed in their arms and
stili bear the signs of the cruel-
ties inflicted on them. The voung-
est is a bov of three who was
born in the Oswieciem camp. The
eldest is 19.
Two hundred Jewish orphans
London Conference
Adjourns Till Dec. 16
cable from the Jewish Relief Or-
ganiation in Bombay to Samuel
Silverman, Labor MP. who inter-
vened on behalf of the refugees
during a recent visit to India.
Although the refugees will not
be returned to Germany and Aus-
tria, the message stated that it is
difficult to find jobs for those
who are being allowed to remain
in India. The relMtf organization
some time this month.
Plans Palestine Concert
AMSTERDADM. (JTA) Ed-
ward van Beinum. conductor of
the Amsterdam Concertgebouw
Orchestra, will leave for Tel Aviv
in March to conduct a series ot
concerts with the Palestine Sym-
phony Orchestra, the Hilveisum
radio reported.____________
LONDON, (JTA)The confer-
ence on Palestine, which opend
on Sept. 10. was suddenly ad-
journed this week and will not
be resumed before Dec. 16. when
the meeting in New York of the
U. N. General Assembly is ex-
pected to be over.
Two days after the adjourn-
ment. Colonel Secretary George
Hall received Dr. Chiam Weiz-
mann and other members of
the Jewish Agency executive
wih whom he held a furher ex-
change of views on the Palestine
issue.
Special consideration was given
to steps to reduce the state of
tension in Palestine, it was offi-
cially announced bv the Colonial
Office following the conclusion of
the meeting. It is understood that
the members of the Jewish
Agency submitted to Hall various
proposals for the improvement of
the prevailing atmosphere in
Palestine. A further meetine will
be held next week.
Jewish Agency leaders were
taken by surprise bv the an-
nouncement of the postponement
of the conference. They were un-
aware that an adjournment was
contemplated and had intended
to submit to the Government a
memorandum pointing out that
the conference should not have
opened before preliminary dis-
cussions between the British and
the Arabs.
Adjournment Rules Out Raising
of Palestine Issue at U. N.
The adjournment of the con-
ference until Dec. 16 will make
it virtually impossible to raise
the Palestine issue at the General
Assembly. Both the British Gov-
ernment and the Arab League
have been anxious to avoid bring-
ing the issue before hte United
Nations. Only the Palestine Arabs
have been pressing for submis-
sion of the case to the Assmbly.
Town y to Start
Construction Soon
New strategy to insure success
of the Miami Y's capital funds
drive was formulated this week
lollowing a series of meetings of
campaign divisions, Maurice
Grossman, executive director, an-
nounced.
Loan Fund
tp for Vote
An independent community-
loan service will be established
bv Greater Miami Jewry if the
Jewish Social Service bureau
membership approves the recom-
mendation at a meeting at Tem-
Agcncy Welcomes
President's Stand
paign. said. "We are completing | Baron ae nusui -.
plans for our over-all program of thc Baron de ri
but will definitely begin con- in
struction of a portion of the build; fund whicn wi
ing within the next few weeks. jn the new service, w
>utri Give Support
Beach Y Drive
'outh groups of the Beach Y
''lied suuomt fur the organiza-
s S300.000 building at a
heon meeting last Thursday.
uel A. Rivkind, general
"nan. announced this week.
d'th Schulman and Seymour
*nner pledged active suop it
|>e vouth.
"*'e want to work in every
r f the campaign side by
*'th the adults. We feel we
be more helpful that way,)
toby working separately as a
r^'n division," Brenner said.
Purrav Grossman, cochairman
... shakers: committee, an-
n<*d that the voting people
*nt: eivcn sPakir|g assign-
rriss Klass. excutive direc-
ot t.,e Greater Miami Jewish
"dtion. was guest sneaker.
a meeting of the initial gifts
ttee, called bv Carl Wein-
^ Lou Heiman, cochairman.
M^dav night, plans for a
oaien affair were made.
"e drive will
' 1 to 15.
JZSS? W!S Bc,b *1 Monday e
StS*"-* JRSUSh Hi-h Mc, chair.
the Baron de Hirsch loan
incorporated
ill present
The'organizatVon will continue ,".. rt reCommending the corn-
construction to the extent ot. *
funds on hTnd,in accordance with nuin.ty agency
the announced policy of building The board of d *'s u>
without mortgages, he stated. Jewish Soual service "
'With the support of the Miami which nas directed the loan und
public we believe that our entire f()r ,0 years> and the executive
project can be constructed, he conlmittee of the Greater Miami
added. ftf Jewish Federation have approved
plSor URg} I -cSSrt resting loan
R^^^^ be turned over to the
are bS Tel "almost nightly. I ncw agency. Loan lund reserves
d'Three designs for the proposed whjch havc bcon set aside by
clubhouse have been submitted bv Feclcration may also ^ used
Henrv Hohauser. Miami Beach fund w(juld grant non-in-
architect. to Leon Kaplan. WJ^L 8t faring loans to persons
dent, and the building Wgt" ""' 0, sccure them through
committee, headed by M. J. Kope who^anno^ ^^ o[. f
l0SeZ-new building will becon- whom {'-^'gJi'SS
,-,.t..rt on the present site "hardship, Chartes conen,___
JERUSALEM. (JTA)A Jew-
ish Agencv spokesman this week
declared that the Agency wel-
comed President Truman's state-
ment on Palestine, but doubted
that the British Government
would agree to his proposals.
The President's statement, the
spokesman told a press confer-
ence, reflected not only his views,
but the views of both maior poli-
tical parties in the United States
and, therefore, those of the
American people. He pointed out
that despite the fact the United
States has "real and legitimate
interests in the Arab countries,"
it did not hesitate to recommend
MJOC Receives
Building Offer
An unsoliciated offer of a new
synagogue building was announc-
ed by Rabbi Murray Grauer at
Kol Nidre services in the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Friday night.
Louis Davidson, Miami con-
tractor, made the offerto con-
struct the entire exterior of the
building, including the roof.
In response to the rabbi's an-
nouncement, Mr. and Mrs. Nat-
han Adelman and children. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Adelman and
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman. stat-
ed that they would provide the
plans, specifications and architec-
tural supervision fop the build-
ing.
Philip Berkowitz announced
that he and his family would
donate the plumbing fixtures and
the widespread I installation. Harry and Herman
Pearl said that their families
would contribute prayer books
and prayer shawls to the new
synagogue and would sponsor a
reception when the building is
completed.
A substantial number of finan-
cial contributions were also
pledged.
It is expected that the synago-
gue will be located next to the
present site on S. W. Sixth st.
and 17th ave.
Members of the congregation
will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday to
elect officers. Heading the slate
is A. M. Bear, president.
I- ..
BBP* W" A BW : 53? eSEd .hi, week
detrovedbv fire Labor Dav. and many mstances,
..nmnorlv across thc street. ......,, ,Iinulant direct grants of
on property across
would supplant direct grants of
assistance from the bureau, he
"Only members of the bureau
ay vote on the loan fund. Co-
Weizmann Process
To Be Marketed
LONDON, (JTA)-A chemical maj v jsgB membershipJs
process developed by Dr. Chaim local Jewry at S2 pe.
Weizmann 12 years *> *^ j year dues.
put on the market by a nevvy | If tne izational meet-
organized British company nam- Uhe sJ*T a^ncy will be
ed Petrocarbon Ltd., it was re-mg imniedia,y. at which tune
ported this week. m,rkcted a charter will be P"80"^'
The process to be marKetea y ge of becoming charter
1 raw material tmtpt- J-J |;f the new organiza-
produces raw m8^"""^ dveS, members -. .
to make paints, dyts, extended to those
" present. Temporary officers will
troleum
plastics, cosmetics and tasec"
.cides. which wete hitherto obtain
extend from ( fl0nl coal tars.
be appo
inted.
the admission of 100,000 Jews to
Palestine and a final solution of
the entire problem.
Referring to
attacks on the Truman statement
in the British press, which termed
it a political gesture, the Agency
representative said that it was in
accordance with American policy
and not a campaign stunt. He
stated that it was "within the
President's competence to issue
statements to the American peo-
ple before elections, after elec-
tions and without elections. We
feel that the interest of the Amer-
ican people in Palestine is as
legitimate as that of the Arab
states."
The "unanimous outcry" in the
British press, however, indicates
that the British Government is
not readv and unwilling to come
to grips with the Palestine prob-
lem, the spokesman said.
Pleads For Emigration
NEW YORK. (JTA) After
canvassing the ministries of Eu-
ropean countries, discussing the
situation with Pope Pius XII,
and securing maximum coopera-
tion from the American Com-
manding Generals in the Euro-
pean Theatre. Rabbi Philip Bern-
stein adviser on Jewish Affairs
to General Joseph T. McNarnev
and General Mark Clark, declar-
ed this week at a reception in his
honor at the Hotel Biltmore. that
there is no hope of resettlement
for the overwhelming of Jewish
displaced persons except in
Palestine. He also pleaded for
the acceptance of another 50.000
MacVicar Restates
Campaign Platform
I. D. MacVicar, leading candi-
date for county commissioner, is
conducting a whirlwind finish to
his campaign this week with vis-
its to each section of the county.
MacVicar issued the following
statement:
"I hope the voters of Dade
county will carefully weigh the
business background and general
qualifications of each candidate;
then go to the polls next Tuesday
and again vote their convictions."
MacVicar reiterated the planks
of his progressive platform, plac-
ing need for adequate hospital
facilities first. He also stressed
the importance of increased air-
port facilities with the accom-
panying air commerce expansion.
Our water supply must be pro-
o6 1M 000 displaced Jews into "Our water supply must be pro-
1 United States. tected and preserved," he added.
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Miss Barbara Lenore Huner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Hutner, 345 Lincoln rd.,
is the recipient of a scholarship
to the University of Miami of-
fered by the Pythian Sisters of
Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff, 1441
S. W. Second St., are back from
an extended vacation in the
north. During the summer, they
celebrated their golden wed-
ding anniversary .... Mrs.
Henrietta Susskind, 1521 S. W.
Sixth s.., has returned from a
three month's trip during which
she visited her daughter in
Long Island. .
Miss Helen Shapiro, of Boston
arrived in Miami Beach last
week. Miss Shapiro was pub-
licity director for the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation last
winter Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Rosen and daughter, Sandra,
of Miami Beach left for Chicago
Friday to visit Mrs. Rosen's
mother and father, the L. Green-
bergs. They will be away for
a month. .
A tallis was presented to Dr.
Maurice Klein, commander of
the Freda Maikowitz post, Jew-
ish War Veterans, by Nat Slaff
of the Washington Post at a
meeting last Monday. .
Newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles R. Jacobson will en-
ertain 26 of their friends at a
cocktail party in the Saphire
room of the Belmar hotel Sun-
day evening. Among the guests
will be Mr. Jacobson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bal-
kin, Mr. and Mrs. George J.
Talianoff, Mr. and Mrs. John
Kronenfeld, Fred K. Shochet,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nester,
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Votsch, Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Lazare. Nester,
Votsch and Lazare are officers
of the Miami painters' union...
Mrs. Marie Balaban of Mi-
ami Beach leaves this week
for Detroit Mrs. Shepard
Sable of New York, mother of
Mrs. George Talinaoff, is vaca-
tioning at the National hotel. .
On the sick list are Emanuel
Goldstrich, who is recuperating
from an illness at his home,
and Mrs. H. Miller who is hos-
pitalized at Jackson Mem-
orial. .
Anyuta Melicov, 1045 Euclid
ave., has returned from a three
and one-hall month vacation
in New York and Long Island
and has resumed teaching
' piano and theory. .
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levi-
tan and Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Rap-
; hael will entertain a number of i
friends at a party in their Suk-
; kah at the Raphael's hotel
! Tuesday evening. .
Dr. Herbert Feinberg has re-
' turned from a trip to New Jer-
!sey. While away, he attended
the convention of the National
Associaion of Chiropodists in
Cleveland. .
Beach Home Auxiliary
Plans Sukkos Event
Fust Fall meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Women's Auxi
to the Jewish Home for the Aged
will have a Sukkos theme, Mrs
Benjamin Sherry, president, i i
noum <.'.-.
The meeting, I held at 1:30
p.m. Tuesday at tin Miami B
Jewish Center, will be highl
cd by vocal select by Miss
Betty Carson, soprano radi star.
She will be accompanied by
Miss Eleanor Clark Lint< n at the
piano.
Mrs. Sherry will deliver a
Sukkos message.
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A lecture by Eve Tellegen on
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tl e first Fall meeting of the B'nai
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at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday in the Na-
il pal Hotel recreation building.
17th st. and Collins ave.
Mrs. Tellegen. widow of screen
jtai Lou Trier,, n. formerly gave
the lecture al Steinway hall. New
York citv. She la heard daily on
ical radio station as a movie
commentator. Her talk will deal
with personality development.
T e ni' eting will be open to
members and guests. Refresh-
ments will be .-< i ved.
Offi. i rs i i the organization are
Mis. Tillie Roscnthal. president;
Mrs. Han Id Turk and Mrs. Harry
Kaufman, vice president; Mrs.
Alexander Li bow, treasusrer;
Mi Bii I i Mazo, financial sec-
ry; Mrs. Irving Frankel. rec-
' i etary; Mrs. Phillip
Lefkowitz, sentinel; Mrs. Jack
A ;it. hister.an. Trustees are
Mrs Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Kan-
M V. innan Halfon and
Mrs. C irl Winkle.
Phillip Greenes Plan
Home In Yonkers, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Phllilp L. Greene,
who were married here last week.
are stopping at the Sea Isles hotel.
Miami Biach. and will take a
honevmoon trip to Havana before
going to their home in Yonkers.
N. Y.
The bride, the former Margot
Frank of Miami, attended the
New York university school of
fine arts and is a women's apparel
buyer in New York. She was sec-
retary for the Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign here last win-
ter.
Her husband. 5on of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel N. Greene of Yon-
kers. attended the University of
Alabama and Syracuse university
before receiving a law degree
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Comptroller's Call Sept. 30, 1946
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Cash on Hand and Due from
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United States Government
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Loans and Discounts................. 6,785,709.35
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1946
)LES JEWRY
tow FUND
I Gables' War Memonal
Cent" wi" be aided in its
fund drive by the Gable.
Center. Sam Silver, new
sident of the latter
:,i uiinccd this
IZJ!
nard Glickstein is
ban of lhl' Jewish Center'S
(Jee which wll participate
, drive. .
.group will also a.d Jew-
Lnts at e University of
I in tiding bousing.
I will be held
[group at the Hillel House,
"sunclav. Children of all
;,.c invited to attend with
tarents. Arrangements will
' at time fur religious
L. was elected Sunday
kith Hern an Rubin, vice
L,t: Irving Gerst<-nfeld,
Trer: Mr?. Sidney Lewis, re-
secrei ry; Mrs. Luke
J: com sp mding secretary.
[, board of di-
lare Dr. (ilukstein, Sidney
Sidr.ey Lewis, Louis
I jo?<: Sidney
J, ucl Weissel, Dewey
Tstanlcy Bromberg, Mrs. A.
I Miller. Rabbi Albert Mich-
Uetor of the Hillel founda-
h m ex-officio member of
bard. _
Miami Council Women
To Broadcast Tuesday
Miami section. National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, will take
to the airways Tuesday evening
to join in the national observance
of Council Day.
In a 15-minute program over
Station WKAT at 10:15 p.m. Mrs.
Nat Williams, president of the
section, and Mrs. Ben Essen will
describe Council's overseas re-
lief projects of which Mrs. Esser,
is chairman.
An original composition en-
titled "Heroic Fantasy" will be
played by the composer, Joseph
Harnell. The piece, written in
Germany while Harnell was serv-!
ing with the U. S. Army, is dedi-
cated to his fellow soldiers who
The program will open with
The progra mwill open with
Fred Waring's interpretation of
"Eli Eli."
Purpose of the celebration is
the restatement and rededication
of the organization to its many
overseas projects. Mrs. Essen is
in charge of local Council Dai-
activities.
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Mrs. Raidman Plans
Benefit Buffet Supper
Mrs. Pear] Raidman, chairman
Of the child rescue fund of club
'"' one. Greater Mian:- Plo-
tter Women's Organization for
1 alestine, will sponsor a buffet
supper from 0 u. m. Sunday,
The affair will be held at the
ififiTc0^1"-,!^ M"-Joel Zalis.
""'' S W. 14th .1.. and wdl be
open to the pu
An interesting program is being
ned. Mrs. Raidman will be
assisted by Mrs. Anna Bloch. co-
chairman, and Mis. Henry Seitl-
in.
A board meeting of the organi-
sation will be held 2 p. m. l
; a< Mi Seitlin's home. 327
Jefferson ave,
Mrs. Copenhagen
Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, 937
S.W. Seventh ave., is the new
motor corps chairman for the Mi-
ami division of the SOS (supplies
for overseas survivors) drive,
Mis. Ben Essen, Miami chairman,
m ounced this week.
Mrs. Copenhagen wi'l pick up
contributions of clothing, canned
food and medical supplies from
persons who contact her.
SOS dpot in Miami is the Fla-
mingo Coffee company, 142 N. E.
12th st.
Beth Jacob To Hold
Annual Sukkos Meeting
Annual Sukkos meeting of I e
Beth Jacob general mi mb.
will be held Monday \ ,
the ynagogue community build-
ing.
I(>; Hi| h H
services and committee- wi'l be
given.
In the absence of David G
-tern, president. pr< officer
will be Harry Wassrman, first
vice president.
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cteo* of Beach Hadassah To Hear
Dr. Gottschall Monday
Dr. Andrew Gottschall. Florida
director of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, will
be guest speaker at the first Fall
meeting of the Senior Hadassah
Beach group, Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
program chairman, announced
this week
The meeting will be held a!
1:30 p.m. Monday in the Saphire
room of the Belmar hotel, 2000
Collins ave.
Mrs. Jack Swerdlin, American
affairs chairman, will report on
the American scer.e, and Mrs. Al-
fred Mamlet, will describe pres-
ent Palestine occurences in her
Zionist political report.
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"^bTuF^ NUMBER 41
Miami 18. Florida, Friday. October 11. 1946
TISHRI 16, 5707
TRUMAN AWAKENS
President Truman's statement on Palestine, made on Yom
Kippur eve, gives every indication that he has lost patience with
the procrastination tactics of the British Government s..d its utter
disregard of the sentiments of the American people.
There have been conflicting reports in the past concerning W<
President's attitude. There were rumors thai he had cooled to
the idea of intensive American participation in the solution of tin
Palestine problem; that he was inclim to giv. Britain almost
unrestricted lattitude in meeting the issue; that he looked favorablj
upon the Morrison tederalization plan; that he was baffled by Jewish
divisiveness on the long-range settlement ol th< Palestine question
and that he was even wavering on his origial request for th<
mediate admission of 100.000 Jewish refugees into Palestine.
But Mr. Truman's latest statement makes it clear that
administration, the American people and both major political parties
are determined to have the Palestine problem settled on a basis ol
full justice to the Jews. The fart that the President's stati
was occasioned by the postponement of th< London i
indicates, in our opinion, that not much hope is being held out in
Washington for the success of the London parleys. Moreover, I i
tact that the President found it "appropriate to examim I i record"
of his efforts with regard to the Palestine problem in the past year
and to review the chain of circumstances which led to thi mation
( f the Angh -Ann rican Committee of Inquiry would seem to indicate
that it was Mr. Truman's intention to tell the British Government
that a year of American efforts have gone to waste, that inquiries,
: issions and conferences have left the problem where it was a
year ago and that it was about time for the British Government to
act since "the situation faced by displaced Jews during the ci ming
winter allow.- no delay in this matter."
There have beer, totally too many statements .n t':., l-sue in
the past by American political leaders, but then has been too little
action. If both American political parties are determined, as seems
evident by the Tinman and recent Dewey utterances, that justile
be done to the Jewish people, thi least they can do is to eliminate
the Palestine issue from the realm of politics and unite in a memo-
randum to the British Government expressing the overwhelming
sentiments of the American people. Attlee may resent such a move,
will hardly be able to ignore it.
In The Houses of Worship
Today is the second day of Sukkos, the Feast "f Tabernacles,
which commemorates the exodus from Egypt when the Israelites
wire forced to build booths or tabernacles in the wilderness, It is
-tival of th. autumn harvest at which time the ancient Israeli-
tes biouuht in the first fruits of their fields to the Temple in Jeru-
salem,
During the eight-day holiday, it is customary to recite blessings
over he Esrog (a citron fruit), l.ulav palm branch), myrtle and
willow branches as evidence of G< d's benficence.
The holiday will be concluded on Friday, Oct. 18. at sundown
with the closing of Simchas Tor;, .. Reform Jws celebrate the end
of the Sukkos festival a day earlier, on Sh'mini Atzeres
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
301-311 Washington ave.. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D.
Feder. Orthodox.
A Sukkos party will be held for ,.11 boys and gnls of elementary I
LDOGE PUBLICITY
COORDINATED
Coordination of B*nai B'rittl
publicity was discussed by a com-
mittee of the Metropolitan B'nai
B'nth council at a luncheon mcet-
ing Tuesday.
C tries R. Jacobson, chairman
0f the publicity committee, re-
pi rts that a dismission was held
on the use of the local press and
the publication of a council bul-
letin.
Those who met with Jacobson
were Walter Traurig, represent-
ing young men's groups; Mrs.
Sam Go'dman, women; Miss Dol-
|y Pi nt. young men; Paul Weitz-
man, Beach lodge.
To Conclude Project
Mrs. Benjamin Appcl. chair-
man of the summr project of the
; Beach Women's Auxiliary
to tie Jewish Home for the Aged,
requests that members and
friends who are participating in
the project turn in their accounts
,t tin- meeting Tuesday afternoon
,,t the Miami Beach Centr.
The project will be concluded
at the November meeting.
Goldman Transferred
Rabbi Alex J. Goldman, form-
er director of the Hille1 founda-
tion at Florida State College for
Women, has been appointed to a
simi'ar position at Temple uni-
V( is.ity in Philadelphia, Pa.
religious school, 10 a.m. Sunday.
Consecration service for children
beginning religious schcool. Suk-
kos service, Wednesday, 8:15 p.m.
Ti ere will be a procession with
th< Torahs and a festival recep-
tion. Memorial service, 11 a.m.
Thursday.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
4144 Chase Ave.
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Liberal
Abraham Cannes, executive di-
rector Of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will -peak on "What's
Wrong With Jewish Education?"
Friday evening. Mrs. Leo Robin-
son and Mrs. Morry Morris will
be ho~t, sses at a reception fol-
li wing the Jewish Education
Sabbath service. Sukkos services,
7:15 p.m. Wednesday. Rabbi
Krcnish will preach on "Why
Don't Jews Want To Pray?" Yis-
cor service, 10:45 a.m. Thursday.
Thi rabbi will preach on "Re-
mi mber." Simchas Torah, Hak-
ofos and consecration service,
10:45 a.m. Friday, Oct. 18.
* ._.......<,., ^..... ... ., ..v.u ,,.. ,, uuvs school age in the synagogue Sukkah on Sunday at 10 am Parent |
are invited to meet the school faculty. Wednesday evening, services i '*
at 5:30 p.m. Thursday ar.d Friday morning services at 8 am Rabbi I
Meschloff will speak on "Engineering Life" on Thursday Simchas \ -,
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Torah Thursday evening and Frid ly morning. R. treshments will be
served to children at both services and flags will be distributed -it
the evening; service. A procession with the Scrolls of Law will take
place at 7 p. m. Thursday and 9 a. m. Friday Yiscoi memorial sei vie .-.
10:JU a. m. lhursdav.
MAIMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Cantor Maurice Mamchet.
Orthodox
Saturday morning services. 9
a.m. Sunday morning, a Sukkas
party for the children of the Tal-
mud Torah will be held at 10
a.m. in the Synagogue Sukkah.'
Thursday and Friday morning,
services at 9 a.m. Rabbi Grauer !
will speak on "Convocation"'
on "In Memoriam." Yiscor, 10:301
a.m. Simcha Torah, 6 p m. Torah
ion and party for children,
who will be givi n flags. Adult
service,. !) a.m. Friday, Childn '
services, 10 a.m. Friday
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
135 N. W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Abraham Friedman
Conservative
Sukkos rally for religii us
Thursday"Yisc"or memoYuTserv-1!S.ho1 children, 10 a.m. Sunday
ices, 10S0 a.m. Simchas Torah Yiscor. 10 a.m. Thursday. Sim-
Thursday at 5:30 p.m. and Friday ?as Torah celebration 7:30 p.m.
;(t 9 a m Thursday for parents and chil-
dren. Rabbi Shapiro's th< me for
discussion will be "Life Span of
Man." Sukkos services, 8:30 a.m.
Friday.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
CENTER
1415 Euclid Ave.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Albert Singer
Conservative
The Sisterhood will sponsor a
Sukkos party 10 a.m. Sunday to
mark the opening of Sunday
school. Sukkos service 9 a.m.
Thursday. Children's services at
10 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will speak
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Jews to make anti-Semitic pro-
paganda punishable under the
libel laws. Sidney Salamon. press
officer of the Board, this week
told a national conference of Jew-
ish youth delegates discussing
the problem of combatting anti-
Semitism.
Gordon Liverman. chairman pf
the Board's defense committee.
reported that fascist elements in
England were "gradually creeping
Ht of thoir k i ^=5>l
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
Reform
Friday evening services, 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will speak
on "Judaism and Nature Festi-
val." Sukkos eelebratien for the
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HARRY BLUMIN. C.P.A.. and CHARLES ROBERT.
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HUl,
(holm Lodge Shorts
wFWS OF THE MIAMI B'NAI BRITH
By CHARLES R. JACOBSON
Week, Oct. 22
^fsholem lodge ready
Ve the first anniversary
eral projects: U) The
'on public affairs w.l
Every broiner a copy of
Told E. Stassen's address
(United Nations charter.
L has mvited Dr. Kus-
Ls to address the Fri-
ar >,onn on Oct. 25th in
fcn Club- 3) Sholem
C Beach lodge men will
.their own UN message
day Oct. 24th, at 9 a.m.
Ir'oStion: Milt
one man shovA He s
ian de luxe. The Hal-
fdance will be a "Fned-
ss," we predict.
i0f Sholcm Lodge News,
Uerg, wails that no one
fce monthly paper. Marx
, thelong list of B.B^ re-
sets printed on page d
thereabouts are still un-
foot a single response was
I regarding the 60 names
I see Phil Wallach, Eli
L Jack Conroy and Lou
If the Luncheon, Friday.
Ice Cromer, John Kronen-
Id Sam Silver streamlined
fctional initiation ritual at
. meeting. Neat job.
Jcr George A. Diamond,
Lteur movie-maker had a
(t the meeting when Con-
, Smathcrs appeared on
for Rem
ICONVAUSC|a
\un-HayPark
wlthRfisort
SIX RECEIVE DEGREES
Summer session graduates of
the T'";-:*--
were
the platform to address our mem-
bers. COPA scored again: it was
an outstanding evening.
The OPA was well represent-
ed at Friday's Luncheon: Al
Kreisler and Lou Click gave the
repast the double-O. Nice to have
you, gentlemen. Lou Heiman,
District No. 5 first vice president,
will again be at the helm of our
final 1946 Membership Drjve,
President Al Pallot has an-
nounced. Slogan will probably be
"Get a Member in November."
Alex S. Cohen back from the
Insurance Conversion, and visits
to Baltimore and Noo Ynwk and
looking fit as a Guarnerius (fid-
dle to you).
Fred K. Shochet attends more
board meetings and committee
meetings, dashing about to make
the evening rounds, like Paul
Revere, only Paul didn't have a
Chryslerand breezy Max 811-
Universitv of Miami
awarded d9Rreeg last week Mal-
colm K. Beal.
flounced.
Among the
registrar, an-
graduates were
AiDert Schwartz master ol
science; David Platt and William
l. Keich. bachelor or arts; Harold
nu-,.BajrberK- Norman Bloom,
Philip Edelman. bachelor of busi-
ness administration.
W'L6lliIO'"COUT-rLOB on
Your M*i
2
DRIVING
WITH
CONFIDENCE
IS
"DOIN' WHAT
COMES
NATCHERLY"
WHEN YOUR
1HEVROLET
IS
SERVICED
AT
ver for a travelling companion.
Did you know that
Sholem lodge nas been represent-
ed at all the meetings of the Dade
County Civil Rights council and
several Ben B'riths are directly
responsible for 1) formation of
the new group, (2) its title, and
(3) stimulating community-wide
interest in its work?
. Charlie Wax, travelling
the south-eastern states for the
JDA (Jewish Defense Appeal)
has chalked up a real mileage
record since he returned from the
service.
. Norman Lyons, the attor-
ney with personality, plays piano
better than average and has
paid his lodge dues for 1947
1947, that is? ____ _____
Concert Subscriptions
Subscriptions to the Miami
Beach Y's Community Concert
scries will go on sale Tuesday,
Jack Marash, executive director,
announces.
Appearing on the series will be
the oFotlight Favorites Operetta
Quartet, Iva Kitchcll, comic dan-
cer; Ray Lev, pianist; Bidu
Sayao, Biailian soprano; Joseph
Fuchs, concert violinist.
The quartet, consisting of Lu-
cielle Browning, Adelaide Abbot,
Edward Kane and John Brown-
he, will open the scries on Dec.
2.
Fire Takes Big Toll
Ten thousand persons will be
burned to death and six hundred
million dollars in property losses
will result from fires this year,
according to figures provided by
the National Fire Protection as-
sociation and the National Board
of Fire Underwriters.
By presidential proclamation,
Oct. 6 to 12 is Fire Prevention
Week. Individuals are asked to
eliminate fire hazards in their
homes and businesses to keep
loss at a minimum this year.
H1LGRAFT 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
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PHONE 2-1711
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
OFFICERS
WILEY R. REYNOLDS
Chairman of the Board
H. BLAKE OLIVER
President
J. G. LEYBOURNE
Vice-President and Trut Officer
HARRY G. RETALICK
Vice-President
C. RUSSELL SOHN
Viee-President
HOWARD A. TYLER
Assistant Viee-President
ROBERT H. MAYO
Assistant Vice-President
WINTON M. WRIGHT
Assistant Viee-President
I. M. ASHMAN
Asst Viee-President and Asst. Trust Officer
BYRON L. RAMSING
Assistant Cashier
F. B. COOGLER, Jr.
Assistant Cashier
KENNETH B. COLE
Assistant Cashier
ROBERT L. HILL
Assistant Cashier
PEG C. DEVLIN
Assistant Cashier
LAURA B. MORGAN
Assistant Cashier
IDA MUHLE
Manager. Safe Deposit Vault
GLADYS ROUSH
Receptionist
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DIRECTORS
G. T. BAKER
President. National Air Lines. Inc.
*H. HOOD BASSETT
Vice-President, Genessee Corporation,
Palm Beach
PRESTON B. BIRD
Preston B. Bird Motor Co., Homestead. FU.
Member Board of County Commissioners,
Dade County
C. B. CHINN
President. Belcher Oil Company
C. E. HOLCOMB
Secretary-Treasurer S A Lynch Corp.
CHARLES D. LEFFLER
United States Navy. Retired
WILLIAM P. MOOTY
President. The Franklin Press, Inc.
H. BLAKE OLIVER
President. American National Bank of Miami
Firat Executive Vice-President, The nrsi
National Bank of Miami
President. Coral Gables First N.onalBank
President, Little River Bank and
Trust Company
President. First Trust Company
BYRON L. RAMSING
Assistant Cashier
WILEY R. REYNOLDS
First National Bank
Ch"'r"vmW B BEYNOU5S. Ii.
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BEBTC. TEED
Vice-President.
139 NORTHEAST FIRST STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
STATEMENT of CONDITION
SEPTEMBER 30, 1946
RESOURCES
Cash and Due from Banks _.._......----- $ 8.355,152.02
U. S. Government Securities 20,460,132.53
All Direct Government Obligations
Canadian Government Bonds 91,474.5b
All Direct Government Obligations
State and Municipal Bonds 904,086.01
Fully Tax Exempt
Marketable Corporation Bonds...........-_ 2,35^.3J5.iu
All Listed on the N. Y. Stock Exchange
Total Cash and Securities
$32,163,780.24
Commercial Loans to Individuals,
Firms and Corporations .......... 5.799.458./!)
F H. A. Title II First Mortgages
'' on Improved Real Estate 52,913.68
Total Loans and Mortgages .......-
Furniture and Fixtures .........-
Federal Reserve Bank Stock ..........
Accrued Interest Receivable
Prepaid Expenses & Other Resources
Customers' Liability-Letters of Credit
Total Resources _................-............
LIABILITIES
ai~.iri $ 500,000.00
Capital (Common Stock) ...................... ^^
S& Profits and Reserves..........- 707^0
Capjtammd^a^^
Letters of Credit.................-
5,852,372.43
53,057.89
30,000.00
124,553.08
19,228.85
51,344.25
$38,294,336.74
Serving with the Armea
Available
C0RLSLECT^SHDEECPKA^MENT
Demand
Time
wWBaiwtf .
Toto^DeposttS-
Total Liabilities ....................
Corporations
$ 1,707,369.80
51,344.25
*
DEPOSITS
. $30,905,843.88
5,629,778.81
Facilities
t0 Banks,
an
-k,,i i DAN DEPARTMENT
PER!Kr.ND^PARTME_NT
S^D^T^ffi
FOREIGN
SAVING
36,535,622.69
$38,294,336.74
d Individuals
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TRUST DEPARTMENT
ACCOUNTS
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PAGE SIX
fJenistFlcridliar
FOR HALLOWE'EN
Hallowe'en will find members
of Sholcm lodge. B'nai B'rith do-
ing the rumba at the Candlelight
patio of the Cadi'lac hotel.
Cany's Latin American orches-
tra will provide the music and
the Association of Rumba Artists
will give an exhibition.
The Oct. 31 event is under the
chairmanship of Milton Fried-
man who announces that only
200 tickets will be sold to insure
ing room for all. Tickets are
$3 per couple and may be obtain-
ed from Friedman or the B'nai
B'rith office, 330 Seybold bldg.
Members of Sho'em lodge
women are assisting in the dance
arrangements.
Beach Lodge To Install
FDR Memorial Class
Ed Grusd, editor of the Nation-
al Jewish Monthly, will be guest
speaker at the initiation cere-
monies to be held by the Miami
Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tues-
day evening, Oct. 22, at the Ser-
vicemen's Pier.
The initiation class, first to be
installed by the lodge, will be
known as the Franklin D. Roose-
velt Memorial class.
Walter C. Kovncr is chairman
of the meeting and will be as-
sisted by Harry Day and Harold
Turk.
Chairman of the initiation team
is Dave Emmer. His assistants
are George J. Bertman, president
of the ledge, and Harry Zuker-
nick.
Beach Y Registers
For Sketching Class
Registration for the Beach Y's
-kite! ing class is still open, Jack
Marash, executive director, slated
11 is week.
The class, which meets from
8:15 to 10:15 p.m. each Monday.
does work with charcoal, pastels
and water colors.
George Gray, internationally
known muralist, instructs the
Li-ted in Who's Who, Gray
lizes in historical mura's of
i e early colonial period. He is
. Miami to do murals for
.- vcral local hotels,
Psychiatrist To Speak
Psychiatric treatment in the
Army will be discussed by Dr.
Herman Silensky at the Sholem
lodge luncheon in the Downtown
Club restaurant, Sybold bldg., at
12:15 p.m. today.
The B'nai B'rith group wi'l
hear Judge Rosa Williams next
Friday and Dr. Russell A. Wile
on Oct. 25.
Program Slated For
Aged Home Residents
Residents of the Jewish Home
for the Aged will be entertained
at the thirdi n a series of monthly
events at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Home. 335 S.W. 12th ave.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
be guest speak'.r. The Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches wi'l sing several
folk songs, accompanied by Jen-
nie Kamern, pianist. Mrs. Gus
Swarz, wife of the Home's archi-
tect, will present a medley of
Jewish favorites, and Miss Flor-
ence Lovinger, soprano, will also
appear on the program, which is
being arranged by Fred Holland,
manager of the Home.
Refreshments will be served
after the program.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Zalis, who
recently celebrated their 25th
wedding anniversary, will be
osts. Mr. Zalis has been finan-
cial si en tary of the Home since
its inception, and Mrs. Zalis or-
ganized and was first first presi-
dent of the Miami Women's aux-
iliary.
Grocery Corporation
Opening of the Everglades
Grocery corporation at 64 N. E.
73rd St. is announced by Sam
Lewis Freeman and Louis Goldin.
The two were formerly' associated
with the Embassy Grocery cor-
poration in New York city.
You Export
And Of Conrse
1 on Are I in ii.V'1
To Honest, Reliable
Anil Intelligent
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DUX JOIN Y
Entire memhrship of the Dux
Club spontaneously joined the
Miami Y at a meeting last week,
Charles Zalis, president an-
nounced.
The club is composed of young
men 16 and 17 years of_age.______
tfttUMpWI SS* i\W tf*
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Facilities for treatments of acute
medical, and convaleicent cases
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habit*. Psy-
chotherapy, Hydrotherapy and
Electric-Shock therapy scientific-
lily n'ven.
P. L. DODGE, M. D.
Medical Director and President
1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
Phones 2-0243 9-1042
Open to Members of
Dade County Medical Assn.
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Mficnuidl
Smothers To Address
Beach Amvets Post _
George Smathers, congressman-
elect, will address a meeting of
the newly formed Miami Beach
Amvets post 8:30 p. m. Monday
at the National hotel, Nat Pol-
lack, commander, announced this
week.
Other speakers will be W. I.
Evans, field director for the War
Assets administration, and Wil-
liam Simmons, local head of the
CPA compliance division.
review the BrnaH, ^J
Yesterday;8 >WA
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OCTOBEMl^l
^J^isiifhridUan
PAGE SEVEN
PL
_. 0f Beth David Con-
Si decide what kind of
Jo and Talmud Ton*
DCtUheV want at a meeting
tfStthta the next few
tarry Markowitt, chair-
Itte cowjrewtion's $525.-
Pfunds drive, announc-
thile campaign commit-
tettine to work Preoara-
Ucitation. which will
to 17. were made by the
bmmittee Sunday. Mem-
Sidnev Lefcourt chair-
Nat Zalka. Nat Adel-
Heiman. Dr. Max Pep-
1 Simons. Sam Weissel.
Veiss. Burnett Roth and
'ui'ldinc planning group,
Sam Weissel. chairman.
: SpectiT. Dave Brown,
tan Phil Levi and Frank
' has met with arcni-
.builders.
fcommittets that are hold-
camoaiKn meetings in-
initial Rifts, headed by
|her- special gifts. Lou
Tgeneral solicitation. Ben
for volunteer workers
, igcued bv Markowitz
that pledge cards are
png prepared.
[To Infltall
U Monday
fcr Miami Jewish Con-
ReHel society will in-
ters at a brunch and card
noon Monday in the
;e hotel.
Hose Levey will be in-
is president; Mrs. Wil-
jvine. first vice president;
lies Jacobs, second vice
it
[ficers, who will be in-
Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
A'ex Libow, recording
Mrs. Jerry Poncher,
Ending secretary; Sol H.
treasurer; Mrs. Alex
financial secretary; Mrs.
linsborough, case chair-
Beth Jacobs Women Two Groups To Hold
Open Season With Party Sukkos Celebrat
Opening meeting of the Sister-
hood of Congregation Beth Jacob '
will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday in
the synagogue community build
ing and will be followed by a
holiday party and special pro-
gram in the Sukkah.
Mrs. Libby Fisher Swerdlin
will present several vocal selec
tions after the business meeting
Mrs. Theodore Landesman i
refreshment chairman. Assisting
her will be Mrs. Meyer Mech-
cheloff, Mrs. Eugenia Lilienftld
Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs
Harry Zeilinger. Mrs. Eugene
Weiss and Mrs. Benjamin Fek
are in charge of arrangements.
The Sisterhood is scheduling i
concert for Dec. 22 and a Night o
Stars for Feb. 9. Plans for the
year's activities were made at
the first board of directors meet-
ing of the season last Monday at
the home of the president, Mrs.
Jack Hirsch.
Center League To Get
New Constitution
New constitution of the Young
Peoples league will be read at
the first open meeting of the sa-
son, 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Reports of summer activities
and committees will be made and
future plans for the group will
be outlined.
Entertainment wi'l be provided
by a magician. Refreshments and
dancing to new records will fol-
low the meeting.
ion
A public Sukkos celebration
will be held ut 8:30 p. m. Sunday
m the Beach Y under the au-
spices of the Jewisn National
Workers Alliance and the Greater
Miami Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation for Palestine.
A program oi Jewish music and
folk sonKs will be headlined by
Cantor A. Friedman, assisted by
A. M. Dorff. choir leader. Cantor
A. Singer and J. Schreibman,
musical director of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, will also
iresenl several .selection;.
Humorous recitations will be
iiven by Max Azar and Manya
ihubov. Dr. M. A. Lipkind will
e guest speaker.
The program was arranged by
he JNWA cultural committee oi
yhich j. Stadlin is chairman.
iasha Ashkenazy will be toast-
naster.
K< freshments will be served.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS Ih.KI.I'.v UIVEN tl
Hi. undcisigned, rVslritig to ei
in business umlei the flelltloiiH naini
hi Light Craft" ra m :;;,- I'j s.
Streel M ami, l In Inn nd to real lei
Maid .....ii' with i Clerk ol he 'ir-
mrl ol D idi 'o mm .. PI. i|
MORTON KIR8CH,
MKYF.lt COHES
RALPH KIRSC1I,
Pal t iioi s.
HARRY DIETZ,
Attornej foi Am II ant
Congress Rldg.
lft;ll-lS-25; ll:!-S
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
busim-HH under the fictitious name ol
PLASTICS UY WYL.L.HART. at 3210
N W. UTili Ave.. Intend to reglstei
Mid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Uade County, Florida.
OUBIE ROSENTHAL
KII'NKY WASHERMAN
Partner!
9/18-20 27 10/1-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Lhe Undei'lsigned, desiring to engage ii.
-s iinuer the fictitious name ol
UbNNETT WHOLESALE CO.. at 73b
V E. First Ave., Miami. Flu., Intends
'.....KUter Mid name with tlio Clerk
i the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
AI. OSHEROKF
9/13-20-27 10/4-11
LEGAL NOTICES
EGAL NOTICES
IS HEItEHY C.IVEN that
lrsient- [under the fictitious name of
lobbing Co., Il.rmitage Hotel.
E 1st Avenue, Miami. Flor-
i tn register said name with
i of the Circuit Court of Dade
HERMAN SOHLUSSEL,
Sole Owner.
TVRK
for a H Jobbing Co.
In Road
stn, Florida
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name d!
J. & I. FRIEDLER CO. not Inc.. at
300 American National Bank Building
Miami. Florida intend t< register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade duntv. Florida.
JACK FRIEDLER
IRVING FRIEDLEi:
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
10/4-11-18-25 11/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uii.lei signed, desiring to engage In
iilslness under the fictitious name ol
VMIA LEE QIPT BHOPPB, at 17U1
S. W. Mh Si, Miami. Florida, intend
0 register suld name with the Clerk
i the Circuit Court of Dade County,
b'loi i.l.i.
HARRY R. SHERMAN
UESSIE SHERMAN
1 20-27 10/4-11-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ho undersigned, ik-slung to engage Ii.
- under the fictitious name o.
lOUIE'S LUNCHEONETTE, at 23:,
v i: First Ave. Miami, Fla., Intends
u reglstei Bald name with the Clerk
if Hi. Circuit Court of Dade County,
'."i iila.
NATE GOEBEI*
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER
Attorney ror Applicant
lln.". I'onaie^s illdg.
1/13-20-27 10/4-11
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN tha'
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
In business under the fictitious nami
of lllsiavne Venetian Hlind Conv
panv at 6201 N. W. 22nd Ave., Miami
Fla., Intends to reglstei -.O'l nami
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County.
SAMUEL P, FLOOD, JB ,
Bole Owner,
10:11-18-15 11:1-8
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOP
TAX DEED
Pile iJTTs
NOTICE If HEREBY GIVEN thai
GAY KORNICK, holder as asslgi
of City ol Mi imi Tax i ;ei I
Numbered 5278, dated the 1st .U*' of
June, A.I | 1642, has fll< d Bald Ci lifl
cate in my office, and has made an-
pllc oi..ii for tax deed to Issue there-
on In accordance with law. Said Cei
Hi..ii.- emli ii lhe following de-
ioi Ihed property, I uated 111 I lade
I'ounty, Florida, lo-wlt:
l.oi :, Itloi k 2, Hat".....1 s
Vdditlon to B rerslde Farms, Plat
Rook I, I'n-. '-'. iti the City of Miami,
oimiv ..f Bade, SI He of Florida.
The assessnienl .-f said pri rl
indcr the Certificate issue.i was In
lie name of I'NKNOWN. 1",,!.
'ertlflcate shall be redeemed accord-
ntr to law Is x deed will Issue I hi i eoi
,u the 23rd day of > loin r, \ i 1948
Dated 'his 1Mb day of September
\ H 1848.
'Circuit Court Seal)
E B. LEATHERMAN.
cieik of circuit Court,
11 ,!, < int -. Florida.
By BETHENIA YV BRYAN,
I>. C
20-27 m/l-il-is
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nmnc of
MODERN HOUSEKEEPING SHOP,
.it 817 S. W. 18th Ave., Miami. Fla..
mends to register the said name
With the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
KENNETH S. CARPENTER,
Sole Owner.
SEYMOUR SIMON,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/13-20-27 1(1/1-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
Ousiness under the fictitious name of
NDIVIDCAL LACNDKY SERVICE
OP MIAMI, at 477 S. \V. 8th Street,
.linmi, Florida. Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
ult Court of Dade County, Florida.
MANUEL BURSTEIN
/ON ZAMPT & SIMON,
Attorneys for Manuel Burstein,
1/27 10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE I!-' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
luslnesa under the fictitious name or
'HAPPIES BAR. at 5801 N. W. 22nd
Ave., Miami, Fla., intend to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
ult Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID I' WIENER
CHARLES CAMPIOI.IA
NATHANIEL .1. KLEIN.
Attorney for Applicants,
f,or I jncoln Road.
9/27 10/4-11-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
luslnesa under the fictitious name of
MIAMI AMUSEMENTS, at 21ini N. E.
- "nd An., Miami. F!a., intend to
eglster said name wilh the Clerk of
la- circuit Court of iia.le County.
Ii Ida
BERNARD II FRANK
WILLIAM A CORNELIUS
MAE LCTWACK
-A.MCi:i. Itl'BIN,
Attorney for Applicants.
' 20-27 l"'l-il-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned arc engaged In busi-
i -- under the fictitious name of
.ABELLE APARTMENTS, at 1195
ndy "rive. Miami Beach. FIoi -
Ii. and intend tn register the said
us name in the office of the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
'ounty, Florida.
I.AWRKNCK HOfT-'MAN
MINNIE HOFFMAN
Sol,. Owners.
IEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorney fn- Applicants.
"27 10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RAKER PLUMBING HEATING
CO.. at 4326 N. W. 3ath Court. Miami,
Fla., Intends to register said namo
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Of Hade County. Florida.
TOM RAKER
9/27 10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALBERT SALES CO. (not inc.). at
22:1 B, Plagler Street, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Ol
Dade Count v. Florida.
MURRAY ALBERT.
9/13-20-27 10/4-11
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(rsien-'l. desiring to engage in
| und.-r the fictitious name of
Sportswear Manufacturing
.at 2163 N.W. Seventh ave..
. Intends to register said
the Cl-rk of the Circuit
| Dade luiiu Florida.
jrving imi'.nberg
harry miluner
nathan laber
LASKY Partner8
tor Applicants
lner-89 bldg,
n l
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Plasticseal Co., not inc.. at Miami
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of
Dade County, Florida. _..,
HENRY A. STEIN-
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Applicant
10/4-11-18-25 11 1
s HEREBY GIVEN that
wnea an- engaged In busl-
MwbS 'il"lous name of
5|J"\pR.....'CTS. at 1101
Miami, Florida, and
Fper the said fictitious
;"' ''"': "r '"- C'crk of
1 wurt of i.ade Qounty.
I^N LEVIN
y'lm-KY LEVIN
CHARLES RUOMER.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
REGAL HOTEL at 615 Fifth St.. Mi-
ami Beach, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the v ir-
cult Court of DadeRCo,m,y.sFI,,n,.a.
Lessee and Operator.
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress bldg.
Miami. Florida
10/4-11-18-25 11/1
A/Lit ii*
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th 8L
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flaeler St.. Miami
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to '-"^l
in business under the fictitious nanv
o| Tropical Sales Bervlceal -"-i -_
21st Street. Miami. 5. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the t-leiK
.f the Circuit Court of Pule >'"">
Florida.
ROBERT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
uant to the Fictitious Name Stat-
ue" that lhe undersigned, doing
itisiness under the fictitious name of
VfOf.I,Y and MAC kosher DEIJ-
ATESSEN ft RESTAURANT, locat-
d at 1425 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, Bade County. Florida. Instead
o register said fictitious name In the
ifflce Of tin Clerk of the Circuit
"nit of Dade County. Florida.
MOLLY APTE.
fnrmerlv known aa
MOLLY WAGNER
MAC MERMELL
NATHANIEL .1 KLEIN.
Attorney for Applicants.
605 Lincoln Rond.
Miami Beach. Fla.
"13-20-27 10/4-11
W. C' K IK
Sole owner
CHERTKi ipf'*
(.'{J-APWcanU.
i iwners.
Bn,,i,I1';I:K,:V <;v'EN that
l..EU.,,.'I)'l':,'"ous name of
Mwni i RVNT at 237 "th
t n t., regisi
fra"'l< of the
'"iniv pi
Lons
County.
said name
Circuit Court
i Ida
' SCIIAFFER
10:11-18-25 11:1
E.. '"r Aiihli,"Jt
j? Applicants
"nVlrtRK,1Y GIVEN that
1 TfKQ iV,l0Ua name f
nvtiiT, S.w "'h Avenue.
"I> thV %n1 '" p?*ter said
^' c,m^,k Si **"- Circuit
r'-RRAAYMAB
; Roth a'
8 U/lPplicanU
BECK
SWIMMER
BECK
NOTICE TO CRKOITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.]
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE. N". 18186
In Re: ESTATE OF
PATRICK DIAMOND Deceased.
To All Creditors and All ^raons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against baiu
Estate: .
You. and each of you, arc hereoy
notified and required to present an>
claims and demands -""o" > '" th,r
either of you. may have against t
estate of PATRICK DIAMOND
eased, late of Philadelphia
^[-710 S.W. 12th AV.MIAMH
L. 3-3431-1
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERALHOME'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lhe undersigned, desiring to engage In
iisinevs under the fictitious name of
SINCLAIR HOTEL, at 507 Espanola
Way, Miami Bench. Fla.. intends to
register said jtamc with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LAWRENCE TAYLOR,
Lessee and Operator
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant,
Congress Bldg.
1/27 10/4-11-18-25
RIVERSIDE
AMBULANCE
SERVICE
123t> Waslinflton A,
Miami Baach
THOS. M. BURNS. JR.
Funerat Director
ABE EI8ENBER0. Treasurer V
Ik, New fork:
76th St. and An.sterdam Ave..
de-
. County.
Pa., to the Hon. W. K B^ANTON.
County Judge of Dade "
file the same in his offi.
ty Courthouse in Dade
County,
e in the Coun-
C.unty. Flnr-
ida. within eight calendar montl
the date of the first putdicat on
Said claims or demands t^.ontamtn^
nths from
hereof.
claimant a
afore-
Sec Sec-
legal address of the
be sworn to and presented a;
said, or same will be barred,
tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate AU.
Date September *&.J*
SEYMOUR. J....SIMON
the
esu^'o^paVrTc-k-'^i^ond.
iS5S$ for BSEn *gg
First publication on Friday. Octoix r
4. 1946
10/4-11-18-36
.
E OfFICWUY KPKSEMT
TKMAJOWnOfHMmMI
JEWISH FWOAl HOMIS
jfiwisfr- Caaft '"n"w "" *"*"*
SERVING Wm BEACH ft MMI
Fvrhi JOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David Beth Jacob Miami
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel tmes
For Further Iniormotioii Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434
^<^^^^^^
PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL
"SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY-
PHONE 9-2664
A Friand in Naad"
2008 W. FLAGLEH
E. E. CARTER. Funaral Director
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Jmktofhrktian
University Program
Miami Beach students at the
University of Florida served as
group loaders in the university's
orientation program for the
lamest freshman elass in its his-
tory.
Among the leaders were
Charles Ciller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Oilier. 1509 Pennsylvania
ave.; Gerald L. Gordon, son of
Mr. and -Mrs. Harry Gordon. 4440
Natilua dr.: Bernard Mezritch,
ZOA Aide In Jacksonville
Herschel Auerbach, dlrectoi oi
the Veterans' bureau oi the Zion-
ist Organization of America, IS
entering the building and con-
struction field in Jacksonville.
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mezritch.
940 Jefferson ave.; Leo
Osheroff, son of Mr. and Mis.
AI Osl eroff. 2485 Meridian BVe j
Alan F. W.'.-tm. Si n Oi living
Westin, 745 Washington ave.
Rabbi Is Guest Speaker
Rabbi Isaiah Rackovsky, Joint
Distribution Committee repres-
entative, was guest speaker dur-
ing Yon. Kippur services at Beth
Tfilah synagogue Saturday. The
rabbi spoke on the necessity of
Jewish people affiliating with the
Zionist movement p-hhi
He is the brother of RaDDi
j. seph E. Rackovsky of Miami.
ROTH HEADS MART
Reelection of Nat Roth as presi-
dent of the Florida Fashion Mart
was announced Monday night
following the opening banquet of
its fall meeting in Tampa.
Other Miami officers, all re-
elected, are Perry Radin. treas-
urer; Elmer Warren, secretary,
and Robert Hays. Murray Marks,
Manny Sheldon and J. E. Watte,
directors.
Klein Gkwr,
volreersa,^J
* the Dade <*\
^ certificates ofa^l
week. ^r their wjjl
Pt few years tea N
tion classes. ^"M
101 East Flagler Street
Miami 30. Florida
Esta :. l 1902
Create) Miami's Oldest
South Florida's Largest
OFFICERS
WILEY R. REYNOLDS
v
i-nt
H. BLAKE OLIVER
Vg. LEYBOURNE
CARL MEEKS
WILLIAM C. HILL
HARRY G. RETALICK
CHARLES El BUKER
CHARLES E. KLUGH
C. RUSSELL SOHN
ROBERT M. McDANALD
ROBERT M. DOYLE. JR.
CLARENCE C NIELSEN
H. FRANK NORTHROP
OLIN G. SYMONS
DAVID bI ALTER. IB.
' Ill, I !wl Tl
RICHARD C. BOGGS
Vli Pn Bidi ni ixI O. E. ROUSH
WINTON M. WRIGHT
WILLIAM B. CATOE
HOWARD A.' TYLER
ROBERT H. MAYO
EDNA A.' LINDBLOM
ERNEST g'. GEARHART
A \ P.lti I lit
j. m. ashman
byron l. ramsing
torrence j. trout
Raymond' ringdahl
william h. rempe
johnpascalis
f. b. coogler. jr.
PEG C. DEVLIN
LAURA B.'MORGAN
ARTHUR McCORMACK
Ai Blstanl !ai hlr
of Miami
101 EAST FLAGLER STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
SEPTEMBER 30, 1946
RESOU RCES
-ash and Due from Banks _..............................WJSfflfi
U S Government Securities 7Z,3Z7,81U.7Z
All Direct Government Obligations. .......
Canadian Government Bonds yb,Zi>U.UU
AH Direct Government Obligations. ..,.,...
State and Municipal Bonds ......... /Ub.Ub7.U9
Fully Tax Exempt.
Marketable Corporation Bonds.........................
All Listed on the N. Y. Stock Exchange.
1,050,472.50
Total Cash and Securities
$94,483,907.73
Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms
and Corporations ..................................-
First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate
Total Loans and Mortgages ........
5,572,750.04
162,888.70
Furniture and Fixtures ................................
Banking House
Other Real Estate .. ...............
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
First National Holding Corp. Stock .........
Accrued Income Receivable
Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources
Customers' Liability
Letters of Credit ............................
Total Resources
LIABILITIES
5,735,638.74
126,735.09
654,878.29
23,69154
109,500.00
300,000.00
273,876.05
138,615.80
212,920.97
$102,059,763,91
*(C "" --* 3'K
Undivided Profits and Reserves............................. 1,381,259.50
Capital Funds and Reserves......._.........................
Letters of Credit ........................................-..................
DEPOSITS
$ 5,031,259.50
212,920.97
Demand .................._................................
Time ..........-.................................
We pay 19! per annum on Time and Savings De-
posits undtr S5.000 and Vi of 1% over $5,000.
Total Deposits ..........____............................
. 86,022,808.17
.... 10,792,775.27
Total Liabilities
96,815,583.44
$102,059^763!
FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO BANKS, CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS
Escrow Departmf
Commercial Banking Personal Check Service Commercial Loans *"V Department
Safe Deposit Vaults Collection Department Savings Accounts ,\c Custodian Accounts Foreign Department Bank By Mail
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
---------------------------DIRECTORS
H. BLAKE OLIVER
U. S. Savings
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
GEORGE E. WHITTEN
President, B irdlne's. Inc.
PAUL R. SCOTT
Loftln, Anderson, Scott, McCarthy &
Preston, Attorneys
. JOHN E. FENN
President, Orange siat,' nil o,>.
WM. P. MOOTY
President, The Franklin Press, Inc.
C. B. CHINN
President, The Belcher oil Company
I I Executive Vice-President,
Fust National Bank of Miami
1': sldenl, Aim-i ican National Hank
of Miami
WILEY R. REYNOLDS
President, Flint National Bank
of Miami
Chsll man of Hoard,
American National Hank of Miami
WILEY R. REYNOLDS, JR.
Vice President, w. it Reynolds A Co.
ROOSEVELT C HOUSER co
President. Florida Bond ortf
BERT C. TEED ^
COMER I. KIMBALL m
Vice-President, W. "
CHARLES G. BRAND
President. Brand Proptr**