The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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/kfe^THE JEWISH UNITY
g_ NUMBER 42
_ MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER
18, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
rests, Violence
mtinue in Palestine
L BERL CORALNIK
JjTA Correspondent
kALEM (JTA)Jew are
nd interned in
despite their acquittal in
re]ease on bail pending
Lao 150 Jews who have
Lined at t:> Latrun camp
Iweeks without any trial
L went on a
Strike in protest against
ted failure of Jewish or-
Tns to -i their release.
hunger >trikc coincides
report thai a British ex-
Jexpect.,: ere shortly to
Ke Pali n, government
lection of special prison
Is near the Latrun camp.
|lrgun Zvai Leu mi has
l a violent attack on lead-
Ithe Jew; Agency now
pr.g in London with the
Igovernn i nt. "The days
me claiming to speak on
J, ,v arc num-
Ithe Irgun .-aid. The de-
|on, contained in leaflets
j by pamphlet bombs that
din the center of the city,
Itr.at thi Agency leaders
I s in the Lon-
Wet bun.: s of the Stern
plodeti in Jerusalem and
x. injuring seven persons,
one seriously. They contained the
usual slogans and warned that
"the roads will be mined and fire
opened on the enemy." They
admitted the mining of roads last
Tuesday, which resulted in the
death of two British officers and
the wounding of three others.
Posters placed on the walls
here reported that two Arab land
brokers who sold land to Jews
had been "executed" by an or-
ganization calling itself the "Arab
Higher Fighters." The posters
warned that any Arab selling
land to Jews would be dealt with
summarily for harming the Arab
cause.
Meanwhile, charges that the
police of Petach Tikvah are en-
gaging in anti-Jewish acts were
made by the mayor in a letter to
the district commander. He cited
54 incidents in which the police
shouted anti-Jewish slogans and
he demanded that measures be
taken against policemen who
paint swastikas on shop windows.
walls, doors and signboards.
The mayor urged that punish-
ment be severe bcause he said
that conduct of the policemen was
embittering the populace. "As
the mayor of a Hebrew town in
Palestine, I am not ready to ac-
cept dishonor," he declared in the
letter.
Ml| SlM'liS
ul Unity
ning di negotiations to
Be two existing kashrus
Miens u .ported this
pnittee, headed by S. M.
perg and Abraham Levi-
appear re the Beth
koard of directors Tues-
pir.g to pn sent a plan for
Pig the Bi th Jacob Vaad
is and the Greater Mi-
Hakashrus.
fipts to bring the two
|together have been made
for a number of years.
lear, th. Greater Miami
[Federation proposed the
,but ni 6 lions failed
iteration recognized the
Miami Vaad with a sub-
f Moses Mescheloff is Cli-
ff the B.th Jacob .Vaad
P>i Joseph E, Rackovsky
|the Greatei Miami Vaad.
7* said that his commit-
prs the unification on the
"that the present kashrus
is confusing to local
*ell a.- the tourist pop-
YZAC To Demand
Aid of Democrats
^RS WITH MUFTI
|0 (JTA)--Premier Sidky
T* week received the ex-
l Jerusalem for 40 min-
Wortedly m connection
p political activity in
th^h"'^"1 t0,d re"
Linal the v; i was strictly
V d refused l make a
r'at his government has
F J>ny action on the Tru-
Pment
concerning Pales-
Mid that he has no
lexmine the question.
Determined to get action on the
United States policy of opening
Palestine to Jewish immigration,
young men and women of the
Greater Miami area will join
Zionists throughout the country
in circulating petitions this week
The petitions, which call upon
the Democratic National commit-
tee to keep j's platform promises
about the Hoiy Land, will be
distributed by members of the
local Young Zionist Action com-
mittee, Harold G. Shapiro, chair-
man, announced.
Committee members will be
stationed at Collins ave. and 15tn
St., Washington ave. and 13th st.
and Washington ave. and Fifth
st., from Saturday night through
Tuesday. Others will make 9
house-to-house canvass. F i v <
thousand signatures will be
sought.
The Democrats have repeatedly
favored opening of Palestine to
unrestricted Jewish immigration
and the establishment of a free
and democratic Jewish common-
wealth. In addition, President
Truman has requested that 100 -
000 European Jews be allowed to
enter Palestine. .
The campaign will be carried
out in conjunction with the Na-
tional Young Zionist Action com-
mittee.
Lodge to Hear
National Editor
Three hundied members of the
Miami Beach lodge B'nai B'rith
will be initiated Tuesday eve-
ning in ceremonies at the Mu-
nicipal Pier, Miami Beach,
ge J. Bertman, president, an-
nounce.-.
Edward E. Grusd, editor of the
Natii nal Jewish Monthly since
l!>28, will be guest speaker. For-
president of a lodge in north-
ern Virginia, Grusd was Amer-
ican correspondent for the Paris
"
EDWARD GRUSD
Jewish newspaper, "i'L'niv.i-
Israelite," and foreign corres-
pondent in Europe for the Ohio
Slat" JournbL
David Emmer is chairman of
the initiation team which will
pn side over the ceremonies for
the new members who will be
known as the Franklin Delano
R sevelt class.
ItariH'Ei Wins
.III Award
NEW YORK (JTA)Bernard
M. Baruch was named winner of
I the human brotherhood award
given annually by the Fraternal
Li : Jewish. Education
Committee of New York a? the
league's annual convention held
at the Waldi rl Ast ria hotel.
This i- the fifth annual award
made "for the most significant
contribution to the promotion of
human brotherhood." It was
voted to Mr. Baruch for his ef-
forts in furthering world peace
as American delegate to the U.N.
Atomic commission. The formal
presentation will be made at a
later dale.
Former recipients of the lea-
gue's award are Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Dr. Arthur H. C
ton. University of Chicago physi-
cist; Supreme Court Justice Frank
Murphy and former UNRRA Di-
rector General Herbert H. Leh-
man,
Agency Gets Terms
For Action in Parley
JERUSALEM (JTA)A nine-point proposal for Jewish Agency
participation in the London conference on Palestine was reported
this week to have been forwarded to the Jewish Agency through
the Palestine government. It suggested the following:
1. The detained leaders of the
U.S.
Visa
Refuses
to Sneh
WASHINGTON (JTA) Dr.
Mcshe Sneh, a member of the
Jewish Agency executive who
the British charge is one of the
leaders of the Haganah, has been
refused a visa to the United
States by the American consulate
in Paris, it was learned here. He
was invited by the Zionist Or-
ganization of America to address
the ZOA convention which opens
at the end of this month in At-
lantic City.
Replying to an inquiry by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, El-
liot B. Coulter, assistant chief of
the visa division, said that Sneh
was refused a visa on the basis
of his activities in Palestine. How-
ever, Coulter and other sources
in the State department stressed
that the entire matter was still
under consideration and that a
decision could be expected soon.
Weil Gets Highest Honor
The medal of merit, the na-
tion's highest civilian decoration
was presented to Frank Weil,
president of the National Jewish
Welfare board, and six other Ui>u
leaders last week in New York.
Weil was cited for his work as
vice president of USO and a
member of its policy and execu-
tive committees.
Heads Einstein Project
NEW YORK (JTA)-Thc Al-
ien Einstein F undation, through
its board of directors, has an-
ncunced the .lection of S. Ralph
Lazrus as president, to succeed
Dr Israel Goldstein, who resigned
Sept 16. The Foundation plans
to establish a Jewish-sponsored,
secular, non-quota university in
Waltham, Mass.. to be open to
.indents and faculty on the sole
basis of scholastic merit.
Iftcarli Group
Aids Orphans
A seven-year-old girl, only
survivor of a Polish Jewish fam-
ily of seven, has been adopted by
the Workmen's Circle, Branch
692, of M i a m i
Beach, it was
announced this
v.. ok. An ap-
peal for funds
for t h e girl,
Fani Sutton, is
in o w being
i made.
Fani was rcs-
' cued by a priest
' when her par-
ents and broth- Fan.
(rs and sisters were taken to a
concentration camp and killed.
Alter the war she and 24 other
children were transferred from
the church in Poland to the
Vladek Home in Paris.
But the Home does not have
facilities for the children and a
request for maintenance funds
was addressed to American or-
ganizations.
The Beach Workmen's Circle
learned of Fani's plight through
a relief worker who just returned
from France.
At a dinner Sunday evening,
the Circle raised $300 which will
repay the priest who rescued
Fani. Another $300 is being
sought to take care of the child.
The Circle will provide for the
girl until she is 18 years old.
Other children may also be adopt-
ed by the group.
Persons interested in contribut-
ing to the fund may send checks
to the Workmen's Circle Lyceum,
25 Washington ave., Miami Beach.
B'nai B'rith to Mark
UN Week On Radio
B'nai B'rith will mark United
Nations week with a 15-minute
broadcast over Station WIOD at
9 a.m. Tuesday.
detained leaders
Jewish Agency will be released,
provided they undertake not to
engage in the type of activities
for which they were arrested.
2.' Those leaders are not how-
ever, to participate in the London
conference as representatives of
the Jewish Agency.
3. The Jewish Agency should
guarantee that the underground
Jewish groups will not disturb
the peace.
4. The Jewish Agency shquld
take steps to end "illegal" im-
migration.
5. The immigration quota is to
continue on the basis of 1,500
visas monthly, with the Jewish
immigrants who are detained in
Cyprus to be brought to Pales-
tine to await release under the
quota.
6. Military and police searches
will cease and no arrests will be
made if the Jewish Agency ac-
cepts the above conditions.
7. The period of quiet which it
is hoped will follow the above
steps should be used for prelimi-
nary negotiations prior to the re-
sumption of the London confer-
ence.
8. Only the Morrison Grady
planthe "federalization plan"
shall be a basis for negotiations
and no other proposal. Jewish
immigration is to continue into
the Jewish part of Palestine un-
der the above plan and in accord-
ance with its absorptive capacity.
(Continued on Page 4)
Meyer Heads
Loan Fund
Baron de Hirsch Meyer was
elected temporary president of
the new community loan service
following its establishment Mon-
day evening at Temple Beth
Sholom.
The independent agency, to be
known as the Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund, Inc., was approved
by the general membership of
the Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau, which formerly controlled
the granting of loans.
Following the JSSB meeting,
the agency held a meeting to
adopt its charter and elect offi-
cers. The charter was to be pre-
sented in court this week.
The agency will grant non-in-
terest bearing loans up to $300
to eligible persons. Loan funds
of JSSB will be transferred to
it. There is a possibility that loan
fund reserves of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation may be
combined with JSSB money for
the loan agency.
Besides Meyer, officers are
Leon Kaplan, Joseph Lipton and
Elry Stone, vice presidents; Max
R. Silver, secretary, and Benja-
min Meyers, treasurer.
Other directors are J. Gerald
Lewis, Sam Lachman, Louis
Touby, Ralph Kaplan, Jerome
Weinkle, Harold Ungerleider, Hy-
land Rifas, Jacob Eppstein, Henry
Perlish, Isaac Levin, Leo Eisen-
stein, Carl Gardner, Max Meisel,
Jack Abbott, Irving Frankel,
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, George
Wolpert, Albert Quadow, Mrs.
Harry Faber, Sam Weissel.
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VeUctiatty, fyxeaMng,
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Trustees of the MU Sinai
hospital will be entertained at
a buffet supper Wednesday
evening at the home of Sam
Blank, chairman of the initial
gifts unit of the hospital's forth-
coming building fund cam-
paign ... ...
A rehabilitation hjnquet will
be gien by the Jewish Peo-
ples Fraternal Order. Lodge
192, at Manning's restaurant, 7
p.m. Monday. R. Saltzman.
general secretary of the order,
will be guest speaker .
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green,
1451 S. W. Fifth St.. have left
for New York to join their fam-
ily and friends in celebrating
their 53rd wedding annivers-
ary. At the same time their
son and daughter-in-law will
mark their 25th anniversary .
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Berk
have returned from their honey-
moon and are residing at 445
15th st. .
First anniversary present for
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Apte, 435
S. W. 31st rd., was their son,
Robert, who was born Monday
at Jackson Memorial hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bimberg,
1745 S. W. Sixth st., celebrated
their 18th wedding anniversary
Monday. They were hosts at
a party for the Southern Con- j
ference of Human Welfare Sun-
day evening and Tuesday eve-1
ning hey entertained the Great-
er Miami Jewish Folk Chorus.
Mrs. Hanah Epstein of Brook-
lyn is visiting her daughter.
Mrs. Sam Greenbaum, 1132
Euclid ave. Miss Ruth Ros-
POSITION WANTED
By niiddle-aged wom.in at
companion to lady or man or
couple. Also housekeeping and
light nursing Preferably on
Be.ich. Telephone 5-1548 be-
tween 9 and 10 A.M. or 5 and
6 PM.
enfeld. McKeesport. Pa., is now
making her home here. She
is the cousin of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Gardner. Rex hotel.
Mrs. Gardner's sister, Miss
Marjory Klee. arrived Monday
from Pittsburgh to reside here.
She was recently released from
the Marines .
Mrs. Sarah Kornberg arrived
from Brooklyn Thursday to visit
her son, David Charles
Freefield is now in his new
home at 710 Jefferson ave. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff,
J338 S. W. 25th ter., have re-
turned by plane from a trip to
New York and Philadelphia
... Mr. and Mrs. F. Glazer. 852
Jefferson ave., left Thursday for
a vacation in Chicago. New
York and Boston. They will
attend the weddings of two
cousins, Seymour Newman and
Miss Edie Weiss, of Brooklyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack,
905 Michigan ave., have re-
:urned from an extensive trip.
After a short stay at the Beach,
they will continue travelling
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L.
Lewis and daughter. Barbara,
of Duncraggan Inn, Henderson-
ville, N. C, are wintering in
Miami
Mrs. Monte Selig, member of
the executive committee of the
national women's division,
United Jewish Appeal, attended
a special meeting in New York
city Monday and Tuesday to
plan relief for European Jewish
war survivors .
Mrs. Elizabeth Urban. 1568
Washington ave., has returned
from Long Beach, L. I. After
spending four and one-half
months at Avon Lake, Ohio,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss,
561 N. E. 68th st., are at home
. Allan T. Abess is on a
fashion-buying trip in New
York. '
Paramount I'oiillrv To.
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Specializing In
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SHOCHET ON DUTY TUESDAY A. M.
ALL DAY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
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Also A Full Line of Fruits and Vegetables
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CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Announces Removal of Offices to
1428-29 DuPONT BUILDING
Phone 3-4717
Ethel Rosman To Say-
Marriage Vows Sunday
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Miss Ethel Rosman and Alan
Chassner will exchange marriage
vows in a ceremony to be per-
formed at 2 p. m. Sunday by Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman in the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
The bride-elect, daughter of
the Louis Rosmans 1205 Meridian
ave., will be attended by Miss
Lorna Chassner, maid of honor,
and the Misses Martha Ebsten..
Audrey Gelb, Shirley Holtzman
and Rosalie Sepin, bridesmaids.
Malvin Rothlein will be best
man for Mr. Chassner, who i^
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Chassner, 519 S. W. 19th rd. Ush-
ers will be George Bernstein, Eh
Breger, Samuel Rosner, and My-
ron Salmon. Elliott Levy, the
bride-elect's nephew, will serve
as ring bearer.
After a honeymoon in the
north, the couple will reside at
227 First st., Miami Beach.
j PRIVATE PIANO
i INSTRUCTION
Manhoffs Await
Completion of Home
Following their honeymoon in
Havana, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Man-
ioil are residing at Miami Beach
until their home in the southwest
section of Miami is completed.
Tha couple was married at
Jacob Aug. 25. Mrs. Man-
hnif. the former Evelyn Schecter,
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Schecter. She was edu-
cated m Miami,
il( : husband, son of the Hy-
man Manhoffs, attended schools
in Philadelphia ana was with
the Seventh Army in the Euro-
pean theatre of war.
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For The Best
It is with pleasure that I
extend Best Wishes to
my Friends on the
occasion of the
observance
of
ROSH HASHONA
REMEMBRANCE CARDS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
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PRESIDENT 10 SPEAK IT 2 HADASSAH EVENTS
, i i) Shapiro, of Au-
Kui tern president
j'-ch will speak on
Their Veins or Oil? -
Palestinian con-
a, a meeting of the
,dassah at 1:30
Za in Beth David au-
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to the World
which will be
I switzerland in December.
[also a member of the na-
[board Hadassah. In her
Lwill Rive an evaluation
ntribution to the
Jewish national
,1.
,, Frome, program
I introduce Mrs.
Maurice Mam-
I veral Sukkos
L Harte and Mrs. Harry
Mfwill b. in charge of re-
nents. Mrs- Joseph Carp
MRS. I. D. SHAPIRO
Mizrachi To Meet, Plan
Benefit Fish Dinner
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[install officers
Walsey will be
nt of the Mi-
L renter Sister-
n at 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the
SI c Iborne ho-
tel. Mrs. Wal-
gey succeeds
Mis. Joseph M.
Rose.
Kabbi Irving
I. e hr m a n,
guest speaker,
will be intro-
duced by Mrs-
Milton Sirkin,
mistress of
ceremonies.
L l ff, formerly of
C t Opera Guild,
I ; the operetta,
I iste," and will
it. Mrs. Kraff
tzie Scheff, for
V. it wrote the
, s 1 be accompa-
| reibman, mu-
: Center. Mrs.
kg :. arranged the
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installation
iiiun is Ml William oasie.
:,. Mrs. Sey-
B. B. Wolf and
( Saa ucl G erg. Mrs. Nat
large of floral
f Walsey, officers of
|i b Mrs. M. S. Ru-
lent; Mrs. Irv-
ihrmi Raymond Ru-
'' Klein, vice pres-
te Mrs, G( vn.v Goldberg,
fcrer; Ben Kohn, finan-
pcretj Seymour Ru-
retary; Mrs.
nd Mrs. Jack
.. win g secretaries,
' J M. Rose, chap-
First meeting of the season will
be held by the Mizrachi organi-
sation at the Beth Jacob com-
munity building Saturday eve-
ning.
Important committee reports
will be made and refresh
will be served.
Mrs. S. M. Orundwerg an-
nounces that the organization
will hold a home-cooked gefilte
fish luncheon at 1 p. m. Sunday,
Nov. 3, at the Beach Y for the
benefit of the group's refugee
children's village in Palestine.
At a similar affair held in Sep
tember, Mizrachi raised over
$300. Working with Mrs. Grund-
I!,: and Professional
' n ol Had
is installatii n with
an entertaii ew mem-
i y evening
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' evening will be
I rael 1). Shapiro, soul!
ent o| Hadas-
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corn i i retary; Esl ei
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j Edward Curs Hornick
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65 Bowlers Enter
League Competition
Strikes, spcj'es, moans and
groans are in fague every Thurs-
day evening at the Recreation
Bcwling Center where the Ema-
non club of the Miami Y is hold-
ing its second big league, accord-
ing l<> Sam Kratish, president.
Nine teams of 41 men and four
teams of 20 girls are participat-
ing in the league which will run
for 36 weeks with a split season
arrangement of 18 weeks. Win-
ner of the two halves will play
off for the championship.
Now in the fifth week of com-
petition, the "Needleitts" and
"Starkeites" are tied for firs;
place among the men's teams.
percentage is 777. Bob
leading bowler last year,
is in first place with an average
of 154. Harold Bcrkowitz and Nat
Etkins are next with averages of
153. Kratish is in charge of the
men's division.
Betty Kratish and Jean Guber-
man, averaging 121, lead the
women's league which Anita
Samuel is directing.
Prizes will be given to the ten
best bowlers and the winning
teams.
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VOLUME 19 NUMBER 42
Miami 18, Florida. Friday. October 1H. 194G
TISHRI 23, 194ii
A MERITED AWARD .
Mr Bernard M. Baruch has been the recipient oi many
awards in his rich life. Yet, we are sine, he must have found
deep gratification in being named the winner of the human
brotherhood award of the Fraternal League of the Jewish tdu-
cation Committee of New York.
For centuries preachers and teachers have been harping on
the fact that the salvation of mankind lies in the attainment of
brotherhood among all men, irrespective of race, color or creed-
Yet this simple faith still remains mankind's most elusive ideal.
Thousands of books have been written on the origin of wars, but,
basically, the cause is to be found in one source lack of true
human brotherhood. Human brotherhood means understand-
ing, kindness, love, tolerance, respect for the opinions and re-
ligious beliefs of others. A world dominated by those simple
faiths would certainly know no wars, either among nations or
groups.
Mr. Baruch is now the center of a great controversy the
atomic bomb issue. But we are sure he would gladly scrap
the atomic bomb for the more potent peace weapon true hu-
man brotherhood.
Soviet Returns
Jewish Property
NEW YORK (JTA)An in-
quiry cabled by the Jewish Tele-
lie Agency to Marshal Joseph
Stalin with regard to Jewish
pr perty in Vienna reported 10
have been presented by Russian
military authorities to a non-
Jew, resulted m an investigation
and a reply from the political
representative of the USSR in
Austria that the property in
ti n was returned to the for-
mei J( '. is iwner after t:.i So-
viet ilitary "temporarily settled
I use an Austrian woman
husband had perished in
a concentration camp during the
German occupation."
Tlir reply, transmitted to the
Teli graphic Agency by
thi Soviet consul general in New
York, Jacob M. Lomakin, em-
zes that the district where
thi ; roperty is located is row in
i British zone and the Soviet
authorities have had nothing to
do with it since September, 1945.
Truman Upholds
Original Stand
LONDON (JTA)A foreign
office spokesman confirmed this
week that Prime Minister Attlec
has received a reply from Presi-
dent Truman to the British pre-
mier's sharp note in which he
protested the issuance by the
President of his statement on
Palestine. The President's com-
munication will be discussed by
the Cabinet.
It was repotted in Washington
that Mr. Truman had reiterated
his proposals for a solution of the
Palestine problem and queried
Mr. Attlee as to whether his gov-
ernment planned to follow the
recommendations.
Replies by the government to
a series of written questions on
Palestine submitted by members
of Parliament during the Parlia-
mentary recess are expected to be
made.
Obituaries
BOYELL
Mm. Antoniu I nt <
llll ,1 S., ll| ...\ II, g ..
s'h' In Hurvlvvd li Iuiik do i. .M.i-
of Cl R; torn nun*, Han j
Boy el I, :.: .- v, mid Louis
IMI H VV 22ml .iv' David
Hiid Samii' !. Iiol h "i 'hicugu.
RUBIN
Mi.- Uclli Rubin, 62, "i II 76th .
M licii Ii. died III .i li..-|.ii..l Sal
iftel a I hen iwo ii "inh ago Iro
Sin \ i\ nig ri liei husband, Joseph
Kubln '"hi a daughter. Mis.
|1 I'.llll" t IHiW :il M .inn II. .1. Ii
!" other daughters and .i son, all
"I 'III' ag(l vv 111 I III'' l""lv hill I" :,
Benl i'v Kivertddi Memorial chapel.
WOLENSKY
Mi Lena U nil i -l-.v. 7 I, dli 'I at
hi i hi H dilngton .i v. Ml
iml Hi Intuidnj She had Ih .!
heri lu > .ii -. "in Atlanta,
i ;.i w hen '" hlldri n now live
II :. Mi il chapel an ged
for bi : v et In Al'
NELSON
I. .. \. i IO| Royal I aim
ave., Miami lieach. who died Thura-
dn> In \ .v Vork, wan burled In
Mount II. bn l/ong laland, I r>
mi BervlceK s ih'l;i\ mi Pai k Wi Bi
hapel. New Yorl Bi Idi
v. Ml H BrouKi Si nd
11 "i Vtai' In Nelni ii .ii"I
Selxon, in' i- v Ivi .1 i.v fn.
1 lughti M M.iv Mi *. -. Mi-
Anna CSoldberK. Mr* li.n. Aronovitl,
Mi, Lillian Mil el nd M I'.. Ni 1-
snn, .til of Sew York H. wan en-
rriu'.-il In ..-,,
and came hei In 193 to Ii
HOLLANDER
Paul Holland' r, 18, w i. rerenl
moved here from Si vv York i'i'v died
l.'-i Tl.ii- v lav i ..-lil in a Ii- iplt.il II.
'iv.-.1 mi '.r, I'. ..n-v I van In ave Minn-!
Thi retired hi ad of n S v.
Vork ti ..... i 'ii
ber "f tli- i hi.i I'. Ilowx lodi
L' i hN wll.vv V v i ||.
lander, and thi da igl I s. -. i
< ..i ranged bj the Bi < h. M
rial ch
MARCUS
'in ol M i 7! "f 17 I Ith Hi
M mf Relfel lied in1 T ii las lr n
He I
II-tit v.... ago and li I w if.
Mra. Tlettv Marcud
ter and n broth' i TI bodv v.
i.. N. w York City by Rlverxlde Me-
morial chapel
FLEISCHER
Mr- Ida Pli II ''
Mi in i Ri m h. .ii. .1 l.i Tin -.l;i\ -ii.
came lo Miami Ri a h thr.ei vcart
in fi "" Si vv York fit;
jre In r huabai d, .1.....
I-l.ir. n. ,i Bon. i.. .. M"i
ri Cohen; two brothi Charli u I
' I i nd all "f
Miami Reach Hi rvlce* wen hi I
Palmer Puni ral Homi
Myers Aids Planning
For Conference Future
NEW YORK. Oct. 15Stanley
C. Myers, of Miami, national
president of the Council of Jew-
ish Federation and Welfare
funds, has accepted cooption to
the committee on future organ-
ization of the American Jewish
rence, Dr. Maurice N. Eis-
endrath, chairman, announced
Large areas of agreement with
i to the organization of a
permanent body to succeed the
Conference are in prospect fol-
lowing several preliminary meet-
ings of tlu committee which were
i eld during the summer, Eiscn-
drath said.
General principles which will
govern the future organization
will be formulated at a meeting
m N,w York during November.
The conference hopes to bring
all segments i f American Jews
together in assisting Jewish dis-
placed persons in Europe and
settling the Palestine problem.
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AGENCY GETS TERMS
FOR ACTION IN PARLEY
iContinued from Page 1)
Lati i" .in opportunity will be
given to discuss the political sta-
ins of the Jewish part of the
country.
0. Jews who are at present in
Palestine, as well as those who
will enter the autonomous Jewish
section of the country, will be
entitledin due timeto indc-
pendence in the form of a Jewish
state.
A Jewish Agency spokesman.
commenting on the informal talk.
which are now being held be-
tween British representatives and
lead) i- of t! i Agency, stated that
the Jews are advancing three ma-
jor demands:
1. Unconditional release of the
detained Jewish loaders held at
the Latrun camp: 2. Cessation of
searches, (specially in the agri-
cultural settlements which have
obviously nothing to do witn
terrorism; 3. The release of all
the Jewish immigrants interned
m Cyprus, as a gesture of good
will.
"The ball is now in the hands
of the British government," the
spokesman said. He expressed
the hope that the situation will be
clarified next week.
Commenting on reports in the
Egyptian puss that the establish-
mi nt of the 12 new Jewish set-
tlements in the Ngev waa aimed
at preventing the building of a
British military base there, the
Jewish Agency spokesman denied
that the Jews had any such in-
tention and stressed that they
ecognize Britain's legitimate in-
terests in Palestine.
UN PROGRAM SET
FOR COUNCIL LUNCH
Annual opening luncheon of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, Miami section, will be
held on Friday, Oct. 25, at the
Ritz Plaza hotel, 1701 Collins
ave., Mrs. Nat L. Williams, presi-
dent, announces.
The program, arranged by Mr-
Harry Barnhard, chairman of the
international relations and peace
committee, will celebrate the
first anniversary of the United
Nations with a round table dis-
cussion of "United Nations or
Else." Speakers will be Dr.
Andrew W. Gottschall, Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman and the Rev. Paul
Nathan Jewett.
Musical selections will be pre
sented.
Mrs. William Fair is chairman
of the luncheon committee. Her
cochairmen are Mrs. Willjam
Slepian and Mrs. Joseph William-
son. Reservations are being
taken by Mrs. Frank Weiss, chair-
man, and Mrs. Jack Janoff and
Mrs. M. Dreyer.

Culture Committee Name
Mrs. Leo Huberman
Mrs. Leo Huberman was re-
named chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Cultural commit-
tee at a recent meeting. Other
officers elected were Maurice
Grossman, secretary, and Jack
Marash, treasurer.
Plans were made to assure a
complete sellout of the concert
series before the first event,
Marash said.
The committee, composed of a
number of local organizations,
will sponsor the appearance of
James Waterman Wise and Chay-
im Greenberg in a symposium,
Sidor Belarsky, baritone; Mar-
guerite Kosenn. soprano, and
Julius Chajes, pianist and com-
poser: Zvee Scooler, monologuist,
and Benjamin Zemach, dancer.
Miss Shapiro Directs
Hotel Public Relations
AVC ELECTS FREIDSON
Edward Freidson is the first
permanent chairman of the
American Veterans committee.
Miami Beach chapter.
Other new officers are Merton
Gettis vice chairman; Miss Shir-
ley Barnett, secretary; Raymond
H. Brown, jr., treasurer; Lee
Cornfield, historian, and Dick
Greenbaum, iergeant-at-armi.
PHI SIGS ELECT
MRS. ROSENBERG
Miss Helen Shapiro of Bright-
M has been engaged as
' ir of guest and public re-
of the Raleigh hotel, Mi-
ami Bench. She is also private
secretary to Samuel A. Rivkind,
managing director of the hotel.
Mi's Si.apiro was publicity di-
rt ctor ft r the Combined Jewish
* ii of the Greater Miami
' Fi d< ation last winter.
Mr, Rivkind. who is general
chairman of thi 1300,000 build-
ing fund campaign of the Miami
1 Y. has announced that
Miss Shapiro has been named
publicity director of the drive.
BEACH Y RESUMES
ARTS. CRAFTS CLASSES
Arts and crafts classes for chil-
dren and adults were reopened at
the Beach Y Tuesday.
Work is done in leather, wood,
cork, plastic, metal, raffia, paints,
pastels and felt under the direc-
tipn of Miss Reva Romer.
Children's classes are held at
4:30 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday
and adult classes at 7:30 p. m.
on those days.
Registration for the arts and
crafts classes as well as the Mon-
day evening sketching classes is
still open.
Mlss Betty "TV
|SKiney Fe>tn'w>l
!'"""'*' vows al 2*J%
1 n Ult'S"Phire nl ***
"";; h.wp ifjja
w' officiate. *'--
The brid.c.]ct .
Miss Marion smJ^S
* "Wt man f0r0,C^
, !'' Umyersity 0[ kJJI
tnchsh literature at Cw2J
Vers"y >" England H^j
."'; "' Ujf Edward f;1
J.iiKvm. Mich., and 233JI
ave., Miami Beach.
1 >uple will reside A
:m.i LJ<-ach after a tr.ptoj *
ut ()f l"wn guests tt.1
attend ,.,, weddlng ^1
fn<> Mrs. Abe Shap,, 3
ily of Jacksonville audit
1 Mrs. Harry Halpcrr. and I
of Palm Beach.
Congress Seeks U
; For Monthly Bulletin
A subscription to ft, ty
Review seiies willbeawau
fh" Mi Beach AiMncul
ish C Women's
: Ithi |ii rson suggesting |
for the orga_
monthly publication, Mrs.
' m, chairman, an
Entries must be ser.t to I
Lehrman by Nov. 1. JudgesJ
be Mrs, Lehrman, Mrs BqJ
Sherry. Mrs. Louis Glasser.1
I. M. Weinstein ar.d Miss 1
Weiss.
Thi first review will id
at the Miami Beach JewiaC
tei F. lay, Nov.
Congress' interculturalj
gram will begin on Nov. 211
Clarence Conn, chairman |
nouni
Plans have been ccn.
the membership rally and!
rec ford hotel on Monday afl
Oct. 28.
MSL Members To Train
For Scout Leadership
Miami Service league members
will enroll in the local Girl Scout
leaders' training course, prepara-
tory to becoming scoutmasters at
the Miami Y.
An MSL committee composed
of Mrs. B. A. Sterling, chairman
of the scout project; Mrs. Norman
Weisman, Mrs. Joseph Bermann
and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, MSL
president, met with Miss Holt,
Miami scout officer, last Tues-
day.
Girls between the ages of 7
jnd 12 years who wish to become
scouts may register at the Y.
Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, 424 F..
San Marino dr., is president of
the newly formed alumnae club
of Phi Sigma Sigma. She
elected last week with Mrs. Rob-
ert Rosen, treasurer: Mis Wil-
Mam H. Levy, secretary and
Sphinx reporter; Mrs. Mane] Lu-
bel, social chairman, and Ml T
R. Simons, alumnae advisor.
The group is planning a tea for
Miss Esther Malter, national ex-
ecutive secretary, when she ,-,r
rives -from New York on ;.n of-
ficial visit.
Contest Open for Essays
On Group Adjustment
A cortoM offering a first prize
of $2,500 and a second of $500 for
best 40.000 to VO.OOO word es-
says inve problems of
Broup adjustment in tho United
. is announced today bv
he Institute for Religious and
bOCl I Studies of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary, New York
i-itv
1 titute will publish the
manuacripl in a volume
to he distributed bv Harper ft
Brothers. The contest will con-
dud, Octcbsr 31. 1947.
Miss Jablon Betrothed
To Accountant
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Jablon of
1680 Collins ave.. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sylvia, to Allan Krosskove, of
Philadelphia, Pa., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Krosskove of Atlantic
City, N. J. Mr. Krosskove is an
accountant.
They will be married Oct. 29
at the Versailles hotel. Rab.oi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
DEBBS Slate Boat Ride
Rumba and jitterbug contests
will highlight the boat ride to be
sponsored by the Debbs chapter
of B'n.ii B'rith between 8:30
p. m. and midnight Wednesday.
Tl o boat will leave from Fifth
it, and Alton rd. Tickets may be
obtained from Miss Bernyce
Badenei 126 8 W Ninth av.
Miss Sussman Attends!
Junior HadassahMeet)
Miss Dorothy S,
turned t Miami Beach eiM
week after attending a it
board meeting of Junior I
sah in Savannah Oct. 12
In the absence of Mrt
Prankel Genet, Mi's StT
gavc the president's repa
educational chairman o! *J
gion, she reported on her"
mittee's activities. .
Miss Sussman also -(!l
"What Junior HadMsah**!
the Young Jewish Girl >tr*
of the sessions.
JacobsonToGiveTalkl
On Musical Instrument
Charles R. Jacobscn J1
on "Musical InstrumcnlsaMl
Part They Play in J
Orchestras" before *J
Miami IntcrculturJ J3,
1:30 p. m. Sunday at u
Miami Beach.
Harrison Bard
original story enWW
Concerto for Violin and ^
which will be iUus^ by
sical excerpts.
Chaim Reuben Rose
man of^o^am^
Sunday School 0*4
Sunday school d** J
Miami Jewish Orttad
Ration will open at W*
announces. ". u.j-1
giou, school is ^^
a, ,he Talmud Torah
to 6 p. m. weekday i
Rabbi Grauer JFJ
.Beginnings a*' Frlday. Sf
uled for 5:30 Pj^fl
day morning sen .ces ,
,t 9 a. m. ndM.r.cM
p. m


L OCTOBER 18. 194B
,i pioneer Women
fold Benefit
Mefit PP for the child
; fund of club number one,
L Miami Pioneer Women s
Cation for Palestme wiU
L from 6 P. m. Sunday a
Lc of Mr. and Mrs. Joel
sTimh S VV. Hth ter.
rMax Shapiro will be
fc cake, and the Rev. Mau-
Mumches wiU P^sent sev-
nusical selections.
f pearl Raidman, who is
turn of the fund, will spon-
,e affair- She will be assist-
1 Mr* Henry Seitlin, Mrs.
Pushkin and Mrs. Anna
THROUGH STATE
[follow WEDDING
Ineymoon trip to northern
wil] follow the wedding
Is Ethil ll.ii tman and Sam-
brcenstcin Sunday. Rabbi
L a Zwitman will perform
jrerr.onv in the study of his
fat 5 p. m. A wedding din-
[ill be held at the Shelborne
bride-elect, daughter of
jid Mrs. Kryshka of New
[will have her sister Miss
Kryshka of New York,
(id of honor. Bcrnie Green-
[will be best man for his
Jof town guests at the wed-
will include Mr. and Mrs.
[Pato, Miss Lillian Pato and
*Jcwisti fhriUlm
BETH DAVID WOMEN
TO INDUCT OFFICERS
Dr. Herman Selinsky, psychia-
trist, will be guest speaker at the
joint installation luncheon to be
held by the Beth David Sister-
hood and the Parent-Teachers as-
sociation at 12:30 p. m. Tuesday
in the Bayvicw room of the Al-
cazar hotel.
Mrs. Joseph Bermann will be
inducted as president of the Sis-
terhood and Mrs. Edward Safer,
as president of the P-TA.
Mrs. Max Shapiro will speak
on "Why Sisterhood" and Rabbi
Shapiro will give a brief address.
Vocal selections will be present-
ed by Miss Betty Carson, soprano
radio star, accompanied by Elea-
nor Clark Linton.
Mrs. Alex Steibcl will be mas-
ter of ceremonies and Mrs. Jack
August, past president oi the
Sisterhood, will read the invoca-
tion.
General chairman of the af-
fair is Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
Mrs. Louis Brown will be instal-
ling officer. In charge of flowers
is Mrs. Max Pepper. Mrs. David
Sernaker is reservations chair-
man and Mrs. Harold Rand is
handling publicity. Mrs. Norman
Jacobs and Mrs. Murray Fox
head the reception committee.
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Membership Soiree
In Store ior Kadimahs
A literary and musical program
will highlight the membership
soiree to be held by the Kadimah
chapter of the Pioneer Women's
Organization Thursday evening,
Nov. 14, at Beth David audito-
rium. Mrs. Fred Sandier will
have charge of the event.
A Sukkos festival was held by
the group Tuesday evening at thP
Miami Beach Jewish Center with
Mrs. Max Shapiro speaking on
the significance of the feast of
tabernacles.
Mrs. Robert Miller, Jewish
National Fund chairman, spoke
on the work of JNF in the last
45 years.
In anticipation of the Balfour
commemoration during the
month of November, Mrs. Nor-
man Jacobs presented a summary
of the Balfour declaration.
Miss Helen Hartman, all of New
York.
Upon their return, the couple
will reside at 2541 Lincoln ave.,
Coconut Grove.
Rabbi Lehrman To Speak
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad-
dress the Miami Beach Zionist
district luncheon meeting
Wednesday noon at the National
hotel, Jack Burris, president, an-
nounces.
The luncheon is a weekly fea-
ture of the district, and is open
to interested persons.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Facilities for treatment! of acute
medical, and convalescent cases
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habits. Psy-
chotherapy, Hydrotherapy and
Electric-Shock therapy scientific-
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P. L. DODGE, M. D.
Medical Director and President
1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
Phones 2-0243-9-1042
Open to Member! of
Dade County Medical Assn.
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VENETIAN
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We are now prepared to offer
prompt service on blinds, both
new and re-conditioned. Why
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Plan Costume Dance
Beth Sholom Fratority mem-
bers Will don costumes when they
attend the organization's dance
Saturday evening, Oct. 26, at the
Temple Beth Sholom community
house.
Prizes will be awarded for the
best costumes. An 11 piece or-
chestra will provide music for
dancing. Admission will be $1.50
per person.
Sholem To Seek Members
of
Final membership drive
Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith will
be held from Nov. 15 till 31,
Charles R. Jacobson, executive
secretary, announced this week.
Louis Heiman will again lead
the campaign. Southeastern mem-
bership quota for B'nai B'rith is
5,000 new members by April,
1947.
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MISS MEYER TO WED
AFTER GRADUATION
The engagement of Miss Bar-
bara (Bobbee) Meyer and Roy
Robert Schechter was announced
this week by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Meyer, 583 N. E.
56th st. Mr. Schechter is a son
of Mrs. Nathan Schechter, Great
Neck, L. I., and the late Dr.
Schechter.
The wedding will be an event
of next June, following Miss
Meyer's graduation from the Uni-
versity of Miami. A Spanish ma-
jor, Miss Meyer attended Cush-
man school,' Miami High school.
and Carleton college. Northfield.
Minn., and was graduated from
Mount Vernon Seminary, Wash-
ington. During her summer va-
cations, she has modeled for Bur-
dine's college shop.
Her fiance served with the
Army air forces for three years.
He was stationed in Africa and
Italy for 18 months and held the
rank of lieutenant. He is a grad-
uate of the University of Virginia
in Charlottesville.
Dr. Cohen Announces
Opening of Offices
Dr. Frank Cohen announces
the opining of offices at 915 W.
Flagler St. for the practice ol
general medicine,
Dr. Cohen and his wife, the
former Betty Luby, arrived In
Miami this summer to make
hum. here. H, is an alum-
nus of the University <>f Mary-
land medical school and prac-
ticed in Baltimore before becom-
combat surgeon with the
armed forces overseas. He was in
i for four years.
Mrs, Cohen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Sam Luby, was gradu-
ated from Goucher college, Bal-
timore, in June.
CHORUS PLANS DANCE.
ANNUAL CONCERT
The Greater Miami Jewuh
Folk Chorus will sponsor a dance
Saturday evening, Nov. 9. at tin
IOOF hall, N. W. Second ave.
and Fourth st.
With the slogan "A singing
people will never perish from he
earth," the choral group, wnicn
consists of 54 people at present,
is preparing for their annual con-
cert to be held in March. The or-
ganization hopes to have ""
voices for the concert.
Included in the chorus n P< i
toire are new Jewish. American
md Palestinian songs.
Rehearsals are held at Hi'>
, m. each Tuesday at Beth David
tynagogue. Prospective members
may enroll with the secretary
Mrs. Augusta Birmberg. 1740
S. W. Sixth St.
B'NAI B'RITH AIDE
Herbert H. Bungai I has been
ti d assistant national
rship direct r for B'nai
. according to Henry Mon-
sky, pi ident.
Men To Model Fashions
At Temple Israel Event
Tin men will model fashions
when the Sisterhood and Men's
lub of Temple Israel hold a Joint
affair Wednesday evening in the
Temple's Kaplan hall.
Refreshments, dancing and en-
ertainment will he included at
he event, to which, no admission
vill be charged.
Sisterhood members will pro-
vide box lunches.
Brotherhood Attorney
To Address Men s Club
Tom Davis, chief counsel of the
iSTS department, Brother-
hood of Railroad Trainmen will
be the principal speaker at the
first Fall meeting of Temple Beth
Sholom Men's club. Abraham
Blatt president, has called the
meeting for 8:30 p. m. Thursday,
Oct 24, in the Temple's commun-
.iv houst. .
Mi Davis has been practicing
law for the past 45 years in Min-
neapolis and Chicago. His topic
will be "Soul of a Nation."
During the business meeting,
reports will be given by Dr. Den-
nis Quittner, chairman of baseball
activities; Bertram Waller, con-
titution and by-laws; George J.
Talianoff, program; Alex Strauss,
youth committee.
Hoffman Opens Market
Announcement of the opening
of Hoffman's Kosher Meat Mar-
ket at 415 Espanola Way. Miami
Beach, is made by Joseph Hoff-
man. The market, formerly
known as Kcnholz, is under the
supervision of Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashrus. Free delivery
service is available to customers.
Miss Ravitz, Mr. Kaplan
To Marry On Sunday
Miss Ellen Ravitz will become
I the bride of Robert Kaplan in a
private ceremony to be read by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff at his
, home Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ravitz, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Ravitz, 925 Lenox
ave., will be attended by the
Misses Winnie Epstein and Mu-
riel Marr. Al Diamond will serve
as best man.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Miami Beach High school, is a
Hying enthusiast and an officer
of the local chapter of Women
Flyers.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
;"nai **2
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OCTOBER 18. 1946
^Jewisti Fhiricfiam
DSTEII TO SPEAK FOR ZOfl
. I Goldstein, cochairman of the United Jewish Appeal
Ltoresident of the ZOA, will be principal speaker al the
Lllern regional convention of the Zionist Organization of
f'1" ',',;/,;. Harris, Beach Zionist district president, announced
PAGE SEVEN
Reach will be host to
BUS from Nov. 15 to
a", for tlt conference were
fcl Sunday at the first
T of the new board of di-
br.-
Irris 1
mi"1
led I>:
It of '
Ih 7-
lict at a
tin '''
|ed by
members
^e National
auditor i-j
[last X
I night. Hej
been ai -
nresidi
|cr ol
Burns
elected were
(, nan, Oscar Lel-
M;iN m, |, Alfred Stone,
Vai Sti 'ten, George J.
L .. -;,. sidents; Daniel
B,.,.,'ri nancial secretary;
iLachm ..surer; Philip
en. rec secretary.
hard B id was named
ir.an of tl board of direc-
J which are Ben-
App. 1, Leonard Barr,
Ms Bei li Archie Brick,
Kl M C> '' Harry A. Corn-
Bern..: I 5. Feiner, Jake
lliam I. F uer, Jacob Fish-
M. II. Frankel, Nathan
lf:. [si Goldberg, S. A.
Iman. Paul L. Greene, Theo-
Kulkis, N. H. Hankoff, Rab-
]eon K Rabbi Irving
t-.an, H W. Lehman,
ILesov...i ', Dr. Louis Lyt-
|Br.*Tr"A I.ipkind.
\ry I. Magid, Joseph Mazo,
li Moses Mcseheloff Harry
Miller, Louis Miller, L.
Moriber, Morris Newmark, Alex
L. Perper, Dr. J. B. Pomerance,
Harry Platoff, Leo Robinson,
I Raymond Rubin.
Seymour Rubin, Samuel A.
Rivkind, Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, Hai
j old Shapiro, Matthew Sllvei
Harold Vinson, Carl Wc inkle, Er-
nie Woolfe.
Burris scored Great Britain
for failing to allow the in
ate transfer of 100,000 European
Jews to Palestine.
"President Truman at long last
recognizes the shocking double-
cross to which this count]
well as the miserable victims oi
Hitler, has been subjected. Tl
second winter since their so-
called 'liberation' faces them, bli-
the homeless Jews of Europe
continue homeless and rejected,"
he declared.
"The Jews of America will not
stand idly by while British tyr-
anny tears down what Ji
energy, Jewish courage and Jew-
ish resourcefulness have cre-
ated" he added.
Beach JWV To Install
Adams As Commander
Miami Be ch post, Jewish War
Veterans will install its new of-
Wcers at a dance to be held al
8 P- m. Sunday at the Beach
Elks' dub.
,:: are Harry Adams,
commander; Sol Jaffee, senior
vice commander; Dr. Joseph B.
Pomerance, junior vice com-
'- Ben Feld, judge advo-
cate Adams succeeds E. Max
uoldstein.
A prominenl win be
Present at the installation affair
I 'V ;' 'nvited.
1 a collec-
I victrola re< nds were pre
ented to the Nautilus veterans
to! 'a week by Jerry
Hecker, repre enting the post.
rh( odgi di nated a total ol
"' v' n radi jpital
It is always cool and
comfortable at the
EL BOLERO
Mexican
Lounge Bar
3181 CORAL WAY
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v M,am' A"'
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045 Fifth Street
Phone 5-5369
1840 Alton Itoad
Phone 5-9724
HALLOWE'EN DANCE
A "Sail Neath the Stars" dance
will be held on Hallowe'en by the
Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, Miss Edith Shulman, presi-
dent, announces. An ad book and
entertainment are planned foi \
the affair.
LEGAL NOTICES
139,026 DP's
FRANKFURT, (JTA) Army
nounced this week
that the latest count showed 139,-
lisplaced Jews h the Amer-
ican occupation zone of Germany.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiilng to engage In
business under the fictitious name oi
ollilA.\IZATIo.\ Ml.YlEotiKAI'HlNU
& rYPEWRITINQ SERVICE at 6e
Lincoln i{,i. mdg-i uln Miami
i...li Intends to register said name
with Hi. Clerk of tne Circuit Court
oi i Mil.- County, Florida
CELIA TRAURIO.
ll I- 2.--ii..|/g **" Wner-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
"/ underalgn.-d. desiring t ,.gage in
under the li,titi.,us name o.
u ;.',.,. ; \'"'--N"'!UA1'111'' type
WRITING SERVICE al BOO Lincoln
Kd. Bldg.., Room 22, Miami Beach in
'i",.s '. ":,K'~U': sal'' ":>""- -"ii th.
, -i i. of theCircuit Court of Dad.
' ountj, Florida.
CELIA TK.URIG.
15 11/1-g '" w"e'-
IN COUNTY JUDGE S I'l ll lir
Ni
, 1:" l: Hi ol FRED I.. PARLIN,
di i-easi il.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M \KI
Al'l'l.l.'.vrinN FOR FINAL
DISCH VRUE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
1 a\ i fiii .1 mj final i epoi t and pe-
tition foi F.n..I Discharge Incilla
l.v il..1- of tl.. ,| |.-|:ki, |",
J'AIILIN,......!. i,d thai on thi
*in iluy ni r, 1916, will ap-
ply t" Hi. Honorable W. F. Blanton,
j'ount; i| hade County. Plot-
do for pproval of said final n ioti
and tor final di
1 '.'"I "i Ilu tuti of FItEl) I-
I'ARI.IN di cased.
This |3th lobe 1941
HUGH l>. ItEMIS,
Ancillary Exi rutoi ..i tin Esl
__ Fred I. i-. ,i
MAX R. SILVER.
At tomes for Ancillary Exei
I" IS-25 11-1-8
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County. Florida
No, '
RK ESTATE IF
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
' undesigned, desiring engage 1,
sTAHi" !,'", ',';,'!" ctltk>us name o
imWWN GROCERY at
9N; nth Ave., Miami. Fla |
i t., .egist,.,. sam name with th.
County?'pM" ,'"l,,, '" I,a<"
JL'Lirs I. FREEMAN
CHARLES K. 8TAHU
hXrry DIETZ, Partner*
Atorney for Applicants
1 ongress Bids
' 8-23 l! 1-8-ltT
Court of Dade Cunt v. Finrida
LAWRENCE A. BECK
WILLIAM B. SWIMMER
ni-RNETT^TH^^8^
^V'^yij^Applicants
N't
I he
if l
.any
':.i .
.vlth
of I I,
'TICK IS 11EREHY CilVEN that
'"."'''''-"J.....siring to engage
iislness under the fictitious name
llscayne Venetian Blind Corn-
it B20J X. \V. 22nd Ave., Miami.
Intends to register said name
the t lerh of tlie Circuit Court
ade ounty.
SAMUEL F. El/lon, JR.,
Sole Owner.
18-1 li:l-S
ELIZABETH PEZARA,
A K \ BESSIE OEZARA
I.....used
NOTK1E OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS
ill VRtlE
Ni iri. i: is hi rebj un. n thai I havi
in) final report and petition !'"
Final Uischarg. as Ancillarj Admin-
Istratoi ol th. state ol ELIZABETH
IIEZARA, -\ K A BESSIE OEZARA
',.1 that on the l-iti da:
.I N'oi. mix .. 1916, .11 appl) ic th
Honorable W. F. Blanton, Count
Judge "t Dade County, Florida, fo.
approval ol said final report and fo
fli AdmlnlS'
"I the Esl ol KLIZ VBETII
DEZARA, A K/A BESSIE BEiSARA,
decoasi
This l"th daj of i letober, 1918.
MAX R. SILVER,
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator.
10'1S.25 11
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Florida
RE ESTATE i>P
MARY LAWLER
A K \ MARY LAWLOR and
MARV A LAWLER
1.. .
N'OTICJE OF INTENTION "l"< MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS
en \i;i;k
Ni ITU 'I' I rebj glvi n thai I have
fill d final report and i" litlon fe
11 ni t d m I i
lati MARY I.AW-
\ K \ MARY LA LOR and
MARY .\ LAWLER deceased: ind
n tin isth day of November,
1916. will apply to the Honorable W.
p Rlantoi I 'ounty Judge of I wdi
for approval of il ind foi fmai discharge
. Vdminfsl ator of the
Hstnti ol \i m:v i.awi.kk. \ K \
MARY LAWLOR and MARY A
LAWLER
This t'i'h 'i.c- of ictnber. 1948.
MAX ll SILVER.
MAX R SILVER.
\. for An illlary
\ nor,
f'ectncal-rlPPliances for the Home
\ ICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undi ralgned desiring to eni
business under the fictitious name or
9un Raj Sportswear Munuractunng
Company at 2163 N W Seventh ave
Miami. F-i.i. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Cotirl "I I'"1' ''""my. Florida.
IRVING BIRNBERG
II \IM.V MILDNER
NATHAN LABER
partners
LESTER I ASKY ,.
Attorney for M>pl"imts
1105 Congress bldg.
in 4-11-18-28 11/1_______________
Pl0rid8- BEN LEVIN.
BHtRLEY LEVIN,
CHARLES BROMER.
Bole Owners.
QEORGE CHERTKOP.
Attorney for Applicant*
9/S7 10/4-11-18-25
1 : 11
NOTICE IS HEREBY (RVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ir.
husini'ss under the fictitious name oi
1 last.. ..-,al Co., not inc.. at Miami
Hernia, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade' Count v. Florida.
HENRY A. STEIN
ISAAC .IOFFE
Attorney for Applicant
in 4-11-18-25 11/1
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name oi
REGAL HOTEL at 615 Fifth St.. Mi
.an Beach, Florida intends to registet
laid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
uit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
HARRY NORSTEIN,
Lessee and Operator.
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
i 'ongress bldg.
Miami. Florida
" 1-11-18-25 11/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha.
the undersigned desiring to engage
1. business under the fictitious nam
if Tropical Sales Service at 2024 s'.W
.'1st Street, Miami. SS, F'la.. intend:
0 register said name with the Clerl
>f the Circuit Court of Dade Count>
hlorlda*
ROBERT W. COOH
Sole Owner.
U:ll-lS-25 11:1
Nil IK B IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage li
husiness under the fictitious name o
SINCLAIR HOTEL, at 507 Espanoli
Way. Miami Beach, Fla., Intends t
register said name with the Clerk ol
he circuit Court of Dade County.
'!..! Ida.
LAWRENCE TAYLOR.
Lessee nnd Operator
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant,
Congress Rldg.
9/27 10/4-11-1S-25
NOTICE !S HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
INDIVIDUAL LAUNDRY SERVICE
OF MIAMI, at 477 S. W. 8th Street,
.Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
VOX ZAM^^iM^1*
../2V\r4e->ri-[s-25Ma,'ut,Burs,c,n-
NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
OHAFFIE'S BAR, at 5801 N. W. 22nd
Ave., Miami, Fla., intend to reglsler
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
DAVID P. WIENER
CHARLES CAMPIGLIA
NATHANIEL J. KLEIN,
Attorney for Applicants,
GU.1 I.fncoln Road.
V27 10/4-11-1S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name o!
I. & I. FRIEDLER CO. not Inc.. at
100 American National Bank Building.
Miami. Florida intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circull
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK FRIEDLER
IRVING FRIEDLER
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
10. 4-11-18-25 11/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersignedj. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
\ & II Jobbing Co.. Hermitage Hotel.
at 42U N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida intends tn register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. HEnMAN scHLUSSEL.
Sole Owner.
HAROLD TURK
Attorney for A & H Jobbing Co.
I2n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
in/4-11-18-25
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ANITA LEE GIF'T SHOPPE, at 1761
S \V Sth St., Miami, Florida, intond
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fl0rUlaHABRY R. SHERMAN
BESSIE SHERMAN
9/20-27 10/4-11-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RAKER PLUMBING & HKATINO
CO., at 4326 N. W. 3"(th Court, Miami,
fla., Intends to register said name
mil the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
TOM RAKER
'/27 10/4-11-1V-L'.-,
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
luslness under the fictitious name of
MIAMI AMUSEMENTS, at 2106 N. B.
wepnd Ave., Miami, F'la.. Intend to
eglSter said name with the Clerk of
he Circuit Court of Dade County,
loilda.
BERNARD H. FRANK
WILLIAM A. CORNELIUS
MAE Lt.-TWACK
SAMUEL RUBIN,
A,""r""-v for Applicants.
9/20-27 10/t-il-18
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged in busl-
'."Ve,,.'.""'"'' "'<' fictitious name of
LABELLE APARTMENTS, at liar,
Normandy Drive, Miami Beach. Flor-
"....""' In,"nd to register the said
Ictitlous name in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
.ounty. Florida.
LAWRENCE HOI'TMAN
MINNIE HOFFMAN
GEORGE chertkof*"6 0Wner*-
v^n.^"""""""-
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl ,'E.N that
the undersigned, desirinf to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
L & H RESTAURANT, at 237 14th
Street. Miami Beach. Dade Countv.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
.f Dade Countv. Florida.
LOUIS L. SCHAFFER
HARRY JACOBS
MILLER & PODELL
Attorneys for Applicants
'.0/4-11-18-25 11/4
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, ("eslrliig to engage
n business under the fictitious name
of Llght-Crafters at 1747-49 S. W. Sth
Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MORTON KIRSCH,
MEYER COHF:N,
RALPH KIRSCH.
Partners.
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
10:11-18-25; 11:1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE. No. 18186
n Re: ESTATE OF
PATRICK DIAMOND. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
lotified and required to present any
laims and demands which you, or
-ither of you, may have against tlie
state of PATRICK DIAMOND, de-
eased, late of Philadelphia County,
Pa., to the Hon. W. V. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
da. within eight calendar months from
:he date of the first publication hereof.
5aid claims or demands to contain tlie
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date September SO, A.D. 1946.
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of PATRICK DIAMOND.
Deceased.
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
First publication on Friday, October
4. 1946.
10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 42778
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
GAY KORNICK, holder as assignee
of City of Miami Tax Certificate
Numbered 5278, dated the 1st da*' of
June, A.D. 1942, has filed said Certifi-
cate In my office, and has made ap-
plication for tax deed to Issue there-
on In accordance with law. Said Cer-
tificate embraces the following de-
scribed property, situated in Dade
County. Florida, to-wlt:
Lot \ Block 2, Harwood Second
Addition to Riverside Farms. Plat
Book 4. Pago 29, in the City of Miami.
County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of UNKNOWN. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 23rd day of October, A.D. 1946.
Dated 'hi 18th day of September,
A.D. 1946.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, FldVlda.
By BETHENIA W. BRYAN,
D. C.
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Helping families meet their difficulties in a manner to****
to restore their capacity for happiness and usefu 1 living a >
object of the Jewish Social Service bureau. Charles Cohen, executive
director, explained this week.
Since its establishment in
1920. the bureau has had as its
purpose the strengthening
of family life and personal ad-
justment. Constructive help
with the problems that threat-
en family well-being or cause
personal worry has been the
bureau's job. Financial assis-
tance is also provided when
necessary.
During its early years, the bu-
reau's sole function was giving
financial assistance to dependent
or partially dependent Jewish
families.
But in recent years there has
been a growing realization ol
the need to offeron a skilled
and professional leveladditional
services which would help fami-
lies overcome their many trou-
bles.
Cohen said that the bureau has
been asked to provide consulta-
tive services to families and in-
dividuals who are troubled about
their children: who are seeking
happiness and satisfaction in their
marriage: who are coping with
the loneliness of old age or phy-
sical illne.-s; who are concerned
about personality disturbances in
a member of the family.
Others come to the bureau
when they are seeking a new
mode of life for a family de-
prived of a parent throuch death,
long illness or imprisonment
Some need financial aid in get-
ting back on their feet after eco-
nomic difficulty. Sometimes
existing public resources are in-
adequate to meet their total
financial requirements.
Families and individuals who
cone to the bureau are helped
through the casework counselling
staff.
Family service counsellors
are trained in understanding
and helping with family worries
through years of study in col-
lege, professional schools and
through experience, Cohen said.
The family service counsellor
knows how to help a person
see his problem more clearly so
that he can solve it for himself
and in the way that suits him
best, he stated.
Occasionally, after a persoi
has decidi d on the solution to
his problem, he needs further
help in carrying through hi?-
plan. If the service necessary Is
not provided by the bureau, the
caseworker knows where to turn
to find the particular help need-
ed. Cohen said.
Persons interested in the serv-
ices of the bureau may telephone
or write for an appointment. The
Organization
Mimeographing and
Typewriting Service
600 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Room 22
58-2355 or 5-6798
bureau is located at 127 N. W.
Second st. .
Membership in the bureau is
..pen to the Greater Miami Jew-
ish community. Supervising ine
ui'rcnt membership campaign
ire Mrs. Milton Sirkin. chairman;
Harold Ungerleider cochairman.
,nd Mrs. Myra Fan. George \V"I-
oert. Rudy K. Adler and Mrs.
Rose Farr.
Mrs. Goodman Installs
Jr. Hadassah Officers
Junior Hadassah will meet at
Temple Beth Sholom next Thurs-
day evening, Mrs. Natalie Fran-
kel Genet, president, announces.
Officers of the Gicuter Miami
r were installed at a mem-
bership tea held Sunday after-
noon at the home of Mrs. Abra-
ham Goodman, 3355 Flamingo dr.
Miss Malvina Weiss and Rabbi
David Raab were guest speakers.
Mrs. Goodman, president o'
lh, Miami Beach chaptei of
Senior Hadassah installed Mrs.
Genet as prtsident; Gene Bush-
ill, Toby Cooper ana Doris Albin,
Ace presidents; Hilda Schwartz,
recording secretary; Doris Sha-
pi o, corresponding secretary;
Lucille Yagoda, treasurer; Roslyn
Kivel, financial secretary.
Lodge Council to Plan
Postwar Services
Postwar service projects of
B'nai B'ritli will be mapped at
a meeting of the Metropolitan
B'nai B'nth council at 8 p. m.
Wednesday in the Sholem lodge
office, 330 Seybold bldg., Harold
Turk, chairman, announces.
Godfrey K. Newman is chair-
man of the service projects for
the council which is composed of
representatives of all local B'nai
B'rith organizations.
A recommendation for the
publication of a coordinated B'nai
B'rith bulletin will be made by
the publicity committee of which
Charles R. Jacobson is chairman.
Local Zionists Name
Convention Delegates
Local delegates to the Zionist
1 Organization of America conven-
tion were designated this week
by Jack Burris and H. Sootin,
presidents of the Miami and Mi-
.,:,:, Beach Zionist districts.
The convention will be held
in Atlantic City beginning Oct.
25.
Representing the Beach dis-
trict will be Burris, Oscar Lel-
chuk, Shepard Broad, Daniel M.
ing Lehrman, S. A. Goodman,
Broad, Harold Spaet, Rabbi Irv-
Ur M. A. Lipkind and Abraham
Goodman, national treasurer of
the ZOA.
Leo Rosen and Harry Simon-
hoff will be delegates from the
Miami district.
MUSICIAN DISCOVERS
HAZARDS OF USO TOUR
Recently returned from a tour
with the USO in the South Pa-
ct u. Charlotte Davis, 912 Euclid
ave., is the latest addition to Mi-
ami music circles.
During her six months engage-
ment with the USO, Miss Davis
was pianist in a 12 piece girls
band which made the rounds of
Pearl Harbor, Guam, the Mar-
I alls, Philippines. Okinawa and
Tokyo until January of this year.
Their trip was interrupted by
a plane crash which nearly cost
them their lives. The girls hud-
dled on the wing of the ship until
they were picked up by a Japa-
nes< fishing boat. A few minutes
aft r their rescue, the plane sank
out of sight.
A native of Boston, Miss Da-
vis received her training at the
New England Conservatory of
Music. Before joining the USO
unit, she taught at a studio in
Boston. She specializes in mod-
ern piano instructions for 'teen
agers.
Best Wishes for a
Happy New Yea:
DRAKE & DRAKE
CARPETS LINOLEUMS
WORKROOM and
INSTALLATION
SERVICE
3030 N. W. 8th Avenue
Phone 2-5053
S. J. FREEDMAN
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins & Wah. Ave.
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues and Private Use.
Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 5-1017
GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR
KASSINS LINENSHOPS
640 Lincoln Road
104 E. Flagler Street
RAYMOND ABE LEON & MORRIS
A Most Happy
New Year
Phone 3-3658
A. F. GIVEN
Public Accountant
1420 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
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Hotel and Restaurant Food Purveyors
1062 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-8413
BEST
WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
y
Mrs.
V. C. PLUMMER
Giller To Construct
Veterans Home Project
Launching a $10,000,000 vet-
erans's housing program, the M.
Giller Investment co.. Miami
Beach and Miami realtors, has
started construction on 103 con-
cn te stucco bungalows near the
Ciranada entrance to Coral Ga-
bles.
Representing an estimated ex-
penditure of $1,000,000. the new
group of houses will form a com-
munity to be known as Coral Vil-
lage, the first in a series of home
developments designd to add 1,-
000 veterans' homes to the Great-
er Miami area within the next
year.
Mr. Giller. president of the
company, estimates that the en-
tire project for veterans will ap-
proximate $10,000,000 and pro-
vide housing for some 4,000 per-
sons.
Each unit consists of two bed-
rooms, master bedrooms facing
southeast, five closets, large liv-
ing room, kitchen, dinette, front
and rear porches, and car Dorte.
Veterans have contracted for
the purchase of all of the first
103 homes at approximately $8,-
900 each.
PROMPT POSSESSION
Two bedrooms, two baths. Really
. an estate in fine condition. Air-
cooled house with solar. On center
of three lots.
150 Ft. x 150 Ft.
Landscaped and Fruit Trees
Close to Coral Way and 27th
Ave., S.W.
Buses Schools Stores
PRICE $14,900
ABOUT ONE-HALF CASH
CHESTER BARTLETT
2245 S. W. 32nd Avenue
Sam Kratish Head,
newly
S:" Kratish"
President of the *!' *4
fon for Wednesday
f-rthe clubs Oct. BJJ*
Knuish was elected ?
With George Siege, ^
denti Shirley seilt
"her, ,-n espondm J
New board membe?*
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CATON NURSING
HOME
1389N.W.7hSt. Ph. j.rl
Best care for chronic wk.,
valeseent and elderly -.
Large Beautiful On,,
AtmM
Your Complete Deputs.
Store WitL Quality
Merchandise
Washington An. at 13th ft. |
Miami Beech
And for your conveniw
Morris Brother's New 1> 1
parel and Accessory Store I
70 E. Flagler St, Miaxi
r9*\ S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i
Lib. 33431-1
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Exclusively Jewish
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MEMORIAL CHAPE:
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3
Mount Sinai MemorijJP8*
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;*jtf*!j : >.| I (! U; PAGE EIGHT +Jewish fkridtori v i i' %  11 i i I %  t %  %  JSSfi HELPS FAMILIES TO SOLVE L Helping families meet their difficulties in a manner to**** to restore their capacity for happiness and usefu 1 living a > object of the Jewish Social Service bureau. Charles Cohen, executive director, explained this week. Since its establishment in 1920. the bureau has had as its purpose the strengthening of family life and personal adjustment. Constructive help with the problems that threaten family well-being or cause personal worry has been the bureau's job. Financial assistance is also provided when necessary. During its early years, the bureau's sole function was giving financial assistance to dependent or partially dependent Jewish families. But in recent years there has been a growing realization ol the need to offer—on a skilled and professional level—additional services which would help families overcome their many troubles. Cohen said that the bureau has been asked to provide consultative services to families and individuals who are troubled about their children: who are seeking happiness and satisfaction in their marriage: who are coping with the loneliness of old age or physical illne.-s; who are concerned about personality disturbances in a member of the family. Others come to the bureau when they are seeking a new mode of life for a family deprived of a parent throuch death, long illness or imprisonment Some need financial aid in getting back on their feet after economic difficulty. Sometimes existing public resources are inadequate to meet their total financial requirements. Families and individuals who cone to the bureau are helped through the casework counselling staff. Family service counsellors are trained in understanding and helping with family worries through years of study in college, professional schools and through experience, Cohen said. The family service counsellor knows how to help a person see his problem more clearly so that he can solve it for himself and in the way that suits him best, he stated. Occasionally, after a persoi has decidi d on the solution to his problem, he needs further help in carrying through hi?plan. If the service necessary Is not provided by the bureau, the caseworker knows where to turn to find the particular help needed. Cohen said. Persons interested in the services of the bureau may telephone or write for an appointment. The Organization Mimeographing and Typewriting Service 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Room 22 58-2355 or 5-6798 bureau is located at 127 N. W. Second st. Membership in the bureau is ..pen to the Greater Miami Jewish community. Supervising ine •ui'rcnt membership campaign ire Mrs. Milton Sirkin. chairman; Harold Ungerleider cochairman. ,nd Mrs. Myra Fan. George \V"Ioert. Rudy K. Adler and Mrs. Rose Farr. Mrs. Goodman Installs Jr. Hadassah Officers Junior Hadassah will meet at Temple Beth Sholom next Thursday evening, Mrs. Natalie Frankel Genet, president, announces. Officers of the Gicuter Miami r were installed at a membership tea held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Abraham Goodman, 3355 Flamingo dr. Miss Malvina Weiss and Rabbi David Raab were guest speakers. Mrs. Goodman, president o' lh, Miami Beach chaptei of Senior Hadassah installed Mrs. Genet as prtsident; Gene Bushill, Toby Cooper ana Doris Albin, Ace presidents; Hilda Schwartz, recording secretary; Doris Shapi o, corresponding secretary; Lucille Yagoda, treasurer; Roslyn Kivel, financial secretary. Lodge Council to Plan Postwar Services Postwar service projects of B'nai B'ritli will be mapped at a meeting of the Metropolitan B'nai B'nth council at 8 p. m. Wednesday in the Sholem lodge office, 330 Seybold bldg., Harold Turk, chairman, announces. Godfrey K. Newman is chairman of the service projects for the council which is composed of representatives of all local B'nai B'rith organizations. A recommendation for the publication of a coordinated B'nai B'rith bulletin will be made by the publicity committee of which Charles R. Jacobson is chairman. Local Zionists Name Convention Delegates Local delegates to the Zionist 1 Organization of America convention were designated this week by Jack Burris and H. Sootin, presidents of the Miami and Mi.,:,:, Beach Zionist districts. The convention will be held in Atlantic City beginning Oct. 25. Representing the Beach district will be Burris, Oscar Lelchuk, Shepard Broad, Daniel M. ing Lehrman, S. A. Goodman, Broad, Harold Spaet, Rabbi IrvUr M. A. Lipkind and Abraham Goodman, national treasurer of the ZOA. Leo Rosen and Harry Simonhoff will be delegates from the Miami district. MUSICIAN DISCOVERS HAZARDS OF USO TOUR Recently returned from a tour with the USO in the South Pact u. Charlotte Davis, 912 Euclid ave., is the latest addition to Miami music circles. During her six months engagement with the USO, Miss Davis was pianist in a 12 piece girls band which made the rounds of Pearl Harbor, Guam, the MarI alls, Philippines. Okinawa and Tokyo until January of this year. Their trip was interrupted by a plane crash which nearly cost them their lives. The girls huddled on the wing of the ship until they were picked up by a Japanes< fishing boat. A few minutes aft r their rescue, the plane sank out of sight. A native of Boston, Miss Davis received her training at the New England Conservatory of Music. Before joining the USO unit, she taught at a studio in Boston. She specializes in modern piano instructions for 'teen agers. Best Wishes for a Happy New Yea: DRAKE & DRAKE CARPETS — LINOLEUMS WORKROOM and INSTALLATION SERVICE 3030 N. W. 8th Avenue Phone 2-5053 S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins & Wah. Ave. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-1017 GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR KASSINS LINENSHOPS 640 Lincoln Road 104 E. Flagler Street RAYMOND — ABE — LEON & MORRIS A Most Happy New Year Phone 3-3658 A. F. GIVEN Public Accountant 1420 Congress Building Miami, Florida V Hotel and Restaurant Food Purveyors 1062 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-8413 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR y Mrs. V. C. PLUMMER Giller To Construct Veterans Home Project Launching a $10,000,000 veterans's housing program, the M. Giller Investment co.. Miami Beach and Miami realtors, has started construction on 103 concn te stucco bungalows near the Ciranada entrance to Coral Gables. Representing an estimated expenditure of $1,000,000. the new group of houses will form a community to be known as Coral Village, the first in a series of home developments designd to add 1,000 veterans' homes to the Greater Miami area within the next year. Mr. Giller. president of the company, estimates that the entire project for veterans will approximate $10,000,000 and provide housing for some 4,000 persons. Each unit consists of two bedrooms, master bedrooms facing southeast, five closets, large living room, kitchen, dinette, front and rear porches, and car Dorte. Veterans have contracted for the purchase of all of the first 103 homes at approximately $8,900 each. PROMPT POSSESSION Two bedrooms, two baths. Really an estate in fine condition. Aircooled house with solar. On center of three lots. 150 Ft. x 150 Ft. Landscaped and Fruit Trees Close to Coral Way and 27th Ave., S.W. Buses Schools — Stores PRICE $14,900 ABOUT ONE-HALF CASH CHESTER BARTLETT 2245 S. W. 32nd Avenue Sam Kratish Head, newly S: Kratish" President of t he *!' *4 fon for Wednesday f-rthe clubs Oct. B JJ* Knuish was elected ? With George Siege, ^ dent i Shirley seilt "her, ,-n espondm J New board membe?* m ""' S.mon. Jea^* CATON NURSING HOME 1389N. W .7hSt. Ph. j.rl Best care for chronic wk., valeseent and elderly „-. %  Large Beautiful On,, Atm§M Your Complete Deputs. Store WitL Quality Merchandise Washington An. at 13th ft. | Miami Beech And for your conveniw Morris Brother's New 1> 1 parel and Accessory Store I 70 E. Flagler St, Miaxi r9*\ S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i LIB. 33431-1 YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' %  OfFlClALL! MM THE ittJOtJTY of mmn JEWISH FWOAl KMS fn/ormalaon Gladly fuiruihtd on Ktauetl SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director MEMORIAL CHAPE: 5-77771 RIVERSIDE AMBUUNC SEHVICE 123b Wa!ingior> AMiami tteich THOS. M. WW.* Funeral Dreett' ABE g6ENBEHli. frwft* Jj, ew fork: 76thSUandAn.sterd>wA' MOUNT NEB0 THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building P hone 3 Mount Sinai MemorijJP 8 MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETEET ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE!. WW* !" MEMORIAL PARKS ^ SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth P av id ;^d §3 Em Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chisefl ^ Foe Further Information Phon 9-26614-5^^^. PALMER FUNERAL CHAP*-" "SERVING THE JEWISH C O M M U N I T1' w


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PAGE FOUR %  KjmisiincridHar FRIDAY, :i %  i !i i > i IK • %  I 1 i TheJLl IOIP Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. 0. Box 2973 phone 21141 Bntered u 8cond Clfts. Matter July 4. 1980. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March. 3. 17 Published Erery Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates. 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. SZ.OO. 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor VOLUME 19 NUMBER 42 Miami 18, Florida. Friday. October 1H. 194G TISHRI 23, 194ii A MERITED AWARD Mr Bernard M. Baruch has been the recipient oi many awards in his rich life. Yet, we are sine, he must have found deep gratification in being named the winner of the human brotherhood award of the Fraternal League of the Jewish tducation Committee of New York. For centuries preachers and teachers have been harping on the fact that the salvation of mankind lies in the attainment of brotherhood among all men, irrespective of race, color or creedYet this simple faith still remains mankind's most elusive ideal. Thousands of books have been written on the origin of wars, but, basically, the cause is to be found in one source —lack of true human brotherhood. Human brotherhood means understanding, kindness, love, tolerance, respect for the opinions and religious beliefs of others. A world dominated by those simple faiths would certainly know no wars, either among nations or groups. Mr. Baruch is now the center of a great controversy the atomic bomb issue. But we are sure he would gladly scrap the atomic bomb for the more potent peace weapon true human brotherhood. Soviet Returns Jewish Property NEW YORK (JTA)—An inquiry cabled by the Jewish Telelie Agency to Marshal Joseph Stalin with regard to Jewish pr perty in Vienna reported 10 have been presented by Russian military authorities to a nonJew, resulted m an investigation and a reply from the political representative of the USSR in Austria that the property in ti n was returned to the formei J( '. is iwner after t:.i Soviet % % %  ilitary "temporarily settled • • I use an Austrian woman husband had perished in a concentration camp during the German occupation." Tlir reply, transmitted to the Teli graphic Agency by thi Soviet consul general in New York, Jacob M. Lomakin, emzes that the district where thi ; roperty is located is row in • i British zone and the Soviet authorities have had nothing to do with it since September, 1945. Truman Upholds Original Stand LONDON (JTA)—A foreign office spokesman confirmed this week that Prime Minister Attlec has received a reply from President Truman to the British premier's sharp note in which he protested the issuance by the President of his statement on Palestine. The President's communication will be discussed by the Cabinet. It was repotted in Washington that Mr. Truman had reiterated his proposals for a solution of the Palestine problem and queried Mr. Attlee as to whether his government planned to follow the recommendations. Replies by the government to a series of written questions on Palestine submitted by members of Parliament during the Parliamentary recess are expected to be made. Obituaries BOYELL Mm. Antoniu I • nt < llll ,1 S., ll| ...\ II, g .. s'h' In Hurvlvvd li IUIIK do i. .M.i• %  of Cl R; torn nun*, Han j Boy el I, :.: .v, mid Louis IMI H VV 22ml .iv' David Hiid Samii' !. Iiol h "i 'hicugu. RUBIN Mi.Uclli Rubin, 62, "i II %  76th %  M licii Ii. died III .i li..-|.ii..l Sal %  iftel a I %  .II -. • "in Atlanta, i ;.i w hen '" • hlldri n now live II :. Mi il chapel an ged for BI : v et In Al' NELSON I. .. \. •• i IO| Royal I aim ave., Miami lieach. who died Thuradn> In \ .v Vork, wan burled In Mount II. bn %  l/ong laland, I r> MI BervlceK s ih'l;i\ MI Pai k Wi Bi hapel. New Yorl Bi Idi • v. •. Ml H BrouKi Si nd 11 "i Vtai' In Nelni II .ii"I Selxon, in' i%  v Ivi .1 i.v fn. %  1 lughti %  M M.iv Mi *. •-. MiAnna CSoldberK. Mr* li.n. Aronovitl, Mi, Lillian Mil el nd M I'.. Ni 1snn, .til of Sew York H. wan enrriu'.-il In ..-,•, and came hei %  In 193 to Ii HOLLANDER Paul Holland' r, 18, w i. rerenl moved here from Si vv York I'I'V died l.'-i Tl.iiv lav i ..-lil in a Iiiplt.il II. 'iv. -.1 MI '.r, I'. ..n-v I van In ave Minn-! Thi retired hi ad of n S v. Vork ti i %  %  %  • 'ii ber "f tlii HI. i I'. Ilowx lodi %  • L' i hN wll.vv V v •. i ||. lander, and thi •. da igl I s. • -. i %  < ..i ranged bj the Bi < h. M rial ch %  MARCUS •'in ol M %  i 7! "f 17 I Ith Hi M mf Relfel lied in1 T ii las lr n He I %  • IItit v.... ago and li I w if. Mra. Tlettv Marcud ter and n broth' i TI %  bodv v. i.. N. w York City by Rlverxlde Memorial chapel FLEISCHER MrIda Pli II '' • • Mi in i Ri m h. .ii. .1 l.i • Tin -.l;i\ -ii. came lo Miami Ri a h thr.ei vcart in fi "•" Si VV York fit; jre In r huabai d, .1 I-l.ir. n. ,i Bon. i.. .. M"i ri Cohen; two brothi %  Charli u I %  I i nd •' %  all "f Miami Reach Hi rvlce* wen hi I Palmer Puni ral Homi Myers Aids Planning For Conference Future NEW YORK. Oct. 15—Stanley C. Myers, of Miami, national president of the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare funds, has accepted cooption to the committee on future organization of the American Jewish rence, Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, chairman, announced Large areas of agreement with i to the organization of a permanent body to succeed the Conference are in prospect following several preliminary meetings of tlu committee which were i eld during the summer, Eiscndrath said. General principles which will govern the future organization will be formulated at a meeting m N,w York during November. The conference hopes to bring all segments i f American Jews together in assisting Jewish displaced persons in Europe and settling the Palestine problem. AGENCY GETS TERMS FOR ACTION IN PARLEY iContinued from Page 1) Lati i" .in opportunity will be given to discuss the political stains of the Jewish part of the country. 0. Jews who are at present in Palestine, as well as those who will enter the autonomous Jewish section of the country, will be entitled—in due time—to indcpendence in the form of a Jewish state. A Jewish Agency spokesman. commenting on the informal talk. which are now being held between British representatives and lead) iof t! i Agency, stated that the Jews are advancing three major demands: 1. Unconditional release of the detained Jewish loaders held at the Latrun camp: 2. Cessation of searches, (specially in the agricultural settlements which have obviously nothing to do witn terrorism; 3. The release of all the Jewish immigrants interned m Cyprus, as a gesture of good will. "The ball is now in the hands of the British government," the spokesman said. He expressed the hope that the situation will be clarified next week. Commenting on reports in the Egyptian puss that the establishmi nt of the 12 new Jewish settlements in the Ngev waa aimed at preventing the building of a British military base there, the Jewish Agency spokesman denied that the Jews had any such intention and stressed that they ecognize Britain's legitimate interests in Palestine. UN PROGRAM SET FOR COUNCIL LUNCH Annual opening luncheon of the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami section, will be held on Friday, Oct. 25, at the Ritz Plaza hotel, 1701 Collins ave., Mrs. Nat L. Williams, president, announces. The program, arranged by MrHarry Barnhard, chairman of the international relations and peace committee, will celebrate the first anniversary of the United Nations with a round table discussion of "United Nations or Else." Speakers will be Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and the Rev. Paul Nathan Jewett. Musical selections will be pre sented. Mrs. William Fair is chairman of the luncheon committee. Her cochairmen are Mrs. Willjam Slepian and Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Frank Weiss, chairman, and Mrs. Jack Janoff and Mrs. M. Dreyer. Culture Committee Name Mrs. Leo Huberman Mrs. Leo Huberman was renamed chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee at a recent meeting. Other officers elected were Maurice Grossman, secretary, and Jack Marash, treasurer. Plans were made to assure a complete sellout of the concert series before the first event, Marash said. The committee, composed of a number of local organizations, will sponsor the appearance of James Waterman Wise and Chayim Greenberg in a symposium, Sidor Belarsky, baritone; Marguerite Kosenn. soprano, and Julius Chajes, pianist and composer: Zvee Scooler, monologuist, and Benjamin Zemach, dancer. Miss Shapiro Directs Hotel Public Relations AVC ELECTS FREIDSON Edward Freidson is the first permanent chairman of the American Veterans committee. Miami Beach chapter. Other new officers are Merton Gettis vice chairman; Miss Shirley Barnett, secretary; Raymond H. Brown, jr., treasurer; Lee Cornfield, historian, and Dick Greenbaum, iergeant-at-armi. PHI SIGS ELECT MRS. ROSENBERG Miss Helen Shapiro of BrightM has been engaged as ir of guest and public reof the Raleigh hotel, Miami Bench. She is also private secretary to Samuel A. Rivkind, managing director of the hotel. Mi's Si.apiro was publicity dirt ctor ft r the Combined Jewish ii of the Greater Miami %  %  Fi d< ation last winter. Mr, Rivkind. who is general chairman of thi 1300,000 building fund campaign of the Miami 1 Y. has announced that Miss Shapiro has been named publicity director of the drive. BEACH Y RESUMES ARTS. CRAFTS CLASSES Arts and crafts classes for children and adults were reopened at the Beach Y Tuesday. Work is done in leather, wood, cork, plastic, metal, raffia, paints, pastels and felt under the directipn of Miss Reva Romer. Children's classes are held at 4:30 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday and adult classes at 7:30 p. m. on those days. Registration for the arts and crafts classes as well as the Monday evening sketching classes is still open. Mlss Betty "TV | S Kiney Fe >tn'w>l !'"""'*' vows al 2 *J% 1 n Ult S "Phire nl *** "";; h. w p ifjja w officiate. *'-The brid. c .]„ ct Miss Marion smJ^S "Wt man f 0r 0 C ^ !'•' Umyersity 0 [ KJJI tnchsh literature at Cw2J Vers "y >" England H^j ."' ; "' Ujf Edward f; 1 J.iiKvm. Mich., and 233JI ave., Miami Beach. • 1 >upl e will reside A :m.i LJ<-ach after a tr.ptoj ut ()f l "wn guests tt.1 attend ,.,, weddlng ^1 f n <> Mrs. Abe Shap,, 3 ily of Jacksonville audit 1 Mrs. Harry Halpcrr. and I of Palm Beach. Congress Seeks U ; For Monthly Bulletin A subscription to ft, ty Review seiies willbeawau fh" Mi %  Beach AiMncul ish C Women's : Ithi | II rson suggesting | for the orga_ monthly publication, Mrs. m, chairman, an Entries must be ser.t to I Lehrman by Nov. 1. JudgesJ be Mrs, Lehrman, Mrs BqJ Sherry. Mrs. Louis Glasser.1 I. M. Weinstein ar.d Miss 1 Weiss. Thi first review will id at the Miami Beach JewiaC tei F. lay, Nov. Congress' interculturalj gram will begin on Nov. 211 Clarence Conn, chairman | nouni %  Plans have been ccn. the membership rally and! rectr* of the sessions. JacobsonToGiveTalkl On Musical Instrument Charles R. Jacobscn J1 on "Musical InstrumcnlsaMl Part They Play in J Orchestras" before *J Miami IntcrculturJ J3, 1:30 p. m. Sunday at u Miami Beach. Harrison Bard •£ original story enWW Concerto for Violin and ^ which will be iUus^ by sical excerpts. Chaim Reuben Rose man of^o^am^ Sunday School 0*4 Sunday school d** J Miami Jewish Orttad Ration will open at W* announces. %  ". u.j-1 giou school is ^^ a ,he Talmud Torah to 6 p. m. weekday i Rabbi Grauer JFJ .•Beginnings a *' Frlday Sf uled for 5:30 Pj^fl day morning sen .ces ,t 9 a. m. ndM.r.cM p. m



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L OCTOBER 18. 194B „,i pioneer Women fold Benefit M efit PP for the child ; fund of club number one, L Miami Pioneer Women s Cation for Palestme wiU L from 6 P. m. Sunday a Lc of Mr. and Mrs. Joel STIMH S VV. Hth ter. r M ax Shapiro will be fc cake, and the Rev. MauMumches wiU P^sent sevnusical selections. f pearl Raidman, who is turn of the fund, will spon,e affairShe will be assist1 Mr* Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Pushkin and Mrs. Anna THROUGH STATE [FOLLOW WEDDING Ineymoon trip to northern w il] follow the wedding Is Ethil ll.ii tman and Sambrcenstcin Sunday. Rabbi L A Zwitman will perform jrerr.onv in the study of his fat 5 p. m. A wedding din[ill be held at the Shelborne bride-elect, daughter of jid Mrs. Kryshka of New [will have her sister Miss Kryshka of New York, (id of honor. Bcrnie Green[will be best man for his Jof town guests at the wed%  will include Mr. and Mrs. [Pato, Miss Lillian Pato and *Jcwisti fhriUlm BETH DAVID WOMEN TO INDUCT OFFICERS Dr. Herman Selinsky, psychiatrist, will be guest speaker at the joint installation luncheon to be held by the Beth David Sisterhood and the Parent-Teachers association at 12:30 p. m. Tuesday in the Bayvicw room of the Alcazar hotel. Mrs. Joseph Bermann will be inducted as president of the Sisterhood and Mrs. Edward Safer, as president of the P-TA. Mrs. Max Shapiro will speak on "Why Sisterhood" and Rabbi Shapiro will give a brief address. Vocal selections will be presented by Miss Betty Carson, soprano radio star, accompanied by Eleanor Clark Linton. Mrs. Alex Steibcl will be master of ceremonies and Mrs. Jack August, past president oi the Sisterhood, will read the invocation. General chairman of the affair is Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Louis Brown will be installing officer. In charge of flowers is Mrs. Max Pepper. Mrs. David Sernaker is reservations chairman and Mrs. Harold Rand is handling publicity. Mrs. Norman Jacobs and Mrs. Murray Fox head the reception committee. • PAGE FIVE You Expect And Of Course You Are Entitled To Honest, Reliable And Intelligent Handling Of Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor 2204-2206 S. W. 27th Ave. i Coral Way Phones 48-2600—48-2609 TOUBY HUNTING CORP. % \jfitm 35CCO LlttMSib AHp/tSMO fymOORS 669 N.W. 6* Sifk. MIAMI M. fLORIDA Membership Soiree In Store ior Kadimahs A literary and musical program will highlight the membership soiree to be held by the Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women's Organization Thursday evening, Nov. 14, at Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Fred Sandier will have charge of the event. A Sukkos festival was held by the group Tuesday evening at th P Miami Beach Jewish Center with Mrs. Max Shapiro speaking on the significance of the feast of tabernacles. Mrs. Robert Miller, Jewish National Fund chairman, spoke on the work of JNF in the last 45 years. In anticipation of the Balfour commemoration during the month of November, Mrs. Norman Jacobs presented a summary of the Balfour declaration. Miss Helen Hartman, all of New York. Upon their return, the couple will reside at 2541 Lincoln ave., Coconut Grove. Rabbi Lehrman To Speak Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the Miami Beach Zionist district luncheon meeting Wednesday noon at the National hotel, Jack Burris, president, announces. The luncheon is a weekly feature of the district, and is open to interested persons. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatment! of acute medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE, M. D. 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il&iyElliDipidliiQun *i /kfe^THE JEWISH UNITY g_ NUM BER 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS rests, Violence mtinue in Palestine L BERL CORALNIK JjTA Correspondent kALEM (JTA)—Jew are nd interned in •despite their acquittal in re ] ease on bail pending Lao 150 Jews who have Lined at t: %  >• Latrun camp Iweeks without any trial L went on a Strike in protest against ted failure of Jewish orT ns to -i their release. %  hunger >trikc coincides %  report thai a British exJ expect.,: ere shortly to K e Pali n, government lection of special prison Is near the Latrun camp. |lrgun Zvai Leu mi has l a violent attack on leadIthe Jew; Agency now pr.g in London with the Igovernn i nt. "The days me claiming to speak on J, • ,v arc numIthe Irgun .-aid. The de|on, contained in leaflets j by pamphlet bombs that din the center of the city, Itr.at thi Agency leaders I s in the LonWet bun.: s of the Stern %  plodeti in Jerusalem and x. injuring seven persons, one seriously. They contained the usual slogans and warned that "the roads will b e mined and fire opened on the enemy." They admitted the mining of roads last Tuesday, which resulted in the death of two British officers and the wounding of three others. Posters placed on the walls here reported that two Arab land brokers who sold land to Jews had been "executed" by an organization calling itself the "Arab Higher Fighters." The posters warned that any Arab selling land to Jews would be dealt with summarily for harming the Arab cause. Meanwhile, charges that the police of Petach Tikvah are engaging in anti-Jewish acts were made by the mayor in a letter to the district commander. He cited 54 incidents in which the police shouted anti-Jewish slogans and he demanded that measures be taken against policemen who paint swastikas on shop windows. walls, doors and signboards. The mayor urged that punishment be severe bcause he said that conduct of the policemen was embittering the populace. "As the mayor of a Hebrew town in Palestine, I am not ready to accept dishonor," he declared in the letter. Ml| SlM'liS ul Unity ning di negotiations to Be two existing kashrus Miens u .ported this pnittee, headed by S. M. perg and Abraham Leviappear re the Beth koard of directors Tuespir.g to pn sent a plan for Pig the Bi th Jacob Vaad is and the Greater MiHakashrus. fipts to bring the two |together have been made for a number of years. lear, th. Greater Miami [Federation proposed the ,but ni 6 lions failed iteration recognized the %  Miami Vaad with a subf Moses Mescheloff is Cliff the B.th Jacob .Vaad P>i Joseph E, Rackovsky |the Greatei Miami Vaad. 7* said that his commitprs the unification on the "that the present kashrus is confusing to local *ell a.the tourist popYZAC To Demand Aid of Democrats ^RS WITH MUFTI |0 (JTA)--Premier Sidky T* week received the exl Jerusalem for 40 minWortedly m connection p political activity in th^h"'^" 1 t0,d re L inal the v; i was strictly V d refused l make a ny action on the TruPment concerning PalesMid that he has no l ex mine the question. Determined to get action on the United States policy of opening Palestine to Jewish immigration, young men and women of the Greater Miami area will join Zionists throughout the country in circulating petitions this week The petitions, which call upon the Democratic National committee to keep j's platform promises about the Hoiy Land, will be distributed by members of the local Young Zionist Action committee, Harold G. Shapiro, chairman, announced. Committee members will be stationed at Collins ave. and 15tn St., Washington ave. and 13th st. and Washington ave. and Fifth st., from Saturday night through Tuesday. Others will make 9 house-to-house canvass. F i v < thousand signatures will be sought. The Democrats have repeatedly favored opening of Palestine to unrestricted Jewish immigration and the establishment of a free and democratic Jewish commonwealth. In addition, President Truman has requested that 100 000 European Jews be allowed to enter Palestine. The campaign will be carried out in conjunction with the National Young Zionist Action committee. Lodge to Hear National Editor Three hundied members of the Miami Beach lodge B'nai B'rith will be initiated Tuesday evening in ceremonies at the Municipal Pier, Miami Beach, ge J. Bertman, president, announce.-. Edward E. Grusd, editor of the Natii nal Jewish Monthly since l!>28, will be guest speaker. Forpresident of a lodge in northern Virginia, Grusd was American correspondent for the Paris EDWARD GRUSD Jewish newspaper, "i'L'niv.iIsraelite," and foreign correspondent in Europe for the Ohio Slat" JournbL David Emmer is chairman of the initiation team which will pn side over the ceremonies for the new members who will be known as the Franklin Delano R sevelt class. ItariH'Ei Wins .III Award NEW YORK (JTA)—Bernard M. Baruch was named winner of I the human brotherhood award given annually by the Fraternal Li : • Jewish. Education Committee of New York a? the league's annual convention held at the Waldi rl Ast ria hotel. This ithe fifth annual award made "for the most significant contribution to the promotion of human brotherhood." It was voted to Mr. Baruch for his efforts in furthering world peace as American delegate to the U.N. Atomic commission. The formal presentation will be made at a later dale. Former recipients of the league's award are Franklin D. Roosevelt, Dr. Arthur H. C ton. University of Chicago physicist; Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy and former UNRRA Director General Herbert H. Lehman, Agency Gets Terms For Action in Parley JERUSALEM (JTA)—A nine-point proposal for Jewish Agency participation in the London conference on Palestine was reported this week to have been forwarded to the Jewish Agency through the Palestine government. It suggested the following: 1. The detained leaders of the U.S. Visa Refuses to Sneh WASHINGTON (JTA) —Dr. Mcshe Sneh, a member of the Jewish Agency executive who the British charge is one of the leaders of the Haganah, has been refused a visa to the United States by the American consulate in Paris, it was learned here. He was invited by the Zionist Organization of America to address the ZOA convention which opens at the end of this month in Atlantic City. Replying to an inquiry by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Elliot B. Coulter, assistant chief of the visa division, said that Sneh was refused a visa on the basis of his activities in Palestine. However, Coulter and other sources in the State department stressed that the entire matter was still under consideration and that a decision could be expected soon. Weil Gets Highest Honor The medal of merit, the nation's highest civilian decoration was presented to Frank Weil, president of the National Jewish Welfare board, and six other Ui>u leaders last week in New York. Weil was cited for his work as vice president of USO and a member of its policy and executive committees. Heads Einstein Project NEW YORK (JTA)-Thc Alien Einstein F undation, through its board of directors, has anncunced the .lection of S. Ralph Lazrus as president, to succeed Dr Israel Goldstein, who resigned Sept 16. The Foundation plans to establish a Jewish-sponsored, secular, non-quota university in Waltham, Mass.. to be open to .indents and faculty on the sole basis of scholastic merit. Iftcarli Group Aids Orphans A seven-year-old girl, only survivor of a Polish Jewish family of seven, has been adopted by the Workmen's Circle, Branch 692, of M i a m i Beach, it was announced this v.. ok. An appeal for funds for t h e girl, Fani Sutton, is in o w being i made. Fani was rcs' cued by a priest when her parents and brothFan. ( r s and sisters were taken to a concentration camp and killed. Alter the war she and 24 other children were transferred from the church in Poland to the Vladek Home in Paris. But the Home does not have facilities for the children and a request for maintenance funds was addressed to American organizations. The Beach Workmen's Circle learned of Fani's plight through a relief worker who just returned from France. At a dinner Sunday evening, the Circle raised $300 which will repay the priest who rescued Fani. Another $300 is being sought to take care of the child. The Circle will provide for the girl until she is 18 years old. Other children may also be adopted by the group. Persons interested in contributing to the fund may send checks to the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington ave., Miami Beach. B'nai B'rith to Mark UN Week On Radio B'nai B'rith will mark United Nations week with a 15-minute broadcast over Station WIOD at 9 a.m. Tuesday. detained leaders Jewish Agency will be released, provided they undertake not to engage in the type of activities for which they were arrested. 2.' Those leaders are not however, to participate in the London conference as representatives of the Jewish Agency. 3. The Jewish Agency should guarantee that the underground Jewish groups will not disturb the peace. 4. The Jewish Agency shquld take steps to end "illegal" immigration. 5. The immigration quota is to continue on the basis of 1,500 visas monthly, with the Jewish immigrants who are detained in Cyprus to be brought to Palestine to await release under the quota. 6. Military and police searches will cease and no arrests will be made if the Jewish Agency accepts the above conditions. 7. The period of quiet which it is hoped will follow the above steps should be used for preliminary negotiations prior to the resumption of the London conference. 8. Only the Morrison Grady plan—the "federalization plan"— shall be a basis for negotiations and no other proposal. Jewish immigration is to continue into the Jewish part of Palestine under the above plan and in accordance with its absorptive capacity. (Continued on Page 4) Meyer Heads Loan Fund Baron de Hirsch Meyer was elected temporary president of the new community loan service following its establishment Monday evening at Temple Beth Sholom. The independent agency, to be known as the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund, Inc., was approved by the general membership of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, which formerly controlled the granting of loans. Following the JSSB meeting, the agency held a meeting to adopt its charter and elect officers. The charter was to be presented in court this week. The agency will grant non-interest bearing loans up to $300 to eligible persons. Loan funds of JSSB will be transferred to it. There is a possibility that loan fund reserves of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation may be combined with JSSB money for the loan agency. Besides Meyer, officers are Leon Kaplan, Joseph Lipton and Elry Stone, vice presidents; Max R. Silver, secretary, and Benjamin Meyers, treasurer. Other directors are J. Gerald Lewis, Sam Lachman, Louis Touby, Ralph Kaplan, Jerome Weinkle, Harold Ungerleider, Hyland Rifas, Jacob Eppstein, Henry Perlish, Isaac Levin, Leo Eisenstein, Carl Gardner, Max Meisel, Jack Abbott, Irving Frankel, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, George Wolpert, Albert Quadow, Mrs. Harry Faber, Sam Weissel. ..! -.} I I n it i! V y ; -M i 1-:' 1 •


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SaSSSPpSSpHS^PSSPT %  OCTOBERjM^L. *• bwisl) thr Mian PAGE THREE PRESIDENT 10 SPEAK IT 2 HADASSAH EVENTS i i) Shapiro, of AuKui tern president j'-ch will speak on Their Veins or Oil? Palestinian cona a meeting of the ,dassah at 1:30 Za in Beth David au!''• |g|OUl> m km. pi ,„ was recently to the World which will be I sw itzerland in December. [also a member of the na[board Hadassah. In her Lwill Rive an evaluation ntribution to the Jewish national ,1. ,, Frome, program I introduce Mrs. Maurice MamI veral Sukkos L Harte and Mrs. Harry Mfwill b. in charge of renents. MrsJoseph Carp MRS. I. D. SHAPIRO Mizrachi To Meet, Plan Benefit Fish Dinner %  j i W )m SISTERHOOD [INSTALL OFFICERS Walsey will be nt of the MiL renter Sistern at 12:30 p.m. Monday at the SI c Iborne hotel. Mrs. Walgey succeeds Mis. Joseph M. Rose. Kabbi Irving I. e hr m a n, guest speaker, will be introduced by MrsMilton Sirkin, mistress of ceremonies. L L ff, formerly of C t Opera Guild, I ; the operetta, I iste," and will it. Mrs. Kraff tzie Scheff, for V. it wrote the s 1 be accompa| reibman, mu: Center. Mrs. kg :. arranged the I installation iiiun is Ml William oasie. :,. Mrs. SeyB. B. Wolf and ( Saa ucl G erg. Mrs. Nat large of floral f Walsey, officers of |i b Mrs. M. S. Rulent; Mrs. Irvihrmi Raymond Ru' %  •' % %  Klein, vice preste Mrs, G( %  vn.v Goldberg, fcrer; Ben Kohn, finanpcretj Seymour Ruretary; Mrs. nd Mrs. Jack .. win g secretaries, %  J M. Rose, chapFirst meeting of the season will be held by the Mizrachi organisation at the Beth Jacob community building Saturday evening. Important committee reports will be made and refresh will be served. Mrs. S. M. Orundwerg announces that the organization will hold a home-cooked gefilte fish luncheon at 1 p. m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at the Beach Y for the benefit of the group's refugee children's village in Palestine. At a similar affair held in Sep tember, Mizrachi raised over $300. Working with Mrs. GrundI!,: and Professional %  n ol Had • is installatii n with an entertaii ew memi % %  y evening evening will be I rael 1). Shapiro, soul! ent o| HadasOf f ic | %  %  I ikel, vice i corn i i retary; Esl ei etary; !•' | Ai m Pal/ .y ming :: eml i • nding th< .! r ai 710 .1 were Ke ny Ci hi n, M i Gotl j Edward Curs Hornick ^ and Gerald Em 65 Bowlers Enter League Competition Strikes, spcj'es, moans and groans are in fague every Thursday evening at the Recreation Bcwling Center where the Emanon club of the Miami Y is holding its second big league, according l<> Sam Kratish, president. Nine teams of 41 men and four teams of 20 girls are participating in the league which will run for 36 weeks with a split season arrangement of 18 weeks. Winner of the two halves will play off for the championship. Now in the fifth week of competition, the "Needleitts" and "Starkeites" are tied for firs; place among the men's teams. percentage is 777. 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a OCTOBER 18. 1946 ^Jewisti Fhiricfiam DSTEII TO SPEAK FOR ZOfl I Goldstein, cochairman of the United Jewish Appeal Ltoresident of the ZOA, will be principal speaker al the Ll lern regional convention of th e Zionist Organization of f' 1 ',',;/,;. Harris, Beach Zionist district president, announced PAGE SEVEN Rea ch will be host to BUS from Nov. 15 to a ", for tlt conference were fcl Sunday at the first T of the new board of dibr.Irris 1 mi" 1 led I>: It of Ih 7 lict at a • tin •''' |ed by members ^ e National auditor i-j [last X I night. Hej been ai %  nresidi |cr ol Burns elected were (, nan, Oscar LelM;iN M, |, Alfred Stone, Vai Sti 'ten, George J. L .. ; sidents; Daniel B ,.,.,' ri • nancial secretary; iLachm ..surer; Philip en. rec secretary. hard B id was named ir.an of tl board of direcJ which are BenApp. 1, Leonard Barr, Ms Bei li Archie Brick, Kl M C> %  % %  Harry A. CornBern..: I 5. Feiner, Jake lliam I. F uer, Jacob FishM. II. Frankel, Nathan l f: [si Goldberg, S. A. Iman. Paul L. Greene, TheoKulkis, N. H. Hankoff, Rab]eon K Rabbi Irving t-.an, H W. Lehman, ILesov...i ', Dr. Louis Lyt|Br.*Tr"A I.ipkind. \ry I. Magid, Joseph Mazo, li Moses Mcseheloff Harry Miller, Louis Miller, L. Moriber, Morris Newmark, Alex L. Perper, Dr. J. B. Pomerance, Harry Platoff, Leo Robinson, I Raymond Rubin. Seymour Rubin, Samuel A. Rivkind, Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, Hai j old Shapiro, Matthew Sllvei Harold Vinson, Carl Wc inkle, Ernie Woolfe. Burris scored Great Britain for failing to allow the in ate transfer of 100,000 European Jews to Palestine. "President Truman at long last recognizes the shocking doublecross to which this count] well as the miserable victims oi Hitler, has been subjected. Tl • second winter since their socalled 'liberation' faces them, blithe homeless Jews of Europe continue homeless and rejected," he declared. "The Jews of America will not stand idly by while British tyranny tears down what Ji energy, Jewish courage and Jewish resourcefulness have created" he added. Beach JWV To Install Adams As Commander Miami Be ch post, Jewish War Veterans will install its new ofWcers at a dance to be held al 8 Pm. Sunday at the Beach Elks' dub. ,:: are Harry Adams, commander; Sol Jaffee, senior vice commander; Dr. Joseph B. Pomerance, junior vice com'Ben Feld, judge advocate Adams succeeds E. Max uoldstein. A prominenl • %  win be Present at the installation affair I 'V ; %  'nvited. 1 a collec%  I victrola re< nds were pre ented to the Nautilus veterans to! 'a week by Jerry Hecker, repre enting the post. rh( odgi di nated a total ol "' v n radi • jpital It is always cool and comfortable at the EL BOLERO Mexican Lounge Bar 3181 CORAL WAY EISIGDAST FISHERIES, INC. WEST FLAGLER STREET — AT THE BRIDGE EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR AUTO INSPECTION TIME IS HERE! WHAT ABOUT YOUR BRAKES? LET DIXIE SPECIALI ISTS PUT YOUR' CAR IN SHAPE FOR ANY TESTI Dixie' t„ motorists is complete in every respect, be it bratfe adjustment, wheel aligning, motor repair, tire recapping, electrical repairs anything and everythln tt lone the right way ... the DIXIE way! CONVINIINT NIICHIORHOOD STATIONS DIXIE TIRE C? 7^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH jM H. W. First street £ v M,am A "' 1538 %  W. nth Art. 045 Fifth Street Phone 5-5369 1840 Alton Itoad Phone 5-9724 HALLOWE'EN DANCE A "Sail Neath the Stars" dance will be held on Hallowe'en by the Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Miss Edith Shulman, president, announces. An ad book and entertainment are planned foi \ the affair. LEGAL NOTICES 139,026 DP's FRANKFURT, (JTA) Army nounced this week that the latest count showed 139,lisplaced Jews h the American occupation zone of Germany. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiilng to engage In business under the fictitious name oi ollilA.\IZATIo.\ Ml.YlEotiKAI'HlNU & rYPEWRITINQ SERVICE at 6e Lincoln i{,i. m dg-i u „„ ln „ Miami i• % %  ...li Intends to register said name with Hi. Clerk of tne Circuit Court oi i Mil.County, Florida CELIA TRAURIO. ll I2 .--ii..|/g **" Wner NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that •"/ underalgn.-d. desiring t„ ,.„gage in • %  under the li,titi.,us name o. u ;.',.,. ;• \'"'-N "' !UA1 111 '' TYPE WRITING SERVICE al BOO Lincoln Kd. Bldg.., Room 22, Miami Beach in %  i",. s '. %  ":, K '~ U ': sal '' : >""-"ii th. -i i. of theCircuit Court of Dad. ountj, Florida. CELIA TK.URIG. 15 11/1-g '" w e 'IN COUNTY JUDGE S I'l ll lir Ni 1: l: Hi ol FRED I.. PARLIN, di i-easi il. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M \KI Al'l'l.l.'.vrinN FOR FINAL DISCH VRUE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai 1 a\ i fiii .1 mj final i epoi t and petition foi F.n..I Discharge Incilla l.v il. .1of tl.. ,| |.-|:KI, |", J'AIILIN, !. i,d thai on thi %  *in iluy ni r, 1916, will apply t" Hi. Honorable W. F. Blanton, j'ount; i| hade County. Plotdo for pproval of said final n IOTI and tor final di 1 % %  • %  '.'"I "i Ilu %  tuti of FItEl) II'ARI.IN di cased. This |3th lobe 1941 HUGH l>. ItEMIS, Ancillary Exi rutoi ..i tin Esl „ __ Fred I. %  i-. ,i MAX R. SILVER. At tomes for Ancillary Exei I" IS-25 11-1-8 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County. Florida No, RK ESTATE IF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai '•• undesigned, desiring ,„ engage 1, sTAHi" !•,'•", ',' %  ;,'!" %  ctltk>us name o imWW N GROCERY at 9N; nth Ave., Miami. Fla„ |„ • i t., .egist,.,. sam name with th. County?' PM !" '" l,,, '" I,a< JL'Lirs I. FREEMAN CHARLES K. 8TAHU HXRRY DIETZ, Partner* Atorney for Applicants 1 ongress Bids 8-23 l! 1-8-ltT Court of Dade Cunt v. Finrida LAWRENCE A. BECK WILLIAM B. SWIMMER ni-RNETT^TH^^ 8 ^ ^V'^yij^Applicants N't I he if l .any %  ':.i .vlth of I I, 'TICK IS 11EREHY CilVEN that '"."'•''' %  '-"•••J siring to engage iislness under the fictitious name llscayne Venetian Blind Cornit B20J X. \V. 22nd Ave., Miami. Intends to register said name the t lerh of tlie Circuit Court ade ounty. SAMUEL F. El/lon, JR., Sole Owner. 18-1 li:l-S ELIZABETH PEZARA, A K \ BESSIE OEZARA I u sed NOTK1E OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS ill VRtlE Ni iri. i: is hi rebj un. n thai I havi %  • in) final report and petition !'" %  Final Uischarg. as Ancillarj AdminIstratoi ol th. state ol ELIZABETH IIEZARA, -\ K A BESSIE OEZARA ',.1 that on the l-iti da: %  I N'oi. mix .. 1916, .11 appl) ic th Honorable W. F. Blanton, Count Judge "t Dade County, Florida, fo. approval ol said final report and fo fli AdmlnlS' "I the Esl • ol KLIZ VBETII DEZARA, A K/A BESSIE BEiSARA, decoasi This l"th daj of i letober, 1918. MAX R. SILVER, MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Ancillary Administrator. 10'1S.25 11 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County, Florida RE ESTATE i>P MARY LAWLER A K \ MARY LAWLOR and MARV A LAWLER 1.. N'OTICJE OF INTENTION "l"< MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS en \I;I;K NI ITU 'I %  I • rebj glvi n thai I have fill d • %  final report and i" litlon fe 11 ni t d m I • i lati MARY I.AW\ K \ MARY LA LOR and MARY .\ LAWLER deceased: ind n tin isth day of November, 1916. will apply to the Honorable W. p Rlantoi I 'ounty Judge of I wdi for approval of ilpl"imts 1105 Congress bldg. in 4-1 1-18-28 11/1 Pl0rid8 BEN LEVIN. BHtRLEY LEVIN, CHARLES BROMER. Bole Owners. QEORGE CHERTKOP. Attorney for Applicant* 9/S7 10/4-11-18-25 1 %  •: 11 NOTICE IS HEREBY (RVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ir. husini'ss under the fictitious name oi 1 last.. ..-,al Co., not inc.. at Miami Hernia, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade' Count v. Florida. HENRY A. STEIN ISAAC .IOFFE Attorney for Applicant in 4-11-18-25 11/1 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name oi REGAL HOTEL at 615 Fifth St.. Mi .an Beach, Florida intends to registet laid name with the Clerk of the Ciruit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. HARRY NORSTEIN, Lessee and Operator. HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant i 'ongress bldg. Miami. Florida 1-11-18-25 11/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha. the undersigned desiring to engage 1. business under the fictitious nam if Tropical Sales Service at 2024 s'.W .'1st Street, Miami. SS, F'la.. intend: 0 register said name with the Clerl >f the Circuit Court of Dade Count> hlorlda* ROBERT W. COOH Sole Owner. U:ll-lS-25 11:1 Nil IK B IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage li husiness under the fictitious name o SINCLAIR HOTEL, at 507 Espanoli Way. Miami Beach, Fla., Intends t register said name with the Clerk ol he circuit Court of Dade County. •'!..! Ida. LAWRENCE TAYLOR. Lessee nnd Operator HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant, Congress Rldg. 9/27 10/4-11-1S-25 NOTICE !S HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of INDIVIDUAL LAUNDRY SERVICE OF MIAMI, at 477 S. W. 8th Street, .Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, VOX ZAM^^iM^ !" 1 ../2V\r4 e > ri-[s-25 Ma, ut,Burs,c,n NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of OHAFFIE'S BAR, at 5801 N. W. 22nd Ave., Miami, Fla., intend to reglsler aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida DAVID P. WIENER CHARLES CAMPIGLIA NATHANIEL J. KLEIN, Attorney for Applicants, GU.1 I.fncoln Road. V27 10/4-11-1S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name o! I. & I. FRIEDLER CO. not Inc.. at 100 American National Bank Building. Miami. Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circull Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK FRIEDLER IRVING FRIEDLER BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Applicants 10. 4-11-18-25 11/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersignedj. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of \ & II Jobbing Co.. Hermitage Hotel. at 42U N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida intends tn register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. HEnMAN scHLUSSEL. Sole Owner. HAROLD TURK Attorney for A & H Jobbing Co. I2n Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida in/4-11-18-25 NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ANITA LEE GIF'T SHOPPE, at 1761 S \V Sth St., Miami, Florida, intond to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fl0rUla HABRY R. SHERMAN BESSIE SHERMAN 9/20-27 10/4-11-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RAKER PLUMBING & HKATINO CO., at 4326 N. W. 3" ( th Court, Miami, fla., Intends to register said name mil the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida TOM RAKER '/27 10/4-11-1V-L'.-, NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage in luslness under the fictitious name of MIAMI AMUSEMENTS, at 2106 N. B. wepnd Ave., Miami, F'la.. Intend to eglSter said name with the Clerk of he Circuit Court of Dade County, %  loilda. BERNARD H. FRANK WILLIAM A. CORNELIUS MAE Lt.-TWACK SAMUEL RUBIN, „„ A ,"„" r ""v for Applicants. 9/20-27 10/t-il-18 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged in busl'."Ve,,.'.""'"'' "'<' fictitious name of LABELLE APARTMENTS, at liar, Normandy Drive, Miami Beach. Flor".... %  ""' In, nd to register the said Ictitlous name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade .ounty. Florida. LAWRENCE HOI'TMAN MINNIE HOFFMAN GEORGE CHERTKOF*" 6 0Wner *v^n.^"""""""NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl ,'E.N that the undersigned, desirinf to engage in business under the fictitious name of L & H RESTAURANT, at 237 14th Street. Miami Beach. Dade Countv. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court .f Dade Countv. Florida. LOUIS L. SCHAFFER HARRY JACOBS MILLER & PODELL Attorneys for Applicants '.0/4-11-18-25 11/4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, ("eslrliig to engage n business under the fictitious name of Llght-Crafters at 1747-49 S. W. Sth Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON KIRSCH, MEYER COHF:N, RALPH KIRSCH. Partners. HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 10:11-18-25; 11:1-8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. No. 18186 n Re: ESTATE OF PATRICK DIAMOND. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby lotified and required to present any laims and demands which you, or -ither of you, may have against tlie •state of PATRICK DIAMOND, deeased, late of Philadelphia County, Pa., to the Hon. W. V. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florda. within eight calendar months from :he date of the first publication hereof. 5aid claims or demands to contain tlie legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date September SO, A.D. 1946. SEYMOUR J. SIMON As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of PATRICK DIAMOND. Deceased. SEYMOUR J. SIMON Attorney for Ancillary Administrator First publication on Friday, October 4. 1946. 10/4-11-18-25 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 42778 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that GAY KORNICK, holder as assignee of City of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 5278, dated the 1st da*' of June, A.D. 1942, has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County. Florida, to-wlt: Lot \ Block 2, Harwood Second Addition to Riverside Farms. Plat Book 4. Pago 29, in the City of Miami. County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of UNKNOWN. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 23rd day of October, A.D. 1946. Dated 'hi 18th day of September, A.D. 1946. (Circuit Court Seal) E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, FldVlda. By BETHENIA W. BRYAN, D. C. 9/20-27 10/4-11-11 5i*i I i t! %  1 1 1 %  I .1' 'i'l %  u 4'l t I : i



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I %  PAGE SIX *fruhfk*ldk*n 1 t< • MISS MEYER TO WED •AFTER GRADUATION The engagement of Miss Barbara (Bobbee) Meyer and Roy Robert Schechter was announced this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer, 583 N. E. 56th st. Mr. Schechter is a son of Mrs. Nathan Schechter, Great Neck, L. I., and the late Dr. Schechter. The wedding will be an event of next June, following Miss Meyer's graduation from the University of Miami. A Spanish major, Miss Meyer attended Cushman school,' Miami High school. and Carleton college. Northfield. Minn., and was graduated from Mount Vernon Seminary, Washington. During her summer vacations, she has modeled for Burdine's college shop. Her fiance served with the Army air forces for three years. He was stationed in Africa and Italy for 18 months and held the rank of lieutenant. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Dr. Cohen Announces Opening of Offices Dr. Frank Cohen announces the opining of offices at 915 W. Flagler St. for the practice ol general medicine, Dr. Cohen and his wife, the former Betty Luby, arrived In Miami this summer to make hum. here. H, is an alumnus of the University <>f Maryland medical school and practiced in Baltimore before becomcombat surgeon with the armed forces overseas. He was in i for four years. Mrs, Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam Luby, was graduated from Goucher college, Baltimore, in June. CHORUS PLANS DANCE. ANNUAL CONCERT The Greater Miami Jewuh Folk Chorus will sponsor a dance Saturday evening, Nov. 9. at tin IOOF hall, N. W. Second ave. and Fourth st. With the slogan "A singing people will never perish from he earth," the choral group, wnicn consists of 54 people at present, is preparing for their annual concert to be held in March. The organization hopes to have "" voices for the concert. Included in the chorus n P< i toire are new Jewish. American md Palestinian songs. Rehearsals are held at Hi'> m. each Tuesday at Beth David tynagogue. Prospective members may enroll with the secretary Mrs. Augusta Birmberg. 1740 S. W. Sixth St. B'NAI B'RITH AIDE Herbert H. Bungai I has been ti d assistant national rship direct r for B'nai according to Henry Monsky, pi %  ident. Men To Model Fashions At Temple Israel Event Tin men will model fashions when the Sisterhood and Men's %  lub of Temple Israel hold a Joint affair Wednesday evening in the Temple's Kaplan hall. Refreshments, dancing and enertainment will he included at he event, to which, no admission vill be charged. Sisterhood members will provide box lunches. Brotherhood Attorney To Address Men s Club Tom Davis, chief counsel of the iSTS department, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will be the principal speaker at the first Fall meeting of Temple Beth Sholom Men's club. Abraham Blatt president, has called the meeting for 8:30 p. m. Thursday, Oct 24, in the Temple's commun.iv houst. Mi Davis has been practicing law for the past 45 years in Minneapolis and Chicago. His topic will be "Soul of a Nation." During the business meeting, reports will be given by Dr. Dennis Quittner, chairman of baseball activities; Bertram Waller, contitution and by-laws; George J. Talianoff, program; Alex Strauss, youth committee. Hoffman Opens Market Announcement of the opening of Hoffman's Kosher Meat Market at 415 Espanola Way. Miami Beach, is made by Joseph Hoffman. The market, formerly known as Kcnholz, is under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus. Free delivery service is available to customers. Miss Ravitz, Mr. Kaplan To Marry On Sunday Miss Ellen Ravitz will become I the bride of Robert Kaplan in a private ceremony to be read by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff at his home Sunday afternoon. Miss Ravitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ravitz, 925 Lenox ave., will be attended by the Misses Winnie Epstein and Muriel Marr. Al Diamond will serve %  as best man. The bride-elect, a graduate of Miami Beach High school, is a Hying enthusiast and an officer of the local chapter of Women Flyers. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham ; nai **2 *ih Lea ri ? a H service, *'" Bs^j fanner *,?•>, A force ann • "•fl "' %  %  ll >*com S>"1 spws T n f 0r ^N HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC: 122 N. E. 6th St. Ph. 3-5174 Wedding Invitations and Announcements For the Most Particular Bride Distinctive Monogrammed Stationery Informals Birth Announcements FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL WORK NEW YEAR GREETINGS BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street PHONE 5-1422 MIAMI BEACH TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixiura No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimate* All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21tt Terrace GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will aave on i new roof later "Satlafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5S60 WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant 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 MUSICIANS* CLUB OF AMERICA Ruth Brotman Management Presents Famous Westminster (|, 0 j, John Finley Williamson. Conductor BENEFIT HOME FOR MUSICIANS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30 8:30 P. M. WHITE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM 320 N. E. SECOND AVENUE Tickets for sale at Miami Cordelia'.B k Shep, Red Cress (Kodak Department); AmidonV Mu Si Bi-c;i\r,eBhtJ Alhambra Circle; Miami Beach R S ip; S. Miami Beach Conservatory of M'.i-ir. 41st St.; MacM Deauville Hotel (Little Flower Sh ADVANCE MAIL ORDERS TO HEADQUARTERS 708 Lanqford Bldg.. Miami, Fla. Phottl PRICES: 1.50— 2.00—2.50--3.00. Plus Tax And Institutional Equipment Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware — Silverware Steam Tables—Coifee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens—Hoi Plate's Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS y^.futorMw smilesti, ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE cv CONTROL 5 Year Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach X TRULY NOLEN. Preiid.nl EACH account is insured to S5.OO0It,ijJJ eral Savings and Loan Insurant Capo HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a $15,000 and be fully insured. d CHASE FEDERAL savings account investments for Trust Funds, as we" held by Guardians, Administrators ana utors. h i0th of li e FUNDS invested on or before me %  > ^ month earn as of the 1st of the cunen' R.ources Over IM£ m 1)11 Lincoln Rd. '; Block E> SAVINGS AND LOAN AS! C. L. CLEMtNTS, iid" 1



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( f;, V I PAGE TWO *Jei§t>fk>/ id/ten FBIDAY • I %  • > %  VeUctiatty, fyxeaMng, i • • • Trustees of the MU Sinai hospital will be entertained at a buffet supper Wednesday evening at the home of Sam Blank, chairman of the initial gifts unit of the hospital's forthcoming building fund campaign ... ... A rehabilitation hjnquet will be gien by the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order. Lodge 192, at Manning's restaurant, 7 p.m. Monday. R. Saltzman. general secretary of the order, will be guest speaker Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green, 1451 S. W. Fifth St.. have left for New York to join their family and friends in celebrating their 53rd wedding anniversary. At the same time their son and daughter-in-law will mark their 25th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Herman Berk have returned from their honeymoon and are residing at 445 15th st. First anniversary present for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Apte, 435 S. W. 31st rd., was their son, Robert, who was born Monday at Jackson Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bimberg, 1745 S. W. Sixth st., celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary Monday. They were hosts at a party for the Southern Conj ference of Human Welfare Sunday evening and Tuesday eve-1 ning hey entertained the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus. Mrs. Hanah Epstein of Brooklyn is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Sam Greenbaum, 1132 Euclid ave. Miss Ruth RosPOSITION WANTED By niiddle-aged wom.in at companion to lady or man or couple. Also housekeeping and light nursing Preferably on Be.ich. Telephone 5-1548 between 9 and 10 A.M. or 5 and 6 PM. enfeld. McKeesport. Pa., is now making her home here. She is the cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gardner. Rex hotel. Mrs. Gardner's sister, Miss Marjory Klee. arrived Monday from Pittsburgh to reside here. She was recently released from the Marines Mrs. Sarah Kornberg arrived from Brooklyn Thursday to visit her son, David Charles Freefield is now in his new home at 710 Jefferson ave. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff, J338 S. W. 25th ter., have returned by plane from a trip to New York and Philadelphia ... Mr. and Mrs. F. Glazer. 852 Jefferson ave., left Thursday for a vacation in Chicago. New York and Boston. They will attend the weddings of two cousins, Seymour Newman and Miss Edie Weiss, of Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack, 905 Michigan ave., have re:urned from an extensive trip. After a short stay at the Beach, they will continue travelling Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Lewis and daughter. Barbara, of Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, are wintering in Miami • Mrs. Monte Selig, member of the executive committee of the national women's division, United Jewish Appeal, attended a special meeting in New York city Monday and Tuesday to plan relief for European Jewish war survivors Mrs. Elizabeth Urban. 1568 Washington ave., has returned from Long Beach, L. I. After spending four and one-half months at Avon Lake, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss, 561 N. E. 68th st., are at home Allan T. Abess is on a fashion-buying trip in New York. Paramount I'oiillrv To. 237 N. W. Fifth Street Specializing In KOSHER LIVE POULTRY KILLED WHILE YOU WAIT SHOCHET ON DUTY TUESDAY A. M. ALL DAY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AND FRIDAY A. M. Also A Full Line of Fruits and Vegetables Iteiijaniiiii Woiiior CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Announces Removal of Offices to 1428-29 DuPONT BUILDING Phone 3-4717 Ethel Rosman To SayMarriage Vows Sunday 22o*i %  %  >-'* """"ft Miss Ethel Rosman and Alan Chassner will exchange marriage vows in a ceremony to be performed at 2 p. m. Sunday by Rabbi Irving Lehrman in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The bride-elect, daughter of the Louis Rosmans 1205 Meridian ave., will be attended by Miss Lorna Chassner, maid of honor, and the Misses Martha Ebsten.. Audrey Gelb, Shirley Holtzman and Rosalie Sepin, bridesmaids. Malvin Rothlein will be best man for Mr. Chassner, who i^ the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chassner, 519 S. W. 19th rd. Ushers will be George Bernstein, Eh Breger, Samuel Rosner, and Myron Salmon. Elliott Levy, the bride-elect's nephew, will serve as ring bearer. After a honeymoon in the north, the couple will reside at 227 First st., Miami Beach. j PRIVATE PIANO i INSTRUCTION Manhoffs Await Completion of Home Following their honeymoon in Havana, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Manioil are residing at Miami Beach until their home in the southwest section of Miami is completed. Tha couple was married at Jacob Aug. 25. Mrs. Manhnif. the former Evelyn Schecter, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schecter. She was educated m Miami, il( : husband, son of the Hyman Manhoffs, attended schools in Philadelphia ana was with the Seventh Army in the European theatre of war. r For The Best It is with pleasure that I extend Best Wishes to my Friends on the occasion of the observance of ROSH HASHONA REMEMBRANCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS ll.tml Mml< 4 IHH-OI.-IICS CANDY FRUITS By FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX (The Original) WE PARCEL POST from COAST TO COAST it it 10