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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
20NUMBER 32
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
British Army Spreads Terror Reign
ver Palestine Jewish Communities
LOCI
night
JEWISH LEADERS' STATEMENTS SHOW REACTIONS
IIXED ON ACTIVITIES OF IRGUNISTS IN HOLY LAND
By TED STOIL
(Jewish Floridian Stajf Writer)
nsc
ch for fundamentals in
1 situation is generally
and thankless, as well
uitless, task. Thus, for
with the endeavor on
of this writer, during
week, to develop a co-
nsus of local opin-
ing the current situa-
ilestine as emphasized
ents of the last fort-
baching various leaders
Jewry, as well as non-
union, we expected to
clear-cut reactions to
Instead we found
statements evoked by
ons, were largely die-
tactical" considerations
ganizational policies.
ly as possible, reaction
estioning leads me to
most Jewish leaders
eater Miami area in-
not condemn the ac-
the Irgun, the Stern
of terrorist or under-
wish activity in prin-
ami Beach Zionist Organization
of America:
"I have just returned from the
national convention of the ZOA,
and all leading Zionists of this
country are very greatly con-
cerned about the irreparable in-
jury being done the Jewish cause
by the undisciplined tactics of
the Irgun.
"The Jews have never been a
brutal people, and we look with
abhorrence upon a reign of terror,
whether it be British, or whether
it be fomented by misguided
members of the Yishuv. The
Irgun has intimidated the entire
Jewish population of Palestine,
and the only reason they have
not as yet been run into the
ground is because the thinking
leaders of Palestine Jewry have
been averse to creating a situa-
tion which the British opportu-
nists might label a state of .civil
war.
"Financial support, in the U. S.,
of Irgunist activities, either di-
rectly or indirectly through the
' "'''" Hecht-Bergson groups, is a be -
is s.gnif1Cant, however, u.ayal q the Yishuv..
sat
from the angry letter
jGoodman, published in
EThe Mail" column on
one person whom we
I was willing to make
statement expressing
Ival of the hanging and
pping of the two British
and similar actions.
eaders, members of the
inical fraternity, organi-
cecutives and others, re-
lake any statement at
than express their rea-
emotional sentiments
Ibject.
fcr, we present the fol-
lotations from those who
statements available:
Roth, prominent Zion-
ric leader:
kponsible Zionist leader-
|es the illegal actions of
Sroup of demented Jews
in the Irgun and Stern
re in America cannot
^ndemn, without realiz-
hese Jews now giving
have been so tortured
n reaction, losing their
^8, and so goaded by
ranny, that they have
M>son.
lis week "British 'Tom-
iged the death of two
attacking a funeral
^d killing five Jews and
others, we saw no
decrying this British
-yet it was of the same
and hate, making sane
tieir reason.
|would-be heroes of the
harming the cause of
Maying into the hands of
}es in England and the
giving Great Britain
it wants to continue
|its obligations to the
public opinion must
\ie British tyranny as
" by the arrest of Jew-
because of the acts
^responsible Jews.
Britain, not the Irgun,
lessor,"
Irris, leader of the Mi-
Jack Kofoed, Miami Herald
columnist:
"I have long fought against
anti-Semitism, and all forms of
repression and discrimination
against minorities. So, I am dis-
tressed at recent occurrences in
Palestine.
"Despite declarations from some
people, there can be no doubt that
such incidents as the hanging of
two British sergenats adds to the
anti-Semitic flame. It has flared
up in England, even among peo-
ple who had a definite sympathy
for the Jewish fight for a home-
land.
"The Irgun Zvai Leumi may
feel it is helping win a war by
the tactics it uses against the
British but it is creating a
bitterness in many nations that
can only hurt the Jewish cause
in the long run."
Harry Boyell, Southeastern reg-
ional director of the American
Council for Judaism:
"Jews all over the world are
united by one common bond, their
religion. Judaism as a religion
abhors violence and killing. All
Jews should condemn terrorism
and its resultant jeopardy of the
creative work already done. This
(Continued on Page 4)
Jewish Agency
Offices Searched
In N Y Bomb Scare
NEW YORK (JTA)The Jew-
ish Agency offices here had a
bomb scare this week when an
anonymous caller told the
switchboard operator that a bomb
had been planted in the building
and would explode within five
minutes. A police bomb squad
was summoned and combed the
four-story building without turn-
ing up anything suspicious. ,
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president
of the World Jewish Congress,
called on President Truman to
transmit to the British govern-
ment "the deep indignation of all
Americans of good will at the
deliberate assault of British mili-
tary and police on the peaceful
Jewish inhabitants of Tel Aviv.
In a telegram to the Presi-
dent, Dr. Wise urged him to
use his influence to the end
that the cycle of violence and
recrimination be terminated in
the Holy Land so thai the
peaceful development of the
Jewish national homeland could
continue.
JERUSALEM (JTA)Swoopinq down at dawn Tuesday Pales-
tine police forces arrested the mayors of Tel Aviv and two other
Jewish cities, the entire local council of a settlement and many
leading members of the Revisionist movement and outlawed the
Revisionist established youth organization Brith Trumpeldor, in
what an official communique listed as part of the "security
forces campaign against terrorism." Early estimates placed
-^the number detained at 200.
Tuesday afternoon, a few hours
Scores Arrested
In English Riots
LONDON (JTA)Twenty ar-
rested Englishmen faced court
action in Liverpool, Manchester
and Salford, charged with par-
ticipating in anti-Jewish riots,
assaulting Jews on the streets,
attacking synagogue buildings and
wrecking and looting Jewish
shops.
The arrests took place during
a night of terror against Jews in
Liverpool and a half a dozen
other cities, carried out under the
disguise of "revenge" for the two
British sergeants hanged by the
Irgun in Palestine. It was esti-
mated that more than 150 attacks
took place throughout England,
101 in Liverpool alone.
In Liverpool, where the anti-
Jewish excesses reached their
peak, attempts were made to re-
new the rioting. Several of these
attempts, aimed at looting Jew-
ish shops, were broken up by the
police. Twelve of the hooligans
(Continued on Page 4)
UNSCOP to Probe
German DP Camp
On Immigration
GENEVA (JTA)The 10-man
sub-committee of the United Na-
tions Special Committee on Pales-
tone will start an eight-day tour
of the Jewish DP camps in the
American and British zones of
Austria and Germany this week.
The members of the group will
travel by American military
plane, visiting Munich, Vienna
and Berlin, in that order. They
will inspect camps in the vicinity
of these cities, as well as the
Home camp, formerly the Bergen-
Belsen camp.
It was learned that each com-
mittee member will be guided in
his work by a questionnaire which
has already been drawn up.
Among the queries listed are:
"How did you become & DP?"
"Would you like to return to your
country of origin?" If the answer
is "Yes," the next question is
"Why haven't you done so al-
ready?" If the reply is "No," the
refugee will be asked, "Why not?"
Other questions include: "Do
you want to immigrate to Pales-
tine?" "Have you any other
wishes regarding immigration?"
"Had you already applied for im-
migration to Palestine before the
war?" "Would you like to im-
migrate to another country, if
allowed?"
John L. Hood of Australia,
chairman of the sub-committee,
said that he saw two important
tasks before the group. The first,
he said, is to check on the find-
ings of last year's Anglo-Ameri-
can Committee of Inquiry on
Palestine. The second task will
be to learn whether there is still
a movement of Jews from the
East into the United States zone
of Germany, and, if so, what
causes this movement and
whether it is likely to continue.
The U.N. group has not asked
any authorities beforehand to at-
tempt a census of the emigration
wishes of the DP's. Last year,
the Anglo-American committee
cabled UNRRA beforehand to
have figures and estimates ready.
Mr. Hood said his sub-committee
would attempt no definite census
but would try to do spot check-
ing and to take estimates from
the officials in the camps.
MiRiTMSH CLAIM PALESTINE MANDATE ENDED AT
TiME OF EXPiRATiON OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)The
British government believes that
the Palestine Mandate expired
with the demise of the League of
Nations, its delegate to the se-
curity council's membership com-
mittee said here.
The statement came in connec-
tion with debate on the applica-
tion for membership in the U.N.
by Transjordan, which was part
of the Palestine Mandate. The
British representative, Paul Falla,
defended Britain's unilateral
proclamation of Transjordan's in-
dependence by declaring that
with the death of the League of
Nations it devolved upon the
British government to either de-
clare Transjordan independent or
seek a trusteeship. It decided on
the former course, he said, after
consultation with the U.N. gen-
eral assembly. Falla made no
reference to Palestine proper.
Falla spoke after a statement
by Soviet Delegate Alexei N.
Krasilnikov, who said that the
Palestine Mandate had never
been terminated, and consequent-
ly Transjordan's status as an in-
dependent state was invalid. The
Soviet spokesman said the regu-
lar procedures laid down for
termination of a mandate had
been violated by Britain's decla-
ration of Transjordan's independ-
ence. The general assembly reso-
lution last year welcoming Trans-
jordan's independence was not
sufficient to legalize violation of
the mandate, he added.
He also challenged the valid-
ity of the Transjordan treaty with
Britain, which allows the latter
to maintain troops on Transjordan
territory. Krasilnikov added that
his opposition did not indicate
any change in the friendly Soviet
feelings towards the people of
Transjordan and the Soviet de-
sire to see them truly independ-
ent.
after the news of the arrests be-
came known to the country at
large, a huge bomb blasted the
labor department building in
Jerusalem. Three soldiers were
reported killed and many cas-
ualties are feared.
Among the arrested leaders,
besides Tel Aviv's Mayor Israel
Rokach, were Mayor Oved Ben
Ami of Nathanya and head of the
town council of Ramath Gan,
Abraham Krinitzky, as well as
Aizik Remba, editor of the Re-
visionist organ Hamashkif, Dr.
Arieh Altman, president of the
Revisionist party, and Dr. Arieh
Prosek, head of the Revisionist
national labor organization.
Also picked up in the dragnet
was the entire membership of
the municipal council of the Re-
visionist settlement of Ramat
Tiomkin, northeast of Tel Aviv
in the Tulkarm district. Dr.
Moshe Cohen, a member of the
Tel Aviv municipality, was de-
tained, as was Ahron Bader, a
member of the Revisionist central
committee; Dr. Abraham Wein-
shal, Revisionist leader in Haifa;
Max Kritzman, an attorney who
regularly defends arrested ex-
tremists, and Dr. Wolfgang von
Weisl, prominent Revisionist. Von
Weisl was arrested last year to-
gether with a number of the Jew-
ish Agency leaders and was held
at the Latrun detention camp
from which he was released only
after a 10-day hunger strike.
In announcing the outlawing
of Brith Trumpeldor, also
known as Beiar, the govern-
ment communique stales that
the "High Commissioner is
satisfied that Brith Trumpel-
dor is a recruiting ground for
dissident groups." The order
declares that the organisation's
property is liable to confisca-
tion. Among the property of
the group are several settle-
ments, including Ramath Tiom-
kin and Tel Zur. and various
funds including the Tel Hai
fund which has raised consider-
able monies in Palestine and
abroad, especially In South
Africa.
After a short period of ques-
tioning in the local police sta-
tions of the towns in which the
Jewish leaders were arrested,
they were rushed off to the
Latrun camp. They are being
held in zone "B" of the camp, di-
rectly opposite the area in which
the Agency leaders were impris-
oned last June.
The government's action, aimed
primarily at the right-wing of the
Jewish community, with the ex-
ception of the three mayors, cou-
pled with the announcement that
the arrests are part of the anti-
extremist campaign clearly im-
plies a connection between the.
two. In this respect, the mass:
arrests differ from those of last
year when centrist and Laborite
Agency leaders were held re-
sponsible for the then current
unrest and violence.
While the arrests were in prog-
ress, the government issued a ban
on all Jews leaving the country
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PAGE THREE
Postpones
Hi Session
lovember 29
lYORK.The fourth ses-
de American Jewish Con-
| which was postponed be-
1 an urgent meeting of the
Actions committee in
[requiring the presence of
fading delegates and of-
jill be held at the Palmer
Chicago, Saturday, Nov.
[Monday, Dec. 1. Louis
1 chairman of the confer-
ee utive committee, an-
this week.
Overwhelming majority of
|gntes have agreed to post-
it, Mr. Lipsky stated. The
will be preceded by a
|to be tendered on Thurs-
27, by the Chicago Jew-
kumzations to the presi
the organizations affili-
Ith the conference. The
^m on the session's agenda
the proposed formation
huanent body to represent
(the Jews in the United
J The plan for permanency.
|will be presented to the
Session by Dr. Maurice
adrath, has been the sub-
/idespread discussions and
debated at public near-
important cities through-
| country prior to the Chi-
eciing.
For Aged Guests
Movie Outing
bill guests of the Miami
[Home for the Aged were
fnccl recently at a presen-
ts the movie "Miracle On
|eet" at the Tower theatre,
the courtesy of the Wo-
bhain.
I old people were trans-
to the theatre by Mrs.
litx and Mrs. Morris Wein-
BO have issued an appeal
\c volunteers with autos to
Disport guests of the home
meatre. A few more cars
ied to carry on this week-
ertaking. Volunteers for
lansportation squad are
to contact Mrs. Norman
lat 2-6893.
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Joseph E. Rackovsky
[1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phono 2-7439
IN THE MAIL
August 5, 1947.
Mr. Fred Shochet, Editor,
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Mr. Shochet:
I have read your editorial in
the Aug. 1 paper titled "Challenge
To The Yishuv." If it wasn't for
the fact that it was written in
your paper, I was inclined to be-
lieve that it was written by the
Rosenwald-Bronston group, or by
OUT friend Jack Kofoed of the
English press.
I have just returned from at-
ending the national convention
ditorial, it seems to me that
iome of the Old Guard Jewish
leaders of the higher level on
the American scene are too much
pre-occupied with what injuries
we may do to the damn British
regardless of their malicious per-
petration of justice, than with
the fate of our people in Europe
and the Yishuv. It seems that
some of these leaders are falling
lor the propaganda line of the
English and their cohorts, of "the
pot calling the kettle black." Let
us analyze some of the facts as
you have stated in your editorial
in connection with the Irgunfc
activities, and see if perhaps you
were not inconsistent in your
statements.
No. 1. Considering that the
British are unlawfully hanging
the Irgun members who were
supposed to be war prisoners,
would you say that the Irgun
should not go through and re-
taliate in kind?
No. 2. Considering that since
1920 Britain consistently and
flagrantly violated every point in
the Mandate, should the Yishuv
sit back and just depend on com-
missions (19 in total) to decide
the fate of the Jewish people whr
have already lost 6,000,000 dead
on the European scene?
No. 3. Considering that the
policy of appeasement of the old
Jewish leadership proved a fail-
ure, by not preventing the po-
groms by the Czarist government
in the early part of the century,
and so on throughout Europe
with the Hitler regime where
almost all of our Jewish people
were wiped out from the Euro-
pean scene, and this will continue
to take place in the future, judg-
ing by what is happening in Eng-
land today, would you not say
that policy must be revised?
Consequently, the cast of all
the patriots giving their lives in
the Yishuv or in any other place
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should not be blamed or rebuked,
as I feel we must continue to
concentrate in fighting the ene-
mies of the Jewish cause at every
step and on every front of the
world scene. To prove it, con-
sider the struggle of 1776 of the
American people when the fight-
ers for liberty were then also
called "terrorists," and only later
were recognized as true Ameri
cans, and the so-called one time
"terrorist," George Washington,
was acclaimed "The Father of
His Country."
As far as Christian public opin-
ion is concerned, it is my humble
opinion that nothing will ever
convince them, judging by the
latest statement of the Rev.
Clinchy. president of the Nation-
al Council of Christians and Jews,
in his address at London, Eng-
land, who implied that terrorism
in Palestine will increase anti-
Semitism in America. I wonder
very much if the venerable Rev.
Clinchy would apply the same
theory that any fight for inde-
pendence by the Irish, Finns.
Poles or Lebanese would also cre-
ate hatred amongst the Ameri-
cans and turn public opinion
against them.
It behooves ue not to let threats
deter us from pursuing a mili-
tant policy to win the freedom
lor our people in the Yishuv and
the million and a half in the DP
camps in Europe; and fight for
the birthright to live as a free
people, on their own free land ii
the Land of Israel, given to them
by God, and intended by the Bal-
lour Declaration, endorsed by
every President of the United
States since Woodrow Wilson,
the Congress and Senate of the
United States, and approved by
the League of Nations.
Let us therefore uesolve that
unless the British government
he United States, and the rest of
he world, recognize their duties
to the remnants of Israel, that we
shall not retreat from any ac-
tions already started, and in fact
intensify and support our de-
mands until the goal of the cstalj-
lismmcnt of the Jewish common-
wealth in the Land of Israel is a
reality.
In support of the above policy
[ wish to impress the fact that
he younger generation of the
Jewish people is gradually losing
patience with promises and com
missions, and will surely follow
'hose leaders and those organiza-
^ASBESTOS
TABLE MATS
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver have returned from a six weeks'
honeymoon in New York and Canada and are residing at the
Everglades hotel. The couple, who were married here June 21,
were entertained at a reception at the Barbizon Plaza hotel
while in New York by relatives, including Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Widensky, Mr. and Mrs. Max Widensky and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Seidenberg, Dr. Sardell, Mr. and Mrs. William Sardell,
Mr. and Mrs. William Chipman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Falk,
Miss Marilyn Falk, Mr. Shelley Garson, Mrs. Frances Seiden-
berg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernet Richman, and Mrs. Jennie
Chipkewitz. Mrs. Silver is the former Edith Seidenberg.

Mr. and Mrs. Theo Abel and family have left for a visit to
New York.
Dr. and Mrs. Max Tendrich have just returned from their
vacation.
Jimmy Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, is spend-
ing the summer at Camp Osceola, Hendersonville, N. C.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle departed from Miami this week
for an extended stay at Grossinger's, Ferndale, N. Y.

Col. and Mrs. Sol S. Goldstrom are vacationing at Hender-
sonville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Feuer left this week for a tour of the
North, during which they will visit their son, who is at camp in
Vermont.

. Rabbi Murray A. Alstet, formerly of Congregation Beth Jacob,
left here last week after spending some time visiting in Coral
Gable.'.

Edward T. Newman has returned from a three weeks' stay
at Saratoga, N. Y.

Miss Sara Rose Schwartz is attending a wedding of a friend
this weekend in Richmond, Va.

Harold Pont is among the vacationers at Lake Tarleton, N. H.
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle are among vacationers in
New York.
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means or another, the recogni-
tion of their rights as a free
people, wherever they arc, in any
country on this globe.
In closing, as far as I am per-
sonally concerned, the Dov Grun-
ers, the Jacoub Weiss's, the Meier
Nakars, the Absalom Habibs. and
ill those patriots that have made
the supreme sacrifice, will be
inscribed as the patriots and the
martyrs for their people, and not
otherwise.
I trust you will print this let-
ter, although it might not be in
line with your opinion, or the
opinion of local Jewish leaders.
Sincerely.
S. A. GOODMAN.
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PAGE FOUR
AUGUST,
Editorial
Local Jewish Leaders
Shew Mixed Reactions
:
Fighter* With Discipline
1 has become oketous d^-= -
answer of the British goTeramenl
sergeants by Om Irgun -s 10 bJ an
against all jews ir. Pnlesane

This is certainly nothinc
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any aches world body
The tndteciirainate c por. ewis2
.he arres: of lewttfa mayors by i
v.olar.or.s r: every moral CD :* "
be recognized as such when
will be recogriized DB ;-
This new ourrrea;: ::*;>: I
oi the boon *:..::. DBSMIJr. M "-" \~*
"e-.v.sr. rirridiar. reels it must re-crs: its
Abbe H_lel Sihret irbc while recog: :
tinned militant action on the pan oftbe u
urges the i-pos::irr r: disciphne = respt
leaders oi such acdrr.
There are lews is ova :
worked US ever :'r.~ r.eed tot .rr.rr.-:
they will countenance oc -.:.r.s- :: the
the intention or such criticism
Thas c_r editorial :: tad -; '; ;:
chorees accompanied by detailed rer:erc
ciple with which we are .r. cos: re-
charges all bur rail The Florichc
Actually = rarer_l ana] -
shew- -.l-.ese rr.tos The Jewish 7 :: : is rr. tie
principles with regarrl lo action is Palestine
based an weltthouaht-oui strategy :::\ :::.;: yj
leas^ pr^ssirle drrr.re: ": r.rr.-rrrr- -=::
United Nations opinion alj these t agree ore
?ory. 5_: rr.a: rrrr.rr. can only be corshis<
discipline
The lewish army whether be :: ec K: ::
ni.s :;.!::::?; r-. the knowiedoe
thai dial al the British it unjust "'
need :rr murdecinc prisoners :: 'a: :.-.-:
r.r.c cerr. mer. si obviated The _se -: -
simply because the Britisi emp oy sue]
parr o: Jewish army lactici
soldiers nrrc as er. They wjl then hen
of aS Jewry ':. oi ~ 11 the world
Finally wad about re United Nat
The -f-:f:= ;: the Un led Nationi
won rr victory :::.r..;: Nazism Some
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The Irgun in Palestine is making an all-out drive for,
power Menahem Beigin, commander o! the Wj
:nd power over that terrorist organization are-],
's being built up as the leader of the Yishuv in Palest^



British Army Spreads
Reign Of Ten

When Henry Montor. executive vice chairman of the7
. Appeal, warned the delegates at the 50th Zionaj]
Ml, a lew weeks ago. that it is the ultimate aim of they
-plant the Jewish Agency and to do so by a militanj
:'s jeered by the Irgun supporters at the conventjij
Rcbb: Shubow of Boston insulted him publicly p^j
motion received here, however, it would sen]
knew what he was talking about It's m^
that Peter Bergson. leader of the Irgur. in America,
v known ... He studiously kept in the background,
se days he once confided to us: "Don't worry aboj
when I decide to give myself publicity I'll do ij
. And he surely did Today he is oneoftnk
figures in Jewish circles, and that's just the '
. Yes Montor knew whereof he spoke.
Hark Prospects .
There will be no Roosevelt to stop Peron when hi i
proves of an intensive anti-Semitic drive in the
. Observers who have just returned from Buenoe 1
are extremely worried They report that a mushed
anti-Semitic groups are preparing anti-Jewish demo
tions of which the bombing of the chief synagogue of Ba
Aires was the first item The tragic aspect of thai
r.ewal of anti-Jewish activities is to be found in the let!
attitude of Argentine labor, which is being sold the ideal
Jewish businessmen are their greatest enemies ... Thel
ble, of course, is that there are a few unethical Jewish 1
nessmen who with their sharp practices endanger the <
Jewish community During Roosevelt's presidency!
Argentine government was well aware that the PresideJi]
the United Stales was watching the Jewish situation dc
and viewing anti-Jewish excesses as manifestation! i
Fascism More than once FDR signified his irritating
anti-Semitic acts sponsored or condoned by Peron...I
now in view of the very, very friendly relations
Washington and Buenos Aires, there is little hope for4
ficial protests from the White House.
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POLICE ARREST MANY
N ENGLISH RIOTS
:::.--.: s.r:. r:;_r =
ISev :.:.:. re :.
rara.ess r: nationahtv r= long as 'hey :::;_
way fighters ice rr^errr- sr.r_; concur! thee
The United Naooni must
r. Parteatee Not am we aDow ;_-.-r
such We rar arrrd rr.rr Srr:.rr.rrv ; =
reaar-.r.r the 0 N as _= anothes Lrr.r_j ;: N
rr.e V N :a_s is Palestine wiE :=. ii rid zui
west rbe progress r: man toward .rr.
rrr.r-rr. .rrrreperrerre 3e a t
rneasurahly se: back
MUST BE A MISPRINT!'
V
Minnesota's Opportunity
student at the University cf Minnesotat
: us The mails must have miiUI
we received it months n"er it had r
Now this student, whose name we shall art I
time, not only is a brilliant student and ari'eJj
--.aqazine, but he is also very rr.uch cobw
.c- mitic trend he sees in certain raaternitieij
l wondered why the Jewish defense
a in the collegiate field ... It seems tosj
a Dationctl conference of student repr"^
voked to deal openly and publicly with the i
: rnvtnes on college campuses He|
r the progressive students at Minnesota"!
B lead?
O hoiiiH'll \y;iin
ike John O'Donnell's column in the New'
N 's of July 24th ... Mr. O'Donneli apparently J
eves he was whitewashed cr::e: his
h his interpretation of the Patton ^aP^|
' he very exDlicitlv points to a Jewish coon
of FrauM
...
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US
Telephone. 2-11412-8212
OFFICE and PLANT
J20 N. L Sixth Street

k-ery explicitly points
.posed motion picture on the life
Says Mr. O'Donneli in his column of W'
. -v this deathless bit of celluloid art;tMr
bit the American movie pubBc 1J*1
the polls to elect a President in N'ovefff'
producer of said film is Jay Richard KB"
11 slyly sevs: "In the background art
the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., and r
l end associates in New York banking and
-iuding the Loew entertainment orgc
Rcthschild and some genUemen who on^
... Note thai O'Donneli doet
si compact gentlemen by name so cs to gj" I
Jewish croups are behind the P10*8^!
adty of the whole story nV eJ
be Daily News apparently ^"S
M Patterson, the late publisher of *
Amencan Jewish Committee that a re^_
v ^onnell s airing of anti-Jewish bias would not W
tabloid.
*l.M||aiiv .
.. ':- "cse you d:dn t know it the most rabid foe of N^l
^ood is blond. Aryan-looking Sonny Tufts tl
symr^herTwe;. rather ^<^Y
e district Tufts' hobby was to visit "
and give them a physical lesson in American

- >,.vt mem a physical lesson in n,e"v*~-oC
I ?* ****** he sent three of them to the emerJJ
tal after they had told htm &* P*""
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PAGE FIVE
ront Park Rally
Inaugurate
Rental Drive
Patterson, newly elected
u 1 chairman of the Ameri-
_Keranfl committee, will be
incipal speaker at a rally
Byfront park next week,
B is designed to open an in-
fed drive for the extension
controls beyond the Feb.
|8, deadline.
meeting, to be held on
fcsday night, Aug. 13, at 8
/ill be sponsored by the
Jhapters of AVC, which arc
ng the support of civic and
[organizations for the cam-
iett Roth, chairman of
| Miami Chapter No. 1, said
atterson, former legislative
entative for the organiza-
Washington, who was
national chairman at the
convention in Milwaukee,
losen this area to begin the
l~wide drive, because rent
Boris in Miami are in a
state. Roth added that
[the rally is designed pri-
to influence federal con-
Ion of rent controls, it is
led at staving off the de-
of this and other areas
advisory boards authoriz-
recent legislation, which
^w being set up.
urged a mass turnout of
ans for the rally to assure
an accurate expression of
itiments of the community
it control is recorded.
JEWS IN SPORTS
few Academy Sells
ts For Services
Greater Miami Hebrew
ny, Sixth st. and Jefferson
linmi Beachw will conduct
' 'ly Day services at their
building, it was announced
leek.
[extensive alterations which
been going on for the past
|eeks on the newly acquired
ng have been almost eom-
and the main auditorium,
has a seating capacity of
lill bo ready and complete-
lipped in time for the holi-
eason. Tickets are now
ble at the academy.
Bes at the academy for the
year are scheduled to be-
Sept. 8.
MISHMASH: It looks as
though Hank Greenberg has
reached the end of the trail.
Greenie voluntarily approached
Manager Billy Herman of the
Pirates the other day and asked
to be benched for the good of the
team. Hank's average has dwin-
dled terribly the pasi lew weeks
to .257 and although he hits an
occasional home run he is not.
driving in enough runs to war-
rant regular play. He revealed
to intimates that if it weren't for
his friend Bing Crosby, part
Pirate owner, he would not have
played at all this summer.
?
Max Kaminsky, .who recently
resigned as coach of the Pitts-
burgh hockey team, has signed
as general manager of the Phila-
delphia sextet in the same cir-
cuit. Max developed a winning
six at the Smoky City but didn't
meet with the approval of the
Toronto Maple Leafs who have a
working agreement with the Har-
ris interests in Pittsburgh. Under
Kaminsky's regime the Smoky
City club developed a strong
Jewish clientele who helped pack
the gardens every game.

Dan Perlmutter, former City
college slugger, now with the
Stamford Bombers in the Colonial
league, is murdering the ball at
a .390 clip for 38 games. His
teammate Mickey Winters, nee
Weintraub, is hitting just one
hundred points under Danny and
playing a fine game afield. Max
Goldsmith in the same loop with
New London is boffing the ball at
at .301 gait. Among the hurlers
in the circuit Sid Schacht of
Stamford is far and away the
strikeout artist. With a record
of 11-5, Sid has retired 133 bat-
ters via the strikeout route. His
games won mark leads the loop
in victories.

After a hiatus of 22 months
Danny Bartfield has returned to
the ring wars and has been suc-
cessful in his first two bouts.
Danny smashed his left hand two
years ago and has been resting
up all these months. He should
reach his peak in time to cash in
on the lucrative winter season at
Madison Square Garden.

Lew Effrat, veteran New York
Times reporter, has auditioned
Indersirociu'"^;,
Sinc^
1901
"PLIIl PIST CONTROL
for a Mutual network sport show.
Special events director Paul
Jonas tells us Lew has the mak-
ings of a fine sportcaster. At
38, Effrat has already served 20
years on the Times sport staff.

A recent visitor to this country
from Palestine informed us, just
before flying back to the Holy
Land, that he learned of our re-
cent remarks concerning the
Hapoel soccer team. Expecting
to be given another call-down
concerning our viewpoint we
were pleasantly surprised to learn
that he, too, agreed the Hapoel
eleven was mediocre. In fact,
he revealed that there were a few
teams playing Palestine today
who were rated much better than
the recent invaders.

Art Morse, the Chi stadium
basketball impressario, was in
New York this past weekend to
arrange for the forthcoming pro-
fessional season. Chicago finish-
ed second to Philadelphia in the
playoffs during the first season
of the BAA league. With the
acquisition of M i a s e k from
Detroit, Morse's five will be
strengthened considerably.

Sid Tanenbaum, the former
N. Y. U. court flash, has been
offered $10,000 by a quintet op-
erating in the Northwest. How
Sid could be worth that much
money to a team so far removed
from New York City is beyond
us. But, then, you can never
tell what some basketball people
will do when it comes to signing
ball players. The trend in bas-
ketball salaries this year will be
downward and ten G's seems like
an awful lot of money to turn
down.

Sid Luckman is encountering
rough going with his sore wrist.
Last reports from the west coast,
after his operation, were pessi-
mistic. By the time this hits
print the Chicago Bears will be
in training. They will need Sid
if they expect to beat the College
All Stars in the annual game at
the stadium late this month. Upon
receiving a check from Columbia
for coaching services, recently,
Luckman endorsed and returned
same to his alma mater for a
scholarship fund.
Workmen's Circle Youth
Branch Will Hold Party
The English speaking youth
branch of the Workmen's Circle
will sponsor a house party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Weiner, 1243 S. W. Sixth st., on
Monday, Aug. 11, at 8:30 p.m.
This is one of a series of af-
fairs being planned by the newly
organized group to acquaint in-
terested young people in the ac-
tivities of the fraternal society.
Other events will be announced
in time.
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Registration Opens
For Coburn School
Preparations are now being
made for the opening of the 23rd
session of the Coburn school,
modernistic private day school at
1000 Bay dr., Normandy Isle, Mi-
ami Beach, and registration is
open for children from pre-school
through senior high school ages.
The school was recently pur-
chased by Marvin S. Cohen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen,
and will open Oct. 1 under his
supervision.
The Coburn school offers 12
indoor classrooms, a steam-heated
building, large sunporch, science
laboratory and playground. A
new cafeteria is now under con-
struction and will be open in
time for the beginning of the fall
semester. An organized program
of athletic activities as well as
special emphasis in music and
arts will be offered by the school,
in addition to regular studies.
All homework will be done under
teacher supervision during school
hours.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 8,
190
De Falla Music
Will Be Feature
Of Top' Concert
Joaquln Nin-Culmell. Cuban
conductor, composer, and pianist
will direct the University of Mi-
ami Concert orchestra in th>
sevmth of the Miami Beach "Pop"
concerts. Saturday. Aug. 9. at 8:30
p.m., at Flamingo park. Miami
Beach.
Program for the concert will
include Mozart's Symphony No.
25 K. V. 183. in G minor, con-
sisting of Allegro con brio. An-
dnte, Menuetto. and Allegro;
Bizet's L'Arlesienne suite, No. 1.
consisting of Prelude. Mmuetto.
Adagietto, and Carillon: and
Manuel de Falla's "El Amor
Brujo," consisting of Introduc-
cion j Escena, En la Cueva, El
ecido, Danza del Terror. El
Circulo Magico, A Media Noche
Danza Ritual del Fuego, Esci m
Pantomima, Danza del Juego de
Amor, and Final.
Nin-Culmell studied with the
composer Manuel de Falla at tin
Paris conservatory with Paul
Dukas, and was graduated from
the Schola Cantorum in Paris.
He appeared at the university
earlier this year in the Hispanic-
American institute in which In
Have a lecture-recital on His-
panic-American music.
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DADE BEVERAGE SERVICE,
> Avenue, M..... I leach,
Floi Ida, ,!-. i -.0,1 name
with rl hi Oourt ol
I '.I'l,, Count* Florida
ROBERT MARCUS
8 1-S-t3-22-29
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Beach, Fli rlda, Inl......
with the Clerk ol lh. .--------------------
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the I I Court of

To All rr>H|||ra HT|
Havlnj CUima ,,,. A p_
Staid Batata: "'-ma, aw<
Foil, and each r you ... .
notified ami required to nrL5"*l
i-liilinn ami demand* wlil.-h '"
cither ..f you, may hav,.,_'.
-M.i.i- of MURRAY MILat*"
cease*, late of Miami BaaC'i
Bon ff j
'"" "r Miami n,.i;V-
iinty. Florida, t th, .?.?'>
BLAKTON, County JudaV^.'t!
County, and fli- n. l;l,,l;., ,"'..* |
He*. In the County ,.,... '" Jl>*.
County, Florida, within ey*tJj.iS
months from the date .,< ii, n?"111"
firm pg^.
iii.iii.is to contain the t^~i!S.*
lleatlon
hereof, sal
in contain Hi. ;,.
the clalmanl and t., I., \v "'*,
presentad as aforesain __"
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..in i of
SHELDON MARVIN SI"
IIAKKY Zl KERNICK,
mi.,:.,-> for Applicant,
R iad,
M Bi ai h, r
S-1,',-22-29 B -

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ho in
- mi,I, : th.
I-KNTURY CORRUC.ATEI'
,[ N W 17th Street x '
i-lth the i
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IKW IN LEH<>\\
ill Al'.l.l'.s IRDINTZ
MILLER .v I'. M lELL,
Attorney.- i ants,
:i. Hth Strei i.
Miami Beach, Floi
22-29 9 3

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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS -
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

'
VNTON HOTEL
ireet, Miami. I e

r th.
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WOLF RETSKIN
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VMOS BENJAMIN.
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22-29 9 J
IN ri H'NTY JUDGE'S COI ItT,
COUNTY. FI/ORIDA
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RE: Estate of HARRY
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MOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
N( ITICE i.-- hi reby j
'iV.l my final report anil ;
i-'ilt.,l 1 \ ; :
, estati ol ii \v.\:\ ci-o'
ased; and thai on the 291 h
I", will applj to the 1
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ado i 'ountj. I
a final repoi t and f.
al .
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This 29th daj
LENA CL
BURNETT ROTH,
for Ad
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
. uivEN thai
n, cm

ntj of
...
t he i'n -
nit) Florida.
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Bee s.,V;."r,'.Slm',
19)3 Probate Act. "' '
Dated July 16. \ |i iq4-
p.\ri.iNi: mii ,;
As Admlnlstrati l> of ih v.,
of MURRAY MIIAEIlJK
HARRY /.IKKRN1.-K *"
K. "'*"'*
,V",'-r""V /'"" Mmlnlitratrti
'IX.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^
NOTICB is HEREBY GIVW ,
the underaujrnad, desiring tnJSJj
buslneaa under th.- flctltsMji1
......<'"" UiiMfl III*' ni'M Hillll t am. j
ARM..R RADIO AND SO
VICE, ,-.t t 12th Btreel mJ,i rS
l--|-..i.l;i. inl.-n.l- .
with the Clerk of th. U-,-u\Tv Dad., (lountv. F|..il.h, l^m|
MORRIS SARNOW,
MYERS, MKlMAN- Km'-'lav""
Attorneys for Anpllcant
- i s-iB-a-a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOuTna^ I
NOTIOB is HEREBY OP/Bl tto
the underalsned, deslilne toentXI
buslneaa under the r tuitii tanw 2
M.I.I-.NS TRADING STORK at II
N W 11,1, BI Miami. K1, inina
1.....Bister s;iul nan,.- wHhtli.-r.rt
..f the Circuit Co,,, I ..: 11.,^,
Florid.i.
BERNARD GREENSTE1JJ,
*>h ihrnr
> I t-w-u-n
P.Y
NOT Cfc TO APPEAR

11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY, l'l.-
IN CHANCERY
No
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IELENE C. WATERS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
VRTHL'K WATERS,
I ,i '
HE STATE OF PL IRIDA;
ro ARTHUR WATERS
i i 'ouii Squai .-
Ix.nE Island CSty
Long Island
New York
Y.ni are hereby nol
-.. appear to thi Bill of C
.- filed against ...
-iyi. t Auffuat, 1947: othei
s of .-..nl l
. taken ns conf. ned
Lei ilu- irder be publisl
for four consecul
'.he .I.-wish Plorldlan, a n,
ublished In 1 lade County, r.
1 'ATED tliis 21th -i i:.|7
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit -
By F. .1 GOULD,
Den
-AM SILVER
for Plaintiff
I
Miami 32, Floi -
8-15
smc
Q11 a t ity, Jood
Product*
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc.
1725 N. W. 7th Avenu.
Phone 2-6141
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
Hi., undersigned, desli
- -s under the flctitio
MIAMI PAPER COMPANY
\". \V. l",h Sir,-. 1, Ml
-. Florida, Intends to r,
une with th.. clerk ..i th.
nit Court of Hade County, Fl
HARRY 0 RABE,
B Dwi
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant,
: 18-JS 8/1-8-15
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring 1
- isi:.. r-s under the fiCtitiOU
HUB FOOD CENTER, it 969 S. W
27th Avenue, Miami, I'.. Intend
to register said name with lh.- Cler
Circuit Court of Dade 1 :ountj
Florida.
l'llll.II' U ni/X>M
\R 8ANDLER
as po-pai I?"-- .1
_____ _____ Hub Fo.-d 1 -
MYERS, HEIMAN & KA1
Attorneye for AppllcanU.
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rl\0i W 12th AV. MIAMI-i
_ TEL. 3-343L J
YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"
I
WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT
THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
/n/o/mai or Glad) F^nahtd on ktqutit
SERVING MIAMI BEACH 4 MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
24 HOUR \
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
-
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MEMORIAL CHAPEL
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EDWARD T. N8WMA'.'
runefil Dlraetor
ABE ClSENBa-ftO, Tr.a.u-
lo Mw Yvk:
?6th St. ar.d Acuttrfaw A>

-

JOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
NOT,cE ^MRTic?m5i
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720



NOTICE UtWhCtTt^u!
M.i.i,
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
____________MEMORIAL PARKS_______________
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
A"i,,ale Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob^'*""
Jewhh Orthodox and Sisterhood Cheaed She! Eme
For Funher Iniormotion Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434
PALMER
SERVI
sf FUNERAL CHAPEL
PHONE 9.2664 !i? E IE WISH
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COMMUNITY"
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)AY. AUGUST 8. I94T
+Jenisti rtkridtlrtn
PAGE SEVEN
OOD BANK TO BE PERMANENT,
ELLIOTT SAYS IN NEW APPEAL
[The Greater Miami Blood Bank, which was organized here
ring the war, is to be a permanent institution in the commu-
y, according to a statement issued this week by Dr. John
kdtt, director, who emphasized that the theory behind the
bling of blood was a wartime development.
Dr. Elliott, now at the head of an intensified drive for volun-
I donors to the dwindling blood supply in the bank, said that
scheme of pooling plasma andS*
kole blood, developed by mili-
fy medicine during the war,
doubtless responsible for a
Jniendous reduction in the mor-
jty rate among battle casual-
These results, he said, con-
mi'd experiments conducted be-
^e the war, and affirmed the
ed for constant supplies of
|>od in every community in
acetime as well as in war.
'Doctors returning from active
vice with the armed forces,"
\. Elliott said, "are applying the
;nns they learned in combat to
treatment of civilian injuries
disease. Important among
Temple Israel Men's Club
To Hear Legislator Speak
State Representative R. B.
(Bun) Gautier will be the fea-
tured speaker at the next meet-
ing of the Men's Club of Temple
Israel on Wednesday night, Aug.
13, at Kaplan hall.
The legislator will address the
club on "Combining Important
Departments of Miami and Miami
Beach," and will be introduced
by program chairman Paul Marks.
Vice President Michael Eisenberg
will preside in the absence of
sc new therapeutic practices | President Jerome Cohen, now on
the use of plasma and blood, vacation,
^nsequently, the ned for a civil-
blood supply is obvious."
The bank's director reminded
tispective donors that they will
credited with their "deposits"
blood, either as individuals or
members of organizations, and
at they would be able to draw
their "deposits" in time of
id. He reiterated an earlier ob-
rvation that the population of
|is area has increased by 25 per
it since 1938 and that the pros-
Bt of a continued increase in
coming year makes necessary
continuously growing blood
ink reserve, for the treatment
injury and disease.
Miami ttvavh -fvuish Center Conntruetion Eh Underway
)ldin Will Open New
liami Beach Pharmacy
IWilliam Goldin, former New
prsey pharmacy operator, will
en a new Miami Beach pharm-
|y at 1633 Washington ave., it
as announced this week.
iGoldin, a Miami Beach resi-
fcnt, has been in the pharmacy
psiness 40 years. He said that
Bee 1906, his stores have filled
ire than 1,750,000 prescriptions.
lie new pharmacy is located in
Lincoln rd. building.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
U. S. TIRES
EMERSON TIRE CO.
| 600 N.E. 1ft Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St.
PH. 3-5308 PH. 48-3442
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TIIK
I ''I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANOERY.
No. 111033
NANCY UARIE CLBMMINOS
Plaintiff,
v.-*.
ALBERT MARTIN CLEMMINdS, JR.,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
T<>: ALBERT MARTIN CLEM-
MINOS, Jit.,
Residence unknown.
Y"u in.- hereby notified and required
to appear t" the HIM of Complaint
riled in Hi,- above styled cause, on or
before September \ U47, otherwise
iii.- Bill of Complain! win be taken
:cs confessed against you. Lei ihis or-
der be published once a week for not
i.-ss than four successive weeks In Tin-
.i.-wish Florldlan, a newspaper pub-
lished in Dads County, Florida,
Dated this 7tli day of August, 1947
II. I!. I.IOATIIKItM.W.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
B] M i' QREEN,
Deputy Clerk,
(SEAL)
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold UUIg.,
Miami, Florida,
8 '8-15-22 29
EMMET A. DROLET
545 N. W. 54th Street
Phone 78-2346
METAL WINDOWS
BARCOL OVERHEAD GARAGE
DOORS
FRANTZ SINGLE SECTION
MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE
DOORS, $82.50
STEEL RESIDENTIAL WIN-
DOWS, COMPLETE STOCK
THE HEBREW UNION COLLEGE
in cooperation with
THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
ANNOUNCES
A Combined Program of Study-
Leading to the B.A. llegree
Which Includes F
. Jewish Studies at the Hebrew Union College
with academic credit towards a B.A. degree at the
University of Cincinnati. K'
. Privilege oi residence at the Dormitory ol
the Hebrew Union College. U
. Regular enrollment at the University.
Enrollment Will He Limited to 2.1
For the Academic Year 1047-18
APPLY IMMEDIATELY TO:
The Director ol Field Activities
Hebrew Union College f
Cincinnati 20, Ohio I

REGISTRATION CLOSES SEPTEMBER I. 1947

Funds raised last year by the
Miami Beach Jewish Center for
its new half-million dollar
structure are now being put to
work as pictured above, with
construction in full swing at
the new location, Washington
ave. at 17th st. Along with the
new building program is the
current membership drive un-
der the direction of Mr. W. I.
Feuer. Invitations to a select
list of one thousand Beach resi-
dents were mailed ihis week,
extending the opportunity to
participate in the Center pro-
gram.
MIAMI BEACH
Getter Class Listings On
Oceanfront Properties, Hotels,
Homes or Investments
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868
"Trustworthy Service"
BEN ESSEN
Keystone
CONSTRUCTION CO.
2236 N. W. Miami Court
PHONE 3-6924
PAINTING
AND
Decorating
INTERIOR and
EXTERIOR
LICENSED and
INSURED
GUARANTEED
WORK .
Job Too Large or Too Small
Estimates Cheerfully Given
5 CONVENIENT STATIONS
DIXIE TIRE CO.
Phone 2-6133
AVERY INC.
BUILDING SUPPLIES
CEMENT ROCK LATH CEMENT BLOCKS
MORTAR MIX
Everything in the General Building Line
Phones 9-03989-9985
3800 \. W. S. River Drive


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PAGE EIGHT
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 8,
Fifteen Countries High Hcly Days
Committee Named
By Hebrew School
Now Accepting
CARE Packages
In response to numerous in-
quiries from Miamians regarding
sending of food and clothing
packages to Europe, H. H. Hyman,
chairman of the Dade county
chapter, American Red Cross, re-
ported today that through the
non-profit organization, CARE,
packages may now be sent as
gifts to relatives and friends in
15 countries.
These food and clothing textile
packages are delivered duty and
ration free at a cost of $10 each
and may be ordered through
CARE, 50 Broad St., New York
City.
Countries to which packages
may be sent are Austria, Bel-
gium. Czechoslovakia, Finland.
Norway, France, Netherlands,
Greece, Italy. Poland, Eire, the
American, French and British
zones of Germany, and all of
Berlin.
CARE order blanks or addi-
tional information may be ob-
tained at the Dade county Red
Cross, 507 N. E. First ave.
Beth David Sisterhood
Planning Installation
Members of the executive com-
mittee of the Beth David Sister-
hood, at a meeting held in Wal-
green's Wednesday afternoon,
heard plans and discussed ar-
rangements for a joint installa-
tion of the Sisterhood and the
Beth David PTA to be held Wed-
nesday, Sept. 10, at the Columbus
hotel roof.
Mrs. Alex Stiebel was named
program chairman for the in-
stallation.
The committee also heard a re-
port on the Sisterhood's boat ride,
held aboard the "Seven Seas" on
Sunday, Aug. 3. At that time,
Milton Friedman led the passen-
gers in community singing and
Miss Elaine Feinberg entertained
on the accordion.
The executive committee ex-
tended its thanks to the members
in charge of the boat ride, includ-
ing Mesdames Siegel, Mayers,
Forer, Sowders, Miller, Kovner,
Feingold, August, Stiebel and
Meirowitz.
The committee in chargi (>i
arrangements for the High Holy
Day services of the Miami He-
brew School and Junior Col
gation held a meeting Monday
night at the home of Mi
Mis. Max Apfelbaum. 1411 S.
16th st.
Mr Apfelbaum will take chi
of ticket sales. H, M Dr.
and Max Jacobskind will have
charge of the Beating am
ments and Mrs. E. L. Beck,
Mrs. Nathan Coulton will handle
publicity.
Information regarding Holy
Day services can be obtained
from a representative of thl
ganizationat 1101 S. W. 12th ave
or by calling Mrs. E. L. B<
1121 S. W. Second st .
Mrs. Nathan Coulton. 640 S. W*.
Eighth ct., 9-9446: or Mrs. Max
Apfelbaum. 1411 S. W. 16tl
9-7292.
Rabbi Simon April will
duct the services and will be
assisted by a Choi
members of the Junioi I
gation.
Jack Stone, chairm;
construction committee
that the new building
three-quarters complet<
extra crew is being put on the
job to make sure the I
made ready for the Holiday ser-
vices.
Obituaries
KULCHINSKY
M.,nis Kulchlnsky, til, died July SI
m his home, 327 Washington ave.
Surviving are his wife, Sarah: five
n and a daughter. The body was
s.-nt to New Vi.rk City, Kulchlnaky'a
former home, by Riverside Memorial
Funeral home, for Interment there.
MORRIS
Harry s. Morrla, :,:, rtir*d Invest-
ment broker, died Thursday, Jniv tl.
ii.. had been a Miami resident for 2:,
yean and lived at 1309 lirlckell ave.
Ho is .survived by his wife. Dorothy
Morrla was a Mason, an Elk, and a
member the Mahl shrine. Services
were held Wednesday :.t Palmer Fu-
neral home and <-remution followed.
Wilcox To Speak At
Sholem Lodge Lunch
J. Mark Wilcox, Miami
ney and head of the E\
National Park committee, will be
the guest speaker today. 12:15
p.m., at the Shulem lo
B'rith, luncheon meeting in
Downtown club of thl S
arcade.
Mr. Wilcox will presi nl
cussion on "The E\
tional Park."
Sam Silver is pri if the
lodge and will introduci
speaker, and Bill Pallot is lu
eon chairman.
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH
JACOB. 301-3U Washington ...
ii.mi Beach. B.bbi Moses M
cheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder
Friday evening :
Saturday morning services at
ISo. Mincha at 7:00, followed
,;.,,:, s S'udos. Summer ses-
: of the religious school,
iday, 10-H:30 am.
and 5-6 p.m.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
R?afMincha at Ml I
Wed by Maariv. !
,.. at 8:30 a.m. 1
I speak on tl Por-
. week. Services Satur-
I
Mincha at 6, fol-
. j Shalos !
v. Daily services at <'
l by a class
Daily evening sei .
...,l by a class in
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
Kabolas Shabbos, 6:30 p.m
Saturday, 3:30 a.m.
: ice Block,
son 0! M Block
at 10:30
10 a 111., fol
Summer schedule
if classes in the n I hool,
12 nooi Sal I
Holy D
\ i, :' to 1"
and 7
Palm Beach Notes
Rabbi and Mrs Manuel Green-
steJn and their children are en-
Eg a vacation in New York
Ehio They expect to return
ittll r week.

Dr. and Mrs Barney Blicher,
,,1 Hillcrest blvd.. have left for
Boston where Dr. Blicher is at-
tending the National Dental con-
vention. They Will tour the New
tales before returning
pt. 1.
Mrs Maitha Rosenthal, mana-
,,- the Doubleday, Doran
leparted by air for
Mrs. Rosenthal will
weeks there and in
Albanj before returning to Palm
Beach about Oct. 1.

\ in;.ments for the High
Days at Temple Beth-El
made, according to
Glasser, tempi.' president.
. benches are being in-
I a cantor is being Bli-
the services. Lou
is in charge of ticket

.: S hrebnick has returned
nd some time with his
M Schrebnick, 414
He as been in attend-
1 University of Miami.

i' : Mrs. Marie Blum-
1 from her in New
York, when- she is spending the
summer. Mis. Blumberg resided
ir several years on 40th st.
FOR FREE ESTIMATE
T^W 33089
12 S.W. 17r.li COURT
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
VID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
Sei vice
p.m. Sabbath services at biiO
a.m.
He Monday
1-12.
1a B'Ab
'
tor Maurio Mam-
R Sha-
.!: I),
A ici "
.- bout
melltS. ;.: '. .
will chant ;.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman;
Canlor Jacob Y. Goldring.
, 7
Saturday si vi< e, 9 a m
'ice, 10
7 p.m. Daily religious school
-12 a.m.
HAULING
None Too L.irge or Too Small
PROMPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2323 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-4308
Delegates to the state co
tion were elected recenuvfl
Palm Beach lodge. B^TlA
The convention will be h,la !*1
from Aug. 30 to Sept. 1 fM
were Dan Goodmaik, DavTS
Frank Bayer, Joseph Wr n I
Schupler, Ben Wolfson .1
nates are Harry GoudmarkTl
eph Glasser, Jacob Glosser 21
Abrams, Ezra Brahms and fcl
PWOL Automatic dele'gaU I
Max Ackerman. secretar?*l
f.ack **" Past P-UtattTI
the state federation.

Sol Rubin, operator of a jew*
store here for more than 10 yj|
is spending some time on V*T
tion.

Rev. Lazarus Lehrer was aik
cent visitor from New York bl
a brief time. Rev Lehrer (aJ
merry conducted sei vices for J
local Jewish congregation,

Joe Moss has partly recover*!
from a serious illness which M
kept him confined to his ho|
for several weeks
High Grade
TAILORED
VENETIAN
IIIJMIS
Thomas Venetian blindi in
specially designed for Floridi
usedurable and long lasting
All blinds installed and guar-
anteed prompt shipment *
out-of-town orders.
Phone lor Estimates
9-7555
Leo
KISEXSTEIN RexdLo\\
D, Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your
'"REAL ESTATE PROBLEM
12 Yean cf Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beacti__
I
Wanted: Executive Director
for Hebrew Educational Institution. Requires man of
wide Jewish background and education. Admini-
strative and organizational ability and capacity to
raise funds. Good salary. Submit particulars to The
JEWISH FLORIDIAN, P. O. Box 2973.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr.
Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-
tive director.
. s' and
morning at It).
(pomplak and JbepenJaHe c7lf/e Sefrice
MIAMI TITLE
& Obstruct Co.
M TIMS Of TITLE SERVICE IR DADE CODNTT
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF
KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO.
AutU Nearly $2400.000.00
41 N. E. FIRST AVE.
TELEPHONE 3-6661
evening al 8
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM.
4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can.or Sam
uel Kelemer.
Frid
p n
nah, Sept 15
For information
fice. Open daily 9 a.m. to 5
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N E
19h st Miami. Rabbi Colman
A. Zw.tman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap
Ian. rabbi emeritus.
-JBSh 0V"ninB "l 8:15- re*ul<"
Sabbath evening services
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman win ,
g 0 services and spj
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S
i^-V T" Ft- Lauderdale'
Rabbi David Raab
,-,";:i:y eve".....:' **
llils the Spot'
12-OZ. BOTTLE
c
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Iy, AUGUST 8, 1947
*kisli ftoriffi PAGE NINE
lemy Roster
ins For Names
:all Students
eeting of the Greater Miami
Academy membership
Hid Thursday, Aug. 7, at the
iy building, Sixth st. and
jion ave., Miami Beach,
reports on the progress and
jns of the school were re-
by an enthusiastic and
attendance.
jmber of committees were
Ited to exercise supervision
te equipment of the vari-
Cilities to be offered by the
These committees will
Charge of the furnishing of
jrary, administrative of-
I classrooms, clinic, dining
kitchen and auditorium of
\vjly acquired edifice,
ration of the building, un-
supervision of L. & H.
reconstruction Co., is rapid-
ring completion, and mem-
It the meeting were grati-
learn that the work is
ling ahead of schedule,
iwhile, registration of chil-
|or the fall sessions of the
cational school began Sun-
lug. 3. Enrollments are
I taken for classes for the
our years of elementary
' work. Special kindergar-
sups for children from 4
tars of age are now being
Lunches as well as
ortation will be furnished
{students.
Greater Miami Hebrew
ny is a model progressive
iool combining secular and
ire Hebrew education for
oys and girls. In addition
alar courses of study, the
kla will include special
in music and art appreci-
|as well as other subjects
by the modern progres-
lool.
ring will follow the regu-
aceting of the Over 21
be held at the Miami
Y. One Lincoln rd.,
isday. Aug. 13. at 8:30
Clyde A. Epperson,
county commander of the
can Cancer society, has
need that the cancer in-
lion center will be tem-
|y located at 804 N. E.
ave., Miami, until com-
of the new clinic build-
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Phone 3-4225
N. W. 5th Street
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plesale and Retail
University Honors RoHvnwaUl
Acclaimed as "humanitarian and man of affairs," Lessing J.
Rosenwald (left) of Jenkintown, Pa., philanthropist and presi-
dent of the American Council for Judaism, was awarded hon-
orary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters for his devotion
to culture and to the cause of human welfare, by Dr. George
W. McClelland, president of the University of Pennsylvania,
at recent commencement exercises.
BB Young People
Will Hold Dance
On Beach Aug. 16
A "get acquainted hop," to be
sponsored by the Clara Hirsch
Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women in conjunction
with the B'nai B'rith Young Men
of Miami Beach, will be held on
Saturday, Aug. 16, at 8:30 p.m., at
the Robert Richter hotel, 34th st.
and Collins ave.
A joint committee, headed by
Seymour Brenner and Pat Blau,
is making plans for the dance,
which will be one of a series of
co-sponsored events designed to
bring about closer relations be-
tween the two young people's
groups.
Illll \\ Delegates
Leave for Parley
Miss Irene Jacobs and Miss
Paula Lach, of the DEBBS chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith Young Women,
left Miami on Thursday, July 31,
for St. Paul, Minn., where they
will represent District 5, B'nai
B'rith Young Women, at the na-
tional convention of that organi-
zation.
Miss Jacobs is past president
of District 5 and is national youth
commissioner. Miss Lach is cor-
responding secretary of the
BBYW district.
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I loridiaii Sought
By DP Relative
A Mrs. Dora Friedman, be-
lieved to be a resident of Florida,
is among the persons being sought
by relatives in DP camps in Ger-
many who are named in three
new lists of DP's received recent-
ly by Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, presi-
dent of the Miami chapter of the
American Jewish Congress.
Mrs. Friedman, who was born
in 1900 in Lwow, Poland, is a
cousin of Josef Friedman, Was-
seral Fingen, Kr. Aalen-Wttbg.,
Karl Keslerstr. 118, U. S. Zone,
Germany.
Mrs. Stepkin said that her re-
cent announcement of the receipt
of lists from the ,New York
headquarters of the AJC, totalling
over 300,000 names, brought a
tremendous response from Miam-
ians who have had no word from
relatives in Europe. One man,
Mrs. Stepkin said, is believed to
be making contact with his DP
family through consulting her
lists.
The three new lists, just re-
ceived, contain the names of dis-
placed persons at Farm Liebhof,
near Dachau; Cham, Bavaria, and
Tereta Geretsreid, near Wolfrats,
all in Germany. They may be
consulted by contacting Mrs.
Stepkin at 2101 S. W. 21st St.,
Miami.
COMMERCIAL
REFRIGERATION
and
Soda Fountain Repairs
PHONE 4-2642
Sundman
Refrigeration
3267 N. W. 7th St. Miami
Sholem Lodge To
Commemorate
V-J Day Tuesday
Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, will
present a V-J Day commemora-
tion program at their meeting
Tuesday, Aug. 12, 8 p.m., at Tem-
ple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th st.,
Miami.
Norman Corwin's recorded pro-
duction of "On A Note Of Tri-
umph" will headline the pro-
gram, and Alvin Schwartz will
present a reading of President
Roosevelt's last undelivered
speech.
Irving Gold, Leo Sheiner and
Marx Feinberg are in charge of
the program. Sam Silver will
preside at a brief business session
to precede the program.
Milton A. Friedman, chairman
of the lodge constitution com-
mittee, will report on proposed
amendments to the constitution,
and plans will be drawn for lodge
activities for the remainder of
1947.
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"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
PALESTINE TALK:
A new five-point plan to com-
bat underground activities in
Palestine has been submitted to
the Palestine high commissioner
by some of his advisers ... But
the hifih commissioner seems to
have his own plans, which he has
not shared with anybody Not
even with the chief justicr oi
Palestine, who is the No. 2 man in
the country This new policy
of not civinn any clue, even to
his closest associates, of what he
is thinking or planning to do is
a result of special instructions
from London Many of the
high officials of the government
are greatly irritated by the new
policy The five-point plan of
some of these officials suggests
the disbanding of the Haganah.
the dissolution of the J'
Agency, improving relations with
moderate Jews, preventing im-
migration of any Jew under the
nge of 50, and developing better
security methods Some of-
ficials have also suggested that
the ex-Mufti, who is now in exili
in Egvpt. he allowed to return
to Palestine They argue that
he now has power without re-
sponsibility and that his power
will remain even if he is kept out
of Palestine ... In fact, they I x
press the opinion that he may
one day become the "dictator of
the Arab world" They Stress
tin- fa.t that at the moment the
ex-Mufti enjoys all the p
and influence of a leader among
the Arabs in Palestine, without
the disadvantages of responsibil-
ity His picture is flashed on
the screen in Arab movie houses
in Palestine amid wild cheers and
his photo can be seen in many
Arab dwellings and offices.

THE UNFORGETTABLE CRJ.MK
Although practically all Ger-
mans claim that they never knew
of the mass-extermination of
Jews carried out by their govern-
ment during the Nazi regime.
smiie of them are now beginning
to confess .. J i
"The Hiddi n 11
lished by Han
tells

who said that the;
that their am
f the Jews" H
authoi
that on this point I
of the Nu
cent.
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mans in
tatioi
him in Nu
Jews,"
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dentists and thi
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she beli< ved, I '
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Germany' :
there and I Si .
by the S.S. ai
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of such at
win a war,'
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To Moot Monday
\ cultural meeting of the
ess and Professional Wom-
I vision, Miami chapter of
will be held on Mon-
ening, Aug. 11, at the home
Ann Byer. 1315 Venetian
San Marco Island,
.ntinuation of the officers'
- course, which was pre-
at the last two cultural
of the division, will
e at this meeting. Miss
Edith Goodkind will be acting
:I. chairman, substituting
Morris, who is now on
n. A review of "Gentle-
Agreement" has .been
| by Miss Rose Liss, a ncw-
the group.
The division is a newly organ-
group in Miami and plans
I membership drive, in
irm of a membership tea, to
be held on Sunday afternoon,
12 are now being formu-
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Wanted
Information is being *~
the whereabouts of Sol Bf!
behalf of his v.ife. 7^
finds herself in need of his/
ial assistance. Mrs. Brod
received suppo.t from fcj
band in June. 1945 c
no monies have been for*!
ing. Sol Brock was born?!
sia in 1894, is 5 ft. 7 indJ
weighs 170 pounds, has
hair, brown eye.. ne finftrj
on right hand Was last)
to be in busirn u manuk
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this man's whereabouts al
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* Jewish tkrkilar)
PAGE ELEVEN
A L LIN G All Blood Donors!
The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our commu-
nity ... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood
donated. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank
requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood!
Our Jewish Friends In Metropolitan Miami:
Whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has
jhieved since its establishment in 1941 is, in a large measure,
ie to the interest and generosity of volunteer donors who have
>ntributed so liberally of their blood.
The Jewish People of Dade County, particularly the
mibership of B'nai B'rith, are to be commended for their ready
jponse and liberal contributions to appeals by the Blood Bank
blood in emergencies. ,
It is expected, and it happens, that the largest part of
Le blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and
Motives of the recipient. When the amount of blood trans-
sed into a patient is not excessive, replacement is usually
xde. When, however, a patient receives five, ten, fifty, or
>re pints of blood or plasma (one patient received eighty-six
its of blood and plasma in two months) complete replacement
innot be expected. It is for such patients that it is necessary
recruit volunteer donors.
During 1940, before the Blood Bank of Dade County was
Itablished, about fifty pints of blood were transfused monthly
the Miami area. During 1947, approximately 1,200 pints of
|ood will be transfused monthly. This represents more than
ie unit of blood for each hospital bed in the area. By 1950,
is expected that there may be 2,500 hospital beds in Dade
>unty, and 2,500 pints of blood will be required to meet the
ed.
YOUR REGULAR VISITS
WILL PREVENT THESE
SOS CALLS
PLAN TO VISIT THE
BANK TWICE EVERY
YEAR
When a donation of blood is made to the Blood Bank,
the donor designates to whom the credit shall be given. This
may be for a patient, an organization, or to their own credit.
It works just like a bank deposit. The donor may draw on his
deposit whenever he desires to do so.
The Blood Bank of Dade County is a permanent insti-
tution, ranking with "the churches, schools and other important
institutions in the service which it renders to the community.
Its only commodity is human blood, and its sole purpose is the
saving of human life. The need for blood is not only today,
but every day in the future. There will never be a substitute
for human blood. It is for this reason that a long range pro-
gram, appealing to every qualified donor in the community, has
been instituted. The success of the program depends upon
volunteer donations of blood, and the Blood Bank of Dade
County is appealing to you to make this donation, so that the
Blood Bank can continue its life-saving program.
As Director of the Blood Bank of Dade County, I want
to take this occasion to express to the Jewish People of Dade
County appreciation of the patients, physicians and the Blood
Bank for their numerous donations of blood in the past, and
express the hope that they will increase their interest in, and
donations of blood to, the Blood Bank.
Sincerely,
JOHN ELLIOTT. ScD.
Director
Blood Bank of Dade County
1750 N. W. 10th Avenue
Phone 9-1631
This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
liami Beach 1st National Bank
51 Alton Road Miami Beach
liami Home Milk Producers
Association
|5I N. W. 7th Avo. Miami
xn American Home Real Estate
cAllister Arcade Miami
RALEIGH HOTEL
f77 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON
N. W. 7th Ave. Miami
SOUTHERN DAIRIES. INC.
N. E. 27th St. Miami
'Vogue Laundry & Cleaners
|25 20th St. Miami Beach
MRS. R. R. COBIAN
'1 North View Dr. Miami Beach
Fincher Oldsmobile Motors
1740 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami
Lora PackWomen's Apparel
639 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
PEERLESS MFG. CO.
23 N. E. 74th St. Miami
Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
3190 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach
A. F. GIVEN
420 Congress Building Miami
Keystone Art Corporation
684 N. W. 7th SL Miami
Gordon's Women's Apparel
Shop
DuPont Building Miami
Nathan Straus-Duparquet, Inc.
1100 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami
MIAMI STONE CO.
684 N. W. 7th St Miami
NATIONAL HOTEL
1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Belford Produce & Trucking
1299 N. W. 23rd St. Miami
GREEN BROTHERSBrokers
55 N. E. 24th St. Miami
GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE
3529 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami
GROVELAND PRODUCTS CO.
600 N. W. 10th St. Miami
ENFIELD CAMERA SHOP
409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
TYRUS T. TRIPP
2655 Coral Way Miami
HARMON, INC.
142 N. W. 2nd St.
Miami
Blue Derby Restaurant
697 S. W. 8th St. Miami
MARKLE CO.Contractors
1690 Alton Road Miami Beach
C. H. Lyne Foundry &
Machine Co.
105-09 N. W. 5th St. Miami
J. MILONEPlastering
208 N. W. 28th St Miami
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2425 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
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3003 Coral Way Miami
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2020 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 8,
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
DR.JOSEPHAJOSJN-----------------
NOAMAN mi sot NOW,
JmI 0UTSTAMWM6 MMM Of OUR TIMtS
M THJ HUD Of JfrVlSH C010MIZATI0M AMP
M$lTTltM!M1 WAS 60RM IN MOSCOW IN
1876
THt AGl Of 17, YOUNG ROSfN WAS ONI
01 A uROUP 01 STUDtNTS TO Bl IXlLtO TO
SMRIA fOR WI-CIAWST ACTIVITY/ SIX
'VgSJKi i&S 0'm UW1 Ml IXAPU TO
HtlOUBt
RMANY.
AfTJR STUDYING AT THi UNlVfRSIIY
Of NEIOIIHM fOR 2 YMRS.MSW
tMIGRAUO TO TH( US IN l90J,Ht
RECEIVED A MASTER'S OEfiREE fROM
MICHIGAN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
AND LATER, WAS AWARDED HIS
DOCTORATE AT THE UNIVERSITY Of
MINNESOTA
,'.^X
ROWS RISE AS AN AGRONOMIST CAME OUICKIY.HIS
SoMSAl fOR THE CREATION Of AH AGRICULTURAL
2SK THE U WHERE RUSSIANS COUlD STUDY
S AH METHODS WAS "TMUSlASTlCALLY ACCEPTED.
KQSEN WAS APPOINTED CHIEF FROM 1906 TO 1915.
IT WAS CURING TWS PERIOD TNAT HE HJCOVU,.
ANEW VARIETY Of WINTER RYE.MAMEPAfitt
NIM ."ROSIN Ml" THE WWNU Of All MmT
AT THE CHICAGO GRAIN EXHWJIT fOR 10 YEARt
IS NOW GROWN All OVER THI U.S. .^L
SOT ROSEN'S ftlMEST JOB WAS YET TO COME
REHABILITATION Of JEWS OVERSEAS/ IN 1921. HE
JOINED THI AMERICAN RILIEf ADMINISTRATION
AFTER WHICH HE CONCEIVED HIS OWN PROJECT (OR
THE SETTLEMENT Of RUSSIAN JEWS WHO WERE
HOMELESS AND JOBLESS AFTER THE REVOLUTION
Of 1917. \V\
fOR THI NEXT fEW VEAM ROSEN'S
EXPERIENCE WAS ROUNDED OUT BY All
APPOINTMENT TO THE DIRECTORSHIP Of
THE BARON OE HIRSCH ASRICUITURAI
SCHOOL. IN HEW JERSEY.
THE fOUOWINS YEAR,HE WAS
APPOINTED TO THE ADVISORY
COMMITTEE OH POLITICAL
REfUGEES BY PRESIDENT ROOSE-
VELT AND THE BRITISH GOVERN-
MENT, TO SURVEY THE POSSI-
BILITY Of REEUGEt SETTLE-
MENT IN BRITISH 6UIANA.
"AS HEAD OF THE AMERICAN-JEW-
ISH JOINT AGRICULTURAL CORP.
0LGRO-JOIHO, ROSEN fINlSHED THE
.TREMENDOUS TASK OF SETTLING
J50.000 JEWS OH HEARLY 3 MILLION
ACRES IH THE UKRAINEtCRIMEA BY I9J8
IN 1940, ROSEN EMBARKED ON A SIMILAR
SURVEY IH THE DOMINION REPUBLIC Alt
ESTABLISHED A CCXOHY AT SOSUA. THUS
CONTINUING THi WORK CLOSEST TO HIS '
HEART, HE WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED
BY THE BENEFICIARIES Of HIS idealistic
ACHIEVEMENTS--
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Miami JCRS Names
Parley Delegate
Mrs. Leonard Weisberg has
been elected by the Miami chap-
ter of the Jewish Consumptive
Relief Society to represent it at
the annual national convention
of the society to be held in Den-
ver, Colo. Mrs. Weisberg will
leave here by plane on Aug. 14.
A farewell luncheon was tend-
end the delegate recently at the
Robert Clay hotel.
The JCRS will resume activi-
ties with their first fall meeting
at the Robert Richter hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, on Sept. 8.
Accountant Bernstein
Opens New Office Here
The establishment of an office
for the general practice of public
accountancy at 702 Langford bldg.
is announced by Barney Bern-
stein, certified public accountant.
A resident of Miami Beach since
1940, Mr. Bernstein was office
manager for the late Harry Gold-
stein before serving in the Army
air forces for three and one-half
years, the last 18 months of which
he was auditor and reviewer as-
signed to the Detroit regional of-
fice of the contract audit section.
Since separation from active
duty in March. 1946, he has been
a senior accountant on the staff
of M. G. Furman, certified public
accountant, Miami Beach.
Red Cross to Train
Ambulance Drivers Here
A course in first aid for all Mi I
ami ambulance operators will be- '
gin Monday, Aug. 11. at th< Mi-
ami Police academy, I
the old John Sewell estate, 1300
N. W. 10th ave.
The class will meel
a.m. to 12 noon Mondays,
nesdays and Fridays and will be
conducted by Larry Tan:.'
has charge of physical tra
for the Miami Police di |
Tanner is an authorized A
can Red Cross first aid
and recently returned fi
day Red Cross training schi
Chipley. Ga.
The police department is mak-
ing its facilities available i
able ambulance operators to
ply with the police requi
they be trained ip Red
first aid.
Carl Weinkle, president of
the Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami
Beach, One Lincoln rd., an-
nounces the appointment of
Randy Polansky as acting ex-
ecutive director of the "Y."
Polansky is also serving as di-
rector of the "Y" Home Camp,
and as general activities direc-
tor of ihe"Y."
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)AY. AUGUST 8. I94T +Jenisti rtkridtlrtn PAGE SEVEN OOD BANK TO BE PERMANENT, ELLIOTT SAYS IN NEW APPEAL [The Greater Miami Blood Bank, which was organized here ring the war, is to be a permanent institution in the commuy, according to a statement issued this week by Dr. John kdtt, director, who emphasized that the theory behind the bling of blood was a wartime development. Dr. Elliott, now at the head of an intensified drive for volunI donors to the dwindling blood supply in the bank, said that scheme of pooling plasma andS* kole blood, developed by milify medicine during the war, doubtless responsible for a Jniendous reduction in the morjty rate among battle casualThese results, he said, conmi'd experiments conducted be^e the war, and affirmed the ed for constant supplies of |>od in every community in acetime as well as in war. '•Doctors returning from active %  vice with the armed forces," \. Elliott said, "are applying the ;nns they learned in combat to treatment of civilian injuries disease. Important among Temple Israel Men's Club To Hear Legislator Speak State Representative R. B. (Bun) Gautier will be the featured speaker at the next meeting of the Men's Club of Temple Israel on Wednesday night, Aug. 13, at Kaplan hall. The legislator will address the club on "Combining Important Departments of Miami and Miami Beach," and will be introduced by program chairman Paul Marks. Vice President Michael Eisenberg will preside in the absence of sc new therapeutic practices | President Jerome Cohen, now on the use of plasma and blood, vacation, ^nsequently, the ned for a civilblood supply is obvious." The bank's director reminded tispective donors that they will credited with their "deposits" blood, either as individuals or members of organizations, and at they would be able to draw their "deposits" in time of id. He reiterated an earlier obrvation that the population of |is area has increased by 25 per it since 1938 and that the prosBt of a continued increase in coming year makes necessary continuously growing blood ink reserve, for the treatment injury and disease. Miami ttvavh -fvuish Center Conntruetion EH Underway )ldin Will Open New liami Beach Pharmacy IWilliam Goldin, former New prsey pharmacy operator, will en a new Miami Beach pharm|y at 1633 Washington ave., it as announced this week. iGoldin, a Miami Beach resifcnt, has been in the pharmacy psiness 40 years. He said that Bee 1906, his stores have filled ire than 1,750,000 prescriptions. lie new pharmacy is located in Lincoln rd. building. DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. | 600 N.E. 1ft Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St. PH. 3-5308 PH. 48-3442 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TIIK I ''I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANOERY. No. 111033 NANCY UARIE CLBMMINOS Plaintiff, v.-*. ALBERT MARTIN CLEMMINdS, JR., Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR T<>: ALBERT MARTIN CLEMMINOS, Jit., Residence unknown. Y"u in.hereby notified and required to appear t" the HIM of Complaint riled in Hi,above styled cause, on or before September \ U47, otherwise iii.Bill of Complain! win be taken :cs confessed against you. Lei ihis order be published once a week for not i.-ss than four successive weeks In Tin.i.-wish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dads County, Florida, Dated this 7tli day of August, 1947 II. I!. I.IOATIIKItM.W. Clerk of Circuit Court. B] M i' QREEN, Deputy Clerk, (SEAL) MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1023 Seybold UUIg., Miami, Florida, 8 '8-15-22 29 EMMET A. DROLET 545 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2346 METAL WINDOWS BARCOL OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS FRANTZ SINGLE SECTION MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE DOORS, $82.50 STEEL RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS, COMPLETE STOCK THE HEBREW UNION COLLEGE in cooperation with THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI ANNOUNCES A Combined Program of StudyLeading to the B.A. llegree £ Which Includes F Jewish Studies at the Hebrew Union College with academic credit towards a B.A. degree at the University of Cincinnati. K' Privilege oi residence at the Dormitory ol the Hebrew Union College. U Regular enrollment at the University. Enrollment Will He Limited to 2.1 For the Academic Year 1047-18 APPLY IMMEDIATELY TO: The Director ol Field Activities Hebrew Union College f Cincinnati 20, Ohio I • REGISTRATION CLOSES SEPTEMBER I. 1947 Funds raised last year by the Miami Beach Jewish Center for its new half-million dollar structure are now being put to work as pictured above, with construction in full swing at the new location, Washington ave. at 17th st. Along with the new building program is the current membership drive under the direction of Mr. W. I. Feuer. Invitations to a select list of one thousand Beach residents were mailed ihis week, extending the opportunity to participate in the Center program. MIAMI BEACH Getter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court PHONE 3-6924 PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK Job Too Large or Too Small Estimates Cheerfully Given 5 CONVENIENT STATIONS DIXIE TIRE CO. Phone 2-6133 AVERY INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES CEMENT — ROCK LATH — CEMENT BLOCKS MORTAR MIX Everything in the General Building Line Phones 9-0398—9-9985 3800 \. W. S. River Drive 1 %  1 :t • i I %  %  4 "I



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B npffipw tBMi ggM i • FRIDAY, PAGE FOUR AUGUST, Editorial Local Jewish Leaders Shew Mixed Reactions : Fighter* With Discipline 1 has become oketous d^-= answer of the British goTeramenl sergeants by OM Irgun -s 10 bJ an against all jews ir. Pnlesane %  This is certainly nothinc ; ;;..;. ? Bt SJ any aches world body The tndteciirainate c por. ewis2 •.he arres: of lewttfa mayors by i v.olar.or.s r: every moral CD : be recognized as such when will be recogriized DB ; This new ourrrea;: ::*;>: I oi the boon *:..::. DBSMIJr. M "-" \~* "e-.v.sr. rirridiar. reels it must re-crs: its Abbe H_lel Sihret irbc while recog: : tinned militant action on the pan oftbe u urges the i-pos::irr r: disci ph ne = respt leaders oi such acdrr. There are lews is ova : worked US ever :'r.~ r.eed tot .rr.rr.-: they will countenance oc -.:.r.s:: the the intention or such criticism Thas c_r e dit ori a l :: tad ; ; ;: chorees accompanied by detailed rer:erc ciple with which we are .r. cos: recharges all bur rail The Florichc Actually = rarer_l ana] shew-.l-.ese rr.tos The Jewish 7 :: : is rr. tie principles with regarrl lo action is Palestine based an weltthouaht-oui strategy :::\ :::.;: yj leas^ pr^ssirle drrr.re: ": r.rr.-rrrr•-=:: United Nations opinion alj these t agree ore ?ory. 5_: rr.a: rrrr.rr. can only be corshis< discipline The lewish army w he ther %  be :•: ec K: :: •ni.s :;.!::::?; r the knowiedoe thai dial al the British it unjust "•'• need :rr murdecinc prisoners :: %  a : :.-.-: r.r.c cerr. mer. si obviated The _se -: simply because the Britisi emp oy sue] parr o: Jewish army lactici soldiers nrrc as — er. They wjl then hen of aS Jewry ':. %  oi ~ 11 the world Finally wad about re United Nat The -f-:f:= ;: the Un led Nationi won rr victor y :::.r.. ; : Nazism Some : %  %  I TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. Muctfy eontUdeniid (Copyright. 1M. Svn Art Faaturt Syndics,, By PHINEAS J. BIRON match Bcigta The Irgun in Palestine is making an all-out drive for, power • • Menahem Beigin, commander o! the Wj :nd power over that terrorist organization are-], 's being built up as the leader of the Yishuv i n Palest^ • British Army Spreads Reign Of Ten When Henry Montor. executive vice chairman of the 7 Appeal, warned the delegates at the 50th Zionaj] Ml, a lew weeks ago. that it is the ultimate aim of they -plant the Jewish Agency and to do so by a militanj : 's jeered by the Irgun supporters at the conventjij Rcbb: Shubow of Boston insulted him publicly p^j •motion received here, however, it would sen] knew what he was talking about It's m ^ that Peter Bergson. leader of the Irgur. in America, v known ... He studiously kept in the background, se days he once confided to us: "Don't worry aboj when I decide to give myself publicity I'll do ij And he surely did Today he is oneoftnk figures in Jewish circles, and that's just the Yes Montor knew whereof he spoke. Hark Prosp e ct s There will be no Roosevelt to stop Peron when hi i proves of an intensive anti-Semitic drive in the Observers who have just returned from Buenoe 1 are extremely worried They report that a mushed anti-Semitic groups are preparing anti-Jewish demo tions of which the bombing of the chief synagogue of Ba Aires was the first item The tragic aspect of thai r.ewal of anti-Jewish activities is to be found in the let! attitude of Argentine labor, which is being sold the ideal Jewish businessmen are their greatest enemies ... Thel ble, of course, is that there are a few unethical Jewish 1 nessmen who with their sharp practices endanger the < Jewish community During Roosevelt's presidency! Argentine government was well aware that the PresideJi] the United Stales was watching the Jewish situation dc and viewing anti-Jewish excesses as manifestation! i Fascism More than once FDR signified his irritating anti-Semitic acts sponsored or condoned by Peron... I now in view of the very, very friendly relations Washington and Buenos Aires, there is little hope for4 ficial protests from the White House. %  ror POLICE ARREST MANY • N ENGLISH RIOTS :::.--.: s.r:. r:;_r = ISev :.:.:. re : %  rara.ess r: nationahtv r= long as 'hey :::;_ way fighters ice rr^errrsr.r_; concur! thee The United Naooni must r. Parteatee Not am we aDow ;_-.-r such We rar arrrd rr.rr Srr:.rr.rrv ; = reaar-.r.r the 0 N as _=• anothes Lrr.r_j ;: N rr.e V N :a_s is Palestine wiE :=. ii rid zui west rbe progress r: man toward .rr. rrr.r-rr. .rrrreperrerre 3 e a t rneasurahly se: back MUST BE A MISPRINT!' V Minnesota's Opportunity %  student at the University cf Minnesotat : us The mails must have miiUI we received it months n"er it had r Now this student, whose name we shall art I time, not only is a brilliant student and ari'eJj --.aqazine, but he is also very rr.uch COBW • c mitic trend he sees in certain raaternitieij l wondered why the Jewish defense a in the collegiate field ... It seems tosj • a Dationctl conference of student repr"^ voked to deal openly and publicly with the i : rnvtnes on college campuses • He| r the progressive students at Minnesota"! B lead? O hoiiiH'll \y;iin • • ike John O'Donnell's column in the New' N 's of July 24th ... Mr. O'Donneli apparently J eves he was whitewashed cr::e: his h his interpretation of the Patton ^ a P^| '• %  • he very exDlicitlv points to a Jewish coon of FrauM ... r : US Telephone. 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT J 20 N. L Sixth Street ,.v t mem a physical lesson in n,e v *~ -oC I £?* ****** he sent three of them to the emerJJ tal after they had told htm &•* P*"" •"Muatoa oi HiUers ideology in this country-"



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K, AUGUST 8, 1947 -Jewlsti ncricffar) PAGE FIVE ront Park Rally Inaugurate Rental Drive Patterson, newly elected u 1 chairman of the Ameri_Keranfl committee, will be %  incipal speaker at a rally Byfront park next week, B is designed to open an infed drive for the extension controls beyond the Feb. |8, deadline. meeting, to be held on fcsday night, Aug. 13, at 8 /ill be sponsored by the Jhapters of AVC, which arc ng the support of civic and [organizations for the camiett Roth, chairman of | Miami Chapter No. 1, said atterson, former legislative entative for the organizaWashington, who was national chairman at the convention in Milwaukee, losen this area to begin the l~wide drive, because rent Boris in Miami are in a state. Roth added that [the rally is designed prito influence federal conIon of rent controls, it is led at staving off the deof this and other areas advisory boards authorizrecent legislation, which ^w being set up. urged a mass turnout of ans for the rally to assure an accurate expression of itiments of the community it control is recorded. JEWS IN SPORTS few Academy Sells ts For Services Greater Miami Hebrew ny, Sixth st. and Jefferson linmi Beach w will conduct 'ly Day services at their building, it was announced leek. [extensive alterations which been going on for the past |eeks on the newly acquired ng have been almost eomand the main auditorium, has a seating capacity of lill bo ready and completelipped in time for the holieason. Tickets are now ble at the academy. Bes at the academy for the year are scheduled to beSept. 8. MISHMASH: It looks as though Hank Greenberg has reached the end of the trail. Greenie voluntarily approached Manager Billy Herman of the Pirates the other day and asked to be benched for the good of the team. Hank's average has dwindled terribly the pasi lew weeks to .257 and although he hits an occasional home run he is not. driving in enough runs to warrant regular play. He revealed to intimates that if it weren't for his friend Bing Crosby, part Pirate owner, he would not have played at all this summer. • • &f Max Kaminsky, .who recently resigned as coach of the Pittsburgh hockey team, has signed as general manager of the Philadelphia sextet in the same circuit. Max developed a winning six at the Smoky City but didn't meet with the approval of the Toronto Maple Leafs who have a working agreement with the Harris interests in Pittsburgh. Under Kaminsky's regime the Smoky City club developed a strong Jewish clientele who helped pack the gardens every game. • • • Dan Perlmutter, former City college slugger, now with the Stamford Bombers in the Colonial league, is murdering the ball at a .390 clip for 38 games. His teammate Mickey Winters, nee Weintraub, is hitting just one hundred points under Danny and playing a fine game afield. Max Goldsmith in the same loop with New London is boffing the ball at at .301 gait. Among the hurlers in the circuit Sid Schacht of Stamford is far and away the strikeout artist. With a record of 11-5, Sid has retired 133 batters via the strikeout route. His games won mark leads the loop in victories. • • • After a hiatus of 22 months Danny Bartfield has returned to the ring wars and has been successful in his first two bouts. Danny smashed his left hand two years ago and has been resting up all these months. He should reach his peak in time to cash in on the lucrative winter season at Madison Square Garden. • • • Lew Effrat, veteran New York Times reporter, has auditioned Indersirociu'"^;, Sinc^ 1901 "PLIIl PIST CONTROL for a Mutual network sport show. Special events director Paul Jonas tells us Lew has the makings of a fine sportcaster. At 38, Effrat has already served 20 years on the Times sport staff. • • • A recent visitor to this country from Palestine informed us, just before flying back to the Holy Land, that he learned of our recent remarks concerning the Hapoel soccer team. Expecting to be given another call-down concerning our viewpoint we were pleasantly surprised to learn that he, too, agreed the Hapoel eleven was mediocre. In fact, he revealed that there were a few teams playing Palestine today who were rated much better than the recent invaders. • • • Art Morse, the Chi stadium basketball impressario, was in New York this past weekend to arrange for the forthcoming professional season. Chicago finished second to Philadelphia in the playoffs during the first season of the BAA league. With the acquisition of M i a s e k from Detroit, Morse's five will be strengthened considerably. • • • Sid Tanenbaum, the former N. Y. U. court flash, has been offered $10,000 by a quintet operating in the Northwest. How Sid could be worth that much money to a team so far removed from New York City is beyond us. But, then, you can never tell what some basketball people will do when it comes to signing ball players. The trend in basketball salaries this year will be downward and ten G's seems like an awful lot of money to turn down. • • • Sid Luckman is encountering rough going with his sore wrist. Last reports from the west coast, after his operation, were pessimistic. By the time this hits print the Chicago Bears will be in training. They will need Sid if they expect to beat the College All Stars in the annual game at the stadium late this month. Upon receiving a check from Columbia for coaching services, recently, Luckman endorsed and returned same to his alma mater for a scholarship fund. Workmen's Circle Youth Branch Will Hold Party The English speaking youth branch of the Workmen's Circle will sponsor a house party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weiner, 1243 S. W. Sixth st., on Monday, Aug. 11, at 8:30 p.m. This is one of a series of affairs being planned by the newly organized group to acquaint interested young people in the activities of the fraternal society. Other events will be announced in time. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will iavi on %  now roof latar "Satisfactory Work by Exparlancad Man" 414 •. W. 22nd Annm I'HONE 4-BMO ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Loti Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverised and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed Plastic Artificial Eyes COSMETIC EYES MADE TO INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS COLORED TO MATCH BY PROFESSIONAL ARTIST Finished Complete In One Day'e Time hly Skilled Technicians Fit Eye to Socket Thus Affording More Comfort and Better Movement it Changes in Temperature, High Altitudes Nor Body Adds %  ve Any Effect Upon the New Unbreakable Plastic Eye PHONE 9-2228 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY F. McGRATH 324 Calumet Bldg. 10 N. E. 3rd Ave. — Miami NURSERY • PLANTS • SHRUBS • POTTED FERNS • FLOWERS Joseph Melnick 1252 N. W. 33rd Street Phone 3-9801 Registration Opens For Coburn School Preparations are now being made for the opening of the 23rd session of the Coburn school, modernistic private day school at 1000 Bay dr., Normandy Isle, Miami Beach, and registration is open for children from pre-school through senior high school ages. The school was recently purchased by Marvin S. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen, and will open Oct. 1 under his supervision. The Coburn school offers 12 indoor classrooms, a steam-heated building, large sunporch, science laboratory and playground. A new cafeteria is now under construction and will be open in time for the beginning of the fall semester. An organized program of athletic activities as well as special emphasis in music and arts will be offered by the school, in addition to regular studies. All homework will be done under teacher supervision during school hours. We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. 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ID AY, AUGUST 8, 1947 *• Jewish tkrkilar) PAGE ELEVEN A L LIN G All Blood Donors The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our community ... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood donated. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood! Our Jewish Friends In Metropolitan Miami: Whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has jhieved since its establishment in 1941 is, in a large measure, ie to the interest and generosity of volunteer donors who have >ntributed so liberally of their blood. The Jewish People of Dade County, particularly the mibership of B'nai B'rith, are to be commended for their ready jponse and liberal contributions to appeals by the Blood Bank blood in emergencies. It is expected, and it happens, that the largest part of Le blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and Motives of the recipient. When the amount of blood transsed into a patient is not excessive, replacement is usually xde. When, however, a patient receives five, ten, fifty, or >re pints of blood or plasma (one patient received eighty-six its of blood and plasma in two months) complete replacement innot be expected. It is for such patients that it is necessary recruit volunteer donors. During 1940, before the Blood Bank of Dade County was Itablished, about fifty pints of blood were transfused monthly the Miami area. During 1947, approximately 1,200 pints of |ood will be transfused monthly. This represents more than ie unit of blood for each hospital bed in the area. By 1950, is expected that there may be 2,500 hospital beds in Dade >unty, and 2,500 pints of blood will be required to meet the ed. YOUR REGULAR VISITS WILL PREVENT THESE SOS CALLS PLAN TO VISIT THE BANK TWICE EVERY YEAR When a donation of blood is made to the Blood Bank, the donor designates to whom the credit shall be given. This may be for a patient, an organization, or to their own credit. It works just like a bank deposit. The donor may draw on his deposit whenever he desires to do so. The Blood Bank of Dade County is a permanent institution, ranking with "the churches, schools and other important institutions in the service which it renders to the community. Its only commodity is human blood, and its sole purpose is the saving of human life. The need for blood is not only today, but every day in the future. There will never be a substitute for human blood. It is for this reason that a long range program, appealing to every qualified donor in the community, has been instituted. The success of the program depends upon volunteer donations of blood, and the Blood Bank of Dade County is appealing to you to make this donation, so that the Blood Bank can continue its life-saving program. As Director of the Blood Bank of Dade County, I want to take this occasion to express to the Jewish People of Dade County appreciation of the patients, physicians and the Blood Bank for their numerous donations of blood in the past, and express the hope that they will increase their interest in, and donations of blood to, the Blood Bank. Sincerely, JOHN ELLIOTT. ScD. Director Blood Bank of Dade County 1750 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-1631 This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors liami Beach 1st National Bank 51 Alton Road Miami Beach liami Home Milk Producers Association |5I N. W. 7th Avo. Miami xn American Home Real Estate cAllister Arcade Miami RALEIGH HOTEL f77 Collins Ave. Miami Beach SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON N. W. 7th Ave. Miami SOUTHERN DAIRIES. INC. N. E. 27th St. Miami 'Vogue Laundry & Cleaners |25 20th St. Miami Beach MRS. R. R. COBIAN '1 North View Dr. Miami Beach Fincher Oldsmobile Motors 1740 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami MILLER ELECTRIC CO. 400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami Lora Pack—Women's Apparel 639 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach PEERLESS MFG. CO. 23 N. E. 74th St. Miami Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 3190 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach A. F. GIVEN 420 Congress Building Miami Keystone Art Corporation 684 N. W. 7th SL Miami Gordon's Women's Apparel Shop DuPont Building Miami Nathan Straus-Duparquet, Inc. 1100 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami MIAMI STONE CO. 684 N. W. 7th St Miami NATIONAL HOTEL 1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Belford Produce & Trucking 1299 N. W. 23rd St. Miami GREEN BROTHERS—Brokers 55 N. E. 24th St. Miami GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami GROVELAND PRODUCTS CO. 600 N. W. 10th St. Miami ENFIELD CAMERA SHOP 409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach TYRUS T. TRIPP 2655 Coral Way Miami HARMON, INC. 142 N. W. 2nd St. Miami Blue Derby Restaurant 697 S. W. 8th St. Miami MARKLE CO.—Contractors 1690 Alton Road Miami Beach C. H. Lyne Foundry & Machine Co. 105-09 N. W. 5th St. Miami J. MILONE—Plastering 208 N. W. 28th St Miami TRAYMORE HOTEL 2425 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Biscayne Exterminating Service 3003 Coral Way Miami Hudson-Estaver, Inc. 2020 Biscayne Blvd. Miami %  i I I i ,:$ %  i



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t A PAGE TWO Sheila Slain Bet:c:i~L Announced In Atlanta %  %  ~~ ==== ~ M • Gloria Gottfried Names DAMMIAIIV Speafclng September 7 for Wedding |TI>tM ,n %  • Gottfried -.-r ) -Ho samp wedding Stanley Gottfried', | the same wedding rhose betrothal jnced by their r : M > David Gott• 44tfa st Miami -> r Turner. I. nil Turner. • be married dur%  %  • • %  i :.: :.: • 1 He • M remony which Miss Beatrice mond Franklin. nded Miami Beach j .'. • graduated tefield school. Miami • nded high ihassee and the : Fl : cia where he f Pi Lambda thing busiMiss Arlene Rote r Wedding For Aug^ Mrs. Lillian Rose IM| sylvania ... 'I. announced the • ngageajf daughter. Arlene, toTj Rome, so: ^ jT* Rome. 2022 Prairie av* Miss RestWM grad i Miami Beacn High sZl attended the Univenh>3 She is financial secre'tartj Miami Beach J „n : ., : HJJ member of Rose chapter] B'rith, and the Junior I— .he Miam: Beach Jewishi munity CMr Rome graduate*! Mdford school m MilfonU the Universit) ; Perjuni :he Bmbry-Riddle School^ ation. and is ; the Univ.:-.;. .,; \'x\ school. He -ember fl Delta Ph: fral ant in the air corps re served three and a half ;he Aim] :ps. Plans are being nude J August 30 w. Iding. SevenM nuptial p bemg < i'or the inrlaJ spinster d.r ".hebnhj -,n Augu>-. i homed Leo Pollack, 4812 Pint Tree! %  '.Vcldman-Marks Nuptials Solemnized On July 29 Mi Miami 'Y' Home Camp Will Entertain Parents %  ... %  All mg ceremony. •.he lmmedi• : M.ss Geraln and Ellis Marks Shelborne Rabbi Max Cantor Maurice %  I %  %  7 the candieetting of white N. 22nd st. ;. : fei 01 I Mr. and Mrs I Louisville. ..given in mar: ither Her hust Mr and Mrs Miami Beach ther of Charles Marks. :...n. 1 street-length : led a famdec irated with %. urdines Charles of the Ritz "Sun Bronze" suntan lotion $0.50 Sun Bronze ... a combination of Revenescence and effective sun screening agents helps you retain a smooth, soft skintexture while sun-bronzing. It's creamy. It's ideal under make-up protecting your complexion all the while. MIAMI STORE, TOII.ETH i.T PIAJOR WJMi AT I-.' 1:1. INK'.UNCOUN ROAD AND BURDINK .-'. WBOT PALM BKA< 111 %  j sent at the reception m I the ceremony, in ling 1 10m, were: Miss I. luiavihe; Mrs Miss Doris Lindau' In Double Ring Cere A dottfali eremcajl %  ently unit Durrisji Doris Lind.iu and Bill Bna 1 wedding held in thegaria home of paresJ and Mrs .-. L.::.-.; %  f Bay rd and performed a! Jacob Kaplan Mr. and L Joseph Brand. 735 Altos rig the brideg rents. The bride w re a gofl| white satin and net. withji beaded tiara und fingert veil. She cai: ted a boa white flu v. Mrs. Barbara Greenwaldt! is matron of honor andthel 4room*s b Milton >f Newark. N J. was bat( Out-of-t. •. %  include! Jean Brandt, L.ng BeaA| R. Y : Miss Pauline Brooklyn, N V and U H Lindau. the bride'l brotIef Fort Custer. Mich. The ton kndaj graduated from Miami High school and later ail the Drexel Institute of T %  K.v in Philadelphia, and I university, B a graduate of New I'trecM school. Brooklyn N Y.asl tended St. Johns universal On their return foal honeymoon. Mr and MaJ rill make their homeatf W. Fifth st Miami. %  l.md. Miami Waldman at: '' ; %  • %  • u^'V'^r" :.:. Her husband is • a Miami Beach High ittended the Universida prior to his enlistArmy, where he ipl< left for a touring n Florida and MisI Will proceed to New Mr Marks is to nch office of the Miami in winch he is associated 4her. m the her ial motor trip through the North and C Mi Irs. Louis Goldman and family will leave Aun m • • Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz have returnod aftr ,%  my m Hendersonville, N. I "-^urnea .., on • • Mr. and Mrs. Simon Enqlander are snendinr, o extensive western motor tour. s P endl "g six weeks on an Miss Carol Ann Kravitz was honored on her fif.K w ,1 J a party qiven at the Sands hotel by h f i? u hday al Kravitz. Guests included Janie Levy M w 32 F" K^ Ru,h Morrison and Wendy Stein. Marsha Kohl, Shiiley • Joseph Gassenheimer. son of Mrs. Ruth &•!, %  .ationinq at Louisvillry-j n '-assenhei vacationing at Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka and dauqhter Shil, i u for a vacation in Hendersonvill. H?' bhe,,u lefl in Hendersonville, N. C. eimer, is this week m.Arr\| L :nc0t I4J L aAOU* SI OPEN 10 11:46 SUNDAY P2J 5JI iKCU" MMiM 5S W.FLAftLKRSl Few women dare lire it • Few men dare give it • • • Othor Barbara STANWYCK DAVID NIVEN RICHARD CONTE -EXTRA!' "TURKEY'S 100 MILUON" In Late*' MARCH OF -T&



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PAGE TEN rjewlstncrMtafL "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. PALESTINE TALK: A new five-point plan to combat underground activities in Palestine has been submitted to the Palestine high commissioner by some of his advisers ... But the hifih commissioner seems to have his own plans, which he has not shared with anybody Not even with the chief justicr oi Palestine, who is the No. 2 man in the country This new policy of not civinn any clue, even to his closest associates, of what he is thinking or planning to do is a result of special instructions from London Many of the high officials of the government are greatly irritated by the new policy • • The five-point plan of some of these officials suggests the disbanding of the Haganah. the dissolution of the J' Agency, improving relations with moderate Jews, preventing immigration of any Jew under the nge of 50, and developing better security methods Some officials have also suggested that the ex-Mufti, who is now in exili in Egvpt. he allowed to return to Palestine They argue that he now has power without responsibility and that his power will remain even if he is kept out of Palestine ... In fact, they I x press the opinion that he may one day become the "dictator of the Arab world" They Stress tinfa.t that at the moment the ex-Mufti enjoys all the p %  and influence of a leader among the Arabs in Palestine, without the disadvantages of responsibility His picture is flashed on the screen in Arab movie houses in Palestine amid wild cheers and his photo can be seen in many Arab dwellings and offices. • • • THE UNFORGETTABLE CRJ.MK Although practically all Germans claim that they never knew of the mass-extermination of Jews carried out by their government during the Nazi regime. smiie of them are now beginning to confess .. J i "The Hiddi n 11 lished by Han tells %  who said that the; that their am „f the Jews" • H authoi that on this point I of the Nu cent. nil mans in tatioi him in Nu Jews," est doct dentists and thi Another she beli< ved, I '• iombed other city" 51 eich i I But the utl • th,a • • '. land Germany' : there and I Si by the S.S. ai police"' "N of such at win a war,' shame is I The sami ;; that even lit ve him whi n what he sa • 'Pl' iS \ I D %  %  hiii .. Anol %  I ... It I %  • %  Earl ; II. & P. Hadassah To Moot Monday \ cultural meeting of the ess and Professional WomI v i s ion, Miami chapter of will be held on Monening, Aug. 11, at the home Ann Byer. 1315 Venetian San Marco Island, .ntinuation of the officers' course, which was preat the last two cultural of the division, will e at this meeting. Miss Edith Goodkind will be acting :I chairman, substituting Morris, who is now on n A review of "GentleAgreement" has .been | by Miss Rose Liss, a ncw• the group. The division is a newly organgroup in Miami and plans I membership drive, in irm of a membership tea, to be held on Sunday afternoon, 12 are now being formuYour Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington AT*, at 13th St. Miami Beacb And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flakier St.. Miami FRIDAY^UGU ST,] Wanted Information is being *~ the whereabouts of Sol Bf! behalf of his v.ife. 7^ finds herself in need of his/ ial assistance. Mrs. Brod received suppo.t f rom fcj band in June. 1945 c no monies have been for*! ing. Sol Brock was born?! sia in 1894, is 5 ft. 7 indJ weighs 170 pounds, has hair, brown eye.. „ne fi nftr j on right hand Was last) to be in busirn u manu k men's jackets. Anyone aw ZJ this man's whereabouts a l quested to communicate t-A National Desertion bureau. ri 47th St., New York City RUTH GROSS m Inc. [ GENERAL INSURANT! BONDS UFj Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD AUTO PAINTING UPHOLSTERY SEAT C0VB|| Phone 3-0519 RUDY'S GARAGE CADILLAC and PONTUCl SPECIALISTS Body and Fender Won I Expert Motor Repainai | 3018 N. E. 2nd An. MIAMI 37, FLA. TO SEND MONEY ABROAD BY AIR MAIL OR CABLE Call, Write or Telephone AMERICAN EXPRESS turf Ion RrmHtanrei 330 E. Flaqler St., Miami Telephone 3-3178 OS THE SCRl The mov n —f i r s t Hollyv • 1 of anti-S< : C( Although it the problem strongly able, it mm •ill linn mm HI* llmill I llliil ..Hiii 0 EXPERT REPAIRING MANTEL — EL ECTBIC—AL SUMMER PRICES PREVAIL PICK-UP • "<* DELIVERY-Wlf J. H. STAFFORD 35 N. W. 1|t| A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI, FLORIDA Phcne 3-3653 Mr. and Mrs. Tenant of Greater Mid~i. ell l;VH I I4r\ MAY HI. SI WHO! \l> llll rOKM.H JOIN THE MIAMI-MIAMI BEACH TENANT LEAGUE, INC. DUES S3.00 PER YEAR MAIL OR BRING APPLICATION TO MAX GOODMAN, President 1305 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI PEACH. FLA. "With 1 MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Topi Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glaaa Wa Hare It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. MB. ^ ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ j mn tniaiHtfffltim i TOUBY I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen And B. aui Ifi FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product*" Dacro Pxotaa^d TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End ef Bird Rd. 4 anippar Cratk This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand It! oua Salami Weii Corned Boof Pastrami -PAINTING I CORP. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 171B N. W. 7th AVENUE PH0NE ^ IIIIWIIIIBI



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r i PAGE EIGHT +jetst>tk£[dHa!L FRIDAY. AUGUST 8, Fifteen Countries High Hcly Days Committee Named By Hebrew School Now Accepting CARE Packages In response to numerous inquiries from Miamians regarding sending of food and clothing packages to Europe, H. H. Hyman, chairman of the Dade county chapter, American Red Cross, reported today that through the non-profit organization, CARE, packages may now be sent as gifts to relatives and friends in 15 countries. These food and clothing textile packages are delivered duty and ration free at a cost of $10 each and may be ordered through CARE, 50 Broad St., New York City. Countries to which packages may be sent are Austria, Belgium. Czechoslovakia, Finland. Norway, France, Netherlands, Greece, Italy. Poland, Eire, the American, French and British zones of Germany, and all of Berlin. CARE order blanks or additional information may be obtained at the Dade county Red Cross, 507 N. E. First ave. Beth David Sisterhood Planning Installation Members of the executive committee of the Beth David Sisterhood, at a meeting held in Walgreen's Wednesday afternoon, heard plans and discussed arrangements for a joint installation of the Sisterhood and the Beth David PTA to be held Wednesday, Sept. 10, at the Columbus hotel roof. Mrs. Alex Stiebel was named program chairman for the installation. The committee also heard a report on the Sisterhood's boat ride, held aboard the "Seven Seas" on Sunday, Aug. 3. At that time, Milton Friedman led the passengers in community singing and Miss Elaine Feinberg entertained on the accordion. The executive committee extended its thanks to the members in charge of the boat ride, including Mesdames Siegel, Mayers, Forer, Sowders, Miller, Kovner, Feingold, August, Stiebel and Meirowitz. The committee in chargi (>i arrangements for the High Holy Day services of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Col gation held a meeting Monday night at the home of Mi Mis. Max Apfelbaum. 1411 S. 16th st. Mr Apfelbaum will take chi of ticket sales. H, M Dr. and Max Jacobskind will have charge of the Beating am ments and Mrs. E. L. Beck, Mrs. Nathan Coulton will handle publicity. Information regarding Holy Day services can be obtained from a representative of thl ganizationat 1101 S. W. 12th ave or by calling Mrs. E. L. B< 1121 S. W. Second st Mrs. Nathan Coulton. 640 S. W*. Eighth ct., 9-9446: or Mrs. Max Apfelbaum. 1411 S. W. 16tl 9-7292. Rabbi Simon April will duct the services and will be assisted by a Choi members of the Junioi I gation. Jack Stone, chairm; construction committee that the new building three-quarters complet< extra crew is being put on the job to make sure the I made ready for the Holiday services. Obituaries KULCHINSKY M.,nis Kulchlnsky, til, died July SI m his home, 327 Washington ave. Surviving are his wife, Sarah: five n and a daughter. The body was s.-nt to New Vi.rk City, Kulchlnaky'a former home, by Riverside Memorial Funeral home, for Interment there. MORRIS Harry s. Morrla, :,:, rtir*d Investment broker, died Thursday, Jniv tl. ii.. had been a Miami resident for 2:, yean and lived at 1309 lirlckell ave. Ho is .survived by his wife. Dorothy Morrla was a Mason, an Elk, and a member % %  the Mahl shrine. Services were held Wednesday :.t Palmer Funeral home and <-remution followed. Wilcox To Speak At Sholem Lodge Lunch J. Mark Wilcox, Miami ney and head of the E\ National Park committee, will be the guest speaker today. 12:15 p.m., at the Shulem lo B'rith, luncheon meeting in Downtown club of thl S arcade. Mr. Wilcox will presi nl cussion on "The E\ tional Park." Sam Silver is pri if the lodge and will introduci speaker, and Bill Pallot is lu eon chairman. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-3U Washington ... ii.mi Beach. B.bbi Moses M cheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder Friday evening %  : Saturday morning services at ISo. Mincha at 7:00, followed ; .,,:, s S'udos. Summer ses: of the religious school, iday, 10-H:30 am. and 5-6 p.m. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. R ?£afMincha at Ml I W ed by Maariv. ,.. at 8:30 a.m. 1 I speak on tl %  Por. week. Services Satur• %  I Mincha at 6, fol. j Shalos v Daily services at <••' l by a class Daily evening sei ...,l by a class in MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabolas Shabbos, 6:30 p.m • Saturday, 3:30 a.m. : ice Block, son 0! M Block at 10:30 %  10 a 111., fol Summer schedule if classes in the n I %  hool, • 12 nooi Sal I Holy D \ i, :' to 1" and 7 %  Palm Beach Notes Rabbi and Mrs Manuel GreensteJ n and their children are enEg a vacation in New York Ehio They expect to return ittll r week. • • Dr and Mrs Barney Blicher, ,,••1 Hillcrest blvd.. have left for Boston where Dr. Blicher is attending the National Dental convention. They Will tour the New tales before returning pt. 1. Mrs Maitha Rosenthal, mana,,the Doubleday, Doran leparted by air for Mrs. Rosenthal will weeks there and in Albanj before returning to Palm Beach about Oct. 1. • • \ in;.ments for the High Days at Temple Beth-El made, according to Glasser, tempi.' president. benches are being inI a cantor is being Blithe services. Lou is in charge of ticket %  .: S hrebnick has returned • • nd some time with his M Schrebnick, 414 He as been in attend1 University of Miami. • • i' : Mrs. Marie Blum1 from her in New York, whenshe is spending the summer. Mis. Blumberg resided ir several years on 40th st. FOR FREE ESTIMATE T^W 33089 1 2 S.W. 17r.li COURT CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Sei vice p.m. Sabbath services at biiO a.m. He Monday 1-12. 1a B'Ab tor Maurio MamR Sha.!: I), A ICI • .bout melltS. ;.: '. will chant ;. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Canlor Jacob Y. Goldring. 7 Saturday si vi< e, 9 a m 'ice, 10 7 p.m. Daily religious school §-12 a.m. HAULING None Too L.irge or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 Delegates to the state co tion were elected recenuvfl Palm Beach lodge. B^TlA The convention will be h,la !*1 from Aug. 30 to Sept. 1 fM were Dan Goodmaik, DavTS Frank Bayer, Joseph W r n I Schupler, Ben Wolfson .£1 nates are Harry GoudmarkTl eph Glasser, Jacob Glosser 21 Abrams, Ezra Brahms and fcl PWOL Automatic dele'gaU I Max Ackerman. secret ar ?*l f. ack £**"• P ast P-UtattTI the state federation. • • Sol Rubin, operator of a jew* store here for more than 10 yj| is spending some time on V *T tion. • • Rev. Lazarus Lehrer was a IK cent visitor from New York bl a brief time. Rev Lehrer (aJ merry conducted sei vices for J local Jewish congregation, • Joe Moss has partly recover*! from a serious illness which M kept him confined to his ho| for several weeks High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN IIIJMIS Thomas Venetian blindi in specially designed for Floridi use—durable and long lasting All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment out-of-town orders. Phone lor Estimates 9-7555 LEO KISEXSTEIN • RexdLo\\ D Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your '£"REAL ESTATE PROBLEM 12 Yean cf Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beacti I Wanted: Executive Director for Hebrew Educational Institution. Requires man of wide Jewish background and education. Administrative and organizational ability and capacity to raise funds. Good salary. Submit particulars to The JEWISH FLORIDIAN, P. O. Box 2973. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. s and morning at It). (pomplak and JbepenJaHe c7lf/e Sefrice M IAMI TITLE & Obstruct Co. M TIMS Of TITLE SERVICE IR DADE CODNTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. AutU Nearly $2400.000.00 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 evening al 8 LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can.or Sam uel Kelemer. Frid p n nah, Sept 15 For information fice. Open daily 9 a.m. to 5 REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N E 19h st Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zw.tman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap Ian. rabbi emeritus. -JBSh 0V ninB l 8:15 re ul <" Sabbath evening services Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman win g 0 services and spj %  TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S i^-V T" Ft Lauderdale' Rabbi David Raab ,-,";:i: y eve : **• llils the Spot' 12-OZ. BOTTLE c JS



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m &f r FRIDAY, AUG UST 8, LIVES OF OUR TIMES DR.JOSEPHAJOSJNNOAMAN mi sot NOW, JMI 0UTSTAMWM6 MMM Of OUR TIMtS M THJ HUD Of JfrVlSH C010MIZATI0M AMP M$lTTltM!M1 WAS 60RM IN MOSCOW IN 1876 •• THt AGl Of 17, YOUNG ROSfN WAS ONI 01 A uROUP 01 STUDtNTS TO Bl IXlLtO TO SMRIA fOR WI-CIAWST ACTIVITY/ SIX 'VgSJKi i&S 0' m UW1 Ml IXAPU TO HtlOUBt RMANY. AfTJR STUDYING AT THi UNlVfRSIIY Of NEIOIIHM fOR 2 YMRS.MSW tMIGRAUO TO TH( US IN l90J,Ht RECEIVED A MASTER'S OEfiREE fROM MICHIGAN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND LATER, WAS AWARDED HIS DOCTORATE AT THE UNIVE RSITY Of MINNESOTA ,'.^ X ROWS RISE AS AN AGRONOMIST CAME OUICKIY.HIS SoMSAl fOR THE CREATION Of AH AGRICULTURAL 2SK THE U WHERE RUSSIANS COUlD STUDY S AH METHODS WAS "TMUSlASTlCALLY ACCEPTED. KQSEN WAS APPOINTED CHIEF FROM 1906 TO 1915. IT WAS CURING TWS PERIOD TNAT HE HJCOVU,. ANEW VARIETY Of WINTER RYE.MAMEPAfitt NIM ."ROSIN Ml" THE WWNU Of All MMT AT THE CHICAGO GRAIN EXHWJIT fOR 10 YEARt IS NOW GROWN All OVER THI U.S. .^L SOT ROSEN'S ftlMEST JOB WAS YET TO COME REHABILITATION Of JEWS OVERSEAS/ IN 1921. HE JOINED THI AMERICAN RILIEf ADMINISTRATION AFTER WHICH HE CONCEIVED HIS OWN PROJECT (OR THE SETTLEMENT Of RUSSIAN JEWS WHO WERE HOMELESS AND JOBLESS AFTER THE REVOLUTION Of 1917. \V\ fOR THI NEXT fEW VEAM ROSEN'S EXPERIENCE WAS ROUNDED OUT BY All APPOINTMENT TO THE DIRECTORSHIP Of THE BARON OE HIRSCH ASRICUITURAI SCHOOL. IN HEW JERSEY. THE fOUOWINS YEAR,HE WAS APPOINTED TO THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE OH POLITICAL REfUGEES BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT, TO SURVEY THE POSSIBILITY Of REEUGEt SETTLEMENT IN BRITISH 6UIANA. "AS HEAD OF THE AMERICAN-JEWISH JOINT AGRICULTURAL CORP. 0LGRO-JOIHO, ROSEN fINlSHED THE .TREMENDOUS TASK OF SETTLING J50.000 JEWS OH HEARLY 3 MILLION ACRES IH THE UKRAINEtCRIMEA BY I9J8 IN 1940, ROSEN EMBARKED ON A SIMILAR SURVEY IH THE DOMINION REPUBLIC Alt ESTABLISHED A CCXOHY AT SOSUA. THUS CONTINUING THi WORK CLOSEST TO HIS HEART, HE WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED BY THE BENEFICIARIES Of HIS IDEALISTIC ACHIEVEMENTS-mm Miami JCRS Names Parley Delegate Mrs. Leonard Weisberg has been elected by the Miami chapter of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society to represent it at the annual national convention of the society to be held in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Weisberg will leave here by plane on Aug. 14. A farewell luncheon was tendend the delegate recently at the Robert Clay hotel. The JCRS will resume activities with their first fall meeting at the Robert Richter hotel, Miami Beach, on Sept. 8. Accountant Bernstein Opens New Office Here The establishment of an office for the general practice of public accountancy at 702 Langford bldg. is announced by Barney Bernstein, certified public accountant. A resident of Miami Beach since 1940, Mr. Bernstein was office manager for the late Harry Goldstein before serving in the Army air forces for three and one-half years, the last 18 months of which he was auditor and reviewer assigned to the Detroit regional office of the contract audit section. Since separation from active duty in March. 1946, he has been a senior accountant on the staff of M. G. Furman, certified public accountant, Miami Beach. Red Cross to Train Ambulance Drivers Here A course in first aid for all Mi I ami ambulance operators will be' %  gin Monday, Aug. 11. at th< Miami Police academy, I the old John Sewell estate, 1300 N. W. 10th ave. The class will meel a.m. to 12 noon Mondays, nesdays and Fridays and will be conducted by Larry Tan:.' has charge of physical tra for the Miami Police di | Tanner is an authorized A can Red Cross first aid and recently returned fi day Red Cross training schi Chipley. Ga. The police department is making its facilities available • i able ambulance operators to ply with the police requi they be trained ip Red first aid. Carl Weinkle, president of the Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami Beach, One Lincoln rd., announces the appointment of Randy Polansky as acting executive director of the "Y." Polansky is also serving as director of the "Y" Home Camp, and as general activities director of ihe"Y." Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-99S1 NOW delivering America's nut sensational premium gift. Belm it or not, A RADIO IN A BOTTLE, 110 volt, AC or DC, 4 tubes. Try i sample today. 132 9',. 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IY, AUGUST 8, 1947 *kisli ftoriffiry Sunday Joon to 1:00 P.M. sh Classical Hour *•#•?/ Sunday [ariety of Stars in Latest Recordings Available SICAL-UTURGICAL FOLK MUSIC REST IN SMOKED ITS OF ALL KINDS 1PD lorida National isher Provision Company Phone 3-4225 N. W. 5th Street HAMI, FLORIDA Mr the Supervision of 1 Joseph E. Rackoveky l Motei Meschetoff %  bbi Murray Qreuer TS AND POULTRY plesale and Retail University Honors RoHvnwaUl Acclaimed as "humanitarian and man of affairs," Lessing J. Rosenwald (left) of Jenkintown, Pa., philanthropist and president of the American Council for Judaism, was awarded honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters for his devotion to culture and to the cause of human welfare, by Dr. George W. McClelland, president of the University of Pennsylvania, at recent commencement exercises. BB Young People Will Hold Dance On Beach Aug. 16 A "get acquainted hop," to be sponsored by the Clara Hirsch Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women in conjunction with the B'nai B'rith Young Men of Miami Beach, will be held on Saturday, Aug. 16, at 8:30 p.m., at the Robert Richter hotel, 34th st. and Collins ave. A joint committee, headed by Seymour Brenner and Pat Blau, is making plans for the dance, which will be one of a series of co-sponsored events designed to bring about closer relations between the two young people's groups. Illll \\ Delegates Leave for Parley Miss Irene Jacobs and Miss Paula Lach, of the DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, left Miami on Thursday, July 31, for St. Paul, Minn., where they will represent District 5, B'nai B'rith Young Women, at the national convention of that organization. Miss Jacobs is past president of District 5 and is national youth commissioner. Miss Lach is corresponding secretary of the BBYW district. 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Zone, Germany. Mrs. Stepkin said that her recent announcement of the receipt of lists from the ,New York headquarters of the AJC, totalling over 300,000 names, brought a tremendous response from Miamians who have had no word from relatives in Europe. One man, Mrs. Stepkin said, is believed to be making contact with his DP family through consulting her lists. The three new lists, just received, contain the names of displaced persons at Farm Liebhof, near Dachau; Cham, Bavaria, and Tereta Geretsreid, near Wolfrats, all in Germany. They may be consulted by contacting Mrs. Stepkin at 2101 S. W. 21st St., Miami. COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION and Soda Fountain Repairs PHONE 4-2642 Sundman Refrigeration 3267 N. W. 7th St. Miami Sholem Lodge To Commemorate V-J Day Tuesday Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, will present a V-J Day commemoration program at their meeting Tuesday, Aug. 12, 8 p.m., at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th st., Miami. Norman Corwin's recorded production of "On A Note Of Triumph" will headline the program, and Alvin Schwartz will present a reading of President Roosevelt's last undelivered speech. Irving Gold, Leo Sheiner and Marx Feinberg are in charge of the program. Sam Silver will preside at a brief business session to precede the program. Milton A. Friedman, chairman of the lodge constitution committee, will report on proposed amendments to the constitution, and plans will be drawn for lodge activities for the remainder of 1947. THE Holland House 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-9748 Chef Special DUTCH STEAK SANDWICH 65c DAILY BLUE %  %  PLATE from wM5 Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 to 11 A.M. Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Owned and Operated by HARRY G. WEGERIF Chef of 30 Years Experience iki %  linn % %  mil inn % % %  in inn mill i iilL i i %  ~'iiniinuHMuaHmi:! 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; I i PAGE SIX *jmisl>rkr*B?'L FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 190 De Falla Music Will Be Feature Of Top' Concert Joaquln Nin-Culmell. Cuban conductor, composer, and pianist will direct the University of Miami Concert orchestra in th> sevmth of the Miami Beach "Pop" concerts. Saturday. Aug. 9. at 8:30 p.m., at Flamingo park. Miami Beach. Program for the concert will include Mozart's Symphony No. 25 K. V. 183. in G minor, consisting of Allegro con brio. Andnte, Menuetto. and Allegro; Bizet's L'Arlesienne suite, No. 1. consisting of Prelude. Mmuetto. Adagietto, and Carillon: and Manuel de Falla's "El Amor Brujo," consisting of Introduccion j Escena, En la Cueva, El ecido, Danza del Terror. El Circulo Magico, A Media Noche Danza Ritual del Fuego, Esci m Pantomima, Danza del Juego de Amor, and Final. Nin-Culmell studied with the composer Manuel de Falla at tin Paris conservatory with Paul Dukas, and was graduated from the Schola Cantorum in Paris. He appeared at the university earlier this year in the HispanicAmerican institute in which In Have a lecture-recital on Hispanic-American music. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES No, 110SS9 MABEL STIl.l.MAN SHELDON LEGAL NOTICE %  TMI: ivciitfin' I,\PI: rofNTV. I'll VM'I "' VB. ittOROE Plaintiff, 3HEL.IX IN, I ii fenrtiinl NOTICE TO APPEAR ro: nKoiUiK SIII:I.I>"'.\. ^TTof'lJeveriy Kill. M II, v, lh Ml ..mblhihed .... four wtect iwl' '' ek* In ,1.,,-i. ., a newapaper |i .. -,.,,• i) floi Ida tEATHKU^AN! BJ >•• J. (i, 11,,. MII.TON A. FRIEDMAN, AllI < |..|3 22 .1 \M!' I--i UBLK TO APPEAF IDEP_OI H ^p B E L AR A NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES UNDEP FICTITIOUS NAME poN BACH8. DWITft r Applicant NOTICE UN DL H FICTITIOUS NAME LAW LEGAL NOTICES IN Tin-: OOUjfTT jprviim^! IN AND K)R i,\ ,,,: %  ""> No lr.5( In It.-: MM of MURRAY Mai di rnnnnil. 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A P_ Staid Batata: "'-ma, A W< Foil, and each „r you ... notified ami required to nrL5"*l i-liilinn ami demand* wlil.-h '" cither ..f you, may hav,.,_£'. %  • -M.i.iof MURRAY MILat*" cease*, late of Miami BaaC'i Bon ff j •'"" r Miami n,.„i;Viinty. Florida, t„ th .?.?'>• BLAKTON, County JudaV^.'t! County, and flin„. l;l ,, l ;. ,„"'..* | He*. In the Co un t y ,.,.„ ..„ '" Jl>*. County, Florida, within ey*tJj.iS months from the date .,< ii, n?" 111 firm pg^. III.III. is to contain the t^~i!S.* lleatlon hereof, sal in contain Hi. ;,. the clalmanl and t., I., \ v !" '* presentad as aforesain __" I.,, barred, %  ..in i of SHELDON MARVIN SI" IIAKKY Zl KERNICK, MI. ,•:.,-> for Applicant, R iad, M Bi ai h, r S-1,',-22-29 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ho in mi, I, : th. I-KNTURY CORRUC.ATEI' ,[ N W 17th Street x %  i-lth the i %  IKW IN LEH<>\\ ill Al'.l.l'.s IRDINTZ MILLER .v I'. M lELL, Attorney.i ants, :i. Hth Strei i. 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fewiisltUEIliDiciidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 20—NUMBER 32 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS British Army Spreads Terror Reign ver Palestine Jewish Communities LOCI night JEWISH LEADERS' STATEMENTS SHOW REACTIONS IIXED ON ACTIVITIES OF IRGUNISTS IN HOLY LAND By TED STOIL (Jewish Floridian Stajf Writer) nsc ch for fundamentals in 1 situation is generally and thankless, as well uitless, task. Thus, for with the endeavor on of this writer, during week, to develop a consus of local opining the current situailestine as emphasized ents of the last fortbaching various leaders Jewry, as well as nonunion, we expected to clear-cut reactions to Instead we found statements evoked by ons, were largely dietactical" considerations ganizational policies. ly as possible, reaction estioning leads me to most Jewish leaders eater Miami area innot condemn the acthe Irgun, the Stern of terrorist or underwish activity in prinami Beach Zionist Organization of America: "I have just returned from the national convention of the ZOA, and all leading Zionists of this country are very greatly concerned about the irreparable injury being done the Jewish cause by the undisciplined tactics of the Irgun. "The Jews have never been a brutal people, and we look with abhorrence upon a reign of terror, whether it be British, or whether it be fomented by misguided members of the Yishuv. The Irgun has intimidated the entire Jewish population of Palestine, and the only reason they have not as yet been run into the ground is because the thinking leaders of Palestine Jewry have been averse to creating a situation which the British opportunists might label a state of .civil war. "Financial support, in the U. S., of Irgunist activities, either directly or indirectly through the "'''" Hecht-Bergson groups, is a be is s.gnif 1C ant, however, u ayal Q£ the Yishuv sat from the angry letter jGoodman, published in EThe Mail" column on one person whom we I was willing to make statement expressing Ival of the hanging and pping of the two British and similar actions. eaders, members of the inical fraternity, organicecutives and others, relake any statement at than express their reaemotional sentiments Ibject. fcr, we present the follotations from those who statements available: Roth, prominent Zionric leader: kponsible Zionist leader|es the illegal actions of Sroup of demented Jews in the Irgun and Stern re in America cannot ^ndemn, without realizhese Jews now giving have been so tortured n reaction, losing their ^8, and so goaded by ranny, that they have M>son. lis week "British 'Tomiged the death of two attacking a funeral ^d killing five Jews and others, we saw no decrying this British -yet it was of the same and hate, making sane tieir reason. |would-be heroes of the harming the cause of Maying into the hands of }es in England and the giving Great Britain it wants to continue |its obligations to the public opinion must \ie British tyranny as by the arrest of Jewbecause of the acts ^responsible Jews. Britain, not the Irgun, lessor," Irris, leader of the MiJack Kofoed, Miami Herald columnist: "I have long fought against anti-Semitism, and all forms of repression and discrimination against minorities. So, I am distressed at recent occurrences in Palestine. "Despite declarations from some people, there can be no doubt that such incidents as the hanging of two British sergenats adds to the anti-Semitic flame. It has flared up in England, even among people who had a definite sympathy for the Jewish fight for a homeland. "The Irgun Zvai Leumi may feel it is helping win a war by the tactics it uses against the British but it is creating a bitterness in many nations that can only hurt the Jewish cause in the long run." Harry Boyell, Southeastern regional director of the American Council for Judaism: "Jews all over the world are united by one common bond, their religion. Judaism as a religion abhors violence and killing. All Jews should condemn terrorism and its resultant jeopardy of the creative work already done. This (Continued on Page 4) Jewish Agency Offices Searched In N Y Bomb Scare NEW YORK (JTA)—The Jewish Agency offices here had a bomb scare this week when an anonymous caller told the switchboard operator that a bomb had been planted in the building and would explode within five minutes. A police bomb squad was summoned and combed the four-story building without turning up anything suspicious. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the World Jewish Congress, called on President Truman to transmit to the British government "the deep indignation of all Americans of good will at the deliberate assault of British military and police on the peaceful Jewish inhabitants of Tel Aviv. In a telegram to the President, Dr. Wise urged him to use his influence to the end that the cycle of violence and recrimination be terminated in the Holy Land so thai the peaceful development of the Jewish national homeland could continue. JERUSALEM (JTA)—Swoopinq down at dawn Tuesday Palestine police forces arrested the mayors of Tel Aviv and two other Jewish cities, the entire local council of a settlement and many leading members of the Revisionist movement and outlawed the Revisionist established youth organization Brith Trumpeldor, in what an official communique listed as part of the "security forces campaign against terrorism." Early estimates placed -^the number detained at 200. Tuesday afternoon, a few hours Scores Arrested In English Riots LONDON (JTA)—Twenty arrested Englishmen faced court action in Liverpool, Manchester and Salford, charged with participating in anti-Jewish riots, assaulting Jews on the streets, attacking synagogue buildings and wrecking and looting Jewish shops. The arrests took place during a night of terror against Jews in Liverpool and a half a dozen other cities, carried out under the disguise of "revenge" for the two British sergeants hanged by the Irgun in Palestine. It was estimated that more than 150 attacks took place throughout England, 101 in Liverpool alone. In Liverpool, where the antiJewish excesses reached their peak, attempts were made to renew the rioting. Several of these attempts, aimed at looting Jewish shops, were broken up by the police. Twelve of the hooligans (Continued on Page 4) UNSCOP to Probe German DP Camp On Immigration GENEVA (JTA)—The 10-man sub-committee of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestone will start an eight-day tour of the Jewish DP camps in the American and British zones of Austria and Germany this week. The members of the group will travel by American military plane, visiting Munich, Vienna and Berlin, in that order. They will inspect camps in the vicinity of these cities, as well as the Home camp, formerly the BergenBelsen camp. It was learned that each committee member will be guided in his work by a questionnaire which has already been drawn up. Among the queries listed are: "How did you become & DP?" "Would you like to return to your country of origin?" If the answer is "Yes," the next question is "Why haven't you done so already?" If the reply is "No," the refugee will be asked, "Why not?" Other questions include: "Do you want to immigrate to Palestine?" "Have you any other wishes regarding immigration?" "Had you already applied for immigration to Palestine before the war?" "Would you like to immigrate to another country, if allowed?" John L. Hood of Australia, chairman of the sub-committee, said that he saw two important tasks before the group. The first, he said, is to check on the findings of last year's Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine. The second task will be to learn whether there is still a movement of Jews from the East into the United States zone of Germany, and, if so, what causes this movement and whether it is likely to continue. The U.N. group has not asked any authorities beforehand to attempt a census of the emigration wishes of the DP's. Last year, the Anglo-American committee cabled UNRRA beforehand to have figures and estimates ready. Mr. Hood said his sub-committee would attempt no definite census but would try to do spot checking and to take estimates from the officials in the camps. MiRiTMSH CLAIM PALESTINE MANDATE ENDED AT TiME OF EXPiRATiON OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)—The British government believes that the Palestine Mandate expired with the demise of the League of Nations, its delegate to the security council's membership committee said here. The statement came in connection with debate on the application for membership in the U.N. by Transjordan, which was part of the Palestine Mandate. The British representative, Paul Falla, defended Britain's unilateral proclamation of Transjordan's independence by declaring that with the death of the League of Nations it devolved upon the British government to either declare Transjordan independent or seek a trusteeship. It decided on the former course, he said, after consultation with the U.N. general assembly. Falla made no reference to Palestine proper. Falla spoke after a statement by Soviet Delegate Alexei N. Krasilnikov, who said that the Palestine Mandate had never been terminated, and consequently Transjordan's status as an independent state was invalid. The Soviet spokesman said the regular procedures laid down for termination of a mandate had been violated by Britain's declaration of Transjordan's independence. The general assembly resolution last year welcoming Transjordan's independence was not sufficient to legalize violation of the mandate, he added. He also challenged the validity of the Transjordan treaty with Britain, which allows the latter to maintain troops on Transjordan territory. Krasilnikov added that his opposition did not indicate any change in the friendly Soviet feelings towards the people of Transjordan and the Soviet desire to see them truly independent. after the news of the arrests became known to the country at large, a huge bomb blasted the labor department building in Jerusalem. Three soldiers were reported killed and many casualties are feared. Among the arrested leaders, besides Tel Aviv's Mayor Israel Rokach, were Mayor Oved Ben Ami of Nathanya and head of the town council of Ramath Gan, Abraham Krinitzky, as well as Aizik Remba, editor of the Revisionist organ Hamashkif, Dr. Arieh Altman, president of the Revisionist party, and Dr. Arieh Prosek, head of the Revisionist national labor organization. Also picked up in the dragnet was the entire membership of the municipal council of the Revisionist settlement of Ramat Tiomkin, northeast of Tel Aviv in the Tulkarm district. Dr. Moshe Cohen, a member of the Tel Aviv municipality, was detained, as was Ahron Bader, a member of the Revisionist central committee; Dr. Abraham Weinshal, Revisionist leader in Haifa; Max Kritzman, an attorney who regularly defends arrested extremists, and Dr. Wolfgang von Weisl, prominent Revisionist. Von Weisl was arrested last year together with a number of the Jewish Agency leaders and was held at the Latrun detention camp from which he was released only after a 10-day hunger strike. In announcing the outlawing of Brith Trumpeldor, also known as Beiar, the government communique stales that the "High Commissioner is satisfied that Brith Trumpeldor is a recruiting ground for dissident groups." The order declares that the organisation's property is liable to confiscation. Among the property of the group are several settlements, including Ramath Tiomkin and Tel Zur. and various funds including the Tel Hai fund which has raised considerable monies in Palestine and abroad, especially In South Africa. After a short period of questioning in the local police stations of the towns in which the Jewish leaders were arrested, they were rushed off to the Latrun camp. They are being held in zone "B" of the camp, directly opposite the area in which the Agency leaders were imprisoned last June. The government's action, aimed primarily at the right-wing of the Jewish community, with the exception of the three mayors, coupled with the announcement that the arrests are part of the antiextremist campaign clearly implies a connection between the. two. In this respect, the mass: arrests differ from those of last year when centrist and Laborite Agency leaders were held responsible for the then current unrest and violence. While the arrests were in progress, the government issued a ban on all Jews leaving the country (Continued on page 4) { < H



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AUGUST 8, 1947 *Jenist fk>ridHan PAGE THREE Postpones Hi Session lovember 29 lYORK.—The fourth sesde American Jewish Con| which was postponed be1 an urgent meeting of the Actions committee in [requiring the presence of fading delegates and ofjill be held at the Palmer %  Chicago, Saturday, Nov. [Monday, Dec. 1. Louis 1 chairman of the conferee utive committee, anthis week. Overwhelming majority of |gntes have agreed to postit, Mr. Lipsky stated. The will be preceded by a |to be tendered on Thurs27, by the Chicago Jewkumzations to the presi the organizations affiliIth the conference. The ^m on the session's agenda the proposed formation huanent body to represent (the Jews in the United J The plan for permanency. |will be presented to the Session by Dr. Maurice adrath, has been the sub/idespread discussions and debated at public nearimportant cities through| country prior to the Chieciing. For Aged Guests Movie Outing bill guests of the Miami [Home for the Aged were fnccl recently at a presents the movie "Miracle On |eet" at the Tower theatre, the courtesy of the Wobhain. I old people were transto the theatre by Mrs. litx and Mrs. Morris WeinBO have issued an appeal \c volunteers with autos to Disport guests of the home meatre. A few more cars ied to carry on this weekertaking. Volunteers for lansportation squad are %  to contact Mrs. Norman lat 2-6893. jlMpMI <*S ^QV JP Joseph E. Rackovsky [1520 S. W. 5th St. Phono 2-7439 IN THE MAIL August 5, 1947. Mr. Fred Shochet, Editor, The Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida. Dear Mr. Shochet: I have read your editorial in the Aug. 1 paper titled "Challenge To The Yishuv." If it wasn't for the fact that it was written in your paper, I was inclined to believe that it was written by the Rosenwald-Bronston group, or by OUT friend Jack Kofoed of the English press. I have just returned from atending the national convention iin in. TRIALS Crimes, Trial and Punishment of Civilization's Arch Criminals ENGLISH DIALOGUE RECOMMENDED FOR ADULTS ONLY TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12-13 NUMBER TWO THE SPRING SONG Starring LUDMTLA TZELTKOVSKAYA Russian Music At Its Best! should not be blamed or rebuked, as I feel we must continue to concentrate in fighting the enemies of the Jewish cause at every step and on every front of the world scene. To prove it, consider the struggle of 1776 of the American people when the fighters for liberty were then also called "terrorists," and only later were recognized as true Ameri cans, and the so-called one time "terrorist," George Washington, was acclaimed "The Father of His Country." As far as Christian public opinion is concerned, it is my humble opinion that nothing will ever convince them, judging by the latest statement of the Rev. Clinchy. president of the National Council of Christians and Jews, in his address at London, England, who implied that terrorism in Palestine will increase antiSemitism in America. I wonder very much if the venerable Rev. Clinchy would apply the same theory that any fight for independence by the Irish, Finns. Poles or Lebanese would also create hatred amongst the Americans and turn public opinion against them. It behooves ue not to let threats deter us from pursuing a militant policy to win the freedom lor our people in the Yishuv and the million and a half in the DP camps in Europe; and fight for the birthright to live as a free people, on their own free land ii the Land of Israel, given to them by God, and intended by the Ballour Declaration, endorsed by every President of the United States since Woodrow Wilson, the Congress and Senate of the United States, and approved by the League of Nations. Let us therefore uesolve that unless the British government he United States, and the rest of he world, recognize their duties to the remnants of Israel, that we shall not retreat from any actions already started, and in fact intensify and support our demands until the goal of the cstaljlismmcnt of the Jewish commonwealth in the Land of Israel is a reality. In support of the above policy [ wish to impress the fact that he younger generation of the Jewish people is gradually losing patience with promises and com missions, and will surely follow 'hose leaders and those organiza^ASBESTOS TABLE MATS Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver have returned from a six weeks' honeymoon in New York and Canada and are residing at the Everglades hotel. The couple, who were married here June 21, were entertained at a reception at the Barbizon Plaza hotel while in New York by relatives, including Mr. and Mrs. Irving Widensky, Mr. and Mrs. Max Widensky and family, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Seidenberg, Dr. Sardell, Mr. and Mrs. William Sardell, Mr. and Mrs. William Chipman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Falk, Miss Marilyn Falk, Mr. Shelley Garson, Mrs. Frances Seidenberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernet Richman, and Mrs. Jennie Chipkewitz. Mrs. Silver is the former Edith Seidenberg. • • Mr. and Mrs. Theo Abel and family have left for a visit to New York. Dr. and Mrs. Max Tendrich have just returned from their vacation. Jimmy Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, is spending the summer at Camp Osceola, Hendersonville, N. C. • • Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle departed from Miami this week for an extended stay at Grossinger's, Ferndale, N. Y. • • Col. and Mrs. Sol S. Goldstrom are vacationing at Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Feuer left this week for a tour of the North, during which they will visit their son, who is at camp in Vermont. • • Rabbi Murray A. Alstet, formerly of Congregation Beth Jacob, left here last week after spending some time visiting in Coral Gable.'. • • Edward T. Newman has returned from a three weeks' stay at Saratoga, N. Y. • • Miss Sara Rose Schwartz is attending a wedding of a friend this weekend in Richmond, Va. • • Harold Pont is among the vacationers at Lake Tarleton, N. H. Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle are among vacationers in New York. up* PHONE 111 9L.24829 or 26382, Get Oti the Mleaten Travk TWO BLOCKS from N. W. 27th Ave., at the Corner of N. 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