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

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

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

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I Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 20NUMBER 34
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
UNSCOP Report May Not Meet Sept. 1 Deadline
ional Clubs
,000,000 Fund
Mulling
?-
By BERL CORALNIK
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency Correspondent)
JSALEM (JTA)A $2,000,000 fund to strengthen the de-
of isolated Jewish communities, especially those close to
Brian border, is being considered by Jewish national in-
tituBls.
Kid Remez, chairman of the Jewish National council, called
dissident groups to cease their activities and not hamper
^vish community, if they had "a spark of responsibility
At the same time, he-
the Jewish community
re might be "critical days
cial meeting of the heads
councils of Jewish com-
bs decided to consult with
Hv>. :. National council and
Hj> wish institutions as to
fcim of protest should take
the continued detention
I Jewish mayors arrested
weeks ago in a mass
jp of Jewish leaders. One
ll put before the body, but
ed upon, was for the heads
louncils to resign as a pro-
|l was reported at the meet-
It the possibilities of a
lease of the mayors were
ftokesman for the Jewish
condemned attacks on
In the streets of Tel-Aviv.
[is no justification for such
ch hooliganism will be
out," he told a press
ice.
bofflcial tally of the cas-
Iduring the past week of
Its reveals that 13 Jews
filed and 33 injured, while
abs died and 49 were
fed The casualties result-
uni extremist activities
the British amounted to
and 105 wounded.
a week of Arab-Jewish
fes, report! indicated that
phis in the Jaffa-Tel-Aviv
M ceased. Only one incl-
ined the undeclared truce,
ig the beating of two Jews
<>wd of Arabs. Neither
iously injured. In Petach
a number of Jews pre-
_ a group of Jewish boys
attacking several Arabs.
|i> also beat the boys and
BO scurrying.
per Kaplan, treasurer of the
Agency; Fritz Bernstein,
J its industrial bureau, and
Shapiro, of the immigra-
ivision, left for Zurich,
fland, to attend the forth-
meeting of the Zionist
committee.
N. Y. Industrialist
To Bring D.P.'s
To U. S. for Training
NEW YORK (JTA)-JJetails of
a plan to bring to the United
States thousands of displaced per-
sons from Europe and train them
as industrial workers in Quoddy
Village, Maine, for later immigra-
tion to permanent homes in Latin
American countries, were reveal-
ed at a press conference here this
week by Frank Cohen, New York
Jewish industrialist, who is the
promoter of the plan.
The plan, Mr. Cohen said, pro-
vides for securing temporary U.S.
visas for 25,000 DP families, of
whom 85 per cent will be Jews
and 15 per cent Greeks and
Czechs. It is planned to bring in
5,000 families this year at the rate
of 1,000 per month and later ac-
celerate the rate of immigration
to bring in the remaining 20,000
families by June, 1948. Family
units will consist of husbands,
wives and their children only.
The displaced persons are to be
selected on the basis of their
willingness to settle in Argentina,
Uruguay and Brazil, where they
will obtain permanent residence
and work in local industries un-
der an arrangement reached by
Mr. Cohen with the respective
governments of these countries.
They will enter the United States
for a period of six to nine months,
after which they will leave for
South America.
"The criteria for selection of
DP's shall be their desire and
aptitude, their physical and men-
tal fitness for a vocation in the
South American countries, either
as farmer, dairyman or cattle
raiser, as mechanic, carpenter,
plumber or printer, as nurse,
doctor, pharmacist, as chemical,

llaiiil's Incident* 'Danger Signal9
ON (JTA) The recent
anti-Semitic incidents in
is a "danger signal"
cannot be ignored, Vis-
' -urge Hall, First Lord of
mi ratty, told the House
s during a discussion of
lation in Palestine. He
ized that responsible Jew-
nizations, particularly the
Agency, should take note
signal.
ing for the British cabi-
aid that the Exodus refu-
ow marooned on three
importation vessels at Port
would not be returned
tine, nor would they be
jrted to Cyprus. He blamed
fin Jews with aiding "il-
lnmiigration of Jews to
* and pointed out that if
1 support for such immi-
S.i
gration were withheld in the
United States, the unauthorized
immigration of Jews would be
considerably less than during the
last 18 months.
Viscount Hall charged the Jew-
ish Agency with not supporting
the Palestine administration
wholeheartedly, asserting that if
it brought the full strength of the
Haganah into the battle against
the extremists, the underground
could not exist in Palestine any
longer than it could in Britain,
if the whole country were opposed
to it. At the same time, he re-
jected the suggestion that collec-
tive fines be imposed on the Jew-
ish community for the actions of
the extremists. He predicted that
the report of the United Nations
Special Committee on Palestine
would be available by Sept. 1.
Soviet Union Vetoes
Transjordan Admission |
I To U.N. Council
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)The
Soviet Union vetoed Trans-
jordan' s application for mem-
bership in the United Nations.
The negative vote was cast by
Andrei Gromyko in the seourity
council which must approve
new members before the gen-
eral assembly votes upon them.
In explaining his vote, Gro-
myko declared that he doubted
whether Transjordan was really
independent and that the en-
tire relationship between Brit-
ain and the Arab kingdom was
"unclear" and represented a
unilateral action Britain's part.
The final vote was nine to one,
with Poland abstaining.
Exodus Refugees
Stage 24-Hour
Hunger Strike
PORT DE BOUC, France (JTA)
The 4,400 Exodus refugees im-
prisoned aboard three British
ships in the harbor here started
a 24-hour hunger strike to pro-
test their continued detention
three weeks after the convoy ar-
rived at this Mediterranean port.
Participants even included preg-
nant women and children.
Letters of protest were pre-
sented to the commanders of all
three ships Monday morning.
Later a message was smuggled off
one of the ships, addressed to
French Premier Paul Remadier.
The letter was delivered to the
local authorities for transmis-
sion.
The refugees thanked Rema-
dier for the kindness he had
shown them, but reiterated their
determination not to disembark
except on Palestinian soil. The
message also urged that the
French government demand that
the British fleet leave French
(Continued on Page 4)
Movie Proceeds
To Be Donated
To Cardiac Home
First "heart fund" event of the
Variety Club of Greater Miami,
the world premiere showing of the
musical comedy "Variety Girl,"
starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope
and 40 Paramount stars, will be
offered Wednesday at 8:45 p.m.
at the Beach theater. An in-per-
son stage show, picked from the
night clubs and the Olympia
theater, will be added to the film.
Proceeds of the premiere, to
which admission is by invitation
only, obtainable at all Paramount
theaters in exchange for a con-
tribution to the "heart fund" of
Variety club, will be given to the
National Children's Cardiac home.
"Variety Girl" is the story of
the first foundling adopted by the
Variety Club International, an or-
ganization of showmen, who
comes to Hollywood with aspira-
tions toward a screen career.
Besides Crosby and Hope, the
film stars Gary Cooper, Ray Mil-
land, Alan Ladd, Barbara Stan-
wyck, Paulette Goddard, Dorothy
Lamour, Sonny Tufts, Joan Caul-
field, William Holden and Liza-
beth Scott. Story leads are han-
(Conttnued on Page 4)
Report Says Discussions
To Continue for 3 Weeks
GENEVA (JTA)Although the United Nations Special Com-
mittee on Palestine is now meeting thrice daily, it was indicated
here that it may not finish its deliberations and frame its report
by Sept. 1, the original deadline.
In some quarters it was stated that the discussions may
stretch into the first fortnight of next month. (The U.N. general
assembly, at which the report on Palestine is to be discussed,
-------------------------------------------------,5,1s scheduled to convene Sept. 16.)
22 Buchenwald
Guards Will Die
DACHAU, Germany (JTA)
\n eight-man American military
tribunal sentenced to death 22 of
11 Nazi guards, officials and
doctors at the Buchenwald ex-
termination camp. The remain-
ing nine defendants received
terms ranging from 10 years to
life imprisonment. All were con-
victed of charges of torture and
murder of thousands, including
many Jews.
Five of the nine whose lives
were spared received life terms,
including Use Koch, widow of a
former commandant of the camp;
Prince Josias zu Waldeck, former
Gestapo general and chief judge
at the camp, and Dr. Edwin
Katzenellenbogen, former Ameri-
can citizen, who is reported to be
a Jew. The remaining four con-
victed criminals received 10-20
year sentences.
Katzenellenbogen requested the
death sentence Tuesday when the
31 were found guilty. Among the
doomed men was Hans Eisele, a
Gestapo lieutenant, who was sen-
tenced to die at a previous trial
for crimes at the Dachau concen-
tration camp but was later saved
when his sentence was commuted
to life imprisonment. Over 400
spectators were present in the
court during sentencing. All the
defendants were moved to the
Landsberg prison.
This week's sentencing marked
the end of the fourth of the five
mass trials of concentration camp
personnel by the American mili-
tary courts. Only the trial of
guards and officers at the Nord-
hausen camp, which opened here
last week, remains to be com-
pleted. The trials of personnel
'it the Buchenwald, Dachau,
Mathausen and Flossenberg camps
resulted in 173 convictions and
134 death sentences. To date the
Dachau war crimes court has tried
1,323 Nazi war criminals with a
record of 1,112 convictions.
D.P. Confesses
Mining of Train
VIENNA (JTA) American
military police in Austria be-
lieve that they have uncovered
Irgunist activities in Austria fol-
lowing the confession of a Polish
Jewish DP that he acted as "look-
out" man for four other Jews who
are alleged to have planted a
land mine which blew up a Brit-
ish troop train in the Austrian
Alps last week.
The arrested man, Heinoch
Gossior, a camp policeman at a
DP center at Bad Gastein, near
Salzburg, was picked up several
hours before the explosion for
travelling on a train some 50
miles from his home camp with-
out a pass. He named three of
the four other Jews involved in
the incident and the military po-
(Continued on Page 5)
will be forthcoming, one by a
majority of eight or nine mem-
bers, the other by a minority of
three or four. At present no clear
picture of UNSCOP's future
course can be charted.
The economic status of Pales-
tine is now giving deep concern
to the committee, in formulating
its recommendations for the gen-
eral assembly. UNSCOP is ap-
proaching the problem from two
directions, it was learned. Firstly,
if Palestine is to be one economic
unit, how much political partition
between Jews and Arabs should
be envisaged? Secondly, assum-
ing that Palestine is to be parti-
tioned, how much economic unity
can be achieved?
The first named economic sug-
gestion for Palestine, as it is be-
ginning to shape up in UNSCOP
thinking, might lead to a federa-
tion of two possible political
states. The second plan could be
followed by one of two alterna-
tives: contractual relations be-
tween the two possible states or
the establishment of two interim
independent states under the au-
thority of a third body set up by
the U.N. for the interim period.
One question which arises is, if
Britain should be designated as
the U.N. supervisor for the in-
terim, would the Jews and Arabs
agree?
In case Britain should not be
recommended specifically as a
trustee power, but simply U.N.
trusteeship is put forward, it is
considered possible that Russia
might contrive to enter the pic-
ture as part of a third body ulti-
mately chosen to carry out the
interim supervision.
The delegates favoring partition
point out that whatever solution
is reached, the Jews must be
given more territory than they
now occupy. This would obvious-
ly be most unacceptable to the
Arab leaders. Therefore, it must
be recognized that whatever de-
cision is reached, whether the
Jews accept or not, the Arabs are
fairly sure to disagree with
UNSCOP. Hence the recom-
mendation may have to be im-
posed on the Arabs.
This brings up the issue of a
third body under the U.N. super-
vising Palestine. How can it do
so without the use of troops and
(Continued on Page 4)
German Group
Asks Outlawing
Of Anti-Semitism
MUNICH (JTA)Representa-
tives of the Jewish Central com-
mittee of Germany submitted to
Gen. Lucius D. Clay, American
military commander in Germany,
a four-point proposal for improv
ing the lot of the DP's and elimi-
nating anti-Semitism in the U.S.
zone. This was the first meeting
between General Clay and mem-
bers of the committee.
The Jews suggested that 1)
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PAGE TWO
August 1 Rites Unite
Robert D. Whitmans
A: home at 6:: > W
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pi ad
I ate
I i Miss S 5nj i
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Personally S|M'akin^
s
w velection 3I-G n*ci
School of
iere she
Joseph Bulbin Chooses
Minn. Girl For Fiance
Announcement was made this
week of the engagement of Miss
.it Feme Freed, daughter
" Mr and Mrs. Samuel M 1
.,;>, l:s. Minn., to Joseph
n son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
n< 515 S. W. 22nd rd. Kin
. ;s the niece of Mrs. Harry
. ;.. of Miami.
The bride-elect attended the
my of Dramatic Arts. New
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Miss / '' E
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irs to rei
and the University of Min-
Mr Bulbin was gradu-
: '.;;ami Senior High
. After serving in the Navy
three years, he received his
,;. u an ensign. At the
. :. time he is attending the
I Florida.
late has been set for the
A card parry will be held
-.-. > club of the Workmen's
-.rcie. branch 692, cr. Sunday.
Aug. 24. at 8 p.m.. a: :he Work-
men's Circle Lyceum. 25 Wash-
ington ave. Admission tor the
affair will be SO cents. Mrs.
Leon Elkin is chairman for the
evening.
Mi
Glassei ... gg _
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tomorrow
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v
theu Coral Sables he
-at~~both theatres.
naamiiffisssn
Sandra Bernstein to Wed
Don Swerdlin Sunday
; Miss Sandi .i Bern-
I U.jnald R. Swerdlin will
Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
hotel. Miss
is the daughter of Mr.
M Harry Bernstein of
his, Tenn Mr. Swerdlin is
I V. and Mrs. Jack
n .' ."' u and f >i merly
.:;ipa.
..-. ./.tended the
of Miami where she
member of Alpha Epsilon
' I Bei nstein w, tert lined
day with a luncheon at the
tel by Mrs Sanford
rdlin sister-in-law of the
ire bridegroom. She wu
ted by Mrs. Jack Swerdlin.
Sam Glick. moth.
Sanford Swerdlin, entertained for
Miss Bernstein at a luncheon at
.' rsailles hotel Tuesday. The
elect was also feted with
a luncheon given by Mr. L S.
cousin of Mr. Swerdlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe the birth of a daiiM^
Martha, on AuTftfc
Frances hospital. >k
grandparents are Mr I
Harry Goodman
Robin, daughter of Mr.'^
>. M. Schctier, 821 S W,
ave.. was born Aug. l'o-u
n Memorial haspi,/J
birthday of her qject?
mother. Mrs. Mary Sil,L
Her paternal grandpj
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sci.
... Mr. and Mrs. |q3
ney. 1350 S. W. SfJ;
nounce the birth of a daui
Barbara Lynn, at Jacbjl
morial hospital on Auq ]
Grandparents are Mr. and)
S. I. Spector and Mrs. L Scm
mk Herbert Jeffrey nJ
Mr. and Mrs Murray
653 West ave., Miami Beoa,
rived July 12 ... Mr. and)
Simon Schemansky, 6844h
ding ave., Miami Beach.,
nounce the arrival of mU
ter, Frances Allyn, on 3
. Jay El.e son of Mr.i
Mrs. Maurue Rosenberg |
S. W. 12th st. was born]''
Seymour Cohen To Wj
Miss Ruth B. Fagan
Mr. and
V>. annuiactt
engag< menl
Ruth Bai
Cohen ^ndMn:
uel A I' '.'.ami.
Mi a F a graduate!
Roosevelt H h nil and an
ed Wilson T i .illege.lj
in Wa.sh.ii-- She is a me
of Sit;- Delta son
and Fran -..>nger,
Vice >'..
BBYW I recent!? i
elected pn I District I
B'nai B'ril i ing Women.:
cently hi rial BBTWi
vention.
Mr. Cohi .iduateofl
Ij'njvi *:thir
degrei A; Flonilj
was the Hillel to
tion. F I three yealj
been rnta!l
for the N ..-ntinW
ingtcn. He I member
Raym m I 10B'na:r
Young M< n and was re
elected nati .-.dent oil
BBYNi
Miss F her l*j
are now Mr
1864 S V>
No dati een set I
wedding.
'EWISH NEW YEAR CARDS
PLAIN
Seminole Paper & Printing
419 N. Miami Avenue
The story of Joe
Howard. Americas
romantic trcaba.
dour!
The Sor.gs He Wrote
The Loves He Knew.
"I WONDER
WHO'S KISSING
HER NOW
JUNE HAVER
MARK STEVENS
Martha
STEWART
TO
SEND MONEY
ABROAD
BY AIR MAIL OR CABLE
Call. Wrile or Telephone
American Express
f *""*'" K 330 E. Flagler St., Miami
Telephone 3-3178
/
^ / r-^L-%' I: h 'si sx *~
"Get'em while it's hot, folks?
Now', the time to prepare for solid comfort**"
it's cold next winter. This free book on mode
oil heating furnishes all the uiiweri to j^
home heating problem. See your dealer or
at our office todav.


K, AUGUST 22, 1947
+Je*isti IhiSdnan
PAGE THREE
> From <'luhs
cent innovation in the ad-
lativc set-up of the Blood
nf Dade County is its or-
Jion into a regular banking
Blood is donated by
[ cleposits under the donor's
By writing a check for
ood, the person may secure
Idi.iwal.
:>hn Elliott, director of thr
[Bank, has made an appeal
(organizations to send sev-
Oiinrs to the bank to "open
fts." These will not actu-
be contributions, but dc-
whlch may be released by
nfi a check."
Elliott expressed great con-
pat the growing need for
plasma in the city and
[all groups to seriously con-
P'npcning accounts."
[g Canners At Home
Honeymoon
ling returned from their
|ni"on, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
\r are now at home on Mi
leach. The bride is the for-
Irlene Bernstein, daughter
I. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein,
IN. Alton rd. The bride-
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
fl Canner of Jamaica, Long
|, -V Y.
marriage ceremony took
(June 15 in the Jewish Corn-
Center, New York. Mrs.
lr Seidcs, sister of the bride,
as matron of honor. Nor-
Eanner was best man for his
IT, and ushers included Ar-
Seides, Melvin Bernstein,
f Goodman, Marshall Sim-
Martin Grossman, Dr. Phil
nan. Arnold Gurin and
Lighter.
Canner attended Eastern
fcchool in New York and the
Jrsity of Miami. Mr. Canner,
lumnus of New York uni-
ty, served for three and one-
fears with the armed forces
fcas. He is now connected
phe Nassau and Beach Plaza
Richardsona to Celebrate
Silver Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Rich-
ndson will celebrate their 25th
.vedding anniversary Aug. 27 with
I dinner party at the Robert
Uchter hotel, Miami Beach,
lucsts will include Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Low, Dr. Solas J. Low, Mr,
nd Mrs. Jack Low, Mr. and Mrs.
tortotl Low, Miss Caroline Low.
i. and Mrs. Herman Popkin,
.-. and Mrs. Milton Spool, Mr.
nd Mrs. Ben Giller and their
hildrcn, Paul, Marshall and Car-
dine, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
leiman and son, Gene.
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, their
son Stanley, and Mrs. Richard-
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Low, recently returned from an
mniversary trip to Carlsbad Cav-
ils. N. M., New Orleans, the
Grand Canyon, Yellowstone Na-
ional Park and Chicago.
At present the Richardsons are
ngaged in the furniture busi-
ness, having moved here from
Jacksonville 10 years ago.
They have two sons, Melvin
ind Stanley.
pxl meeting of the Clara
Ch Landau chapter, B'nai
Young Women, will be
at the home of Mrs. Bebe
I. 739 Uth st., Miami Beach,
(p.m. Monday, Aug. 25. All
libers and their friends are
led. Miss Ruth Fagan.
idem of the Fifth District
p B'rith Youth organization,
attend the meeting.
U. of M. Student To Be
Wed In Mt. Vernon
Announcement of the engage-
ment of a former University of
Miami student, Miss Toby Stein,
Mt. Vernon, N. Y., to Marty
Grossman, of Philadelphia, has
been made this week. The wed-
ding will take place in Mt. Ver-
non on Sept. 7.
Miss Stein is the daughter of
Irs. Jack B, Stem. Mt. Vernon.
The bride-elect also attended
New York university. Mr. Gross-
nan served for six years in the
Army, two in the Southwest Pa-
cific and was discharged as an
lrdinance department captain. He
s now engaged in the refrigera-
ion business here.
Beach Lawyers
Study Ordinance
Case for Appeal
Miami Beach's much discussed
anti-bias ordinance is receiving
the careful attention of the Mi-
ami Beach legal fraternity. Fol-
lowing a meeting of the ADL
legislative committee held Mon-
day at the office of Chairman
jack A. Abbott, it was decided
that an appeal from the recent
decision of Circuit Judge Stanley
Milledge would be held in abey-
ance until after the committee
would receive a legal opinion
following briefing of the law.
"I am pleased to announce that
Louis F. Snetman. associated with
the firm of Bernstein and Hods-
don, has been retained to con-
duct the legal research into the
legality of the ordinance which is
the first legal measure of its type
in this country." Abbott stated.
City attorney Ben Shepard will
delay his appearance before the
city council in order to obtain
their approval to proceed with an
appeal until Wednesday, Sept. 3,
at which time it is anticipated
Attorney Snetman's findings and
recommendations will be avail-
able.
Committee in charge for the
sale of tickets for the High
Holy Days at Beth Tfllah, 935
Euclid aye., Miami Beach, will
be at the synaqoouq daiW from
7 to 11 a.m. and from 3 to
p.m.. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky announced this week.
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THE
Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation
announces with pride the
arrival of the distinguished British cantor
REVEREND
Abraham Storm an
Who will officiate for us for Slichos and
he High Holy Havw
HE WILL BROADCAST THIS SUNDAY
OVER STATION WIOD FROM 11:30 TO
11:45 A. M.
TISE EH!
Seating Committee In Attendance Daily
8 to 10 A,M. 7 to 9 P.M.
.1 iiiiior II.iiI.isn.iIi
IJi'erfs rii.iiriiM-n
Members of Junior Hadassah
are now in the midst of preparing
for the coming Southeastern Reg-
ional convention of Masada, their
brother organization, which will
be held Labor Day week-end ?.
the Raleigh hotel, Miami Beach.
Members of Junior Hadassan will
be the receptionists.
At a recent board meeting chair-
men and committees were ap-
pointed to prepare the entertain-
ment Cor Sunday evening. Bev-
erly Raphael and Carolyn Shultz
are co-chairmen of the program
committee. Others are Sonia Zias,
choral; Ros Worth and Bobbie
Yeman, correspondence: Florence
Hildebrandt. refreshments; Trudi
Lach, publicity.
Assisting them will be Marion
Cohen. Celia Dobrin, Jackie
Drosd. Evelyn Herstein. Paula
Lach, Henrietta Osborne, Shirley
Pardo, Naomi Segal and Dorothy
Sussman.
Zionist Youth Director
To Arrive Next Week
Herman Popkin, director of
the Southern Zionist Youth com-
mission, is expected to arrive
early next week in preparation
for the coming third annual con
vention of the Southeastern Ma-
sada region. Mr. Popkin will
meet with various youth groups
and discuss with them the current
Palestine problems.
Other early arrivals expected
for the convention are Milton
Arm. national Masada vice presi-
dent; Alvin P. Rubin, regional
president, and Israel Katz, reg-
ional vice president.
Operation of the $3,000,000
New Surf hotel on the ocean at
891h si., Surfside, has been
taken over by a Cleveland
group, wilh Charles C. Gold
berg acting as managing di-
rector.
Goldberg has been an owner
and operator of a number of
hotels, restaurants and night
spots in Cleveland.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Attorney E. Max Goldstein,
Miami Beach, was recently se-
lected from the Miami Beach
area by Governor Millard Cald-
well to the 19-man rent advis-
ory board for the Greater Mi-
ami area.
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
1420 Congress Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 3-3658
pASBESTOS^<
TABLE MATS

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OCTOBER 1, 1947
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NORMANDY ISLE PHONE 6-1011
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GREATER MIAMI
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* A comprehensive and exemplary English education
* An intensive and progressive Hebrew program
* Music and the Manual and Expressional Arts
* Conformity to highest standards of Boards of Education
* Expert and licensed faculty
* Modern and complete facilities
* Hot nutritious luncheons and refreshments daily
* Transportation to and from school
REGISTRATION FOR ELEMENTARY CLASSES IB. 2B. 3B, 4B and 5B
KINDERGARTEN CLASSES FOR CHILDREN. AGES 4 to 5U
School Year Commences September 8th
Give Your Boy or Girl An Intelligently and Interestingly Integrated
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Visit the Academy or Call 5-4361 .
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FRIDAY.
AUGUST]
Editorial
Discussions To Continue
from Pa9c 1
A Report to the People
We have received numerous inquiries the pastlie
as to the progress being made by Mt.
questions include a desire to know
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
(Copyright. 1M. Svn Arts Feature Syndieiti)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
The

I'nforget table Shame
JtbJS^SSSiS^ The embassy of the Federal People's Republic
pledged to date; haw much cash has been couec Washington has just issued a slender pap,!
been chosen? Is there any foundatio: "^ ^ undef ,he Me .It tells the story of the 80.000 lews in Yugoslavia^,
60.000 were killed, the great majority in Croatia ... M
" slavian government officially charges that these
' atrocities were "committed with the full knowledae 2

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N^ifus'hospitaT will become Mt. Sinai: win
clanned-in short, the public wants a report h
of Mt. Sinai on the progress that has been made.
This desire on the part of our residents to seek
tion is indicative of a healthy condition Though
a certain measure by the need for addition
hospital facrhties. this interest in so noble a
endeavor certifies a willingness to see
speedy conclusion.
The trustees have met numerous times the*
we are told. A tremendous responsib-
le necessary decisions that will make Mt. Sin
of our great and important landmarks. In the SU(
paign last year construction was promised foi 60
delayed several times. Numerous sites were ;
and other plans ready for action
* ^trustees also have a reapon.il
contributors who made last years drive a success anc.
hospital a possibility of the immediate future. These
workers and contributors -will be again cc'.'.ed on t<
the task they started. Let us keep theii
Trustees of Mt. Sinaihow about
'ledge and,
support of one part of the Roman hierarchy in CroatST
bishop Stepinac was the responsible head of that m
. The elaborately documented book quotes exceri
, Step.nac's official newspaper approving Hitler', J*
against the lews and inciting the Croatians to extermiaJ
lews in their land These are facts, and should maiecg
American gentlemen of the Jewish faith shudder .77B
'' to the gentlemen who appealed to the United Nations in J
of Stepinac.
W.-iHh Stockholm
The intensified anti-Semitic campaigns in Argentina, 1
South Africa, not to speak of England, lead experts to ]
These decisions i ve to .
-
I'nssing Laws
Passing legislation and making laws
problem wherever attempted. Federal, Btate
governments are continuously embroiled in leg
ing the constitutionality of one act or enc-
process of law and rightfully so. It protects all
The anti-discriminatory law recently passed :
Miami Beach is now in the process of being tests
The first piece of legislation of its specs::.- nature tc
by any city for the express purpose of doing
spreading signs, the ordinance received a
court action.
Legal minds in the community ar<
tion to this court fight. Everyone know
With that knowledqe and with the ex-
lathers of Miami Beach, it can be but a matt<
and procedure that will see the anti-d
approved.
Refugees Stage Strike
\ge 1)
.ind that the
eturncd I I

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Everyone kne

that a group of Nazis has escaped to Sweden and esl_
an international anti-Semitic bureau in Stockholm...
Swedish headquarters of Julius Streicher's archives i
'" Semitic literature The anti-Jewish material mailed,
. Stockholm includes reproductions printed from the late!
.- cher's original book plates ... The Swedish parlianel
!V:;'; cently debated this subject and requested thV min*l
justice to investigate But in the meanwhile Cana' '
land and the United States are being flooded with
material being shipped from Sweden in huge quantities.
Disgraceful

Drew Pearson, the Washington columnist who knoni,
tells us that the KKK is out for expansion ... Dr.
Green is now supreme head of the entire Elan .. AI
membership drive was just concluded Awards la 1
ing in the largest number of new members went to i
Atlanta policemen, police officers and detectives.,
other words, those who are entrusted with upholding this
of our democracy are foremost in the ranks of the
of these laws.

under
i I Ji live
ed
f I
.ected Works of Cassms Jackson Keyser The to
Too few realize the importance ol the Do Mathematics as a Culture C
Bank. As with other worthwhile causes every means of
Miscellany
Scripta Mathematica. the mathematical quarterly pal
The Blood Bank
Till
Jn. has just appeared Prof. Keyser is editor of the projedl
n Ludwig Lewisohn's son, James, was Bar Mitzvah recerifj
; James is a brilliant Hebrew student, and mcy some dm!
B it- late his father's books into Hebrew One of the oldest!
Jewish publications in America is for salebut the
_ ., ; wants too much money The Irgun is flooding the(
Mnvio Pr^^A,. i u with auect-by-mail propaganda from Palestine The'
Movie Proceeds for Home fine censor does not seem to mind David Benst*
IM
tising and promotion must be resorted to in
sufficient to keep the bank in existence-
organizations and individuals devoted effort
donations. Today, even the stalwarts are lagging.
Fortunately, the great majority oi people have i
call upon the bank for blood plasma. Ask those
of emergency have received aid and you
we are sure will be impressive. The success emissary to Europe, is the son of Herman Bernstein, the
depends upon volunteer donations of blood, and the Blood Ban foreign correspondent and U. S. Minister to Albania .
of Dade County is appealing to you to mak< day we'll tell the tragic story of Herman, who was a
that the Blood Bank can continue ;ts lifesav pr< character but didn't like to say "yes" to wealth .,
___________________ ::u'lud'' Springer, nephew of the late Reuben Brainin. is M|
novel for publication Advance readers think it's I
The Anglo-Jewish Press

A tribute to the Anqlo-Jewish press was re:
Henry W. Levy, one of the leading public relations .
Jewish organizational field, in two addresses delii
National Conference of Jewish Social Workers in Baltimore, and
edian
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and
m-
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event,

add to the
1927
E.
mittee, the National Council of Jewish Women, the I
American Hebrew Congregations and the Palestine Med:cal
School campaign, said in substance that the English-Je?
press performs "a valuable service" to Jewish organizational
life in setting before the great mass of American Jews the dav-
to-day story of events of Jewish interest throuqhout the world
Pointing out that the Anglo-Jewish press is not given enough
credit for the ,ob it does, Mr. Levy, in addressina the sodal
workers, said: The English-Jewish press has a circulation o
over a quarter of a million-at least a quarter of the Jewish
?J" An??-hos which are consciously Jewish enouah
to read a Jewish paper." Admitting that all of trrn En
Jewish newspapers are not the finest examples of American
journalism, that "they have weaknesses and even sin Mr
Levy blamed the Jewish community even more than the auihv ;
editors and publishers for those lapses. He said: ''I can on v '
say thcrt the Jew,sh community-like all communities gets S
press H supports and deserves. Surely, the local English-Jewsh
paper is a actor ,n community organization as well as aqencv
public relations. It should be sympathetically supportedand
*J( "'J f *??* *? Uvy Mid we can only say "amen All
too few Jewrsh leaders, organizations and public relaSns i
EUX8.57W*
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PAGE FIVE

iw Life in United State* ttegins For
Polish-Jewish Survfoor
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years ago in Detroit, Abraham Bednash pledged to his
ting wife that he would marry her sister, then in Poland.
ps pledge was fulfilled recently in Paris where Mr. Bednash,
iter. and Leonie Silberburg, right, who had lived through
years of Nazi terror and war, were married. Jacgues
Jlstein, left, of the Joint Distribution committee's emigration
^vice. which arranged the wedding, congratulates the cou-
Mr. Bednash went to Paris after Leonie had written him
she had survived. The DC is now arranging passage
Leonie en route to the United States, where she will join
husband and his two children and start a new life. Funds
the JDC's relief, resettlement and reconstruction activities
provided by contributions to the $170,000,000 Unitetd Jew-
Appeal.
fllywood Auxiliary-
Start New Season
lore will be an executive
rd meeting of the Ladies'
Jili.iry of the Hollywood Jew-
Community center Monday.
25. at 8 p.m. at the home
Irs. L. J. Golden, president,
Monroe st.
Ill officers and committee
Prmon are urged to attend so
plans may be made for the
regular meeting of the 1947-
(scason. which will be held
sd.iy, Sept. 2 at 8 p.m., at the
ler.
Irs. Isadore Orgerl, chairman
[the fund-raising committee,
[announced that her committee
been working throughout the
ner on plans for a bazaar,
ch is to be held sometime in
uary.
Tau Epsilon Phi To Give
Stag Bowling Party
Tau Epsilon Phi, national col-
lege social fraternity, will give a
stag bowling party on the up-
stairs lanes of Recreation Bowling
alleys, 301 S. Miami ave., at 8:30
Sunday night. Aug. 24.
This rushing affair will give
recent high school graduates a
chance to meet the brothers from
the universities in TEP's south-
ern district, including Auburn.
Florida, Emory, Miami, Florida
Southern. Georgia and Georgia
Tech. Refreshments will be
served.
W OM* ^ Y0f
... CONTROL and
"Vw proowno
~ 0-4848
Phone 3-*
449v/.*W"st-
We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
WEAVER PIANOS
MARKLEY'S
2900 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5951
COMPLETE PIST CONTROL
NURSERY
PLANTS
SHRUBS
POTTED FERNS
FLOWERS
Joseph Melnick
1252 N. W. 33rd Street
Phone 3-9801
Agreement Seems
Quite Unlikely
MUNICH (JTA) American
representatives to the four-power
commission on property restitu-
tion in Germany which is now
meeting in Berlin have abandoned
hope of reaching an agreement
and have asked the State depart-
ment for further instructions, it
was learned here. It was also
reported that the State depart-
ment is expected to meet with
representatives of Jewish organi-
sations to determine a new course
of action.
There are three possibilities
open: 1) continue the apparently
hopeless quadripartite discussions,
with the possibilities of yielding
on such points as the disposal of
heirless property; 2) attempt to
reach a bi-zonal agreement with
the British, and possibly the
French, too; 3) put into effect the
unilateral plan already reached
in the American zone.
D.P. Confesses Mining
CContinucd from Page 1)
lice believe that the others are
linked to the Irgun. The other
men have not yet been appre-
hended. The British have re-
quested the extradition of Gossior.
As a result of the arrest of the
DP, it was revealed that Ameri-
can and British military police
have been cooperating in the hunt
for extremists in Austrian DP
camps. Following the execution
of several Jews in Palestine re-
cently, a series of posters were
found at the Bad Gastein camp
announcing that the death of the
Jews would be avenged.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your root repaired now, you
win uva on a now roof later
"Satlafactory Work by
Experienced Man"
414 f. W. 22nd Avenue
I'HONE 4-6M0
ALPERcS
GREENBURG
CONTRACTORS. Inc.
"Clearing Lots Our Specialty"
Bulldozer and Drag Lines for
RantGrade A Pulverised
and Processed Muck and
MarlAny Mixture Bitter
Blue Sod
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
CaU 4-0335 or 78-3878
For FREE Estimates
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
Formerly the
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
All Work Guaranteed
New 11.11. Lodge
Being Organized
New Miami B'nai B'rith lodge
will have its organizational meet-
ing on Thursday, Aug. 28, at 8
p.m. at the Miami Y.M.H.A. The
group is being organized under
the direction of E. Albert Pallot.
The formation of this new lodge
is in coordination with the na-
tional B'nai B'rith principle of
multiple lodges, whereby new
lodges are begun when the mem-
bership of existing lodges num-
bers 1,000.
At present the new lodge con-
sists of an embryo group of 40.
All persons interested in becom-
ing members arc urged to attend
the meeting.
German Groups Ask
(Continued from page 1)
anti-Semitism be classified as a
major crime and punished as
such; 2) the Army legalize courts
in the DP camps which are pre-
sided over by inmates; 3) the
Army should establish a modern
sanitarium and hospital for the
use of displaced Jews in the
Munich area; 4) a restitution law
be put into force at the earliest
opportunity in the American zone.
General Clay promised to take
the suggestions under advise-
ment
Shulmcms Announce Birth
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Shulman Mon-
day at the Victoria hospital.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Max Mintzer. Kiddish will be
observed tomorrow at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
after Saturday services.
Sid H. Palmer In Hospital
Sidney H. Palmer underwen I in
operation at the Jackson Memori-
al hospital this week.
good food}, 1hc right kind,
and sunshine" galore
Such vitamin HAVE PLENTV in 5TORE.
Uet Off the
iieaten Track
TWO BLOCKS from N. W.
27th Ave., at the Corner of
N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St.,
YOU'LL FIND
MUSA ISLE
HOME OF THE
SEMINOLE INDIANS
IF IT RAINS YOU WONT
GET WET ALLIGATOR
WRESTLING PIT UNDER
COVER EXHIBITION
EVERY HOUR. EVERY DAY
Drive Out or Take Yacht
Seminole Queen
Pier 6. or City Bus 35
but ju^t to make sure
our Supply \$ okay,
we all take-the "multiple"
called"onea-day"
Therm U vitamin protection
for you, neighbor! When
you supplement the food you
eat each day with One-A-
Day (brand) Multiple Vita-
min Capsules, you get all
the vitamins known to be
necessary in human nutri-
tion. When it is so easy and
inexpensive to take One-A-
Day (brand) Multiple Vita-
min Capsules, can you afford
to be without them? To
assure minimum daily re-
quirements, take just one
capsule each day. u .,
DNE W DAY
MULTIPLE VITAMIN CAPSULES
GLASS
FOR EVERY
PURPOSE
STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS
Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty
l iV (>. Glass and Mirror Works
136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834
MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation
Will Conduct Services at
SHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
Seating Committee in Attendance
SUNDAY 10 A.M. to Noon DAILY 7 PM. to 9 P.M.
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See Us If You Plan To Buy, Build Or
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RESOURCES MORE THAN $18,000,000.00
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FORTY-FIVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE JOSEPH M. UPTON. President

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Cantor Behrman
Arrives Here
The Rev. Abraham Behrman,
Bi ih cantor, arrived in Miami
Monday. While here, he wfll of-
ficiate for Slichos and the High
Holy Days services at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
Originally from Amsterdam, the
Netherlands, he was one of the
first Wagnerian singers in the
Netherlands and Belgium.
He will be introduced to Miami
Jewry over radio station WIOD
on Sunday, Aug. 24, at 11:30 a.m.
He will also be a must on thi
Jewisfl Music hour on statioi
WBAY at 10 a.m. on Aug. 31.
in thi;-''
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LEGAL NOTICES
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.ANCYMA.
VU&RT MAR1
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filed In til.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 22,
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LEGAL NOTICES
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FLORIDA. IN ,||AN:Tp;^|
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NOT.CE"T'o";,in;pE
To: QfaOROE SHELDON*"
care Bev,r.y lini.s/ r" .IfJJj'
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Palm Beach Notes
i; bbi and Mrs. Manuel Green-
stein and family. Temple Beth-bl.
hav returned from several weeks
, With relatives in Ohio.
The Rev. I. Wallack. Charlotte.
N C, has been selected to offici-
ate as cantor at the High Holy
Days services at Temple Beth-El.
Allen L. Zimbroff has received
his bachelor of science degree at
the summer convocation of ue-
Paul university, Chicago. Mr.
Zimbroff was man >d here on
June 8 to Miss Ethel Smith.
Mr and Mrs. S. Mizell are an-
nouncing the birth of a daughter.
Mrs Mizell is the former Rose
Friedman.
Miss Carol Grobman and Morris
Ag. 1 ft were married at the home
0f the bridegroom's parents, Mr.
and Ms. Morris Ageloff. Wilkes-
Barre, Pa. Mrs. Ageloff is the
dau liter of Mr. and Mrs. H
Grobman and is a 1044 gradual.
of Palm Beach High school.
VULTON V FRIEDMAN-,
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Deputy Clerk.
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filed In tho hIkiv,
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Hill |
ruea in tin. .ih.
before AuKiist 2X, IJ41 il*I
Bill of Complaint ill),Vuk"*M
feaned aaalnxt you Let if
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MILTON A. FRIEDMAN**1
Attorney
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,N CHANC^Y1U262
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
Tl, (,SCAR B HIRSHTE1N.
TIT Rounri
N'orfolk, Virginia,
,|.,t in the above-styled
VOI' ARE HEREBY required to be
and appear before th. rirejitl Court
Sa0nBKj
roll 't bs .
">.\TED this 20th day ol August,
'"7 i: B. LBATHERMAN.
A, ,-|..k of the Above Styled ......I
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JAM S HENRY WILLOCK,
all.....v for Plaintiff,
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HAvenue Miami Be**.
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TUT MARCUS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUJ.
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY mm,
tho underKlKii.-'l. .Ittrlna toao
bualnena undei ih* fietitinu,"3L
ARMOR RADIO \SV
VICB, at 220 12th Streel
Florida, Intends t" '"tiism ay.
with the Clers ol the i
I>ado IJounty. i
HORRia BARNOff,
MYERS. II El MAN KAPI '
Attorneya fur Appll
g/l-8-l.r.-22 -L".i
.OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME

with the '"lerk of .
e County, Florida.
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ii \i:i.i:s ORIHN IV.
... Applicants,
x. Tl.'i: IS HEREBY (ilVEN lhal
lerslgned, i ,
CARPET MART, al Hl -tli Street,
Miami Beach. Flu lends loreRlstei
...... "ill. the .....' he i i-
cull Co irl of Dad. i ity, Florida
ALBERT KKENAN,
Sole owner.
12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai
I ,i
DUS n.mil' Of
I,Esi.11: ANN FROCKS, ..I Miami,
,. I nam<
, i-i'l eull 'iil't "I
Dade County. Florida
RUTH SIMONS
IRENE B. MILLER
- 12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
the undersigned, di Irli B to engage In
l,i,sin. -.- under the flotitloui Ol
N VN<-Y WN FASHIONS, !6.i N
W th Street, Intend ti
reglHt.i- said name with the Clerk of
th.. dreull Courl of Dade County,
KIoi
IRVING BIRNBERQ
i.i;. INARI' ''. .I.I.MAN
12-1'..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th;it
the undcrsli eng In
Dusl ii 8 under the i letil lous name ..i
HUB POOD CENTER, al 2869 s. W
27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend
tr> t ter said name with the Clerk
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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AUGUST 22. 1947
+Jen>lsfitk>ridfitH1
PAGE SEVEN
Eroups Form
|r Rent Council
le County Fair Rent council
rganized last week when
innately 200 persons repre-
nine Miami Beach and
organizations met at the
Ian hotel.
loses of the group are to
legislation for "extensions
Strengthening of rent con-
|to better educate the public
existing conditions and
H under law, to establish law
Bev< nl "indiscriminant evic-
Tand to ask council to ap-
k "fair rent committee."
;ed officers of the corn-
are Burnett Roth, tempo-
thai i man, and Harold Poto-
ax Singer, Irving Gold,
Boodman, Victor Emmanuel,
| Rosalee Goldberg, Abe
H Gilbert Balkin, Moman
and Mrs. Revy Balkin.
n Rosenthal
avy Cruise
rinse aboard the destroyer
USS McClelland is Ensign
15 Rosenthal, USNR, son
J. Stolfi, 1437 S. W. Sev
gi Rosenthal is one of a
f 200 naval reservists
the two-week training
which will include a stop
Ai Juan, Puerto Rico. He
Hen assigned to duty as as-
H i nginecring officer. He
Hidcnt at the Georgia School
Hinology.
ph Center Announces
Response to Drive
factory response to the one
d letters of invitation to
lie Miami Beach Jewish
|inity Center sent to pros-
members has been re-
William Feuer, chairman
membership committee,
red this week.
goal of the month-long
rship drive, which began
\. 1, is to raise the mem-
of the Center to one
^d, which would almost
the present membership of
ting Feuer in the drive are
ki. George Talianoff. Jack
iPhilip Salmon, Dr. Benja-
Iman, Oscar Mamber, Mor-
tnark and Ira Walsey.
I. Rosengarten, Furrier.
Dies After Long Illness
Funeral services for Isaac Ros-
engarten, 74, Miami furrier, who
died Sunday after a long illness,,
were conducted Monday at the
Gordon Funeral home, the Rabbis
Wax Shapiro, Simon April, and
Murray Grauer jointly officiat-
ing. He lived at 618 S. W. 11th
ave. with his wife, Miriam.
Originally from Waterbury,
Conn., Mr. Rosengarten came here
22 years ago. He was a member
of the Congregation Beth David,
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, and B'nai B'rith.
He is survived by his wife.
Miriam; four daughters, Mrs. Sam
Traurig, Mrs. Maye Cohen, Mrs.
Max Schwartz and Mrs. H. Bar-
son, all of Miami, and three sons,
Charles, of Waterbury, and Henry
and Theodore, of Miami.
Interment was in Woodlawn
Park cemetery. X
BLOMBERG
Word has been rlvt-d hero of th-'
death of Lewis Blomberg, 80, of
""'". 'I 1 Mi, I,,- |h >.,vi\,-.| b\'
two dauctltera, Mrs. Walter Stern anil
Krtna Klomberir, and three s..ns, Harry,
Nathan and Slgmund, all of Miami
uearh. Mr. Blomberg passed away
last Thursday.
QREENBERQ
Mrs. Minnie QreenberK, B7, a real-
dent of Miami Beach for eight years
vho lived al i:,7r, Waahlnqrton ave.,
died this week In a local hospital.
Shu Is survived by her husband,
\dolph, and three daughters. Mrs.
Ksther Abrams, Mrs. EHaitCe Price, and
Mrs. Josephine l'rlce Kox, all of Mi-
imi Beach. The body win be gent to
Pittsburgh. Pa,, by the Riverside Me-
morial chapel for services and burial.
Berny Fenlas, owner of the Oleve-
lander hotel, died this week at the
na-e of 44. He lived at IMS 13th ter.,
Miami Beaoh, having come here from
Newark, N. J.. three years ago. Sur-
vivors Include his wife, Oracej one
'laughter, Ronnie: a son, .loseph I..:
lls mother, Mrs. Oussle Penlas, and
;wo sisters. Mrs. Ruth (ileicher and
Mrs. Sad ye Shantz, all of Miami
Beach. The body will be sent to New-
ark by the Riverside Memorial chapel
for services and burial.
KLINE
Alfred Kline, 65, 17HS Kspanola dr..
Coral tiables. died on Aug. 16.
ROSENBERG
Mrs. Bsther R of Mrs. Michael Arnold, of Coral bles, died recently In Chicago. She
was known to many Miami and Miami
Reach residents, having been a winter
visitor to this area for many years.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
U. S. TIRES
EMERSON TIRE CO.
00 N.E. Ut Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St.
PH. 3-5308 PH. 48-3442
Palm Beach
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Phone 5191 We-t Palm Beach. Flo.
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Serving Palm Beach County, featuring tb
Nationally PatJMMM Southern Dairies Pr.
ducts and Ice Cream.
AS NEAR TO TOU AS YOUR PHONI
ft
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. Weet Palm Beach
too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
Officers Felted
By III IIIIS Girls
hostesses to the DEBBS chap-
ter, B'nai B'ritH Young Women,
were the Misses Paula and Trudi
Lach at their home at 574 N. E.
94th st., Wednesday evening.
Guest speaker was Miss Ruth
Fagan, president of District 5,
B'nai B'rith Young Women, who
is visiting in Miami from Wash-
ington, D. C. Also honored were
Paula Lach, recently elected na-
tional treasurer of BBYW, and
Miss Irene Jacobs, who have just
returned from St. Paul, Minn.,
where they attended the national
convention of BBYW.
Plans are now being made for
a hayiide and barn dance to bt
ranch, Saturday, Aug. 30, at 8:30
given by the group at Dawson's
p.m.
Balkin Attends Conclave
For Vocational Guidance
Gilbert J. Balkin was the of-
Ticial B'nai B'rith delegate to the
Vocational Guidance conference
sponsored Tuesday by the South-
ern Negro Youth congress.
He gave an address and ex-
hibited charts which demonstrate
to the returning veteran how
military skills may be employed
in obtaining civilian employment.
1'nese charts were made up- by
the Vocational Guidance bureau
of B'nai B'rith. Balkin also re-
ported on the book, "Careers in
Retail Business."
R. W. Apte Elected
To Miami Y Exec. Board
R. W. Apte was elected to the
board of directors of the Miami
Y.M.H.A. at a meeting of the
board Wednesday. He will fill
the vacancy created by Mrs.
Mirian Sager, who lias moved to
Haiti, Puerto Rico.
Mr. Apte is a former president
of the Tampa Y.M.H.A. and is
now vice president of the South-
ern section of the National Jew-
ish Welfare board.
MIAMI BEACH
Getter Class Listings On
Oceanfront Properties, Hotels,
Homes or Investments
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
805 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868
"Trustworthy Service"
V,
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Qualify Sood
Product*
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
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1725 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-6Ml
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Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith,
held a meeting of officers and
trustees Thursday at the home
of Milton A. Friedman, at which
lime plans for the October
dance were discussed and com-
mittees appointed for a six-
week membership drive in the
fall. Reports were heard from
the committee directing the
search for the "Outstanding
Citizen of 1947/
Because of the lack of seat-
ing facilities to take care of
the needs of the large member-
ship for the High Holy Days
services, all former seat hold-
ers and members of the Con-
gregation Beth David are asked
to pick up their tickets immedi-
ately. The High Holy Days
services will be conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches.
LUBAN SCHOOL
ADJOINING FLAMINGO PARK
Boarding and Day Students
Jewish-American Food
All Graduate Teachers and Expert Supervision
REGISTER NOW FOR SCHOOL YEAR
1055 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-5939
AVERY INC.
BUILDING SUPPLIES
CEMENT ROCK LATH CEMENT BLOCKS
MORTAR MIX
Everything in the General Building Line
Phones 9-03989-9985
3800 X. W. S. River Drive
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ON
INSURED
SAVINGS
ACCOUNTS
The Federal Saving! and Loan Insurance Con
poration insures individual account! up to $5,000.
Huiband and wifs may hav. total of $15,000 full*
Insured.
Chan Fodaral saving! account! ara lagal in-
aitmanH for Trujt Fundi, ai well ai Fundi held by
Guardiam, Administrator! and Executor!.
Funds invested on or before the 10th of the
month earn as of the lit of the current month.
Fundi invested afler the lOlh earn a! of the first
of the following monih.
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PAGE EIGHT


leaden of Yishuv it "Hevei
VoldHtein" Presentation
Abram Hoffman. *g
wYre recently named as men,
bers ox an eight-man d*lso
S^d by the city -^^
the S7SO.00O Mum: Beach mu
Scspal auditorium appro^br
freeholder? at a bond eleciio
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
A new school building of th.
Congregation Oher Shalom.
Orlando. Fla.. now being
constructed__________________
LEGAL NOTICE
N0T,CE UNDER.FICTITIOUS NAME
,; 1,1 HBREBT GIVEN that
v.iTli'K IS HKItisni on.......--

ORTHODOX
.jqraphs of the reception recently held
.: auspices of the Jewish National E.....
n connection with the dedication c: H
lement on JNF land in Palestine r.cmec ...
tel Goldstein of New York, national chairm in
estine Appeal and for more than a decca.
:sh National Fund of America.
Upper photo (above) shows J. Weitz, land exp
National Fund, speaking; Mr. Elias H. Epsti
Goldstein is seated at the head of the table, with Dr. A.
tznelson at his right, and Rabbi Meier Berl
srachi, who is acting chairman of the hoc: : -.:
ish National Fund, at Dr. Goldstein's left.
Lower photo shows Dr. Goldstein responc.
is r.ght are Dr. A. Hantke, representing
: Mr. Samuel Ussishkin, son of the late Menahem I
.. a number of leaders of the Yishuv who ;.. ted in the
-monies.
CONGREGATION BETH
JACOB. 301-311 Washington i;
Miami Beach. Rabb. Moses Me,
cheloif; Cantor Louis D. Fed.r.
.
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BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
;.. Shal '".30 p.m.
- Saturd
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... <-d by
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. to 12 no v.- Sal< ol *eata
H Daj :
7 to 9 p.m
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
SOTHffi W HBRBBY GIVEN HM
as
D.d< Oounty,
S am N ABRAM8
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LAW
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name oi
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NOTICE UNDER FICT.TlOUl
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIK
the underalzne.l, (Jealrln, ,,, j%
I.UHtnee; under th- ft <<<' I'm
A i.i,i:m-art COM I \ \y ," "*3
at 3240 N. W. J?tl, A CVnJ. (5*3I
Aviation BuiidiMR. m,Ti1 p5{|
tends to reglnfr nil] naWiH'SI
Clerk ..f th.- Cl ', 2*>|
County, Florida url l*|
TOWARD KNOBB,
HARRY DIET/,. >"llr "*
Attorney for Appl rant
S/1.-.-22-29 I
NOTICE UNOERLFUCT1T(0^
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th underHlsned, deairin. t., ^ *"l
l.uxineHH und.-r th- fl. tit(, **!
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Inc.), at 260 N i: ;sth strJt iiuSI
Ma., tntenda to rrKUt Lit**\
lth th- Clerk of eW?j|
I da county, Florl la I
wh.i.iam p qeomi
MI din >N A. Km i: DMA IF* 0,'
Attorney tor A|
h i&-jt-a i s-ij
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NA
NOTICK IS HEREBY .;1V\,J
th undertilcned, ,."[*! 1
(UNineKM under th.- fi. titluuaiSSS
Bl'HINESH AND I'llOFBtSSj
CREDIT SERVICE ,t
\OTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
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: KV lilVBN that
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Intend to
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"illitv ,
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MKYER l.AMN
NATHAN K SPBCTOR
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restate* Kal.l nan.,
th- i "It .-iiH c |o ..
Rori.la
MAI'RIci: ROSKNBLOOM
t/u-n-M i
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HAULING
None Too Large or Too Small
PROMPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2323 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-4308
High Grade
TAILORED
VENETIAN
HIJMIS
Thomas Venetian blindi in
specially designed for Fiona
us*durable and long luting
All blinds installed and guv
anlaed prompt shipnunl a
out-of-town orders.
Phone ior Estimates
9-7555
(fiomplA and itependalde OHIe &)w%
M
IAMI TITLE
& Qktract Co.
U TIMS Or TITLE SHTICt B DUDE C0UHTT
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
VID, 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
es Friday evening at 6:30
bath sei I 8:30
school d M nday
igh Thursday, 1-12
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER, 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Kabolas Shabbos service. 7
Saturday service, 0 a.m
egation service, 10
s, 8 a.m. and
7 P m. I hool,

JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr.
Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-
tive director.
p m and
lay morning at 10.
Leo
i:isi;xstei\ foflfo*
D. ,.. Will G.vt Prompt Personal AMHltttfl to Ml
"~REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS
12 Yeari of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beich___
TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF
KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO.
Assail rteorlr S2J)00.000.00
41 N. E. FIRST AVE.
TELEPHONE 2-6661
Plastic Artificial Eyes
COSMETIC EYES
MADE TO INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS
COLORED TO MATCH
BY PROFESSIONAL ARTIST
Finished Complete In One Day's Time
Highly Skilled Technicians Fit Eye to Socket, Thus Affording
More Comfort and Better Movement
Swift Changes in Temperature. High Altitudes Nor Body Acids
Have Any Effect Upon the New Unbreakable Plastic Eye
PHONE 9-2228
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
A. F. McGRATH 324 Calumet Bldg.
10 N. E. 3rd Ave. Miami
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM,
4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can.or Sam
uel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8
' Hashanah, Sept ir>.
i- information call Temple of.
fice. Open daily 9 a.m to 5pm
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E.
19th st Miami. Rabbi Colman
A, Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap
Ian, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening at 8 15, regular
sabbath evening services.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
'onduct the servici
TEMPLE EMANUEL, 1801 S
n^e,r? .*- Ft- LauderdaU.
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening service at 8>
o clock.
Nils the Spot'
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Jewisl)fhridinr
PAGE NINE
iter Miami Hebrew Academy To Be
lern, Progressive Jewish School
ur primary purpose in establishing the Greater Miami
n Academy is to give to the children of our community
iully prepared program of intensive Hebrew education in
jsis with a modern and well rounded secular education,"
livid S. Andron, director of the academy, said this week,
bnformity with a progress- ___________
rm of education, the school
>ffer courses in music,
crafts, dancing, manual
fpiessional arts, in addition
;11 integrated program of
rly required studies, Dr.
said.
Inchon explained that the
iy, which is co-educational
kder the expert supervision
Inowledged educators, will
^nly licensed teachers and
conducted in compliance
Ihe highest standards and
tmentfl of the recognized
of education,
bllment at the school began
3. and Dr. Andron stated
lildren from the most prom-
and representative Jewish
\s in the community have
egistered.
ges of the academy avail-
Sis year are IB, 2B, 3B, 4B
as well as kindergarten
for children from 4 to 6
lof age. Hot luncheons, as
is mid-afternoon refresh-
will be served to all the
fcn. Transportation facili-
provided to and from the
sic was a time when no
|>n existed regarding the
Ity for a superior Hebrew
|ion for the Jewish child,"
ndron said. "Some people
|ost sight of this necessity.
are laboring under an il-
that some attenuated and
program of story-hours
lay periods are in reality
education. To a people
anally known as the 'Peo-
the Book,' this is not edu-
the establishment of the
ny. we reaffirm truths that
lly were self-evident; that
lish child can be happier,
adjusted and integrated
ire valuable in his service
American community if
Jitudes and experiences are
and strengthened with a
dynamic and intelligent
education. Many of our
have begun to acknowl-
lese truths. It will not be
before this awareness and
funding wiil become uni-
he continued.
| thiXe-story structure fea-
two-story auditorium and
Phone 3-7856
[IG DEN'S
Hen's Shop
MEN'S
nishinos and Clothing
[* and Waiten Uniforms
[WORK CLOTHES
|7 N. Miami Avenue
Miami. Florida
&NEST IN SMOKED is
PATS OF ALL KINDS ft
1&3
Florida National
tosher Provision
Company
Phone 3-4225
N. W. 5th Street
|MIAMI, FLORIDA
Mtr the Supervlilon of
Khh.M.2,M Metch.loff
>bi Murray Qrauor
ITS AND POULTRY
olesale and Retail
Masada Groups
To Hear Address
By M. Liberman
Arrangements are being com-
pleted by the Greater Miami
Masada chapter on details for the
Southeastern Masada region con-
vention, for which they will act
as hosts during the coming Labor
day week-end. Convention head-
quarters is the Raleigh hotel.
The Robert Richter hotel willl
be the scene of the final banquet
Labor day evening, Sept. 1, when
Carl Alpert, managing editor of
the New Palestine, will be the
guest speaker.
Mayor Marcie Liberman of
Miami Beach will address the
opening session, which will be
held in the dining room of "the
Raleigh hotel, Saturday, Aug. 30,
at 7:45 p.m.
Others participating in the
opening session are Alvin P.
Rubin, Birmingham, Ala., reg-
ional president; S. A. Goodman,
chairman of the local Zionist
Youth commission, and Harold G.
Shapiro, regional vice president
and convention chairman. Saul
Genet, president of the local
Masada chapter and co-chairman
for the convention, will preside
at this session.
Following this initial meeting
there will be a moonlight boat
ride for the delegates and guests
of the convention.
a principal's office with a glass
observation wall, which faces all
the classrooms.
The first floor of the building
houses the reception room and
library, classrooms, principal's of-
fice, kindergarten play-rooms,
clinic and administrative offices.
The second floor is composed
of the auditorium, which seats
over 300, the dining room and
Kitchen facilities. There are large
vestry rooms on the third floor.
A large outdoor playground is
being fenced in for the protection
of the students.
Jewish Quiz Box
QUESTION: What is the
origin of the name "Elul" (the
name of the current Hebrew
month)?
ANSWER: The origin of this
name is not quite definite. Most
authorities agree that the name
of the month, like the names of
most of the other months of the
Jewish calendar, was borrowed
from the Babylonians. In the
early books of the Bible theve are
no proper names for the months
of the year. It is in the later
books that we find some mention
of the proper names. The name
"Elul" is found only in the Book
of Nehemiah (Chap. 6, verse 15).
It is generally believed that the
Babylonians used it as a name of
some god or deity. This may be
the case since we do find a term
such as Elil or Elilim in the Bible
which refers to pagan idols
(Isaiah 10:10). Since the month
of Elul was designated as the
month of repentance when every
man seeks to feel close to his
Creator, the rabbis found an al-
lusion to the name Elul, in the
initial Hebrew letters, to the
phrase in the Song of Songs
(Chap. 6, verse 3). "Ani Ledodee
Vedodee Lee" (I am my beloved's
and my beloved is mine), which
spell out the name "Elul."
* *
QUESTION: Why is it cus-
tomary to chant many Psalms
during the month of Elul?
ANSWER: Of all the books of
the Bible, the Book of Psalms
contains the most penitential and
supplicatory verses. David, there,
is said to have changed many
of them when he was in danger,
or whenever he felt the need of
spiritual fortification. For this
reason the Psalms are changed
on many occasions such as for the
recovery of a sick person, in times
of local and national danger, etc.
The month of Elul, being the
month before the Day of Judg-
ment, was a month in which every
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Milton A. Friedman, Sholem
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Sam Silver, Charles R. Jacob-
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Maurice Dworkin, John Kronen-
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Godfrey K. Newman is chair-
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Isaac Gradman, past president
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secretary, will also participate.
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ALL ING 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
lieved since its establishment in 1941 is, in a large measure,
to the interest and generosity of volunteer donors who have
ltributed so liberally of their blood.
The Jewish People of Dade County, particularly the
kmbership of B'nai B'rith, are to be commended for their ready
aonse and liberal contributions to appeals by the Blood Bank
blood in emergencies.
It is expected, and it happens, that the largest part of
blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and
xtives of the recipient. When the amount of blood trans-
d into a patient is not excessive, replacement is usually
Ide. When, however, a patient receives five, ten. fifty, or
re pints of blood or plasma (one patient received eighty-six
}ts of blood and plasma in two months) complete replacement
inot be expected. It is for such patients that it is necessary
recruit volunteer donors.
During 1940, before the Blood Bank of Dade County was
iblished, about fifty pints of blood were transfused monthly
Ihe Miami area. During 1947, approximately 1,200 pints of
)d will be transfused monthly. This represents more than
unit of blood for each hospital bed in the area. By 1950,
expected that there may be 2,500 hospital beds in Dade
inty. and 2,500 pints of blood will be required to meet the
Id.
YOUR REGULAR VISITS
WILL PREVENT THESE
S 0 S CALLS
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. Sc.D.
Director
Blood Bank of Dade County
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1100 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami
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HDAY. AUGUST 22, 1947 ft nisilb,lll, r PAGE ELEVEN ALL ING 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 lieved since its establishment in 1941 is, in a large measure, to the interest and generosity of volunteer donors who have ltributed so liberally of their blood. The Jewish People of Dade County, particularly the kmbership of B'nai B'rith, are to be commended for their ready aonse and liberal contributions to appeals by the Blood Bank blood in emergencies. It is expected, and it happens, that the largest part of blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and xtives of the recipient. When the amount of blood transd into a patient is not excessive, replacement is usually Ide. When, however, a patient receives five, ten. fifty, or re pints of blood or plasma (one patient received eighty-six }ts of blood and plasma in two months) complete replacement inot be expected. It is for such patients that it is necessary recruit volunteer donors. During 1940, before the Blood Bank of Dade County was iblished, about fifty pints of blood were transfused monthly Ihe Miami area. During 1947, approximately 1,200 pints of )d will be transfused monthly. This represents more than unit of blood for each hospital bed in the area. By 1950, expected that there may be 2,500 hospital beds in Dade inty. and 2,500 pints of blood will be required to meet the Id. YOUR REGULAR VISITS WILL PREVENT THESE S 0 S CALLS 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. Sc.D. Director Blood Bank of Dade County I 1 >? ,4 ; ,:'! { 1750 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-1631 This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors Beach 1st National Bank | Alton Road Miami Beach imi Home Milk Producers Association • W. 7th Ave. Miami I American Home Real Estate ister Arcade Miami RALEIGH HOTEL t Collins Ave. Miami Beach (IDNEY DeWOLF & SON W. 7th Ave. Miami >UTHERN DAIRIES. INC. E27th St. Miami jue Laundry & Cleaners 3th St Miami Beach Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 3190 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach A. F. GIVEN 420 Congress Building Miami Keystone Art Corporation 684 N. W. 7th St. 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 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 MACKLE CO.—Contractors 1690 Alton Road Miami Beach NATIONAL HOTEL 1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 105-09 N. W. 5th St. Miami Unique Water Heater Co. 3626 N. W. 7th St. Miami Atlantic Air-Conditioning Corp. 211 N. E. 97th St. Miami G. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. 1st St. Miami JACK T: SCANLAN Concrete Masonry Contractors 1647 N. W. 7th Court Miami Nellie E. Brennan—Real Estate 404 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami Miami Plumbing Supply Co. 2156 N. W. 27th Ave. Miami RUSS SEIFERTH—Plumbing 543 N. W. 7th St. Miami NEWS TOWER GRILL 600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami THE SAVORY BAKE SHOP 1684 Alton Road Miami Beach 3=



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B9B&Mi£s§§H| BBE KH8B& I I 7 ..^r^x^^.Wfcv^ • %  • FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, | PAGE EIGHT leaden of Yishuv it "Hevei VoldHtein" Presentation Abram Hoffman. £• *g wYre recently named as men, bers ox an eight-man d lso £ S^d by the city -^^ the S7SO.00O Mum: Beach mu Scspal auditorium appro^br freeholder? at a bond eleciio RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY A new school building of th. Congregation Oher Shalom. Orlando. Fla.. now being constructed LEGAL NOTICE N0 T,CE UNDER .FICTITIOUS NAME ,; 1,1 HBREBT GIVEN that v.iTli'K IS HKItisni on •-%  %  ORTHODOX •.jqraphs of the reception recently held .: auspices of the Jewish National E n connection with the dedication c: H lement on JNF land in Palestine r.cmec ... tel Goldstein of New York, national chairm in estine Appeal and for more than a decca. :sh National Fund of America. Upper photo (above) shows J. Weitz, land exp National Fund, speaking; Mr. Elias H. Epsti Goldstein is seated at the head of the table, with Dr. A. tznelson at his right, and Rabbi Meier Berl srachi, who is acting chairman of the hoc: : -.: ish National Fund, at Dr. Goldstein's left. Lower photo shows Dr. Goldstein responc. is r.ght are Dr. A. Hantke, representing : Mr. Samuel Ussishkin, son of the late Menahem I .. a number of leaders of the Yishuv who ;.. ted in the %  -monies. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington i£ ; Miami Beach. Rabb. Moses Me, cheloif; Cantor Louis D. Fed.r. %  \Jd I BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Mil %  • %  : I : fe 1 ; • II n Ji %  %  '. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. ;.. 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Phone 2-4308 High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN HIJMIS Thomas Venetian blindi in specially designed for Fiona us*—durable and long luting All blinds installed and guv anlaed — prompt shipnunl a out-of-town orders. Phone ior Estimates 9-7555 (fiomplA and itependalde OHIe &)w% M IAMI TITLE & Qktract Co. U TIMS Or TITLE SHTICt B DUDE C0UHTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. es Friday evening at 6:30 bath sei I 8:30 school d M nday igh Thursday, 1-12 MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Kabolas Shabbos service. 7 Saturday service, 0 a.m egation service, 10 s, 8 a.m. and 7 P m. I hool, • JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. p m and lay morning at 10. LEO I:ISI;XSTEI\ • foflfo* D ,..„ Will G.vt Prompt Personal AMHltttfl to Ml •• "£~REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS 12 Yeari of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beich TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. Assail rteorlr S2J)00.000.00 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 2-6661 Plastic Artificial Eyes COSMETIC EYES MADE TO INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS COLORED TO MATCH BY PROFESSIONAL ARTIST Finished Complete In One Day's Time Highly Skilled Technicians Fit Eye to Socket, Thus Affording More Comfort and Better Movement Swift Changes in Temperature. High Altitudes Nor Body Acids Have Any Effect Upon the New Unbreakable Plastic Eye PHONE 9-2228 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY A. F. McGRATH 324 Calumet Bldg. 10 N. E. 3rd Ave. — Miami LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can.or Sam uel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8 %  Hashanah, Sept ir>. i%  information call Temple of. fice. Open daily 9 a.m to 5pm REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st„ Miami. Rabbi Colman A, Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap Ian, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening at 8 15, regular sabbath evening services. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will 'onduct the servici TEMPLE EMANUEL, 1801 S £ n ^ e, r? %  *•Ft LauderdaU. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening service at 8> o clock. Nils the Spot' 12-OZ. BOTTLE ••£ AUGUST imo.s n>. C



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I. :. National council and Hj> wish institutions as to fcim of protest should take the continued detention I Jewish mayors arrested weeks ago in a mass jp of Jewish leaders. One ll put before the body, but ed upon, was for the heads louncils to resign as a pro|l was reported at the meetIt the possibilities of a lease of the mayors were ftokesman for the Jewish condemned attacks on In the streets of Tel-Aviv. [is no justification for such ch hooliganism will be out," he told a press %  ice. bofflcial tally of the casIduring the past week of Its reveals that 13 Jews filed and 33 injured, while abs died and 49 were fed The casualties resultuni extremist activities the British amounted to and 105 wounded. a week of Arab-Jewish fes, report! indicated that phis in the Jaffa-Tel-Aviv M ceased. Only one inclined the undeclared truce, ig the beating of two Jews <>wd of Arabs. Neither iously injured. In Petach a number of Jews pre_ a group of Jewish boys %  attacking several Arabs. |i> also beat the boys and BO scurrying. per Kaplan, treasurer of the Agency; Fritz Bernstein, J its industrial bureau, and %  Shapiro, of the immigra%  ivision, left for Zurich, fland, to attend the forthmeeting of the Zionist committee. N. Y. Industrialist To Bring D.P.'s To U. S. for Training NEW YORK (JTA)-JJetails of a plan to bring to the United States thousands of displaced persons from Europe and train them as industrial workers in Quoddy Village, Maine, for later immigration to permanent homes in Latin American countries, were revealed at a press conference here this week by Frank Cohen, New York Jewish industrialist, who is the promoter of the plan. The plan, Mr. Cohen said, provides for securing temporary U.S. visas for 25,000 DP families, of whom 85 per cent will be Jews and 15 per cent Greeks and Czechs. It is planned to bring in 5,000 families this year at the rate of 1,000 per month and later accelerate the rate of immigration to bring in the remaining 20,000 families by June, 1948. Family units will consist of husbands, wives and their children only. The displaced persons are to be selected on the basis of their willingness to settle in Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil, where they will obtain permanent residence and work in local industries under an arrangement reached by Mr. Cohen with the respective governments of these countries. They will enter the United States for a period of six to nine months, after which they will leave for South America. "The criteria for selection of DP's shall be their desire and aptitude, their physical and mental fitness for a vocation in the South American countries, either as farmer, dairyman or cattle raiser, as mechanic, carpenter, plumber or printer, as nurse, doctor, pharmacist, as chemical, %  • llaiiil's Incident* 'Danger Signal 9 ON (JTA) — The recent anti-Semitic incidents in is a "danger signal" cannot be ignored, Vis' -urge Hall, First Lord of mi ratty, told the House s during a discussion of lation in Palestine. He ized that responsible Jewnizations, particularly the Agency, should take note signal. ing for the British cabiaid that the Exodus refuow marooned on three importation vessels at Port would not be returned tine, nor would they be jrted to Cyprus. He blamed fin Jews with aiding "illnmiigration of Jews to and pointed out that if 1 support for such immiS.i


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j! %  PAGE FOUR rjcnirtfMJtofi-— FRIDAY. AUGUST] Editorial Discussions To Continue %  from Pa9 c 1 A Report to the People We have received numerous inquiries the pastlie as to the progress being made by Mt. questions include a desire to know TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. (Copyright. 1M. Svn Arts Feature Syndieiti) By PHINEAS J. BIRON The %  I'nforget table Shame JtbJS^SSSiS^ The embassy of the Federal People's Republic „ pledged to date; haw much cash has been couec Washington has just issued a slender pap,! been chosen? Is there any foundatio: "^ ^ undef he Me


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JAY, AUGUST 22. 1947 -Jewlsti fhrkJiair) PAGE FIVE • iw Life in United State* ttegins For Polish-Jewish Survfoor Sfjfii S L x %  %  "1 *^ M tig J*>y % %  ,K/ f ^ %  — ^ • • wtos^.. %mm& ,„, years ago in Detroit, Abraham Bednash pledged to his ting wife that he would marry her sister, then in Poland. ps pledge was fulfilled recently in Paris where Mr. Bednash, iter. and Leonie Silberburg, right, who had lived through %  years of Nazi terror and war, were married. Jacgues Jlstein, left, of the Joint Distribution committee's emigration ^vice. which arranged the wedding, congratulates the couMr. Bednash went to Paris after Leonie had written him she had survived. The DC is now arranging passage Leonie en route to the United States, where she will join %  husband and his two children and start a new life. Funds the JDC's relief, resettlement and reconstruction activities provided by contributions to the $170,000,000 Unitetd JewAppeal. fllywood AuxiliaryStart New Season lore will be an executive rd meeting of the Ladies' Jili.iry of the Hollywood JewCommunity center Monday. 25. at 8 p.m. at the home Irs. L. J. Golden, president, Monroe st. Ill officers and committee Prmon are urged to attend so plans may be made for the regular meeting of the 1947(scason. which will be held sd.iy, Sept. 2 at 8 p.m., at the ler. Irs. Isadore Orgerl, chairman [the fund-raising committee, [announced that her committee been working throughout the %  ner on plans for a bazaar, ch is to be held sometime in %  uary. Tau Epsilon Phi To Give Stag Bowling Party Tau Epsilon Phi, national college social fraternity, will give a stag bowling party on the upstairs lanes of Recreation Bowling alleys, 301 S. Miami ave., at 8:30 Sunday night. Aug. 24. This rushing affair will give recent high school graduates a chance to meet the brothers from the universities in TEP's southern district, including Auburn. Florida, Emory, Miami, Florida Southern. Georgia and Georgia Tech. Refreshments will be served. W OM* ^ Y 0f ... CONTROL and "Vw PROOWNO ~ 0-4848 Phone 3-* 449 v /.*W" s t We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 COMPLETE PIST CONTROL NURSERY • PLANTS • SHRUBS • POTTED FERNS • FLOWERS Joseph Melnick 1252 N. W. 33rd Street Phone 3-9801 Agreement Seems Quite Unlikely MUNICH (JTA) — American representatives to the four-power commission on property restitution in Germany which is now meeting in Berlin have abandoned hope of reaching an agreement and have asked the State department for further instructions, it was learned here. It was also reported that the State department is expected to meet with representatives of Jewish organisations to determine a new course of action. There are three possibilities open: 1) continue the apparently hopeless quadripartite discussions, with the possibilities of yielding on such points as the disposal of heirless property; 2) attempt to reach a bi-zonal agreement with the British, and possibly the French, too; 3) put into effect the unilateral plan already reached in the American zone. D.P. Confesses Mining CContinucd from Page 1) lice believe that the others are linked to the Irgun. The other men have not yet been apprehended. The British have requested the extradition of Gossior. As a result of the arrest of the DP, it was revealed that American and British military police have been cooperating in the hunt for extremists in Austrian DP camps. Following the execution of several Jews in Palestine recently, a series of posters were found at the Bad Gastein camp announcing that the death of the Jews would be avenged. GO RDO N ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your root repaired now, you win uva on a now roof later "Satlafactory Work by Experienced Man" 414 f. W. 22nd Avenue I'HONE 4-6M0 ALPERcS GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lots Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rant—Grade A Pulverised and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind CaU 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed New 11.11. Lodge Being Organized New Miami B'nai B'rith lodge will have its organizational meeting on Thursday, Aug. 28, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Y.M.H.A. The group is being organized under the direction of E. Albert Pallot. The formation of this new lodge is in coordination with the national B'nai B'rith principle of multiple lodges, whereby new lodges are begun when the membership of existing lodges numbers 1,000. At present the new lodge consists of an embryo group of 40. All persons interested in becoming members arc urged to attend the meeting. German Groups Ask (Continued from page 1) anti-Semitism be classified as a major crime and punished as such; 2) the Army legalize courts in the DP camps which are presided over by inmates; 3) the Army should establish a modern sanitarium and hospital for the use of displaced Jews in the Munich area; 4) a restitution law be put into force at the earliest opportunity in the American zone. General Clay promised to take the suggestions under advisement Shulmcms Announce Birth A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Shulman Monday at the Victoria hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer. Kiddish will be observed tomorrow at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation after Saturday services. Sid H. Palmer In Hospital Sidney H. Palmer underwen I in operation at the Jackson Memorial hospital this week. GOOD FOOD}, 1HC RIGHT KIND, AND SUNSHINE" GALORE SUCH VITAMIN . Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Will Conduct Services at SHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street Seating Committee in Attendance SUNDAY 10 A.M. to Noon DAILY 7 P M. to 9 P.M. Make Dreams Come True See Us If You Plan To Buy, Build Or Refinance Your Home HOME LOANS TAILOR-MADE TO FIT YOUR NEEDS RESOURCES MORE THAN $18,000,000.00 lAIE FEIIELUL farina* atwt ,/j?a*t ^U^oc^Ucon. ofT/Uamc FORTY-FIVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE JOSEPH M. UPTON. President I I



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AUGUST 22. 1947 +Jen>lsfitk>ridfitH1 PAGE SEVEN Eroups Form |r Rent Council le County Fair Rent council rganized last week when innately 200 persons reprenine Miami Beach and organizations met at the Ian hotel. loses of the group are to legislation for "extensions Strengthening of rent con|to better educate the public existing conditions and H under law, to establish law Bev< nl "indiscriminant evicTand to ask council to apk "fair rent committee." ;ed officers of the cornare Burnett Roth, tempothai i man, and Harold Poto%  ax Singer, Irving Gold, Boodman, Victor Emmanuel, | Rosalee Goldberg, Abe H Gilbert Balkin, Moman %  and Mrs. Revy Balkin. n Rosenthal avy Cruise rinse aboard the destroyer USS McClelland is Ensign 15 Rosenthal, USNR, son J. Stolfi, 1437 S. W. Sev gi Rosenthal is one of a f 200 naval reservists the two-week training %  which will include a stop Ai Juan, Puerto Rico. He Hen assigned to duty as asH i nginecring officer. He Hidcnt at the Georgia School Hinology. ph Center Announces Response to Drive factory response to the one d letters of invitation to lie Miami Beach Jewish |inity Center sent to prosmembers has been reWilliam Feuer, chairman membership committee, red this week. goal of the month-long rship drive, which began \. 1, is to raise the memof the Center to one ^d, which would almost the present membership of ting Feuer in the drive are ki. George Talianoff. Jack iPhilip Salmon, Dr. BenjaIman, Oscar Mamber, Mortnark and Ira Walsey. I. Rosengarten, Furrier. Dies After Long Illness Funeral services for Isaac Rosengarten, 74, Miami furrier, who died Sunday after a long illness,, were conducted Monday at the Gordon Funeral home, the Rabbis •Wax Shapiro, Simon April, and Murray Grauer jointly officiating. He lived at 618 S. W. 11th ave. with his wife, Miriam. Originally from Waterbury, Conn., Mr. Rosengarten came here 22 years ago. He was a member of the Congregation Beth David, the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and B'nai B'rith. He is survived by his wife. Miriam; four daughters, Mrs. Sam Traurig, Mrs. Maye Cohen, Mrs. Max Schwartz and Mrs. H. Barson, all of Miami, and three sons, Charles, of Waterbury, and Henry and Theodore, of Miami. Interment was in Woodlawn Park cemetery. X BLOMBERG Word has been rlvt-d hero of th-' death of Lewis Blomberg, 80, of •""•' %  %  'I 1 Mi, I,,|h >.,vi\,-.| b\' two dauctltera, Mrs. Walter Stern anil Krtna Klomberir, and three s..ns, Harry, Nathan and Slgmund, all of Miami uearh. Mr. Blomberg passed away last Thursday. QREENBERQ Mrs. Minnie QreenberK, B7, a realdent of Miami Beach for eight years vho lived al i:,7r, Waahlnqrton ave., died this week In a local hospital. Shu Is survived by her husband, \dolph, and three daughters. Mrs. Ksther Abrams, Mrs. EHaitCe Price, and Mrs. Josephine l'rlce Kox, all of Miimi Beach. The body win be gent to Pittsburgh. Pa,, by the Riverside Memorial chapel for services and burial. Berny Fenlas, owner of the Olevelander hotel, died this week at the na-e of 44. He lived at IMS 13th ter., Miami Beaoh, having come here from Newark, N. J.. three years ago. Survivors Include his wife, Oracej one 'laughter, Ronnie: a son, .loseph I..: %  lls mother, Mrs. Oussle Penlas, and ;wo sisters. Mrs. Ruth (ileicher and Mrs. Sad ye Shantz, all of Miami Beach. The body will be sent to Newark by the Riverside Memorial chapel for services and burial. KLINE Alfred Kline, 65, 17HS Kspanola dr.. Coral tiables. died on Aug. 16. ROSENBERG Mrs. Bsther Rark| r JOT 'El .INHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 1LDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 We-t Palm Beach. Flo. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring tb Nationally PatJMMM Southern Dairies Pr. ducts and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO TOU AS YOUR PHONI ft C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. Weet Palm Beach too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. Officers Felted By III IIIIS Girls hostesses to the DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'ritH Young Women, were the Misses Paula and Trudi Lach at their home at 574 N. E. 94th st., Wednesday evening. Guest speaker was Miss Ruth Fagan, president of District 5, B'nai B'rith Young Women, who is visiting in Miami from Washington, D. C. Also honored were Paula Lach, recently elected national treasurer of BBYW, and Miss Irene Jacobs, who have just returned from St. Paul, Minn., where they attended the national convention of BBYW. Plans are now being made for a hayiide and barn dance to bt ranch, Saturday, Aug. 30, at 8:30 given by the group at Dawson's p.m. Balkin Attends Conclave For Vocational Guidance Gilbert J. Balkin was the ofTicial B'nai B'rith delegate to the Vocational Guidance conference sponsored Tuesday by the Southern Negro Youth congress. He gave an address and exhibited charts which demonstrate to the returning veteran how military skills may be employed in obtaining civilian employment. 1'nese charts were made upby the Vocational Guidance bureau of B'nai B'rith. Balkin also reported on the book, "Careers in Retail Business." R. W. Apte Elected To Miami Y Exec. Board R. W. Apte was elected to the board of directors of the Miami Y.M.H.A. at a meeting of the board Wednesday. He will fill the vacancy created by Mrs. Mirian Sager, who lias moved to Haiti, Puerto Rico. Mr. Apte is a former president of the Tampa Y.M.H.A. and is now vice president of the Southern section of the National Jewish Welfare board. MIAMI BEACH Getter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 805 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" V, r Qualify Sood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6Ml CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLQN BOTTLE r Plus Battle Depom 85c 75c PHONE 2-4128 Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith, held a meeting of officers and trustees Thursday at the home of Milton A. Friedman, at which lime plans for the October dance were discussed and committees appointed for a sixweek membership drive in the fall. Reports were heard from the committee directing the search for the "Outstanding Citizen of 1947/ Because of the lack of seating facilities to take care of the needs of the large membership for the High Holy Days services, all former seat holders and members of the Congregation Beth David are asked to pick up their tickets immediately. The High Holy Days services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches. LUBAN SCHOOL ADJOINING FLAMINGO PARK Boarding and Day Students Jewish-American Food All Graduate Teachers and Expert Supervision REGISTER NOW FOR SCHOOL YEAR 1055 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-5939 AVERY INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES CEMENT — ROCK LATH — CEMENT BLOCKS MORTAR MIX Everything in the General Building Line Phones 9-0398—9-9985 3800 X. W. S. River Drive Ifmid&mMty PER ANN UK* ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS The Federal Saving! and Loan Insurance CON poration insures individual account! up to $5,000. Huiband and wifs may hav. total of $15,000 full* Insured. Chan Fodaral saving! account! ara lagal inaitmanH for Trujt Fundi, ai well ai Fundi held by Guardiam, Administrator! and Executor!. Funds invested on or before the 10th of the month earn as of the lit of the current month. Fundi invested afler the lOlh earn a! of the first of the following monih. •CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1111 Itotttl NII...I4IH i'Mk list •! MtM %  jmmumm t I. CIEMI1TS, tresUtet I 1 %  f • 1 i I I I


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JY, AUGUST 22. 1947 • Jewisl)fhridinr PAGE NINE iter Miami Hebrew Academy To Be lern, Progressive Jewish School ur primary purpose in establishing the Greater Miami N Academy is to give to the children of our community iully prepared program of intensive Hebrew education in jsis with a modern and well rounded secular education," livid S. Andron, director of the academy, said this week, bnformity with a progressrm of education, the school >ffer courses in music, crafts, dancing, manual fpiessional arts, in addition ;11 integrated program of rly required studies, Dr. said. Inchon explained that the iy, which is co-educational kder the expert supervision Inowledged educators, will ^nly licensed teachers and conducted in compliance Ihe highest standards and tmentfl of the recognized of education, bllment at the school began 3. and Dr. Andron stated lildren from the most promand representative Jewish \s in the community have egistered. ges of the academy availSis year are IB, 2B, 3B, 4B as well as kindergarten for children from 4 to 6 lof age. Hot luncheons, as is mid-afternoon refreshwill be served to all the fcn. Transportation faciliprovided to and from the sic was a time when no |>n existed regarding the Ity for a superior Hebrew |ion for the Jewish child," ndron said. "Some people |ost sight of this necessity. are laboring under an ilthat some attenuated and program of story-hours lay periods are in reality education. To a people anally known as the 'Peothe Book,' this is not eduthe establishment of the ny. we reaffirm truths that lly were self-evident; that lish child can be happier, adjusted and integrated ire valuable in his service American community if Jitudes and experiences are and strengthened with a dynamic and intelligent education. Many of our have begun to acknowllese truths. It will not be before this awareness and funding wiil become unihe continued. | thiXe-story structure featwo-story auditorium and Phone 3-7856 [IG DEN'S Hen's Shop MEN'S nishinos and Clothing [* and Waiten Uniforms [WORK CLOTHES |7 N. Miami Avenue Miami. Florida &NEST IN SMOKED is PATS OF ALL KINDS ft 1&3 Florida National tosher Provision Company Phone 3-4225 N. W. 5th Street |MIAMI, FLORIDA Mtr the Supervlilon of Khh. M .2 ,M Metch.loff >bi Murray Qrauor ITS AND POULTRY olesale and Retail Masada Groups To Hear Address By M. Liberman Arrangements are being completed by the Greater Miami Masada chapter on details for the Southeastern Masada region convention, for which they will act as hosts during the coming Labor day week-end. Convention headquarters is the Raleigh hotel. The Robert Richter hotel willl be the scene of the final banquet Labor day evening, Sept. 1, when Carl Alpert, managing editor of the New Palestine, will be the guest speaker. Mayor Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach will address the opening session, which will be held in the dining room of "the Raleigh hotel, Saturday, Aug. 30, at 7:45 p.m. Others participating in the opening session are Alvin P. Rubin, Birmingham, Ala., regional president; S. A. Goodman, chairman of the local Zionist Youth commission, and Harold G. Shapiro, regional vice president and convention chairman. Saul Genet, president of the local Masada chapter and co-chairman for the convention, will preside at this session. Following this initial meeting there will be a moonlight boat ride for the delegates and guests of the convention. a principal's office with a glass observation wall, which faces all the classrooms. The first floor of the building houses the reception room and library, classrooms, principal's office, kindergarten play-rooms, clinic and administrative offices. The second floor is composed of the auditorium, which seats over 300, the dining room and Kitchen facilities. There are large vestry rooms on the third floor. A large outdoor playground is being fenced in for the protection of the students. Jewish Quiz Box QUESTION: What is the origin of the name "Elul" (the name of the current Hebrew month)? ANSWER: The origin of this name is not quite definite. Most authorities agree that the name of the month, like the names of most of the other months of the Jewish calendar, was borrowed from the Babylonians. In the early books of the Bible theve are no proper names for the months of the year. It is in the later books that we find some mention of the proper names. The name "Elul" is found only in the Book of Nehemiah (Chap. 6, verse 15). It is generally believed that the Babylonians used it as a name of some god or deity. This may be the case since we do find a term such as Elil or Elilim in the Bible which refers to pagan idols (Isaiah 10:10). Since the month of Elul was designated as the month of repentance when every man seeks to feel close to his Creator, the rabbis found an allusion to the name Elul, in the initial Hebrew letters, to the phrase in the Song of Songs (Chap. 6, verse 3). "Ani Ledodee Vedodee Lee" (I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine), which spell out the name "Elul." • QUESTION: Why is it customary to chant many Psalms during the month of Elul? ANSWER: Of all the books of the Bible, the Book of Psalms contains the most penitential and supplicatory verses. David, there, is said to have changed many of them when he was in danger, or whenever he felt the need of spiritual fortification. For this reason the Psalms are changed on many occasions such as for the recovery of a sick person, in times of local and national danger, etc. The month of Elul, being the month before the Day of Judgment, was a month in which every HE w LOCATION PHILLIPS PLUMBING 6229 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 78-6557 PHONE 3-4627 DIAMOND CAB America's finest cleaning CERTIFIED CLEANING Call 3-6601 NEIGHBORHOOD ^STORES GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Rabbi Uri I rlsliin Dies In New York Rabbi Uri Felshin, 811 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, prominent local Jewish leader, died suddenly in New York on Aug. 12. He was one of the pioneer founders and leaders of Mettullah, a Palestinian colony which this year celebrated its 50th anniversary. He was a member of the board of directors of the Congregation Beth Jacob for many years and a member of the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth, Beth Din, and the Rabbinical court of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. At the time of his death he was president of the "Histadruth Bnei Eretz Israel" and the Gallil Aid society. Services were conducted in New York Wednesday at the Riverside Memorial chapel. Rabbi Mescheloff took part in the rites. Surviving are -his wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. individual felt the need of spiritual reinforcement and religious protection. When we recite the Psalms during this month we hope that they will save us from forces that would do us evil, just as they did for David in his day. We also seek to be carried away by the moving spirit of their emotional phrases. JEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS HOLY DAY PRAYERBOOKS .%. J. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins & Wash. Avcs. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. cnsD is-.ta Telephone 5-1017 Silver Announces II. B. Delegation Delegates to the annual B'nai B'rith state convention in West Palm Beach on Labor day weekend have been announced by Sam Silver, president of Sholem lodge. Milton A. Friedman, Sholem lodge convention chairman, will head the delegation consisting of Sam Silver, Charles R. Jacobson, Al Pallott Marx Feinberg, Maurice Dworkin, John Kronenfeld, Jerome Weinkle and Charles Breslow. Godfrey K. Newman is chairman of the Miami Beach convention committee, according to the announcement by Walter Kovner, president. Isaac Gradman, past president of District No. 5 and chairman of the district membership committee, will conduct a membership seminar, where ideas will be exchanged regarding greater expansion. Julius Fisher, district secretary, will also participate. 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PAGE TWO August 1 Rites Unite Robert D. Whitmans A: home at 6:: > W I s :v pi % %  ad I ate I i Miss S 5nj i M Ha ry Sn; i Ft" Personally S|M'akin^ s w velection 3I-G n*ci School of iere she Joseph Bulbin Chooses Minn. Girl For Fiance Announcement was made this week of the engagement of Miss .it Feme Freed, daughter %  Mr and Mrs. Samuel M 1 .,;>, l:s. Minn., to Joseph n son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry n< 515 S. W. 22nd rd. Kin ;s the niece of Mrs. Harry ;.. of Miami. The bride-elect attended the my of Dramatic Arts. New •.: ,-.-. i Mrs : S v.27th 51 • M -Sn Mr. : an 1 Min: Hig i '• ; .' ms : .. %  M 51 :: n I :' .'. It of 5 >rideg I iron : V k. and L s uncle. N -'•...--: %  %  Mrs 3eorge T. • • Mas Shirlev & • : tin she\ ; Di Mrs. M. t %  Miss / '' E .'.on a IRS to rei and the University of MinMr Bulbin was gradu: '.;;ami Senior High After serving in the Navy three years, he received his ,;. u an ensign. At the :.• time he is attending the I Florida. late has been set for the A card parry will be held •-.-. > club of the Workmen's -.rcie. branch 692, cr. Sunday. Aug. 24. at 8 p.m.. a: :he Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25 Washington ave. Admission tor the affair will be SO cents. Mrs. Leon Elkin is chairman for the evening. Mi Glassei % % % %  .. • gg 5. r %  • %  2. urdines SPECIAL PURCHASE men's beach shirts 89' 9Gch See this exciting group at :..special selling c::ce! All well made oi soft ccmbed cc::; in a smart ribbed weave. Choose from bright solid colors of blue tan a icdse :..- white. Small, medium and large sizes in the group. Take advantage .: this special purchase tomorrow %  P. %  %  %  the ''' istcomv theu Coral Sables he -AT~~BOTH THEATRES. naamiiffisssn Sandra Bernstein to Wed Don Swerdlin Sunday ; Miss Sandi .i BernI U.jnald R. Swerdlin will • Sunday at 6:30 p.m. hotel. Miss is the daughter of Mr. M Harry Bernstein of his, Tenn Mr. Swerdlin is I V. and Mrs. Jack n .' ."•' u and f >i merly .:;ipa. ..-. ./.tended the of Miami where she member of Alpha Epsilon I Bei nstein w, tert lined day with a luncheon at the tel by Mrs Sanford • rdlin sister-in-law of the ire bridegroom. She wu ted by Mrs. Jack Swerdlin. Sam Glick. moth. Sanford Swerdlin, entertained for Miss Bernstein at a luncheon at .' %  rsailles hotel Tuesday. The elect was also feted with a luncheon given by Mr. L S. %  cousin of Mr. Swerdlin. Mr. and Mrs. Joe k grandparents ar e Mr I Harry Goodman Robin, daughter of Mr.'^ £>. M. Schctier, 821 S W, ave.. was born Aug. l'o-u n Memorial haspi,/J birthday of her qject? mother. Mrs. Mary Sil,L Her paternal grandpj Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sci. ... Mr. and Mrs. £|Q3 ney. 1350 S. W. SfJ; nounce the birth of a daui Barbara Lynn, at Jacbjl morial hospital on Auq ] Grandparents are Mr. and) S. I. Spector and Mrs. L SCM mk Herbert Jeffrey nJ Mr. and Mrs Murray 653 West ave., Miami Beoa, rived July 12 ... Mr. and) Simon Schemansky, 6844 h ding ave., Miami Beach., nounce the arrival of mU ter, Frances Allyn, on 3 Jay El.e son of Mr.i Mrs. Maurue Rosenberg | S. W. 12th st. was born]'' Seymour Cohen To Wj Miss Ruth B. Fagan Mr. and V>. annuiactt engag< menl Ruth Bai Cohen ^ndMn: uel A I' '.'.ami. Mi a F a graduate! Roosevelt H h nil and an ed Wilson T i • %  illege.lj in Wa.sh.ii-She is a me of Sit;Delta son and Fran -..>nger, Vice >' %  .. BBYW I recent!? i elected pn I District I B'nai B'ril i ing Women.: cently hi rial BBTWi vention. Mr. Cohi %  .iduateofl Ij'njvi *:thir degrei A; Flonilj was the Hillel to tion. F I three yealj been rnta!l for the N ..-ntinW ingtcn. He I member Raym m I %  10B'na:r Young M< n and was re elected nati .-.dent oil BBYNi Miss F her l*j are now %  %  Mr 1864 S V> No dati een set I wedding. 'EWISH NEW YEAR CARDS PLAIN Seminole Paper & Printing 419 N. Miami Avenue The story of Joe Howard. Americas romantic trcaba. dour! The Sor.gs He Wrote The Loves He Knew. "I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW JUNE HAVER MARK STEVENS Martha STEWART TO SEND MONEY ABROAD BY AIR MAIL OR CABLE Call. Wri le or Telephone AMERICAN EXPRESS f *""* %  '" K


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K, AUGUST 22, 1947 +Je*isti IhiSdnan PAGE THREE >hn Elliott, director of thr [Bank, has made an appeal (organizations to send sevOiinrs to the bank to "open fts." These will not actube contributions, but dcwhlch may be released by nfi a check." Elliott expressed great conpat the growing need for plasma in the city and [all groups to seriously conP'npcning accounts." [g Canners At Home Honeymoon ling returned from their |ni"on, Mr. and Mrs. Irving \r are now at home on Mi leach. The bride is the forIrlene Bernstein, daughter I. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, IN. Alton rd. The brideis the son of Mr. and Mrs. fl Canner of Jamaica, Long |, -V Y. marriage ceremony took (June 15 in the Jewish CornCenter, New York. Mrs. lr Seidcs, sister of the bride, as matron of honor. NorEanner was best man for his IT, and ushers included ArSeides, Melvin Bernstein, f Goodman, Marshall SimMartin Grossman, Dr. Phil nan. Arnold Gurin and Lighter. Canner attended Eastern fcchool in New York and the Jrsity of Miami. Mr. Canner, lumnus of New York unity, served for three and onefears with the armed forces fcas. He is now connected phe Nassau and Beach Plaza Richardsona to Celebrate Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Richndson will celebrate their 25th .vedding anniversary Aug. 27 with I dinner party at the Robert Uchter hotel, Miami Beach, lucsts will include Mr. and Mrs. Louis Low, Dr. Solas J. Low, Mr, nd Mrs. Jack Low, Mr. and Mrs. tortotl Low, Miss Caroline Low. i. and Mrs. Herman Popkin, .-. and Mrs. Milton Spool, Mr. nd Mrs. Ben Giller and their hildrcn, Paul, Marshall and Cardine, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis leiman and son, Gene. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, their son Stanley, and Mrs. Richardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Low, recently returned from an mniversary trip to Carlsbad Cavils. N. M., New Orleans, the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone Naional Park and Chicago. At present the Richardsons are •ngaged in the furniture business, having moved here from Jacksonville 10 years ago. They have two sons, Melvin ind Stanley. pxl meeting of the Clara Ch Landau chapter, B'nai Young Women, will be at the home of Mrs. Bebe I. 739 Uth st., Miami Beach, (p.m. Monday, Aug. 25. All libers and their friends are led. Miss Ruth Fagan. idem of the Fifth District p B'rith Youth organization, attend the meeting. U. of M. Student To Be Wed In Mt. Vernon Announcement of the engagement of a former University of Miami student, Miss Toby Stein, Mt. Vernon, N. Y., to Marty Grossman, of Philadelphia, has been made this week. The wedding will take place in Mt. Vernon on Sept. 7. Miss Stein is the daughter of Irs. Jack B, Stem. Mt. Vernon. The bride-elect also attended New York university. Mr. Grossnan served for six years in the Army, two in the Southwest Pacific and was discharged as an lrdinance department captain. He s now engaged in the refrigeraion business here. Beach Lawyers Study Ordinance Case for Appeal Miami Beach's much discussed anti-bias ordinance is receiving the careful attention of the Miami Beach legal fraternity. Following a meeting of the ADL legislative committee held Monday at the office of Chairman jack A. Abbott, it was decided that an appeal from the recent decision of Circuit Judge Stanley Milledge would be held in abeyance until after the committee would receive a legal opinion following briefing of the law. "I am pleased to announce that Louis F. Snetman. associated with the firm of Bernstein and Hodsdon, has been retained to conduct the legal research into the legality of the ordinance which is the first legal measure of its type in this country." Abbott stated. City attorney Ben Shepard will delay his appearance before the city council in order to obtain their approval to proceed with an appeal until Wednesday, Sept. 3, at which time it is anticipated Attorney Snetman's findings and recommendations will be available. Committee in charge for the sale of tickets for the High Holy Days at Beth Tfllah, 935 Euclid aye., Miami Beach, will be at the synaqoouq daiW from 7 to 11 a.m. and from 3 to • p.m.. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky announced this week. SUNRAY.AkK HEALTH RESORT .j r HOTEL-SAN STARIUM L./" FORREST. CONV•:sTN AKO CHRONIC (• %  •,. 5 ,._',_i.L l* .W. JO'" COVIM *iea MIAMI FLO' Mf>A 1 EMMET A. DROLET 545 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2346 METAL WINDOWS BARCOL OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS FRANTZ SINGLE SECTION MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE DOORS. SS2.50 STEEL RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS, COMPLETE STOCK THE Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation announces with pride the arrival of the distinguished British cantor REVEREND Abraham Storm an Who will officiate for us for Slichos and he High Holy Havw HE WILL BROADCAST THIS SUNDAY OVER STATION WIOD FROM 11:30 TO 11:45 A. M. TISE EH! Seating Committee In Attendance Daily 8 to 10 A,M. 7 to 9 P.M. .1 II i iior II.III.ISN.III IJi'erfs rii.iiriiM-n Members of Junior Hadassah are now in the midst of preparing for the coming Southeastern Regional convention of Masada, their brother organization, which will be held Labor Day week-end % % &f the Raleigh hotel, Miami Beach. Members of Junior Hadassan will be the receptionists. At a recent board meeting chairmen and committees were appointed to prepare the entertainment Cor Sunday evening. Beverly Raphael and Carolyn Shultz are co-chairmen of the program committee. Others are Sonia Zias, choral; Ros Worth and Bobbie Yeman, correspondence: Florence Hildebrandt. refreshments; Trudi Lach, publicity. Assisting them will be Marion Cohen. Celia Dobrin, Jackie Drosd. Evelyn Herstein. Paula Lach, Henrietta Osborne, Shirley Pardo, Naomi Segal and Dorothy Sussman. Zionist Youth Director To Arrive Next Week Herman Popkin, director of the Southern Zionist Youth commission, is expected to arrive early next week in preparation for the coming third annual con vention of the Southeastern Masada region. Mr. Popkin will meet with various youth groups and discuss with them the current Palestine problems. Other early arrivals expected for the convention are Milton Arm. national Masada vice president; Alvin P. Rubin, regional president, and Israel Katz, regional vice president. Operation of the $3,000,000 New Surf hotel on the ocean at 891h si., Surfside, has been taken over by a Cleveland group, wilh Charles C. Gold berg acting as managing director. Goldberg has been an owner and operator of a number of hotels, restaurants and night spots in Cleveland. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Attorney E. Max Goldstein, Miami Beach, was recently selected from the Miami Beach area by Governor Millard Caldwell to the 19-man rent advisory board for the Greater Miami area. A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 pASBESTOS^< TABLE MATS ^€lfow 24829 or 26382 i Coburn School ANNOUNCES ITS T.lrtl ll<'-Opniiii£ OCTOBER 1, 1947 PRF-SCHOOL THROUGH SENIOR HIGH 1000 BAY DRIVE MIAMI BEACH NORMANDY ISLE PHONE 6-1011 REGISTER Your Child Now FOR A FULLER, BROADER and MORE COMPLETE EDUCATION GREATER MIAMI HEBREW ACADEMY Jefferson Avenue, corner Sixth Street The Only Modern. Progressive Daft-St>hooi Which Offers A comprehensive and exemplary English education An intensive and progressive Hebrew program Music and the Manual and Expressional Arts Conformity to highest standards of Boards of Education Expert and licensed faculty Modern and complete facilities Hot nutritious luncheons and refreshments daily Transportation to and from school REGISTRATION FOR ELEMENTARY CLASSES IB. 2B. 3B, 4B and 5B KINDERGARTEN CLASSES FOR CHILDREN. AGES 4 to 5U School Year Commences September 8th Give Your Boy or Girl An Intelligently and Interestingly Integrated HEBREW AND ENGLISH EDUCATION FOR INFORMATION REGARDING ENROLLMENT. TRANSPORTATION. ETC. Visit the Academy or Call 5-4361 < 9 •.! i il 1 ; :' %  -t 1



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I %  %  1 PAGE SIX Cantor Behrman Arrives Here The Rev. Abraham Behrman, Bi ih cantor, arrived in Miami Monday. While here, he wfll officiate for Slichos and the High Holy Days services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Originally from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, he was one of the first Wagnerian singers in the Netherlands and Belgium. He will be introduced to Miami Jewry over radio station WIOD on Sunday, Aug. 24, at 11:30 a.m. He will also be a must on thi Jewisfl Music hour on statioi WBAY at 10 a.m. on Aug. 31. IN THI;-'' i K LEGAL NOTICES CIRCUIT I 'rt'RT. THE !•• Tin: \ \NH >A Till. n;< •" ,.,,.,• %  ir IN \ ITH • l1 1 1 '.' 1 ',,'v'rv ,.-, ,i: I'M'i: i "' N • !N CHANOKRY^ .ANCYMA. VU&RT MAR1 ;,, appeal filed In til. • • %  ihe Bill "t • ., ... 'LEGAL NOTICE ,.,..,. nO THI FRIDAY, A UGUST 22, itel LEGAL NOTICES IKcTIT '•; LEGAL NOTl^ 1 % AND ; Tin: i %  %  %  .-iHcriT IN ANU ITH f \\*F CoCNTY. KM>KU'A. MARIA HBNWj.jSuif. ylMNONBS, ". L l C o INONEB. 1 '. ir) in 1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION OHue". PU)R1DA; yPiNONBB, B*? w ^ .1 :, iim-nt :.'-'. NW rorti IN THK OllirriT >-i>vM %  MAHBL BTILLMAN si, KlJ ,. v „ PWnUtt, N OEOROE BHELDON NOT.C E "T'o" ;, i n ;p E To: QfaOROE SHELDON*" care d here on June 8 to Miss Ethel Smith. Mr and Mrs. S. Mizell are announcing the birth of a daughter. Mrs Mizell is the former Rose Friedman. Miss Carol Grobman and Morris Ag. 1 ft were married at the home 0 f the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Ms. Morris Ageloff. WilkesBarre, Pa. Mrs. Ageloff is the dau liter of Mr. and Mrs. H Grobman and is a 1044 gradual. of Palm Beach High school. VULTON V FRIEDMAN Alt. Miami. P %  I I''VI-I '"' '"' i l.llKhod once utlve weeks In ..II, II newspaper .IK. %  %  I '"' : ,,, i„ O.untV, Florida._ V;VU:KVVAN. Deputy Clerk. You are ban I to appear t.i II filed In tho HIKIV, '"{'""•"Mr Hill „| ruea in tin. .ih. before AuKiist 2X, IJ41 „IL*I Bill of Complaint ill),Vu k "*M feaned aaalnxt you Let if uhltshed once .. eek for bur lUCceaslve wreeki IjtjJJ -.1 • PLORIPA IN I %  '.'" %  %  T.i \ .. I. %  Plaintiff, i SKA 1.1 Bid. %  | Ida K Dated this :i, ,| ilyof j,,, 1 E. B. I.KATHKK&fl MILTON A. FRIEDMAN** 1 Attorney 8/1-8-15-22 .OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I AW HKRKBY OIVBN that nc l" eiiKaice In n niunf or Ii Said l Vou, ami %  otlfl ill,..nl ,-. .lull IV P I r d. to and i %  • eni %  %  Dated C %  •iA Ml. LEGAL NOTICES IN THI: ,. m .T1T COl'RT OK THE %  IHC1 IT IN AN] ,, ,.,| | i-pi.-i \i. CIRCl IT IN AjN i.V„V DADR rOCXTY, FLORIDA ,N CHANC ^ Y 1U262 THKUIA KEIJJJXWMl !" *. l; B BWEEi NOTICE TO APPEAR Tl ( ,SCAR B HIRSHTE1N. TIT Rounri N'orfolk, Virginia, %  ,|.,„t in the above-styled VOI' ARE HEREBY required to be and appear before th. rirejitl Court Sa 0n BKj roll •• 't bs ">.\TED this 20th day ol August, '•" 7 i: B. LBATHERMAN. A, ,-|..k of the Above Styled I By WM VV BTOCKIM1, I ieput> lerk JAM S HENRY WILLOCK, all v for Plaintiff, IVmRreHR BulldlnR, M Florida, %  B I 1-12 %  %  %  till %  the fi.-liUoiin n.-une 01 -,.; K SI UVI.-E. at 13 H Avenue Miami Be**. %  ,. ... .... tel MM name -„.„„ ( Wtof TUT MARCUS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUJ. LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY mm, tho underKlKii.-'l. It—trlna toao bualnena undei ih* fietitin u ,"3L ARMOR RADIO \SV VICB, at 220 12th Streel Florida, Intends t" '"tiism ay. with the Clers ol the i I>ado IJounty. i HORRia BARNOff, MYERS. II El MAN KAPI Attorneya fur Appll g/l-8-l. r .-22 -L".i •.OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME %  with the '"lerk of e County, Florida. .. I V T l-l', ,\' IIIWIN LEB" iW ii \i:i.i:s ORIHN IV. • ... Applicants, x. Tl.'i: IS HEREBY (ilVEN lhal lerslgned, i • • CARPET MART, al Hl -tli Street, Miami Beach. Flu lends loreRlstei "ill. the he i icull Co irl of Dad. i ity, Florida ALBERT KKENAN, Sole owner. 12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai I ,i • • • DUS n.mil' Of I,Esi.11: ANN FROCKS, ..I Miami, ,. I nam< i-i'l eull ••'iil't "I Dade County. Florida RUTH SIMONS IRENE B. MILLER 12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai the undersigned, di Irli B to engage In l,i,sin. -.under the flotitloui • Ol N VN< Y WN FASHIONS, ,• !6.i N W th Street, Intend ti reglHt.isaid name with the Clerk of th.. dreull Courl of Dade County, KIoi IRVING BIRNBERQ I.I;. INARI' ''. .I.I.MAN 12-1'.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th;it the undcrsli • eng % %  In D usl II %  8 under the i letil lous name ..i HUB POOD CENTER, al 2869 s. W 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend tr> t ter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, K ""' 1 '' PHILIP M BLOOM OSC \l: HANDLER aa oo-partnera d ha. viui. Pood Center. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneya for Aopllcanu 7/J6 s/1-8-15-22 .OTICE UNDER FICTITlO-b \AME LAW NOTICE %  .11.1. .1 Ni 'H ter said 'lrcuit i I li MYERS, III Vti rni 40TI • E UNDER FICTITI0 LAW NOTICE IS II %  %  maim H N 4II.VKEI i DIKTZ .v \ %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITK LAW Ni n %  laitA.N" %  p \ Ml IS Ml %  %  NOTICE UNOFI riTI LAW NOTICE ; inun. • lisill.— MAIN UIII.|.|:itS I 'A NY .... he C %  'lorlriii MAPI TILHEN • s.M'ii: -r SILVER, KAPLAN, I'll. /. .-. 'lit EENSTEK i I 8/1-8-10-22 -tl ^|-710S.W 12th AV. MIAMI-i L/jtt. j.j4j/_J "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAP: FINEFUHERALSE? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, .le-sirinc to engage In business undi r the fictltloui S AP IMPORTERS, In the Cltj ol Florida. Intends to register Hiil'l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS KAPLAN EDWARD H. LEVIN, Attorney for Applicant. 1/1.8-15-22 %  .. WE OFFIOAm HPKSOIT THE MAJORIH OF WkVKKk JEWISH FUNEMAL MHES fn/o"norion Ctodtf futruihad on feouetl SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MM f xc/usi'v e/y Jewis/i JOB. L PLUMMER Funeral Director t AMBUliAI SERVICE 1236 W FOWABO f. N£W' Funeral Oi/etw ABE CISiN8E Vm APIM*KE DIS IN TH %  ni I1TII .IPHHU VL i-IRi !•• %  > !: I'M i >•• \TY, IN CHANCI No ,.\N ACKI ItS'i i.\. iPENCBR ACKERSON, Defi NOTICE TO APPEAR TO SPENCER ACKERS .• %  is. .11I'ltt, 1 Spring Vail. N e • You an '" anp. r to the Bill toptembi %  published .,,.. a week I llshed In Dade Count' pi, ,., p Dated tl s • %  • '., ,i.,. B B LEATHER ni'-rk of the Cir (SEAL) "; MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 1083 Beybold BtiUdlag, Miami. Horlda. u,u i 8/15-84-29 |/s ... ^ XA %  %  %  MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M MachtoL Director Olyinpla Building Ph n0 3 372 %  NOTICE UNDER F LA JCTITIOUS NAME %  k. KlorMa. Park! Mount Sinai Memorial MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETQtt ONh OF MIAMI'S-UP-TO-DATE DIGNU MEMORIAL PARKS ^ SLNGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GB0 ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE ^^ —— |ij^ I Aifiltate Congregations: Bth David, Beth Jw ^ Jewish Orthodox and Siitarhood Chesed sne ^ For Further Iniormation PhatM 9-2884. 4-59M PALMER FUNERAL PHON E .„ M '! E B V I N G T H E IEWI8H COMMONITV CHAPE4 E E. CAPTER. F uneral Direct or A Prtood la Weed 1001 w.fl-* 6