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The Jewish Floridian ( September 26, 1947 )

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ii^^wiisltUEIIiOipidliiaun VOLUME 20NUMBER 39 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS Arabs To Resist U. S. Support UNSCOP Plan; Britain Indicates Palestine Withdrawal Soon TOME BITTER FIGHT ON HOLY LAND ISSUE FLUSHING MEADOW—(JTA) _The United States policy on Palis!me came under heavy fire from tl e Arab states this week as general debate continued at the United Nations General Assembly. Sj: ian delegate Faris el Khouri stressed that his country and the Othei Arab nations would fight the UNSCOP report, recommending the partitioning of Palestine into Jewish and Arab states. "The Arabs are convinced," Khouri declared, "that the United States, who.-e money finances Zionist propaganda and terrorist underground activities in Palestine, can. if it so wishes, terminate these evils and thus render justice and honest service to the United Nations principles. "American arms and money," he continued, "are being sent to othei countries to help the majority against the minority, but with regard to Palestine the Unite.] Slates aids a minority of intruders against the lawful majority. It requires much tolerance and hypocritical courtesy to refrain from denouncing such a policy Saudi Arabian delegate Emil Feisal said that he had expected that Secretary of State Marshall "would not be so hasty in expressing his views on the problem until such time as the political ton.a ittee had occasion to meet and disi uss all its phases. We had expected the distinguished U.S. delegate and his government to take a neutral stand prior to the meeting of the committee," he added. "Unfortunately, he impetuously expressed his views befor the other delegates had time (C ntinued on Page 4) Agencies To Aid Exodus Refugees LUBECK, Germany — (JTA)— Jewish voluntary relief agencies are ready to move into the two camps holding the Exodus 1947 refugees with a full program of assistance, following an agreement reached over the week-end with British officials, it was announced here this week. The agencies will provide special food supplies for the day before Yom Kippur. They also plan to replace the German medical staff with Jewish physicians. Lord Pakenham, British Minister for Occupied Territories, made a twenty-five minute tour of the Poppendorf and Am Stau camps and said he was satisfied with prevailing conditions and was convinced all that could have been done for the comfort of the refugees had been done. Pakenham also conferred with the camp leaders who complained that conditions were bad, but added that this was not the important thing. Their man grievance, they said, was the fact that they had been returned to Germany. Pakenham was reported to have retorted that he could not understand why they objected so strenuously to being sent back. In a brief talk over the camp loudspeakers, Pakenham told the refugees that the British authorities would attempt to make conditions "a bit more tolerable." NOTICE Due to the Succos holidays offices of the Jewish Floridian will be closed all day Monday and Tuesday. To insure publication of all news for the issue of October 3rd information must be in our office by Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. BEVIN TO ASK U.N. MAJORITY REPORT LONDON—(JTA) — Although there are varying interpretations here of the decision on Palestine taken this week-end by the British Cabinet, almost the entire press, including usually well informed papers, agree that the government decided that it cannot continue to administer the Mandate unaided. It is understood that Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech-Jones is scheduled to leave by air for Flushing Meadow, and will tell the U.N. General Assembly that Britain wants to withdraw its troops from Palestine if the Ascembly backs the UNSCOP majority report without any revisions. The press also states that Creech-Jones will carry a personal message from Foreign Minister Bevin to Secretary of State Marshall, suggesting that while whatever decision the Assembly reaches is being implemented, there must be some revision of Britain's responsibility for maintaining the peace in Palestine. It is reported that the Cabinet was disinclined to accept either the majority or minority UNSCOP recommendations as they stand and feels that some new solution or a modification of the UNSCOP recommendations is necessary. The majority of the Cabinet indicated that they favored quitting Palestine, but do not play any sudden British withdrawal, but rather a shortening of the two-year transition period recommended by the U.N. Special Committee. NEWS DISPATCHES Estimating Liquidation JERI SALEM—(JTA)—Despite 'he [act that the United Nations has rendered no decision in the Palestine case and that Britain has made no public announcement as to its intentions in the Mandate, the Palestine Governn "nt has already undertaken several steps which might tend jo incli.ate to the public that the British administration is prepar">g to close its books. Among such %  wves was an order to its stanstical department to draw up Win atea of the amount of money required to compensate civil servj<* employees for loss of their jobs n the government is liquidauntment is Interpreted as an attempt by the State Department to counter-balance the naming as an alternate delegate of Maj. Gen. John H. Hilldring, who favors prompt action to get the DP's out of Germany and believes as many as desire should be allowed to enter Palestine. Bevin Confers With Arab League Leader LONDON—(JTA) — Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin conferred with Abdul Rahman Azzam Pasha, secretary-general of the Arab League, this week, but neither would disclose the nature of their conversation. The Foreign Office has refused to confirm reports that an interdepartmental government subcommittee which has been considering Britain's stand on Palestine in the light of the UNSCOP report has completed its deliberations. The sub-committee conference was to pave the way for a later meeting of the Cabinet on the matter. Ad Hoc Committee The General Steering Committee as the first item on its agenda established an "Ad Hoc Committee on the Palestine question." The United States representative Warren R. Austin expressed it as his understanding that this committee would not be a sub-committee of any other committee, but a committee of the General Assembly with its own jurisdiction and the right to function like all committees of the Assembly. The ad hoc Committee will consist of the 55 member nations of the Assembly. Senatorial Group To Visit DPs WASHINGTON—(JTA)—Three members of the Senate Special Committee to Investigate Immigration Matters will leave Washington on Oct. 12 or 13 for Frankfurt, Germany, to investigate displaced persons camps throughout Germany, Austria, and Italy, and gather information for the study of immigration problems confronting the next session of Congress, it was learned here. Senator Champan Revercomb, Republican of West Virginia and chairman of the Senate's Standing Sub-Committee on Immigration, will be accompanied on the trip by Senators Forrest C. Donnell, Republican of Missouri, and Howard C. McGrath, Democrat of Rhode Island, members of the Special Committee; Richards Arens, staff director of the committee, and Thomas J. Davis, an investigator. The Preparatory Commission of the International Refugee Organization has received $1,000,000 from the now defunct UNRRA, it was announced by UNRRA headquarters. The $1,000,000 represents the unspent balance of funds which had been budgeted by UNRRA for its displaced persons operations. NOTED ETCHER DIES NEW YORK—(JTA)—Funeral services were held here this week for Elias Grossman, noted Jewish etcher who died at the age of 49. A former cap-maker, Grossman won a distinguished He was especially well known place for himself in the art world, for his Jewish themes. JEWISH REFUGEES ARRIVE IN NEW YORK NEW YORK—(JTA)—641 refugees of all faiths arrived here this week from Germany, aboard the Ernie Pyle. The immigration of several hundred Jews among the passengers was arranged by the JDC and the HIAS, and they were met by representatives of the U n i t e d S e r v i c e for New Americans and the HIAS. Sergeant Killed In Arab Attack JERUSALEM—(JTA)—A British Army sergeant driving a car near the Arab villege of Yehudia, near Petach-Tikva, was killed Sunday morning when the car was ambushed. Another soldier in the vehicle was not hurt. Although it is known that the attack was carried out by Arabs, an official communique said "the iden. tity of the attackers has not yet been established." The 19-year-old daughter of the proprietor of a cafe in Tel Aviv was kidnapped from her home near Settlement Square Saturday night, it is learned here. It is believed that the abductors are members of a dissident group. In summing up the week's activities of the security forces, an official press statement reported that a total of 22 suspected Jewish terrorists had been detained. Of the 22, one was released unconditionally, five were freed on bail, ten are under investigation, and six are still under arrest. MARSHALL TALK TO U.N. ASSEMBLY PRAISES REPORT FLUSHING MEADOWS— (JTA) — Secretary of State George C. Marshall, speaking before the United Nations General Assembly, indicated that the United States Government will support the majority recommendations of the report submitted by the U.N. Special Committee on Palestine, which urge the participation of the country into Jewish and Arab states. The Government of the United States, he said, gives "great weight not only to the recommendations which have met with the unanimous approval of the Special Committee, but also to those which have been approved by the majority of that committee." Marshall did not refer to the minority report proposing federalization. Marshall gave assurance that the United States "intends to do everything within its power at this session of the General Assembly to assist in finding a solution for the difficult problem which has stirred up such violent passions and which is now resulting in the shedding of blood and in great mental and moral anguish." Declaring that any solution offered by the Assembly "cannot be ideally satisfactory to either of the two great peoples primarily concerned," he emphasized that the Assembly's final decision "must properly await detailed consideration of the report." Well informed official sources clarified the Marshall statement to mean that the United States neither supports nor rejects the UNSCOP recommendations at the present time. So far as the minority proposals are concerned, the United States, in view of its adherence to democratic processes, attaches greater weight to the majority's recommendations. Beyond this, it was indicated, the United States will not go at this stage. The Secretary highly praised UNSCOP for its contribution to a solution of the Palestine problem. "Although the members of (Continued on Page 4) Federation Headquarters To Move; Executive Committee Approves Beach Offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be moved from their present location in the Congress Building to Miami Beach, it was announced following a meeting of the executive committee held last Friday. Three thousand square feet on the mezzanine floor of the new Annex to the Mercantile Building at 420 Lincoln Road, has been leased by Federation, and the new quarters will be in use November 1st, according to present plans. The action was taken follow the Committee on Location, explained that the move was necessitated by the fact that suitable quarters could not be found in Miami at the rent Federation was able to pay. Federation headguarters having been in Miami ever since its inception, the committee recommended t'h a t moving to the beach would be suitable recognition of the fact that a majority of Federation contributors reside in the Beach area. The Location Committee which spent several months checking on proposed sites includes, in *..^ —.-•% %  -ii piuposea sues includes, in ing a report of the committee on addition to Mr. Bertman Monte location which recommended the Selig, Herbert Scher, J.'Gerald change. | Lewis, Max Orovitz, Joe Stein, George Bertman, chairman of 11. S. Shapoff and Harry Sirkin. '. 4 I ; :



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SHi • PAGE TWO +,Uis* ftcr/dHar personally speaking... (September Betrothals Announced S^H^^^^ Wed No r n So = her home at Huntsville. Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Zeientz, 1551 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach announce the birth of a dauqh.er. Judith Ann. on Sept. 15th. The grandparents oi Judith Ann are Mr. and Mis. Louis Zeientz, pioneer residents oi this city. ... Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Applebaum are spendinq their honeymoon on Miami Beach, following their wedding in New Yorkj on Sept. 13th. The bride is the former Inez Schulman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Schulman, 1040 15th st., who attended the wedding. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. S. Applebaum, 1305 Drexel ave., Miami Beach. ... Mr. and Mrs. Nat Levitt, 851 N.W. Seventh st. rd., announce the birth of their son, Bertram Jay, on Saturday, Sept. 20th. • • Myron Levitt returned to Georgia Tech this week to continue his engineering course after a week's visit with his mother, Mrs. Sonia Levitt, 835 N.W. Seventh st. rd. ... Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Reinhard have returned from a vacation that included a visit in New York City, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. They also attended the national convention of the American Leqion and auxiliary while in New York. Mis. Reinhard, district president of the Leqion auxiliary, and a past past president of the Miami Beach unit, was a delegate. • • Miss Rose Natkin, Rendale hotel, is leaving Miami Beach niter a stay of 20 months. ... Mrs. Miriam Wolfman, 1565 1 ve., returned Sept. 19th from a three months stay in Palestine, where she visited with her parents. Mrs. Wolfman is a native of the Holy Land. ... Miss Leslie Goldberg, daughter of Mrs. Ida Goldberq, 31 W. 28th st., Miami Beach, lei: (or New York City to rnter the Ann-Reno Institute where she is a freshman. Miss Goldberg is a graduate of Miami Senior High school. • Miss Joan Tillinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tillinger, 2034 S.W. 14th ter., left this plane for the University of Alabama at Tusr aloosa, Ala. A sophomore, she is a mem I er of Sigma Delta Tau sorority und Triangle club, honorary .-.ociety. ... Miss Diane Prodinger, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H Predinger, 1425 S.W. fifth st., has tied to the University o' Alabama for the fall term where she is majoring in biologica' aces. She spent the three weeks Intervening between the summer and fall terms in Miami. ... Albert Eskenazi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi, left ior Atlanta, Ga., ie will enter Emory university. ... Miss Wilda Whitman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Whit man, 25G5 S.W. 27th st., has returned from her summer vaca tion, spent in New York with her grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Whitman. She will enter the University of Miami for the fall term. 2200 Brickell Avenue, the • %  • da ter, S S irU t 0 N £ r ; Ed S %  -• son oi Mr. M Gtorg. s. Sommers, Paterson, N. J. e-elect, a native ol Miami '' r High s.',,,.1 and is at ,, sent ni >r at Duke umver%  ... ience. n : ., n em\ i Hill,; 1 %  on, Miss .1 known In B'nai [ s ai .1 was first president District B'l ai %  ng servi National B'I ai B'rith vas first presi: • ith Di triel B nai is just chosen • national orMi S :i : • l vr f Patersoi N' Jersey, ami is a senioi at I %  Un v sitj ol North Carolina, majoi am in chemistry. H,. i s : Tau Epsilon Pi Fi "* 5 .. 16 with the 42nd Rail bow Division in EuTh( marrii ge will take place December 23rd in the Robert : Hotel. Miami Beach, Molly Ann Boyell Announces Betrothal The engagi merit is announced i| two University of Mil eniors, Molly Ann Boyell, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Harry Boyell, 2336 Southwest 23rd st., o David II. Weiss, son of the late Mr. and Mis. Edward Weiss of Ni \ York City. Tie young couple will both graduate this June, Mr. Weiss with degrees in Mamie Engineering and Naval Ar'hitecture, and Molly Ann from e-Med school. They are cxcted to spend their holiday vaation m Mi..mi, at which time ounce their wedling plans. Moll) Ann is a graduate of Mian, i High, and a member of National Honoi Society, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Levkoff are now making their home in Miami foLowing his association with Dr. Morris Goodman in the management of Goodman interests in this area Levkoff was formerly controller of B. I'oreman Company in Hochester, N. Y.; special assistant to corporate control of R II Macy Company in New York City and treasurer of P.zitz Company in Bumingham, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mmtzer and daughter, Ethel, recently returned from a two-months' trip abroad. The time in Palestine. ?y spent some Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach attorney, is spending the High Holy Days with his mother and fa~ imily in Milwaukee. Herman Gordon Everglades hotel, was called to New York Z< a Li Y ^ r Udden ,HneSS 0i h S bro,het who Passed away that evening. Funeral services for the late Morris Gordon Took place in Long Island on Sunday. ,0OK o u^T F*?** Boye11 dau 9 h,e


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[^flV SEPTEMBER 26, 1947 ^Jenisiiflcridficin PAGE THREE ensus Plans eceive Approval Vl.ns for the forthcoming M community census to be ,.,k.ii under the auspices '^Greater Miami Jewish 1 a re rapidly shaping, ., s announced yesterday 1 M Kopelowitz, chairman of J n sus committee, following ,„'.,.f B of his group at Fed, ',,. • q s uar ters last Sunday to .,;, the list of questions. LShcr meeting of the full knmittre is set for next Sunday [Federation offices. The meetL vli j begin promptly at 10:45 ,,,, M this session, the comllttee will give* final approve i hc ... | edule of questions, will 1 ia sliurtions to enuF |t( will set the ball in lotiun for t he enrollment of [(Kin vo ii leer '' ( n:;lls counters. TACCOI ling to present plans, the Lire ci.unty will be divjdtd Li ten major areas, each to be L charge "I a major. Each of tgse n i % %  areas will in turn into ten districts, i to be under the tip ... n of a captain. Each I, t j. to be further subdi,l,. ( l into ten units, each to be ,, ibility of an enumerunder the general di• census committee, j, ,i volunteer workers ,,11 C on it of ten majors, 100 ai (I 1000 enumerators. temple Israel Sisterhood fetes Board Members | \ s • Tea for the mem, Temple Israel SisterI I will be given at the \ Joseph A. Richter, B66 N Bay Road, Miami Beach, g a t lay, Si ptember 27, from lull 4. liscussioris of some planning will be held, ...tiding a preview of the first wulai im of tlu> year by Irs, i In in Zwitman, program I scription of a new mill project by Mrs. ^iiFi II '. ways and means i survey of the status ^f 1 i 11 %  :: 0 nl Living Judaism urk, bj Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, lairni : 11 L.J., and the nami I i> hospitality chairhen I Harry V. Simons, pitality director for the war. Zinner-Auerbach Nuptials Sunday In a five o'clock ceremony at the Shelborne hotel September 21st Evelyn E. Zinner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Zinner, 6621 S.W. 43rd st., became the bride of Steven H. Auerbach son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Auerbach, 1575 Drexel Ave. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiated. Mrs. Doran Zinner, sister-inlaw of the bride, acted as matron of honor while Josephine Zinner, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Auerbach chose his uncle, Gilbert Autrbach, for best man, while Marshall Auerbach, brother of the groom, and Dr. Doran Zinner served as ushers. The bride attended schools in Canton, Ohio. and.the Traphagen School of Design in New York, and served in the Waves for two years. Mr. Auerbach attended .'('idols in Chicago, 111., the University of Chicago, and was in the Navy for two years. After a honeymoon trip in Bermuda, the couple will make their home in Miami. EMMA LAZARUS SPONSORS PICNIC Thi and Professional V ima Lazarus Chaptct, B'nai II ith, will sponsor a pichir at Gieynolds Park on Simlay, Sept. 28th. Scheduled tc ave thi Miami Beach YMHA m those attending the participate in old&*' ioni d gi oup games. SUNRAYi'ARK HEALTH RESORT f V/fr i r HOTELSANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE ? AND CHRONIC CASES ItS t W 30— COURT -4Uaa__M|AMl FLORIDA Miami Beach Couple Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Saul M. Loewenstein, of 3145 Pine Tree dr., announce the engagement of their daughter, Lois Cadette, to Donald R, Klein. 4144 N. Bay rd. Miss Loewenstein attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and the University of Miami. Mr. Klein served four years in the armed forces, attended Temple University and the University of Florida. No date has been set for the wedding. Council Women Open Season With Luncheon National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, will open a luncheon meeting to be held on Wednesday, Oct. 1st, at the Hotel Robert Richter, 3301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Invocation before the luncheon scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m. will be given by Mrs. Lewis Brown. A very short business meeting will be followed by a musical program. An original skit, written and produced by Mrs. Jos. Williamson, Mrs. Edward Roth, Mrs. Wm. Slepian, Mrs. Harold Auslander, Mrs. Gco. Chertkof, Mrs. L. Kupper, Mrs. Sam H. Taran, Mrs. Jos. F. Gleichcr. The guest speaker will be Dr. Reinhold P. Wolff, Professor of Economics at the University of Miami, whose topic will be "The Rising Cost of Living". Mrs. Aaron Farr, chairm.in of the luncheon committee, is being assisted by: Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs. David Catsman, Mrs. Nat L. Williams, Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. J. B. Margolis, Mrs. Jos. F. Gleicher. Reservation Chairman, Mrs. Max Dreyer, phone 5-3594; Mrs. Harold Auslander, phone 58-3682. Reservations will be closed Monday, September 29th. Nov. 9 Set As Date For Goldfarb-Loveman The engagement of Miss Linda Yetine Goldfarb and Dr. David Loveman is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldfarb. 680 S.W. 7th ave., former residents of Birmingham. Ala. The wedding will take place Nov. 91 Miss Goldfarb attended the University of Alabama. Doctor Loveman, son of Mrs. Emil M. Loveman. 42!) N.W. 12th ave., attended the University of Miami and was graduated from Emory university, school of dentistry. During the war he served as an Army captain in the Philippines and Japan. Mrs. Julien To Report At Congress Board Meet A board meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter, Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, will be held in the Neptune Room at the Robert Richter Hotel, on Thursday at 1:30 sharp. The program chairman, Mrs. Lewis Julien, will report plans for the first regular meeting. Mrs. Herbert Glickman will talk on the arrangements for the Friday review. Fill used in constructing the $6,000,000 Rickenbacker Causeway to be dedicated' with the $11,000,000 Crandon Park here Nov. 9-10-11 totals 3,202.000 cubic yards. ORTHODOX TO NOMINATE A special meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held on Tuesday, September 30th, at 8 p.m. at the synagogue. Nomination of officers will take place. ^O^dietJRUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD HELP TO REHABILITATE EUROPEAN JEWS Jewish People's Fraternal Order Will Turn Over the Entire Proceeds of a BOAT RIDE THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2nd. AT 8:30 P.M. To This Project v acht "Scrcn Seas" — Pier 10 — Miami, Florida MUSIC — ENTERT A1NMENT SI.00—Plus Tax NORMANDY SCHOOL RESIDENT and DAY Kindergarten Through High School 'rations Niw Accepted for the Fall Semester Beginning October 1st OLDEST ESTABLISHED BOARDING SCHOOL IN MIAMI BEACH LEO HUBERMAN, Headmaster Telephone 6-1061 1021 Biarritz Drive FOR FREE ESTIMATE fihlm 33089 1? qw. 17tl. COURT. NEW M.OCATMON PHILLIPS PLUMBING 6229 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 78-6557 Quality 9ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 Murray Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. MiUer. 918 S. W. 4th Street, graduated last week from Southern College of Opiomelry, Memphis, Tenn. Murray, who was class treasurer, was the recipient of the L. A. Farmer Award which is bestowed each year by the optomelric fraternity. He expects to return to Miami by October 1st. District President To Address Lodge Meeting Louis Heiman, president of District Five, Grand Lodge, will be the principal speaker at the next meeting of B'nai B'rith, Coral Gables Lodge 1682, Wednesday, Oct. 1st, at 8 p.m. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce Dc Leon blvd., Coral Gables. Mr. Heiman will speak on "The Contribution* of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters to Community Service", and will welcome into B'nai B'rith order a new women's group being organized in the Coral Gables area. Sharing the platform with Mr. Heiman will be Mrs. Burnett Roth, chairman of Sholcm Lodge women's "Adopt a Family" project, who will describe the functions of B'nai B'rith in shipping food packages and clothing 10 needy families overseas. Dr. Leonard Glickstein, president, will preside at the meeting, and Sidney Block, vice president, will introduce the speakers. POSITION WANTED SELLING or EXAMINER on DRESSES MRS. ROSIE WEITZMAN 750 Collins Avenue Phone 5-6687 We desire to express our sincerest thanks for the many kind expressions of sympathy extended us during our recent bereavement. MRS. VICTOR MELL and son, LABE Mlll|| mill IIIIIIIIIIIII Mill II liiiiii'lnlm CONSTRUCTION CO. "BmUders 99 Bring your plans for Apartment Buildings or Hotels to R. R. Adler 1634 Euclid Avenue Phone 5-4700 HARRY PEARL — HERMAN PEARL ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF JACKSONVILLE PLANT AND OFFICES AT 3330 EVERGREEN AVENUE "To Better Serve Florida." With the Finest of KOSHER ZION DELICATESSEN PRODUCTS And Other Leading National Brands Florida Provisions, Inc. 3330 EVERGREEN DRIVE JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 1 %  • 1 1 1 t



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PAGE FOUR + lewl$HtorK&* ri ;. •> Editorial Remorse or Maneuver? The reported decision by the British cabinet to accept the majonty report of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine may well be the turning point in the solution ot me Palestine problem. At this writing there is still no official confirmation that such a decision has been reached. Most London reports intimate that the cabinet has decided to yield the Falestme mandate to the United Nations and to withdraw the huge security forces from the Holy Land. Ordinarily such news would be cause for profound elation in the Jewish world. However, in the light of British conduct in the past it would be well to reserve applause until all the: facts are known. It is said that the cabinet's action was due to, the sudden "conversion" of Bevin to the point of view known to have been held by many of Britain's labor leaders. It would be idle to speculate on the motive behind this reported conversion except by way of noting that reports recently were multiplying that the vast majority of Britain's Labor Party was not only critical of but disgusted with Bevin's Palestine policy. On the basis of the report it appears that the United Nations General Assembly will have to accept the majority report of its own committee'. But there is talk that Britain's acceptance of the report is qualified by certain conditions. If these conditions are fair a solution of the problem should not be difficult. But there is a distinct possibility that Britain's terms of acceptance may be in the nature of a maneuver to thwart the handwriting on the wall. We shall wait and see. Another good omen was the disclosure that the official document prepared by our own government for the guidance of the members of the American delegation gave the strongest arguments for Jewish demands. That document not only stressed the pro-Jewish pronouncements of every President of the United States since Woodrow Wilson, but indicted the Mufti of all the charges that have been leveled against him by Jews. In view of that fact it becomes apparent that it is the plain duty of our own government to promptly declare its backing of Jewish demands for the establishment of a sovereign Jewish state in Palestine as contemplated by the Balfour Declaration and the Palestine Mandate. Such a statement would influence and speed a solution of the problem by the United Nations. Arabs To Wage Hitter Fight (Continued From Page 1) t ( form an opinion based on extensive research and careful study." .. A dispatch from Bagdad said ihal the U.S. and British embassies had been handed notes from the Iraq Government, which warned that it and the olher Arab slates would furnish unlimited aid to the Palestine Arabs, if the U.N. votes to partition Palestine. The dispatch said that other Arab states sent similar notes to the American and British Governments. The Iraq Note said the Palestine Arabs would be given money, arms and armies Hector McNeil, chief ate, .. but said TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. Muctty Confidential (Copyright, 1W. Seven Art* Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON INSIDE STORY The full story of Rabbi Baruch Korff, arrested by the Fr I police on the charge of preparing to bomb London, has n been told Here are a few inside highlights Korff h" 6 ** ; connection with the Stern group ... He is extremely vain" 0 fellow who can best be described as a publicity hound r Scotland Yard did not merely use Gilbert, the America I pilot, (who, incidentally is a Jew), after he had contacted Kol !. Gilbert probably worked as a British agent right from start, and it was he who, in his capacity as agent provocateur' British s et the trap for Korff The arrest was timed to counteract isin f "'/.'."'t"" i he bad P ublici, y Britain expected to—and did receive in co I K ; ;;,.; nechon with its Hitlerite policy in the Exodus case n *, Government on the UNSCOP words, Britain wanted to impress public opinion with the terndations would not be'roust character of those who are engaged in illegal immiqra ibly until some j Hon to Palestine And wanted to make certain that French tion to Palestine future tin e. He implied that the' p ublic opinion would not speak up for the Exodus refuaeeT 111 would be ">;"lc ( Korff is merely a very stupid fellow who made himlf „ !" Ad Hoc.Committee f viclim b shouti from the house tops about SUE tffsome iSS k P—jft -'uaJs into Palestine To badttS cause has to suffer because there are no ways of restraininq In attacking the UNSCOP parthe crackpots. ~" tition n mendations, Kl ouri said that the J' us arc not a nation, but a religious group. By establishing a Jewish state the U.N would actually establish a t ocratic state which is cony to American principles, he argued. "Secretary of state Marshall," he continued, stated in his, The Jewish Agricultural Siibbalh The Synagogue Council of America and the Jewish Agricultural Society deserve credit for the institution of Agricultural I Sabbath, observed this year on Saturday, October 4th, the I Sabbath of Succos. On that day Jews throughout the land will be asked to give thought to their brethren, here and elsewhere, who are deriving a livelihood from the soil. The Synagogue Council has reguested that, on Agricultural Sabbath Day, Rabbis in Synagogues and Temples should preach sermons relating to Jewish farm life and stress the importance of this way of life to American Israel. The Agricultural Sabbath bids fair to remain an annual event. Its initiation last year was an excellent idea. Its aim is to recall the past and tie it to the present. The ancient Israelites had an abiding attachment to the land. They glorified it They were bidden to love and nurture it. For the Jew the modern movement farmward is not a new adventure. It is a return to his ancestral calling. The land and the things pertaminq to it permeate much of the earthly Jewish thought and the pastoral note runs through much of Jewish writings from Pentateuch to Chronicles, through the Mishnah and the Gemora. The three pilgrim festivals. Passover. Shabuoth and Succos, are fundamentally harvest festivals. During the centuries of the Diaspora with Jews separated from the soil, these festivals lost much of their agricultural content m,Jh^ 0 SerV an C u e f A 9 ricultural Sabbath today should do much to revivify this spiritual heritage. k„I he IeW if h f ^ m movement ^ the United States, with the W^ g A and r d< ? n o e f the *** de Hirsch F"nd and he Jewish Agricultural Society, began in earnest less than I f.y Pr^dav flS.fl T 1 ,^ f ,eWi8h ll!e ln Ame r resent day flourishing Jewish farm communities are the result i'5f ^ rd WOr ^' inl ei9ence and perseverance of the thousands of men and women who came from many lands, fromdm u ll e nT nm u n,S b ? M a heal,h yself-respecting successful life on the shores and islands of a free continent J-wI to t^Sa? !" / ^ "TF" ,* nUmbers of American MISCELLANY Elias Newman's exhibition of water colors, in c receiving rave notices ... He is a Palestinian Max Band'i show of 29 oil canvases at the Vigeveno Galleries in Hollywood arouse ovations in the California press Marc Chagall's art will be presented in Paris next month,, under government auspices Richard H. S. Crossman, MP, author of "Palestine t"the"'"majority"reconv I Mtatfon;" Bartley C. Crum, author of "Behind the Silken Cure worthy of being tcin," and Sumner Welles will be speakers at a Symposium On given great weight by the Ui ited Palestine to be held on Oct. 13th under the auspices ol The States Government. I do not Nation The Ambijan Committee is shipping prefabricated tl ink i ant that his delegahouses for Jewish settlers in Birobidjan ... The American cart supporTlo "t^^mmenS H --/Jews in Yemen to reach Palestine is a woniy but in the face of such a one and has ,he a PP roval of Palestine Jewish leaders .. .No, statemei | I feel it appropriate 1S not included in the United Jewish Appeal As predicted that th< General Assembly be acU ,nis colmn, Chaim Weizmann will be returned to the world quainted with the Syrian views, leadership of the Zionist movement before long Although ; Louis Lipsky, Judge Morris Rothenberg, Rabbi Szold, Dr. SoloI L A D m n Kidman. Edmund Kaufman and Rabbi James Heller did JuWISn UlllZ BOX not a,,en d the Actions Committee meeting in Switzerland, nous of these gentlemen was entrusted with Zionist responsibilities in the United States during the absence of all the prindpd officers of the organization Why? ORCHIDS OF THE WEEK Our hat is off to columnist Drew Pearson, who last week Hadji Amin el Question: What are the "Naanuim"? Answer: During the Halle] prayers in the synagogue the four species are waved towards the four points of the compass,, and upwards and downwards,; published the authentic agreement between •'• u making six distinct motions. These motions are called "Naai uim" which means "motions or "waves." LEGAL NOTICE IX Tin; i i i i.'>mi>.\ niii: 'ii;. TIT COURT OP nil-: l.'Ai NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; M..eM ', "V* "?*" %  -SWNTT IX CHANCERY No 11197] "Win I>K11I,INefendant -' UK DEBMNOER i ; rthorne Street Bi ...•„. %  New fork. IOU ;iro hereby nntirioii and r. '" he Bill of Con • led % %  -'7. 1947 you I,-. •!,,. order ii week for not lulred idalnt cause, .,n or nthcrwis.the ni INtaken as • weeka it. The %  ln I %  %  Idian %  < y. Florida! 2 tl day 191", a newHpHper puba. o( September. Husseini, Grand Mufti of Palestine, and Adolf Hitler .. Tb contract, dated April 5. 1945 (a month before V-E Day), placed 50,000 Reichsmark at the disposal of the Mufti ... He was the official adviser of Hitler on problems" arising in connection with the extermination of the lews While the contract wo signed rather late, the Mufti was operating in Germany virtually from the beginning of the war Deputy Fuehrer Dieter von Wisliczeny, who acted as Hitler's Gauleiter in Slovakia Greece and Hungary, stated under oath that "the Grand Mufti, who has been in Berlin since 1941, played a role in the decision of Germany to exterminate European Jews, the importance of which must not be disregarded." ... Now the Mufti is recognized by the gentlemen of the Unitod Nations a the master mind of the Arab High Committee, which speaks for the Arab case at Lake Success. i: %  M5ATHKRMAN "• rk -.f i'ii, uii Court B) M %  OREKN, Deputy Clerk. MII.TON \ FRIEDMAN (CC8 ** I) Ii Marshall Address To UJf. Assembly (Continued From Page 1) this committee were not able to agree unanimously upon a number of ing that of partition," Marshall said, "they have been able to find the basis for agreement on eleven recommendations to this Assembly. Their achievement in reaching unanimity on so many points represents definite progress." He called for courage, resolution and restraint in reaching a solution. PARIS—(JTA)—The position of the Jews in Poland has imp: greatly since last year, both from the point of view of economies and security. Dr. Nathan Reich, t issues, includresearch director of the Joint Dis. tribution Committee, and chairman of the Department of Economics at Hunter College, said here. Dr. Reich, who has just completed a two-month tour of Poland, Czechoslavakia, and Germany, reported that attacks on Jews have ceased. Published every Friday sine ia7 f^.H S "'' Mlami %  Florida. En mn eon ^-'=' matter July 4, WO, at the Po,t ottice of M.ami The Jewl.h Fiorldiar. ha. aBsorb.d jptaBsar HBaSS On Two Years 13 00 15 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLAN? 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 20 Number 39 — Friday, September 26 1947 TISHRI 12, 5708 SUCCOTH-1947



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jch Women feet Chairmen Board of Directors of the I Beach Chapter, Women's „f tinAmerican Jewish L.' ss convened on Thursday, |l8ih at the Robert Richter at a luncheon. The presijjrs, Clarence Cohn, pre',. d appointed the followIhairmen for the coming membership, Mrs. Alfred i r co-chairman, Mrs. Ira 1 N '.. education, Mrs. BenjaJFeld; co-chairman, Mrs. lii-c Gans; fund-raising, Mrs. l,„ Baskind; commission t v and social action, Mrs. Crick Grossberg; Friday ref Mrs. Herbert Glickman; Lrman, Mrs. Anna TanenL cci-public relations, Mrs. Friend; delinquent memlip Mrs. G. Glazer; life hership, Mrs. John Marsa; airman. Mrs. Jerome Kimprogram chairman, Mrs. i Julien; co-chairman, Mrs. ; Lehrman; location chair. M s, William Loeb; arLnents, Mrs. Joseph Berf clothing collection, Mrs. A. Lbin; hospitality, Mrs. Jean Ian;' publicity, Mrs. Murray Isky: remembrance, Mrs. | r Seligman; donor lunchlMrs. Jol n Soifer; donor L'i. Mrs. Frank Glickman;" E-dance, Mrs. Mollis Janoff; pirman, Mrs. Morris Rabinoremainder of the chairmen | be appoii "'(1 at the next Tentative plans formulated for the Friday Iw, and I e program for the %  was discussed. Icb Youth Workers aed Juvenile Aides Ipiimtn i nl of five persons Hjuvenile officers in "ffiu-i to n eet the growing n: Beach juvenile problem |been made by Police Chief S Imed to work under R. B. land, juvenile officer, were: K Rathman, Miami Beach Ih Centre director of boys; fa Wucl er, Andrew N. BerDr. Leo Honigsberg, and L Kin;' Ic men will be responsible to per Loveland and will be bed to cases directly on his Vs. |e now officers volunteered he duty when Loveland, who lies cases on a 24-hour basis, almost swamped by the iber of cases in recent Jths. All five are active in Bperatioi 0 f the Youth Cen|on Washington avenue at boul' MIAMI BEACH Bftttr Class Listings On Jceanirort Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments E. BRONSTON, Realtor Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-58M "Trustwoithy Service" High School Used For Center Junior Services The Miami Beach Jewish Center held Junior Services for the High Holy Days at the Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium on Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur. Mr. Herbert Zuckerman, Educational Director of the Center, led the Congregation and sooke on, "Being True To Yourself", using an ancient Midrashic legend as his text. He was assisted by Mr. David Friedman, who chanted the traditional Torah reading, and Mr. Fred Berkowitz, both of the Religious School staff. Rabbi Irving Lehrman expressed his gratitude to Mr. Carl Wagner, principal of the Senior High School, for the use of the High School Auditorium. The A.Z.A. was actively represented at the Service by Stanley Ulish and Morton Smith. Jerry Klonsky and Earl Frankel took part in the Torah reading, ond Burton Farber assisted in conducting the Service. The floral decoration was provided by Nathan Strauss and the the Center Sisterhood. #7 PAGE FIVE 4 Mondres Parents Tender Sweet Sixteen Party Miss Lois Mondres was guest of honor at a sweet sixteen surprise birthday party given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Modres, 15 Sidonia ave.. Coral Gables, Sept. 13th, at the Coral Gables Women's Club. Instead of being greeted by the usual noise of a surprise party, Lois was greeted by silence, and the orchestra playing "Stardust", her favorite tune. As Lois danced the floor cleared until she and her escort were dancing alone. Then Mrs. Mondres sang original words, written by Mr. Mondres, to the tune "Sweet Sixteen", and IS of Lois's friends entered, carrying lighted candles. Entertainment for the 200 guests included a rhumba contest and a sweet sixteen dance. A special water plant on Key Biscayne can pump fresh water from the Miami mainland to the new $11,000,000 Crandon Park at the rate of 350 gallons a minute. The 12-inch water mains can carry a total of 150,000,000 gallons a day. u I Adult Courses To Begin Oct. 6 162 evening courses for adults will be offered by the University of Miami, Dr. William P. Dismukes, director of the division of adult education, announced last week. Registration for the courses will be held during the week of Sept. 29th, and classes will commence Oct. 6th. Thirteen of the courses will be offered in accounting. Besides the elementary courses, courses in cost accounting, municipal and government accounting, auditing, federal taxation, and a review course for CPA examinations will be offered. A course in internal auditing will be a special feature of the accounting program. Dr. Maynard Keecn of the department of management will be co-ordinator for this course. Lecturers will be members of the Miami chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors. Early Inspection Urged For Beach Car Owners Miami Beach car owners were urged by Capt. Jack Hoover, head of the city traffic department, to have their cars inspected immediately. Although deadline for inspection is Oct. 31, Hoover said those who have their autos serviced early will avoid waiting lines. Car owners also were reminded to bring registration papers with them. The inspection station at First st. and Meridian ave. is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily except Sunday. George Blumenthal PIANO INSTRUCTION Beginners and Adults Phone 58-2717 Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. FlagUr St.. Miami EXCLUSIVE MIAMI BEACH REPRESENTATIVES ol the nation-wide CAA-Approved AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE with nurse and doctor service if needed. LILLIAN DURRANT'S list Street Flower Shop |<23 Mtj street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 5-7527 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service I Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER GO rOLPERT 1200 CORAL WAY — AT "5 POINTS Richard Mack, Miamian. 38year-old war veteran, has taken the oalh as the third member of the Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission, succeeding the late M. S. (Babe) Douglass. Commissioner Mack was appointed by Governor Caldwell for the remainder of fhe Douglass term, and Mack will run for election in the primaries of next spring. HURRICANES TO LAUNCH 1947 SEASON The University of Miami football squad will open the 1947 season Friday evening in the Orange Bowl. Their opponents for tne inaugural will be the Baylor Bears, of Southwestern Conference. /%wteta#M> r eme ^710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-. r/iu Li M. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' WE Of FrClALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Injotmatton Gladly Futruihcd on Request SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclu sively Jewish HOUR luutct stxtrre e JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director Pennsylvania Nuptials Join University Students Pennsylvania was the scene of the September 7th wedding of Miss Diane Resnick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Resnick, Morion, Pa., and Burton Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen, 5985 Alton rd., Miami Beach. The wedding ceremony was performed on the lawn of the bride's home. Miss Resnick wore a gown of white chantilly lace, and her silver beaded veil formed a halo. She carried a bible covered with white orchids and stephanotis. Matron of honor, Mrs. Joseph Postol, sister of the bridegroom, wore a gown of blue chantilly lace. Miss Melba Pahl, Merion, maid of honor, chose a gown of bronge chiffon with appliqued bronze flowers. Mrs. Resnick wore gray silk shantung with a midriff of beads, and Mrs. Cohen chose a gown of champagne crepe and lace. Sidney Baer, Merion, uncle of the bridegroom, was best man. The new Mrs. Cohen attended schools in Merion and the University of Miami. The bridegroom attended the University of Florida and is now a student at the law school of the University of Miami, where he is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He served for three years in the Army Air corps. After a honeymoon in New York City and Canada, the couple will make their home on Miami Beach. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FINE FUNERAL SERVICE i-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE ington Ave, Miami Beach COWARD T. NEWMAtt Funeral Oir46ttr ABU e(S6NBEC, Tra,.rr la Nw Yttrkt 76th"'Si. *rjd Amsterdam Ave JS MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed She! Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664, 4-5928 or 9-1434 R"J!lBKB^2sf Ca PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" E.E. CARTER, funeral Dired ox "A Friend In Need" tOOt W. FLAGLER PHONE 1-26M I < .* ** t 1 1 < ;



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V A \ • I PAGE SIX RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave.. also be held Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes6 p.m. and I> cheloff; Canlor Louis D. Feder. 9 a.m. Services will be held Friday MIAM I JEWISH ORTHODOX r B at 7 p.m.; Saturday mornCO NGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17ih a .,1 6:30 a.m. Mincha ;it 5:45 aye Miam i. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Servici ; will ''' l0 Mil Pm '"'" [owed 3 S S Suci +Jeis*rkrldlnri Jewish Social Service Bureau Plans Membership Dri rollowed I j Shalos Seudos. I. bbi Mesehelofl will speak on Portion oi the Week Maariv 8:45 %  g U( vices will be hold ior sen M mday and Tuesday al 8:30 a.m.; d Monday evening at i, p n Ral bl Me ; doff will %  ; %  p • o Cantor ing al I will cl anl thi %  s. wl n ( ; „ i h ol the n • ., constructed ah, BETH TFII.AH. 935 Euclid ave.. pit ol Ni ices will i %  morning Beach. 'Rabbi"Joseph E. R.ickovsky. Symbol ol B Friday evening servii i at H I will speak Mincha ed b > VID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. M.-m.. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Ma, n W ith rice Mamches. tSo'Sen T tesda} Si 10 I n i i 7.00 ;; ;y will i sukkah • Fou m. undei l : '; on the Sisl M nd Tuesd iol I 30 a.m., R CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAMembers ol the membership committee of the Jewish Social Service bureau shown c ierrina with Chairman Mrs. Benjamin Meyers on plans for the bureau's membership drin a-e (seated, left to right) Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Meyers. Rabbi Max Shapiro (standing. left to right) .Harold Ungerleider. Charles R. Cohen. Mrs. Elry Stone, Judge Harold Spaet Leo Ackc-rman. Elry Stone, president; Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Herbert Scher. Commit members not pictured are Mrs. Nat Williams. Fred K. Shochet. William Feuer and Ma Jacob Eppsti ei %  i 30 p m. by Maariv. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL JUNIOR CONGREGATION. I i 01 S.W. 12lh ave., Miami. Rabbi ion April. Cantoi Mau 1i M R %  Sunday S i I i m 3:30 to F w i 11 Si i ss and %  ;v* comii • id on den ^ A : nq 'X Conto' V, f tR BONDED MONUMENTS SPECIAL DESIGNS %  PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 "Be Sine to Mark the oi Your Lovi Oi Experinced In Miami Since 1925 THURMOND MONUMENT CO. Two-Story White Building —Opposite— Woodlawn Cemetery. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN TER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Mij;r! Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldri ij. Friday bi Irving 1 • nn "Gl I tend 1 %  JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. Services I Saturda> i | 10. i ii i: i:! SHOPPING SERVICE DON'T 1 DO w !i Phone 5-7355 LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish: Can.or Sam ucl Kelemer. Sui I reach on "H V : tion ii ih I"ll"-'. %  • 0, succo : Is and cl ikkal absent I in ordi i to all %  I 00 p.m. in C Ilantoi San. uel K' : II' Sui Sunday fron • i 12 00 t. I riildren y parent:. %  i REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st.. Miami. Rabbi Colnirfn A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap Ian, rabbi emeritus. I 8:15. 11 be held on t 8 p.m., followed by a Servbc held Mondaj %  l R bbi Col ii an A. Zwitn both SI TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Succo ervice Sunday evening 00 p.m. Rabbi Raab will preach on "Skyscrapers Come Tun bling Down". Registration R ligious School and Hebrew NOW deliv-ung America's nw scna.ition.il premium gift. Brian it or not. A RADIO IN A BOTTLE. 110 volt. AC r DC. 4 tubes. Trji lample today. $!2.95. Agents ant ed througho it the ttate. Wnk wire or phon.Harry S. Schasft Distributing Co., 1800 S. W. 17*, Miami. Ph. 2-4429. Shipmin SUa| machines alto ivailable. .rM^^_., J&to JtjGUSt BROS Ry £ .r la the BEST? *• PAINTING DECORATING INTERIOR • EXTERIOR i Bonded Ar>rri'i ed Call 58-2419—5-0585 I REE ESTIMATES A x p Painting & M ** Decorating Co. j "Good to the Last Fin" 40 Ocean Drive Phone 5-3145 MIAMI BEACH I I WANT MY MILK CON:. i MCI ICAU DR. BENNETT A. LEE Announces the opening of his office for the practice of general dentistry and denial surgery. 6109 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7 7786 OPENING FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26 For Men Famous Name In Shoes 737 LINCOLN ROAD And Be 6ux Ifi FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin D" Milk "Milk Product!" Dmcro Protae d TEL. 2-2621 'ireater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. 4 Snapper Creek K K E It $2.45 taw DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME BEEP IN KEGS SOFT DRINKS BY THE CASE Tall 2-72KI FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE 304 SOUTHWEST EIGHTH AVENUE EVENING CLASSES UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI OCTOBER 6 TO JANUARY 29 S I I .\ I i II >\ KK I Inl.Mi \ K'P III i*l \ \ > i i .u.M'M i. i J: W \S I II >\ l-.K.N M HJA I" HAM MI KM' I H HIMI'OKI INTERIOR i>i:i-ni: \rii >N I I'AI.IA.N .II II i;.\.\ I.IS.M M AN Al il'..M K.NT .MAI MK.MATH S M I Ml HHIMMfUPHl I'HYSH'AI. EDUCATION I'll Ml S In It Mi l "' %  >f ..ss i III 'I,' Wl ..MAU' I .I.M. \vs,.ir TABIAIi [>IBB > %  i "'' %  SI' S M--H M I i II i-ION v | I.Ml /. > Eight Weeks Courses 'II UAI. UKAttl.NJ, MKHIMi ~ 'i 'V\ i I|(K I.M; %  •' Kll \l. ,.> IAIATI.M. HAItl.NIs, NAVIUA'l H >.N l-N I I'.ICNAL, si PI i iisu O.Nbl'MUl 1'IUM MtinoiJ.S NECTRICAX, KI'NUAMKNTAIi l'l,...MMI.M! |.. : AUI>'""""U A \ I A III '.N M M III.M'. Mil'I' ___,. %  a HTRENQT MATEBIAU AiM in.MHi in>'Y' u \iUtl lll.Ufc. 1'KI.M'< lA '^I'IIWI „ COWHTKUC-i 1U.N •* KAI'lii KWJKIVI'.HS ANU TilAX^.s.MH IBK" ^ >rt Concentrated conversational and commercial" s ; £ j "" offered in the morning in downtown M,,im and 3 REGISTRATION SEPTEMBER 29. 30. OCTOBER '. 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. W"0* Kuiilii-r inlorniulH'ii U"H .^aTlON 48-6581 Ex. 36 DIVISION OF ADULT EDJCAT University of Miami — Coral Gables. Fiori_



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9IDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1947 *Jenisfi fhrldlar PAGE SEVEN pdioc Selects Jew Director Iciniv Nemarow, formerly of Ecinnati, haa been selected as L c ui *ctor of the NaT ,| children's Cardiac Home, If,,',, ol the institute anpinced. hi, Namerow comes to the lunir fter having served as asX.,,,1 i i the superintendent and Irsonnel director of the Jewish L,i;:l M| Cincinnati, Ohio. Tu.. altended SI. John's univerL iklyn, N. Y., Brooklyn llVc I 1 "' University of CincinI„ |nd Xavier university in %  ncinnati. He has received di%  0Ili:i hospital administration %  uni the University of Chicago. |Mr Nemarow is a member of L, A: an Hospital associate ,,| pei ionnel Directors. | TI| director assumed the L, w |,ic pays $6000 annually, |)t. 1. Cubans Pro Arab 11W \". A, Cuba—(JTA)— The f lommittee of Cuba has the firsl time in its history [, ,advertisements in [fluent al newspapers here, at,,k,n i Jews and appealing incut and the people ; Cub i to help the Arab world against the establish,i Ji wish state in Pales|n>. : Tii. | ;. al, wl ich is also signed h\ iminent Cubans of Arab I, that the Jews in K a similate and have It, i %  whatsoever in the af[j oui try. At the same |i, ippeal points out that 11 have been residing in P over 1.400 years, but Li .,! wilh the possibilM;, reduci d to a minorIt.. Indians in the United iixil Girls Plan Season's l{ veil Is Plans for programs and social events for the coming sei on were made by members <>f the BZB chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls at a recent meeting of the group held at the home of their advisor, Mrs. Charles R. Jacol on, Installation of officers will be marked by a luncheon party at Manning's restaurant, Sunday, Sept. 28th, at noon. Rosalee Margolis will be installed as p dent. A fashion show is bcinji scheduled by the uroup lor the first part of October. Other events planned by the girls are bowling parties, miniature golf contests, pot-luck suppers, and dam. Initiation of new members took place last night at the home of Rosalyn Mendelson. Beth David Students In Succah Party Beth David Congregation will 1 eli brate succos with a special for children Sunday morning at eight o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services and explain the various customs and rituals in connection with the holiday. Cantor Mam1 es will chant the traditional : Through tl e cooperation of the Board oi Jewish Education a movie will be shown. In charge of the affair are Mrs. Heniy Shargaa. Mrs. Nat Greenberg, Mrs. Sidney Conver, Sisterhood chairmen, and Mrs. Lillian Bock1 r ai d Mrs. Edward Safer, P.T.A. chairmen, LEGAL NOTICES DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 N E 1st Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St. PH. 30108 PH. 48-3442 WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 1200 Noon to 1:15 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Kaplan Calls Meeting Of Senior YM-YWHA A special meeting of senior members of the Miami Y M Y.W.H.A. has been called for Thursday, Oct. 2nd, at 590 S.W. 1 7th ave., at 8 p.m. by President Leon Kaplan. Purpose of the meeting is to act upon amendments to tin istitution. Among those amendments to be considered are qua: terly meetings of the executive hoard, enlargement of the i tive board, creation of an e: tive committee, and a chai n the duties of the president. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will lavt on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue I'HONE 4-5860 DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 7 5c %  Plus Bottle Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 rikCC FOR EVERY ULA J J PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture) Taps. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORL1N LOUIS GERBF.R INSURA NC5 420 1INC01N ROU MIAMI BEACH, FLA1 •PHONE: 5-297B / NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N K IS HEREBY lilVKN thnl MI. to ngnei1 i>ui in. ii i. Hi.ii. i UIOUH nuin* f SCREWBALL REHTAl'RANT al "•' M'>rtl ii l .Hi Avenue, Miami, in'.".i in register -:ii.i name iltli Hi.Clerk ..r Hi.Clrcull Court • !' I hide County, Elorldn JOHN WILSON. H \M Hi >Rl IW1TZ. -''; I" 3-111 17 :'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'< 'TU i: IS HEREBY OIVEN that ie umli KIII I, tlesit Ing i,, engage 'ii l.nIn. .i the flcl iii. .IInu nu %  1 JAI 'K TIIK WE.W I-.I: .ii 2 \-u U.K. \ enue, Miami. Klorlda, In"•nilii lo regt i. i H mi mi n ii n u Clerk ..i Hie Circuit Court of l> County, Klorlda JACK W, (IRE ESI IN. U ASM AN, sn.\ I :i; ,\ KAKoWlTZ. Itlorneya for Applicant, l" II III17-2-1. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ihEL8( IHN 29 9/5-12 ,:• 26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tint undersigned, desiring to engage I" iiiHineHH under Hi. fictitious name ol il S, K s w.ils COMPANY tnol Inc.), .a tils Wesl Flagler Street, Miami, i, Intend in register said name v .i Ii the i 'l. rk of the Circuit Court ul Dade County, Florida. MAX GOLDSTEIN IRVING KAISER HARRY Ml IT/.. A i torni > 1..,Applicants. 9 12-19-26 in '.-1" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring lo engage In under Hi. fictitious na f EDGAR LAURENCE BEAUTIFUL -Hi His. it,-, i ,i i register the said 1 with Hn clerk nf the Circuit i ..nit of I mile i "ounty, Florida. MURRAY ROTHMAN RUTH ROTHMAN BURNETT ROTH, Attorni y fot Applicants. 1 5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N" ITK;E IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ii" II i. desiring to i ii l.n-iii. H mill, i I Infictitious II. mi. I K A s AMUSEMENT CO. (Nol 1 ul nu lier IS67 Weil Flagler Ireel Mini h'loi Ida, Intend t.. regiime with Hi" Clerk Circuit i "out i "i I lade County, Kloridii. I II \NK S VLLANl i MARGARET SCHAEFER I'AVL u HI V/.M l\. Allot IppllcSntS. %  i; I" ::M-I7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai tint undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan f \RCA Y \ I'ARTMENT I f • 'Till., al 613 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beai h Kin., Intends to register said name i Hi Hi.. Clerk of ii..Circuit Courl if Dade County, Florida, ARCAY REALTY CO., INC. By: RUBIN SMUCKLER President Applicant MYERS, HEIMAN .*. KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant, %  B I" 3-10-17 \'' iTIfE is HEREBY GIVEN thai ill" nn • [ned are no longer -II i^nged in business under the fictitious win 1 SMI LEY'S C OF P 11 11 si II IPPE. al 1050 N. E. Firsl Av. Miami, r'la %  any other business at ilnaforesaid address. ABRAHAM GALINSKY BROL'CHA GALINSKY WALTER C KOVNER, Esq., Attorney. it 19-26 I" :i-in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engs business under the fictitious name of HARVEY'S FOOTWEAR, at 1111 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fin., Intends t" register Bald name with the Clerk nf Hi" Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I. FRIEDL.ER BURNETT Rl >TH, Attorney for L. Frledler, 3538 S. W. 1st Ave., Miami, Florida, 9/5-12-19-26 I" 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY niVEN tit %  T iln, undersigned, desiring to engugi In business under th fictitious name of PACIFIC EQUIPMENT COMPANY al 3049 X. Miami Avenue, Ml ml. Fin., int.-nil tu register Bald name with tinClerk "f tinClrcull Courl ••! Dade i "ttunty, Plot Ida. JOSEPH I. SCHWARTZ JACK COHEN SAM BILVER, Attorney for Applicants. X/J:I 9/6-12-19 86 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIIKIINV HIVI-IN lliit iln. undersigned, dealafng to i igagi In business under the iu-t.ti-.us name of JUCE men I'M. fnr-t Incot a t. i, .a 74L' x. u 62nd il Miami, Ia., Intends i gistei said nan e with the Clerk of tin Circuit Court uf Dade i lounty, Floi id i MAURIi II BR VUNSTEIN WASMAN .st SILVER, Attorneys for Applicant, 8 29 '.i 5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \'i ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN r it tin* undersigned, di Blring to eni it i. ii in. -< under the fictlt lou n u f D C I! A Tl. E VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURING i %  %  al t X. W. ii11€i Ave., Miami, Fla., Inti N to register >.ii.i name with the Clerk .f the Circuit C -t of Dade County, Florida. MRS. FRITZIE LITTMAN, Sole • rwner, 9/12-19-26 I" 3 1" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that !ln. undersigned, desiring to ens. -i liiislness under the fictitious nnme ..f MIAMI JUNIORS, at ..:i i N u Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to re| p Bald name ii h i he Clerk ..t the Cl cult Court of Dade County, PI BEN TRUPKIN, Sole i Iwner. 9/12-19-26 l '3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that '' I' KI I, to engage In %  s under tinfictitious name "t .WILEY'S, |.i.'..i x. I-:. First Ave i Intend to register said HI. i" with HeClerk nf ilnCircuit 'nun of I lade i' unity, Florida. II VRRY BRIKLOD Mm.I.IK BRIKLOD \ YLTER (' KOVNER, Esq., AIL .in,--, for Applicant. 19-26 In :MII (pomplek and 5bepem/atfe c7lf/e S&wice M IAMI TITLC & (frstract Co. II TEARS OF TITLE SERVICE III DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. Atnets Nearly $2,000,000.00 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. 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m& i PAGE EIGHT Negro Center Seeks Funds +Je*istfkrM**£_ B^^nnm*. Ruth Brotman Presents Pratt Veterans Program Obituaries WELL Y ith Centei at Dixie Par a proOct. l to raise $50,._. %  ...-.uuu : thi pi Atl U be Dr. Char! Clj l< A. Epjx :-; %  .-. European l i in, ai n tlj : % %  S %  '• itT %  committee, which is n Ai I -•. i ur.ty Solicitor B ert R I .. County Tax Assess J, N. %  jr.. Peace Just] :. Ok !!• :. v Th >n as S. %  %  •' %  ; • %  H ge B( n C %  '• u. !-. S • Hil r, k the t I tin %  V. F. Badj -.; Mi ; fith, : %  \t Mi; i Herald J D M : •. mi J s • :-' ; Dr Mauri \ g. Miphysic :. Atl Zarl Hoffi % %  %  %  W li : tinj Youl e Cou .. sol • ss, t let 1 lisinterest led I plete i .. tor nd Boy S YMCA ':"'• CA e thi • %  n ere thi H %  Iso inlist, ol %  ght lu tei LISTER v %  %  %  %  %  %  RLBIN \ 1 %  %  '' v H..H S| Beth Jacob Sisterhood Begins Activities A I 1 : at the • M Jack T. nk in tional 1 • %  rct t Servi ..: the ad i • :: T II • r %  • t 8 1 '•• • I • • • %  (ol the enl pared The S :.: its J .. ii Thurs• [ficially • ting A .be preisical proj Re..-. tl %  < g u e VIRSHUP %  %  Th • • ervlcei %  • • %  FINK • %  Utoi bumi .\ %  > .;. %  li %  H • la Mil H ai • • • -. |. -:%  Mm. May Good of i % % %  A B '..' and %  %  • Sid : %  I i • %  %  Kit] : I W VIM "p "^ Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslry 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 HAULING N:ne T^o Large or Too Small PROVPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 Get Oil the I 'ivntvn Track TWO BLOCKS from N. W. 27th Ave.. at the Corner oi N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St.. YOU'LL FIND MUSA ISLE HOME OF THE SEMINOLE INDIANS IF IT RAINS YOU WON'T 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 HOLY DAY PRAYERBOOKS S. .1. Fr.*:. First Av fabrics High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Est,m es Cheer/ully G luen | UJA HONORS EDDIE CANTOR FOt HUrVUNir^ <****, sat A* ir Ci '"tar Eddie Cantor, famous star of stage, n-rrm and radio, shown with Barnry Balaban, President of Paramount Pictures and Chairman of the National Motion Picture Divition of the $170,000,000 United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine, as Mr. Cantor reeeived the 1947 "Certificate of Award for Outstanding Humanitarian Service" on behalf of the UJA's nationwide campaign to speed the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement of Europe's 1.500,000 homeless Jewish survivor*. The award ceremony, held in Philadelphia, was attended by more le •• %  l,t0 community Uadm vU their support to s full**of the Philadelphia dmtka that city lo make a muiaaag bution lo this jeir'iiia $171000.000 eampsinTW I* day Mr. I.antor helped Bwa., drive off lo a flying inn all] moved on lo Chicago vhtrtka three da> addressing miJN


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ilDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1947 federation To Borrow Funds to leet Morgenthau UJA Appeal +JewlstFk)r id/fort PAGE NINE Clearing up an accumulation off mme r business, the executive %  mmittee of the Greater Miami [wish Federation at a meeting B t Friday responded to an urgi, t plea from Henry MorgenLu, national chairman of the fcited Jewish Appeal, by voting send the national office $200,|0 immediately as payment for Heater Miami's allocation for .47. [To raise this sum without den an "emergency appeal" was spatclud by mail and telephone [d through personal contact to contributors who have not It paid their 1947 pledge, urgIg they do so immediately. I'fo make certain Federation [ill be in position to send the )0,00U within the next few lys, the Executive Committee bted lo borrow from local banks much as needed to reach this km and to repay the loan as Jon as anticipated collections oin outstanding pledges were Iccived. %  President Jacob Sher informed k committee that of $921,169 ledged to the 1947 Combined Wish Appeal by 6,370 confbutors, ihe sum of $527,573 has fen collected to date, leaving outstanding balance of $393,i)5. He said the Collections Compttee under the chairmanship Charles Cohen was bending Hiv effort to bring this money and urged all who could do so pay up their 1947 pledges as bun as possible. [The B'nai B'rith Business and rofessional Women's Club and pt Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai I'rith were accepted as organiItiona] members of the Fedration. Mrs. Max Dobrin, Jacob Sher nd Morris Klass were named as federation delegates to the Dade lounty Council of Social Agenles. President Sher announced that number of community deletes will represent Greater MiIni at the Palestine Conference Washington, D. C. on Oct. 1th and 12th. Names of these bpresentatives will be made ublic shortly, it was announced. liss Fleischer to Attend beddings. Convention : Edyth Fleischer will leave for lew York on October 2nd to atfnd the wedding of her nephew amuel Weinstein to Beatrice khen, on October 18th. She will |so attend the wedding of her ou.-in, Samuel Dickerman which % ill be held October 11th in •rooklyn. Miss Fleischer will remain in lew York for a month during rhich time she will act as an ofIcial convention delegate from no Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah Miami Beach. The National fonvention will be held at At>ntic City on October 24th, 25th Tid 26th. More than 11,000,000 pounds of |*1 were used for bridge work f)d reinforcing the $6,000,000 lickenhaoker causeway to be Jedicated with $11,000,000 Cran|on Park Nov. 9, 10 and 11 durfB the three-day Tequesta FesIval. Sholein Members Attend Breakfast Key workers of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith will attend a complimentary breakfast Sunday at the Rosedale restaurant at 9:30 a.m. The breakfast is being given in conjunction with the Lodge's program to stimulate interest in B'nai B'rith. Using the slogan "Save a Member for B'nai B'rith," the men will form teams and visit members of the organization. They will report back to Alex S. Cohen, chairman of the program. President Sam Silver and Vice President Marx Fein berg have invited prominent B'nai B'rith leaders of the community to the breakfast. Plans for the fall membership effort are being made by the Lodge. A goal of 250 new members has been set for the drive, which is being headed by Marx Fein berg. Three Fold Program Features Hadassah Meet The Greater Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold its first general meeting of the season on Thursday, October 2nd. Miss Doris Albin, president will chairman the session, scheduled for 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, Chase Avenue at 41st Street, Miami Beach. The meeting will feature a three fold program, by stressing Jewish Education Month with a bulletin display of educational literature as well as current happenings at home and in Palestine. The second phase will be the membership quota, which this year is 200 new and re-enrolled members. Simultaneously, the unit's newspaper, "Kol Aliyah" (Voice of Youth) will make its first appearance of the new season. Recommendations of plans for the year will be presented in playlet form, under the direction of Miss Beverly Raphael, program chairman. The Choral group, under the leadership of Miss Sonia Zais will offer musical selections to conclude the evening. FINEST IN SMOKED MEATS OF ALL KINDS Florida National Kosher Provision Company Phone 3-4225 230 N. W. 5th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Under the Supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Rabbi Motea Meicheloff g* Rabbi Murray Qrauar MEATS AND POULTRY j| Wholesale and Retail I GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Named JDA Executive Director Victor Larner (above), former national campaign director of the Jewish Welfare Board, has been appointed executive director of the Joint Defense Appeal, it has been announced by Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, president of the American Jewish Committee and New York State Supreme Court Justice Meier Steinbrink, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nia B'rith. As executive director, Mr. Larner will be in charge of the fundraising activities of the Joint Defense Appeal which serves as the financial arm of ihe American Jewish Committee and the Anti Defamation League, making possible their coordinated program of fighting anti-Semitism and protecting democratic liberties on the American scene. The JDA is currently driving for $6,000,000. After a lengthy experience in Mr. Larner comes to the JDA community problems and fundraising techniques acquired at the New York Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, the Greater New York Fund, Russian War Relief, Jewish Welfare Board and the American Fund for Palestinian Institutions. /VVjGUfiTBROS.Uv/' lv f I. ,11 I w THE Holland House 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-9748 Chef Special DUTCH STEAK SANDWICH 65c DAILY BLUE %  -, PLATE from !P*M5 Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 to 11 A.M. Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Under the Personal Supervision of C. F. 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PAGE TEN Pjewisti ntrldmr raiDAY.Sg TEMnn, I I %  % &f •JWV Post Installs Officers* Awards Illation Installation of officers was the highlight of the meeting of the Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174 iif I he Jewish War Veterans, Moi day, Sept. 22nd at 1545 S.W. Third st. New officers are 01 bie Roscnthal, commander; Eugene Spector, senior vice commander; Sid Horn, junior vice commander; Oil. Michael Isenberg, judge advocate; lly Morris, adjutant; Irving Birnbcrg, officer of the day and Frank Kline, quartermaster. Trustee for the post are Eddie Levine, Jack Burg and Eddie Roscnthal. Installation officer was Abe Goldmbn, past state commander. A citation for outstanding service to the post during the past y< ir was presented to Nat Slaff, ii lifetime men *r of the Was II ton, I). C. post and an honorary member of the Miami organization. People's Fraternal Order Holds Boat Ride Proc i dof a boat i ide sored b; tl e Jewish P< ople's Frat< rial Order, Branch No. 192, will tx •-' d toward t! e rehabilitation, of the Jewish masses remaining in Europe, the aim of a campaign now being conducted by the organization. The boat will be held on Thursday, Octobei 2i d, at 8:30 p i on the "Sevei Si as" which will leave from pii r 10. Miami. Admission will be 51 20 including tax. Tickets may be secured by calling I i27. Debbs Chapter Entertain Cardiac Children Sunday DEBBS Chapter. B'nai Brith Young Women will present a program at the National Children's Cardiac Home Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Faye Frc.dman will sing, accompanied by Rita Jo Quartin. Hostesses will be the Misses Jerry Benash, Eleanor Bressler, Sonny Comander, Edythe Feldman, Dolly Fishbein, Anita Goldman, Shirley Goldstein, Barbara Hittlcman. Phyllis Honig, Rence Kaler, Beverly Koch, Marilyn l.ayton. Arline Libman, Roslyn Morris, Elaine Pollack, C h a r 1 i 11 e Sandier, Mvra Scheer, Bobby Schwartz. Rita Schwartz and Thelma Schwartz. The hostesses will entertain the children with singing, playing of children's records and names. Jean Nevel is chairman of the program which is being given as part of the DEBBS' community service program. Rabbi Schwartzman To Head UAHC Field Work Lodge Bulletin Wins Honorable Mention Sholi Lo Ige B'nai B'rith has bei ed thi Hono ioi Certificate for its lodge bulletin which was 'tried in the 9th annual National B'nai B' • Bulletin Contest. The award v as made by tl National 1 : Radio Bureau of B'nai i : : "excellent typography, 1 to B'nai B'ritl The Sholem Lodge Bulletin has : led in thi past year by Chi rles R. Jacobson and I nk Jaffe. Over '200 lodges from all over t c Ui i ed Stale.participated in tl i ann lal competitii Roth Elected Head Of Fair Rent Group Burnett Roth, Miami attorney, has bee:, elected permanent hairman of the recently formed Dadc county fair rent council, it VI announced. Elected to serve as vice chairman were Max Goodman, president Miami-Miami Reach Tenants league; John J. Peti rs, meat (•utters local, AFL, and Edward T. Graham, executive director, negro service council. Other officers elected included Mrs. Revy Balkan, recording secretary: Ruth Lieberman, FDR club, corresponding secretary; Arthur Kimmel, Jewish War Veterans. treasurer, and Max M. Singer, Miami Beach CIO official, executive secretary. ^n^ : &&*& 1 t %  *. w>$ > /* &f -• • %  *? %  r L ^ck-** a §L w* JAX AIMS AT S350.000 Jacksonville, Fla, had an au-picious opening of its United Jewish Appeal campaign last week, as Sam Wolfsoi President of the Jewish Community Council, presided at a Big Gifts meeting which raised $120,000 towards the goal of $350,000. Aired Fleishman. Chairman of St. Louis' campaign, was guest speaker. Sam Kip:.is is General Chairman. Messrs. Stein. Coleman and Kipnis are also serving .is Big Gifts c rmen. Mrs, Ben Stein is Chairman of the Women's Division, Ben Stark is Executive Director, Rabbi Sylvan D. Schwartzman ha§ been appointed director of Field Activitiei of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, it was announced by Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president. Rabbi Schwartzman, a graduate of the Hebrew Union College, served since his ordalnment six years ago as rabbi in Augusta, Georgia. He is the author of a text-book, soon to be published, on the history of Reform Judaism. A native of Baltimore, Rabbi Schwartzman will make his headquarters in New York City. FASHION SHOW POSTPONED Tl i fashion show dance which was to be given by the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Business & Professional women at the Versailles Hotel September -4 will be held on October 11th. Change in date is due to the recent hurricane. All tickets purchased for the affair will be honored. 5oj* To &*, AUGUST BRO&fty* IS-'thc BEST*-. *• 'A ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lois Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH 58 .3756 ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ You never know when one or more of these common ailment* may come along and interfere with your work or pleasure. So be wise—have a plentiful supply of Alka-SelUer on hand for the quick relief it offers. Just drop an Alka-Seltier tablet or two in a glass of water, let It fizz, then drink It. No shaking, no stirring, no trouble at all. At jjll dru? stores. m When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time to Buy Some MOKf TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TVItlS T. I lll|| TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HECTOR SUPPLY CO. EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN-LAWNS-FARMS Phone 2-0541 Branchet-Homesi.ad, West Palm Beach, Btllt Glad. JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN Everything happens in Brooklyn. The Dodger overcome by the splendid work of the team in the w "f^"* 1 decided to put World Series tickets on sale. Nobody w 7 '"^ that but, unfortunately for Jewish patrons, the front offirp 3 ^ 8au to put the ducats on sale Rosh Hashanah. After receiv ^ requests during the Holy Days the management as an after^h 32 '*" 1 announced that an extra day would be granted Jewish ni i due to the holiday. Where the club will put all the amli* something only a Solomon can decide. iPcants b Another National Tennis Championship has horn deride out serious contention by a Jewish player. Irv Dorfman ik %  star, flashed for a brief moment in the early eliminations hi t Y from the tournament by the time the quarter finals wVro I"* 1 Dorfman now appears to be a better bet than Greenbere th i rt Northwestern net leader, in future national and into !" r matches. •"matioim Speaking of a Yale man we going great guns as a guard on _;iu r.u : O'Dell thinks very highly of the Jewish lad and tells intirn a i,!* re are reminded that Vie V,.L Old Eli's first eleven 111't • Jewish lad and tells inZx~T Fritz Barzalauskas. last season's stalwart, will not be miTiV, much with Frank charging from the guard position. "• Leftl Al Sherman is getting quite a bit of work behind T„„ Thompson in the Philadelphia Eagle backfield. Sherman a to 1 the light side, tosses a nifty pass and is slated for fairlv h*m, w" in the Greasy Neale "T" formation setup. > a ctl Abe Saperstcin, dynamic little sports entrepreneur from m. cago. is busily engaged in drawing up a world-wide basbtM schedule for his Harlem Globe Trotters. Abe is taking the S five to Canada and Hawaii among other stops. He was dickering?* an Australian tour but dropped negotiations after learning 0 I. tfc many restrictions that would be imposed upon his entourage Another Chicago basketball impresario. Art Morse, is completm his basketball plans for the forthcoming year at the Chicago s2 dium. Art is in charge of Collegiate double headers there (eaturia Big Nine quintets and also handles the Chicago Stags, membeni the BAA loop. Morse is trying an innovation this year in presents professional double headers. The Stag will team with a Chicaa representative of the National Basketball League in presenting hrj bills. Originally the Chicago Bears were slated to join the Stagsbtt at the last moment Owner White removed his team from th National League to form a new sixteen-team loop featuring Ba stars. • • • Herman Barron has been selected to the American Ryder Cop Team which will meet the British in November. The Portchesler pro was selected because of his splendid golf record during the past two seasons. After an early summer slump Barron is agait hitting the pill with amazing accuracy. TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR! I Mr. and Mrs. Abo Italia* DALLAS GROCERY 6700 N.W. Fifteenth Avenue • Phone 7-9578 To Jewry Everywhere A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates BISC A Y N E H ONTON TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 11. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Line of Fertilisers for All Occasion! 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L Y SEPTEMBER 26, 1947 +Je*lsbncrldlic*ti PAGE ELEVEN Jewish Quiz Box %  i has published a 55 succos. as dwellings during their wanderings in the Wilderness of Sinai. Q. What is a contemporary practice regarding the Succos which is becoming widespread? A. The erection of larger Community Succos by SynaCenters, which are utilized by gogues and Jewish Community the Jewish community at large. Q. What does the Succos symbolize? A. It is an emblem of the Galut (Exile), and suggests the temporary abodes which the Jews have found in various lands from which they were uprooted by persecution. A. A festive palm branch which is waved by observant Jews during the Succos festival; a palm branch, three myrtle twigs (Hadassim), two willow branches (Aravot), and a citron (Etrog). "Lulav" is the word applied for short to all elements, Q. What is the Lulav and of what elements does it consist? A. A festive palm branch which is waved by observant Jews during the Succos festival; a palm branch, three myrtle twigs (Hadassim), two willow branches (Aravot), and a citron !V,;< l '.'.'.'.mii=iV' : h >"'" ,' „" material U,t planning %  ... ,iufor M'linK and old, h 'T, The l.'WiHh Holidays. iL.iis iiii


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PAGE TWELVE 9-Jmlstncridlar FRIDAY, SE PTEMBER •k • UVIS OF OUR TIMES DR^CHAIJO^ilZMANN ~M W NORMAN^ ^ ^ .— >T RHO Di. jggpHM A If YSAROlD BOY WROIt TO AH OLD fMHb AMD EXPLAINED THAT AFTER SERIOUS CONSIDERATION, FILT THAT'PALESTINE IS THE ONIY SOLUTION"... TO JEWRY S PROBLEMS, HE SUMMED UP BRIEFLY THE BASIC PRINCIPLE THAT BECAME THE THEME Of ..LIFE'S WORK. fHIS IS THE STORY OF*THE BUILDER OF THE JEWISH COMMONWEAITH"MfUl IN RUSSIA IN 1874, SON Of A LUMBER DEALER, WEIZMANN WORKED HIS WAY THROUGH SCHOOL DESPITE THE OBSTACLES PLACED IN THE WAY OF EDUCATION-SEEKIN6 JEWS. DURIN6 THESE YEARS. HOWEVER.WEIZMANN WAS ACTIVE IN THE ZIONIST C0N6RESS AND DEVOTED MUCH Of HIS TIME TO JEWISH INTERESTS. IT WAS IN RECOGNITION Of HIS DISCOVERY OF SYNTHETIC ACETONE DURING THE WAR, THAT LORD BALFOUR ISSUED HIS FAMOUS DECLARATION IN 1917, STATIN6 BRITAIN'S FAVORABLE ATTITUDE TOWARDS A JEWISH HOME IN PALESTINE. AFTER STUDYIN6 AT FREIBURG AND BERLIN. WIUIAAHN'S FIRST POSniM WASINGUEVAWHERE.INTHl COURSE Of HIS CHEMISTRY IFCTURES. HE MET THE PRITTY YOUNG GIRL WHO WAS TO BE HIS MM. IN 1904 AfTER HIS MAMtUfit TO VfRA KAZMAN, HE ACCEPTED A POSITION AT TK UNIVERSITY Of MAKWSTfR IK WGIANO WHERE HE KMAlKD UMU 1916. A YEAR LATER, AS PRESIDENT Of THl WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZATION WEIZMANN lIO THE CORNER STONE Of THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN JERUSALEM, AH IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY HE HAS NEVER FORGOTTEN. fROM 1918 ON, HE ATTENDED PEACE CONFERENCES WORKING FOR A MANDATED PALESTINE. IN 1929, WflZMANN BECAME PRESIDENT OF THE NEWLYfORMED JEWISH A6ENCY, AID ALTHOUGH Hi PROTESTED AGAINST THE ARAB RIOTS AND THE SUBSEQUENT BRITISH WHITE PAPERS,HE SIIU BELIEVED. AND DOES TODAYJN BRITAIN'S 6000' ,A SF/4 AT THAI TIM£ NE WAS APPOINTED DM* !" THE ADMIRALTY CHEMKAl UMMTONftY LONDON AND ASSUMED TW RESPONJiS *MK ENGLAND WIN THE WAR MOW pj DURING WORLD WAR H WWMAM CONTRIBUTED SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE TO AID THE ALLIES. DESPITE TM BLOW Of THE LOSS Of MIS SON. AH RAF PILOT, WllZMANN WORKED ON fERYENTLY.* AN EFFORT TO HAVE PALESTINE ESTABLISHED AS A JEWISH STATE. IN I94G, AT THE WORLD ZIONIST COMES] I BASLE,WEIZMANN WAS NOT REaECHO PRESIDENT, KCAUSt A YOUNGER £*Wf % %  BELIEVE M HIS "PASSIVE POUCYrwmVB THE '6RAHD OLD MAR Of ZIONISM" KM STIUTHlAURAOfA'pROPRETOfZai-. SINCERELY AND DEEPLY DEVOTED TO MS PEOPLE ADD PAUSTINI-W€IZMAN COPIIIGMT IM> • (IWUM TIUMAfWC Palm ItVnHi Personals Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shier have returned from Worcester, Mass., to spend tin* season. • • Louis Leibovit is entering his final semester at the University of Floi iila Law College. • Mr. and Mrs. I. Michelle arc occupying a home at 173 Evernia Street. Mrs. Michelle is the daughter of Mrs. Sophie Gallic. Mrs. Dorolhy Schocoff, daughter Lillian and son Jack, have returned from a visit to relatives in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Fried, 1601 Florida Avenue, announce the birth of a daughter, Martha Francene, at St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Fried is the former Annette Sylvia Dubbin. PTJJGUST Bros. RJ^ L£* la the 0/ iTf __ NURSERY • PLANTS • SHRUBS • POTTED FERNS • FLOWERS Joseph Melnick 1252 N. W. 33rd Street Phone 3-9801 Official Predicts Large Dade Voter Increase Number f voters eligible to go to the polls in the coming Miami election will show a 50 per cent increase over the total eligible for the last city election, Carl Holmer, election registration supervisor, predicted last week. Only those persons who failed to qualify undei the permanent systed and those who failed to vote in the last primary in May. CONCERT TICKETS ON SALE Tickets for the eight pairs of subscription concerts of the University of Miami Symphony orchestra are now on sale at 340 S.E. First st. Dr. Modeste Alloo will conduct the orchestra foi the fifth consecutive year. He will be assisted by Dr. Joel Bclov as associate conductor. 1946, and the general election in November, 1946, need register during the registration period which begins Sept. 30th, ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 TRULY NOLEN, President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION $ffljg w<5kw waw WITH A CHASE FEDERAL COMPLETE PACKAGE HOME LOAN 1. Quick service, free of red fape. 2. No loan fees. Actual cost only. 3. Construction loans, no additional cost. Interest charged only as money is paid out. 4. Lowest interest rates. 5. Low monthly payments. 6. No prepayment charge, if you wish to pay before maturity. 7. No appraisal fees. CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION mi iiMtd H4...tu-laH iiMk !•• •'* I,M tuimm C. t. CtmtNTS. ff Ht.t


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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ii^^wiisltUEIIiOipidliiaun
VOLUME 20- NUMBER 39
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
____________MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Arabs To Resist U. S. Support UNSCOP Plan;
Britain Indicates Palestine Withdrawal Soon
TOME
BITTER FIGHT ON
HOLY LAND ISSUE
FLUSHING MEADOW(JTA)
_The United States policy on
Palis!me came under heavy fire
from tl e Arab states this week
as general debate continued at
the United Nations General As-
sembly.
Sj: ian delegate Faris el Khouri
stressed that his country and the
Othei Arab nations would fight
the UNSCOP report, recommend-
ing the partitioning of Palestine
into Jewish and Arab states. "The
Arabs are convinced," Khouri de-
clared, "that the United States,
who.-e money finances Zionist
propaganda and terrorist under-
ground activities in Palestine,
can. if it so wishes, terminate
these evils and thus render jus-
tice and honest service to the
United Nations principles.
"American arms and money,"
he continued, "are being sent to
othei countries to help the ma-
jority against the minority, but
with regard to Palestine the
Unite.] Slates aids a minority of
intruders against the lawful ma-
jority. It requires much toler-
ance and hypocritical courtesy
to refrain from denouncing such
a policy."
Saudi Arabian delegate Emil
Feisal said that he had expected
that Secretary of State Marshall
"would not be so hasty in ex-
pressing his views on the problem
until such time as the political
ton.a ittee had occasion to meet
and disi uss all its phases. We had
expected the distinguished U.S.
delegate and his government to
take a neutral stand prior to
the meeting of the committee,"
he added. "Unfortunately, he im-
petuously expressed his views be-
for the other delegates had time
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Agencies To Aid
Exodus Refugees
LUBECK, Germany (JTA)
Jewish voluntary relief agencies
are ready to move into the two
camps holding the Exodus 1947
refugees with a full program of
assistance, following an agree-
ment reached over the week-end
with British officials, it was an-
nounced here this week.
The agencies will provide spe-
cial food supplies for the day be-
fore Yom Kippur. They also plan
to replace the German medical
staff with Jewish physicians.
Lord Pakenham, British Min-
ister for Occupied Territories,
made a twenty-five minute tour
of the Poppendorf and Am Stau
camps and said he was satisfied
with prevailing conditions and
was convinced all that could have
been done for the comfort of the
refugees had been done.
Pakenham also conferred with
the camp leaders who complained
that conditions were bad, but
added that this was not the im-
portant thing. Their man griev-
ance, they said, was the fact that
they had been returned to Ger-
many. Pakenham was reported
to have retorted that he could
not understand why they ob-
jected so strenuously to being
sent back. In a brief talk over
the camp loudspeakers, Paken-
ham told the refugees that the
British authorities would attempt
to make conditions "a bit more
tolerable."
NOTICE
Due to the Succos holidays of-
fices of the Jewish Floridian
will be closed all day Monday
and Tuesday. To insure pub-
lication of all news for the
issue of October 3rd informa-
tion must be in our office by
Wednesday morning at 10
a.m.
BEVIN TO ASK U.N.
MAJORITY REPORT
LONDON(JTA) Although
there are varying interpretations
here of the decision on Palestine
taken this week-end by the Brit-
ish Cabinet, almost the entire
press, including usually well in-
formed papers, agree that the
government decided that it can-
not continue to administer the
Mandate unaided.
It is understood that Colonial
Secretary Arthur Creech-Jones
is scheduled to leave by air for
Flushing Meadow, and will tell
the U.N. General Assembly that
Britain wants to withdraw its
troops from Palestine if the As-
cembly backs the UNSCOP ma-
jority report without any revis-
ions.
The press also states that
Creech-Jones will carry a per-
sonal message from Foreign Min-
ister Bevin to Secretary of State
Marshall, suggesting that while
whatever decision the Assembly
reaches is being implemented,
there must be some revision of
Britain's responsibility for main-
taining the peace in Palestine.
It is reported that the Cabinet
was disinclined to accept either
the majority or minority UNS-
COP recommendations as they
stand and feels that some new
solution or a modification of the
UNSCOP recommendations is
necessary. The majority of the
Cabinet indicated that they fa-
vored quitting Palestine, but do
not play any sudden British
withdrawal, but rather a short-
ening of the two-year transition
period recommended by the U.N.
Special Committee.
NEWS DISPATCHES
Estimating Liquidation
JERI SALEM(JTA)Despite
'he [act that the United Nations
has rendered no decision in the
Palestine case and that Britain
has made no public announce-
ment as to its intentions in the
Mandate, the Palestine Govern-
n"nt has already undertaken
several steps which might tend
jo incli.ate to the public that the
British administration is prepar-
">g to close its books. Among such
wves was an order to its sta-
nstical department to draw up
Win atea of the amount of money
required to compensate civil serv-
j<* employees for loss of their
jobs n the government is liquid-
au ment has been asked to estimate
" costs of liquidation.
Anti-Zionist Diplomat
FLUSHING MEADOW(JTA)
i was reported, without con-
fix '",' that James Wadsworth,
"''"< US. Minister to the Le-
for h- s- who is well known
MUm ^'-Zionist and pro-Arab
SvisTrntS" ohaS been *"* a"
dew n Pal<-stine to the U.S.
{J^t.on at the General Aasem-
Hls aPP">ntment is Interpreted
as an attempt by the State De-
partment to counter-balance the
naming as an alternate delegate
of Maj. Gen. John H. Hilldring,
who favors prompt action to get
the DP's out of Germany and be-
lieves as many as desire should
be allowed to enter Palestine.
Bevin Confers With
Arab League Leader
LONDON(JTA) Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin conferred
with Abdul Rahman Azzam Pa-
sha, secretary-general of the Arab
League, this week, but neither
would disclose the nature of their
conversation.
The Foreign Office has refused
to confirm reports that an inter-
departmental government sub-
committee which has been con-
sidering Britain's stand on Pales-
tine in the light of the UNSCOP
report has completed its delibera-
tions. The sub-committee confer-
ence was to pave the way for a
later meeting of the Cabinet on
the matter.
Ad Hoc Committee
The General Steering Com-
mittee as the first item on its
agenda established an "Ad Hoc
Committee on the Palestine ques-
tion." The United States repre-
sentative Warren R. Austin ex-
pressed it as his understanding
that this committee would not be
a sub-committee of any other
committee, but a committee of
the General Assembly with its
own jurisdiction and the right to
function like all committees of
the Assembly. The ad hoc Com-
mittee will consist of the 55 mem-
ber nations of the Assembly.
Senatorial Group
To Visit DPs
WASHINGTON(JTA)Three
members of the Senate Special
Committee to Investigate Immi-
gration Matters will leave Wash-
ington on Oct. 12 or 13 for Frank-
furt, Germany, to investigate dis-
placed persons camps throughout
Germany, Austria, and Italy, and
gather information for the study
of immigration problems con-
fronting the next session of Con-
gress, it was learned here.
Senator Champan Revercomb,
Republican of West Virginia and
chairman of the Senate's Stand-
ing Sub-Committee on Immigra-
tion, will be accompanied on the
trip by Senators Forrest C. Don-
nell, Republican of Missouri, and
Howard C. McGrath, Democrat of
Rhode Island, members of the
Special Committee; Richards Ar-
ens, staff director of the commit-
tee, and Thomas J. Davis, an in-
vestigator.
The Preparatory Commission
of the International Refugee Or-
ganization has received $1,000,000
from the now defunct UNRRA,
it was announced by UNRRA
headquarters. The $1,000,000 rep-
resents the unspent balance of
funds which had been budgeted
by UNRRA for its displaced per-
sons operations.
NOTED ETCHER DIES
NEW YORK(JTA)Funeral
services were held here this week
for Elias Grossman, noted Jew-
ish etcher who died at the age
of 49. A former cap-maker,
Grossman won a distinguished
He was especially well known
place for himself in the art world,
for his Jewish themes.
JEWISH REFUGEES ARRIVE IN
NEW YORK
NEW YORK(JTA)641 ref-
ugees of all faiths arrived here
this week from Germany, aboard
the Ernie Pyle. The immigration
of several hundred Jews among
the passengers was arranged by
the JDC and the HIAS, and they
were met by representatives of
the U n i t e d S e r v i c e for New
Americans and the HIAS.
Sergeant Killed
In Arab Attack
JERUSALEM(JTA)A Brit-
ish Army sergeant driving a car
near the Arab villege of Yehudia,
near Petach-Tikva, was killed
Sunday morning when the car
was ambushed. Another soldier
in the vehicle was not hurt. Al-
though it is known that the attack
was carried out by Arabs, an of-
ficial communique said "the iden.
tity of the attackers has not yet
been established."
The 19-year-old daughter of the
proprietor of a cafe in Tel Aviv
was kidnapped from her home
near Settlement Square Saturday
night, it is learned here. It is be-
lieved that the abductors are
members of a dissident group.
In summing up the week's ac-
tivities of the security forces, an
official press statement reported
that a total of 22 suspected Jew-
ish terrorists had been detained.
Of the 22, one was released un-
conditionally, five were freed on
bail, ten are under investigation,
and six are still under arrest.
MARSHALL TALK
TO U.N. ASSEMBLY
PRAISES REPORT
FLUSHING MEADOWS
(JTA) Secretary of State
George C. Marshall, speaking be-
fore the United Nations General
Assembly, indicated that the
United States Government will
support the majority recommen-
dations of the report submitted
by the U.N. Special Committee
on Palestine, which urge the par-
ticipation of the country into
Jewish and Arab states.
The Government of the United
States, he said, gives "great
weight not only to the recom-
mendations which have met with
the unanimous approval of the
Special Committee, but also to
those which have been approved
by the majority of that commit-
tee." Marshall did not refer to
the minority report proposing
federalization.
Marshall gave assurance that
the United States "intends to do
everything within its power at
this session of the General As-
sembly to assist in finding a so-
lution for the difficult problem
which has stirred up such vio-
lent passions and which is now
resulting in the shedding of blood
and in great mental and moral
anguish."
Declaring that any solution of-
fered by the Assembly "cannot
be ideally satisfactory to either
of the two great peoples pri-
marily concerned," he empha-
sized that the Assembly's final
decision "must properly await
detailed consideration of the re-
port."
Well informed official sources
clarified the Marshall statement
to mean that the United States
neither supports nor rejects the
UNSCOP recommendations at the
present time. So far as the mi-
nority proposals are concerned,
the United States, in view of its
adherence to democratic pro-
cesses, attaches greater weight to
the majority's recommendations.
Beyond this, it was indicated, the
United States will not go at this
stage.
The Secretary highly praised
UNSCOP for its contribution to
a solution of the Palestine prob-
lem. "Although the members of
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Federation Headquarters To Move;
Executive Committee Approves Beach
Offices of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation will be moved
from their present location in
the Congress Building to Miami
Beach, it was announced follow-
ing a meeting of the executive
committee held last Friday.
Three thousand square feet on
the mezzanine floor of the new
Annex to the Mercantile Build-
ing at 420 Lincoln Road, has
been leased by Federation, and
the new quarters will be in use
November 1st, according to pres-
ent plans.
The action was taken follow
the Committee on Location, ex-
plained that the move was neces-
sitated by the fact that suitable
quarters could not be found in
Miami at the rent Federation
was able to pay. Federation
headguarters having been in Mi-
ami ever since its inception, the
committee recommended t'h a t
moving to the beach would be
suitable recognition of the fact
that a majority of Federation
contributors reside in the Beach
area.
The Location Committee which
spent several months checking
on proposed sites includes, in
*..^ .-- -- ---------------- ii piuposea sues includes, in
ing a report of the committee on addition to Mr. Bertman Monte
location which recommended the Selig, Herbert Scher, J.'Gerald
change. | Lewis, Max Orovitz, Joe Stein,
George Bertman, chairman of 11. S. Shapoff and Harry Sirkin.
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personally speaking... (September Betrothals Announced
S^H^^^^ Wed Norn So=
her home at Huntsville. Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Zeientz, 1551 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach
announce the birth of a dauqh.er. Judith Ann. on Sept. 15th.
The grandparents oi Judith Ann are Mr. and Mis. Louis Zeientz,
pioneer residents oi this city.
...
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Applebaum are spendinq their honey-
moon on Miami Beach, following their wedding in New York- j
on Sept. 13th. The bride is the former Inez Schulman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Schulman, 1040 15th st., who attended
the wedding. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. S. Applebaum,
1305 Drexel ave., Miami Beach.
...
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Levitt, 851 N.W. Seventh st. rd., announce
the birth of their son, Bertram Jay, on Saturday, Sept. 20th.

Myron Levitt returned to Georgia Tech this week to con-
tinue his engineering course after a week's visit with his mother,
Mrs. Sonia Levitt, 835 N.W. Seventh st. rd.
...
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Reinhard have returned from a vacation
that included a visit in New York City, Maine, Vermont and
New Hampshire. They also attended the national convention
of the American Leqion and auxiliary while in New York. Mis.
Reinhard, district president of the Leqion auxiliary, and a past
past president of the Miami Beach unit, was a delegate.
.
Miss Rose Natkin, Rendale hotel, is leaving Miami Beach
niter a stay of 20 months.
...
Mrs. Miriam Wolfman, 1565 1 ve., returned Sept. 19th
from a three months stay in Palestine, where she visited with
her parents. Mrs. Wolfman is a native of the Holy Land.
...
Miss Leslie Goldberg, daughter of Mrs. Ida Goldberq, 31
W. 28th st., Miami Beach, lei: (or New York City to
rnter the Ann-Reno Institute where she is a freshman. Miss
Goldberg is a graduate of Miami Senior High school.
.
Miss Joan Tillinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tillinger,
2034 S.W. 14th ter., left this plane for the University
of Alabama at Tusr aloosa, Ala. A sophomore, she is a mem
I er of Sigma Delta Tau sorority und Triangle club, honorary
.-.ociety.
...
Miss Diane Prodinger, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H
Predinger, 1425 S.W. fifth st., has tied to the University o'
Alabama for the fall term where she is majoring in biologica'
aces. She spent the three weeks Intervening between the
summer and fall terms in Miami.
...
Albert Eskenazi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi, left
ior Atlanta, Ga., ie will enter Emory university.
...
Miss Wilda Whitman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Whit
man, 25G5 S.W. 27th st., has returned from her summer vaca
tion, spent in New York with her grandmother, Mrs. Bessie
Whitman. She will enter the University of Miami for the fall
term.
2200 Brickell Avenue,
the da!
ter, S S irU't0,Nr;
Ed S son oi Mr.
M, Gtorg. s. Sommers,
Paterson, N. J. ,
e-elect, a native ol
Miami ''
r High s.',,,.1 and is at
,, sent ni >r at Duke umver-
... ience.
'
n : ., n em-
\ i
Hill,;1 on, Miss
, .1 known In B'nai
[s ai .1 was first pre-
sident District B'l ai
ng servi
National B'i ai
B'rith vas first presi-
: ith Di triel B nai
is just chosen
national or-
Mi S :i : l"vr "f
Patersoi N' Jersey, ami is a
senioi at I Un v sitj ol North
Carolina, majoi am in chemistry.
H,. is : Tau Epsilon
Pi Fi "*5
.. 16 with the
42nd Rail bow Division in Eu-
Th( marrii ge will take place
December 23rd in the Robert
: Hotel. Miami Beach,
Molly Ann Boyell
Announces Betrothal
The engagi merit is announced
i| two University of Mil
eniors, Molly Ann Boyell,
daughter of Mr. and Mis. Harry
Boyell, 2336 Southwest 23rd st.,
o David II. Weiss, son of the late
Mr. and Mis. Edward Weiss of
Ni \ York City. Tie young cou-
ple will both graduate this June,
Mr. Weiss with degrees in Ma-
mie Engineering and Naval Ar-
'hitecture, and Molly Ann from
e-Med school. They are cx-
cted to spend their holiday va-
ation m Mi..mi, at which time
ounce their wed-
ling plans.
Moll) Ann is a graduate of Mi-
an, i High, and a member of Na-
tional Honoi Society,
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Levkoff are now making their home in
Miami foLowing his association with Dr. Morris Goodman in
the management of Goodman interests in this area
Levkoff was formerly controller of B. I'oreman Company in
Hochester, N. Y.; special assistant to corporate control of R II
Macy Company in New York City and treasurer of P.zitz Com-
pany in Bumingham, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mmtzer and daughter, Ethel, recently
returned from a two-months' trip abroad. The
time in Palestine.
?y spent some
Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach attorney, is spending the High
Holy Days with his mother and fa~
imily in Milwaukee.
Herman
Gordon Everglades hotel, was called to New York
Z that evening. Funeral services for the late Morris Gordon Took
place in Long Island on Sunday. ,0OK
o u^T F*?** Boye11 dau9h,e<- of the Harry Boyells 233R
Vi^ni? R \haS rGCently, ^ Mi0mi t0 en,er Rollin'^college
Virginia. Barbara, a graduate of Miami Senior High school'
plans to spend a week-end in the near future with her school
mate Dorothy Golden, also a Miarm High school graduate not
Rss rasa: ffis^o^rHS
s^rMonVtn^^ ~^ melt'ol
Miss Hope Tanenbaum
To Wed Leonard Rivkind
nt ol Miss Hope El-
;' n Tat enbaum to Leonard Mel-
vm R is in ing announced
by Mi I. nbaum's parents,
Mr. Samuel Tanen-
baum, 2103 S.W lit:, st. Mr.
Rivkind i- the son of Mr. and
'"1 A. Rivkind, RaK-mi,
hotel, Miami Beach, and form-
erly i,: B m M
The bride el< ct is a senior at
ty ol Miami, where
ializing m psychology,
' Alpl a Epsilon Phi
retary of Nu
highest honory so-
''. past president
: Henic council a
' i cheer-leading
and is listed in Who"s Who
Students m American
1 olleg. and Universities
Mr Rivkind is also a student
at the university, where he is
Chool of : Usi.
He
Ciliated wiM Tau Epsi
fraternity. During the
served a- a sergeant
infantry.
No
ling,
Molly Ann Boyell
Sara Rose Schwarti
HopeEllen Tannenbaum
Beth Jacob Meets
The membership of Congrega-
tional Beth Jacob will hold its an-
nual Succah meeting next Tues-
day. October 2nd, at 8:00 p.m., at
the synagogue.
Reports tin the activities of the
congregation during the past half
year will be rendered. Plans for
thi- year's activities will be form-
ulated.
The congregational member-
ship will join the Beth, Jacob
Sisterhood membership after
their separate business meetings
in a joint social hour followed by
refri shments,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bland
1530 Meridian a?e., Mian'
Beach, have announced tin
gagemeni of their daughK
Roslyn, to Alvin SauL son cf
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Saul, AI
lanta, Ga. Tentative plans to
a December wedding ha"
been made.
Total I : the
000.00(1 I!, ki nbacker Causnlj
to be d.
$11,000,000 C ndon Park M|
9-11, is :
Mayfair Bridge Club
is
ion
war,
witb
af-
Phi
he
the
been set for the
Nathan Ginsberg. 2921 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach i
covering at his home from a severe illness.
is re-
Mrs. Phillip Romer and children, accompanied h u
mother, left Thursday to spend several weekThJ Savannah
Symphony Ticket Sales
Show Large Gain
Rehearsals for the University
undef ;r ?iym?ihony orchestra
1 /Jje dnection of Dr. M-
AUOO are scheduled to be-
Saturday, Oct. 4. It will
20th anniversary yea, for
the Symphny orchestra
Subscription ticket sales have
' n reported to be over one-
,,! ,''"' ^- las. year. Miss |
kalian Rambam is in charse of
symphony tickets a, the Urn',cr '
Sty ticket offi(x, a, 340 <. "J
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[^flV SEPTEMBER 26, 1947
^Jenisiiflcridficin
PAGE THREE
ensus Plans
eceive Approval
Vl.ns for the forthcoming
' M community census to be
,.,k.ii under the auspices
'^Greater Miami Jewish1
' are rapidly shaping,
' ., ,s announced yesterday
, 1 M Kopelowitz, chairman of
J" nsus committee, following
,'.,.f B of his group at Fed-
, ',,. qsuarters last Sunday to
' .,;, the list of questions.
LShcr meeting of the full
knmittre is set for next Sunday
[Federation offices. The meet-
L .vlij begin promptly at 10:45
,,,, m this session, the com-
llttee will give* final approve
ihc ... | edule of questions, will
1 ,ia sliurtions to enu-
F |t(, will set the ball in
lotiun for the enrollment of
[(Kin vo ii leer ''(-n:;lls counters.
Taccoi ling to present plans, the
Lire ci.unty will be divjdtd
Li ten major areas, each to be
L charge "I a major. Each of
tgse n i areas will in turn
into ten districts,
i to be under the
tip ... ,n of a captain. Each
I, t j. to be further subdi-
,l,.(l into ten units, each to be
,, ibility of an enumer-
under the general di-
census committee,
j, ,i volunteer workers
,,11 Con it of ten majors, 100
ai (I 1000 enumerators.
temple Israel Sisterhood
fetes Board Members
| \ s Tea for the mem-
, Temple Israel Sister-
I I will be given at the
\ Joseph A. Richter,
B66 N Bay Road, Miami Beach,
gat lay, Si ptember 27, from
lull 4.
! liscussioris of some
planning will be held,
...tiding a preview of the first
wulai im of tlu> year by
Irs, i In in Zwitman, program
I scription of a new
mill project by Mrs.
^ii- Fi ii '. ways and means
i survey of the status
^f 1 i 11 :: 0 nl Living Judaism
urk, bj Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis,
lairni : 11 L.J., and the nam-
i I i> hospitality chair-
hen I Harry V. Simons,
pitality director for the
war.
Zinner-Auerbach
Nuptials Sunday
In a five o'clock ceremony at
the Shelborne hotel September
21st Evelyn E. Zinner, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Zinner,
6621 S.W. 43rd st., became the
bride of Steven H. Auerbach
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Auerbach, 1575 Drexel Ave. Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman offici-
ated.
Mrs. Doran Zinner, sister-in-
law of the bride, acted as matron
of honor while Josephine Zin-
ner, sister of the bride, was maid
of honor. Auerbach chose his
uncle, Gilbert Autrbach, for best
man, while Marshall Auerbach,
brother of the groom, and Dr.
Doran Zinner served as ushers.
The bride attended schools in
Canton, Ohio. and.the Traphagen
School of Design in New York,
and served in the Waves for two
years. Mr. Auerbach attended
.'('idols in Chicago, 111., the Uni-
versity of Chicago, and was in
the Navy for two years.
After a honeymoon trip in
Bermuda, the couple will make
their home in Miami.
Emma lazarus sponsors
picnic
Thi and Professional
V ima Lazarus Chaptct,
B'nai II ith, will sponsor a pic-
hir at Gieynolds Park on Sim-
lay, Sept. 28th. Scheduled tc
ave thi Miami Beach YMHA
m those attending the
participate in old-
&*' ioni d gi oup games.
SUNRAYi'ARK
HEALTH RESORT
f V/fr i r HOTEL- SANITARIUM
FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE
? AND CHRONIC CASES
. ItS t W 30 COURT
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Miami Beach Couple
Announce Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Saul M. Loewen-
stein, of 3145 Pine Tree dr., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Lois Cadette, to Don-
ald R, Klein. 4144 N. Bay rd.
Miss Loewenstein attended the
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine
Arts and the University of Mi-
ami.
Mr. Klein served four years in
the armed forces, attended Tem-
ple University and the Univer-
sity of Florida.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Council Women
Open Season
With Luncheon
National Council of Jewish
Women, Miami Section, will open
a luncheon meeting to be held on
Wednesday, Oct. 1st, at the Hotel
Robert Richter, 3301 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Invocation before the luncheon
scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m.
will be given by Mrs. Lewis
Brown. A very short business
meeting will be followed by a
musical program. An original
skit, written and produced by
Mrs. Jos. Williamson, Mrs. Ed-
ward Roth, Mrs. Wm. Slepian,
Mrs. Harold Auslander, Mrs. Gco.
Chertkof, Mrs. L. Kupper, Mrs.
Sam H. Taran, Mrs. Jos. F. Glei-
chcr. The guest speaker will be
Dr. Reinhold P. Wolff, Professor
of Economics at the University of
Miami, whose topic will be "The
Rising Cost of Living".
Mrs. Aaron Farr, chairm.in of
the luncheon committee, is being
assisted by: Mrs. Harold Rand,
Mrs. David Catsman, Mrs. Nat L.
Williams, Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
Mrs. J. B. Margolis, Mrs. Jos. F.
Gleicher. Reservation Chairman,
Mrs. Max Dreyer, phone 5-3594;
Mrs. Harold Auslander, phone
58-3682.
Reservations will be closed
Monday, September 29th.
Nov. 9 Set As Date
For Goldfarb-Loveman
The engagement of Miss Linda
Yetine Goldfarb and Dr. David
Loveman is being announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Goldfarb. 680 S.W. 7th ave., for-
mer residents of Birmingham.
Ala. The wedding will take place
Nov. 91
Miss Goldfarb attended the
University of Alabama. Doctor
Loveman, son of Mrs. Emil M.
Loveman. 42!) N.W. 12th ave., at-
tended the University of Miami
and was graduated from Emory
university, school of dentistry.
During the war he served as an
Army captain in the Philippines
and Japan.
Mrs. Julien To Report
At Congress Board Meet
A board meeting of the Miami
Beach Chapter, Women's Divis-
ion of the American Jewish Con-
gress, will be held in the Nep-
tune Room at the Robert Richter
Hotel, on Thursday at 1:30 sharp.
The program chairman, Mrs.
Lewis Julien, will report plans
for the first regular meeting.
Mrs. Herbert Glickman will talk
on the arrangements for the Fri-
day review.
Fill used in constructing the
$6,000,000 Rickenbacker Cause-
way to be dedicated' with the
$11,000,000 Crandon Park here
Nov. 9-10-11 totals 3,202.000
cubic yards.
ORTHODOX TO NOMINATE
A special meeting of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will be held on Tuesday,
September 30th, at 8 p.m. at the
synagogue. Nomination of of-
ficers will take place.
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HELP TO REHABILITATE EUROPEAN JEWS
Jewish People's Fraternal Order
Will Turn Over the Entire Proceeds of a
BOAT RIDE
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2nd. AT 8:30 P.M.
To This Project
vacht "Scrcn Seas" Pier 10 Miami, Florida
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Murray Miller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam B. MiUer. 918 S. W.
4th Street, graduated last week
from Southern College of Op-
iomelry, Memphis, Tenn. Mur-
ray, who was class treasurer,
was the recipient of the L. A.
Farmer Award which is be-
stowed each year by the opto-
melric fraternity. He expects
to return to Miami by October
1st.
District President To
Address Lodge Meeting
Louis Heiman, president of
District Five, Grand Lodge, will
be the principal speaker at the
next meeting of B'nai B'rith,
Coral Gables Lodge 1682,
Wednesday, Oct. 1st, at 8 p.m. at
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce Dc Leon
blvd., Coral Gables.
Mr. Heiman will speak on
"The Contribution* of B'nai B'rith
Women's Chapters to Commun-
ity Service", and will welcome
into B'nai B'rith order a new
women's group being organized
in the Coral Gables area.
Sharing the platform with Mr.
Heiman will be Mrs. Burnett
Roth, chairman of Sholcm Lodge
women's "Adopt a Family" proj-
ect, who will describe the func-
tions of B'nai B'rith in shipping
food packages and clothing 10
needy families overseas.
Dr. Leonard Glickstein, presi-
dent, will preside at the meeting,
and Sidney Block, vice president,
will introduce the speakers.
POSITION WANTED
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750 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-6687
We desire to express
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Editorial
Remorse or Maneuver?
The reported decision by the British cabinet to accept the
majonty report of the United Nations Special Committee on
Palestine may well be the turning point in the solution ot me
Palestine problem. At this writing there is still no official con-
firmation that such a decision has been reached. Most London
reports intimate that the cabinet has decided to yield the Fales-
tme mandate to the United Nations and to withdraw the huge
security forces from the Holy Land.
Ordinarily such news would be cause for profound elation
in the Jewish world. However, in the light of British conduct
in the past it would be well to reserve applause until all the:
facts are known. It is said that the cabinet's action was due to,
the sudden "conversion" of Bevin to the point of view known
to have been held by many of Britain's labor leaders. It would'
be idle to speculate on the motive behind this reported con-
version except by way of noting that reports recently were
multiplying that the vast majority of Britain's Labor Party was
not only critical of but disgusted with Bevin's Palestine policy.
On the basis of the report it appears that the United Nations
General Assembly will have to accept the majority report of
its own committee'. But there is talk that Britain's acceptance
of the report is qualified by certain conditions. If these condi-
tions are fair a solution of the problem should not be difficult.
But there is a distinct possibility that Britain's terms of accept-
ance may be in the nature of a maneuver to thwart the hand-
writing on the wall. We shall wait and see.
Another good omen was the disclosure that the official docu-
ment prepared by our own government for the guidance of the
members of the American delegation gave the strongest argu-
ments for Jewish demands. That document not only stressed
the pro-Jewish pronouncements of every President of the United
States since Woodrow Wilson, but indicted the Mufti of all the
charges that have been leveled against him by Jews. In view
of that fact it becomes apparent that it is the plain duty of our
own government to promptly declare its backing of Jewish
demands for the establishment of a sovereign Jewish state in
Palestine as contemplated by the Balfour Declaration and the
Palestine Mandate. Such a statement would influence and
speed a solution of the problem by the United Nations.
Arabs To Wage
Hitter Fight
(Continued From Page 1)
t(, form an opinion based on ex-
tensive research and careful
study." ..
A dispatch from Bagdad said
ihal the U.S. and British em-
bassies had been handed notes
from the Iraq Government,
which warned that it and the
olher Arab slates would furn-
ish unlimited aid to the Pales-
tine Arabs, if the U.N. votes to
partition Palestine. The dis-
patch said that other Arab
states sent similar notes to the
American and British Govern-
ments. The Iraq Note said the
Palestine Arabs would be given
money, arms and armies
Hector McNeil, chief
ate, ..
but said
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
Muctty Confidential
(Copyright, 1W. Seven Art* Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
! INSIDE STORY
The full story of Rabbi Baruch Korff, arrested by the Fr
I police on the charge of preparing to bomb London, has n
! been told Here are a few inside highlights Korff h"6**
; connection with the Stern group ... He is extremely vain"0
fellow who can best be described as a publicity hound
r Scotland Yard did not merely use Gilbert, the America
I pilot, (who, incidentally is a Jew), after he had contacted Kol
!. Gilbert probably worked as a British agent right from
start, and it was he who, in his capacity as agent provocateur'
British'set the trap for Korff The arrest was timed to counteract
isinf "'/.'."'t"" i,he bad Publici,y Britain expected toand did receive in co
I K ; ;;,.- ; nechon with its Hitlerite policy in the Exodus case ,n *,
Government on the UNSCOP words, Britain wanted to impress public opinion with the ter-
ndations would not be'roust character of those who are engaged in illegal immiqra
ibly until some j Hon to Palestine And wanted to make certain that French
tion to Palestine
future tin e. He implied that the'public opinion would not speak up for the Exodus refuaeeT111
would be ">;"lc( Korff is merely a very stupid fellow who made himlf
Ad Hoc.Committee f viclim b shouti from the housetops about SUE
tffsome iSS k Pjft -'uaJs into Palestine To badttS
cause has to suffer because there are no ways of restraininq
In attacking the UNSCOP par- the crackpots. ~"
tition n mendations, Kl ouri
said that the J' us arc not a na-
tion, but a religious group. By
establishing a Jewish state the
U.N would actually establish a
t ocratic state which is con-
y to American principles, he
argued. "Secretary of state Mar-
shall," he continued, stated in his,
The Jewish Agricultural Siibbalh
The Synagogue Council of America and the Jewish Agri-
cultural Society deserve credit for the institution of Agricultural I
Sabbath, observed this year on Saturday, October 4th, the I
Sabbath of Succos. On that day Jews throughout the land will
be asked to give thought to their brethren, here and elsewhere,
who are deriving a livelihood from the soil. The Synagogue
Council has reguested that, on Agricultural Sabbath Day, Rab-
bis in Synagogues and Temples should preach sermons relat-
ing to Jewish farm life and stress the importance of this way of
life to American Israel.
The Agricultural Sabbath bids fair to remain an annual
event. Its initiation last year was an excellent idea. Its aim
is to recall the past and tie it to the present. The ancient Israel-
ites had an abiding attachment to the land. They glorified it
They were bidden to love and nurture it. For the Jew the modern
movement farmward is not a new adventure. It is a return to
his ancestral calling. The land and the things pertaminq to it
permeate much of the earthly Jewish thought and the pastoral
note runs through much of Jewish writings from Pentateuch to
Chronicles, through the Mishnah and the Gemora. The three
pilgrim festivals. Passover. Shabuoth and Succos, are funda-
mentally harvest festivals. During the centuries of the Diaspora
with Jews separated from the soil, these festivals lost much of
their agricultural content
m,Jh^0SerVan.Cue f A9ricultural Sabbath today should do
much to revivify this spiritual heritage.
kIhe IeWifh f^m movement ^ the United States, with the
W^gAand rd Jewish Agricultural Society, began in earnest less than I f.y
Pr^dav flS.fl T1,^ f ,eWi8h ll!e ln Ame-
rresent day flourishing Jewish farm communities are the result
i'5f ^rd WOr^' inlei9ence and perseverance of the thou-
sands of men and women who came from many lands, fromdm
u llenTnmun,S' b?M a heal,hy- self-respecting success-
ful life on the shores and islands of a free continent
J-wI to t^Sa?/ ^ "TF" ,* nUmbers of American
MISCELLANY
Elias Newman's exhibition of water colors, in c
receiving rave notices ... He is a Palestinian Max Band'i
show of 29 oil canvases at the Vigeveno Galleries in Hollywood
arouse ovations in the California press Marc Chagall's art
will be presented in Paris next month,, under government aus-
pices Richard H. S. Crossman, MP, author of "Palestine
t"the"'"majority"reconv I Mtatfon;" Bartley C. Crum, author of "Behind the Silken Cur-
e worthy of being tcin," and Sumner Welles will be speakers at a Symposium On
given great weight by the Ui ited Palestine to be held on Oct. 13th under the auspices ol The
States Government. I do not Nation The Ambijan Committee is shipping prefabricated
tl ink i ant that his delega- houses for Jewish settlers in Birobidjan ... The American cart
supporTlo "t^^mmenS H --/Jews in Yemen to reach Palestine is a woniy
but in the face of such a one and has ,he aPProval of Palestine Jewish leaders .. .No,
statemei | I feel it appropriate 1S not included in the United Jewish Appeal As predicted
that th< General Assembly be ac- U ,nis colmn, Chaim Weizmann will be returned to the world
quainted with the Syrian views, leadership of the Zionist movement before long Although
------------------------------------; Louis Lipsky, Judge Morris Rothenberg, Rabbi Szold, Dr. Solo-
I L A D mn Kidman. Edmund Kaufman and Rabbi James Heller did
JuWISn UlllZ BOX not a,,end the Actions Committee meeting in Switzerland, nous
of these gentlemen was entrusted with Zionist responsibilities
in the United States during the absence of all the prindpd
officers of the organization Why?
ORCHIDS OF THE WEEK
Our hat is off to columnist Drew Pearson, who last week
Hadji Amin el
Question: What are the "Na-
anuim"?
Answer: During the Halle]
prayers in the synagogue the
four species are waved towards
the four points of the compass,,
and upwards and downwards,; published the authentic agreement between
' u making six distinct motions.
These motions are called "Na-
ai uim" which means "motions
or "waves."
LEGAL NOTICE
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- ii week for not
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cause, .,n or
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a newHpHper pub-
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o( September.
Husseini, Grand Mufti of Palestine, and Adolf Hitler .. Tb
contract, dated April 5. 1945 (a month before V-E Day), placed
50,000 Reichsmark at the disposal of the Mufti ... He was the
official adviser of Hitler on problems" arising in connection
with the extermination of the lews While the contract wo
signed rather late, the Mufti was operating in Germany vir-
tually from the beginning of the war Deputy Fuehrer Dieter
von Wisliczeny, who acted as Hitler's Gauleiter in Slovakia
Greece and Hungary, stated under oath that "the Grand
Mufti, who has been in Berlin since 1941, played a role in the
decision of Germany to exterminate European Jews, the im-
portance of which must not be disregarded." ... Now the
Mufti is recognized by the gentlemen of the Unitod Nations a
the master mind of the Arab High Committee, which speaks
for the Arab case at Lake Success.
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' M5ATHKRMAN
' rk -.f i'ii, uii Court
B) M OREKN,
Deputy Clerk.
MII.TON \ FRIEDMAN (CC8**I)
Ii
Marshall Address
To UJf. Assembly
(Continued From Page 1)
this committee were not able to
agree unanimously upon a num-
ber of
ing that of partition," Marshall
said, "they have been able to find
the basis for agreement on eleven
recommendations to this Assem-
bly. Their achievement in reach-
ing unanimity on so many
points represents definite prog-
ress." He called for courage,
resolution and restraint in reach-
ing a solution.
PARIS(JTA)The position of
the Jews in Poland has imp:
greatly since last year, both from
the point of view of economies
and security. Dr. Nathan Reich,
t issues, includ- research director of the Joint Dis.
tribution Committee, and chair-
man of the Department of Eco-
nomics at Hunter College, said
here.
Dr. Reich, who has just com-
pleted a two-month tour of Po-
land, Czechoslavakia, and Ger-
many, reported that attacks on
Jews have ceased.
Published every Friday sine ia7
f^.H S "'' Mlami Florida. En
mn "eon^-'=' matter July 4,
WO, at the Po,t ottice of M.ami
The Jewl.h Fiorldiar. ha. aBsorb.d
jptaBsar HBaSS
On
Two Years
13 00
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FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
Telephones 2-11412-8212
OFFICE and PLAN?
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Volume 20
Number 39
Friday, September 26 1947
TISHRI 12, 5708
SUCCOTH-1947


jch Women
feet Chairmen
_ Board of Directors of the
I Beach Chapter, Women's
f tin- American Jewish
L.'ss convened on Thursday,
|l8ih at the Robert Richter
at a luncheon. The presi-
jjrs, Clarence Cohn, pre-
',. d appointed the follow-
Ihairmen for the coming
membership, Mrs. Alfred
ir. co-chairman, Mrs. Ira
1N'.. education, Mrs. Benja-
JFeld; co-chairman, Mrs.
lii-c Gans; fund-raising, Mrs.
l, Baskind; commission
tv and social action, Mrs.
Crick Grossberg; Friday re-
f Mrs. Herbert Glickman;
Lrman, Mrs. Anna Tanen-
L cci-public relations, Mrs.
' Friend; delinquent mem-
lip Mrs. G. Glazer; life
hership, Mrs. John Marsa;
airman. Mrs. Jerome Kim-
program chairman, Mrs.
i Julien; co-chairman, Mrs.
; Lehrman; location chair-
. m s, William Loeb; ar-
Lnents, Mrs. Joseph Ber-
f clothing collection, Mrs. A.
Lbin; hospitality, Mrs. Jean
Ian;' publicity, Mrs. Murray
Isky: remembrance, Mrs.
|r Seligman; donor lunch-
lMrs. Jol n Soifer; donor
L'i. Mrs. Frank Glickman;"
E-dance, Mrs. Mollis Janoff;
pirman, Mrs. Morris Rabino-
remainder of the chairmen
| be appoii "'(1 at the next
Tentative plans
formulated for the Friday
Iw, and I e program for the
was discussed.
Icb Youth Workers
aed Juvenile Aides
Ipiimtn i nl of five persons
H- juvenile officers in
"ffiu-i to n eet the growing
n: Beach juvenile problem
|been made by Police Chief
S
Imed to work under R. B.
land, juvenile officer, were:
K Rathman, Miami Beach
Ih Centre director of boys;
fa Wucl er, Andrew N. Ber-
Dr. Leo Honigsberg, and
L Kin;'
Ic men will be responsible to
per Loveland and will be
bed to cases directly on his
Vs.
|e now officers volunteered
he duty when Loveland, who
lies cases on a 24-hour basis,
almost swamped by the
iber of cases in recent
Jths. All five are active in
Bperatioi 0f the Youth Cen-
|on Washington avenue at
boul' .
MIAMI BEACH
Bftttr Class Listings On
Jceanirort Properties, Hotels,
Homes or Investments
E. BRONSTON, Realtor
Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-58M
"Trustwoithy Service"
High School Used For
Center Junior Services
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter held Junior Services for the
High Holy Days at the Miami
Beach Senior High School Audi-
torium on Rosh Hashonah and
Yom Kippur.
Mr. Herbert Zuckerman, Edu-
cational Director of the Center,
led the Congregation and sooke
on, "Being True To Yourself",
using an ancient Midrashic le-
gend as his text. He was assisted
by Mr. David Friedman, who
chanted the traditional Torah
reading, and Mr. Fred Berko-
witz, both of the Religious School
staff.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman ex-
pressed his gratitude to Mr. Carl
Wagner, principal of the Senior
High School, for the use of the
High School Auditorium.
The A.Z.A. was actively repre-
sented at the Service by Stanley
Ulish and Morton Smith. Jerry
Klonsky and Earl Frankel took
part in the Torah reading, ond
Burton Farber assisted in con-
ducting the Service.
The floral decoration was pro-
vided by Nathan Strauss and the
the Center Sisterhood.
#7
PAGE FIVE
4
Mondres Parents Tender
Sweet Sixteen Party
Miss Lois Mondres was guest
of honor at a sweet sixteen sur-
prise birthday party given by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Modres, 15 Sidonia ave.. Coral
Gables, Sept. 13th, at the Coral
Gables Women's Club.
Instead of being greeted by the
usual noise of a surprise party,
Lois was greeted by silence, and
the orchestra playing "Stardust",
her favorite tune. As Lois danced
the floor cleared until she and
her escort were dancing alone.
Then Mrs. Mondres sang original
words, written by Mr. Mondres,
to the tune "Sweet Sixteen", and
IS of Lois's friends entered, car-
rying lighted candles.
Entertainment for the 200
guests included a rhumba con-
test and a sweet sixteen dance.
A special water plant on Key
Biscayne can pump fresh water
from the Miami mainland to the
new $11,000,000 Crandon Park at
the rate of 350 gallons a min-
ute. The 12-inch water mains
can carry a total of 150,000,000
gallons a day.
u
I Adult Courses
To Begin Oct. 6
162 evening courses for adults
will be offered by the Univer-
sity of Miami, Dr. William P.
Dismukes, director of the divis-
ion of adult education, announced
last week.
Registration for the courses
will be held during the week of
Sept. 29th, and classes will com-
mence Oct. 6th.
Thirteen of the courses will be
offered in accounting. Besides
the elementary courses, courses
in cost accounting, municipal
and government accounting,
auditing, federal taxation, and a
review course for CPA examina-
tions will be offered.
A course in internal auditing
will be a special feature of the
accounting program. Dr. May-
nard Keecn of the department of
management will be co-ordinator
for this course. Lecturers will be
members of the Miami chapter
of the Institute of Internal Aud-
itors.
Early Inspection Urged
For Beach Car Owners
Miami Beach car owners were
urged by Capt. Jack Hoover,
head of the city traffic depart-
ment, to have their cars in-
spected immediately.
Although deadline for inspec-
tion is Oct. 31, Hoover said those
who have their autos serviced
early will avoid waiting lines.
Car owners also were reminded
to bring registration papers with
them.
The inspection station at First
st. and Meridian ave. is open
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily
except Sunday.
George Blumenthal
PIANO INSTRUCTION
Beginners and Adults
Phone 58-2717
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. FlagUr St.. Miami
EXCLUSIVE
MIAMI BEACH
REPRESENTATIVES
ol the
nation-wide CAA-Approved
AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE
with nurse and doctor service
if needed.
LILLIAN DURRANT'S
list Street Flower Shop
|<23 Mtj street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 5-7527
FLORAL FASHIONIST
In Complete Wedding Service
I Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels
SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WE DELIVER
GO
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1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS
Richard Mack, Miamian. 38-
year-old war veteran, has taken
the oalh as the third member
of the Florida Railroad and
Public Utilities Commission,
succeeding the late M. S.
(Babe) Douglass. Commission-
er Mack was appointed by
Governor Caldwell for the re-
mainder of fhe Douglass term,
and Mack will run for election
in the primaries of next spring.
HURRICANES TO LAUNCH
1947 SEASON
The University of Miami foot-
ball squad will open the 1947 sea-
son Friday evening in the Orange
Bowl. Their opponents for tne
inaugural will be the Baylor
Bears, of Southwestern Confer-
ence.
/%wteta#M>
reme
^710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-.
r/iu
Li
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"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME'
WE Of FrClALLY REPRESENT
THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Injotmatton Gladly Futruihcd on Request
SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
HOUR
luutct stxtrree
JOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
Pennsylvania Nuptials
Join University Students
Pennsylvania was the scene of
the September 7th wedding of
Miss Diane Resnick, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Resnick,
Morion, Pa., and Burton Cohen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen,
5985 Alton rd., Miami Beach.
The wedding ceremony was
performed on the lawn of the
bride's home.
Miss Resnick wore a gown of
white chantilly lace, and her sil-
ver beaded veil formed a halo.
She carried a bible covered with
white orchids and stephanotis.
Matron of honor, Mrs. Joseph
Postol, sister of the bridegroom,
wore a gown of blue chantilly
lace. Miss Melba Pahl, Merion,
maid of honor, chose a gown of
bronge chiffon with appliqued
bronze flowers.
Mrs. Resnick wore gray silk
shantung with a midriff of beads,
and Mrs. Cohen chose a gown of
champagne crepe and lace.
Sidney Baer, Merion, uncle of
the bridegroom, was best man.
The new Mrs. Cohen attended
schools in Merion and the Uni-
versity of Miami. The bride-
groom attended the University
of Florida and is now a student
at the law school of the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he is a
member of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
ternity. He served for three years
in the Army Air corps.
After a honeymoon in New
York City and Canada, the cou-
ple will make their home on Mi-
ami Beach.
RIVERSIDE
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ington Ave,
Miami Beach
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76th"'Si. *rjd Amsterdam Ave
JS
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed She! Ernes
For Further Information Phone 9-2664, 4-5928 or 9-1434
R"J!lBKB^2sf
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E.E. CARTER, funeral Dired ox "A Friend In Need" tOOt W. FLAGLER
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave.. also be held
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes- 6 p.m. and I>
cheloff; Canlor Louis D. Feder. 9 a.m.
Services will be held Friday MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
r b at 7 p.m.; Saturday morn- CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17ih
a .,1 6:30 a.m. Mincha ;it 5:45 aye Miami. Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
Servici ;
will ''' l0
Mil P-m- '"'"
[owed 3 S S
Suci
+Jeis*rkrldlnri
Jewish Social Service Bureau Plans Membership Dri
rollowed I j Shalos Seudos.
I. bbi Mesehelofl will speak on
Portion oi the Week Maariv
8:45-
gU( vices will be hold ior sen
M mday and Tuesday al 8:30 a.m.;
d Monday evening at
i, p n Ral bl Me ; doff will
;...........
, p o Cantor ing al I
will cl anl thi s. wln (,;,
i h ol the
n ., constructed
! ah,
BETH TFII.AH. 935 Euclid ave..
pit
ol Ni
ices will i "

morning
Beach. 'Rabbi"Joseph E.
R.ickovsky. Symbol ol B
Friday evening servii i at H
I will speak
Mincha
,ed b> VID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. M.-m..
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Ma,
n With rice Mamches.
tSo'- Sen '
T tesda} Si
10 I n i i 7.00
;; ;y will i sukkah
Fou m. undei
l : '; on the Sisl M
nd Tuesd
- iol I 30 a.m., R
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
Members ol the membership committee of the Jewish Social Service bureau shown c
ierrina with Chairman Mrs. Benjamin Meyers on plans for the bureau's membership drin
a-e (seated, left to right) Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Meyers. Rabbi Max Shapiro (stand-
ing. left to right) .Harold Ungerleider. Charles R. Cohen. Mrs. Elry Stone, Judge Harold Spaet
Leo Ackc-rman. Elry Stone, president; Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Herbert Scher. Commit
members not pictured are Mrs. Nat Williams. Fred K. Shochet. William Feuer and Ma
Jacob Eppsti _________________________ ____
ei
i 30 p m.
by Maariv.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
JUNIOR CONGREGATION.
I i 01 S.W. 12lh ave., Miami. Rabbi
ion April.
Cantoi Mau 1i M
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Sun-
day S
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i m 3:30 to
F
w i 11
Si
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' ss and
;v*
comii id on
den
^A:nq'X Conto-
'V,ftR BONDED
MONUMENTS
SPECIAL DESIGNS

PRICES SUBMITTED
WITHOUT OBLIGATION
Call 4-3249
"Be Sine to Mark the
oi Your
Lovi Oi
Experinced In Miami
Since 1925
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
Two-Story White Building
Opposite
Woodlawn Cemetery.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN
TER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Mij;r!
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldri ij.
Friday
bi Irving 1

nn "Gl
I
tend 1
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr.
Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-
tive director.
Services I
Saturda> i | 10.
i ii i: i:!
SHOPPING SERVICE
DON'T
1
DO w !i
Phone 5-7355
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM.
4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish: Can.or Sam
ucl Kelemer.
Sui
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reach on "H V
: tion ii
ih I"ll"-'.
0, succo
: Is and cl
ikkal
absent
I in ordi i
to all

I 00 p.m. in C Ilantoi San.
uel K'
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Sunday fron
i 12 00 t. I riildren
y parent:.
i
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E.
19th st.. Miami. Rabbi Colnirfn
A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap
Ian, rabbi emeritus.
I 8:15.
11 be held on
t 8 p.m., followed by a
Serv-
bc held Mondaj
l R bbi Col
ii an A. Zwitn
both SI
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S.
Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
Succo ervice Sunday evening
00 p.m. Rabbi Raab will
preach on "Skyscrapers Come
Tun bling Down". Registration
R ligious School and Hebrew
NOW deliv-ung America's nw
scna.ition.il premium gift. Brian
it or not. A RADIO IN A BOTTLE.
110 volt. AC r DC. 4 tubes. Trji
lample today. $!2.95. Agents ant
ed througho it the ttate. Wnk
wire or phon.- Harry S. Schasft
Distributing Co., 1800 S. W. 17*,
Miami. Ph. 2-4429. Shipmin SUa|
machines alto ivailable.
.rM^^_.,
J&to
JtjGUSt BROS Ry
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DECORATING
INTERIOR EXTERIOR
i Bonded Ar>rri'i ed
Call 58-24195-0585
I REE ESTIMATES
A x p Painting &
M ** Decorating Co. j
"Good to the Last Fin"
40 Ocean Drive
Phone 5-3145
MIAMI BEACH
I
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CON:.i MCI
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DR. BENNETT A. LEE
Announces the opening of his
office for the practice of gen-
eral dentistry and denial
surgery.
6109 N.W. Seventh Avenue
Phone 7 7786
OPENING FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26
For Men
Famous Name In Shoes
737 LINCOLN ROAD
And Be 6ux Ifi
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Visit Our Farm at
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Tall 2-72KI
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EVENING CLASSES
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9IDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1947
*Jenisfi fhrldlar
PAGE SEVEN
pdioc Selects
Jew Director
Iciniv Nemarow, formerly of
Ecinnati, haa been selected as
Lcui.....*ctor of the Na-
T ,| children's Cardiac Home,
If,,',, ol the institute an-
pinced.
hi, Namerow comes to the
lunir fter having served as as-
X.,,,1 i i the superintendent and
Irsonnel director of the Jewish
L,i;:l m| Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tu.. altended SI. John's univer-
L iklyn, N. Y., Brooklyn
llVc I1"' University of Cincin-
I |nd Xavier university in
ncinnati. He has received di-
0Ili:i. hospital administration
uni the University of Chicago.
|Mr Nemarow is a member of
L, A: an Hospital associa-
te ,,| pei ionnel Directors.
|TI|, director assumed the
L, w|,ic pays $6000 annually,
. |)t. 1.
Cubans Pro Arab
11W \". A, Cuba(JTA)The
f lommittee of Cuba has
the firsl time in its history
[, ,- advertisements in
[fluent al newspapers here, at-
,,k,n i Jews and appealing
, incut and the people
; Cub i to help the Arab world
against the establish-
,i Ji wish state in Pales-
|n>.
: Tii. | ;. al, wl ich is also signed
h\ iminent Cubans of Arab
I, that the Jews in
K a similate and have
It, i whatsoever in the af-
[j oui try. At the same
|i, ippeal points out that
11 have been residing in
P over 1.400 years, but
Li .,! wilh the possibil-
M;, reduci d to a minor-
It.. Indians in the United
iixil Girls Plan
Season's l{ veil Is
Plans for programs and social
events for the coming sei on
were made by members <>f the
BZB chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls
at a recent meeting of the group
held at the home of their ad-
visor, Mrs. Charles R. Jacol on,
Installation of officers will be
marked by a luncheon party at
Manning's restaurant, Sunday,
Sept. 28th, at noon. Rosalee Mar-
golis will be installed as p
dent.
A fashion show is bcinji sched-
uled by the uroup lor the first
part of October. Other events
planned by the girls are bowling
parties, miniature golf contests,
pot-luck suppers, and dam.
Initiation of new members took
place last night at the home of
Rosalyn Mendelson.
Beth David Students
In Succah Party
Beth David Congregation will
1 eli brate succos with a special
for children Sunday morn-
ing at eight o'clock. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will conduct the serv-
ices and explain the various cus-
toms and rituals in connection
with the holiday. Cantor Mam-
1 es will chant the traditional
: Through tl e cooperation
of the Board oi Jewish Education
a movie will be shown. In charge
of the affair are Mrs. Heniy
Shargaa. Mrs. Nat Greenberg,
Mrs. Sidney Conver, Sisterhood
chairmen, and Mrs. Lillian Bock-
1 r ai d Mrs. Edward Safer, P.T.A.
chairmen,
LEGAL NOTICES
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
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600 N E 1st Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St.
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Kaplan Calls Meeting
Of Senior YM-YWHA
A special meeting of senior
members of the Miami Y M
Y.W.H.A. has been called for
Thursday, Oct. 2nd, at 590 S.W.
17th ave., at 8 p.m. by President
Leon Kaplan.
Purpose of the meeting is to
act upon amendments to tin.....i-
stitution. Among those amend-
ments to be considered are qua:
terly meetings of the executive
hoard, enlargement of the i
tive board, creation of an e:
tive committee, and a chai n
the duties of the president.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired now; you
will lavt on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 8. W. 22nd Avenue
I'HONE 4-5860
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DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME
CASE OF SIX
TABLE BOTTLES.....85c
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rikCC FOR EVERY
ULAJJ PURPOSE
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136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834
MORRIS ORL1N LOUIS GERBF.R
INSURA
NC5
420 1INC01N ROU
MIAMI BEACH, FLA-1
PHONE: 5-297B /
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
....... NAME LAW
N..... K IS HEREBY lilVKN thnl
mi. to ngnei-
1 i>uiin. ii i. Hi.- ii. iUIouh nuin*
f SCREWBALL REHTAl'RANT al
"' M'>rtl ii l .Hi Avenue, Miami,
in'.".i in register -:ii.i name
iltli Hi.- Clerk ..r Hi.- Clrcull Court
!' I hide County, Elorldn
JOHN WILSON.
H \M Hi >Rl IW1TZ.
-''; I" 3-111 17 :'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'< 'TU i: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
. ie umli kiii I, tlesit Ing i,, engage
'ii l.n- In. .i the flcl iii..ii- nu nu
1 JAI 'K TIIK WE.W i-.i: .ii 2 \-u U.K.
\ enue, Miami. Klorlda, In-
"nilii lo regt i. i h mi mi..... n ii n
u Clerk ..i Hie Circuit Court of
l>...... County, Klorlda
JACK W, (IRE ESI IN.
U ASM AN, sn.\ I :i; ,\ KAKoWlTZ.
Itlorneya for Applicant,
l" II III- 17-2-1.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih<- undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name ol
I.AIY RENIER LINGERIE OF Ml
AMI, hi 13 X. E. Dili St., Miami, Ela.,
mi.mis to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ( Dade
County, Florida.
MAY ER i:. REINER
Sole iwner.
I 12-19 36 1" I 10
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS 111 :i: I :i: V U1VEN that
ill" undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin- fictitious name 01
MENDELSOHN'S OCEAN VILLA
RESTAURANT, al 1301 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, i-'la ,, Intends to register
aid na..... u iili the < !lei k of the Cir-
cuit Courl "f Oade County, Florida.
EDWARD MENDELSOHN
SANN1I3 MENI >EL8( IHN
- 29 9/5-12 ,: 26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tint undersigned, desiring to engage I"
iiiHineHH under Hi. fictitious name ol
il S, K s w.ils COMPANY tnol Inc.),
.a tils Wesl Flagler Street, Miami,
i, Intend in register said name
v .i Ii the i 'l. rk of the Circuit Court ul
Dade County, Florida.
MAX GOLDSTEIN
IRVING KAISER
HARRY Ml IT/..
A i torni > 1..,- Applicants.
9 12-19-26 in '.-1"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
under Hi. fictitious na.......f
EDGAR LAURENCE BEAUTIFUL
-Hi His. it,-, i ,i i register the said
1....... with Hn clerk nf the Circuit
i ..nit of I mile i "ounty, Florida.
MURRAY ROTHMAN
RUTH ROTHMAN
BURNETT ROTH,
Attorni y fot Applicants.
1 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
N" iTK;E IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
ii" ii i. desiring to i
ii l.n-iii. h mill, i I In- fictitious ii.mi.
I K a s AMUSEMENT CO. (Nol
1 ul nu lier IS67 Weil Flagler
Ireel Mini h'loi Ida, Intend t.. reg-
iime with Hi" Clerk
Circuit i "out i "i I lade County,
Kloridii.
I II \NK S VLLANl i
MARGARET SCHAEFER
I'AVL u HI V/.M l\.
Allot IppllcSntS.
i; I" ::m-I7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
tint undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
\RCA Y \ I'ARTMENT I f 'Till., al
613 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beai h
Kin., Intends to register said name
i Hi Hi.. Clerk of ii..- Circuit Courl
if Dade County, Florida,
ARCAY REALTY CO., INC.
By: RUBIN SMUCKLER
President
Applicant
MYERS, HEIMAN .*. KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant,
B I" 3-10-17
\'' iTIfE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ill" nn [ned are no longer -ii-
i^nged in business under the fictitious
win.....1 SMI LEY'S C OF P 11 11
si II IPPE. al 1050 N. E. Firsl Av. ,
Miami, r'la..... any other business
at iln- aforesaid address.
ABRAHAM GALINSKY
BROL'CHA GALINSKY
WALTER C KOVNER, Esq.,
Attorney.
it 19-26 I" :i-in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engs
business under the fictitious name of
HARVEY'S FOOTWEAR, at 1111
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fin.,
Intends t" register Bald name with the
Clerk nf Hi" Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
I. FRIEDL.ER
BURNETT Rl >TH,
Attorney for L. Frledler,
3538 S. W. 1st Ave.,
Miami, Florida,
9/5-12-19-26 I" 3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY niVEN tit t
iln, undersigned, desiring to engugi In
business under th fictitious name of
PACIFIC EQUIPMENT COMPANY al
3049 X. Miami Avenue, Ml ml. Fin.,
int.-nil tu register Bald name with tin-
Clerk "f tin- Clrcull Courl Dade
i "ttunty, Plot Ida.
JOSEPH I. SCHWARTZ
JACK COHEN
SAM BILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
x/j:i 9/6-12-19 86
notice under fictitious name
LAW
NOTICE IS IIIKIINV HIVI-IN lliit
iln. undersigned, dealafng to i igagi In
business under the iu-t.ti-.us name of
JUCE men I'M. fnr-t Incot.....at. i,
.a 74L' x. u 62nd il Miami, I- a.,
Intends i.....gistei said nan e with the
Clerk of tin Circuit Court uf Dade
i lounty, Floi id i
MAURIi II BR VUNSTEIN
WASMAN .st SILVER,
Attorneys for Applicant,
8 29 '.i 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
\'i ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN r it
tin* undersigned, di Blring to eni it
i. ii in. -< under the fictlt lou n u.....f
D C I! A Tl. E VENETIAN BLIND
MANUFACTURING i al t
X. W. ii11i Ave., Miami, Fla., Inti n
to register >.ii.i name with the Clerk
.f the Circuit C.....-t of Dade County,
Florida.
MRS. FRITZIE LITTMAN,
Sole rwner,
9/12-19-26 I" 3 1"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
!ln. undersigned, desiring to ens. -i
liiislness under the fictitious nnme ..f
MIAMI JUNIORS, at ..:i i N u
Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to re| p
Bald name ii h i he Clerk ..t the Cl
cult Court of Dade County, PI
BEN TRUPKIN,
Sole i Iwner.
9/12-19-26 l '3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
''........I' kI.....I, to engage In
s under tin- fictitious name "t
.WILEY'S, |.i.'..i x. I-:. First Ave .
i Intend to register said
hi.i" with He- Clerk nf iln- Circuit
'nun of I lade i' unity, Florida.
II VRRY BRIKLOD
Mm.I.IK BRIKLOD
\ YLTER (' KOVNER, Esq.,
ail.in,--, for Applicant.
19-26 In :Mii
(pomplek and 5bepem/atfe c7lf/e S&wice
M
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& (frstract Co.
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Negro Center
Seeks Funds
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B^^nnm*.
Ruth Brotman Presents
Pratt Veterans Program
Obituaries
WELL
Y ith Centei at Dixie Par a pro-
Oct. l to raise $50,- ._. ...-.-
uuu : thi pi Atl U be Dr. Char!
Clj l< A. Epjx :-; .-. European l
i .....in, ai.....n tlj : S it-
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jr.. Peace Just]
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslry
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
HAULING
N:ne T^o Large or Too Small
PROVPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2323 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-4308
Get Oil the
I'ivntvn Track
TWO BLOCKS from N. W.
27th Ave.. at the Corner oi
N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St..
YOU'LL FIND
MUSA ISLE
HOME OF THE
SEMINOLE INDIANS
IF IT RAINS YOU WON'T
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
HOLY DAY PRAYERBOOKS
S. .1. Fr HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St.. Miami Beach
Between Collins and
ington Avenues
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 51017
THE ORIGINAL
CUSTOM-
MADE
UPHOLSTERING,
SLIP COVERS
and DRAPERIES
cAt Jt3 EeM
Lome in or .
Phone 3-0151
70 1 >.*:. First Av Miami, Florida
COMPLETE LINE OF
Utt fabrics
High Grade
TAILORED
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Thomas Venetian blinds are
specially designed for Florida
usedurable and long lasting.
All blinds installed and guar-
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out-of-town orders.
Phone for Estimates
9-7555
Essen
Construction Co.
2236 N.W. Miami Court
Commercial
and Residential
Construction
LICENSED and
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Guaranteed Work
Phone 3-6924
Est,mes Cheer/ully G
luen
| UJA HONORS EDDIE CANTOR FOt HUrVUNir^
<****,
sat
A*
ir
Ci
'"tar
Eddie Cantor, famous star of stage,
n-rrm and radio, shown with Barnry
Balaban, President of Paramount Pic-
tures and Chairman of the National
Motion Picture Divition of the
$170,000,000 United Jewish Appeal
for Refugees, Overseas Needs and
Palestine, as Mr. Cantor reeeived the
1947 "Certificate of Award for Out-
standing Humanitarian Service" on
behalf of the UJA's nationwide cam-
paign to speed the relief, rehabilita-
tion and resettlement of Europe's
1.500,000 homeless Jewish survivor*.
The award ceremony, held in Phila-
delphia, was attended by more le
l,t0 community Uadm vU
their support to s full**-
of the Philadelphia dmtka
that city lo make a muiaaag
bution lo this jeir'iiia
$171000.000 eampsinTW I*
day Mr. I.antor helped Bwa.,
drive off lo a flying inn all]
moved on lo Chicago vhtrtka
three da> addressing miJN function- on behalf of lot \K\,
Jewish Appeal campiip l|l,
000 to support the Joint Dor]
Commit!..-. I ruled Pilmisr Ih
and In i ted Settles Isil
' ncrican?.
We Sell. Rent and Tune Pianos
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
WEAVER PIANOS
MARKLEY'S
2900 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5951
Life Insurants Eitita
Authcritativaly Progrisa|
NAT GANS
Matrcpol tan Ufa Int. U I
1X17 Biscaynt Bus
Ph. 9-1414 or I ?*'
L
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Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to M Ml
REAL ESTATE PROBLE
12 Years of EKperience In Building Construction on Miami Buck

We take this opportunity
to express our fondest desire
that the year
5 7 0 8
be filled with "Brocbo-
Blessings" of Peace, Hea*
Happiness and Prosper
For All Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hewmark
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Grundwen
Mr. and Mn. Wft Kesselman
OWNERS and OPERATORS
THE TIDES HOTEL
AfJi4MJ BEACH
Dietary Law Observed


ilDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1947
federation To Borrow Funds to
leet Morgenthau UJA Appeal
+JewlstFk)r id/fort
PAGE NINE
Clearing up an accumulation off
mmer business, the executive
mmittee of the Greater Miami
[wish Federation at a meeting
Bt Friday responded to an urg-
i,t plea from Henry Morgen-
Lu, national chairman of the
fcited Jewish Appeal, by voting
send the national office $200,-
|0 immediately as payment for
Heater Miami's allocation for
.47.
[To raise this sum without de-
n an "emergency appeal" was
spatclud by mail and telephone
[d through personal contact to
contributors who have not
It paid their 1947 pledge, urg-
Ig they do so immediately.
I'fo make certain Federation
[ill be in position to send the
)0,00U within the next few
lys, the Executive Committee
bted lo borrow from local banks
much as needed to reach this
km and to repay the loan as
Jon as anticipated collections
oin outstanding pledges were
Iccived.
President Jacob Sher informed
k committee that of $921,169
ledged to the 1947 Combined
Wish Appeal by 6,370 con-
fbutors, ihe sum of $527,573 has
fen collected to date, leaving
outstanding balance of $393,-
i)5. He said the Collections Com-
pttee under the chairmanship
Charles Cohen was bending
Hiv effort to bring this money
and urged all who could do so
pay up their 1947 pledges as
bun as possible.
[The B'nai B'rith Business and
rofessional Women's Club and
pt Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai
I'rith were accepted as organi-
Itiona] members of the Fed-
ration.
! Mrs. Max Dobrin, Jacob Sher
nd Morris Klass were named as
federation delegates to the Dade
lounty Council of Social Agen-
les.
President Sher announced that
number of community dele-
tes will represent Greater Mi-
Ini at the Palestine Conference
Washington, D. C. on Oct.
1th and 12th. Names of these
bpresentatives will be made
ublic shortly, it was announced.
liss Fleischer to Attend
beddings. Convention
: Edyth Fleischer will leave for
lew York on October 2nd to at-
fnd the wedding of her nephew
amuel Weinstein to Beatrice
khen, on October 18th. She will
|so attend the wedding of her
ou.-in, Samuel Dickerman which
?ill be held October 11th in
rooklyn.
Miss Fleischer will remain in
lew York for a month during
rhich time she will act as an of-
Icial convention delegate from
no Business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah
Miami Beach. The National
fonvention will be held at At-
>ntic City on October 24th, 25th
Tid 26th.
More than 11,000,000 pounds of
|*1 were used for bridge work
f)d reinforcing the $6,000,000
lickenhaoker causeway to be
Jedicated with $11,000,000 Cran-
|on Park Nov. 9, 10 and 11 dur-
fB the three-day Tequesta Fes-
Ival.
Sholein Members
Attend Breakfast
Key workers of Sholem lodge,
B'nai B'rith will attend a compli-
mentary breakfast Sunday at the
Rosedale restaurant at 9:30 a.m.
The breakfast is being given in
conjunction with the Lodge's
program to stimulate interest in
B'nai B'rith.
Using the slogan "Save a Mem-
ber for B'nai B'rith," the men
will form teams and visit mem-
bers of the organization. They
will report back to Alex S. Co-
hen, chairman of the program.
President Sam Silver and Vice
President Marx Fein berg have
invited prominent B'nai B'rith
leaders of the community to the
breakfast.
Plans for the fall membership
effort are being made by the
Lodge. A goal of 250 new mem-
bers has been set for the drive,
which is being headed by Marx
Fein berg.
Three Fold Program
Features Hadassah Meet
The Greater Miami Unit of
Junior Hadassah will hold its
first general meeting of the sea-
son on Thursday, October 2nd.
Miss Doris Albin, president will
chairman the session, scheduled
for 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Shol-
om, Chase Avenue at 41st Street,
Miami Beach.
The meeting will feature a
three fold program, by stressing
Jewish Education Month with a
bulletin display of educational
literature as well as current hap-
penings at home and in Pales-
tine. The second phase will be
the membership quota, which
this year is 200 new and re-en-
rolled members. Simultaneously,
the unit's newspaper, "Kol Ali-
yah" (Voice of Youth) will make
its first appearance of the new
season.
Recommendations of plans for
the year will be presented in
playlet form, under the direction
of Miss Beverly Raphael, pro-
gram chairman. The Choral
group, under the leadership of
Miss Sonia Zais will offer mu-
sical selections to conclude the
evening.
FINEST IN SMOKED
MEATS OF ALL KINDS
Florida National
Kosher Provision
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Phone 3-4225
230 N. W. 5th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Under the Supervision of
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Rabbi Motea Meicheloff g*
Rabbi Murray Qrauar _
MEATS AND POULTRY j|
Wholesale and Retail I
GRADE
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SERVING
GREATER
MIAMI
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CHILDREN NEED
Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk
PHONE 5-5537
Named JDA Executive Director
Victor Larner (above), former
national campaign director of
the Jewish Welfare Board, has
been appointed executive di-
rector of the Joint Defense Ap-
peal, it has been announced by
Judge Joseph M. Proskauer,
president of the American Jew-
ish Committee and New York
State Supreme Court Justice
Meier Steinbrink, national
chairman of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nia B'rith. As
executive director, Mr. Larner
will be in charge of the fund-
raising activities of the Joint
Defense Appeal which serves
as the financial arm of ihe
American Jewish Committee
and the Anti Defamation
League, making possible their
coordinated program of fight-
ing anti-Semitism and protect-
ing democratic liberties on the
American scene. The JDA is
currently driving for $6,000,000.
After a lengthy experience in
Mr. Larner comes to the JDA
community problems and fund-
raising techniques acquired at
the New York Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies, the
Greater New York Fund, Rus-
sian War Relief, Jewish Wel-
fare Board and the American
Fund for Palestinian Institu-
tions.
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llmlassiih Frolic
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Proceeds from the September
27th "Opening Frolic" of Greater
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
will benefit Mier Shfeyah, a chil-
dren's village near Haifa, Pales-
tine, which has its sole support
through Junior Hadassah units.
New members will be welcomed
at the affair, scheduled for 9 p.m.
in the Neptune room and patio
of the Robert Richter Hotel.
The benefit event will also
launch the unit's extensive mem-
bership drive to mobilize the
maximum number of eligible
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JWV Post
Installs Officers*
Awards Illation
Installation of officers was the
highlight of the meeting of the
Norman Bruce Brown Post No.
174 iif I he Jewish War Veterans,
Moi day, Sept. 22nd at 1545 S.W.
Third st.
New officers are 01 bie Roscn-
thal, commander; Eugene Spec-
tor, senior vice commander; Sid
Horn, junior vice commander;
Oil. Michael Isenberg, judge ad-
vocate; lly Morris, adjutant; Irv-
ing Birnbcrg, officer of the day
and Frank Kline, quartermaster.
Trustee for the post are Eddie
Levine, Jack Burg and Eddie
Roscnthal. Installation officer
was Abe Goldmbn, past state
commander.
A citation for outstanding
service to the post during the
past y< ir was presented to Nat
Slaff, ii lifetime men *r of the
Was ii ton, I). C. post and an
honorary member of the Miami
organization.
People's Fraternal Order
Holds Boat Ride
Proc i d- of a boat i ide
sored b; tl e Jewish P< ople's Fra-
t< rial Order, Branch No. 192,
will tx -' d toward t! e rehabili-
tation, of the Jewish masses re-
maining in Europe, the aim of a
campaign now being conducted
by the organization. The boat
will be held on Thursday,
Octobei 2i d, at 8:30 p i on the
"Sevei Si as" which will leave
from pii r 10. Miami. Admission
will be 51 20 including tax. Tick-
ets may be secured by calling
I i27.
Debbs Chapter Entertain
Cardiac Children Sunday
DEBBS Chapter. B'nai Brith
Young Women will present a
program at the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home Sunday at
2:30 p.m. Faye Frc.dman will
sing, accompanied by Rita Jo
Quartin. Hostesses will be the
Misses Jerry Benash, Eleanor
Bressler, Sonny Comander,
Edythe Feldman, Dolly Fishbein,
Anita Goldman, Shirley Gold-
stein, Barbara Hittlcman. Phyl-
lis Honig, Rence Kaler, Beverly
Koch, Marilyn l.ayton. Arline
Libman, Roslyn Morris, Elaine
Pollack, C h a r 1 i 11 e Sandier,
Mvra Scheer, Bobby Schwartz.
Rita Schwartz and Thelma
Schwartz.
The hostesses will entertain
the children with singing, play-
ing of children's records and
names. Jean Nevel is chairman
of the program which is being
given as part of the DEBBS' com-
munity service program.
Rabbi Schwartzman To
Head UAHC Field Work
Lodge Bulletin Wins
Honorable Mention
Sholi Lo Ige B'nai B'rith has
bei ed thi Hono
ioi Certificate for its lodge
bulletin which was 'tried in
the 9th annual National B'nai
B' Bulletin Contest. The
award v as made by tl National
1 : Radio Bureau of B'nai
i : : "excellent typography,
1 to B'nai
B'ritl
The Sholem Lodge Bulletin
has : led in thi past year
by Chi rles R. Jacobson and
I nk Jaffe.
Over '200 lodges from all over
t c Ui i ed Stale.- participated in
tl i ann lal competitii
Roth Elected Head
Of Fair Rent Group
Burnett Roth, Miami attorney,
has bee:, elected permanent
hairman of the recently formed
Dadc county fair rent council, it
VI announced.
Elected to serve as vice chair-
man were Max Goodman, presi-
dent Miami-Miami Reach Ten-
ants league; John J. Peti rs, meat
(utters local, AFL, and Edward
T. Graham, executive director,
negro service council. Other of-
ficers elected included Mrs. Revy
Balkan, recording secretary:
Ruth Lieberman, FDR club, cor-
responding secretary; Arthur
Kimmel, Jewish War Veterans.
treasurer, and Max M. Singer,
Miami Beach CIO official, execu-
tive secretary.
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JAX AIMS AT S350.000
Jacksonville, Fla, had an au-
-picious opening of its United
Jewish Appeal campaign last
week, as Sam Wolfsoi President
of the Jewish Community Coun-
cil, presided at a Big Gifts meet-
ing which raised $120,000 to-
wards the goal of $350,000. Ai-
red Fleishman. Chairman of St.
Louis' campaign, was guest
speaker. Sam Kip:.is is General
Chairman. Messrs. Stein. Cole-
man and Kipnis are also serving
.is Big Gifts c rmen. Mrs,
Ben Stein is Chairman of the
Women's Division, Ben Stark is
Executive Director,
Rabbi Sylvan D. Schwartzman
ha been appointed director of
Field Activitiei of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
it was announced by Dr. Maurice
N. Eisendrath, president. Rabbi
Schwartzman, a graduate of the
Hebrew Union College, served
since his ordalnment six years
ago as rabbi in Augusta, Georgia.
He is the author of a text-book,
soon to be published, on the
history of Reform Judaism. A
native of Baltimore, Rabbi
Schwartzman will make his
headquarters in New York City.
FASHION SHOW POSTPONED
Tl i fashion show dance which
was to be given by the Emma
Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith
Business & Professional women
at the Versailles Hotel Septem-
ber -4 will be held on October
11th. Change in date is due to
the recent hurricane. All tickets
purchased for the affair will be
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JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
Everything happens in Brooklyn. The Dodger
overcome by the splendid work of the team in the w "f^"*1"
decided to put World Series tickets on sale. Nobody w7 '"^
that but, unfortunately for Jewish patrons, the front offirp3 ^8au*
to put the ducats on sale Rosh Hashanah. After receiv ^
requests during the Holy Days the management as an after^h32'*"1
announced that an extra day would be granted Jewish ni i
due to the holiday. Where the club will put all the amli*
something only a Solomon can decide. iPcants b
Another National Tennis Championship has horn deride
out serious contention by a Jewish player. Irv Dorfman ik *
star, flashed for a brief moment in the early eliminations hi t Y*
from the tournament by the time the quarter finals wVro I"*1
Dorfman now appears to be a better bet than Greenbere th i rt
Northwestern net leader, in future national and into r
matches. "matioim
Speaking of a Yale man we
going great guns as a guard on _;iu r.u :
O'Dell thinks very highly of the Jewish lad and tells intirnai,!*
re are reminded that Vie V,.l
Old Eli's first eleven 111't.
Jewish lad and tells inZx~T
Fritz Barzalauskas. last season's stalwart, will not be miTiV,
much with Frank charging from the guard position. "
Leftl Al Sherman is getting quite a bit of work behind T
Thompson in the Philadelphia Eagle backfield. Sherman a to1
the light side, tosses a nifty pass and is slated for fairlv h*m, w"
in the Greasy Neale "T" formation setup. >actl"
Abe Saperstcin, dynamic little sports entrepreneur from m.
cago. is busily engaged in drawing up a world-wide basbtM
schedule for his Harlem Globe Trotters. Abe is taking the S
five to Canada and Hawaii among other stops. He was dickering?*
an Australian tour but dropped negotiations after learning 0I. tfc
many restrictions that would be imposed upon his entourage
Another Chicago basketball impresario. Art Morse, is completm
his basketball plans for the forthcoming year at the Chicago s2
dium. Art is in charge of Collegiate double headers there (eaturia
Big Nine quintets and also handles the Chicago Stags, membeni
the BAA loop. Morse is trying an innovation this year in presents
professional double headers. The Stag will team with a Chicaa
representative of the National Basketball League in presenting hrj
bills. Originally the Chicago Bears were slated to join the Stagsbtt
at the last moment Owner White removed his team from th Na-
tional League to form a new sixteen-team loop featuring Ba
stars.

Herman Barron has been selected to the American Ryder Cop
Team which will meet the British in November. The Portchesler
pro was selected because of his splendid golf record during the
past two seasons. After an early summer slump Barron is agait
hitting the pill with amazing accuracy.
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PAGE ELEVEN
Jewish Quiz Box
i has published a 55
succos.
as dwellings during their wan-
derings in the Wilderness of
Sinai.
Q. What is a contemporary
practice regarding the Succos
which is becoming widespread?
A. The erection of larger
Community Succos by Syna-
Centers, which are utilized by
gogues and Jewish Community
the Jewish community at large.
Q. What does the Succos sym-
bolize?
A. It is an emblem of the Ga-
lut (Exile), and suggests the tem-
porary abodes which the Jews
have found in various lands from
which they were uprooted by
persecution.
A. A festive palm branch
which is waved by observant
Jews during the Succos festival;
a palm branch, three myrtle
twigs (Hadassim), two willow
branches (Aravot), and a citron
(Etrog). "Lulav" is the word ap-
plied for short to all elements,
Q. What is the Lulav and of
what elements does it consist?
A. A festive palm branch
which is waved by observant
Jews during the Succos festival;
a palm branch, three myrtle
twigs (Hadassim), two willow
branches (Aravot), and a citron
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,' material U,t planning
... ,iu- for M'linK and old,
h 'T, The l.'WiHh Holidays.
iL.iis iiii yZ& Orteta and Ob-
'"in Dr. .M'udf.al Woltes,
t""'.MTjicli'd Ihlw Succos <|Ulz.
R,"i...irLK Ibis vear on Mon-
*",.,,;" II..- '"IK EDITOR.
What does the name Succos
and how long does the
Booths or Tabernacles;
days.
By what special name is
ighth day of the Succos fes-
called?
Shcmini Azeret (Feast of
[Eighth Day. or the Eighth
f Solemn Assembly).
Why is the concluding day
|,e Festival of Tabernacles
d Simhat Torah (Rejoicing
Law)?
Because on that day the
year cycle of the reading of
[pentatcuch is completed and
Iricd.
How are the intervening
nf Succos (third to seventh)
Id?
Hoi Hamicd, or week days
Feast.
What is the agricultural
lificar.ee of Succos?
This festival occurred orig-
ily during the fruit harvest in
feline and was observed as
Jksgiving at the completion
entire harvest.
I What historical experience
Ihe Jewish people does the
1st of the Booths recall?
Il commemorates the wan-
ing of the Israelites in the
prl of Sinai, following their
jlus from Egypt.
I. By what three names is the
livnl of Tabernacles referred
Ihe Bible?
1. Hag HaSuccos (Festival
[Booths). Hag HeAsif(Fes-
II of Ingathering). Z'man Sim-
pnw(The Season of Our
Dicing. These names suggest
6011s phases of the signifi-
e and observance of this fes- TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR .
(Etrog). "Lulav" is the word ap-
plied for short to all elements,
which are arranged in a bouquet.
Q. When does the Reader
wave the Lulav in the Syna-
gogue?
A. During the chanting of the
Hallel prayers the Hazan waves
the festive branch in all direc-
tionsnorth, south, east and
west, as an acknowledgment of
God's sovereignty over nature.
Q. In what other ceremony is
the Lulav used in the Syna-
gogue on the first two days of
Succos?
A. At the end of the service,
processional circuits, led by the
Reader, are made around the
reading desk or Bimah. The Lu-
lav is carried and special hymns,
beginning with the word "hosh-
anna" are chanted.
Q. What do the processional
circuits with the Lulav made in
the Synagogues on Succos com-
memorate?
A. The procession around the
altar in the Temple Court.
Q. What is the Hoshanna?
When is the Hoshanna used?
A. An osier or willow branch
made up of five small twigs, tied
together with strips of willow
bark or palm leaf. It is used in
the Synagogue in the morning
of the seventh day of Succos,
known as Hoshana Rubbah (the
Q. Describe the sepcial cere-
mony which takes place in the
Synagogue on Hoshanna Rab-
bah.
A. Processional Circuits are
made around the reading desk
seven times. At last, with a peti-
tion for forgiveness of his sins,
each worshipper strikes his
branch a few times on the desk
or bench before him, and throws
it away. Poetical prayers are re-
cited, among them one full of
Messianic hopes"Kol M'vaser,
M'vascr V'omcr"A Voice brings
news, brings news and says."
Q. On what day of Succos are
Memorial Services for the dead
conducted?
A. On Shemini Azeret, the
eighth day of the Succos fes-
tival.
Q. How do children generally
observe Simhat Torah?
A. They carry Jewish flags
during the "hakafot" (proces-
sional circuits) with the Holy
Scrolls, and arc called up to re-
cite the blessing over the Torah.
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I. What are the two main
monies included in the cele-
lion of Succos?
L Dwelling in Succos or huts,
1 Ihe waving of the Lulav and
I. How is the Succos usually
ffd by the members of the
lily"
\ The mother blesses the
dies and the father and chil-
rccite the Kiddush and
lelimes partake of their
lls in the Succos.
I Why are Jews required to
fct and dwell in Succos during
lFostival of Booths?
I- To recall the temporary
which our forefathers built
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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Electrical Contractor
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9-Jmlstncridlar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER


k
UVIS OF OUR TIMES
DR^CHAIJO^ilZMANN
~M W NORMAN^ ^ ^
. >t RHODi.
jggpHM A If YSAROlD BOY WROIt TO AH OLD fMHb AMD
EXPLAINED THAT AFTER SERIOUS CONSIDERATION, FILT
THAT'PALESTINE IS THE ONIY SOLUTION"... TO JEWRY S
PROBLEMS, HE SUMMED UP BRIEFLY THE BASIC PRINCIPLE
THAT BECAME THE THEME Of
..LIFE'S WORK.
fHIS IS THE STORY OF*THE
BUILDER OF THE JEWISH
COMMONWEAITH"-
MfUl IN RUSSIA IN 1874, SON Of
A LUMBER DEALER, WEIZMANN
WORKED HIS WAY THROUGH SCHOOL
DESPITE THE OBSTACLES PLACED IN
THE WAY OF EDUCATION-SEEKIN6 -
JEWS.
DURIN6 THESE YEARS. HOWEVER.WEIZMANN WAS ACTIVE IN THE
ZIONIST C0N6RESS AND DEVOTED MUCH Of HIS TIME TO JEWISH
INTERESTS. IT WAS IN RECOGNITION Of HIS DISCOVERY OF
SYNTHETIC ACETONE DURING THE WAR, THAT LORD BALFOUR
ISSUED HIS FAMOUS DECLARATION IN 1917, STATIN6 BRITAIN'S
FAVORABLE ATTITUDE TOWARDS A JEWISH HOME IN PALESTINE.
AFTER STUDYIN6 AT FREIBURG AND
BERLIN. WIUIAAHN'S FIRST POSniM
WASINGUEVAWHERE.INTHl
COURSE Of HIS CHEMISTRY
IFCTURES. HE MET THE PRITTY
YOUNG GIRL WHO WAS TO BE
HIS MM.
IN 1904 AfTER HIS MAMtUfit TO VfRA
KAZMAN, HE ACCEPTED A POSITION AT TK
UNIVERSITY Of MAKWSTfR IK WGIANO
WHERE HE KMAlKD UMU 1916.
A YEAR LATER, AS PRESIDENT Of THl WORLD
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION WEIZMANN lIO THE CORNER
STONE Of THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN JERUSALEM,
AH IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY HE HAS NEVER FOR-
GOTTEN. fROM 1918 ON, HE ATTENDED PEACE
CONFERENCES WORKING FOR A MANDATED
PALESTINE. ________.
IN 1929, WflZMANN BECAME
PRESIDENT OF THE NEWLYfORMED
JEWISH A6ENCY, AID ALTHOUGH Hi
PROTESTED AGAINST THE ARAB
RIOTS AND THE SUBSEQUENT
BRITISH WHITE PAPERS,HE SIIU
BELIEVED. AND DOES TODAYJN
BRITAIN'S 6000'
,ASF/4
AT THAI TIM NE WAS APPOINTED DM*-
THE ADMIRALTY CHEMKAl UMMTONftY
LONDON AND ASSUMED TW RESPONJiS
*MK ENGLAND WIN THE WAR MOW pj
DURING WORLD WAR H WWMAM
CONTRIBUTED SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE
TO AID THE ALLIES. DESPITE TM
BLOW Of THE LOSS Of MIS SON. AH
RAF PILOT, WllZMANN WORKED
ON fERYENTLY.* AN EFFORT TO HAVE
PALESTINE ESTABLISHED AS A JEWISH
STATE.
IN I94G, AT THE WORLD ZIONIST COMES] I
BASLE,WEIZMANN WAS NOT REaECHO
PRESIDENT, KCAUSt A YOUNGER *Wf
BELIEVE M HIS "PASSIVE POUCYrwmVB
THE '6RAHD OLD MAR Of ZIONISM" KM
STIUTHlAURAOfA'pROPRETOfZai-.
SINCERELY AND DEEPLY DEVOTED TO MS
PEOPLE ADD PAUSTINI--
WIZMAN
COPIIIGMT IM> (IWUM TIUMAfWC
Palm ItVnHi
Personals
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shier have
returned from Worcester, Mass.,
to spend tin* season.

Louis Leibovit is entering his
final semester at the University
of Floi iila Law College.

Mr. and Mrs. I. Michelle arc
occupying a home at 173 Evernia
Street. Mrs. Michelle is the
daughter of Mrs. Sophie Gallic.
* *
Mrs. Dorolhy Schocoff, daugh-
ter Lillian and son Jack, have
returned from a visit to relatives
in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Fried,
1601 Florida Avenue, announce
the birth of a daughter, Martha
Francene, at St. Mary's Hospital.
Mrs. Fried is the former Annette
Sylvia Dubbin.
ptJjgust Bros. rJ^
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Number f voters eligible to
go to the polls in the coming Mi-
ami election will show a 50 per
cent increase over the total elig-
ible for the last city election,
Carl Holmer, election registra-
tion supervisor, predicted last
week.
Only those persons who failed
to qualify undei the permanent
systed and those who failed to
vote in the last primary in May.
CONCERT TICKETS ON SALE
Tickets for the eight pairs of
subscription concerts of the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony or-
chestra are now on sale at 340
S.E. First st. Dr. Modeste Alloo
will conduct the orchestra foi
the fifth consecutive year. He
will be assisted by Dr. Joel Bclov
as associate conductor.
1946, and the general election in
November, 1946, need register
during the registration period
which begins Sept. 30th,
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TRULY NOLEN, President
ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS
WE SPECIALIZE IN
TERMITE CONTROL
5-YEAR
GUARANTEE
5-3444
41st Street and Prairie Ave.
Miami Beach
Miami Phone 2-2555
FREE
INSPECTION
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WITH A
CHASE FEDERAL
COMPLETE PACKAGE
HOME LOAN
1. Quick service, free of red fape.
2. No loan fees. Actual cost only.
3. Construction loans, no additional
cost. Interest charged only as
money is paid out.
4. Lowest interest rates.
5. Low monthly payments.
6. No prepayment charge, if you wish
to pay before maturity.
7. No appraisal fees.
CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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