The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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^THE JEWISH UNITY F
Cvnt.
THE JEWISH WEE K L
P^JME 19 NUMBER 40
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1946
TO DIE
INUREMBERG. (JTA)-In an-
Lcing the verdict of guilty
Lnst the 21 top Nazi defendants
L the International War
Cmes tribunal cited "the com
Lnt ami systematic inhumanity
, fte greatest scale" carried on
, thc Nazis against the Jewish
nple. resulting in the extermina-
,n of 6.000.000 Jews.
Hftom the earliest days of the
_, party, anti-Semitism occu-
A a prominent place in National
Icialist thought and propagan-
the tribunal asserted. Review-
\ the typo of activity carried on
but the Jews, it called atten-
to business boycotts, thc
iunation tl .lews from various
Sessions, deprivation of citizen-
t by the Nuremberg laws, con-
ation of property, and constant
_. s and terrorism culmlnat-
; in mass extermination in con-
juration camps.
(Continued on Page 4)
ervices
Iwo
Mark
Holiday
InTiile thousands of their breth-
Observe Yom Kippur in dis-
Iced persons' camps overseas,
jeater Miami Jewry will mark
I solemn Day of Atonement be-
lling sundown Friday with the
ailing of Kol Nidre and ending
pdown Saturday.
this most sacred day in the
rish year, .lews the world over
f\ fast and pray. They will read
Yiseor memorial service for
! departed.
pukkos, the Feast of Taberna-
, will extend from Wednesday
lening, Oct. 9, through Friday
pning, Oct. 18.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Smathers Set
For Lodge Talk
"Legislation for Democracy"
will be discussed by Congressman-
nominee George A. Smathers when
he addresses the regular meeting
of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, 8:15
p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Wom-
an's club, 1737 N. Bayshore dr..
E. Albert Pallot, president, an-
nounces.
Smathers will be introduced by
City Manager Richard G. Danner.
Among the guests will be Mayo.
Perrine Palmer, jr. A. F Whitney,
president of the Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen, has also been
invited.
The meeting was arranged by
the Sholem lodge committee on
public affairs as a part of the
lodge's community forum series.
John Kronenfeld is COPA chair-
man.
A nominating committee will be
appointed and initiation of new-
members will be held during the
meeting. The public is invited to
attend.
UE To Seek 920,000
[or Expanded Program
The Bureau ol Jewish Education will seek a budget of over
000 from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation this year,
ctors of BJE decided Tuesday night when they met with
Heiman, president. __ ^ ^ bumu (luring Jewisn Edu-
cation Month in addition to 3,000
letters containing a statement
from President Truman.
Jewish Education Sabbath will
be observed in a number of local
synagogues between Oct. 8 and 15,
he said. Jewish Book Month ob-
servance will also be sponsored
locally by the bureau.
The bureau's Sunday school
teachers training class is now be-
ing held.
Israel Shapoff. chairman of the
adult education committee, also
gave a report at the meeting.
phe budget, approximately $6,-
more than last year's, was in-
to finance the expanded
program which includes a
"w high school, teachers
>ing, adult education and as-
"ice to local religious schools.
I Planning for 1946-47 activi-
i the directors discussed hold-
1 a statewide conference on Jew-
education.
graham Cannes, executive dl-
*. reported that religious
' will be resumed at the Na-
J Children's Cardiac Home and
\f a" inter-school community
F"*a program will be held
this year. Continuance of
Publication of teachers and
PJ bulletins was also ap-
k""* reported that over 2500
literature were sent out
Deadline Announced
All copy for the Oct. 11 >
sue of The Jewish Flondian
must be submitted by noon
Monday. Oct. 7. The Floridian
office and plant will be closed
Thursday and Friday. Oct. iu
and 11, due to the Sukkos holi-
day.
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Arabs Tell Plan To Rule Palestine;
Agency Leaders Confer With British
JERUSALEM, (JTA) -Creation
of an independent Arab state to be
governed by a Parliament elected
by the entire male population over
18 was proposed for Palestine in
the plan submitted to the London
conference by the Arab represent-
atives, according to the text pub-
lished this week in the local Arab
press. All Jewish immigration
would be stopped and the present
land restrictions would remain in
force.
The Arab proposals provide for
a British-appointed interim gov-
ernment composed of seven Arabs
and three Jews, which would hold
elections for a constitutional as-
sembly of 60. This assembly would
vote on a constitution to be sub-
mitted by the interim government.
All males over 18 who had been
resident in thc country for at least
en years would be eligible to vote
or members of the assembly.
After the assembly had adopted
the draft constitution, elections
would be held for a Palestine Par-
liament, which would elect a head
if the state, to take office no
later than Dec. 31, 1948. Prior to
the establishment of the Parlia-
ment, the executive powers would
be in the hands of the interim gov-
ernment, with the High Commis-
sioner reserving the right of veto.
Hebrew would be the second
official language ol the country
and the Jewish community would
be allowed to preserve its own net-
work of schools, provided that the
education "not be poisonous."
(Quoting highly-placed Arab
sources, the Associated Press re-
ported from Jerusalem that an
Arab "shadow government" for
Palestine had been organized last
week-end at Alexandria, asylum of
the exiled Mufti of Jerusalem.
These informants said the shadow
regime would in effect have the
Mufti, Ham Amin el Husseini, as
"President of the Republic," and
his cousin, Jamal Bey Husseini,
deputy chairman of the Arab Exe-
cutive, as "Premier and Secretary
jf Foreign Affairs.")
Sheriff Contributes
To Town T Fund
Campskners of tl..- Miami 1 HI
,0 work .hi- week foUowms Sunday!
kirkoff breakfast which honored BH
Ww.....- < "; as
,,f Jewish Federation! and weltart
Fund*. Myen arced the bj*"*
ri'e ll.r J2l)0.00n n.re-a,y for miiM
\ Jewish eommunitj center d
reded ai trainins. end developmen ol
ri.il.lr.-n in a joci-ll, l"^.^
tniritual environment is uraeniij
men) is '" '""-' importanl single >>
"o'keri who mel a. the San Jam
aft :;r;"fc^p-.....
Trio Heads
Fund Drive
SINGER MYER
Win. I). Singer, Stanley ('.. Myers
and Baron de Hindi Meyerthe trio
in whose hands rests the fate of the
Jewish ..immunity's major fund drive
dii- yearwere assigned to the key
campaign posts tin- week.
A- predicted bj
The Jewish Flor-
id ian several week?,
ago. Singer will
serve as over-all
chairmen. the co-
ordinated drive to
raise funds for the
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
and the Mt. Sinai
hospital. Myers will
lie chairman of
Federation activities and Meyer
head the hospital activities in
' drive.
All three are leaders in philan-
thropic and civic work. Singer led
ill,. Federation drive to the record
inn of $830,000 last winter. Myers,
who i- national president of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
\\ elfare Funds, was chairman of the
1946 Dade County Community Chest
campaign and ha- headed several
Federation drives in the past.
Meyer, who was chairman of the
fir-t federation campaign in 1938, is
president of the hospital corporation
which will seek $2,500,000 for the
proposed in-titution. Federations
(Continued on Page 4)
the
will
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LONDON, (JTA) Informal
talks between representatives of
the British Government and mem-
bers of the Jewish Agency execu-
tive began here on Tuesday at the
Colonial Office.
An official government an-
nouncement said that Foreign Sec-
retary Ernest Bevin and Colonial
Secretary George Hall, represent-
ing the British, met with Agency
leaders, including Dr. Chaim Welz-
mann, Prof.. Selig Brodetsky, Berl
Locker, Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
Rabbi J. L. Fish man and Eliezer
Kaplan. A preliminary exchange
of views took place at the first
meeting, which was brief and ad-
journed so that both sides could
give further consideration to the
opinions expressed.
Agency circles emphasized that
the members who are participating
in the consultations do not con-
stitute the delegation which the
Agency may send to the confer-
ence on Palestine, if the negotia-
tions are successful. That delega-
tion, they said, will be much larger
land will Include members of the
j Agency from the United States
; and elsewhere.
No Change In Attitude
The Government, in an official
statement, announced that "there
is no change" in its attitude re-
garding the Jewish representation
i at the conference on Palestine
which is now taking place at Lan-
caster House.
"A fresh approach," the state-
ment said, "was made last week
in order to stress the fact that
time is now short, and as the
Arabs had fully stated their case,
which is now under consideration,
a final decision as to whether to
attend the conference should be
(Continued on Page 4)
lteaeh Y Names Cabinet
For Itiiiltling Campaign
Prepartory lo its November drive to raise $300,000, the
Beach this week organized its campaign cabinet under the gen-
eral chairmanship of Samuel A. Rivikind.
Jack Marash, executive director
of the Y, said this week that the
organization may not have to move
from its present location, 1 Lin-
coln rd., in November as originally
planned. However a Y committee
is studying available sites.
Carl Weinkle, president of the
Y, was named honorary chairman
of the building fund effort.
Heading the various trades divi-
sions will be Nat'Hankoff and
Irving Frankel, hotel division;
George Bertman and Leo Eisen-
stein, real estate division; Harold
Turk and Dr. William Bernstein,
professional division; Archie Brick,
Elliot Winterfield, Philip Salmon
land Philip Lefkowitz, merchants'
j division.
Serving in the men's division
Will be Leo Huberman, Leo Chai-
kin, Paul Weitzman and Harry
i Zukernick. Mrs. Milton Sirkin and
1 Mrs. Carl Susskind will direct the
I solicitation among women.
I Lou Heiman and Carl Weinkle
will be in charge of initial gifts,
while Sam Shapiro and Rudy R.
Adler will handle special gifts.
Edith Schulman will be chairman
of the youth division.
Murray Grossman and Mrs. Max
Dobrin will be cochairmen of the
speakers' committee; Mrs. Harold
Spaet, publicity; Mrs. Nat L. Wil-
liams and Mrs. Edward J. Wein-
stein, clerical volunteers commit-
tee; Mrs. William Bernstein and
Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, arrange-
ments.
One of the major events of the
campaign will be a dinner which
the initial gifts committee is now
planning. A national speaker will
be invited to address the session.
Harold Herman, representative
of the national Jewish Welfare
board, will arrive here Sunday to
serve as campaign director. He
will be accompanied by Gus Jacob-
son, field secretary of the JWB
southern section.
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VeAAatiaMy fizaAinq,
Miss Naomi Crossman, 17 Ma-
jorca ave, Coral Cables, returned
to town last week after spending
a year in New York where she
was employed by the Community
Service Society. She will become
associated with the local Family
Service bureau next week as a
psychiatric case worker. .
Off tor a month's vacation
Monday will be Mr. and Mrs. E.
Albeit Pallot. They will visit in
Pittsburgh and New York.
A boat trip up the Saginaw river
highlighted the three week vaca-
tion ot Mr. and Mrs. Alex Co-
hen. After visiting their children
j New York, they attended the
Sun Life Assurance company
convention at Murray Hay. Can-
ada, an.I spent some time in Mon-
treal. Before returning they pent
Rosh Hashona in Baltimore. .
Mr. and Mis. M. S. Rubin.
>4J0 Flamingo dr.. are spending
the holidays at Atlantic City,
N. |.. alter visiting their chil-
dren'at Scarsdale, N. Y. Mr.
d Mrs. 15. Kandel have re-
two month vaca-
tion at
residing
,'IIH
turned from a
the Beach and are now
at 1361 S. W. Seventh
Harry Simonhoff left yes-
terd'av for New York city where
he will complete work on his
book. ,
In Hot Springs, Ark. for the
. three weeks, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam B. Mill" will leave today
"" AsheVUM- N" vSZdd Heach High school. .
return t<> Miami at the end ot
the month.
Samuel 1". Bernard, noted m-
decorator, is the house
guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Fishman, 5534 La Gorce dr. .
In Miami for the holidays is
Charlotte, N. C, to visit her fam-
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
A. Binder are expected back in
a few weeks. They have been va-
cationing in California and New
York for several months. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Her-
man's New Year present was
their baby daughter, Bernita Lou-
ise, who was born Sept. 2b at
the Victoria hospital. .
On his 50th birthday Wednes-
day, Nat Roth was tendered a
luncheon by Mai Marshall at the
Dixie Sportswear company's rec-
reation center. Mr. Roth is pies
ident of the Florida Fashion
Mart. .
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Augus-
tine have returned from a three
week vacation during which they
took a six day cruise on the St.
Lawrence river. They also vis-
ited in New >'j:k and M ou-
tre;'1. .
Miss Renee Leibovitz of I'as-
saic. N. J., and Miss Norma
I Picus, Fairlawn, N. J., are resid-
ing at 225 S. \V. 24th rd. while
attending the University of Mi-
ami. Miss Leibovitz is a freshman
and Miss Picus, a sophomore. .
! Miss Mvra Lew. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Levy, 1049
West 47th st., is in her freshman
year at the University ot Colo-
rado. She is a graduate of Miami
Mr-. Rae Frisco of Carrabelle,
sister.
Pvt.
l-'la.. who i- visiting her
Mrs. |oseph Krugman. .
David M. Stevens, of Watertown,
N. Y.. spent last weekend with
his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah L.
Silvcrman ol Coconut (irove. He
was on leave from Boca Raton. .
Mr. and Mr-. Alex Van Stiaa-
ten ill return to the Tides ho-
tel next week alter a visit to
Philadelphia. Also on the re-
turn list are Mr. and Mis. .1.
(Jerald Lewis who have been va-
cationing in Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldberg,
vacationists at the Versailles ho-
tel, celebrated their silver wed-
ding anniversary recently. Mr.
Goldberg is a well known Louis-
ville, Ky., merchant. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinner-
stein and children, Kenneth and
Arlene, have returned from Stepb-
ensville Lake Inn at Swan's Lake.
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Levinson and children arc stop-
ping at the Tamarack Inn. Green-
field Park. N. Y., and will re-
turn next week. .
Rabbi to Describe
Resistance Movement
Rabbi David Raab f Ft ^a''-
derdale will describe the activities
of the Jewish resistance move-
ment in Palestine at the first open
meeting of the new Young Zion-
ists Action commit!** Rnboi Raab
is a native of Palestine and a
member of the Masada national
executive board.
The event will take place at the
Beach Y at 8 p.m. Monday, Har-
old George Shapiro, chairman, an-
nounces.
Sharing the platform will be
Ted Rubel. member of the local
Habon.m who recently returned
from Europe where he came into
contact with the Jewish under-
ground in France.
Recently organized to coordi-
nate activities of local Zionist
youth groupa, particularly in the
field of political action, the com-
mittee is composed of representa-
tives of Mesada, Junior Hadassah
and Ilabonim. Young Judaea will
be invited to participate. Miss
Sandra Friedman is secretary.
The local committee is affili-
ated with the national YZAC, or-
ganized by the Zionist Emergency
council.
The public is invited to attend
the meeting Monday. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Worshippers Jam
Moscow Synagogue
MOSCOW, (JTA) Four thou-
sand worshippers jammed this
city's principal synagogue, which
Mr.""and Mrs. John Kronen- has an official capacity of 2,000.
for Rosh Hashonah services.
Thousands of others crowded the
street on the outside to follow the
ceremony from loudspeakers.
Three smaller Moscow synagogues
and 25 in the suburbs were de-
JDC Representative
Visits Brother Here
Rabbi Isaiah Rackovsky will ar-
rive in Miami today from Omaha,
Neb., to spend the holidays with
his brother, Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky. before going on to
Havana and Brazil. The rabbi's
tour will be on behalf of the Joint
Distribution committee. He may
be guest speaker at Beth Tfilah
synagogue tomorrow.
Rabbi Isaiah Rackovsky was
chief of chaplains stationed in
Germany during the war. He prev-
iously was chaplain at Camp
Blanding. After serving with the
armed forces, he returned to his
pulpit in Omaha.
Also here for Yom Kippur and
Sukkos is Boris A. Rackovsky, son
of Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky. Boris and his brother,
Judah, are students at Yeshiva in
New York.
Miss Rosman Chooses
October Nuptial Date
A wedding Oct. 20 at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will unite
Miss Ethel Rosman and Alan
Chassner. whose engagement is
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Rosman, 1205 Mer-
idian ave.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school, Miss Rosman was a
member of the National Honor so-
ciety. She worked for more than a
year at the AAF Redistribution
Station, Miami Beach.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Chassner. 519 S.W. 19 rd., her
fiance, also a graduate of Miami
Beach High, served in the Navy
for two years and saw action in
the North Atlantic, Mediterranean
and the Pacific war zones.
Holiday Hospitality
Home and hotel hospitality was
extended to Jewisu servtcenvn
stationed at many South Florida
bases on Rosh Hashona, Sam
Schuster, state USO-JWB repre-
sentative, said this week. The
same arrangements will be made
for Yom Kippur.
Many of the men were billeted
at the Park Central hotel last
week, Schuster said. On Thursday,
they were given a party by a
B'nal B'rith Girls chapter, and on
Friday, the girls group made a
holiday visit with Schuster to the
Nautilus veterans hospital.
Folk Chorus to Hold
Reception Saturday
The Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus will open its season with
a reception and entertainment eve-
ing at the YWCA at 8 p.m. Satur-
day. The public Is invited.
Rehearsals are held by the
chorus every Tuesday evening at
the Beth David auditorium. Per-
sons interested in joining may
phone Mrs. Augusta Birnberg at
3-6705.
Emma Lazarus p.
Toa 8ft clC0ttp 1
A 40 Pound box ,* .
shipment oversea u *4
feU rniMren's Qn. U"**|
*''> memhen*j
Lnzarus chapter. BnaiRH,H
n, at their next 1, H
ML Tuesday at V**!
Miss bony Pon. "e tl
Bounces. pres,d<- J
Members and ^ I
quested to bring wht. *l
clothing they ca?s ^
shouU.be clean and ^
Collection sta,i0n3 ^J
set up at the Cadillac j!%
701 Collins ave.. the nffjc ^21
man GiMer. ,,56 Washing
and the Roaedata RestaiO
N.W. Fifth st.
Beth David Groups
Slate Luncheon
Officers of the Beth David)
terhood and the Parent-Ta
association will be installed
joint luncheon Oct. 22 in the I
view room of the Alcaar.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, eta
announces,
Mrs. Louis Brmv-n will insm
officers Mrs Max Peppery
in charge of flowers andMn.1
old Rand, publicity.
Reservations may be madei
Mrs. David Sernaker.
Three to Discuss
Community Role
"The Community's P.espi
ity to Human Needs'' will be |
cussed during the Miami I
Table broadcast over
WIOD at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Participating will be Isaac
Mrs, T. V. Moore and Mrs.
Enterline. Dr. H. Franklin
Hams of the University of Da
history department will act I
moderator.
t.1,1 and their eldest son. David,
entertained the Charles R. Jacob-
sons and the Arthur Rabes on a
fishing trip aboard "The rat
Sunday. .
N,v\ Year holidays took Mr.
and Mi
cronic
Wcinkle to scribed as equally crowded.
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LINICK AUTO PARTS
5100 N. W. 27th Avenuo
PHONE 7-5133
$
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Melody Coffee Shop
31 N. E. 2nd Avenue 2-5253
Sandwiches Short Orders
You've Tried the Rest
Now Try the Best
PETE'S
BAR
The Finest Cocktails
On Miami Beach
also
BEER AND WINES
1137 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9544
To Hold Sukkos Party
Annual Sukkos celebration
will be held by the Beth David
Sisterhood at the synagogue's
Sukka Wednesday evening fol-
lowing religious services. Mrs.
Harry Shargaa is general chair-
man of the event.
r-..
MURRAY G. COHEN
Certified Public Accountant
Announces the Opening of his Office
600 Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida
October 1, 1946
Phone 5-7653
For The Best
JAeJAtcuwie GAett
REMEMBRANCE CARDS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
11 a ml Made
CliH*olates
CANDY FRUITS
By
FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX
(The Original)
WE PARCEL POST
from
COAST TO COAST
* ft
10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Power & Light Ce.
J8
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Classic Black
Suede Gloves
$350
pair
Suave tlip-on gloves, in
the smart. 4-button length,
good with suits, daytime
dresses. Midnight black,
sizes 6 lo 7 "2.
Miami Start, Gloves, Street Floor
Lavish big square scarf, of
lush printed rayon the
flowers high-lighted in-
geniously with colored se-
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Fine, soft sheer rayon,
sparkling with sequins,
makes this long scarf fem-
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Miami Store. Neckwear. Street Fl.
Similar Stylet at BurdineSa
Lincoln Road
RAPHAELS
Strictly Kosher Hotel
and Dining Room
146 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Catering to the public hi
meals and all catered hn|
tions.
Phone 5-3189
For Sukkas Reservation!
and Other Information
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mch Ritualarium
i rnmpletion
FS tSSR f'rst ritualarium
Tor-1 Bt *" MiCh'gan
1* a -.....-' affa,r early
fovanber *en construction of
MVitan, acting president of
'^rlng organization, stat-
llhis week.
Titan Bald that the ritual-
LwM built in accordance with
Lional orthodox regulations.
Z orthodox rabbis supervised
technical details.
L valued al *.* the bUiW"
Lvas originally fanned to cost
L Approximately $500 is be-
' spent on landscaping of the
knils- -, j
^e ritualarium was financed
Jprivate contribuUona and about
[ooo iP !o'"ls- Donations are
Deeded to cover the cost of
Lor furnishings, Levitan said.
L Levitan, officers of the
Carium are Sam Reinhard.
p pregident; Sam Schachno.
purer, and Mrs. Levitan, tern-
ary secretary.
louth Commission
i Select Officers
otfi((.,s ,,i the Greater Miami
|jnisl Youth Commission will be
, me next week, S. A.
jedman. chairman, announced
Bowing the final meeting of the
t!ont -.nation Tuesday
hi
Linual reports wore submitted
the meeting by Mrs. Martin
Let ami Hilda Schwartz, pres-
ent ami vice president of Junior
I Harold Shapiro, presi-
|0f Mas i ami Mrs. E. Les-
ter, repiesentatlng Young Ju-
les aoil thi li aders council.
Bmanuel Stadlan and Miriam
pt represented Habonim, youth
r group.
|a review of the year's expenses
is given an the l)U(iget for 1946-
J was a|
Khe coi n n, sponsored by
i local chapt< is of the Zionist
fganization of America and Sen-
isah, coordinates efforts
j both groups in supervising the
krk of Zionist youth groups.
Four scholarships to the Bran-
f- caniii Wintcrdale, Pa.,
I by the commission
(is year.
Face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Now making the rounds of our
local movie houses is a shirt en-
titled "Don't Be A Sucker" which
has deeply impressed movie-goers.
Prepared by the United States
Army signal corps, the film was
not originally intended for public-
exhibition, but rather for use in
training and Army orientation
Committee Begins
[Budget Studies
Requests of seven agencies for
local funds were considered by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
budget committee at its weekly
meeting Monday evening.
The agencies were the American
Association for Jewish Education,
Dropsie college, the Jewish Occu-
pational council, Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, National Farm
However, due to its very dramatic school, School of Jewish Studies
content and educational meril it and Y,ishlvaa Chachmcy Lublin
was released for theater exhibition I -r
throughout the nation. ""*" were tno first requests
It is the writer's opinion that rtudled ''^ tnc committee in prep-
the movie industry has once again I ar;',i"n for the 1917 Federation
rendered a high public service by drive.
distributing this Army-made movie ----------------------------
short, in a skillful and effectively Murray Cohen Opens
dramatic fashion, the film exposes -,., rui-
the nature of the Nazi and kin- AcCUnting Office
anti-Semitism pronacanua. Wumy G Coh*n' lt'rt,fic" Pub"
lie accountant, opened an office
Tuesday at 600 Lincoln rd., fol-
lowing a four-year association with
Pentland, Purvis, Keller and Mil-
ton in Miami.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school, Cohen received a BA
degree from the University of
Florida and a master of business
administration degree from Boston
university.
He is financial secretary of Beth
David synagogue, sec ietai y-treas-
urer of the Miami Zionist district,
a member of Zeta Beta Tail frat-
ernity and the Mason. He resides
at 1838 S.W. 21st ter.
Emanon Club to Elect.
Plan October Carnival
Officers of the Emanon club
will be elected at the Miami Y
8:15 p.m. Tuesday, George
Siegel, president, announces.
After the election, plans for
the club's Oct. 27th carnival will
be outlined. A few bootns are
still available to organizations
wishing to rent them, Siegel
said. Interested groups may con-
tract him at 2-3474.
dred anti-Semitism propaganda.
The scenes unfolded served as a
most effective condemnation not
only of Nazi, but of American,
rabble-rousing techniques as they
are carried on even today. The
distinguished stage and screen
actor, Paul Lukas, plays the prin-
cipal role.
The trends of our time point up
the need for keeping the Amer-
ican people on guard against sin-
ister forces, both from within and
without, which desire to spread
disunity and distrust. This is truly
a film that should be seen by every
America. Don't miss "Don't Be
A Sucker."
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I Wash Your Own Clothes in
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Use That Soft City Water
For a Whiter Wash
Wi Sell Soap, Bleach and
Starch
Rate. 60c Per Hour
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
MORRIS, SAM & CAL
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
l20 N. W. 22nd Street
Phono 2-5197
Service League Forms
Girl Scout Troops
Organization of Brownie and
Girl Scout groups is now under
way at the Miami Y, Maurice
Grossman, execeutive director, an-
nounced this week.
Mrs. B. Sterling heads the proj-
ect which is being directed by the
Miami Service league.
Hebrew Nursery to Start
Second Year Oct. 21
The pre-kinderg- rteT Hebrew
nursery of Congregation Beth
Jacob will begin Va second year
Monday, Oct. 21, in the communi-
ty building, Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff announces.
Children between the ages of
3V4 and 5 may register before
that date. The nursery school will
be conducted five days a week
from 9 a.m. to noon and will train
children in Jewish arts and crafts,
stories, songs and games and in-
door and outdoor activities.
Arrangements for transportation
may be made at the office.
Girls between the ages of 7 and
9 are eligible to join the Brownies
and those between 10 and 12 may
join the Scout troop.
Interested mothers may contact
Mrs. Sterling at the Y.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JACK'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE
175 N. W. 20th Street
PHONE 2-9304
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SHENANDOAH FLORISTS. INC.
2359 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-3821
CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS
Flowers for Every Occasion
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
STORES__1263 West Flagler s,reet
1753 North East Second Avenue
1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Veteran
Two
World
Wars
Longtime
Dade
County
President
ELECT
I. D. "HoiisT
MACVICAB
YOUR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
PROVEN PUBLIC RECORn-PROGHESSlVE
ent)
GREETINGS
ON BEHALF of the offi-
cers and Trustees of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge B'nai
B'rith 1591,1 extend to all
brethren and their fam-
ilies our best wishes for
a Happy and Prosperous
New Year. May the ideals of B'nai B'rithBe-
nevolance, Brotherly Love, and Harmonycon-
tinue to be our guiding principles for the year
5707.
GEORGE J. BERTMAN,
President.
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Entered Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. t the rest Office
of Miami, Kla., under the Act of March. 3, i.
Published Every Friday Since 1927
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VOLUME 19
NUMBER 40
Miami 18, Florida. Friday October 4. 1946
TISHRI 2. 5707
Loan Fund Meeting
Postponed By JSSB
Postponement of the Jewish Social
Service bureau's n.....ling on !<>"
fund planning until Monday, <>.t.
II. was announced ihii week l>>
(hurl.- Cohen, JSSB executive di-
rector.
Orisinsll) scheduled fr Oct. ".
,1,, meeting i- being delayed ihe Sukkot holiday. General menv
bership "f '! bureau will vote at
the meeting lo determine whether
ih. existing Baron de Hirarh loan
fund >.f ihe bureau will become an
independent community service.
In order t vole, members must
be in good standing. Membership
i- open t the Greater Miami Jew
i-h communil) end dues arc $2 per
year.
The JSSII membership and inter-
ommittee will meet at
pi i tations i
noon lods)
io plan a
Mrs. Milton
Milton Sirkin is chairman >if
the committee whose members arc
Harold Ungerleider, >ice chair
man: George Wolpert, Mr-. Il-''
I-arr. Rud) II. Adler, Mr-. ROM
Ian.
the
START CONSTRUCTION
The Miami Y is renewing its effort to secure sufficient funds
lo start construction. It is seeking contribu ions for a new build-
ing at a time when it is virtually homeless. The physical facili-
ties that housed most of its activities were destroyed by fire
last month and condemned by the county as totally unfit for use.
The kickoH breakfast Sunday was well attended and mas-
terfully addressed by the guest of honor But much greater
enthusiasm and inspiration will be needed to do the job. The
plan of procedure for the drive, in our estimation, predestines
an unpleasant outcome for the workers of the campaign and a
community that for many years has looked forward to an ade-
quate community center Y building. Tur^rrJo
One of the reasons for our pessimism is the Y's unintentional Kalpn Uonen Marries
following of a pattern set by Federation which has been ex- In South America
tremely successful in all oUts fund raising undertakings. Fed- Miss Linda Olivetti became
eration has been raising money for relief and for service pro- bride of Ralph Cohen at B'nai
qrams-not for brick and mortar. That there can be successful B/rith hall. Montevideo, Uruguay,
results of building fund campaigns as well has been graphically Sept Mr. Cohen M the son
demonstrated in our community for the past few months by '
groups approaching the problem more realistically.
With government approval difficult to secure, materials
unobtainable, labor at a premium, prices and costs ridiculous,
the Home for the Aged is nearing completion of a substantial
addition to its building. The ritualarium group on Miami Beach
is finishing its edifce, the Cardiac Home has new cottages on
the way, and a complete new synagogue, housing 650 and
including air conditioning, was started this summer and finished
for use during the holidays. This was accomplished wtih sound
reasoning and financing. These completed projects weren't
mircales. Hard work and the intensity to see somethinq more t_:_ *_ u____i
than plans did the trick.
The enhusiasm needed for this Y campaign will be evident
when the first block is set. Let us quit planning and talking.
Let us take the money on hand, break ground and start build-
ing. Let us go forth to secure contributions not for pledges but
for use during the holidays. This was accomplished with sound
and satisfactorily have its sorely-needed and long awaited Y
building.
Dr. Goldstein Resigns
From College Project
NEW YORK, Sept. 27. (JTA)
Dr. Israel Goldstein has resigned
from the presidency of the Albert
Einstein Foundation for Higher
Learning, the organization an-
nounced today through its board
of directors, adding that Professor
Einstein's connection with the
foundation "remains unchanged."
It also announced t"iat the
Foundation is going ahead with
plans to set Up a Jewish-sponsored I
non-sectarian university, open to
faculty and students without re-
gard to race or religion.
Dr. Goldstein made the follow-
ing announcement regarding his
resignation: "In view of the differ-
ences on matters of public rela-
in id.- bureau's ofif.c*, tions and faculty selection which
m. nil..r-lii|i cuiiipaign. have arisen between Dr. Einstein
and myself, and believing that Dr.
Einstein's association with the
university project is indispensable
to its success, I have resigned, on I
September 16th, from the Presi-
dency of the Albert Einstein
Foundation for Higher Learning, I
Inc., thus ensuring Dr. Einstein's
continued identification with the
Foundation.
Dr. Goldstein did not elaborate
on the differences of opinion that;
developed with Professor Einstein
I bride's parents' regarding- the university project.
are Mr. and Mrs. Guido Olivetti, IT*6 Foundation has not yet an-
Montevideo, who were hosts announced what professors or cur-
a luncheon following the cere-
mony,
After a two-week honeymoon,
the couple will live in Buenos
Aires, Argentina, where Mr.
Cohen is employed. His mother
and sister. Fanny, flew to Urua-
guay for the wedding.
Fund Drive
(Continued From Page 1)
goal, which ma) so over tin- milli
mark, i- now bring considered bj In
liuilie.'i committee.
t
ricula had been decided upon for
the university, which is expected
to open in October, 1947, in Wal-
tham. Mass.
Rumanian Jews to Get
Minority Status
BUCHAREST. (JTA)Rumani-
an Jewry will be given minority
status under new legislation cov-
ering nationality rights now being
drafted, if the Jewish community
feels that this would be in its in-
terest, Prof. Gheorghe Vladescu-
MIAMI BEACH LODGE
B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS
lion, liu-|ntal anil .iiiiiiiiiihIn r.-pre
-niatiw--. Men ami women who have
had |ir.-\ ious experience in f .id .'I
fri- will In- rhosen a- rampaiui nes
-.iihhI in assure die drive,, *cc"4
The three leaders were selected by
ampaian cabinet composed of Feders- i Racoasa, Minister of Nationalities,
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
His statement is a significant
reversal of the official position
that the Jews constituted a reli-
gious community, rather than a
national minority. Should the Jews
favor a minority status, the Jew-
I ish communities will fall within the
jurisdiction of the Ministry of Na-
'XC-.llll _i
r.
M.irri- Kla--. Federation
rector, -ai.l tin- week.
Mili.iuidi ill.- drive will i -?:.nn>
sled li\ iln- three chairmen, eacu >l
ill.- two iiencies will conduct indo
pendent planning.
The imi.iI v>ill open it- ram
paign activities in November, follow
By PAUL WEITZMAN
miif line sas i *>', Mfiitxr | 11*1 Ti g TT\ r*
Next event for the Beach lodge umn. But we are n.,t flattered ing the completion of hospital n.....h > tlonaes, Prof. Vladescu-Racoasa
is the gala initiation of some 300 when an appeal la made for help ^^Whrliil|lE!,i Drf* &b*J
new members enrolled into B'nai and there is no response. Pulling Golub, director of the New Yorl
B'rith ranks during the member- 'power is what counts. And it
ship drive. It will be an outstand- shouldn't be like pulling teeth to
ing occasion both from the point get cooperation in helping those
of view of numbers and because less fortunate than wo are, We're
Ed GrusU, editor of the Nationa' still trying to get clothing and
4.000 at Cyprus Hold
11 i-1>,t.iI for Joint Diseases ami rape*
visor ..f the survey, is expected hew I Holiday Services
w.tlmiifnda>>t..w,ndupthcMm.-).[ LONDON. (JTA) -- The Chief
Palestine Government SS ,~ ,J~S
Accuses Jewish COUJ1C11 to Cyprus to assist the 4.000 in-
JTA) The tc.rned Jewi8h rcfugpes there dur.
Jewish Monthly magazir.,. will be food for our European brother* Palestine Government officially \i^ZJSSr ^JT**1..
gues,.. speaker. The date has been ari(. ,1,,.,.. w h t # ^.....u, !ll "IC,al,y ing holiday services, it was an-
. .. anu sisieis. We have it from God- declared this week that the Jewish nnn/. tentatively set for Tuesday, Octo- ,, v. nounced this week.
ber 22nd. frcy K Nwm" that packages of Nationa Council appeared to have Qn the occasion of Rosh Ha-
food are being sent regularly but exceeded its authority in raising
Godfrey K. Newman and Sieg- the **tom of the barrel can be ^s^Uegal hnmlgration" to-
fried Geismar. chairmen of Veter- een. And winter is on its way A ,etter fronl Artmt, Cnief gec.
with very little clothing to protect retary John Scott also deplored the
the undernourished bodies of the decision of the Council to with-
aged, the infirm and children from draw J,'wisn representatives from
|its icy blasts. Are we to close our *overnmental *<". stating that
ears t<, th- ,,v r ,v, Waa f"r tne Kovcrnment to de-
ears to the eiy of the starving?
Call the B'nai B'rith office; call
Godfrey Newman of the "each of the CounclL
prising how many things are not I Lodge, 5-4502 or Mr Paul Weitz-
ans' and Post War Service, an-
nounce that about $2,000 is being
expended for items for the veter-
ans at the Nautilus hospital. For
veterans in the hospitals the war
isn't over; for the bedridden boys
who still bear the scars of battle,
time passes heavily and it is sur
shonah. the Palestine Government
released 700 Jewish children helo
as "illegal Immigrants'" in the
Athlit detention camp.
Aqency Leaders Confer
With British Heads
'.Continued From Page 1)
Which agencies should or de ^ ^ JeW'Sh AgenCy- "
should not be affected by decisions y werc to avoi<1 their casc-&-
ing by default.'
The statement
then revealed
man
supplied by the government which
would make their lots a little
easier. So, organizations such as
B'nai B'rith make it their busi-
ness to help, so much and as best
they can, to fill In the gaps. For
the bedridden, four projection ma- Beach is embarking on a capital
chines with microfilm books ''
with this contraption, they can
read books while flat on theii
backs; ten wheel chairs and two | when you scratch a Y
book-mobiles. Not much, but as .you'll find he is a Ben B'rith too.
much as $2,000 will buy. The boys j Plans for the new Y will ui-
will not be forgotten by B'nai elude a meeting room for organi-
zations such as B'nai B'rith, and
short of having one's own home,
a meeting place in a beautiful
Scott characterized the Council's ,
of the Beach B'nai B'rith altitude as "abandonment of re_, that acting on this approach, the
Women 58-2703. Your contribution sp .nsibillty" and said it would not '' JvwMl AKpncy proposed that "cer-
of clothes or food will be picked ...j,,,.,,,. ,,,,,,'" ,." "f tain Jews in Palestine, not detain-
up and sent on its way to do qood tacu,uiu settlement of legitimate I '
Do it now. Jewish claims, but encourage ele- "'' b brouKnt to London
to consult Dr. Weizmann. To this
menta which, by crimes and illegal |,
The YM and YWHA of Miami ",s were impeding a settlement.
-funds drive to raise $300,000 to Vandals DestrOV
an i erect a home. Why should we Monumpnl
Blr, write about the "Y? Because. waSSw iJTAi
B'rith.
*
We should be flattered when
we are told as we are on oc-
casion, that readers like our col-
Unknown
vandals completely destroyed the
memorial erected in the city of
Colonial Secretary readily
agreed and instructions were is-
sued to the Palestine High Com-
missioner to facilitate their speedy
passage to England."
The influential London Econom-
ist said that the Government will
have to impose its own solution of
Blala-Podobwa to commemorate : the Palestine problem on both
the Jews murdered there by the \ Jews and Arabs. It declared that
The monument, which cost the prospects for a solution in
was built with Palestine problem on both the
km inn
building would be just what the dents of the city who
doctor ordered.
a contributed by former res.-1 Jews and A
are now liv- the prospects for a solution in
a
problem on both
rabs. It declared that
>ng in the U.S
i Palestine "are as black as ever."
Human RiqhtTpT^
Rejected TfJ?*
PARIS, WaH".
proposal for creati070^
peanC"'-tofHuttR|'a*
rejected by a vote of,'V
^ -ta Commi9si0l^k-
Peace Conference thus !
eliminating: it from ^
consideration, since ^ I
posals had been defeated^
other commissions.
Speaking against the ,^
8ovet delegate AndttiM
-u that it was -ju^
politically illiterate" He df ,"* |
that If such, court wer^
or Europe, it would be re^
o expect tl,,t a court *.
toguarant.,MhonghUofIna?
in A.siaan,l.N>gr0P1inUl
States, x'he Australian
was supported by .Vowze^J!
Belgium and South Africa.
Earlier, representatives of Jw. I
ish organizations appealed to a,
Hungarian Commission l ^
in the treaty with Hungarym\
sions which would safeguard J.
ish interests. They pointed to mi l
recent anti-Jewish outbreaks i,
the country is evidence of the ea>
tinuing anti-Semitism which a** ,
sitates special safeguards fJ
Jews. The action taken up tow,
by the government has been ha*
ficient to guarantee the future* '
curity of the .lews, they said.
Twelve Nazis to Die
For War Crimes
(Continued From Page i)
The court specifically mentioini
massacres in villages of Eastm
Europe, including Rovnow ml
Dubno. and quoted the comirjuj.
ant of the death camp at Auxt-
witz as admitting the extenrju-
tion of 3.000,000 between Juj,
1910, and December, 1943.
Listing the cruel tortures andb-1
human experiments at the conco-,
tration camps, the tribunal nv
ferred to the statement by Ham
Frank, Nazi gauleiter in Poland
wherein he said, referring to tat
Nazi anti-Semitic persecution, "A
thousand years will pass, andtlm
guilt of Germany will still not N
erased.'"
By ruling that certain organia-
tions such as Ihe Nazi SS and tin
Security Corps were guilty, tin
court was seen preparing the wil
seen preparing the way for pol-
ishing the k. y groups that carried
out anti-Semitic acts.
Hermann Georing and 11 other
Nazi chiefs were sentenced Tim*
day to death by hanging.
Seven other defendants, includ-
ing Rudolf Hess, were sentenced
to prison and three were acquitted
by the four-power military tribu-
nal in the first international war
crimes trial.
The death sentences Mi *
carried out in the Nuernberg
jail, probably Oct. 16. The prison
terms will be served in a 'f
power jail in Berlin.
Concluding the 10-month tnat
the international military tribunal
announced the sentences iM
completing the reading of a M-
000-word, history-making P?
ment ruling that aggressive air-
fare "is the supreme crime
Hans Frits, he, Franz von Papa
and Hjalmar Schacht were ac-
quitted, with Russia <'**f "L.
Sentence,I f. hang. ****
tog.weJoacnimvcnWI**3
Field Marshal Wilhelm Ke
Ernst Kaltenbrunner. Alfr
senberg. Hans Frank. WWJ
Frick, Julius ****!
Sauckel. Col. Gen- Al^ J^
thur Seyss-Inquart ana
Borman tried in sbsentisl-
Sentenced to prison
Walther Funk and Grand Ad
Erich Raeder. life terms.
von Schira.h and Albert SJ %
years; 0-I-*-g .
years; and Oranu
Doenitz, 10 years.


ttober 4,
1946
H MARK TWO HOLIDAYS
^JewistncrSdllar)
PAGE FIVE
.ged from P'0 1>
announce-' by South
Bes0l-worship are list-
^ATION BKTH JA-
L, Washington ave.,
la Mescheloff, Can-
Feder. Orthodox.
^" 5:45 P.m. Rabbi
will preach on
ne for Faith."
I Saturday in the syna-
the
Serv-
7:30 a.m.
in the com-
Sukkos
fcding. Ttecor at 10:30
fwescheloff will take aa
Ue Last Chance.' The
iln? service will be
Babbi Mescheloff at
H-n will assist Cantor
the services in the
and Cantor Nathan
Misted by A. Bergad.
he Sen-ices in the com-
hding.
Ly evening,
^ be held at 5:30 p.m.,
r sen-ices Thursday and
' 0pen at 8 a.m. The
| speak on "True Joy"
c Naturally" on those
ddush will be held fol-
[ senices on Sukkos.
j JEWISH ORTHODOX
ATION. 590 S.W. 17
Murray Grauer, Can-
! Mamches. Kol Nidre.
Rabbi Orauer will
"Putting Important
it," Services at 7 a.m.
Jiscor at in a.m. Rabbi
1 preach on "Vital Ques-
hah will be chanted by
kt 6:20 p.m.
Lenices at MJOC will
15 p.m. Wednesday. The
(preach on "The Jewish
iity" on Thursday and
i People" Friday. Morn-
I will begin at 9 a.m.
1LAH SYNAGOGUE,
I ave. Rabbi Joseph E.
\. Orthodox- Kol Nidre,
abbi Rarkovsky will
| "Lights." Services at 7
day. Yiscor at 11.30
abbi will discuss "Our
- Kol Nidre, 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Kron-
ish will speak on "Zborow, Poland,
and Miami Beach, U.S.A.a Tale
of Two Cities." Services at 10 a.m.
Saturday. Children's services at
1:30 p.m. In the assembly hall.
Yiscor, 3:30 p.m. Rabbi Kronish
will discuss "Where is the Real
Tragedyin Death or in Life?"
The Sisterhood will sponsor n
"break the fast" after Neilah serv-
ice.
Sukkos services, 8:15 p.m. Wed-
nesday and 10:45 a.m. Thursday.
A reception will be held after both
of these services.
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 NE. 19th
st., Rabbi Caiman A. Zwitman
Reforrn.Friday evening service,
8:15 p.m. RabDi Zwitman will
speak on "Kol Nidre: The Spirit-
ual Challenge of This Hour." Sat-
urday services will begin at 10
a.m. The rabbi's sermon topic will
be "Israel's Concept of Atone-
ment." Youth services, 1 p.m. Ser-
mon topic: "A Fountain of Living
Waters." Memorial services, 3:30
a.m. Sermon topic: "I Remember
With You."
Rabbi Zwitman will speak on
.________LEGAL NOTICES
notice" is HEREBY GIVBN that
'" undersigned, de.irlng to engare In
busine. under the fictitious n,?,. ,"
sun Ry Bportawear Manufn.-turinK
Company 2,63 N w R,.v,.n|li
Miami, Fia.. i.n,iM ,
name W1,h the (:1,,k f ,,,,. a"
court .,f i>a(iP County, Florida.
IRVING BIRNBERQ
HARRY MILDNER
NATHAN LABBR
LESTER LASKY """"'"
Attorney f.,r Applicants
1111.-, Congress IiUk.
10/1-11-18-2.-, II 1
Temple Israel Women
Form School Committee
Board members of the Temple
Israel Sisterhood will meet from
1 to 4 p.m. Monday at the Temple
Beach 'Y' Inaugurates
Sketching Classes
Sketching classes will be held
weekly at the Beach Y. beginning
board room to outline a program Monday, it was announced this
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl.-.t
" undesigned, desiring to engLreta
,' '", ,'"' l?< al Miami.
1th ih. SuSfl" ",'"''-'" MM name
it 1 the < erk pf the Clrcull O urt ol
Dad- County, Florida.
HENRY A STFIV
ISAAC Joffe Mt-.i.N
.Attorney for Applicant
i" 1-11-18-26 11/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY (;i,KN thai
the undersigned, desirlnc to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Sir VIMI!KSTY'UAXT "^
Street. Miami Beach, Dart- County
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk <.r the circuit Court
hi Dade Cnuntv. Florida.
LOUIS 1. SCIIAFFER
HARRY IACOBS
MII.I.ER & PODEl.l.
Attorneys for Applicants
10 i-n-ig-ais 11 1
of activities for the year.
Appointment of a S'-icrhood
Sunday school comnntte to serve
as a miniature Parent-Teacher as-
sociation is announced by Mrs.
Reba Engler Epstein, president.
Mrs. Norman Rossman is chair-
man of the committee which in-
cludes Mrs. I. M. Weinstein and
Mrs. Harold Cohen.
The committee will inspect Sun-
day school classes regularly and
will plan various functions and
activities for the different age
groups to create a definite inter-
est in Sunday school affairs, Mrs.
Epstein said.
week. A life model will be present.
Individual instruction will be
provided by Artist George Gray.
Materials will be furnished by the
Y for a nominal fee.
Classes will be held from 8:15 to
10:15 p.m. Students may register
at the fir&t session.
How Arc
Your Drake*
?
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to onpigx in
business under the fictitious nan.....f
ABBOTTS at .1069 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami. Florida Intend to register said
name with the Clerk ..f the Cln Ull
Court of Dnde County. Florida.
LAWRENCE A. RECK
WILLIAM B. SWIMMER
MCRRAY A. RECK
Life: a Tabernacle in the Wilder-. iu'rnett roth
Attorn-v for Applicants
and "The Taberna-
abbi Rackovsky's ser-
1 for Thursday and Fri-
*s which will begin at
|Aos will be ushered in
' at 6 p.m.
IBEACH JEWISH COM-
JCENTER. 1415 Euclid
f Irving Lehrman. Can-
! Singer. Conservative.
, 6 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman
on "The Call of the
Iturday services, 8 a.m.
iervlee, 10:30 a.m. Rabbi
1 topic will be "Life Tri-
Cantor Singer will be
the Center choir un-
leadership of Joseph
musical director. The
chant Neilah service.
vices will be conducted
|2H of the Miami Beach
Rh school at 10:30 a.m.
[Lehrman's Sukkos ser-
1 be on "Harvest of Joy"
plenge of Faith."
EGATION BETH DA-
I XAV- Th'rd ave.. Rabbi
m. Cantor Abraham
Conservative. Kol
|*5 P.m. Rabbi Shapiro
^ on "The Strife of Life."
I morning service, 8 a.m.
mo will speak on "The
H<*ven" at 10:30 a.m.
am- Neilah. 4:45 p.m.
will speak on "Dawn
**"" Student services,
fwrvices, 7:30 p.m. Wed-
d 8:30 a.m. Thursday
fy mornings. Rabbl sha.
F fw discussion will be
F* unto Freedom."
P^es, Thursday and
" a.m.
JBETHSHOLOM. 4144
ti 1 L"n K">ntoh.
Uel Kelemer. Liberal.
ness'" at Sukkos services 8:15
p.m. Wednesday and "The Taber-
nacle of Peace" at services 10 a.m.
Thursday.
At B'nai Zion synagogue in Key
West, Rabbi Simon April of Miami
will speak on "Reconciliation" at
Kol Nidre.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein will
conduct services at Temple Beth
El in Hollywood. Kol Nidre, 7
p.m. Shachris, 8 a.m. Saturday.
Yiscor, 11 a.m. Cantor J. Rosen-
stein of Miami Beach will chant
ttie services.
Rabbi David Raab will discuss
On Missing the Mark" during to-
night's service (8 p.m.l at Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. Sat-
urday service, 10 a.m. Sermon
topic: "Weeping in the Night
Joy in the Morning?" Yiscor. 2:30
p.m. Rabbi Raab will speak on
Deathlessness."
A number of Coral Gables resi-
dents will hold private Yom Kippur
services at *e Hillel House. Serv-
ices were also held during Rosh
Hashona.
10 4-11-18-2.'. 11.1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
htisinep** under the fictitious name of
.1. & I. FRIEDLER en. not Inc., al
.100 American National Rank Ruildinir.
Miami. Florida intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JACK FRIEDI.ER
IRVINC. FRIEDLER
BURNETT ROTH
Attornev f.,r Applicants
10/4-11-18-25 11 1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirinc to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
REGAL HOTEL al SIS Fiflli St.. Mi-
ami Reach. Florida intends to n
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HARRY NORSTEIN.
Le??.e and Operator.
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress bldpr.
Miami. Florida
10 4-11-18-25 11/1
NOTK 1: TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 18186
In Re. ESTATE OF
PATRICK DIAMOND. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or !-> mands Against Said
Estati .
You, and each of youi are hereby
notified and required '.u present any
claims and demands wnieli you, or
either of you. may have against the.
estate of l'ATRUK diamond, dc-1
ceased, late "i Philadelphia County.
Pa., tii Hie Hon. W. F. HLANTON.
County Judge of Dade County, and
hie ih. same In his office in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months from
ih' date ol the 111st publication hereof,
Said claims or demands to contain tiie !
legal address "t the claimant and to
be sworn 1" and presented as afore-j
said, "i same will be barred. See Sec-1
tion 120 of the 1983 Probate Act.
Date September 30, AD. 1916.
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate "f PATRICK DIAMOND,
Dei eased,
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
Firs! publication on Friday, October
1. 1916.
in 1-11-18-25
DRIVING
WITH
CONFIDENCE
IS
"DOIN' WHAT
COMES
NATCHERLY"
WHEN YOUR
CHEVROLET
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned) desiring to engage In
business und'-r the fictitious nan.....f
A & II Jobbing Co., Hermitage Hotel,
at 420 N". E. 1st Avenue, Miami Flor-
ida intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade
C"Un,>'' HERMAN SCHLUSSBL,
Boll Owner.
HAROLD TURK
Attorney for A & H Jobbing i o,
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
in 4-11-18-25
PUBLIC APOLOGY
We have replaced
the waiter who was
caught, by a cus-
tomer, jn the act of
stealing a drink
The new man has
more sense than lo
GET CAUGHT!
ZISSEN'S
1149 N. MIAMI AVE. *
Miami's Ruprr Fun Horn*
IS
SERVICED
AT
LIJBY
Chevrolet Co.
/CHEVROLET
LUSY CHEVROLET CO.
Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer
W. Flagler St. al 11th Ave.
PHONE 2-1711
Sholem Lodge to Hear
Columnist. Psychiatrist
Jack Kofoed, Miami Herald
columnist, will describe the Bikini
itom bomb tost, at the Sholem
lodge luncheon meeting at 12:15
p.m. today in the Downtown Club
restaurant, Seybold bldg.. William
Pallot, CO-Chairrnan, announces.
The B'nai B'rith lodge will hear
Dr. Herman Silensky, psychiatrist.
at their meeting Oct. 11.
ERL ROMAN
WILL WPMWI VOUR VOTE FOB
County
Commissioner
ELECT
Wellford H. Tyler, Jr.
CANDIDATE FOR
Dade Countv Commissioner
DISTRICT THREE
SPECIAL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY OCTOBER 8TH
NOT A POLITICIAN-bu a successful BUSINESSMAN. For
TfI JSSSm Administration of Your County's Man*
m,tMi<:traTIVE ABILITY-as exemplified by service to M-
EXPERIENCED g2BSr" two years. Then rewarded with beuaa
ami Springs as wry ^u.
T Hamoer His Representation of The People
To Hamper nis f ^.^ pol.tical Advertiscment)
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Beach Zionists to Elect,
Plan Regional Meet
Election of officers and directors
of the Miami Beach Zionist district
will be held at the National hotel
auditorium 8 p.m. Monday, Jack
Burris, acting president, an-
nounces.
The district is attempting to get
a nationally-known Zionist to give
the keynote address at the south-
eastern regional Zionist Organiza-
tion of America convention at Mi-
ami Beach Nov. 15 to 19. Among
those who have been invited are
Dr. Abba HUlel Silver, ZOA presi-
dent; Emanuel Neumann, vice
president, and Israel Goldstein,
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund.
Students Need Housing
Jewish veterans attending the
University of Miami arc in urgent
need of housing, according to Sam
Schuster, state USO-JWB director.
Foster E. Alter, dean of men at
the University, has asked Schus-
ter's aid in finding roms for the
men.
Persons with available rooms
may contact Schuster at the Jew-
ish Welfare board office, phone
9-1323.
Urges DP Immigration
NEW YORK, (JTA) Strongly
criticizing the policies of the Brit-
ish Government in Palestine. Her-
bert H. Lehman this week appeal-
ed for the immediate admission of
100,000 Jews into the Holy Land
and urged Congress to pass legis-
lation permitting the entrance of
"even more than our fair share"
of displaced Jews into the U.S.
Mr. Lehman also supported the
.Jewish Agency partition plan to
create a Jewish state in Palestine
large enough for further immigra-
tion, in a talk before the Inde-
pendent Citizens Committee of the
Arts, Sciences and Professions.
World Congress Goes
Back to Switzerland
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
22nd World Zionist Congress will
open in Basic, Switzerland, the
first week in December, it was
announced here this week by a
spokesman for the World Zionist
Executive.
He said that all obstacles have
been overcome and that a press
office has already been opened in
Basle. The Congress will be the
first since the outbreak of the
war.
Miss Miller Is Hostess
The Rose Chapter, Bnat Br.th
Women will hold its open member-
ship meeting 8 p.m.. Monday.
ftt the home of Miss Miriam Mil-
ler 5493 North Bay rd Miami
Beach. The meeting will be fol-
low.,! by a social hour an enter-
tainment. Anyone interested may
attend.
Stefanescu Arrested
BUCHAREST. JTA)Rumani-
an police announced this week the
arrest of Major Ion Stefanescu,
commander of the death camp near
the town of Vapnlarca where 5,000
Rumanian Jews died in 1941 from
starvation and typhus.
FRIDAY
ocioJ
To All A Most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
y
MILLER ELECTRIC
COMPANY
400 S. W. 8th Avenue
PHONE 9-2477
5 Arrested in Haifa
HAIFA, (JTA) Five Jews
were arrested this week in Haifa
for what police charged was an
attempt to blow up a British war-
ship.
THE PERFECT
UNION
The wonderful flavor 6f Heini
"Aristocrat" tomatoes and sweet,
heavy cream (it's really rich).
Blended together in small
batches, the way you'd do it at
home.
THE RESULT-
THE"MILCHIGMEICHL"
HEINZ
Kosher
CONDENSED
CREAM OF
TOMATO SOUP
-^^SSi^^.
Miami AJC Women
To Plan Book Reviews
Board members of the Miami
Women's division, American Jew-
ish Congress will meet with Mrs
Joseph Fine, president, in Beth
David synagogue at 2 p.m. Tues-
day.
Final plans for the six monthly
book reviews will be made. The
review series will begin early in
November.
HI
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Genet
Extend Best Wishes lor
A Happy New Year
To All Their Friends
and Relatives
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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COMPANY
176 N. E 20th Street
UEWt GHfc
pH0NE tS
GENERAL
Refrigeration
Service-Iiutallatiom,
Household and
Ammonia
Ice Cream Dairy ]
Day Phone 2-36411
Night Phone
SEASON'S GREETINGS
s
LORA PACK
SPORTSWEAR FOR
WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
*
Best Wishei to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
WHITE BELT DAIRY
N. W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St.
PHONE 7-2411
J
SINCEREST BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Jewish Clients
and Friends
SINCE 1926
Kennedy & Eh
INSURANCE, INC.
19th Floor Congress Building
Phones 3-0641 3-06423-06433-0644
MIAMI, FLORIDA
r
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
TERMITE PROOFING FUMIGATING MOTH PROOFING
Bonded Uniformed Operators
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BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC.
3003 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6401
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MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6058
Service On All Makes Radios
SAM DAVIS
FOR
County Commissioner
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GREETINGS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
tjt
OCT. 8
"A BUSINESS MAN FOR
A BUSINESSMAN'S JOB"
SAM DAVIS
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SELECTS
Frank Harney Entertains Seahawks
ammm
PAGE SEVEN
K,pl.n m ""''1 ,prrsi-
, Mhmi ServiM U>MW
P i "f Mr- Geow
re- Stiali"" '" .
Mr. Norman r.s...an wa.
",f ,.|,.-lcd as '"'
xi,-. president, Ml*
Kaplan i- captain
0 f i |i < league's
team which '8 co"
operating in the
Y\ $200,000 build-
In, fund drive.
Xl. league will
liulil Ma monthly
bingo party for
convalescent m*c-
BSCaN viremen at the
0,1 hotpital Monday eve-
former Victors Belhi and
"f ilir Debb'a chapter of
ilh ar, incited, Mrs. Kaplan
Utporution wUI be provi*
j,f Yal T:!-' I'"'-
|rnr, Green i- chairman or
Hal visitation pro'sd and is
, Mr<. Kaplan and Mrs.
f,M meeting < the league,
Luml vice pcc.H.nl will Dfl
jy Schools Resume
s, Hold Parties
,,m for Sundaj school will
[hi most loral ->nagogucs at
aadsy, ii >- announced ihii
lull Sholom, thi> Miami
IrwMi Center and Temple
II begin regular classes Sun-
i Brih Jacob ill hold regte-
J Sun.lav -.In.ill opening will
t let. 13. Beth Jacob will also
wkko- part) for elementary
i ho)- ami girll on thai day.
Klll.lllll-Kl III I I. I.iilliler.lale
Lplr Beth Kl in Hollywood
irnrull religioua tchool stud-
It
mi Jewish Orlhodox Con-
nhi.ii conducts a five-day
|ill resume Talmud Torah
Id. 11 Registration for Sun-
Ilake plan (Irt. 13.
nd-StableVigorous
mention to All Your
, ESTATE PROBLEMS
EO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
1309 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-6479
fc'i of Experience in Building
Mtruction on Miami Beach
Phone 5-7111
ELD'S
ERA
SHOP
Washington Ave.
8 Lincoln Road
Aiami Beach, Fla.
IAN & PERKINS
MOTORS
i!
i "Better Used Care"
[BUY ANY USED CAR
1 pAY "TOPS" FOR IT
81 N- E- 2nd Avenue
pHONE 2-6279
Frank Harney. jr.. managing director of Manning's Seafood res-
taurant, invited the Seahawks and their four coaches to a dinner
in their honor when they returned from a football trip this week.
Miami's first representatives in major league sports, the Seahawks ;
will Dlav their initial home game in the Orange Bowl Monday night \
against the San Francisco Forty-Niners.
The welcome home dinner was held at Manning's last night.
Greeting Harvey Hester, Seahawk president (on steps) at the air-
port are Jack Finnegan. of the Optimist club; Jess Yarborough,
Miami public welfare director; O. K. Doyle. Optimist president; John
Mobley. No. 1 Seahawk fan: Perry Nichols, vice president of the
Optimist club; Joe Adams. American Legion president, and Harney.
Guests at the dinner included Congressman-elect George Smathers,
City Manager Richard Danr.er, Miami Beach Mavor Herb Frink and
Yarborough.
Miami Congregation
Renames A. M. Bear
An entire slate of officers and
directors, headed by A. M. Bear,
was nominated Tuesday night by
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. Bear will serve his
second term as president.
Other officers selected were A.
Pepper, first vice president; Philip
Berkowitz. second vice president;
Max Rappaport, third vice presi-
dent; Max Mintzer, treasurer; Sid
H. Palmer, recording secretary;
Max Kupferstein, financial secre-
tary.
Named to the board were D.
Singer. Kred K. Schochet, I.
Schwartz, Max R. Silver, Sam
Werner, Joe Zalis, Joseph Rosen-
thai, D. Ochs, William Friedman,
William Clein, Leonard Miller,
Morris Pepper, Sam Blank, Lewis
Green, Harry Steinberg, Harry
Steinberg, Harry Pearl, Hyland
Rifas, D. Simon.
Elected as delegates to the
Greater Miami Cemetery associa-
tion were A. Pepper, Sid H. Palm-
er and Max Mintzer.
Obituaries
ALKXANDKIC
Mrs. Map Alexander. 49. of 1779 N.
W. 22nd st.. died Monday. She came
from New York City 16 years ago and
leaves a brother and a sister. Services
were held Tuesday In the Gordon
chapel, with burial in Mt. Sinai ceme-
tery.
STONK
Mrs. Augusta Stone. 64. mother of
Alfred Stone, owner of the Blackstone
hotel, Miami Beach, where she lived,
died Monday. She came from New York
City 17 >ears ago. Surviving besides
ihe son are two daughters. Services
were held Tuesday in the Beach Memo-
rial chapel, 1850 Alton rd.. with burial
in Mt. Nebo cemetery.
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Miss Frances Silversmith. 24. of 42
Washington ave.. Miami Beach, died
Sunday. She came from New York City
four years ago and leaves her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Silversmith;
three sisters and a brother. The body
was sent to New York City by Gordon
Funeral home.
WANTED
By Couple With Two-Year-Old
SonApartment or Room with
Private Family.
Yearly Basis.
Phone Mrs. Cohen at 2-9715.
On Fashion Board
Arthur Kahn, Miami Fashion
council president, and Ben A.
Hartley, president of Hartley's of
Miami, will serve on the board of
judges which wijl choose Miss
Florida Fashions of 1947 at the
Florida Fashion Mart style show
in Tampa next Tuesday.
Nat Roth is president of the
Mart.
Invites Center Board
Mr-. W illiiim Feuer i inviting of-
ficer! and board memberi of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood
t attend a luncheon at the Raleigh
hotel, Monilav at 12::ill p.m.
Mrs. Joseph M. Rote will preside.
I'lan- will be announced for ihe in-
stallalion luncheon icheduled for
Monday, Oct. 21.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Shippers, Tree Ripened Fruits, Crystalized Fiuits, Jellies
PecansGuaranteed Delivery
ANN'S FRUIT SHIPPERS
Collins Avenue at 8th Street Phone 5-9386
Miami Beach At the Fruit Mill
Plan Masquerade
A Hallowe'en masquerade with
dancing and refreshments is be-
ing planned for Oct. 27 by the
Beach Y council.
Members of the council are the
Jems, Winx, DBG, Poinciana,
Royal Palm and Flamingo chap-
ters.
Troop 24 to Meet
Scout Troop 24 will meet Mon-
day evening at the Beth Jacob
community building. Boys aged
12 years and over are eligible to
join. Pete Bluestein is scout-
master.
Announcement .
E.C.
GENERAL AGENT
Industrial Insurance
Co. of New Jersey
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
48-1706
A PLATFORM
FOR PERFORMANCE
Promote an
Interna-
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Airport in
Mami
Improve
County Rec-
( reational
Facilities

Secure
Master Rail-
road Termi-
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Miami
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Improve
Juvenile
Delinquent
Detention
Problem j
AID AND ASSIST
G.I. HOUSING
AND JOB-TRAINING
PROGRAM
Vote for the Man
WHO FOUGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE!
"BOB" WETMORE
County Commissioner
Oct. 8-Paid By Friends of Bob Wetmwe-OcUjj
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Veteran World Wars 1 and 2
CANDIDATE FOR
County
Commissioner
Democratic Primary
October 8 th 1946
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FRIDAY
GillES SUGGESTS JEWISH COLLEGE
IN FUTURE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
the rabbinate, Hebrew teaching,
Jewish .social work, and others
who will have a rounded and com-
plete Jewish education.
1 I) Leaders of our agencies and
synagogues are aware of the
("A PROGRAM FOR YOUTH AND ADULT." written by A. P. (,(,.1|th ,,f personnel: Sunday school
Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, is;tn< ,R,iPI- Hebrew
third in a series which Th< Jewish Floridiar. is prii tin in observance teachers, club
of Jewish Education Month.)
From all sides the y-.oran,v orschoola and Raton* schools are
our Jewish youth and adults is de- subjects unto themselves and war-
cried. There is an inclination rant .Sp0,.jai attention. We hope at
among many to blame this void on some |ater oct the Jewish educational system: progressive program In our ele-
mentary Jewish schools.
Hebrew and Sunday schools are
inadequate; the teachers are un-
prepared; the time given to Jew-
ish studies is insufficient, and
many other complaints in a similar
vein. These complaints are legiti-
mate and correct, and Jewish edu-
cators are giving serious consider-
ation to the subject.
Yet, anyone who works closely
with our Jewish educational sys-
tem in America, while realizing
the deplorable conditions prevail-
ing, recognizes that within the
limited time given to Jewish edu-
cation, the teachers are. on the
whole, idealists trying to do an
effective job. the children study
teachers. The Bureau of Jewish
Education is struggling with a
Teacher Training Institute. To do
a more effective Job our teachers
must be better equipped in sub-
ject matter and pedagogy. To see
(II There is no dichotomy be- I desired results the support of all
tween formal and informal edu-
cation. Jewish education is not
limited to the walls of the class-
room and continues beyond the
Bar Mitzva and confirmation age.
Where the classroom leaves off the
club room takes over, but the pro-
gram is part of the same pattern.
The Y's. synagogue centers
and the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation have an important func-
tion to perform and must see
that their programs dovetail.
The informal part of the Jew-
ish education program such as
dramatics. arts and crafts,
the subjects fairly well, learning | dance, songs, implement the for-
much about the Jewish people
and our heritage. What, then is
wrong? Why are the youth and
adults so abysmally ignorant.'
A colleague of mine writing on
the same subject in the Anglo-
Jewish press in the north, sug-
gests the possible elimination of
the elementary Jewish schools and
the concentration on the develop-
ment of the high schools and adult
Jewish education. He comes to this
conclusion because he feels that
the formative adolescent years. 13
to 19. are the most important
years of one's life from an educa-
tional point of view.
I can agree with the emphasis
to be laid on secondary Jewish ed-
ucation, but I must point out that
the elementary school years are of
primary importance, for it is in
those years that we build positive
attitudes and proper emotional at-
tachments to our Jewish values.
The answers to the above ques-
tions and the dire need for youth
adult education can be clearly
understood if we realize that it :s
absurd to expect childhood studies
to serve as the basis for well-
informed, educated adults. Would
it not be ridiculous for us to con-
Slder an elementary public school
graduate a cultured, educated per-
son, equipped for adulthood?
It is not untrue to say that 70
percent of our youth and adults at
mal program. It is part of the
whole pattern of Jewish living.
Our purpose should be the iden-
tification and affiliation of our
youth with cur community life.
Special materials will have to be
prepared and special courses de-
signed to train equipped person-
nel.
Naturally, i omplete understand-
ing and cooperation between the
various Jewish agencies and or-
ganizations is sme qua non.
(2i On the formal side, every
Sunday school should make plans
to develop a two or three year high
school department beyond the con-
firmation age. It is in the high
school department that our youth
will sense the greatness of the
Judaic cultural heritage. Prom the
lugh school graduates we shall
Iraw our future Sunday school
teachers, our club leaders and edu-
cated laity.
i:;i A strong centralized He-
brew high MhOOl must be devcl-
ped. Three of our local Hebrew
schools recently held graduations
for the first time in thi history of
Miami. Graduates of these schools
will be formed into a central He-
brew high school under the- super-
vision Of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. This project, going into
effect Immediately after Succoth,
Will be nurtured and developed
carefully. Prom this high school
some t.me or another received group we may expect some to con-
me form of Jewish education: tinue their studies In higher Instl-
they were Bar Mitzvah, confirmed,
or studied privately, and therefore,
we expect them to have a grasp of
our rich heritage and culture. This
cannot be. The reasons are obvi-
our: our Children's stay in school
is limited. (Most of them stay two
or three years at the most, very
few continue during the adolescent
period! Children do not have the
capacity to grasp our ethical and
moral ideals, the meaning of our
long history and the feeling of
identification with the Jewish peo-
ple.
What must be done to correct a
deplorable situation? We wish to
discuss several points with respect
to youth and adults. The Sunday
tutions ;ind ultimately to go-into
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
P. A. AUSLEY
66 N. W. 4th Street
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sclloway
and Daughter
975 Biarritz Drive
Miami Beach
Wish All Their Friends
Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and
elements In the community is need-
ed.
It may interest the commu-
nity to know that there are al-
ready local products of whom
we can be proud: two young
people are preparing for the rab-
binate at the Jewish Theological
Seminary; two are Hebrew
tcachers-in-training with good
potentialities: there are about a
half dozen preparing to teach In
our Sunday schools. This is just
a beginning.
I can foresee the time when
many more of our local young peo-
ple will go into Jewish social work,
the rabbinate, Hebrew teaching,
will become trained club leaders,
and many others who will be edu-
cated laymen. Anyone who under-
stands that education is a slow
process and who has foresight will
recognize the soundness of develop-
ing such a program.
(5> On an adult level, a com-
munity-wide adult education pro-
gram has to be planned. The
Greater Miami Jewish Cultural
committee is a good beginning on
the informal side. Agencies and
organizations must plan together
rather than separately. Spasmodic
popular lectures and courses are
ill right and necessary, but we
need a long range, continued in-
tensive program on an adult level.
la It far-fetched to hope for a
college of Jewish studies in the
south, located in Miami? Such
an institution would give cours-
es In Hebrew, Bible, history,
etc., on a year-round basis with
credit, etc., and would train
club leaders, Sunday school
teachers, Hebrew School teach-
ers, and be a place for those
who wish to study our rich cul-
tural heritage.
This long range program needs
the attention of
oIC **
a united 1
adults on a
1 propose
Part of all
""is interested h
ish
:i
every serious ti^,"^ *
thinking Jew in our midst and the h_._ ,, "W
support of our professionals and no <5!^Htf,*,
ultinut,.
OCTOB
an iniDcot tU
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All men who volunteer for tie new Regular .<
before October 5, 1946. are guaranteed the full edoL
benefits of the G. I. Bill of Rights f.,r the complete!
their enlistment1,1%, 2 or 3 )ears, whichever thai
**> For men enlisting after October 5th, benefits wdeil
G. I. Bill of Rights will accrue only so long asthei
emergency exists. Upon officiaUcrniinatjan of thewar i
benefits cease. 'v. """.*:
'These benefits, which include the opportunity to'
full college, trade or business school education, an 1
important to every man
who plans to enlist in the
new Regular Army. Be
sure you get all the facts
before October 5th from
your nearest U. S. Amy
Recruiting Station. ~"
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ROOMS 302-303
Musicians Club of
America
Presents
Famous Westminster
Choir
John Finley Williamson
Conductor
Benefit-Home for Musicians!
Wednesday Eve., Oct. 30__i
19468:30 P.M.
White Temple Auditorium '
320 N. E. 2nd Ave.
TICKETS FOR SALE AT
MIAMI: Cordelia's Book Shop.'
Red Cross Dept. Store (Kodak!
jDepi.), Amidon's Music Stores, I
Biscayne Blvd. and Alhambiai
jCir., Miami Beach Radio, Saks I
j Fifth Ave., Miami Beach Con*
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lLl!t,le Flow Shop) in Mac- |
jFadden Deauville Hotel.
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wishes to make public this year's list oi butcher shops and poultry markets
under its supervision. The following are the ONLY shops at this time being
supervised by the Vaad Hakashruth. We guarantee the kashruth oi the mea.
and poultry in the following 14 butcher shops and 3 poultry markets oniyi
Look for the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Poster!
Insist on the B.J.C. "Kosher Rings'* on All Poultry
Your Guarantees of Kashruth for the Past 7 Years
KOSHER BUTCHER SHOPS
Lebowitx Market B. Kass. prop.................................................4 Washington A
White Rose Market. M. Heller, prop.........................................87 Washington j*
Merlin's Market M. Schwartz & O. Label, props.........................320 [J""
09 c Collins A"-
Guttman's Market Guttman & Lapoff. props.................................** ^
National Kosher Market Max Daum, prop.................................424 ^
Sullivan County Market S. Kohlenberg, prop.............................618 Z?.^ Ate.
Mel's Food Center. H. Jacobs, prop............................................cc^MicbJgan Are-'
Michigan Food Center. S. Serlin. prop.....................................MI WJC* ...
Blackstone Market S. Jane, prop.........................................737 WttW ^
Washington Food Center. B. Deutch. prop.........................151 WaTm* Are.
Trachtenberg Market Kaplan & Rothstein. props.............1323 W^j1^ ..
Whittman's Market D. Whittman, prop..............................1325 *^*g|i,
Penn-Way Market H. Goldberger. prop.........................I*47 fmmn'S^ ft
Community Food Center. J. Deutch, prop...........................................
KOSHER POULTRY MARKETS
While Rose Market S. Elgison, prop.....................................87 ^jjff Ave.
Guttman's Market Guttman & Lapoff. props................................. rollins A'e'
Merlin's Market S. Elgison. prop.................................................
BUY KOSHER!
Rabbi M. Mescheloff. Director Dr. M. J. Safra, Chair*
CLIP THIS LIST FOR YOUR REFERENCE


OCTOBEROIM
+Jewish Fbjrlrii*r,
ES GKUUr iu nuurT BY-
I PERMANENT OFFICERS SUNDAY
PAGE NINE
Gables Jewish Center
elect their first per-
,1 board mem-
will
Ifflcers an*
, constitution a*
g.30p.m Sunday at the
.,.,, p0nce de Leon
Sam Silver,
announced
\,n\ GtMea,
president,
I '
Unuin Hubin,
ver for presi-
vice presi-
, Lewis, record-
ry; Mrs Luke Kussner.
riling secretary: Mrs. Irv-
Cenfeld, treasurer.
Inter's Sun y school com-
[eaded by Dewey Klein,
nsor a Sukkos party for
of Coral Gables and the
|at the Hillel House at 2
day, Oct. 13. Arrange-
ments for Sunday school registra-
tion will be made at that time.
The Center plans to enroll its
teachers in the training institute
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, Silver said.
Other activities of the group
planned for this year are a mem-
bership drive to be held in Novem-
ber and a series of cultural events.
Rabbi Albert Michels, assisted by
Sidney Lewis, is in Charge of the
program committee.
Organization of boy ami girl
scout troops is under the direction Mrs, Harry Koaakoff,
Miami Hadassah Names Phi Sigma Alumnae
tour to Central Board To Hold First Meeting
Ml Joel Belov, Mrs. Maurice First meeting of the loeal Phi
Grossman, Mrs. Victor Mell Sigma Sigma Alumnae club will
.m,i Mrs. Joseph Karp were elect- take place at the home of Mrs.
ed to serve as representatives of Harry Rosenberg, 424 E. San
the Miami group of lla.lassah oil Marino dr., at 1:30 p.m. Wednes-
the Greater Miami Hadassah cen- day. Election of officers will be
tial board at a meeting held Mon- held at that time and plans for the
day at the home of Mrs, David year's social and philanthropic ac-
Sernacker. Mis. Karp is president tivities will be made.
of the Miami group, Mis. T. R. Simon has issued a
New chairmen of the town group request for aiumnae who wish to
in Mrs. Rat Frome, program attend to contact her at 2-0458.
chairman; Mrs, Frank Kline, pub- The sorority consists of 25 ac-
licity chairman; Mrs. Tina Kotkln Uve undergraduate chapters and
membership chairman, assisted by 16 alumnae "
of Milton Klein, youth committee
chairman.
In the four months since the
Center was organized, membership
has grown from 20 to over 160
families, Silver stated.
minister Choir
ig at Benefit
anious Westminster choir
present-'I in a concert at
he Tempi, auditorium, 320
Loml ave., on Wednesday
I Oct. 30. by lh" Musicians
,\m,i Miss Bertha
Ifoumler and president, an-
this week. The event is
he Ruth Brotman nianage-
will 1"' 'voted to the
I musie colony to be erect-
140 acre .-i'.' in Miami.
Foster recently returned
[nation-ui tour in behalf
bund raising project to as-
aome for retired musicians.
of th' Musicians.' Club
lef direi I include Jose
Lily Poiu Percy Grainger,
nolii V
Its foi i iiiicert are
[it $1 50 $2.50 and $3,
Vdvance mail
I" are at 708
r
fts will on sale at
|a- B..... i>. the Kodak
pent of Ri ; Cioss depart-
Itore. Amidi n's music stores
layne blvd, ami at Alham-
Next meeting of the group will
he held at 1:30 p.m. Monday. Oct.
21, at Beth David synagogue. Mis
Plan October Meeting
Program for their Oct. 15th
meeting was planned by board
members of the Miami Beach Wo-
Cardiac Group to Hear
National President
First meeting of the season
will be held by the Dade chap-
ter, National Children's Cardiac
Home, at 1 p. m. Wednesday at
the Beach Y, Mrs. Gertrude
Lachs, president, announced yes-
terday.
Guest speaker will be Harry
Saffer, national president of the
Home, who will discuss plans
and activities for the year. The
meeting is open to the public.
The regular board of director's
meeting will be held at the Y
at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
L. Hartz and Mrs. Harry Mlnkoff men'a Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged Tuesday at
the Versailles hotel, Mrs. Ben-
WIOD Changes Time
Of Eternal Light Show
"The Eternal Light." weekly
broadcast of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, will be presented
at 9:30 a.m. Sundays over WIOD
in the future, the station's pro-
gram director announced this
week.
Previously heard at 11 a.m.. the
program is now being aired at
12:30 p.m. nationally by NBC Fri-
able to air the show at that time.
WIOD will present a recording of
the previous week's broadcast at
the 9:30 spot each Sunday.
On Oct. 13, "The Town of the
Little People." a radio play adapt-
ed from a story in Sholom Alei-
chem's "The Old Country," will
be broadcast. It will be the first j
in a series of three Sholom Alei- ;
chem stories to be aired.
bra circle, the Miami Beach Radio
store, Saks Fifth ave., the Miami
Beach Conservatory of Music at
41st st., and the Little Flower
shop in the Macfadden Deauville
hotel.
Telephone 2-3133 for particulars.
will be in charge of the Social
hour.
I'n jiits scheduled on the Hadas-
sah calendar include Youth Ally ah,
.Jewish National Fund, Child Wel-
fare and Hadassah Medical organ-
ization.
Mrs. Levi Is OES Hostess
Mrs. Phil Levi, 1818 N.W.
Seventh st.. will sponsor a card
party h p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10.
at her home for the benefit of the
welfare committee. Grand Chapter
of Florida, Order of Eastern Star.
Refreshments will be served. The
public is invited. Mrs. Lena Simon,
stale welfare chairman, announces.
jamin Sherry, president, reports.
The mid-October meeting, to be
held at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center at 1:30 p.m.. will be the
first general membersh affair of
the season.
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FRIDAY,
D Phi E Alumnae Elect
Miami Officers
Mrs. Ethel Gerson, 1128 Cor-
dova *t.. Coral Gables, waa elected
president of the Miami chapter,
I Delta Phi Epailon Alumnae organ-
A membership reception to open Illation, at the first meeting ol the
their activities for the season wnl season last wok.
be planned by board members of Mrs. Gerson, v.ho is housing
the American Jewish Congress director for the international %>-
Womon's division of Miami Beach rority. has called a meeting for
BEACH AJC BOARD
PLANS RECEPTION
at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Ca-
dillac hotel. Mrs. Louis Glasser.
president, announces.
A musical concert will be fea-
tured at the reception, which will
be held at the Wofford hotel Oct
8 p.m. Tuesday at the Lear
School, 1010 West ave., Miami
Beach. Mrs. Ida Lear, patron-
ess of the University of Miami
chapter of the sorority, will be
hostess.
Organized In 1938, the local
28. In charge of the event are alumnae organization assists the
... ,, ,. Omega chapter .it the University
Mrs. Jerome Kimball. Mrs. Jack B '
of Miami and the Iota chaptei at
Janoff. Mrs. Frank Weiss. Mrs. p,,,,.,^ state CoH( Women.
Morris Rabinowitz and Mrs. AI- ()IU. ,,,- the major projects of the
fred Lesser. sorority is taking care of European
Tickets for the Friday Review refugee childn n.
series of book reviews arc now New officers who.will serve with
available from Mrs. Benjamin Mrs Gerson arc Mrs Sydney L,
Sherry, chairman, Mrs. Leonard Weintraub, \ ildent; Miss
Kimball or Mrs. Frank Weiss. The Arline Lipson, re retary;
series, Which will begin Nov, 8, Mrs. Sam Paetl ;ion.ling
will be for the benefit of Congress
activities.
These include the rehabilita-
tion of European <*ities. promotion
of Jewish literature and culture
secretary; Mrs Milton Sirkin,
treasurer.
Mrs. Joseph Shopiro, chairman
of committees, has appointed Miss
Ethel Mm!.- iw up the con-
and protecting minority rights as Btitution and by-laws. Assisting |
well as fighting any anti-Semitic her will be Miss Naomi Grossman,
or fascist tendencies," Mrs Glasser Mrs Murray Cohen, Mr.- G
stated. and Mrs Paetro.
One of the major jobs "f AJC Mis Martin Gene) will be alum-
tins year will !>< to provide psy- iae advisor to the Omega < h ptei
chological as well as material aidjat the University and chairman of
for European Jewish children, she the social activities committee,
said, Tins is being done in co- Other members of the committee
operation with the World Jewish arc Mrs. Grace Strauss, Mrs Sid-
Congress through the Foster Par- ney Goldston and Miss Rita G
enl Plan More than l.niKi children man-
an- being cared for in Europe now AJumnae meetings will he held
r this plan. the first Tuesday "f each month
Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs. beginning November, Members of
Joseph Pei-man have charge of the ""' various I' Pin E chapters arc
Beach AJC Foster Parent cum- Invited to join the group.
mittee -------------------
Beach Y' Activities
Fall activities of the Bea< h v
PLANS BENEFIT
A pre-Thanksgivlng fixed card
party will be held by the Kadimah
chapter of the Pioneer Women's
Organisation for Palestine Nov.
24, Mrs. Albert Berson, president,
announces. Proceeds will go to the
Moatzath Hapoaloth, sister orgnn-
Izatlon in Palestine of the Pioneer
Women in America.
Plans fur the affair were drawn
up at a recent hoard meeting held
a! the home of Mrs. Fred Sandier,
]o7."> N.W, 17th st.
Mrs William Berson and Mrs.
Marilyn Simon will be cochairmen
of the event. Assisting will be Mrs.
David Washer, Mrs. Sandier. Mrs.
I lose Mellnson, Mrs. Robert E.
Miller. Mrs Nat Coulton, Mrs. Es-
telle Pcigel. Mrs. Etta Courtman
and Mrs. Cetla Segal.
The chapter. Knglish-speaking
branch of the Pioneer Women, will
sponsor a performance by Brag-
gic.tti and Chaikln, duo piano con-
. .-it team on March H nt the Mi-
ami Edison High schol auditorium
for the benefit of the Child Res-
cue project.
Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
(br memory of the late Hubin
Breger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Breger, 1045 Meridian ave.
will take place at 2 p. m. Sunday
in Mt Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate. Ar-
rangements are under the direc-
tion nf Gordon Monument com-
pany. Friends are requested to at-
tend.
A course in intercultural educa-
tion is being planned for AJC
by Miss Malvina Weiss, Mrs.
Glasser said, The class, which will
begin early in November, will be
highlighted by outstanding lectur-
will get under way Oct. 15, Jai I;
Marash, executive director, an-
nounced this w. ek.
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YPL Names Committees
For Dance Sunday
Young; People's league of th(
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
hold a dance Sunday evening at
the Center In conjunction with its
membership drive. Selma Lewis
and Gershon Miller are cochair-
men of the affair.
The nine piece College Kinj;s
Orchestra will provide music from
9 p.m. to midnight.
Committee chairmen for the af-
fair are Gil Godley. Kstelle Ankor
and Nomia Raskin, tickets; How-
ard Levine, Inez Sehulman and
Eleanor Schulang, prizes; Lucille
Yagoda. Frank Zeive, Selma Lew-
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Norman Green, Shirley Pardo. Ber-
nlce Dogoloff, Selma Lewis, Lu-
cille Yagoda. correspondence; Mar-
tin Goldberg, Joyce Lichtenstein,
Martin Cometz, decorations.
Mrs. E. Lewis, chairman of sen-
ior aides, will be assisted by Mrs.
R. Lichtenstein and Mrs. Green.
First open meeting of the season
will be held by YPL on Monday
evening. Oct. 14, at the Center.
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?Je*isliFk>rklton
PAGE ELEVEN
Bde county voters will cast
ballots in the Democratic
lUy Tuesday to select a
ty commissioner to fill the
pired tern, of the late N.
uowrey.
legar.Uess of the section in
Lh they live, voters are eligi-
"to go to the polls if they
, registered before Sept. 7.
julidates for the commls-
post arc Sam Davis, I. D.
fcvicar, Welford H. Tyler, jr.,
iert H. Wctmore, Erl Roman
pan D. Rosenfelder.
D. Rosenfelder
D. Rosenfelder, candidate
'ade county commissioner, has
. the people of this county
rious capacities. He organ-
division of civil protection
fade county prior to World
II. This division numbered
, than 10,000 volunteers and
toted of air raid wardens, fire
Ids, air spotters, auxiliary Po-
land the various other units
1 comprised this defense divi-
der orders of Gov. Holland,
ganized the Seventh Battalion
lie Florida State Guard that
from Key West to West
Beach,
lenfelder served in World War
also in World War II.
faeased from military service
spring of 1914 he became
| of the department of public
of Miami.
Benfelder advocates increased
county aviation facilities, a
p super highway plan, ade-
hospital and health facili-
r Dade county and uniform
regulations for the entire.
) county area.
\ is a member of the Shrine,
(it Templar, American Le-
| Military Order of the World
Elks, past president of the
i County Chiefs of Police as-
(tion and for many years
an of the Dade County Mu-
league.
the taxpayers of the county. If
that cannot be worked out, then
the county should proceed at once
to construct a hospital. Hoapltal-
ization Is a county affair, he said
MacVicar veteran of both World
Wars, demands expansion of air-
port facilities, particularly con-
solidation of the Thirty-sixth
street airport and the army depot.
Protection and preservation of
the water supply also is in Mac-
Vicar's platform.
"I also intend to work for the
creation of parks and playgrounds
in the outlying sections of the
county," he explained.
Conservation of Dade's natural
resources and a fight for equitable
and fair freight rates are other
planks in the candidate's platform.
MacVicar has been a business
man in Dade county for 27 years.
I. MacVicar
koreed by all groups of the
tag industry is I. D. Mac-
candidate for county com-
loner.
a positive stand that he
pot be a "yes man" for any-
or any group, MacVicar
to sponsor a humani-
program including urgently
1 hospital facilities.
I desire that the county and
get together in an amicable
Tfor the transfer of Jackson
final Hospital to the county.
transfer should be fair to the
Wers of the city as well as
Sam W. Davis
Sam W. Davis, county commis-
sion candidate, is a native of Rome,
Ga., and resided on a farm until
he was 19 years old.
A brakeman and conductor for
the Southern Railway from 1906
until 1923, he has been a member
of the Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen for 40 years.
A resident of Miami since 1923,
he operates a drug store at 1594
N. W. 36th st. He has been mar-
ried for 38 years and has two
sons.
Davis is a founder of the Wyn-
wood Park Improvement associa-
tion, a director of the Edison-
Lemon City Improvement associa-
tion, and a member of the Alla-
pattah Lions club, Scottish Rite,
Elks and the Shrine.
His platform includes hospital
consolidation: tax reduction; coun-
ty administration in keeping with
population growth; supervised
swimming pools; extension of air-
port program; fill or fence aban-
doned rock pits; county residents
should be favored on public works
projects.
cated swimming pools, to eliminate
accidental deaths of children who
drown while swimming in rock
pits.
3. A conveniently located mas-
ter railroad terminal for Miami
away from the congested down-
town traffic area.
4. Improveu conditions for the
housing of juvenile delinquents ;
away from the county jail,
5. All aid ami assistance possi- '
ble to the end of liberalizing the
GI. housing program and the job-
training program.
Wetmore, who served with the
Florida national guard, has been
associated with his father and bro-
ther in the pnint business for the
past ten years.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS IlKREHY OIVEN that
the under sinned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PLASTICS BY U VI.|.hart, at 11240
N Vt 27th .We., intend to register
said nnme with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
OBBIE ROSENTHAL
SIDNEY WASHERMAN
n/13-20 27 10/4-11 1'an"erS
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Uii inderslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
BENNETT WHOLESALE CO., at 736
V E. First Avc Miami, Ha., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of l'ade County,
Florida.
AL OSIIEROFF
9/13-20-27 10/4-11
LEGAL NOTICES
Robert Wetmore
A five point program of com-
prehensive improvement and serv-
ice is offered by Robert H. "Bob''
Wetmore, candidate for the Dade
county commission vacancy.
Resident of Miami for 38 years,
Wetmore fought the election issue
through to the Florida supreme
court in order to assure the special
election for county commissioner.
His program is:
1. Promotion of an internation-
al airport in Miami.
2. More and improved recrea-
tional facilities for county young-
sters, particularly strategically lo-
(More Political News on Page 12)
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIV EN thai
tie- undersigned ..... eng iged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
CHIRF FRttZKN I'RODICTS, at lid
N, W 82nd Street, Miami, Florida, and
Intend to reglstei the s ild tl< tltioun
name In the office of the Clerk "i
the Circuit Court of Dade Onmtv.
Florida.
BEN LEVIN,
SHIRLEY LEVIN,
CHARLES KROMER.
Sole Owners,
OEOROE CHERTKi >F,
Attorney for Applicants.
9/27 i". l-ll-ls-2".
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring t'> engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ANITA LEE GIFT SHOPPE, at 1761
S. W. 8th St., Miami. Florida, Intend
'-'- < I Id name with the Clerk
Jf the Circuit Courl ..f Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY R. SHERMAN
.,, BESSIE SHERMAN
9 20-27 in/t-ll-lg
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under the fictitious name, of
TOBIB'H Ll'NCHEONETTE, at 235
-V I-.. Firm .We.. Miami, Pla intends
to register sold name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Di..... countv,
f I'M Ida.
NATE OOEBEL,
SAM SILVER, BOta Wner-
Attorney for Applicant.
I tor. Congress Bldg.
9/13-20-27 10 4-11
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File i-~~.'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
DAY KORNICK, holder as assignee
"f City of Miami Tax Certificate
Numbered 5278, dated the Is! day of
June, A.D. 1942. has filed said Certifi-
cate In my office, and has made ap-
plication f.'i tax deed w Issue there-
on In at irdai e with law. Bald '' -
tifieat.- embraces the following de-
scribed property, situated In Dade
< 'ounty, Florida, tO*Wll:
I/a ;, i:io, u ^. Harwood B
Addition t.r Riverside Farms, Plat
Book 4, Page 29, in the City of M ami,
County of Dade, State of Florida,
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name or L'NKNOWN. Tides- Raid
Certificate shall ho redeemed :......rd-
lng to law, tax d.ed will Issue Ihi i
on the 23rd day "f October, A i> 1948.
Hated MiW 18th tiny of September,
A.D. 1948.
Ill Court Peal)
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court.
Dade Count v. Florida,
rtv BETHENIA \V. BRYAN,
D. C.
'2".27 10/ |-i 1 -IS
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
CHIEF FROZEN FOOD STORES, at
918 Everglades Canonise. Miami
Beach, Dade county, Florida, and at
1141-111.1 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Dade County, Florida, and intend to
register the fictitious name in the
offl.....>f the clerk of the I
Court of Hade County, Florida.
REN LEVIN
SHIRLEY LEVIN
CHARLES UROMF.R
s ile Owners.
OEOROE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for Applicants,
g 6-13-20-27 10/4
C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach
1 job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
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NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN tliat
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
ouslnexH under the fictitious name of
MIAMI AMUFEMENTS, at 2106 N, B,
Set nnd Av. Miami, Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
Ihe Clrcull Court of Dado Coumv,
Florida.
BERNARD 11. FRANK
WILLIAM A. CORNELIUS
MAE LUTWACK
SNMIKl. RI'RIN,
Vttorney for Aw'llr.ints.
I 20 27 Id 1-11-18
LEGAL NOTICES
N< >TK'E IS HEREBY OIVEN thftt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious amne of
MODERN HDCSEKEEl'INfl SHOP,
at 817 S. \V. ISth Ave., Miami, Fla..
Intends to register tho said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County, Florida.
KENNETH S. CARPENTER.
Sole Owner.
SEYMOUR J. SIMON,
Attorney for Applicant.
3/13-20-27 10/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY (5IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nnino of
INDIVIDUAL LAUNDRY SERVICE
OF MIAMI, at 477 S. \V. sth Street,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
eald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dado County. Florida.
MANUEL BURSTEIN
VON ZAMFT A SIMON,
Attorneys for Manuel Bursteln,
H/27 10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHAPPIE'S BAR, al 5801 N. W. 22nd
Ave., Miami. Fla., intend to register
said name with the (l.ik of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID P. WIENER
CHARLES CAMPIOLIA
NATHANIEL J, KLEIN,
Attorney for Applicants,
805 Lincoln Road.
H/27 10/1-11-lS
NOTICE lei HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RAKER IM.r.MHING & HEATINO
CO., a,t W2C, N. W. 3Mh Court. Miami.
Fla,, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County, Florida.
TOM RAKER
0/27 10/4-11-18-85
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the- undersigned are engaged In busl-
under the fictitious name of
LA BELLE APARTMENTS, at 1195
I I" Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, nnd int,t;d to register the said
i Htlc is name In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
LAWRENCE HOFFMAN
MINNIE HOFFM VN
So|,. Owners.
OEOROE CHERTKOF,
Vttoi in v for Applicants.
9 r, IO/4-11-1S-2S
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN, pur-
' t" the Fictitious Name Stat-
ute" thai the undersigned, doing
business under the fictitious name of
MOLLY a*nd mac KOSHER DELI-
CATESSEN .*. RESTAURANT, locat-
ed at 1423 Washington Avenue. Miami
Reach, Dade County, Florida, Instead
to register said fictitious name In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl of Dndi County, Florida.
MOLLY AI'TE.
formerly known as
MOLLY WAONER
MAC MERMELL
NATHANIEL J. KLEIN.
Attorney for Applicants,
805 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Fla.
9/13-20-27 10 i-ll
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
is under the fictitious name of
SINCLAIR HOTEL, al 507 Espanola
Way, Miami Beach, Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Clrc uii c, ir| 0f Dade county.
Florida,
LAWRENCE TAYLOR.
Li i.....and i iperator
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorni y foi Applicant,
gress Bldg,
1/27 1" 4-11-1S-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALBERT BALES CO. (not Inc.). at
2H E. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida.
intends to register said namo with
lb.- Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY ALBERT.
9/13-20-27 10/4-11
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Erl Roman
With the objective of making
Daiie the most beautiful anil most
prosperous county in America. Erl
Roman, for 17 years fighting: edi-
tor of The Miami Herald, has an-
nounced as a candidate in the Oct.
8 special election, for the vacant
county commission seat.
Noted as a conservationist, Ro-
man is a director of the Dade
County Conservation council and
the recipient of a gold medal from
the state for his work in con-
serving Florida's fresh water sup-
plies.
In 1938. Roman organized the
Quarterbacks' club, which now has
more than 12,000 members. Cur-
rently, he is vice president of the
group and a director in Anglers,
Inc.. which conducts the annual
metropolitan Miami Fishing Tourn-
ament, which he also helped or-
ganize.
Roman was a GI in World War
I. a member of the Masonic lodge,
Episcopal church and the Kappa
Sigma Alumni association. He re-
sides with his wife at 2930 N.W,
Eighth ave. and has opened cam-
paign headquarters at 1119 Con-
gress Building.
Many leading business men and
various groups have declared their
support of him, because "Erl Ro-
man has a wholesome reputation.
practical business ability, sane and
solid ideas for the progress of
Dade county and because he has
never been fixed up in politics,"
they stated.
McAllister Volunteer
To Hold Reunion
McAllister Volunteers of Flor-
ida, Inc., will hold a reunion all
day Sunday, Oct. 13. at the Rock
House near the entrance < >f Mat he-
son Hammock. C L. Libby. presi-
dent, announces.
Activities for the volunteers and
their families will begin at 9 a. m.
The volunteer group was formed
to train civilians in military drill
and tactics shortly before World
War II.
Libby has issued a special in-
vitation to members of the Miami
Y and B'nai B'rith who were af-
filiated with the volunteers.
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Facilities for treatments of scute
medical, and convalescent caiei
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habits. Psy-
chotherapy, Hydrotherapy and
Electric-Shock therapy scientific-
ally given.
P. L. DODGE, M. D.
Medical Director and President
1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
Phones 2-0243-9-1042
Open io Members of
Dade County Medical Assn.
Welford H. Tyler. Jr.
Welford H. Tyler, jr.. candidate
for the vacant county commission
post, is a former mayor and city
councilman of Miami Springs. He-
is an associate in the office of the
Lincoln (rational Life Insurance
company.
A native of Richmond. Va.. the
38 y.ar old candidate settled In
Miami Springs in 1936. He was
active in the Miami Springs fire
department and instigated the
recn ational program -ct up by Mi-
ami Springs for adults and teen-
agers.
He had planned to make the
race for the commission in 1048,
providing the late N, P. Lowrey.
a .lose personal friend, was not a
candidate. Following Lowrey'a
death, he decided to enter the
list for Lowrey's unexpired term.
,\ former eommitteeman for the
Boy Scouts, Tyler makes his home
with his wife and two children at
32 N. Melrose dr., Miami Springs.
He is a member of Olete lodge,
K A AM, Miami Springs, and the
rlialeah Eastern Stai chapter.
Gorchovs Celebrate
Sixth Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gorchov,
2142 Cora! Way. Coral Gables,
celebrated their sixth wedding an-
niversary last Thursday evening
with a dinner-dance f"i close
friends at the Versailles hotel.
The affair marked the first tune
which the couple had an oppor-
tunity to celebrate together during
their six years of marriage. Since
1940, Mr. GorchOV has been on
active duty with the Army as a
major of field artillery.
The family, which includes four-
year old Michael, moved here from
their home in Philadelphia after
Mr. Gorchov opened a branch of-
fice of the national Cantor Ad-
vertising agency on Miami Beach
-i.\ months ago.
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Joe Schrebnick has entered the
University of Miami as a senior
to complete his studies toward a
l;.\ degree. Among the courses he
is taking are French and Italian
and vocal instruction.

Mignon Kate, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Katz. has entered
the University of Boston as a
freshman.
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Mr. and Mrs. Wise of Lake
Worth spent the holidays at West
Palm Beach and attended services
at Congregation Beth El.

Mr, and Mrs. Abrams spent a
few clays at West Palm Beach at-
tending services and visiting sev-
eral of their friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiman
Bpent the weekend in West Palm
Peach.

Marilyn Kapner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kapner, cel-
ebrated her eighth birthday at a
lawn party last Saturday at her
home. 112 27th st. Asisting her
mother were Mrs. Deszo Julius,
.loan Lee Kapner and Rita Moss.
Guests were Helaine May, Leon-
ard Julius, Wendel Carpenter, Re-
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A games party will be held this
month by B'nai B'rith Stars, it
was announced this week. Nettie
Fried and Helena Held will be in
charge of refreshments and Shir-
ley Blumberg, ticket sales. Sues-
ann Chasan, honorary member,
was elected publicity manager at
a meeting at the home of Sarah
Auerback last week.

State's attorney Phil O'Connell
was guest speaker at a B'nai
B'rith rally last week. The lodge
is planning a monte carlo night
for Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bayer are
taking a month's vacation in Co-
lumbus. Ohio. Mr. Bayer is pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith.
Mi^SuT^
Bel ^'x-nMrandMr..^
wrtUtt, 2221 N.W 95u^'
Mom* reception ^
ey -re celebrating^
and engagement of ^
ter, Gladys.
Miss Silverblatt, brifc^
Harold Friedman, attend '
University of Miami a*,,
a bachelor's degree from 1
State College for Women.
been living in New York"
she la employed on the L
staff Of the United N'aUoni
Her fiance, son of the L
mans of New York, is an l
of the College of the City)
York, and is taking graduitei,
at New York university. ftv
recently discharged after tin,,
one-half years in the Araji
forces.
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^•A^'^MW^K: ft, OCTOBERJJS^ Jewish fkridtiart SELECTS Frank Harney Entertains Seahawks ammm PAGE SEVEN K p l.n M ""'' 1 prrsi Mhmi ServiM U>MW P i "f MrGeow reStiali"" '" Mr Norman r .s...an wa. ",f „,.|,.-lcd as •'"' x i,-. president, Ml* Kaplan icaptain 0 f i |i <• league's team which 8 co operating in the Y\ $200,000 buildIn, fund drive. Xl„. league will liulil Ma monthly bingo party for convalescent M*CBSCAN viremen at the 0,1 hotpital Monday eveformer Victors Belhi and "„f ilir Debb'a chapter of ilh ar incited, Mrs. Kaplan Utporution wUI be provi* j, f Yal T:!-' I'"'| rnr Green ichairman or Hal visitation pro'sd and is Mr<. Kaplan and Mrs. f,„M meeting < the league, Luml vice pcc.H.nl will Dfl jy Schools Resume s, Hold Parties ,,m for Sundaj school will [hi most loral ->nagogucs at aadsy, ii •>announced ihii lull Sholom, thi> Miami IrwMi Center and Temple II begin regular classes Suni Brih Jacob ill hold regteJ Sun.lav -.In.ill opening will tears ago. Surviving besides ihe son are two daughters. Services were held Tuesday in the Beach Memorial chapel, 1850 Alton rd.. with burial in Mt. Nebo cemetery. -II \ I ii-iii i I. Miss Frances Silversmith. 24. of 42 Washington ave.. Miami Beach, died Sunday. She came from New York City four years ago and leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Silversmith; three sisters and a brother. The body was sent to New York City by Gordon Funeral home. WANTED By Couple With Two-Year-Old Son—Apartment or Room with Private Family. Yearly Basis. Phone Mrs. Cohen at 2-9715. On Fashion Board Arthur Kahn, Miami Fashion council president, and Ben A. Hartley, president of Hartley's of Miami, will serve on the board of judges which wijl choose Miss Florida Fashions of 1947 at the Florida Fashion Mart style show in Tampa next Tuesday. Nat Roth is president of the Mart. Invites Center Board Mr-. W illiiim Feuer i inviting officer! and board memberi of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood t attend a luncheon at the Raleigh hotel, Monilav at 12::ill p.m. Mrs. Joseph M. Rote will preside. I'lanwill be announced for ihe installalion luncheon icheduled for Monday, Oct. 21. NEW YEAR GREETINGS Shippers, Tree Ripened Fruits, Crystalized Fiuits, Jellies Pecans—Guaranteed Delivery ANN'S FRUIT SHIPPERS Collins Avenue at 8th Street Phone 5-9386 Miami Beach At the Fruit Mill Plan Masquerade A Hallowe'en masquerade with dancing and refreshments is being planned for Oct. 27 by the Beach Y council. Members of the council are the Jems, Winx, DBG, Poinciana, Royal Palm and Flamingo chapters. Troop 24 to Meet Scout Troop 24 will meet Monday evening at the Beth Jacob community building. Boys aged 12 years and over are eligible to join. Pete Bluestein is scoutmaster. Announcement E.C. GENERAL AGENT Industrial Insurance Co. of New Jersey 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 48-1706 A PLATFORM FOR PERFORMANCE Promote an International Airport in Mami Improve County Rec( reational Facilities Secure Master Railroad Terminal for Miami %  >' %  %  %  *** Improve Juvenile Delinquent Detention Problem j AID AND ASSIST G.I. HOUSING AND JOB-TRAINING PROGRAM Vote for the Man WHO FOUGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE! "BOB" WETMORE County Commissioner Oct. 8-Paid By Friends of Bob Wetmwe-OcUjj SEASON'S GREETINGS f"\ 9h A j j i[:-M jlij .f*gfe *3S S. M SM SI scSsS _a£Si 'The Home oi Delicous Foods' Vote for and Support DAN D. R0SENFELDER Veteran World Wars 1 and 2 CANDIDATE FOR County Commissioner Democratic Primary October 8 th 1946 (Paid Political Advertisement) f 1 %  • I n. i %  1 1 4 % 



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PAGE FOUR +Je*istrk>ri(Jton > %  \ i %  %  1 itcJLajmtU^oiMgyp Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 phone 2 1141 Entered *• Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. t the rest Office of Miami, Kla., under the Act of March. 3, i. Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Bates. 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor VOLUME 19 NUMBER 40 Miami 18, Florida. Friday October 4. 1946 TISHRI 2. 5707 Loan Fund Meeting Postponed By JSSB Postponement of the Jewish Social Service bureau's n ling on !<>" fund planning until Monday, <>.t. II. was announced ihii week l>> (hurl.Cohen, JSSB executive director. Orisinsll) scheduled fr Oct. ". ,1,, meeting ibeing delayed .f ihe bureau will become an independent community service. In order t vole, members must be in good standing. Membership iopen t the Greater Miami Jew i-h communil) end dues arc $2 per year. The JSSII membership and interommittee will meet at pi i tations i noon lods) io plan a Mrs. Milton Milton Sirkin is chairman >if the committee whose members arc Harold Ungerleider, >ice chair man: George Wolpert, Mr-. Il-'' I-arr. Rud) II. Adler, Mr-. ROM Ian. the START CONSTRUCTION The Miami Y is renewing its effort to secure sufficient funds lo start construction. It is seeking contribu ions for a new building at a time when it is virtually homeless. The physical facilities that housed most of its activities were destroyed by fire last month and condemned by the county as totally unfit for use. The kickoH breakfast Sunday was well attended and masterfully addressed by the guest of honor But much greater enthusiasm and inspiration will be needed to do the job. The plan of procedure for the drive, in our estimation, predestines an unpleasant outcome for the workers of the campaign and a community that for many years has looked forward to an adequate community center Y building. Tur^rrJo One of the reasons for our pessimism is the Y's unintentional Kalpn Uonen Marries following of a pattern set by Federation which has been exIn South America tremely successful in all oUts fund raising undertakings. FedMiss Linda Olivetti became eration has been raising money for relief and for service probride of Ralph Cohen at B'nai qrams-not for brick and mortar. That there can be successful B/rith hall. Montevideo, Uruguay, results of building fund campaigns as well has been graphically Sept • Mr. Cohen M the son demonstrated in our community for the past few months by groups approaching the problem more realistically. With government approval difficult to secure, materials unobtainable, labor at a premium, prices and costs ridiculous, the Home for the Aged is nearing completion of a substantial addition to its building. The ritualarium group on Miami Beach is finishing its edifce, the Cardiac Home has new cottages on the way, and a complete new synagogue, housing 650 and including air conditioning, was started this summer and finished for use during the holidays. This was accomplished wtih sound reasoning and financing. These completed projects weren't mircales. Hard work and the intensity to see somethinq more T_:_ *_ u i than plans did the trick. The enhusiasm needed for this Y campaign will be evident when the first block is set. Let us quit planning and talking. Let us take the money on hand, break ground and start building. Let us go forth to secure contributions not for pledges but for use during the holidays. This was accomplished with sound and satisfactorily have its sorely-needed and long awaited Y building. Dr. Goldstein Resigns From College Project NEW YORK, Sept. 27. (JTA) — Dr. Israel Goldstein has resigned from the presidency of the Albert Einstein Foundation for Higher Learning, the organization announced today through its board of directors, adding that Professor Einstein's connection with the foundation "remains unchanged." It also announced t"iat the Foundation is going ahead with plans to set Up a Jewish-sponsored I non-sectarian university, open to faculty and students without regard to race or religion. Dr. Goldstein made the following announcement regarding his resignation: "In view of the differences on matters of public relain id.bureau's ofif.c*, tions and faculty selection which m. nil..r-lii|i cuiiipaign. have arisen between Dr. Einstein and myself, and believing that Dr. Einstein's association with the university project is indispensable to its success, I have resigned, on I September 16th, from the Presidency of the Albert Einstein Foundation for Higher Learning, I Inc., thus ensuring Dr. Einstein's continued identification with the Foundation. Dr. Goldstein did not elaborate on the differences of opinion that; developed with Professor Einstein I bride's parents' regardingthe university project. are Mr. and Mrs. Guido Olivetti, IT* 6 Foundation has not yet anMontevideo, who were hosts announced what professors or cura luncheon following the ceremony, After a two-week honeymoon, the couple will live in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where Mr. Cohen is employed. His mother and sister. Fanny, flew to Uruaguay for the wedding. Fund Drive (Continued From Page 1) goal, which ma) so over tinmilli mark, inow bring considered bj In liuilie.'i committee. • •t ricula had been decided upon for the university, which is expected to open in October, 1947, in Waltham. Mass. Rumanian Jews to Get Minority Status BUCHAREST. (JTA)—Rumanian Jewry will be given minority status under new legislation covering nationality rights now being drafted, if the Jewish community feels that this would be in its interest, Prof. Gheorghe VladescuMIAMI BEACH LODGE B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS lion, liu-|ntal anil .IIIIIIIIIIHIN r.-pre -••niatiw--. Men ami women who have had |ir.-\ ious experience in f .id .'I friwill Inrhosen arampaiui nes -.IIHHI in assure die drive,, *cc"4 The three leaders were selected by ampaian cabinet composed of Federsi Racoasa, Minister of Nationalities, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. His statement is a significant reversal of the official position that the Jews constituted a religious community, rather than a national minority. Should the Jews favor a minority status, the JewI ish communities will fall within the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Na'XC-.llll _i r. M.irriKla--. Federation rector, -ai.l tinweek. Mili.iuidi ill.drive will i %  -•?:.nn> sled li\ ilnthree chairmen, eacu >l ill.two iiencies will conduct indo pendent planning. The %  i M i.iI v>ill open itram paign activities in November, follow By PAUL WEITZMAN %  •* %  •• %  • miif line sas i *••••• % %  •>' %  Mfiitxr | 11*1 Ti g TT\ r* Next event for the Beach lodge umn. But we are n.,t flattered ing the completion of %  hospital n h > tlona es, Prof. Vladescu-Racoasa is the gala initiation of some 300 when an appeal la made for help ^^ Wh rliil| l E! ,i Drf* &b*J new members enrolled into B'nai and there is no response. Pulling Golub, director of the New Yorl B'rith ranks during the member'power is what counts. And it ship drive. It will be an outstandshouldn't be like pulling teeth to ing occasion both from the point get cooperation in helping those of view of numbers and because less fortunate than wo are, We're Ed GrusU, editor of the Nationa' still trying to get clothing and 4.000 at Cyprus Hold 11 • i-1>,t.iI for Joint Diseases ami rape* visor ..f the survey, is expected hew I Holiday Services w.tlmi i fnda>>t..w,ndupthc M m.-).[ LONDON. (JTA) -The Chief Palestine Government £SS ,„~„ ,J~S Accuses Jewish COUJ1C11 to Cyprus to assist the 4.000 in• JTA) The tc rned Jewi8h rcfugpes there dur Jewish Monthly magazir.,. will be food for our European brother* Palestine Government officially \i^ZJSSr ^JT** 1 .. gues,.. speaker. The date has been ari( ,1,,.,.. w h t # ^ u, !ll IC,al, y ing holiday services, it was an. .. anu sisieis. We have it from Goddeclared this week that the Jewish nn „ n /.ng in the U.S i Palestine "are as black as ever." Human RiqhtTpT^ Rejected TfJ?* PARIS, WAH". proposal for creati 0 7 0 ^ peanC "'-tofHu ttR| a rejected by a vote of,'V ^ -ta Commi9si0 l^kPeace Conference thus eliminating: it from ^ consideration, since ^ I posals had been defeated^ other commissions. Speaking against the ,^ 8ovet delegate Andtti M -u that it was -ju^ politically illiterate" He df ,"* | that If such, court wer^ or Europe, it would be re ^ o expect tl,,t a court „*. toguarant.,Mhon ghUofIna ? in A.siaan,l.N> gr0P1inUl States, x'he Australian was supported by .Vowze^J Belgium and South Africa. Earlier, representatives of J w I ish organizations appealed to a, Hungarian Commission l ^ in the treaty with Hungary m \ sions which would safeguard J. ish interests. They pointed to mi l recent anti-Jewish outbreaks i, the country is evidence of the ea> tinuing anti-Semitism which a** sitates special safeguards fJ Jews. The action taken up tow, by the government has been ha* ficient to guarantee the future* curity of the .lews, they said. %  Twelve Nazis to Die For War Crimes (Continued From Page i) The court specifically mentioini massacres in villages of Eastm Europe, including Rovnow ml Dubno. and quoted the comirjuj. ant of the death camp at Auxtwitz as admitting the extenrjution of 3.000,000 between Juj, 1910, and December, 1943. Listing the cruel tortures andb-1 human experiments at the conco-, tration camps, the tribunal nv ferred to the statement by Ham Frank, Nazi gauleiter in Poland wherein he said, referring to tat Nazi anti-Semitic persecution, "A thousand years will pass, andtlm guilt of Germany will still not N erased.'" By ruling that certain organiations such as Ihe Nazi SS and tin Security Corps were guilty, tin court was seen preparing the wil seen preparing the way for polishing the k. y groups that carried out anti-Semitic acts. Hermann Georing and 11 other Nazi chiefs were sentenced TIM* day to death by hanging. Seven other defendants, including Rudolf Hess, were sentenced to prison and three were acquitted by the four-power military tribunal in the first international war crimes trial. The death sentences Mi •* carried out in the Nuernberg jail, probably Oct. 16. The prison terms will be served in a 'f power jail in Berlin. Concluding the 10-month tnat the international military tribunal announced the sentences iM completing the reading of a M000-word, history-making P? ment ruling that aggressive airfare "is the supreme crime Hans Frits, he, Franz von Papa and Hjalmar Schacht were acquitted, with Russia <'**f "L. Sentence,I f. hang. **** tog.weJoacnimvcnWI**3 Field Marshal Wilhelm Ke Ernst Kaltenbrunner. Alfr senberg. Hans Frank. WWJ Frick, Julius %  ** %  **! Sauckel. Col. GenAl^ J ^ thur Seyss-Inquart ana Borman tried in sbsentislSentenced to prison • Walther Funk and Grand Ad Erich Raeder. life terms. von Schira.h and Albert SJ % years; 0-I-*-g years; and Oranu Doenitz, 10 years.



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:i i n 1 'J • PAGE TWO *Jewirtncridto£L i %  %  %  ; %  N i 11 %  VeAAatiaMy £fizaAinq, Miss Naomi Crossman, 17 Majorca ave, Coral Cables, returned to town last week after spending a year in New York where she was employed by the Community Service Society. She will become associated with the local Family Service bureau next week as a psychiatric case worker. Off tor a month's vacation Monday will be Mr. and Mrs. E. Albeit Pallot. They will visit in Pittsburgh and New York. • A boat trip up the Saginaw river highlighted the three week vacation ot Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen. After visiting their children j„ New York, they attended the Sun Life Assurance company convention at Murray Hay. Canada, an.I spent some time in Montreal. Before returning they pent Rosh Hashona in Baltimore. Mr. and Mis. M. S. Rubin. >4J0 Flamingo dr.. are spending the holidays at Atlantic City, N. |.. alter visiting their children'at Scarsdale, N. Y. Mr. d Mrs. 15. Kandel have retwo month vacation at residing ,'IIH turned from a the Beach and are now at 1361 S. W. Seventh Harry Simonhoff left yesterd'av for New York city where he will complete work on his book. %  In Hot Springs, Ark. for the t hree weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Mill" will leave today "" AsheVU MN vSZdd Heach High school. return t<> Miami at the end ot the month. • • Samuel 1". Bernard, noted mdecorator, is the house guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fishman, 5534 La Gorce dr. In Miami for the holidays is Charlotte, N. C, to visit her family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Binder are expected back in a few weeks. They have been vacationing in California and New York for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Herman's New Year present was their baby daughter, Bernita Louise, who was born Sept. 2b at the Victoria hospital. On his 50th birthday Wednesday, Nat Roth was tendered a luncheon by Mai Marshall at the Dixie Sportswear company's recreation center. Mr. Roth is pies ident of the Florida Fashion Mart. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Augustine have returned from a three week vacation during which they took a six day cruise on the St. Lawrence river. They also visited in New >'j:k and M outre;' 1 Miss Renee Leibovitz of I'assaic. N. J., and Miss Norma I Picus, Fairlawn, N. J., are residing at 225 S. \V. 24th rd. while attending the University of Miami. Miss Leibovitz is a freshman and Miss Picus, a sophomore. Miss Mvra Lew. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Levy, 1049 West 47th st., is in her freshman year at the University ot Colorado. She is a graduate of Miami Mr-. Rae Frisco of Carrabelle, sister. Pvt. l-'la.. who ivisiting her Mrs. |oseph Krugman. David M. Stevens, of Watertown, N. Y.. spent last weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah L. Silvcrman ol Coconut (irove. He was on leave from Boca Raton. Mr. and Mr-. Alex Van Stiaaten ill return to the Tides hotel next week alter a visit to Philadelphia. Also on the return list are Mr. and Mis. .1. (Jerald Lewis who have been vacationing in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldberg, vacationists at the Versailles hotel, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary recently. Mr. Goldberg is a well known Louisville, Ky., merchant. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinnerstein and children, Kenneth and Arlene, have returned from Stepbensville Lake Inn at Swan's Lake. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Levinson and children arc stopping at the Tamarack Inn. Greenfield Park. N. Y., and will return next week. Rabbi to Describe Resistance Movement Rabbi David Raab f Ft ^ a ''derdale will describe the activities of the Jewish resistance movement in Palestine at the first open meeting of the new Young Zionists Action commit!** Rnboi Raab is a native of Palestine and a member of the Masada national executive board. The event will take place at the Beach Y at 8 p.m. Monday, Harold George Shapiro, chairman, announces. Sharing the platform will be Ted Rubel. member of the local Habon.m who recently returned from Europe where he came into contact with the Jewish underground in France. Recently organized to coordinate activities of local Zionist youth groupa, particularly in the field of political action, the committee is composed of representatives of Mesada, Junior Hadassah and Ilabonim. Young Judaea will be invited to participate. Miss Sandra Friedman is secretary. The local committee is affiliated with the national YZAC, organized by the Zionist Emergency council. The public is invited to attend the meeting Monday. Refreshments will be served. Worshippers Jam Moscow Synagogue MOSCOW, (JTA) —Four thousand worshippers jammed this city's principal synagogue, which Mr. ""and Mrs. John Kronenhas an official capacity of 2,000. for Rosh Hashonah services. Thousands of others crowded the street on the outside to follow the ceremony from loudspeakers. Three smaller Moscow synagogues and 25 in the suburbs were deJDC Representative Visits Brother Here Rabbi Isaiah Rackovsky will arrive in Miami today from Omaha, Neb., to spend the holidays with his brother, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. before going on to Havana and Brazil. The rabbi's tour will be on behalf of the Joint Distribution committee. He may be guest speaker at Beth Tfilah synagogue tomorrow. Rabbi Isaiah Rackovsky was chief of chaplains stationed in Germany during the war. He previously was chaplain at Camp Blanding. After serving with the armed forces, he returned to his pulpit in Omaha. Also here for Yom Kippur and Sukkos is Boris A. Rackovsky, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky. Boris and his brother, Judah, are students at Yeshiva in New York. Miss Rosman Chooses October Nuptial Date A wedding Oct. 20 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center will unite Miss Ethel Rosman and Alan Chassner. whose engagement is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosman, 1205 Meridian ave. A graduate of Miami Beach High school, Miss Rosman was a member of the National Honor society. She worked for more than a year at the AAF Redistribution Station, Miami Beach. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chassner. 519 S.W. 19 rd., her fiance, also a graduate of Miami Beach High, served in the Navy for two years and saw action in the North Atlantic, Mediterranean and the Pacific war zones. Holiday Hospitality Home and hotel hospitality was extended to Jewisu servtcenvn stationed at many South Florida bases on Rosh Hashona, Sam Schuster, state USO-JWB representative, said this week. The same arrangements will be made for Yom Kippur. Many of the men were billeted at the Park Central hotel last week, Schuster said. On Thursday, they were given a party by a B'nal B'rith Girls chapter, and on Friday, the girls group made a holiday visit with Schuster to the Nautilus veterans hospital. Folk Chorus to Hold Reception Saturday The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will open its season with a reception and entertainment eveing at the YWCA at 8 p.m. Saturday. The public Is invited. Rehearsals are held by the chorus every Tuesday evening at the Beth David auditorium. Persons interested in joining may phone Mrs. Augusta Birnberg at 3-6705. Emma Lazarus p. TO A 8ft cl C 0ttp 1 A 40 Pound box ,„* shipment oversea u *4 feU rniMren's Qn U "**| %  *''> %  me mhen £ j Lnzarus chapter. Bn ai R H ,H !" n, at their next 1 H ML Tuesday at V**! Miss bony Pon e •* tl Bounces. pres,d tito*io 1 TAST FIAGL£ i OPEN 10 45 A A* tA\ OKU n 43 A M THEATRES, MURDER-SOLVED BY THE BOOK Peggy Ann Gam* Lyn Ban Randolph Scott HOME SWEET HOMICIDE" %&m



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WW&WMfS^,i?^TlS^! y OCTOBEROS^ kwisti fhrkUmti PAGE THREE mch Ritualarium i rnmpletion F S TSSR f rst ritualarium Tor1 Bt *" MiCh gan 1* a affa,r early fovanber *en construction of MV itan, acting president of '^rlng organization, statllhis week. Titan Bald that the ritualLwM built in accordance with Lional orthodox regulations. Z orthodox rabbis supervised technical details. L valued al •*.* %  the bUiW L vas originally fanned to cost L Approximately $500 is be' spent on landscaping of the k nils -, J ^e ritualarium was financed Jprivate contribuUona and about [ooo iP !o'" ls Donations are „ De eded to cover the cost of Lor furnishings, Levitan said. L Levitan, officers of the Carium are Sam Reinhard. p pregident; Sam Schachno. purer, and Mrs. Levitan, ternary secretary. louth Commission i Select Officers otfi(( ., s ,,i the Greater Miami |j ni sl Youth Commission will be me next week, S. A. jedman. chairman, announced Bowing the final meeting of the t!ont „ -.nation Tuesday hi Linual reports wore submitted the meeting by Mrs. Martin Let ami Hilda Schwartz, present ami vice president of Junior I Harold Shapiro, presi|0f Mas i ami Mrs. E. Lester, repiesentatlng Young Jules aoil thi li aders council. Bmanuel Stadlan and Miriam pt represented Habonim, youth r group. |A review of the year's expenses is given an the l)U(iget for 1946J was a| Khe coi n %  n, sponsored by i local chapt< is of the Zionist fganization of America and Senisah, coordinates efforts j both groups in supervising the krk of Zionist youth groups. %  Four scholarships to the Branfcaniii Wintcrdale, Pa., I by the commission (is year. Face Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Now making the rounds of our local movie houses is a shirt entitled "Don't Be A Sucker" which has deeply impressed movie-goers. Prepared by the United States Army signal corps, the film was not originally intended for publicexhibition, but rather for use in training and Army orientation Committee Begins [Budget Studies Requests of seven agencies for local funds were considered by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation budget committee at its weekly meeting Monday evening. The agencies were the American Association for Jewish Education, Dropsie college, the Jewish Occupational council, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, National Farm However, due to its very dramatic school, School of Jewish Studies content and educational meril it and Y ,ishlvaa Chachmcy Lublin was released for theater exhibition I -r throughout the nation. ""*" were tno first requests It is the writer's opinion that rtudled ''^ tnc committee in prepthe movie industry has once again I ar; ,i n for the 1917 Federation rendered a high public service by drive. distributing this Army-made movie short, in a skillful and effectively Murray Cohen Opens dramatic fashion, the film exposes -,.„„,•„ ruithe nature of the Nazi and kinAcC Unting Office anti-Semitism pronacanua. Wumy G Coh n lt rt,fic P ub lie accountant, opened an office Tuesday at 600 Lincoln rd., following a four-year association with Pentland, Purvis, Keller and Milton in Miami. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, Cohen received a BA degree from the University of Florida and a master of business administration degree from Boston university. He is financial secretary of Beth David synagogue, sec i•etai y-treasurer of the Miami Zionist district, a member of Zeta Beta Tail fraternity and the Mason. He resides at 1838 S.W. 21st ter. Emanon Club to Elect. Plan October Carnival Officers of the Emanon club will be elected at the Miami Y 8:15 p.m. Tuesday, George Siegel, president, announces. After the election, plans for the club's Oct. 27th carnival will be outlined. A few bootns are still available to organizations wishing to rent them, Siegel said. Interested groups may contract him at 2-3474. dred anti-Semitism propaganda. The scenes unfolded served as a most effective condemnation not only of Nazi, but of American, rabble-rousing techniques as they are carried on even today. The distinguished stage and screen actor, Paul Lukas, plays the principal role. The trends of our time point up the need for keeping the American people on guard against sinister forces, both from within and without, which desire to spread disunity and distrust. This is truly a film that should be seen by every America. Don't miss "Don't Be A Sucker." IINKINS HELPY SELFY Laundry and Dry Cleaning I Wash Your Own Clothes in DM Modern Maytag Washers Use That Soft City Water For a Whiter Wash Wi Sell Soap, Bleach and Starch Rate. 60c Per Hour Rll N. W. 8lh St. Ph. 2-7082 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MORRIS, SAM & CAL KALER PRODUCE COMPANY l2 0 N. W. 22nd Street Phono 2-5197 Service League Forms Girl Scout Troops Organization of Brownie and Girl Scout groups is now under way at the Miami Y, Maurice Grossman, execeutive director, announced this week. Mrs. B. Sterling heads the project which is being directed by the Miami Service league. Hebrew Nursery to Start Second Year Oct. 21 The pre-kindergrteT Hebrew nursery of Congregation Beth Jacob will begin VA second year Monday, Oct. 21, in the community building, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff announces. Children between the ages of 3V4 and 5 may register before that date. The nursery school will be conducted five days a week from 9 a.m. to noon and will train children in Jewish arts and crafts, stories, songs and games and indoor and outdoor activities. Arrangements for transportation may be made at the office. Girls between the ages of 7 and 9 are eligible to join the Brownies and those between 10 and 12 may join the Scout troop. Interested mothers may contact Mrs. Sterling at the Y. A HAPPY NEW YEAR JACK'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE 175 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 2-9304 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SHENANDOAH FLORISTS. INC. 2359 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-3821 CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS Flowers for Every Occasion TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES 1263 West Flagler s,reet 1753 North East Second Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Veteran Two World Wars Longtime Dade County President ELECT I. D. "HoiisT MACVICAB YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PROVEN PUBLIC RECORn-PROGHESSlVE ent) GREETINGS ON BEHALF of the officers and Trustees of Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith 1591,1 extend to all brethren and their families our best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. May the ideals of B'nai B'rith—Benevolance, Brotherly Love, and Harmony—continue to be our guiding principles for the year 5707. GEORGE J. BERTMAN, President. AUTO INSPECTION TIME IS HERE! WHAT ABOUT YOUR*^ BRAKES? LET DIXIE SPECIAL-f ISTS PUT YOUR CAR IN SHAPE FOR < ANY TEST! Dixie's service to motorists is complete in every respect, be it brake adjustment, wheel aligning, motor repair, tire recapping, electrical repairs anything and everything done the right way the DIXIE way! I COHVINIINT IWHlOaHOOP STATIONS T)|XIE TIRE C? IT MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 101 8. W. First Street 5S27 N. Miami Ave. | 9639 S. W. 17th ATS. & 945 Fifth Street Phone 5-53G9 1840 Alton Road Phone 5-9724 Electrical Appliances for the Home .;: 1 'A i H V i is. 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I PAGE SIX *Je*istncrM**£L I I 1 I Ill ri i %  i • i > : I 1 Beach Zionists to Elect, Plan Regional Meet Election of officers and directors of the Miami Beach Zionist district will be held at the National hotel auditorium 8 p.m. Monday, Jack Burris, acting president, announces. The district is attempting to get a nationally-known Zionist to give the keynote address at the southeastern regional Zionist Organization of America convention at Miami Beach Nov. 15 to 19. Among those who have been invited are Dr. Abba HUlel Silver, ZOA president; Emanuel Neumann, vice president, and Israel Goldstein, chairman of the Jewish National Fund. Students Need Housing Jewish veterans attending the University of Miami arc in urgent need of housing, according to Sam Schuster, state USO-JWB director. Foster E. Alter, dean of men at the University, has asked Schuster's aid in finding roms for the men. Persons with available rooms may contact Schuster at the Jewish Welfare board office, phone 9-1323. Urges DP Immigration NEW YORK, (JTA) Strongly criticizing the policies of the British Government in Palestine. Herbert H. Lehman this week appealed for the immediate admission of 100,000 Jews into the Holy Land and urged Congress to pass legislation permitting the entrance of "even more than our fair share" of displaced Jews into the U.S. Mr. Lehman also supported the .Jewish Agency partition plan to create a Jewish state in Palestine large enough for further immigration, in a talk before the Independent Citizens Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Professions. World Congress Goes Back to Switzerland JERUSALEM. (JTA) The 22nd World Zionist Congress will open in Basic, Switzerland, the first week in December, it was announced here this week by a spokesman for the World Zionist Executive. He said that all obstacles have been overcome and that a press office has already been opened in Basle. The Congress will be the first since the outbreak of the war. Miss Miller Is Hostess The Rose Chapter, Bnat Br.th Women will hold its open membership meeting 8 p.m.. Monday. ftt the home of Miss Miriam Miller 5493 North Bay rd„ Miami Beach. The meeting will be follow.,! by a social hour an entertainment. Anyone interested may attend. Stefanescu Arrested BUCHAREST. JTA)— Rumanian police announced this week the arrest of Major Ion Stefanescu, commander of the death camp near the town of Vapnlarca where 5,000 Rumanian Jews died in 1941 from starvation and typhus. FRIDAY ocioJ To All A Most HAPPY NEW YEAR y MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY 400 S. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 9-2477 5 Arrested in Haifa HAIFA, (JTA) Five Jews were arrested this week in Haifa for what police charged was an attempt to blow up a British warship. THE PERFECT UNION The wonderful flavor 6f Heini "Aristocrat" tomatoes and sweet, heavy cream (it's really rich). Blended together in small batches, the way you'd do it at home. THE RESULTTHE"MILCHIGMEICH£L" HEINZ Kosher CONDENSED CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP -^^SSi^^. Miami AJC Women To Plan Book Reviews Board members of the Miami Women's division, American Jewish Congress will meet with Mrs Joseph Fine, president, in Beth David synagogue at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Final plans for the six monthly book reviews will be made. The review series will begin early in November. HI Mr. and Mrs. Martin Genet Extend Best Wishes lor A Happy New Year To All Their Friends and Relatives NEW YEAR GREETINGS LaVIGNE ELECTRIC COMPANY 176 N. E 20th Street U EW T GHfc p H0NE tS GENERAL Refrigeration Service-Iiutallatiom, Household and Ammonia Ice Cream Dairy ] Day Phone 2-36411 Night Phone SEASON'S GREETINGS s LORA PACK SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1916 Best Wishei to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons WHITE BELT DAIRY N. W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St. PHONE 7-2411 J SINCEREST BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Clients and Friends SINCE 1926 Kennedy & Eh INSURANCE, INC. 19th Floor Congress Building Phones 3-0641— 3-0642—3-0643—3-0644 MIAMI, FLORIDA r— PEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING — FUMIGATING — MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC. 3003 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6401 DON'T TOLERATE — EXTERMINATE MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6058 Service On All Makes Radios SAM DAVIS FOR County Commissioner GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue tjt OCT. 8 "A BUSINESS MAN FOR A BUSINESSMAN'S JOB" SAM DAVIS FOR YOUR County Commission* VOTE Advertise** 1 (Paid Political A" v



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TTOBER 4, 1946 H MARK TWO HOLIDAYS ^JewistncrSdllar) PAGE FIVE ged from P'0 1 > announce-' by South Bes0l -worship are list^ATION BKTH JAL, Washington ave., l a Mescheloff, CanF eder. Orthodox. ^" 5:45 P.m. Rabbi will preach on ne for Faith." I Saturday in the synathe Serv7:30 a.m. in the comSukkos fcding. Ttecor at 10:30 fwescheloff will take aa Ue Last Chance.' The iln? service will be Babbi Mescheloff at H-n will assist Cantor the services in the and Cantor Nathan Misted by A. Bergad. he S en-ices in the comhding. Ly evening, ^ be held at 5:30 p.m., r sen-ices Thursday and 0 pen at 8 a.m. The | speak on "True Joy" c Naturally" on those ddush will be held fol[ senices on Sukkos. j JEWISH ORTHODOX ATION. 590 S.W. 17 Murray Grauer, Can! Mamches. Kol Nidre. Rabbi Orauer will "Putting Important it," Services at 7 a.m. Jiscor at in a.m. Rabbi 1 preach on "Vital Queshah will be chanted by kt 6:20 p.m. Lenices at MJOC will 15 p.m. Wednesday. The (preach on "The Jewish iity" on Thursday and i People" Friday. MornI will begin at 9 a.m. 1LAH SYNAGOGUE, I ave. Rabbi Joseph E. \. OrthodoxKol Nidre, abbi Rarkovsky will | "Lights." Services at 7 •day. Yiscor at 11.30 abbi will discuss "Our Kol Nidre, 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Zborow, Poland, and Miami Beach, U.S.A.—a Tale of Two Cities." Services at 10 a.m. Saturday. Children's services at 1:30 p.m. In the assembly hall. Yiscor, 3:30 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will discuss "Where is the Real Tragedy—in Death or in Life?" The Sisterhood will sponsor n "break the fast" after Neilah service. Sukkos services, 8:15 p.m. Wednesday and 10:45 a.m. Thursday. A reception will be held after both of these services. TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 NE. 19th st., Rabbi Caiman A. Zwitman Reforrn.—Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. RabDi Zwitman will speak on "Kol Nidre: The Spiritual Challenge of This Hour." Saturday services will begin at 10 a.m. The rabbi's sermon topic will be "Israel's Concept of Atonement." Youth services, 1 p.m. Sermon topic: "A Fountain of Living Waters." Memorial services, 3:30 a.m. Sermon topic: "I Remember With You." Rabbi Zwitman will speak on LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE" is HEREBY GIVBN that '" undersigned, de.irlng to engare In busine. under the fictitious n,„?,. ," sun Ry Bportawear Manufn.-turinK Company „, 2,63 N w R ,. v ,. n|li %  Miami, Fia.. i„„. n ,i M ,„ name W1 ,h the (:1 ,, k „ f ,,,,. a court .,f i> a( iP County, Florida. IRVING BIRNBERQ HARRY MILDNER NATHAN LABBR LESTER LASKY """"'" Attorney f., r Applicants 1111.-, Congress IIUK. 10/1-11-18-2.-, II 1 Temple Israel Women Form School Committee Board members of the Temple Israel Sisterhood will meet from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday at the Temple Beach 'Y' Inaugurates Sketching Classes Sketching classes will be held weekly at the Beach Y. beginning board room to outline a program Monday, it was announced this NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl.-.t "• undesigned, desiring to engLreta ,' %  „ '",• ,'" %  l?< al Miami. •1th ih. SuSfl" ",'"•''-'" MM name it 1 the < erk pf the Clrcull O urt ol DadCounty, Florida. HENRY A STFIV ISAAC JOFFE Mt-.i.N .Attorney for Applicant i" 1-11-18-26 11/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY (;i,KN thai the undersigned, desirlnc to engage In business under the fictitious name ol Sir V I M I!KST Y' UAXT "^ Street. Miami Beach, DartCounty Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk <.r the circuit Court HI Dade Cnuntv. Florida. LOUIS 1. SCIIAFFER HARRY IACOBS MII.I.ER & PODEl.l. Attorneys for Applicants 10 i-n-ig-ais 11 1 of activities for the year. Appointment of a S'-icrhood Sunday school comnntte to serve as a miniature Parent-Teacher association is announced by Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, president. Mrs. Norman Rossman is chairman of the committee which includes Mrs. I. M. Weinstein and Mrs. Harold Cohen. The committee will inspect Sunday school classes regularly and will plan various functions and activities for the different age groups to create a definite interest in Sunday school affairs, Mrs. Epstein said. week. A life model will be present. Individual instruction will be provided by Artist George Gray. Materials will be furnished by the Y for a nominal fee. Classes will be held from 8:15 to 10:15 p.m. Students may register at the fir&t session. How Arc Your Drake* ? NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to onpigx in business under the fictitious nan f ABBOTTS at .1069 S.W. 87th Avenue Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk ..f the Cln Ull Court of Dnde County. Florida. LAWRENCE A. RECK WILLIAM B. SWIMMER MCRRAY A. RECK Life: a Tabernacle in the Wilder-. IU'RNETT ROTH Attorn-v for Applicants and "The Tabernaabbi Rackovsky's ser1 for Thursday and Fri*s which will begin at |Aos will be ushered in at 6 p.m. IBEACH JEWISH COMJCENTER. 1415 Euclid f Irving Lehrman. Can! Singer. Conservative.— 6 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman on "The Call of the Iturday services, 8 a.m. iervlee, 10:30 a.m. Rabbi 1 topic will be "Life TriCantor Singer will be the Center choir unleadership of Joseph musical director. The chant Neilah service. %  vices will be conducted |2H of the Miami Beach Rh school at 10:30 a.m. [Lehrman's Sukkos ser1 be on "Harvest of Joy" plenge of Faith." EGATION BETH DAI XAV Th'rd ave.. Rabbi m. Cantor Abraham Conservative. Kol |* 5 P.m. Rabbi Shapiro ^ on "The Strife of Life." I morning service, 8 a.m. mo will speak on "The H <*ven" at 10:30 a.m. a mNeilah. 4:45 p.m. will speak on "Dawn **" %  Student services, fwrvices, 7:30 p.m. Wedd 8 :30 a.m. Thursday fy mornings. R abbl sha F f w discussion will be F* unto Freedom." P^es, Thursday and a.m. JBETHSHOLOM. 4144 ti 1 L n K">ntoh. Uel Kelemer. Liberal. ness'" at Sukkos services 8:15 p.m. Wednesday and "The Tabernacle of Peace" at services 10 a.m. Thursday. At B'nai Zion synagogue in Key West, Rabbi Simon April of Miami will speak on "Reconciliation" at Kol Nidre. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein will conduct services at Temple Beth El in Hollywood. Kol Nidre, 7 p.m. Shachris, 8 a.m. Saturday. Yiscor, 11 a.m. Cantor J. Rosenstein of Miami Beach will chant ttie services. Rabbi David Raab will discuss On Missing the Mark" during tonight's service (8 p.m.l at Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. Saturday service, 10 a.m. Sermon topic: "Weeping in the Night Joy in the Morning?" Yiscor. 2:30 p.m. Rabbi Raab will speak on Deathlessness." A number of Coral Gables residents will hold private Yom Kippur services at *e Hillel House. Services were also held during Rosh Hashona. 10 4-11-18-2.'. 11.1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage in htisinep** under the fictitious name of .1. & I. FRIEDLER en. not Inc., al .100 American National Rank Ruildinir. Miami. Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK FRIEDI.ER IRVINC. FRIEDLER BURNETT ROTH Attornev f.,r Applicants 10/4-11-18-25 11 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desirinc to engage in business under the fictitious name of REGAL HOTEL al SIS Fiflli St.. Miami Reach. Florida intends to n said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY NORSTEIN. Le??.e and Operator. HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress bldpr. Miami. Florida 10 4-11-18-25 11/1 NOTK 1: TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 18186 In Re. ESTATE OF PATRICK DIAMOND. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or !->• mands Against Said Estati You, and each of youi are hereby notified and required '.u present any claims and demands wnieli you, or either of you. may have against the. estate of l'ATRUK DIAMOND, dc-1 ceased, late "i Philadelphia County. Pa., tii Hie Hon. W. F. HLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and hie ih. same In his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from ih' date ol the 111st publication hereof, Said claims or demands to contain tiie legal address "t the claimant and to be sworn 1" and presented as afore-j said, "i same will be barred. See Sec-1 tion 120 of the 1983 Probate Act. Date September 30, AD. 1916. SEYMOUR J. SIMON As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate "f PATRICK DIAMOND, Dei eased, SEYMOUR J. SIMON Attorney for Ancillary Administrator Firs! publication on Friday, October 1. 1916. in 1-11-18-25 DRIVING WITH CONFIDENCE IS "DOIN' WHAT COMES NATCHERLY" WHEN YOUR CHEVROLET NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned) desiring to engage In business und'-r the fictitious nan f A & II Jobbing Co., Hermitage Hotel, at 420 N". E. 1st Avenue, Miami Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade C Un,> '' HERMAN SCHLUSSBL, Boll Owner. HAROLD TURK Attorney for A & H Jobbing i o, 42" Lincoln Road Miami Reach. Florida in 4-11-18-25 PUBLIC APOLOGY We have replaced the waiter who was caught, by a customer, jn the act of stealing a drink— The new man has more sense than lo GET CAUGHT! ZISSEN'S 1149 N. MIAMI AVE. •* Miami's Ruprr Fun Horn* IS SERVICED AT LIJBY Chevrolet Co. /CHEVROLET LUSY CHEVROLET CO. Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer W. Flagler St. al 11th Ave. PHONE 2-1711 Sholem Lodge to Hear Columnist. Psychiatrist Jack Kofoed, Miami Herald columnist, will describe the Bikini itom bomb tost, at the Sholem lodge luncheon meeting at 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown Club restaurant, Seybold bldg.. William Pallot, CO-Chairrnan, announces. The B'nai B'rith lodge will hear Dr. Herman Silensky, psychiatrist. at their meeting Oct. 11. ERL ROMAN WILL WPMWI VOUR VOTE FOB County Commissioner ELECT Wellford H. Tyler, Jr. CANDIDATE FOR Dade Countv Commissioner DISTRICT THREE SPECIAL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY OCTOBER 8TH NOT A POLITICIAN-bu a successful BUSINESSMAN. For TFI JSSSm Administration of Your County's Man* „ M ,T M I<:TRATIVE ABILITY-as exemplified by service to MEXPERIENCED g2BSr" two years. Then rewarded with beuaa ami Springs as wry ^u. T Hamoer His Representation of The People To Hamper nis F ^.^ pol tical Adv ertiscment) '1 I % %  • • • (Fill Fllillcn !•>



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glMUEIIiDipidliiaup ^THE JEWISH UNITY F Cvnt. THE JEWISH WEE K L P^JME 19 NUMBER 40 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1946 TO DIE INUREMBERG. (JTA)-In anLcing the verdict of guilty Lnst the 21 top Nazi defendants L the International War Cmes tribunal cited "the com Lnt ami systematic inhumanity fte greatest scale" carried on th c Nazis against the Jewish nple. resulting in the extermina,n of 6.000.000 Jews. Hftom the earliest days of the _, p ar ty, anti-Semitism occuA a prominent place in National Icialist thought and propagan• the tribunal asserted. Review\ the typo of activity carried on but the Jews, it called attento business boycotts, thc iunation tl .lews from various Sessions, deprivation of citizent by the Nuremberg laws, conation of property, and constant _. s and terrorism culmlnat; in mass extermination in conjuration camps. (Continued on Page 4) ervices Iwo Mark Holiday InTiile thousands of their brethObserve Yom Kippur in disIced persons' camps overseas, jeater Miami Jewry will mark I solemn Day of Atonement belling sundown Friday with the ailing of Kol Nidre and ending pdown Saturday. this most sacred day in the rish year, .lews the world over f\ fast and pray. They will read Yiseor memorial service for departed. pukkos, the Feast of Taberna, will extend from Wednesday lening, Oct. 9, through Friday pning, Oct. 18. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) Smathers Set For Lodge Talk "Legislation for Democracy" will be discussed by Congressmannominee George A. Smathers when he addresses the regular meeting of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Woman's club, 1737 N. Bayshore dr.. E. Albert Pallot, president, announces. Smathers will be introduced by City Manager Richard G. Danner. Among the guests will be Mayo. Perrine Palmer, jr. A. F Whitney, president of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, has also been invited. The meeting was arranged by the Sholem lodge committee on public affairs as a part of the lodge's community forum series. John Kronenfeld is COPA chairman. A nominating committee will be appointed and initiation of newmembers will be held during the meeting. The public is invited to attend. UE To Seek 920,000 [or Expanded Program The Bureau ol Jewish Education will seek a budget of over 000 from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation this year, ctors of BJE decided Tuesday night when they met with Heiman, president. __ ^ ^ bumu (luring Jewisn E ducation Month in addition to 3,000 letters containing a statement from President Truman. Jewish Education Sabbath will be observed in a number of local synagogues between Oct. 8 and 15, he said. Jewish Book Month observance will also be sponsored locally by the bureau. The bureau's Sunday school teachers training class is now being held. Israel Shapoff. chairman of the adult education committee, also gave a report at the meeting. phe budget, approximately $6,• more than last year's, was into finance the expanded program which includes a •"•w high school, teachers >ing, adult education and as"ice to local religious schools. I Planning for 1946-47 activii the directors discussed hold1 a statewide conference on Jeweducation. graham Cannes, executive dl%  *. reported that religious will be resumed at the NaJ Children's Cardiac Home and \f a inter-school community F"*a program will be held this year. Continuance of Publication of teachers and PJ bulletins was also apk""* reported that over 2500 literature were sent out Deadline Announced All copy for the Oct. 11 > sue of The Jewish Flondian must be submitted by noon Monday. Oct. 7. The Floridian office and plant will be closed Thursday and Friday. Oct. iu and 11, due to the Sukkos holiday. PRICE: TEN CENTS Arabs Tell Plan To Rule Palestine; Agency Leaders Confer With British JERUSALEM, (JTA) -Creation of an independent Arab state to be governed by a Parliament elected by the entire male population over 18 was proposed for Palestine in the plan submitted to the London conference by the Arab representatives, according to the text published this week in the local Arab press. All Jewish immigration would be stopped and the present land restrictions would remain in force. The Arab proposals provide for a British-appointed interim government composed of seven Arabs and three Jews, which would hold elections for a constitutional assembly of 60. This assembly would vote on a constitution to be submitted by the interim government. All males over 18 who had been resident in thc country for at least en years would be eligible to vote or members of the assembly. After the assembly had adopted the draft constitution, elections would be held for a Palestine Parliament, which would elect a head if the state, to take office no later than Dec. 31, 1948. Prior to the establishment of the Parliament, the executive powers would be in the hands of the interim government, with the High Commissioner reserving the right of veto. Hebrew would be the second official language ol the country and the Jewish community would be allowed to preserve its own network of schools, provided that the education "not be poisonous." (Quoting highly-placed Arab sources, the Associated Press reported from Jerusalem that an Arab "shadow government" for Palestine had been organized last week-end at Alexandria, asylum of the exiled Mufti of Jerusalem. These informants said the shadow regime would in effect have the Mufti, Ham Amin el Husseini, as "President of the Republic," and his cousin, Jamal Bey Husseini, deputy chairman of the Arab Executive, as "Premier and Secretary jf Foreign Affairs.") Sheriff Contributes To Town T Fund Campskners of tl..Miami 1 HI 0 work .hiweek foUowms Sunday! kirkoff breakfast which honored BH Ww •< "•;• as ,,f Jewish Federation! and weltart Fund*. Myen arced the %  bj*"* r„i'e ll.r J2l)0.00n n.re-a,y for miiM %  \ Jewish eommunitj center d reded ai trainins. end developmen ol ri.il.lr.-n in a joci-ll, l"^.^ tniritual environment is uraeniij men) is '•" '""-' importanl single >> "o'keri who mel a. the San Jam aft :;r;"fc^p!" Trio Heads Fund Drive SINGER MYER Win. I). Singer, Stanley ('.. Myers and Baron de Hindi Meyer—the trio in whose hands rests the fate of the Jewish .•.immunity's major fund drive diiyear—were assigned to the key campaign posts tinweek. Apredicted bj The Jewish Florid ian several week?, ago. Singer will serve as over-all chairmen. the coordinated drive to raise funds for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Mt. Sinai hospital. Myers will lie chairman of Federation activities and Meyer head the hospital activities in drive. All three are leaders in philanthropic and civic work. Singer led ill,. Federation drive to the record %  inn of $830,000 last winter. Myers, who inational president of the Council of Jewish Federations and \\ elfare Funds, was chairman of the 1946 Dade County Community Chest campaign and haheaded several Federation drives in the past. Meyer, who was chairman of the fir-t federation campaign in 1938, is president of the hospital corporation which will seek $2,500,000 for the proposed in-titution. Federations (Continued on Page 4) the will tl LONDON, (JTA) — Informal talks between representatives of the British Government and members of the Jewish Agency executive began here on Tuesday at the Colonial Office. An official government announcement said that Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and Colonial Secretary George Hall, representing the British, met with Agency leaders, including Dr. Chaim Welzmann, Prof.. Selig Brodetsky, Berl Locker, Dr. Nahum Goldmann, Rabbi J. L. Fish man and Eliezer Kaplan. A preliminary exchange of views took place at the first meeting, which was brief and adjourned so that both sides could give further consideration to the opinions expressed. Agency circles emphasized that the members who are participating in the consultations do not constitute the delegation which the Agency may send to the conference on Palestine, if the negotiations are successful. That delegation, they said, will be much larger land will Include members of the j Agency from the United States ; and elsewhere. No Change In Attitude The Government, in an official statement, announced that "there is no change" in its attitude regarding the Jewish representation i at the conference on Palestine which is now taking place at Lancaster House. "A fresh approach," the statement said, "was made last week in order to stress the fact that time is now short, and as the Arabs had fully stated their case, which is now under consideration, a final decision as to whether to attend the conference should be (Continued on Page 4) lteaeh Y Names Cabinet For Itiiiltling Campaign Prepartory lo its November drive to raise $300,000, the Beach this week organized its campaign cabinet under the general chairmanship of Samuel A. Rivikind. Jack Marash, executive director of the Y, said this week that the organization may not have to move from its present location, 1 Lincoln rd., in November as originally planned. However a Y committee is studying available sites. Carl Weinkle, president of the Y, was named honorary chairman of the building fund effort. Heading the various trades divisions will be Nat'Hankoff and Irving Frankel, hotel division; George Bertman and Leo Eisenstein, real estate division; Harold Turk and Dr. William Bernstein, professional division; Archie Brick, Elliot Winterfield, Philip Salmon land Philip Lefkowitz, merchants' j division. Serving in the men's division Will be Leo Huberman, Leo Chaikin, Paul Weitzman and Harry i Zukernick. Mrs. Milton Sirkin and 1 Mrs. Carl Susskind will direct the I solicitation among women. I Lou Heiman and Carl Weinkle will be in charge of initial gifts, while Sam Shapiro and Rudy R. Adler will handle special gifts. Edith Schulman will be chairman of the youth division. Murray Grossman and Mrs. Max Dobrin will be cochairmen of the speakers' committee; Mrs. Harold Spaet, publicity; Mrs. Nat L. Williams and Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, clerical volunteers committee; Mrs. William Bernstein and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, arrangements. One of the major events of the campaign will be a dinner which the initial gifts committee is now planning. A national speaker will be invited to address the session. Harold Herman, representative of the national Jewish Welfare board, will arrive here Sunday to serve as campaign director. He will be accompanied by Gus Jacobson, field secretary of the JWB southern section. i 'M. •4 i I % I ih



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OCTOBEROIM +Jewish Fbjrlrii*r, ES GKUUr iu nuurT BYI PERMANENT OFFICERS SUNDAY PAGE NINE Gables Jewish Center elect their first per,1 board memwill Ifflcers an* constitution a* g 3 0p.m Sunday at the .,.,„, p 0 nce de Leon Sam Silver, announced \,n\ GtMea, president, I %  Unuin Hubin, ver for presivice presi, Lewis, record£ry; Mrs Luke Kussner. riling secretary: Mrs. IrvCenfeld, treasurer. Inter's Sun y school com[eaded by Dewey Klein, nsor a Sukkos party for %  of Coral Gables and the |at the Hillel House at 2 %  day, Oct. 13. Arrangements for Sunday school registration will be made at that time. The Center plans to enroll its teachers in the training institute of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Silver said. Other activities of the group planned for this year are a membership drive to be held in November and a series of cultural events. Rabbi Albert Michels, assisted by Sidney Lewis, is in Charge of the program committee. Organization of boy ami girl scout troops is under the direction Mrs, Harry Koaakoff, Miami Hadassah Names Phi Sigma Alumnae tour to Central Board To Hold First Meeting Ml Joel Belov, Mrs. Maurice First meeting of the loeal Phi Grossman, Mrs. Victor Mell Sigma Sigma Alumnae club will .•m,i Mrs. Joseph Karp were electtake place at the home of Mrs. ed to serve as representatives of Harry Rosenberg, 424 E. San the Miami group of lla.lassah oil Marino dr., at 1:30 p.m. Wednesthe Greater Miami Hadassah cenday. Election of officers will be tial board at a meeting held Monheld at that time and plans for the day at the home of Mrs, David year's social and philanthropic acSernacker. Mis. Karp is president tivities will be made. of the Miami group, Mis. T. R. Simon has issued a New chairmen of the town group request for aiumnae who wish to in Mrs. Rat Frome, program attend to contact her at 2-0458. chairman; Mrs, Frank Kline, pubThe sorority consists of 25 aclicity chairman; Mrs. Tina Kotkln Uve undergraduate chapters and membership chairman, assisted by 16 alumnae • % %  %  %  of Milton Klein, youth committee chairman. In the four months since the Center was organized, membership has grown from 20 to over 160 families, Silver stated. minister Choir ig at Benefit anious Westminster choir %  present-'I in a concert at he Tempi, auditorium, 320 Loml ave., on Wednesday I Oct. 30. by lh" Musicians ,\ m ,i Miss Bertha Ifoumler and president, anthis week. The event is he Ruth Brotman nianagewill 1"' 'voted to the I musie colony to be erect140 acre .-i'.' in Miami. Foster recently returned [nation-ui %  tour in behalf bund raising project to asaome for retired musicians. of th' Musicians.' Club lef direi I include Jose %  Lily Poiu Percy Grainger, nolii V Its foi i iiiicert are [it $1 50 $2.50 and $3, Vdvance mail I" are at 708 r fts will on sale at |aB i>. the Kodak pent of Ri ; Cioss departItore. Amidi n's music stores layne blvd, ami at AlhamNext meeting of the group will he held at 1:30 p.m. Monday. Oct. 21, at Beth David synagogue. Mis Plan October Meeting Program for their Oct. 15th meeting was planned by board members of the Miami Beach WoCardiac Group to Hear National President First meeting of the season will be held by the Dade chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home, at 1 p. m. Wednesday at the Beach Y, Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president, announced yesterday. Guest speaker will be Harry Saffer, national president of the Home, who will discuss plans and activities for the year. The meeting is open to the public. The regular board of director's meeting will be held at the Y at 10 a.m. Wednesday. L. Hartz and Mrs. Harry Mlnkoff men a Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged Tuesday at the Versailles hotel, Mrs. BenWIOD Changes Time Of Eternal Light Show "The Eternal Light." weekly broadcast of the Jewish Theological Seminary, will be presented at 9:30 a.m. Sundays over WIOD in the future, the station's program director announced this week. Previously heard at 11 a.m.. the program is now being aired at 12:30 p.m. nationally by NBC Friable to air the show at that time. WIOD will present a recording of the previous week's broadcast at the 9:30 spot each Sunday. On Oct. 13, "The Town of the Little People." a radio play adapted from a story in Sholom Aleichem's "The Old Country," will be broadcast. It will be the first j in a series of three Sholom Alei; chem stories to be aired. bra circle, the Miami Beach Radio store, Saks Fifth ave., the Miami Beach Conservatory of Music at 41st st., and the Little Flower shop in the Macfadden Deauville hotel. Telephone 2-3133 for particulars. will be in charge of the Social hour. I'n jiits scheduled on the Hadassah calendar include Youth Ally ah, .Jewish National Fund, Child Welfare and Hadassah Medical organization. Mrs. Levi Is OES Hostess Mrs. Phil Levi, 1818 N.W. Seventh st.. will sponsor a card party H p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10. at her home for the benefit of the welfare committee. Grand Chapter of Florida, Order of Eastern Star. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. Mrs. Lena Simon, stale welfare chairman, announces. jamin Sherry, president, reports. The mid-October meeting, to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 1:30 p.m.. will be the first general membersh affair of the season. TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21sl Terrace WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. 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Lpy. OCTO BER 4. 1946 ?Je*isliFk>rklton PAGE ELEVEN Bde county voters will cast ballots in the Democratic lUy Tuesday to select a ty commissioner to fill the „pired tern, of the late N. uowrey. le gar.Uess of the section in Lh they live, voters are eligi"to go to the polls if they registered before Sept. 7. julidates for the commls„ post arc Sam Davis, I. D. fcvicar, Welford H. Tyler, jr., iert H. Wctmore, Erl Roman p a n D. Rosenfelder. D. Rosenfelder D. Rosenfelder, candidate 'ade county commissioner, has the people of this county rious capacities. He organ%  division of civil protection fade county prior to World II. This division numbered than 10,000 volunteers and toted of air raid wardens, fire Ids, air spotters, auxiliary Poland the various other units 1 comprised this defense divider orders of Gov. Holland, ganized the Seventh Battalion lie Florida State Guard that from Key West to West Beach, lenfelder served in World War also in World War II. faeased from military service spring of 1914 he became | of the department of public • of Miami. Benfelder advocates increased county aviation facilities, a p super highway plan, adehospital and health facilir Dade county and uniform regulations for the entire. ) county area. \ is a member of the Shrine, (it Templar, American Le| Military Order of the World Elks, past president of the i County Chiefs of Police as(tion and for many years an of the Dade County Muleague. the taxpayers of the county. If that cannot be worked out, then the county should proceed at once to construct a hospital. Hoapltalization Is a county affair, he said MacVicar veteran of both World Wars, demands expansion of airport facilities, particularly consolidation of the Thirty-sixth street airport and the army depot. Protection and preservation of the water supply also is in MacVicar's platform. "I also intend to work for the creation of parks and playgrounds in the outlying sections of the county," he explained. Conservation of Dade's natural resources and a fight for equitable and fair freight rates are other planks in the candidate's platform. MacVicar has been a business man in Dade county for 27 years. I. MacVicar koreed by all groups of the tag industry is I. D. Maccandidate for county comloner. a positive stand that he pot be a "yes man" for anyor any group, MacVicar to sponsor a humani%  program including urgently 1 hospital facilities. I desire that the county and %  get together in an amicable Tfor the transfer of Jackson final Hospital to the county. transfer should be fair to the Wers of the city as well as Sam W. Davis Sam W. Davis, county commission candidate, is a native of Rome, Ga., and resided on a farm until he was 19 years old. A brakeman and conductor for the Southern Railway from 1906 until 1923, he has been a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen for 40 years. A resident of Miami since 1923, he operates a drug store at 1594 N. W. 36th st. He has been married for 38 years and has two sons. Davis is a founder of the Wynwood Park Improvement association, a director of the EdisonLemon City Improvement association, and a member of the Allapattah Lions club, Scottish Rite, Elks and the Shrine. His platform includes hospital consolidation: tax reduction; county administration in keeping with population growth; supervised swimming pools; extension of airport program; fill or fence abandoned rock pits; county residents should be favored on public works projects. cated swimming pools, to eliminate accidental deaths of children who drown while swimming in rock pits. 3. A conveniently located master railroad terminal for Miami away from the congested downtown traffic area. 4. Improveu conditions for the housing of juvenile delinquents ; away from the county jail, 5. All aid ami assistance possi' ble to the end of liberalizing the GI. housing program and the jobtraining program. Wetmore, who served with the Florida national guard, has been associated with his father and brother in the pnint business for the past ten years. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS IlKREHY OIVEN that the under sinned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PLASTICS BY U VI.|. HART, at 11240 N Vt 27th .We., intend to register said nnme with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. OBBIE ROSENTHAL SIDNEY WASHERMAN n/13-20 27 10/4-11 1 an erS NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Uii inderslgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name "f BENNETT WHOLESALE CO., at 736 •V E. First Avc Miami, Ha., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l'ade County, Florida. AL OSIIEROFF 9/13-20-27 10/4-11 LEGAL NOTICES Robert Wetmore A five point program of comprehensive improvement and service is offered by Robert H. "Bob'' Wetmore, candidate for the Dade county commission vacancy. Resident of Miami for 38 years, Wetmore fought the election issue through to the Florida supreme court in order to assure the special election for county commissioner. His program is: 1. Promotion of an international airport in Miami. 2. More and improved recreational facilities for county youngsters, particularly strategically lo(More Political News on Page 12) NOTICE IS HEREBY HIV EN thai tieundersigned eng iged In business under the fictitious name of CHIRF FRttZKN I'RODICTS, at lid N, W 82nd Street, Miami, Florida, and Intend to reglstei the s ild tl< tltioun name In the office of the Clerk "i the Circuit Court of Dade Onmtv. Florida. BEN LEVIN, SHIRLEY LEVIN, CHARLES KROMER. Sole Owners, OEOROE CHERTKi >F, Attorney for Applicants. 9/27 i". l-ll-ls-2". NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tne undersigned, desiring t'> engage in business under the fictitious name of ANITA LEE GIFT SHOPPE, at 1761 S. W. 8th St., Miami. Florida, Intend % %  %  '% %  < I Id name with the Clerk Jf the Circuit Courl ..f Dade County, Florida. HARRY R. SHERMAN „.„,, BESSIE SHERMAN 9 20-27 in/t-ll-lg NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under the fictitious name, of TOBIB'H Ll'NCHEONETTE, at 235 -V I-.. Firm .We.. Miami, Pla„ intends to register sold name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Di countv, f I'M Ida. NATE OOEBEL, SAM SILVER, BOta Wner Attorney for Applicant. I tor. Congress Bldg. 9/13-20-27 10 4-11 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File i-~~.' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DAY KORNICK, holder as assignee "f City of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 5278, dated the Is! day of June, A.D. 1942. has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application f.'i tax deed w Issue thereon In at irdai e with law. Bald %  tifieat.embraces the following described property, situated In Dade < 'ounty, Florida, tO*Wll: I/a •;, i:io, u ^. Harwood B Addition t.r Riverside Farms, Plat Book 4, Page 29, in the City of M ami, County of Dade, State of Florida, The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name or L'NKNOWN. TidesRaid Certificate shall ho redeemed : rdlng to law, tax d.ed will Issue Ihi i on the 23rd day "f October, A i> 1948. Hated MiW 18th tiny of September, A.D. 1948. Ill Court Peal) E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court. Dade Count v. Florida, rtv BETHENIA \V. BRYAN, D. C. %  '2".27 10/ |-i 1 -IS NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned are engaged in business under the fictitious name of CHIEF FROZEN FOOD STORES, at 918 Everglades Canonise. Miami Beach, Dade county, Florida, and at 1141-111.1 West Flagler Street. Miami. Dade County, Florida, and intend to register the fictitious name in the offl >f the clerk of the I Court of Hade County, Florida. REN LEVIN SHIRLEY LEVIN CHARLES UROMF.R s ile Owners. OEOROE CHERTKOF, Attorney for Applicants, g 6-13-20-27 10/4 C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach 1 job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. ^ % %  .S^*..* %  %  I MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY l N *. Miiell, c. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Favllle, Funeral Directors f Hibbcui Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach, Fla. -AINHART & POTTER Mm ESTABLISHES 1893 BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla Hi SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serring Pelm Beech County. ***!*—*>* Nationally Famoui Southern Dairies Fro duett end Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE ^p710S.W.I2thAV.IAMH LTH. 33431-1 "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN tliat he undersigned, desiring to engage in ouslnexH under the fictitious name of MIAMI AMUFEMENTS, at 2106 N, B, Set nnd Av. Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of Ihe Clrcull Court of Dado Coumv, Florida. BERNARD 11. FRANK WILLIAM A. CORNELIUS MAE LUTWACK SNMIKl. RI'RIN, Vttorney for Aw'llr.ints. I 20 27 Id 1-11-18 LEGAL NOTICES N< >TK'E IS HEREBY OIVEN thftt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious amne of MODERN HDCSEKEEl'INfl SHOP, at 817 S. \V. ISth Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intends to register tho said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. KENNETH S. CARPENTER. Sole Owner. SEYMOUR J. SIMON, Attorney for Applicant. 3/13-20-27 10/4-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY (5IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nnino of INDIVIDUAL LAUNDRY SERVICE OF MIAMI, at 477 S. \V. sth Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register eald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. MANUEL BURSTEIN VON ZAMFT A SIMON, Attorneys for Manuel Bursteln, H/27 10/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHAPPIE'S BAR, al 5801 N. W. 22nd Ave., Miami. Fla., intend to register said name with the (l.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID P. WIENER CHARLES CAMPIOLIA NATHANIEL J, KLEIN, Attorney for Applicants, 805 Lincoln Road. H/27 10/1-11-lS NOTICE lei HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RAKER IM.r.MHING & HEATINO CO., a,t W2C, N. W. 3Mh Court. Miami. Fla,, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. TOM RAKER 0/27 10/4-11-18-85 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that theundersigned are engaged In buslunder the fictitious name of LA BELLE APARTMENTS, at 1195 I %  I" %  % %  Miami Beach, Florida, nnd int,t;d to register the said i Htlc is name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade LAWRENCE HOFFMAN MINNIE HOFFM VN So|,. Owners. OEOROE CHERTKOF, Vttoi in v for Applicants. 9 r, IO/4-11-1S-2S NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN, pur' t" the • %  Fictitious Name Statute" thai the undersigned, doing business under the fictitious name of MOLLY a*nd MAC KOSHER DELICATESSEN .*.• RESTAURANT, located at 1423 Washington Avenue. Miami Reach, Dade County, Florida, Instead to register said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dndi County, Florida. MOLLY AI'TE. formerly known as MOLLY WAONER MAC MERMELL NATHANIEL J. KLEIN. Attorney for Applicants, 805 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 9/13-20-27 10 i-ll NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that •he undersigned, desiring to engage In • is under the fictitious name of SINCLAIR HOTEL, al 507 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrc uii c, i r | 0 f Dade county. Florida, LAWRENCE TAYLOR. Li I a nd i iperator HARRY DIETZ, Attorni y foi Applicant, %  gress Bldg, 1/27 1" 4-11-1S-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALBERT BALES CO. (not Inc.). at 2H E. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. intends to register said namo with lb.Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURRAY ALBERT. 9/13-20-27 10/4-11 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SEHVICE 1236 Washington Ave. Miami Beach THOS. to. BURNS, in. Funeral Director ABE E1BENBERG. Traurw Jte New York: 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. WE Of rTOAUr HPttSMT THE MAJttHTY Of MWTHEKH JEWISH FWOAL HOMES Information Gladly Fu/cuvW on *** SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Fyr/ii sive/y Jew jfi -, JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES, FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David Beth Jacob. Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 44922 or 9-1434 WWW > W^WI JTj^i^nruNERAL CHAPEL ^ A1J1 SEBV.NC THE ,BW..H COJ.K."..TPHONE 9-2664 e r P E. E. CARTER Funeral Director A Friend In Need" 3008 W. FLAGLER _nj\Aj*ij > ji-ft-ft.rt 0 0 %  *• >< %  %  %  %  *• II I 1 J i A%  J %  I 1 .1 i u f 1 i



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PAGE TWELVE *Jen 1stncrjdtoin ft [I ; K iI I i t 1 1 • -; I 1.1 Erl Roman With the objective of making Daiie the most beautiful anil most prosperous county in America. Erl Roman, for 17 years fighting: editor of The Miami Herald, has announced as a candidate in the Oct. 8 special election, for the vacant county commission seat. Noted as a conservationist, Roman is a director of the Dade County Conservation council and the recipient of a gold medal from the state for his work in conserving Florida's fresh water supplies. In 1938. Roman organized the Quarterbacks' club, which now has more than 12,000 members. Currently, he is vice president of the group and a director in Anglers, Inc.. which conducts the annual metropolitan Miami Fishing Tournament, which he also helped organize. Roman was a GI in World War I. a member of the Masonic lodge, Episcopal church and the Kappa Sigma Alumni association. He resides with his wife at 2930 N.W, Eighth ave. and has opened campaign headquarters at 1119 Congress Building. Many leading business men and various groups have declared their support of him, because "Erl Roman has a wholesome reputation. practical business ability, sane and solid ideas for the progress of Dade county and because he has never been fixed up in politics," they stated. McAllister Volunteer To Hold Reunion McAllister Volunteers of Florida, Inc., will hold a reunion all day Sunday, Oct. 13. at the Rock House near the entrance < >f Mat heson Hammock. C L. Libby. president, announces. Activities for the volunteers and their families will begin at 9 a. m. The volunteer group was formed to train civilians in military drill and tactics shortly before World War II. Libby has issued a special invitation to members of the Miami Y and B'nai B'rith who were affiliated with the volunteers. Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of scute medical, and convalescent caiei Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE, M. D. Medical Director and President 1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243-9-1042 Open io Members of Dade County Medical Assn. Welford H. Tyler. Jr. Welford H. Tyler, jr.. candidate for the vacant county commission post, is a former mayor and city councilman of Miami Springs. Heis an associate in the office of the Lincoln (rational Life Insurance company. A native of Richmond. Va.. the 38 y.ar old candidate settled In Miami Springs in 1936. He was active in the Miami Springs fire department and instigated the recn ational program -ct up by Miami Springs for adults and teenagers. He had planned to make the race for the commission in 1048, providing the late N, P. Lowrey. a .lose personal friend, was not a candidate. Following Lowrey'a death, he decided to enter the list for Lowrey's unexpired term. ,\ former eommitteeman for the Boy Scouts, Tyler makes his home with his wife and two children at 32 N. Melrose dr., Miami Springs. He is a member of Olete lodge, K A AM, Miami Springs, and the rlialeah Eastern Stai chapter. Gorchovs Celebrate Sixth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gorchov, 2142 Cora! Way. Coral Gables, celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary last Thursday evening with a dinner-dance f"i close friends at the Versailles hotel. The affair marked the first tune which the couple had an opportunity to celebrate together during their six years of marriage. Since 1940, Mr. GorchOV has been on active duty with the Army as a major of field artillery. The family, which includes fouryear old Michael, moved here from their home in Philadelphia after Mr. Gorchov opened a branch office of the national Cantor Advertising agency on Miami Beach -i.\ months ago. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHHEBNICK. a Up W HOtW Cry ^(W^ Quality Jood Product* Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO, Inc. Phone 2-6141 1725 N. W. 7ih ATenue Von Ex|*. re.'sS local people interested in ***£* S familiar with local condition.. RESOURCES OVER $15,000,000 Joseph M. Lipton, fttsldt**



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% %  } I l! I V > i: • f |<; Li] %  11 •fi PAGE TEN *Jenist> ncrkUan FRIDAY, D Phi E Alumnae Elect Miami Officers Mrs. Ethel Gerson, 1128 Cordova *t.. Coral Gables, waa elected president of the Miami chapter, I Delta Phi Epailon Alumnae organA membership reception to open Illation, at the first meeting ol the their activities for the season wnl season last wok. be planned by board members of Mrs. Gerson, v.ho is housing the American Jewish Congress director for the international % %  >Womon's division of Miami Beach rority. has called a meeting for BEACH AJC BOARD PLANS RECEPTION at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Cadillac hotel. Mrs. Louis Glasser. president, announces. A musical concert will be featured at the reception, which will be held at the Wofford hotel Oct 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Lear School, 1010 West ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Ida Lear, patroness of the University of Miami chapter of the sorority, will be hostess. Organized In 1938, the local 28. In charge of the event are alumnae organization assists the ... „ ,, ,„ ,. Omega chapter .it the University Mrs. Jerome Kimball. Mrs. Jack B of Miami and the Iota chaptei at Janoff. Mrs. Frank Weiss. Mrs. p,,,,.,^ state CoH( „ Women. Morris Rabinowitz and Mrs. AI()IU ,,,the major projects of the fred Lesser. sorority is taking care of European Tickets for the Friday Review refugee childn n. series of book reviews arc now New officers who.will serve with available from Mrs. Benjamin Mrs Gerson arc Mrs Sydney L, Sherry, chairman, Mrs. Leonard Weintraub, \ ildent; Miss Kimball or Mrs. Frank Weiss. The Arline Lipson, re retary; series, Which will begin Nov, 8, Mrs. Sam Paetl %  ;ion.ling will be for the benefit of Congress activities. •These include the rehabilitation of European <*ities. promotion of Jewish literature and culture secretary; Mrs Milton Sirkin, treasurer. Mrs. Joseph Shopiro, chairman of committees, has appointed Miss Ethel Mm!.iw up the conand protecting minority rights as Btitution and by-laws. Assisting | well as fighting any anti-Semitic her will be Miss Naomi Grossman, or fascist tendencies," Mrs Glasser Mrs Murray Cohen, Mr.G stated. and Mrs Paetro. One of the major jobs "f AJC Mis Martin Gene) will be alumtins year will !>< %  to provide psyiae advisor to the Omega < h ptei chological as well as material aidjat the University and chairman of for European Jewish children, she the social activities committee, said, Tins is being done in coOther members of the committee operation with the World Jewish arc Mrs. Grace Strauss, Mrs SidCongress through the Foster Parney Goldston and Miss Rita G enl Plan More than l.niKi children man anbeing cared for in Europe now AJumnae meetings will he held r this plan. the first Tuesday "f each month Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs. beginning November, Members of Joseph Pei-man have charge of the ""' various I' Pin E chapters arc Beach AJC Foster Parent cumInvited to join the group. mittee Beach Y' Activities Fall activities of the Bea< h v PLANS BENEFIT A pre-Thanksgivlng fixed card party will be held by the Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women's Organisation for Palestine Nov. 24, Mrs. Albert Berson, president, announces. Proceeds will go to the Moatzath Hapoaloth, sister orgnnIzatlon in Palestine of the Pioneer Women in America. Plans fur the affair were drawn up at a recent hoard meeting held a! the home of Mrs. Fred Sandier, ]o7."> N.W, 17th st. Mrs William Berson and Mrs. Marilyn Simon will be cochairmen of the event. Assisting will be Mrs. David Washer, Mrs. Sandier. Mrs. I lose Mellnson, Mrs. Robert E. Miller. Mrs Nat Coulton, Mrs. Estelle Pcigel. Mrs. Etta Courtman and Mrs. Cetla Segal. The chapter. Knglish-speaking branch of the Pioneer Women, will sponsor a performance by Braggic.tti and Chaikln, duo piano con. .-it team on March H nt the Miami Edison High schol auditorium for the benefit of the Child Rescue project. Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to (br memory of the late Hubin Breger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Breger, 1045 Meridian ave. will take place at 2 p. m. Sunday in Mt Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction nf Gordon Monument company. Friends are requested to attend. A course in intercultural education is being planned for AJC by Miss Malvina Weiss, Mrs. Glasser said, The class, which will begin early in November, will be highlighted by outstanding lecturwill get under way Oct. 15, Jai I; Marash, executive director, announced this w. ek. Sale of subscriptions for the Y's MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Eatata Service 606 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-586S .!Pur| le of the course will be Community Concert series will be to sponsor bettor human relationP enetl n thai .lay. ho added, ships. AUGUST BROS ftv7 I* the BEST.' K Llfa Inaurance Eatataa Authoritatively Programmed, NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. tr07 Biscayna Blr.y. Ph. B-1414 or 4-9981 Phone 9-3143 Dr. HERBERT S. LEVIN DENTIST OFFir-E HOURS: 9:00 to 5:00 And By Appointment Suite 612-614 DuPont Building MIAMI. FLORIDA 0 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. RJV. 'PHONE 5-2978 > BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2230 N. V Miami Court • PHONE 3 6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK No Job Too Large or To Small Estimatea Cheerfully Given "Pioneers Since 1914' HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC. 122 N. E. 6th St. Ph. 3-5174 Wedding Invitations and Announcements For the Most Particular Bride Distinctive Monogrammed Stationery Inlormals Visiting Cards Birth Announcements FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL WORK 1396 N. W. 36th Street Awning Prices May Increase While we still have a large supply of material, a shortage is indicated. Better order before prices advance. We store until needed. PHONE 2-1731 FOLDING CHAIRS & TABLES FOR RENT YPL Names Committees For Dance Sunday Young; People's league of th( Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold a dance Sunday evening at the Center In conjunction with its membership drive. Selma Lewis and Gershon Miller are cochairmen of the affair. The nine piece College Kinj;s Orchestra will provide music from 9 p.m. to midnight. Committee chairmen for the affair are Gil Godley. Kstelle Ankor and Nomia Raskin, tickets; Howard Levine, Inez Sehulman and Eleanor Schulang, prizes; Lucille Yagoda. Frank Zeive, Selma Lewis and Gershon Miller, publicity; Norman Green, Shirley Pardo. Bernlce Dogoloff, Selma Lewis, Lucille Yagoda. correspondence; Martin Goldberg, Joyce Lichtenstein, Martin Cometz, decorations. Mrs. E. Lewis, chairman of senior aides, will be assisted by Mrs. R. Lichtenstein and Mrs. Green. First open meeting of the season will be held by YPL on Monday evening. Oct. 14, at the Center. %  Miami SOS or, "ounces. '""kl Clothing, Mm* 1 i othe Pbet^,*3 r : n wn n C d D Cnt < the KadinTJ "•oncer Women', QJL madethed e p 0tavail ,^ drive. *l Persons wi S hi„ gtc J trlbutlon. picked Mrs. Essen at 4-7736, GORDON ROOFING SHEET METAL WOffl "Satufaetory Wor Experienced Mn"' M S. 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f V '. i i >• %  %  •'• • I i i "' 7 1B ^ ^IKP^6, ^JfcSF^C PAGE EIGHT vJewlstricrkiian FRIDAY GillES SUGGESTS JEWISH COLLEGE IN FUTURE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM the rabbinate, Hebrew teaching, Jewish .social work, and others who will have a rounded and complete Jewish education. 1 I) Leaders of our agencies and synagogues are aware of the ("A PROGRAM FOR YOUTH AND ADULT." written by A. P. ( ( ,. 1|th ,, f personnel: Sunday school Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, is ;tn< ,„ R ,i PI Hebrew third in a series which Th< Jewish Floridiar. is prii tin in observance teachers, club of Jewish Education Month.) From all sides the y-.oran,v orschoola and Raton* schools are our Jewish youth and adults is de, subjects unto themselves and warcried. There is an inclination rant S p 0 ,.j a i attention. We hope at among many to blame this void on some | a ter oct On an adult level, a community-wide adult education program has to be planned. The Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee is a good beginning on the informal side. Agencies and organizations must plan together rather than separately. Spasmodic popular lectures and courses are ill right and necessary, but we need a long range, continued intensive program on an adult level. la It far-fetched to hope for a college of Jewish studies in the south, located in Miami? Such an institution would give courses In Hebrew, Bible, history, etc., on a year-round basis with credit, etc., and would train club leaders, Sunday school teachers, Hebrew School teachers, and be a place for those who wish to study our rich cultural heritage. This long range program needs the attention of oIC *•* a united 1 adults on a 1 propose Part of all ""is interested h ish :i every serious ti^,"^ thinking Jew in our midst and the H„„_._ ,, "W support of our professionals and no <5!^Htf ultinut,. OCTOB an iniDcot tU [ AmiT) All men who volunteer for tie new Regular .<„„ before October 5, 1946. are guaranteed the full edoL benefits of the G. I. Bill of Rights f.,r the complete! their enlistment—1,1%, 2 or 3 )ears, whichever thai **> For men enlisting after October 5th, benefits wdeil G. I. Bill of Rights will accrue only so long asthei emergency exists. Upon officiaUcrniinatjan of thewar i benefits cease. 'v. """.*: '• %  •These benefits, which include the opportunity to' full college, trade or business school education, an 1 important to every man who plans to enlist in the new Regular Army. Be sure you get all the facts before October 5th from your nearest U. S. Amy Recruiting Station. ~" A CO 00 IO-i "0 1: U. S. Army CrtOw'Sf. THIS flN£ PRGtlSStQS % %  U. S. POST OFFICE ROOMS 302-303 Musicians Club of America Presents Famous Westminster Choir John Finley Williamson Conductor Benefit-Home for Musicians! Wednesday Eve., Oct. 30 i 1946—8:30 P.M. White Temple Auditorium 320 N. E. 2nd Ave. TICKETS FOR SALE AT MIAMI: Cordelia's Book Shop.' Red Cross Dept. Store (Kodak! jDepi.), Amidon's Music Stores, I Biscayne Blvd. and Alhambiai jCir., Miami Beach Radio, Saks I j Fifth Ave., Miami Beach Con* servalory of Music. 41st St.,! • l Ll t le Flow Shop) in Mac| jFadden Deauville Hotel. ADVANCE MAIL ORDERS! I • TO HDQS.. 708 LANGFORD • BLDG. TEL. 2-3433. {PRICES: $1.50 — 2.00 — 2.50—1 j^ 3.00 (Plus Federal Tax). The Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashmtl wishes to make public this year's list oi butcher shops and poultry markets under its supervision. The following are the ONLY shops at this time being supervised by the Vaad Hakashruth. We guarantee the kashruth oi the mea. and poultry in the following 14 butcher shops and 3 poultry markets oniyi Look for the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Poster! Insist on the B.J.C. "Kosher Rings'* on All Poultry Your Guarantees of Kashruth for the Past 7 Years KOSHER BUTCHER SHOPS Lebowitx Market B. Kass. prop 4 Washington A White Rose Market. M. Heller, prop 87 Washington j* Merlin's Market M. Schwartz & O. Label, props. 320 [J"" 09 c Collins A"Guttman's Market Guttman & Lapoff. props %  ^ National Kosher Market Max Daum, prop 424 ^ Sullivan County Market S. Kohlenberg, prop 618 Z?.^ Ate Mel's Food Center. H. Jacobs, prop cc^MicbJgan Are-' Michigan Food Center. S. Serlin. prop MI W J C !" ... Blackstone Market S. Jane, prop 737 WttW ^ Washington Food Center. B. Deutch. prop 1 51 Wa T m Are. Trachtenberg Market Kaplan & Rothstein. props 1323 W^j 1 ^ .. Whittman's Market D. Whittman, prop 1325 *^*g|i, Penn-Way Market H. Goldberger. prop I* 47 fmmn 'S^ ft Community Food Center. J. Deutch, prop KOSHER POULTRY MARKETS While Rose Market S. Elgison, prop 87 ^jjff Ave. Guttman's Market Guttman & Lapoff. props rollins A e Merlin's Market S. Elgison. prop BUY KOSHER! Rabbi M. Mescheloff. Director Dr. M. J. Safra, Chair* CLIP THIS LIST FOR YOUR REFERENCE