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The Jewish Floridian ( October 25, 1946 )

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^^^^^^^^^H il&WElliDipidliiaun 7^^77^^-THE JEWISH UN 19 _NUMBER_43_ WISH WE SULO^A^RIDA^^ PRICE: TEN CENTS iste es To Op en Alton Road Hospital Jan. 1st tish Deport 750, ir Election Riots SIDE (JTA) More than 750 visaless Jews arrived here this were immediately transhipped to Cyprus lor detenish organizations which subL chin on which they were travelling, the Alma was 11,u d J ninl proposals on tin %  -* tection of Jewish rights in forJmer enemy ci untries t" the Peace will press m Palestine waters by a British minesweeper, elugees, who were escorted to Haifa and transferred to conferen Authorize $15,000 For Reconversion NEW YORK (JTA)-The JewStressing the need for early opening of the Alton Road hospital as a stop-gap until the Mt. Sinai hospital building is erected, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the Mt. Sinai trustees, yesterday announced the appointment of a committee h" deportation vessels, the Empire Hey wood and the the"r'demands l thTpnS 1 rehabilila,e re-equip and prepare the Alton Road hospital igour ,Vluded 516 men. 202 women and 41 children. „f For eig n MinSrs which s to *" ff erati0n S T \ ^ a, v o. I liitish dropped depth charges in Haifa harbor during inert in Now York next n onth it committee, headed by Alex Van Straaten, is empowered ier operations to discourage the refugees from jumping was revealed this week at a din,0 spend s15 000 advanced by the board of Mt. Sinai, to reOne Jew. however, did jump overboard and was ner arranged by the American convert ,he hospital to civilian use. Committee members are A number of sick refugees were hospitalized at Haifa. Jewish conference, in hon. r ,,f t> Da 'i Ruskin, Leona rd Wien, Mr s. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Harry 0 h the communique said that no resistance had been representatives who worked in ~ *Markowitz and Dr. J and on n earlier unofficial report said that at least 20 of the P ,'! ,ls w,u ) u the delegations I |}i nn r f ft Onon "s had jumped overboard when the Alma was o,f the **** %  ^11 TXZX tO U P CI1 Palestine border The vessel was seven days out of n; „. d Bernsteini formcr „ w hen it was sighted near Beirut. It had been buffeted adviser to General Eisenhowei seas for almost the entire voyage and a storm one and legal counsel of the Amerijatened to wreck it. can Jewish conference, who reFirst major event of the Beach lima, which was originally called the Fenice, is a vetturned from Pans after a threeY's S300.000 building fund drive the Italy-Palestine run, having made two previous months stay. Col. Bernstein was will be the initial gifts division It carried part of the 1,200 refugees who arrived tho principal speaker at the dindinner at 7 p.m. Sunday in the Beach y Drive La Spezia last spring, after a hunger strike which won ne £ Imperial room of the Roney Plaza Icanied a transport of visaless refugees. (Continued on Page 4) (Continued on Page 4j their to Solicit icember Home for the Aged und drive set for Dehe board of directors appointed a steering consisting of Sydney Hub. Judge Harold B. Greenberg and Dan3 formulate and carry |for the campaign. nmittee's goal is $75.1 new addition to the under construction. ; plans include abreakRetherto -tart the camin Dec niber. A speaker has been inddre?s the group. Stion ceremony on the the Home will also be Kember. The drive will with a victory dinner nuary. hmittce intends to consecuring life mem•the organization upon $100 or more to the No's Auxiliaries of MiIMiami Bead, will aid >'Sn which will be diIHarold Shapiro, Miami fcrney. PPW. president of the Pounced this week that paenberg of New York F* as executive direc'nstitut,,,, as previ faced. Officers of the •renewed efforts to fill PLEDGES $2,500 U> HAHATZALA Crm„ M,ami Jewish IJ^rcfiafon for the K a d ring Yiscor J 51 T hursdav. El£ auer made th ^ wganization which Qm. m n na bilitating mele ^ and destitute Lewis Nathan, president of the Middle Atlantic section of the national Jewish Welfare board, and vice chairman of the Philadelphia USO council, will be principal speakt r. Carl Weinkle and Lou Heiman are cochairmen of the initial gifts dinner and Samuel A. Rivkind is over-all chairman of the drive. S limitation will be conducted Loan Fund to Soek Federation Support With its charter to be granted' At the first meeting of the Monday, the revised Baron de fund's board of directors MonHirsch loan fund plans to apply day. major committees were apto the Greater Miami Jewish Fedpointed. Benjamin Meyers was eration for admission as a parnamed head of the policies and ticipating agency, Charles Cohen, regulations committee which will director of the fund, announced determine under what ci nditii ns this week. loans will be made, eligibility reJudge George E. Holt will sign quirements for persons applying the charter in the presence of of-1 for loans and the general philosficers of the fund in his chamophy of the agency. bers at 11:30 a.m. Monday. Other committee chairmen Federation will receive a renamed by Baron de Hirsch Mi y< r, quest to transfer its loan retemporary president, are Elry serves, approximately S3.I00. Stone, constitution and by-laws; to the fund, Cohen slated. Irving Frankel, budget and fiMorrisKlass.executivedirectornar.ee; Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, of Federation, said Wednesday membership and publicity. that the money would be turned Mrs. Schwartz will meet with over to the fund if Federation her committee at neon Tuesday vision of the Mt. Sinai hospital Sehwarz. Named jointly with the rehabilitation committee was a medical advisory committee which will furnish counsel on matters pertaining to administration, medical and nursing staffs, etc. Heading this group is Dr. Nathaniel Levin with Dr. Tom Otto, Dr. Max Dobrin and Dr. M. B. Marks assisting him. As soon as the Alton Road hospital is opened, these committees will have completed their tasks, Meyer said. Formerly used by the Navy, the hospital is located at Alton rd. and Eighth st., Miami Beach. It is a three-story structure with a 55-bed capacity. Although repair work is under way, title has not yet passed from the city of Miami Beach to from Nov. 1 to 12. Isaac Heller, New Orleans civic leader and na-1 the trustees but transfer is extionally known Jewish leader,: pected to be completed within will be guest speaker at the spej the next few days. cial gifts division dinner, sched| A number of people were interufed for Nov. 3, Jack Marash, executive director of the Y, said this week. A special campaign broadcast will be aired over Station WGBS tomorrow at 6:45 p.m. Blank to Be Host To Mt. Sinai Group Members of the initial gifts dir a e


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•r i i ; I J > %  Rabbi Moses Mescheloff wil' next week after which they will effete at the Pidyan Haben —£—• of Barry Morton, son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Burak. The affair will be held Sunday aftei noon at the Workmen's Circle lyceum, Miami Beach Roger Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Metsky, 801 West 40th St., chose his parents' second anniversary, Oct. 10, to be born at St. Francis hospital. He is the first grandson and fifth grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 N. Meridian ave., longtime residents of Miami Beach. His father returned from Guam last year after five years' Army service. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Bris Simchas Torah morning and Roger Joel's parents and grandparents were hosts at a reception in the Temple Beth Sholom sukka that morning. His paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Metsky of Newark, arrived in time for the Bris Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Young Judaeans Plan Tomorrow Sinin, dancing and refreshment8 wil] be in *U>re for young people aged i Ight to 17 yetri %  „ Y. ung Judaea Bally to beheld Other newlywedded couples (l pm Saturday at the Beacn ,,as returned to the city with {J/ Ditt J D ,„., s Albin and Nans family ... Dr. Geoige ^^ Frankel, program; Stanley Jraham attended the Florida VVal | nUlU ,, gters; Annette Mer[ lomecoming at Gainesville With L hine ;md Lucille Yagoda, refreshiormer classmates. Joel Cohen ment s; Roz Drosd, decorations: jnd Stuart Newman ... Bob Shirley Pardo and Joyce LichtenMarcus of Miami Beach left for stein, publicity. Baltimore. Md., this week for i A six weeks' leadership trainIng cause for Young Judaea clubbegan 'I'm .-day evening at the Beach Y under the direction : R In David Raab of Ft. Lauderdale. Subsequent lectures will deal with the principles of Zionism and their presentation to youth; a workshop <>n conducting clubs; story telling, dancing, singing and handicraft. Prisons interested in the course may contact -Mrs. E. Lesowoder. Rom ance of Be gan In \y Nei r es his marriage to Miss Rita Landy. After a honeymoon at Grossingers. the newlyweds will return here to make their home Jonas Weiland of Palm Island has opened radio station WFVL with studios at the Alcazar hotel Hallowe'en Dance Aids Lodge Hospital Project Part of the proceeds from Sholem lodge's Hallowe'en dance Texas Girl Engaged To Arnold Sussman will be used t<> purchase hospita left for New York this week [equipment, Charles R. Jacobson, to attend the convention of the executive secretary of the Miami Nov 26 is the wedding date set Women Lawyers association. B'nai B'rith, announced this week, by Miss Renee Battlelstein and Mrs Meyers, who is expected A few tickets for the dance, Arnold Sussman, whose engagehark Nov 5 ^s chairman of which will be held at the Candlement is announced by her parback Nov. 5, is chairman o Cadillac hotel ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Battlehe local association ... Paul JjM patio ^ ^ ^ rf ^^ ^ Weitzman is due in this week fi| ^ ^ ^^ ( „ end from a business trip to L. m & bold Wd New York ... Gil Balkin is also _.„,„ 1 Caney and his Latin American expected back from a starts. he8t „ w]!1 Vllll music f or wide tour for the Anti-Defamad mt in( Rumba exhibitions and audiare by th, community service committee of the Metropolitan council of B'nai Gi dfrey K. Newman is lion league Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau, 4574 ence participation contests Nautilus dr., are home from a planned. two month vacation during! Service to the Nautilus and which they flew to Martinville, Pratt General hospitals was Ind., Pittsburgh, Cleveland and |l ; "*] >u Mo J ;' } New York ... Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Palay welcomed their l_, nephew and niece. Mr. and tempo rary cha irman of the cornMrs. S. S. Manson who are mittee wnicn 1S surveying the honeymooning at the Roney hospitals to find out what serPlaza hotel from Cleveland, vices are needed. The committee Ohio will coordinate projects of the Miss Irma Silverstein, 15681various local B'nai B'rith groups. Merdian ave., was hostess all The Miami 1Uillh '' d ^ ls P 1 1 ] a recent party honoring Mr. n,,l '" l ?T l, w ,l, S M "\ 1 J T./I u u M equipment to the Nautilus vetand Mis. Harold Nappan on ^ h .^ u noM T their fourth anniversary. Miss chairman (lf llu Metropolitan Silverstein returned several council, said weeks ago from a trip to Bos-' ton, New York and BaltiBrunch Meeting Set more David Goldstein, president of Beth Jacob congregation, reThe bl idc-oloct attended the University of Texas and the University of Miami after being graduated from Edge-wood Park school in Bnarcliff Manor, N. Y. Her fiance, son of the Samuel Sussman* of Miami Beach, is a graduate of Miami Beach High school. He attended the University of PI i ida where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraMiss Wallich To Wed Jerry Kaufman Miss Roslyn Wallich will beand Arthur :ome bride of Jerry Kaufman ... ind B '* J ate in December, her mother, |,, alv .. uuon "ubbm A romance thai k. c ^.NherlSi b, M culminated i,1 We J& Rachel HabeV^ to JAB i g" pendant, £** '" n 'natron 0 f rmw^ Shirlev r, :*M vaaifS' I as flower gi^l* 1 Daniel Dubbir. 8 fc 1 A-.u... „ ""Wr! come lateMrs. Fannie Wallich, 330 W. 47th st., announces. Mr. Kaufman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kaufman. Philadelphia. Miss Wallich graduated from Miami High school. Her fiance attended schools in Philadelphia and served in the Navy for three The wedding will take place in Philadelphia. **". Grccnberg Was H Tr.t-couple. G *berg 4 fc I Navy Hebi of lieutenant seckjT. Son of Joseph GreeaU %  jl .'I 1 %  • "' %  of .Florida i3 ember of Tau I J fraten ^" The couple will reside al ami. Out of town guest 1 ding included Jacob and l 1 %  : %  .md Mrs, R all i i .New York. ARTHUR HARVITHS TO LIVE IN CAPITAL Honeymooning in Havana before makin their home in Washington. D. C, are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jerome Harvith w h o were married recently at the XPTHTIR PCTWtBM home of Rabbi Muses Mescheloff. *KlUri mPERTO The bride, the former Beulah BE BAR MITZVA Etta Blondhcim of Washington. is a graduate of Newman school, %  %  : •• %  Pepper, son of i New Orleans, La., and attended Mrs Pepper. 1683 i George Washington university. '"< St., will bei Washington, D.C. f* sel cheduled fort Her husband, a Miamian, Is on Satu at the Hioi the legal staff of the RFC in •'• C ngregu Washington. He is a graduate of Mu Cornell university ..r.d Harvard ternity. During the war he served law school and is a member of as a lieutenant with the Marine corps reserve in the Pacific theater. Fratority Costume Dance Slated for Sunday Sunday night is the time chosen by the Beth Sholom Fraternity for its gala costume dance which Will be held at Temple Beth Sholem, 4144 Chase ave. Admissior is SI.50 per person. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes. An 11-piece army band will furnish music fc r dancing and therewill be refreshments. The public is invited to attend. Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Lambda Phi. During the war he served with the field artillery in the Italian theatre. Chorus Membership DUX to Hold Party To cek-brate the fact that the Dux club is the first independent group to join the Miami Y 100 per cent, members of the organi| j /ation will hold a party for teei | agers in theY gym at 8 p.m. Saturday. Charles Zalis is president of the Dux. I J A 1 ;.| The open hi use i plain e y Mr, and Mrs. i %  afternoon wills held due to the death Peppei mother, Mrs. Abe| pei week. WINDOW REPAIRING GLAZING ana GREASAt| BECKER'S 1533 S. W. llthTennl Phone 9-5831 For Home Auxiliary Members and guests of the Miturned last night after vaca'"'" Women's Auxiliary to th< tioning at Saratoga. Stricken Jewish Home for the Aged will ill during his trip, he was hos" u,t f r brunch at Beth David Louis Pi wesky, director of the pitalized for several weeks. Mrs. : "" Tuc 'sda v Mrs Claire H r Greater Miami Jewish Folk Goldstein preceded him home ZO P res,dent announces. Chorus, announced this week that last week Mr8 Isido1 Cohen, foundei and persons interested in choral sing.. ,, norary president, is m charge in 6 are invited to join the group. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Heirnan (of program arran gements. fSntering its third year, the celebrated their 20th wedding Guest speakers will be Mi ,: ms l,is rehearsals at 8:15 anniversary last week end by Benjamin Sherry, president of ,,m ,; "' h Tuesday at Beth David visiting their son, Gene, at the the Home's Beach auxiliary and synagogue. The group will sponUniversity of North Carolina Rabbi Max Shapiro. Betty'Carsor a dance N v. 9 at the I.O.OJ. Mrs. Ida Spivack, 905 -' n, accompanied by Eleanoi 1,w Michigan ave., marked her 54th Clark Lint n. will present sev birthday with a dinner and ,raI mu sical .-eld tin:... theater party recently. Guests I The publlt ,s hivited. included her husband, her chil„„_. ..„. „_~ dren. Mr. and Mrs. H. Decky BETH DAVID SERVICES and sister, Mr. Leo RubenServices at Beth David will be s '-ein ... i h eld at 5:30 this evening and 8:30 Fourth st. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coplan are spending their honeymoon at the Versailles hotel. The couple will remain here until a.m. tomorrow. Student service: will begin at 10:30 a.m. t. row. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor A. Friedman will officiate. For The Best Paramount Poultry Co. 237 N. W. Fifth Street Specializing In KOSHER LIVE POULTRY KILLED WHILE YOU WAIT SHOCHET ON DUTY TUESDAY A M ALL DAY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AND FRIDAY A. M. Also A Full Lino of Fruits and Vegetables REMEMBRANCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Hand Mail< Chocolates CANDY FRUITS By FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX (The Original) WE PARCEL POST from COAST TO COAST %  ft %  & 10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue Opp. Florida Power A. Light Co. wool slip*" Get Junior ready color days ahead weight sweaters with neat' V-neck that won't Brown, yeHw and in the gro"P' nr II-SIOR 1



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Y OCTOBER 25. 1946_ fonsportation Br Beth David *Jmi*ti fhridtain PAGE THREE JOINS 5WFI^^^ \ ,,ck. ChildU p immcdiLpublU school and takE David for classes from 515 pjnchildren at r R u Sh nandoah Junior RSand. ah Elementary / %  ,1 W iy school m the and Citrus \ -,(st section. h( ': ,m be brought bnsneai homes when wi ll be servby the Beth < associator • transportation E a month for ISlreau of Jewish EducaI lie transportaF IIGROUPS MAP TURAL PROGRAM Appointment of Samuel to the newly created p executive director of the Miami Beach Jewish Center wa nounced this week by Samuel Friedland, president. For the past three years, SI iai was director of the Brooklyn %  adult Iprog lucati and "• i M n< :. i. I Irli'U.J> b and %  \K and Yi tional and culv, ill be started ,; ireau of Jewtown Y, synan's organizaaham P. Ganrector of BJE, i ek, i program will and lectures topics, mornwish content for ning classes in !.. TfUVOR J •fee V-~ v m Koshet CONDV.NSED CR1 AM OF TOMATO SOUP | "neichei I >, %  r, 3wk fig Moishe Oysher. renowned cantor, will make his first local appearance Sunday, Dec. 15. at Ida M. Fisher High school in a concert sponsored by a group of private individuals. Oysher, considered the "master singer of his people." will present a repertoire of popular and classical Jewish music. His manager. Jacob Schechter, is arranging the concert. UJA PLANS NATIONAL CONFERENCE, ANNOUNCES 180 MILLION IN GIFTS The executive committee of the United Jewish Appeal will hold a national UJA conference in Atlantic City Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 for Jewish leaders from communities thrgughout the United States and representatives of European and Palestinian Jewry. The decision to hold the meeting was taken at the conclusion of a two day session of the execuBanquet to Benefit Group's Yiddish School Chevra Kadisha Formed By Orthodox Group SAMUEL SLOAN Zionist region with the largest Mrs. S. Kahn, 40 N.W. 24th ave. Jewish membership ur.it in thi world. He has also served in various fields of Jewish educati n in New York city; Birming Ala., and Meriden, Conn. Sloan will supervise the program of expanded activities Establishment of a Chevra Kadisha by the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was announcu J ; j ed this week by Rabbi Murray Workmei s ( irele Vladack t .,,„, b e held at 6 p.m. The congregation sensed a ; l : ; ''". %  Y i.fmite need in the community <' cs vi luntary service with redinner will spect t() th( last ri tes given to : sh school r, r thodox Jews," he explained, econd year last All members of the Chevra! M. Gleberman is the inKadisha are Sabbath observers I ; and volunteer their services with-; ,, U Irom -1 to 6 p.m. out charge to members of the | ; v and Tl and from congregation and other orthodox] 10 a.m. till noon on Sunday at Jews in the community. has been raised by American the Y. Registration is still open believing the group to be the j Jews toward the 100 million dolfor new pupils. Oral of its kind here. Rabbi Grauer' lar UJA goal for this year, Isidor Tickets to the banquet may be expressed the hope that other con-1Coons, executive vice chairman, ed from Mrs. J. H. Siegel, gregations will follow suit "to reveal'd. 2143 S.W Sixth St.; Mrs. H. Jaestablish a voluntary attitude! More than 20,000 Jewish refust., and toward this religious institution j gees entered Palestine during the and to have its performance unfirst eight months of 1946, Dr. der rabbinical supervision." Martin Rosenbluth, research diMembers of the Chevra Ka-[ rector of UPA, reported. These disha, which is supervised by ; figures do not include those who Rabbi Grauer, are D. Singer, Wilwere deported by British authonliam Clein, I. Schwartz, Sam ties to Cyprus, he said. Werner, S. Okonoff, S. Savitsky,! Isaac H. Levy, UJA vice chairtive committee in New York last week at which leaders of the Joint Distribution committee, the United Palestine Appeal ar.d the United Service for New Americans reported on the activities of their organizations and the probable needs for the coming year. Miami will be the first city to review UJA's fund request, local Federation officials believe. The budget committee will study the UJA budget early in December. A total of 80 million dollars NCJW Lists Persons Sought By Europeans Tl e si rvice to the foreign I orn, Miami section of the National s Raskin and B. Miller, which the Center is planning in uncii ()f JL WI ... Women, Is tryconnection with its new building m „ to i„ t atl i persons for I soon to be constructed. Southern BBG's Send Sewing Kits Overseas B'nui B'rith girls and young relatives and friends in Europe. Dr. Don Wallach is being sought by Kornelia Wallai ol Poland; Henry Angi 1 by M Buitkowcr of Poland; Mrs. (Levin) Spaet To Be Chairman Of Aged Care Parley Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the Greater Miami JewBel man by Mara (• %  Id Lsh Home for the Aged and membeig (nee Gelman); Isaak Gottber of the Jewish Social Service oiiai on B .,o„ ...... yLeizer silberstein of Gerbureau board, will be chairman women t:.n the Sojtnc.ist> ,„„,,„,, „ f ho rooinnal !" n. ern district are busy preparing >' !" >jr e K; ^ /; sewing kits for their sisters_over. M Dubner seas, Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, ai, n ,.,. rector of girls' work for the B'nai B'rith fifth district, reported this oi a meeting of the regional continuation committee on aged care in Atlanta Sunday. Also attending from Miami will Leopold Cohen by Thea Be trends; Isaac Gottlieb by Luza j be Charles Cohen, JSSB direcG ittlieb; Jacob Wucher by David'tor; Max Greenberg, vice presiwock on her J e JJ^ n J f !" m >t an cx Weiner; Morns or Max Mans by dent of the Home, and Fred HolJacob Mans of Poland; Jer.o land, manager of the Home. activities concerning tensive tour of the district. The kits, containing yard and sew sent ov tional overseas survivors. Major project of AZA boy.is to supply school kits 1 1 pens, Q e nio Batcher; Emanuel Wcin pencils, paper, scissor--, etc., for by Wim w ., in bcrg. shipment to Hungary. m During her trip. Miss Carnovsky „___ cicTpRHOOD visited practically every Southern city which has a B'nai B'rith man, announced that the UJA would be continued in 1947 as the combined fund-raising organization for JDC, UPA and USNA, which replaced the National Refugee Service. Robert R. Nathan, economist and former deputy director of the office of war mobilization and reconversion, presented a brief analysis of the general economic situation, forecasting that business conditions in 1947 would favor generous contributions on the same or larger scale than the gifts made for the current year. MJOC TO BUILD SOON Ki reeky I y W< iss, -< ns of Sandor, of Poland; Moses Hutter by make a report. Th e meeting will be sponsored by the Southern region of the Ci uncil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. girls group. She addressed the groups and conferred with key people interested in youth problems in the various cities. terhood tea Nov. 4 will be a new In Washington, D. C, she spoke. mem ber, Mrs. Arthur Klein, at a joint meeting of the seven membership chairman, anBBG groups there. Miss Carnounc ed Monday at the installanovsky said she stressed the JewGirl Scouts to Meet Girls who wish to become Brownies and Scouts will hold Miami Beach Jewish Center Sis-1their first meeting at the Miami Y at 4 p.m. this afternoon. The Miami Service league will supervise the scout project for the Y. TO SEEK MEMBERS Admission for members at the ish cultural aspect of BBG work in her talks. Coral Gables Center Opens Sunday School Sundav school classes are coi ducted by the Coral Gables Jewish Community Center, MrsSidney Richman, chairman i I its religious committee, announces Classes are held at the HiUel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd., from 10 a.m. to noon. The curriculum, approved by the Bureau ,,„, opere tta. of Jewish Education, mcl history and the Hebrew language. All age groups are taught by professional instructors, tration is taken at House. tion luncheon. The tea will be | ,.Ui at i..c H. yal Palm hotel. Mrs. Clarence Cohen will be cochairman. Officers were installed Monday v Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Joseph M. Hose, outgoing presi. was presented a leather makeup case. Joseph Schreibman, musical director of the Center, played an :.,,! composition on his imins Miami and dedicated it to Mrs. R( i Mrs Lillian Kral'f gave a synopsis of "Mademoiselle Modiste and sang three selections from Construction of a new buildbe discussed. Ben ing for the Miami Jewish Orthoirector of the Chi-ldox Congregation will begin bethe Aged, will fore the end of fall, Rabbi Murray Grauer said this week. Nathan Adelman was appointed chairman of the building committee by A. M. Bear, president, at the last congregation meeting. His committee met Monday night to discuss the plans for the new synagogue. Members of the committee, which will be enlarged soon, are John C. Temple, Max Kupferstein, Max R. Silver, I. Schwartz, Philip Berkowitz, Louis Davidson and Rabbi Grauer. Following recent service in the Medical Department, Army of the United States Jbr. Leonard Ji. Qlickdleln Optometrist announces his return to civilian practice for Examination of the Eye Contact Lenses Visual Training at 2202 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Florida the Hllle! CUB PACK MEETS First monthly Cub Pack meeting of the season was held Ia.i rlijht at the Bench Y Ed Betgtr. cubmaster, conduct, d the meeting. Special guest was B. BIKK. regional director of the Boy Scouts. Sisterhood To Honor Project Workers Members of Temple Beth ShoSisterhood who have been working on the organizations n er%mject will be honored Bt a luncheon in the Cadillac ho tel Wednesday noon. Hostesses for the luncheon are M Irving Marcus, Mrs. David SrrijTS. Simon Wolff and Mrs. Joseph Fenias. Reservations may be made with any of the hostesses^ In Respect to the Memory of MRS. A. PEPPER the Bar Mitzvah Reception in honor of her grandson ARTHUR PEPPER will not be held 'II ti i • \ 1 • •• 1 1 I i



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{ J!. I PAGE FOUR 9-Jewlsii Hcridiar FRIDAY, &m %  \ i • si 1 1 %  1 1 r 1 I I ftuMt IFIfriliiir Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 P hone 2 1141 Entered as S~ond Clan. Matter July 4. 1930 at the ro Office of Miami, Ha., under the Act of March, 3, ism Published Erery Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates. 1 Year. $3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor VOLUME 19 Miami 18, Florida. Friday. October 25, 1946 T1SHRI 30. 5707 Nl/MIiKR 43 BRITISH DEPORT 750. FEAR ELECTION RIOTS OPEN YOUR POCKETBOOKS Perusal of our columns the past weeks reveal an endless (Continued From Page 1) The authorities were more apprehensive than usual, since in view of the elections for the Zionist Congress, which are scheduled for next Monday, even the more moderate parties are expected to take some action, in order that their militancy cannot be questioned. Even before the capture of the Alma had been confirmed, the jew isl Agei i y issued a state* i :.t in Jerusalem saying that as long as Jews who seek Palestine's res are not allowed to enter, no talks between Jewish and British representatives will ease tension here. The arrival of every new vessel only serves to further unite the Jewish community, it %  aid. array of "campaign" stories. All indications point to a continuance of this "Fund Seeking" information and coverage in the months to come. This material will dominate the wordage presented to our readers because it is news. It is news tha' a young and growing community is undertaking and accom plishing so much in so short a period. It is news that Miami will lead the way and set the example for the rest of the country to follow, in assuming its share of responsibility foi community and for its fellow Jews. Our Miamians will find themselves confronted with these appeals with their every step. They will cry out that there must be a limit. This cry brings to mind a story related by a speaker here this week. He tells of a woman complaining loudly to her neighbors, bewailing the acguisition of a son-in j don talks, which, as one paper law. Much to their surprise they replied ft* marrying a £** 'JWjJJwh*. £** daughter was a blessing and a real accomplishment, ic which she replied. "But my son-in-law can't drink and can'l play cards." Her friends declared that this boy was a real find -why all the tears? Well, the unhappy mother-in-law replied. "Well, he can't drink and he drinks and he can't play cards and he plays cards!" Miamians have given until they feel they can give no more ... but they will continue to give and make these many drives the successes they deserve to be. They have given cl their time and strength until they feel they can do no more but they will again come forth in sufficient numbers and with enough energy to fulfill these tasks. Release of the Jewish Agency leaders detained in the Latrun prison since June 29 is reported to be imminent, although no official confirmation could be obtained this week. An Agency spokesman, while stating that he could not confirm the report, stressed that he was not denying it. The Hebrew press generally favors the cessation of the Lonpapers say that the chief reasons the talks ended was the the persistent British demand that the Agency halt further "illegal" immigration and the government's refusal to agree to increased immigration on a large scale. EFFRONTERY Attitudes of organization, on both the local and national scene, have been varied in respect to observing Jewish holidays. Overall approach in this regard has been to submit to the pressure of the religious whip which upon each violation vigor ously upbraids the sinner. The transgressor thereupon pleads ignorance in the form of one excuse or another and promises to sin no m ore. The most modern method of keeping face with God, neighban was Czechoslovakian Consul bors, community and self is to work behind closed doors. In?" era Iv;m No Y* and n ** %  ... .. „ who were arrested b v soldiers advertantly a telephone call is answered and the caller reand held for an hour despite the warded with the answer "the office is closed today" and the consul's diplomatic immunity. The staff meeting continues. Luncheon clubs are in full force and a F urfew ls b, inR strictly enforced i i it D >' heavily armed troops in full synagogue meets for a snack following services to transact battle regalia T e meeting of the Small Zionist Actions committee to decide whether Jews should continue their talks with Britain, which was scheduled to be held on Wednesday, has been postponed bee.ais.Rabbi Judah L. Fishman and Eliezer Kaplan have run into v in arranging air transportation from London. The two Jewish Agency members arc to report to the committee on the negotiations with the British government. Jerusali m has become a tense, dead city after dusk, as a result of the rigid curfew. One of the first prominent victims of the irnnurinhl 1Q.lt O. (Copyright. 1948, Seven Art, |^ atu By PHINEAS j. BIRON re Syndic, li) WHAT'S THE ANSWER..? The "Draft Davis-Byrd Com mittee" (Charles Davis for president and Harry Clifton Byrd for vice president in 1948) is circularizing the names in the Jewish Who's Who. We received a circular which glorifies Davis. "Honorary Grand Sachem of the Six Nations" and Byrd. president of the University of Maryland, as a "truly national ticket" But why is this committee appealing to us with these words: "We hope that 1000 Jews in New York state will become trustees and thus elect the director to represent the great state of New York" We are puzzled. Trustees of what? And who is the "director"? ... Or can it be that we are being given the firs; crack at donating $10.00 for the privilege of "enrolling as a trustee". What is it all about?. Do vou know the answer?. STRIKE THEM OUT. Dan Parker, one of America's top snort columnists, wants to know why a small clique in the Detroit ball park boos Hank Greenberg whenever his name is announced over the loudspeaker The answer. Dan. is that there are bigots and hate mongers evei in grandstands of our baseball parks. HITLER TEACHES COLLEGE. Dr. Tage U. H. Ellinger, head of the department of zoology of Howard unirersity, is under fire. He ii charged, by his students, with unqualifiedly acceptinq the racist theory of Adolph Hitler. In other words the professor believes that Negroes and Jews do not belonq to the "superior" race of pure Aryans. We hope that Howard students will insist on Dr. Ellinger's exit. MISCELLANY. David Lilienthal is slated for appointment to the Atomic Energy commission. Insiders predict that Henrv Monskv's address at a dinner in honor of the American Jewish Conference delegates to the peace conference will make the headlines. Ben Williams, young Jewish painter, is having Mrs. Goldberg Directs Community Calendar his first (j !" blic 'ch4 f J, e v* 1 dldn D ^-y ItJ '8? .theater JJ! V %  T 1, !" e SUFI'S 1 Inspector G cr ?' %  -monies, win £% ,V r :n the election SBS Ex-Governor Lehm>73 Vork Senator, "glf reminisce^ 1 •elts dealings with Cha J Malm are scheduled to J i9 47 !" v xm wound fighters in MB^ %  Barney Ross'&J1 %  'thegrtitlS •-'•owinthetouSI eeraKainaST '"st rase are Be-irH • %  • Bettv rkl Mexico, aim BesWishHil '' jeer still is M : '. Ann Arbor, Jf^J %  "Deration. WE APPROVE. MR Sit Rex Stout, author ci fcl ous Nero Wolfe detectnei man of the \ B is entered the ver dialed ccme4_ ;! % % %  -— and we awl him—that dialect jokes at arilv f innv to those whtft Jew; ar.d ctM roups. Stout's cm : against the "Gal Top This" radio nroci Harry Hershfieldt, confn res delight in thkfi eented stories. We haj time and againtol to use his influence in dt up his material. .. Stoa'tl might succeed wheel failed. Baruch Scores BritaaJ For Palestine Policy business. Following our recent holidays, we failed to receive the Hurry Beth Jacob Women of calls and mail from our regular objectors. But the effrontery To Hold Annual Tea Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheas evidenced these past holidays by organizations and in dividuals as well still tends further to weaken the house oi 'off will be hosts at the annual Judaism, already much too shaky. ': ; '" rel %  >' '-a of the Beth Jacob s lerhood to be ruld Nov. 11 at — | their home, Mrs. Edward Goldberg, volunteer worker for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has boon given charge of conducting the Community Calendar. Morris Klass, executive director of Federation, announced this week. Mrs. Goldberg will prepare the calendar each week and send copies of it to presidents and secretaries of organizations twice a month. Organizations may list their meetings and affairs by calling I the Federation office on Mondays. REFUGEE RIGHTS DEMAND PRESSED garian treaties, upon hip n charge fter 1 at, as a fa!'. Baruch this week B the governnali Britain and the United St*" ...Hying" on the I sion of European displaeeil to Palestine. He emphasis*! America, too, has not besj sanctuary she wasforsanjjf P inting out that he is' political Zionist, Baruch* that he nevertheless %  and condemns" the policy jecting the right of JeJ haven :n Palestine as pn" bv the Balfour declaratwl the Palestine Mandate. Ml same time, he stresadttsrp thing must be done j.-ws from Europe to w States. He cited MrM ures showing that the J— States has done little and' much towards rescuiBj J nants of European W death. 17 Nations to Issue DP Travel Permits LONDON (JTA'-f^l india hav e ifsm will join the bnat^^J week[subscribed to *gf mc „u for f'Solerj learned here. Se\ Jj to honor the docuw w '" SWVe lot tfS*il The present s.gn ^ J agreements are hfc i ,lint "" "SUP



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1946 *Jenistfhiri(ftan PAGE FIVE midway I* 05P a i at the Miami Y Sun\Kl the Emanon club preH first annual Hallowe'en LS SS "fission and free Jio the music of Sherwood fi^tr. vull be the E features of the affair E will last from 1 p.m. till %U p rtion ?JVT will be given to the T. Kratish Emanon prmiE announced this week, fcroximately 30 booths with t dart' and other games, as FM refreshments will be set the Y'i athletic field. Rations affiliated with |Y including the Workmen s ,' of Miami and various groups, will operate their [booths. The ladies' auxiliary L Freda Markowitz post, JewTwar Veterans, will have m ade cakes and pickles on Lrall chairman of the affair Jtanlcv Abramowitt, who is ted by Sidney Needelman, nan of construction; Nat Et [social chairman; Millie Ber|tz, treasurtr; George Siegel, nan of :rsonnel; Ruth Ros(Lchairm in of the food comfccl and Esther Goldberg pub• chairma TEMPLE SISTERHOODS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR UAH C HOME ekeeper Sought JSSB Clients (omen v.. rv serve as houtelers are being sought by the kh Social Service bureau for tents. Charles Cohen, execufdirector, said this week. %  ery often we need someone Ible of maintaining the home la family broken up by ill— 1 or absence of a parent," he pperviiion of children, care of persons and cooking are btimes necessary, but full time [ices are n )t always required. Valified persons may apply at (JSSB office, 127 N. W. SecMrs. J. Walter Freiberg (left) of Cincinnati, honorary chairman and Mrs. Edward B. Schulkind (right) of New York City, chairSpanish Conversation. Dancing On Y Program Beach Y members can learn to speak Spanish and become familiar with the intricacies of Latin American dances if they enroll in classes now under way. The following schedule of courses was released by Randy Polansky, Beach Y activities director, this week: M nday—dancing for children, 3:30 p.m.; sketch class, 8:15 p.m. Tuesday—arts and crafts for children. 4:30 p.m.; arts and crafts for adults, 7:30 p.m.; conversational Spanish, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday — dramatics for childn n. 4 p.m. Thursday—arts and crafts for Children, 4 p.m.; arts and crafts tor adults, 7:30 p.m. dancing classes tor adults. 9 p.m. Classes in mathematics and :i usic appreciation are being planned. man, will head the post-war Victory fund-raising project of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods to ra THE HOUSE OF LIVING JUDAISM which will provide headnilirt*ri in P i <', *. i. : „_J v• i %  • •• —— ••..— jwi^i-mjm rtmui win provia quartere in Cincinnati and in New York for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and its affiliates. The National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, with 65,000 members in over four hundred Siiterhoods throughout the world, is headed by Mrs. Louis A. Rosett, of New Rochelle. MRS. FINE INSTALLED BY MIAMI AJC WOMEN SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY CHEST! November 12-29 Mrs. Joseph M. Fine was installed as president of the Miami chapter, Women's division of the American Jewish Congress at a membership brunch Wednesday at Beth David. Others installed were Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, Mrs. Charles Belanoff, Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, vice presidents; Mrs. Morris M. Weinberg, recording secretary; Mrs. Sidney Alterman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Isidore Fine, financial secretary, and Mrs. Joseph Bass, treasurer. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, honorary president of the Miami Beach chapter and sponsor of the Miami chapter, was guest speaker. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WANTED TWO VETERANS College Background, Business ExI perience. Panel Truck plus Small Capital, for Legitimate Sound Proposition. P. O. Box 104, Miami Basketball Tourney Slated By Beach Y Registration for the Beach Y intramural basketball to ment is open. Randy Polansky, activities director, announces. Teams signed up so far are the Royal Palm, Poinciana and Flamingo chapters of AZA and the Brooklynites and South Beach Youth club. Date of the tourney will be announced shortly. *jD.iKpn ^SK ipv wn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslry 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 UN SERVICE SLATED A special United NationI vice will be held at Temple Emanu-El at 8 o'clock this I VI ning. Rabbi David Raab will preach on "Uniting the United Nations." Rabbi Raab has been elected to the Miami Beach Zionist district board of directors and the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission. Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities tor treatments of acute medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of i nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. Psy| chotherapy. Hydrotherapy and | Electric-Shock therapy scientific ally given. 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PAGE SIX fjenisl nvricifon %  ; i i %  i A ':!. •: Obituaries MRS. ANNA PEPPER. 65, wife of Abraham Pepper, vice president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox synagogue, died unexpectedly Friday night in a local hospital. A member of the Orthodox Congregation, Beth David and the Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Pepper came to Miami from Gainesville over 20 years ago and lived at 1274 S. W. Sixth st. Surviving, besides her husband, are f< uf sons. Dr. Max, Morns, Benjamin and Sidney, all of Miami: a brother, Sam Erenkrantz. of Providence, R. I., and five sisters, Mrs. Dora Sofrenko, Mrs. Jennie Sentleita and Mrs. Jessie \\'i intraub, all of Jacksonville; Mrs. Lena Segal, Orlando, and Mrs. Rose Grossman, Gainesville. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Ahern Funeral home with Rabbis Mur-i ray Grauer, Max Shapne. Moses Mescheloff and Simon April and the Rev. Maurice Mamches officiating. Burial was in the family plot in Woodlawn park cemetery, directed by Gordon Funeral home JSSB Seeks Home For Woman and Young Son It isn't only the veteran who's going homeless these days. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, president of the Jewish Socia Service bureau, sought the help of The Jewish Floridian this w< h in finding living accommodations for a woman and her 6-year-old son who have been sleeping in bus stations lately. The pair, who have bee:. In ( Miami for almost a year, had bei n sleeping in a hotel one night, a rooming house the next, until prices became prohibitive. The woman is unable to go t" WOrk because their is no place to leave her child. Mrs. Meyi rs sent out an appea for "minimum decent physica surroundings" for the two. The child will be placed in a nursery when a permanent residenct is found, she said. The bureau is also seeking rooms to rent for refugee clients. BJE Trains Teachers For Religious Schools ORLANSKY Vlirahitin I. orlansky, 86, died Tues'!•'> .ii hoim. i 108 > u sixth M Mi hi re n on Ne l*oi k .in 12 mi men and .i:i member uf the Ji H i-h •! Ihodox i 'oiiRn Ration Hi %  live* ins H If-'. Mila. i i irlansk) lwi ilu iKhti I -. Mi Rune Hers nd lilmlvM Trneger, and i son, 1 i in. nil i.r Miami, Services wi In Id in Hi.Palmer ch ipel, Ith .:i -Ml \i I i ii.-i.-i > MlI'.-i. 58, died SaturS, W Second '.' >• i: aau fl-iml Surviving are three ean Stotland, Mrs nii.-ii WolWOLPER Sarah H'o • ved h %  ; %  Id, Maw %  Mrs Piphman and Mr. Tlllle 1 %  H, Max and Sidney i. all i.:* Mi.tun Servl en In SwinK n arranged by Palmer Pun. %  -i BERENBERG Hen lu rg-, 62, \ lultor from Mimii mil i, Minn dh .1 I-': Ida) II. %  Ji ffi i i. ave, Mi..in Burvlved bj inwlfi • H berg; Hi'". • -"iilirei daughter*, one • %  whom, '' %  Hi M .III.I. liven HI Mlam The hod) ;i--Hi lu Minn.the Klvi nidi Memorial i Kervlcei and burial. TUPLER %  foi Harry Till. H iturdaj nigh) at hit Weal lllli HI Mi.,,,, Iteach Me %  • %  da; H Ith burial ii N metery. Mr. Tuplcr, who % %  Miami from ('hie-ago thre a .. retired hardwari %  I'hli ..c.. and fi a lime ml ( the Pad.county i.rli-. : il id thi UPA M. ... •' • Ma mil ..i.i. thi i: nth and 7. isi~ ... Am. Ife, K.uini.-. he I. iven Jennnette and Kvlvla n Uonard. all of Miami "aeh: Infather, Samuel, and a in.. I.-.II, .., ''' i %  • hi i an ufi bited •• Ices, Sunday School and Hebrew school teacl er training is being conducted by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Abraham P, Cannes, executive director, said this week. T e Sunday School teachi r training institute, now in its sec ond year will: an enrollmei I o 12 young people, meets eacl Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. ii the offices of the bureau Pel %  n* 17 years old Or mole an eligible to register. J. Stadlin is instructor for thi Hebrew teachers training group which is meeting temporarily a: he Miami Beach Jewish Centei rom 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. each Tuesay. The course is limited to stuwho have an advanced knowledge ,,: Hebrew. Registration may be made al he BJE offices in the Congress building. Hi BLUMBERG Morris lllumberg, :.:.. 0 f ; :; „ ,.,.„„. 'vanli. "V died Mondai A ,-.-. •„.•;•' : % %  %  here three yean 1 % •". N V M. wan ., %  '' % %  ; • World Wni Sui vlvlns are hi* wife, M r. Ella Blum. *>' • Kred and Robert "d Jlx brother, Th. bod) •, %  J %  %  ''J Kheralde Memorial na m -.,,.. .,..,, ,. LIEBERMAN 13, ... 1240 Ocean Ml"'" 1 • I M Im II. ".',,. N'eW V.„k I a in Moil ;. • RIV. i, MI irvived b) 1,1wife. %  • i man Temple Beth Sholom To Have Nursery School Federation Committee Hears Budget Requests Morning nur.-ery school classes are being planned by Temple Beth Sholl m, it was announced this week. Classes for children from threi and one half to five years will be taught by Bess Goner from 9 a. m. to noun five days a wiek at the Temple. Mrs. Allen Becker is chairman of the nursery school which is a project of the Sisterhoed. The school will be under the >'l"i vision i f a Miami Beach pediatrician to insure hygienicconditions. Tiansp. rtation nay be aria: ged. SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY CHEST! LEGAL NOTICES IN II.INTV .11 |.I;I:S COURT I'.ni. t'ounty, Florida .'•'. '• "I SAMIKI, U (IBS. I .1.. ll.T.-i M.I Hi: OK INTKNTION in M IVR -Mi'i.i.'v n..\ P,,,: i-i.wi, idsiii \I:I;I-: N V r ",T : ls HRKBMY I1IVEN that •',".", '"' %  • %  K-harte aa Ad'• %  •• eatat. of Samuel ; ",,'"', ''• %  '••' > %  and that on ..'•' v *• b 148. win .;;; %  ..! ; .f -.,., fl „, u .,.' Max Kroloff, member of the national executive committee 11 the Joint Defense Appeal, and : Harry Shapiro, representative of the B'nai B'rith Wider Scope program, arc scheduled to appeal before the Greater Miami Jewish Federation budget committee Monday evening. The committee, headed by Herbert Scher, completed its study of the Bureau of Jewish Education'? budget last Monday evening and also heard requests from the 'American Jewish Conference. American Biro-Bidjan committee Torah Umesorah, Jewish Laboi i'i nimittee and the Jewish Pub, liction Society of America. i Dr. Louis Sadoff and Mr. Dubenov of Miami represented the Jewish Labor committee. The budget committee will present its recommendations for allocations to the Federation board of directors in December. Beach Y Youth to Hold Post-Hallowe'en Dance 1946 : %  %  I-.-.I Tlii:!•!, ,i, ,,i MAX i: Sll!v ER lBN,,K I:,;SNI:I: ,.. >'.''! '. ','; ^rtmlnlatratrlx A post-Halowe'en dance will be held by the Beach Y's youth council Sunday evening, Nov. 3. Refreshments and an orchestra are promised. Dances are held weekly by the council. GIVE ONCE FOR ALLI COMMUNITY CHEST! THANKS ""if *• %  I am sincerely grateful for your support and vote in the primary election. Thanks, Folks. I. D. "D0U3." MacVicar (Paid PollUca) Adv.) %  "a.rni;*S ; ""sored M, "S Cment of Miss C^S >' % %  the Beaux A-?*l P^eeds of ,he CW JJ he P support orpha^ childr.Ti in Palestine. ^ z r ars : he -ft? more than ..illy. in 8 Mrs. Weitfti A '"dames DaiJ!j ( S Block. RohatV .' %  %  ^'1. Rose Jfcl,,^, c %  1-BraunandEJu man. • the affair („Won ,, by the board of did "t t < %  ; ..mc of Mrs. CouU S^ W. Eighth ct. oO*m METHODISTS TURN OVER CHURCH TO JEWISH CENTER ORGANIZATION II..:i,.ii. Richardson, lay leader of Simpson Methodist Church. whose building was turned 1 ver rent freeto the newlv organized Fort Greene Jewiah Center. Brooklyn. N.Y., is shown opening the church door for Philip Schechtman. president of the Fort Greene Center. In a sunn of interfaith amity, the Methodists turned over the church to the 1 Jewish Center, formerly housed in a three-storv residence, for a period of three years rent free. L( ft to right: Isaiah Cash, chairman of the educational committeeof the' Fort Greene Jewish Center: Mr. Richardson; Mr. Schechtman: Mrs. Sophia Lauterbach, representative of the Metropolitan Section %  I tne National Jewish Welfare board, which was instrumental in locating the building as well as in helping the Center in its programming: Rev. Harry B. Belcher, >upenntendent of the Brooklyn and Long Island Church Society of the Methodist Church, a trustee BSencv: and Mrs. I. Schachne. chairman of the Women's Auxiliary of the Fort Greene Jewish Center. IS thvbtSl' J VOUNG BUSINESS Ml* j RespecUbl*, year.roun desires MNGLE rfbov ,, Jew. 5 H home that ha! „\_ roomers References e>ctul RD. 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£,'-** ., /.^CB^gsr v^as?w^!3W^|g?*gj&^S;*-' %  I **VS-*<-'*-*•,'*' )IR TO PRESENT CONCERT NEXT WEEK V *ii JCRS to Hold Meeting. Emphasize Local Work To start its second year, the Miami chapter ol the Consumi lives' Relief society W ,H hold an o,xn meeting ;',< %  social at 8 p. m Tuesday at the Caribbean hotel. Mrs. Rose' Will preside. Plans for the annual dance, to M held at the Cadillac hotel Nov. '•> will be outlined. William Levine, vi dent, and h are events The organizatii n has adopted %  v policy of concentrating its work locally before supporting projects outside oi the ana. How%  n will continue contributing to nati nal JCRS work in Denver. %  vice presiMrs. I.e. Gainsborarranging the two Malakoff Joins Staff Of Jewish Federation Milton S. Malakoff, former director of public information of the National Jewish Welfare board in-New York, has joined the staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Malakoff founded the first AngloJewish weekly news paper in Miami, the Jewish Digest, which was published during 1926. A native ol M. S. Malakoff iThe concert, sponsored by the Musicians Club of America. P 'V Chairmen Are Appointed For Zionist Conclave n f0 lk melodies as well as religious scores will be Jh, ;ild tubercu-|has been engagedta^ubE^ei.! d b y members of the Westminster Choir when they a Prt-wta, .specially needy tions, editorial and advertising -t the White Temple auditorium at 8:30 p.m. Wednes n es ; at •* ck ?" Memorial hoswork for more than 20 years. They are proGraduate of the University of Printing Singer, the Seattle Jewish Transcript and editor of the New York Jewish cted by John Finley Williamson, the_ choir will sing a Rabbi Lazaron Retires Harold Shapiro, chairman of the ninth annual conference of the Southeastern Zionist region, appointed convention chairmen this week in preparation for the mid-November conclave to be held at the Beach. Highlight of the convention will be a banquet at the Fleetwood hotel Nov. 18 with Dr. Israel Goldstein, past president of the ZOA, as principal speaker. Matthew Silverstein is banquet chairman. Other convention workers are Ed Levin, transportation chairman; S. A. Goodman and Abraham Gannes, youth; Oscar Lelchuk, advertising; Ed Singer and Alex Van Straaten, entertainment; Max Meisel and Lelchuk, J funds for the colony for retired musicians which will u'l B,bl hments and Washington, he was founder of Jed |n Miami. The concert is under the Ruth Brotman tions. Tribune. He has been associated with the Jewish Telegraphic r ol songs that run the gamut from Bach's "The Spirit BALTIMORE (JTA)-The BalAgency' and "tta New YoT Fel H. K.plan. religi iHelpeth Us" to the entertaining American Street Cries, timore Hebrew Congregation has eration and operated a public reard Geor

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. 1 t i I • 1 %  t %  1 • 1 } 1 i IK >' f %  BINGO PARTY AIDS ASTHMATIC CHILDREN To increase its membership fund for underprivileged asthmatic children, Greater Miami chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children will hold a bingo party at 8:30 p.m. Monday in the auditorium of the National hotel, 1677 Collins ave. Mrs. Alex Subernran and Mis. Harry Weiss are in charge of the affair. Mrs. Irving Miller, president, is calling a board meeting for 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Royal Palm hotel. Directors will discuss the ad book for raising funds to purchase a station wagon for the Home in Denver and the membership tea to be held Nov. 5 al thi Blackstone hotel. Mrs. Sam Leschel is chairman of that evi nl Brunch will be served to the board promptly at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. Hostesses will be the Mcsdames Abe Pollack. Herman Wronker, Isadore Tannen, Larry Siegel, I A. Goldmann, Alfred Greenwald, Rose Goudiss and Rose Stcinhouscr. u V^.L T Bai* $2 000.000 Toward $4,000,000 National C:: P X k fir p"rn $ Mediea. S choo. at Hbr.w Utility Miami Y Dramatics To Begin Monday nation of volunw '.•"Athene.??"*! Mtruction and ?i l**\ a '"1 1 'keynote, RH war triennial convent! 1 *l National Ccuncil7Si3 ,,n ,' be hold from £ >' in Dallas, Tex. 3 M twn will be Mrs. N„7 9 I hams. p resideWi UJ Stanley C. Myers. For the tint time In H | Council will m a ke an ^ the convention to th T* woman [„ this *1 made the most notable ."11 tion to human ...„. 5^1 Dramatics classes for children will begin at the Miami V Mon clay afternoon under the supervision of Miss Alberta P>. new dramatics counsellor. A graduate of the University of Miami. Miss Bergh is assistant to Fred Koeh, jr., head of the university's drama department. Dramatics instruction will be offered each Monday and Wednesday afternoon as part of the Y's youth activities. Other courses are dancing, at 3 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and arts and crafts, 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Declaring that a Palestine Medical School Campaign IH an "urgent necessity," Judge Simon EL Rifkiml, former Advisor on Jewish Affairs to General;Eisenhower, launched the New York campaign f the Medical School for Palestine which *eek to raise half of the $4,000,000 national quota now being sought by the American Friends of the Hebrew University and Hadassah. (left to right) Mrs. David de Sola Pool, associate N. Y. chairman; Judge Rifkind, U. S. District Court; Col. Frederick F. Greenman, chairman, Y Y. campaign; and Col. Harold Riegelman and Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn,national co-chairmoa. Asks Greater Support For Hadassah Work Beth Tfilah Services Myers Addresses Regional CJFWF Parley Stanley C. My< rs ol Miami, national president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, was one of the principal speakers at the southwestern states regional conference of the CJFWF Oct. 12 and 13 in S revej La. Myers stressed the necessitj ol local communities cooperal g as member agencies of the council to solve their mutual problems. Services at Bith Tfilah are scheduled for 5:30 p.m. this evening and 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Joseph E. Rackovsky will conduct the Shabbos Rosh Chodesh services and will speak on "A Haven of Safety in a World of Chaos." Mincha will be held at 4:30 p. in. Saturday and will be followed Aids Child Rescue Work TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Rabbi Leon Kronish will pleach on "Do Jews Believe in the Messiah" at Temple Beth, Sholorr. this evening in commoration of United Nations 1 week. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, Elliot Simons will bee me Bai Mitzva during services Saturday morning at 10:45 a.m. Increased strength in Hadassah to carry on th( progi a n of rescuing destitute Jews from Eun pe was urged by Mrs. I. D. Shapiro, Southeastern regional president, at a meeting of the t wn group Moi day, Miss Elsa Ti mple, social worker who lived in Palestine for Id by Shalos Sudos. years, desci ibi d the spii it of the people in the Holy Land. Committee reports were made by Mrs. Tina Kotkin, chairman of membership; Mrs. Moe Feingold, y utli alryah (child welfare): Mrs. David Sernaker, Hadassah 1 i rganization; Mrs. Harold Cohen, Jewish National Fund: Mrs. Joel Belov, American affairs: Mrs. Victor Mell, trees: MrFrank Kline, publicity, Mrs. Ben Essen, Miami chairman of the sos drive to collect food and clothing for Eun peans, made an appeal for Had.: cooperation. Mrs. Victor Mell is in charge of donations from the organization. Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Ills. W. A substantial contribution to the Child Rescue fund was made by L. Bloch at a buffet dinner given by the Pioneer Women's Organization, club number one. al tl e hi me of Mr. and Mrs. Joel /.alls Sunday evening. Mrs. Pearl Raidman, chairman of the fui d, was hostess. • 30th id., will be hostess to the board of directos Monday afternoon. Mrs. Joseph Carp will pn ide. COLLEGE GIRL PERMANENT RESIDENT Denres to Share Apartment or Room with Refined Young Woman or Room with Private Family. Will Furnish Reference!. WRITE MISS CLARE P. O. Box 2973, Miami WANTED By Middle-Aged Man, Position ai Cashier in Theatre. Restaurant or Hotel or Office Assistant. Can Furnish Bond and Refer, ences. Telephone 3-8171. I. POMRANZ MEN'S SLACKS DIRECT FACTORY PRICES: lOO'l Virgin Wool Gabardines and featherweight doeskins. ALL colors and sizes, guaranteed $22 $; value. OUR PRICE $14.50. Tropical worsteds $10. (KOHINOOR" (Nationally Famous) Tropical Slacks, $8.70. Black Tux and Waiters" pants, $8.75. 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MIAMI CONGREGATION TO ELECT OFFICERS Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will elect officers Nov. 4 at the Biscayne Temple, 120 N.W. 15th ave. A nominating committee was appointed last night to select candidates. Members of the executive board met last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner, 3020 S.W. Fourth ave, von to human welfare feT :s h ^ a."— ^ \ The enclave-loth eor,vJ m 1893-wiU be attended Tl more than 400 delegatesU? •enting 65.000 members ^' Th< local section wiU hold ki opining luncheon today ,,£1 Rite Plaza hotel. A K lf£\ discussion on the United NjZI will be conducted by Dr AcdZI W. Gott chalL Rabbi IrvuifTZI man and the Rev. Paul N.Jeid MJGUST BROS aw TO SERVE ON FORUM Rabbi living Lehrman will participate in a forum on the theme, "The Price of Enduring Peace,'" at the World Community Day luncheon at 12:15 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1. in the Miami Woman's club. 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, ocTOBER^lQ^ PLAIN TALK .FHOM ALFRED SEGAL *Jml$tiflcrkMaii PAGE WINE WORKING ON SATURDAY 1 M. Cohen (he's the honorary president ot the na'* %  Br ith) tells me he has been watching the want ad LZ the daily press hopefully. j le r another advertisement specifies that the job is on DETROIT COUPLE SEEKr RUNAWAY SON HERE )ne %  ? we ek, which generally means Saturday oft. IM Cohen foresees the time—as he well may when the "j holiday will be universal. Then what excuse will he for not being observers of their Sabbath? No excuse %  nrt Mr Cohen's rapt eyes envisage lews jam-packing tynagocjues on the Sabbath. Believed to be in Miami, 15year-old Seymour Ralph Stark, who left his Detroit home Sept. 23, is being sought by his parents. He is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, weighs v that Mr. Cohen, ; lz y ing at his bright aware of on, aWare ,, %  Will ., g he wonders: Will When t tey have Saturday .universal consent, observe should tell you something j h0 v .„v Mr. Cohen himrith the Sabbath. He £ misses being in the synaL of which he has been a Bhcr more than 60 years. He guest on the altar in ferena to his many years and faithful service. i should add that he is a t religious worship on Sun' Next door to Mr. Cohen's stands a Presbyterian \ is life Mr. Cohen inK ( l i rches for the broth(lood of •' What more sig_ fccant wa> of being brotherly atten g the neighbor's irch? S Mr. Cohen is at his ksbyteriai neighbor's services ery Sum For a number of years he has en the gui >' o{ honor at the nual dim r of this church and given his benediction. io you see, Mr. Cohen's hope a universal Sabbath observ}ce amonn Jews is well based the fine example of his peroal devotion. He has been bubled on account of the Jewwho in their own obedience to the hse urch. merchant keep his place open on (Nowadays it is rare to sign on a window: "Clost I on account of the Jewish Sabbath. I have been reading the lament of rabbis in a certain city in which Jewish establishn kept open even on the recent Saturday that was Yom Kippur; though the rabbis had admonished the business men to close up at least on that Saturday.) On account of all that, ful Mr. Cohen was exulting in the five-day week as observed in the help wanted ads. He could hope that Jews released from the I 01 doge of economic facts would return to the synagogue on the Sabbath. (In the temple the Sabbath congregations consist mainly of elderly ladies who have come to say Kaddish for their dead: in the orthodox synagoguetl e Sabbath congregations are mostly elderly men who no longer have any urgent business to summon them from their Sabbath devotions.) Well, I muse, maybe the fiveday week will bring us around to the synagogue on the Sabbath. There will be no excuse for staying away and then Israel may pack the synagogue on the Sabbath even as he does on Yom Kippur. Israel back at its ancient devotions after all the negliORTHODOX: CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301 311 Washington ave., Miami Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D. Feder. BETH TFILAH SYNAGOGUE, 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th ave., Miami, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Rev. Maurice Mamches. REFORM: TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami; Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. CONSERVATIVE: CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Cantor Abraham Friedman. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel Sloan, executive director. LIBERAL: TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach; Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. 1(50 pountls, has black wavy hair, brown eyes and a half-inch, shaped scar on his forehead ovi r his right eye. Anyone knowing information whereabouts is asked to notify his father. Hy';'. 16 H /• Iwood, Detroit, •;. Mich. dent; Leonard A. Wien and Alvin Cassell, vice presidents; Amid P. Rosen, secretary; Joseph M. Lipton, financial secretary and Maurice Cromer, treasurer. Alumni directors are Bill Jordon. Dr. Max Pepper, Henry Hohouser, Ely R. Katz, Alvin C. Richter, Bernard Wall, Richard E. Lear, Irving Cypen, Edward i. Lovitz and Arnold Rubin. E. Max Goldstein is delegate to Florida chapters. YPL To Meet Monday Young Peoples league of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold an open meeting at 8:30 p.m. Monday in the Center. gent years when he simply had ""ir'VwLfcT'aljblltO be at his work on Saturday! they Bet in their Sab... ;, (Mama, admonished by Israels example in th e synagogue, will put off her shopping to another day.) But only the other day I was speaking to a Methodist minister in our lown. He was awfully discouraged with Sunday attendance in his church. There was always the same handful, though he had been trying his best to bring people to church. I had been telling him how hard it is to get Jews to the synagogue on Saturday. "But Saturday is a work-day nd Jews have to stick to their i Bering Mh schools. the Sabbath school a child arns h, should honor the Sabsinci it is holy. Its holiis established in the Ten lomman di nts. But at home he learns somehing else. On the Sabbath his ha; perforce gone to his fork. His mother has gone ut her snopping and, may:n the afternoon she has a Ibri.lge game. There is no Sab|batr. in the child's house. I If he is fairly bright, the child hay wonder: What's his SabPI LAM TO INSTALL LOCAL CHAPTER Ten students will be initiated into Pi Lambda Phi when the ft at< rnity installs Omega Eta, its University of Miami chapter, at 3 p.m. tomorrow in ceremonies at the Roney Plaza hotel. William N. Milniker of New York, national council president, will officiate. A banquet will be held in the Imperial room at (i p.m. Those who will be initiated are Norton S. Pallot, president; Paul S. Furman, vice president; Melvin Green, secretary; Stanley Seher. treasurer, and Stanley Brown, Robert Bronner, Jack Courshon, I. Frank Davis, I. E. Getzug and Richard Zion The local chapter of alumni, which received its charter in April, has 100 members and is headed by Paul H. Marks, presiBeach Youth Center To Open With Dance MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor Trustworthy Real Estata Service 606 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5861 A Hallowe'en dance for senior high school students will officially open the Miami Beach Youth enter, Washington ave. and Dade blvd., at 8 p.m. tomorrow. Junior high school students will have a dance at the center next Saturday evening, accordinn to Esther H. Cohen, chairman of the arrangements committe. Joe Danyer, senior at Miami Be ach High school, is president. Each Beach school will choose a vice president. Winner of 4he contest to name the center will be announced at the affair tomorrow evening. :;:/ :, • '' : C ,ing WOrt ^ an £ .jobs on that day." he said. The SlElS? *?2L\l some excuse. But what excuse is there for a Christian not being in church on Sunday, his day of the pas it any relationship to palities of lift ? The child may not put it in N these words. He may expss it in disdain for all the phing he ^ete from his religFB K* ol. To a child a moral P r : idling is valid in foportion „ he sees it practiced p his elders Mr. c sn 't quarreling with pe child', tather for being at f %  ;..bath. He knows Vt awful pressure that's in eeoPJiic facts and in this new world F> m the e limes it has become |st imp ssible for Jews to be pDbatn observers, [^employer requires that the £, W()lk 'i' he on his job on "' (li,v as on any other day. emands of competitive busiE*;" require that paturdav the Jewish Sound-Stable—Vigorou. 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PAGE TEN PJewistifkridliar : ( 1 i) '* : 1' .;,: Plan Cancer Control Initial phases of a move to bring cancer under control in Dade county will be mapped at a state-wide meeting of the Florida division, American Cancer society, in Tampa Monday and Tuesday by Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, commander of the society's field army here. Commanders from all over the state will study practical applications of the latest methods of instructing the public in essential facts about cancer. Key leaders in the national fight on the disease will outline plans for their counties. Congress Women Ask State Action On KKK A request for the outlawing of the Ku Klux Klan in Florida was made this week by the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress, Mrs. Louis Glasser, president, announced. Gov. Millard Caldwell was asked to cooperate with the AJC commission on law and social action in ferreting the KKK. Nationally, AJC has asked governors and attorney generals ol 42 states to revoke KKK charters and Attorney General Tom (.'lark has been approached wil an ap peal for Suitable federal aelr n. DBG THEATER PARTY !YS Kenfuc7y, C GeS : £ DBG chapter, B'nai B'rith Jersey and Pennsylvania—have will hold a theater party at the taken action against the Klan Tower theater next Thursday and along lines advocated by the conFriday, according to Miss Sonya B ress Pallot. Tickets may be obtained I from the committee chairman. | GIVE TO THE Miss Murial Axlrod, or any other COMMUNITY CHEST DBG member. NOVEMBER 12-29 FRIDAY, 220*3 UNVEILING Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative Samuel Haunnan, New York mdutnali-t a ml philanthropist who hat iiti.iiiu'ii .niiii.iu.a l.a Women of B nai B nth met at s i r memorial hall Tuesday evening. Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the University of Florida has pledged Arthur Leibovit, Richard Ramus, David Aaron, Jack Ackerman and Elliot Argintar of West P.dm Beach. Temple Beth El held its anBaltimore, Md. nual picnic at Bethesda park Sunday. Mrs. Dezso Julius was general chairman. Ri En nts were served by the Sisti : Mrs. Chris Erin ston and daughter, Kathryn, 217 Almeria id.. are spending several weeks in Fay Cantor has replaced Mrs. Lillian Crystal as president of B'nai Stars. Mrs. Crystal announced her resignation at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. Melvin Fried. 1601 Florida ave. in I lie ieal expantion program, to which the fund; raiseil will !>e devOled, is the •• talili'limenl of another College of Liberal Artand Science! intended priuiu iil> fur returning serviieinen. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins & Wash. Avet. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. DnBD .1310 Telephone 5-1017 Jack Barash is in Germanswith the post exchange of the U. S. Army. His wife, Mrs. Emma The Stars will hold a games party tion will be State Legislator Bill Williams To Discuss UN Dr. Russell A. Williams will speak on the United Nations at the B'nai B'rith Sholem ledge luncheon at 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown club restaurant Revision of Florida's constitue d to attend. V **53 T, >'' unveil^. 0 f. "" """ time a t, K n ^l l the memory \Fg**?\3 granddaughter, &*31 cus, daughter', ft *fl K. arcus 19 l5McriX B a4 5| in" unve ed. Rah n a ^i ceremonies Arnm' ^ at u| !!'" M'ami Moment ln * !" !" built by Nathan Snokoff for Beth S f T^Tf"* J""" "" "'" B F] ,,,,,,.,,,, parents ol a daughter, born retl conjugation. ,. ( n) y a ^ ^^ S;m! in(;m Joe Gold, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kal n, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Lee and Mr. and Mrs. David Lee ati e Trades Mart Exposition in Tampa Tuesday and Wi Inesday, hospital. MJOC SERVICES Mrs. Harry Met?., 212 S. Sapidalla st., has returned from a month's vacation in New York. Monti eal, Canada, and Detroit. While away, she attended the wedding of her nephew, S. Limberger. Mr. and Mrs. Limbergei are -pending a few days in Miami and will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Crystal. 636 Datura St., on their return to West Palm Beach. LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM Services will be held at 5:30 p. m. today and 9 a.m. tomorrow at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con%  gregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer i announces. I Mincha will be at 5 p.m. Satur, day and will be followed by Sna! li s Sudos. | Registration for religious school ela-ses is still open. r ome> r7IOS.WI2u.AV.MUMH L.TBL 3-3431 U 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Mizell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Faville, Funeral Director! 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 W. Palm Beach, Fla. Pledges Name Officers Helta I')., Epsilon pledge class at Florida State College for Women has elected Barbara Firestone, president; Shirley Gersheim, vice president; Shirley £>hifke, secretary; Ann Schwartz, treasurer; Irma Schwartz, parliamentarian; Gloria Lichenstein, newspaper editor, and Arlene Solomon, program chairman. WE 0FFKUU.Y KHttSWT THE WJWBTY Of NMTNEJM JEWISH FUPOAl HOMES Information Gladly Fumahtd an ftcqurtt SWIM MIAMI BEACH ft MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director MEMORIAL CHAPE %  7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SEflVICE 123b Wellington Aw. Miami Beich THOS. H. BUAHS. JR. Funeral O'rectw ABE eiSe8EB0. rnuwrtf Ih. Mew fork: 76th St, and An.sterdaw A* LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Herring Palm Beach County, featuring rh. Nationally Famous Southern Dalriat I*., ducts and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONT. MM CstBAM Optometrist In Gables H.,en.ly rTieTsT-d from the £,[TV cal corps. Dr. Leonard Glickstein, optometrist has •"";V l,f "%  2203 Ponce de '. ;"'lvl. Coral Gables. He was 'Ptometnsl a) Pratt General %  l" s 1 '1 ^hile in the A, my Organization Mimeographing and Typ ewr i,i n g Service BOO Lincoln Road Bldg. Room 22 r 5-6798 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 yean In busL-.eas Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE MEMORIAL PARKS DIGNIFIED SINGLE GRAVES, FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Miami Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Beth J" b fcjr Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel mm For Further Information Phone 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL XIW m*mm %  •:



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m OCTOBER 25, 1946 Hween You and Me 9 V By BORIS SMOLAR ^J*wisMI>oridiat) PAGE ELEVEN Icopy" ght, 19 46 > Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. U. TALK: time this is published, 'Ttalks between the Z rnmer.t and the JewC will have been broken r n ow becomes more and Lous that Britain does Kto give the Jews anyf e than the "federalizaL t ion of establishing a £,e in Palestine is at Farther from solution [before • Some Zion, are therefore mapping btegy, especially with increased Jewish imI to Palestine ... As a [the atmosphere which during the informal teen the British repreI and the leaders of the eency, a suspicion exBritain was not sincere bffering its "federalizaT... The offer, it is belas'made only because government knew in fat neither the Jews nor I would accept it Ijegy behind the making fer was merely to prePalcstine issue from kore the United Nations (Assembly — by arguing atter is now under disthe parties directly with the Palestine I.. The Jewish Agency roncentrate a good deal pities around the United in Washington hey has purchased a 1 New York for its ofI will send from Pales|of the people who are led for diplomatic acESTIC SCENE: now that Soviet Rusning daily Yiddish [rams to the United bh broadcast lasting 45 |. There was quite a the seems in New I the order in which the 1 Jewish organizations ear under an invitation ption tendered to Dr. istein, adviser on Jewto the U.S. military |in Europe. The orwhich arranged the Included the American nference, the American nmittee, the Joint DisCommittce, the Jewish the World Jewish I • It was in this order (fficial news of the reM sent out, to the great pon of the World Jewess which objected to last. .. In memoran"r j£Sr.' dum submitted jointly by Jewish organizations to the Peace Conference in Paris, the World JewJewish Congress was listed first after similar bargaining. The Union of American Hebrew Congregations now has about 100,000 members, as compared to the 2,700 who joined the ranks of Reform Judaism seventy-three years ago when the Union was formed. An exhibition of Palestine industrial products, arts and crafts will open in New York in January 1947 and will tour the principal cities of the United States. • • • THE BRANDEIS WAY: The great role which Justice Louis D. Brandeis played in the Zionist movement and in securing the Balfour Declaration is revealed for the first time in all its details by Prof. Alpheus Thomas Mason in "Brandeis— A Free Man's Life," published by the Viking Press... This 700 page biography of the late Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court is the best analysis of his life ever written ... A close friend of Brandeis, Prof. Mason is able to tell of many phases of his life of which little or nothing was] known. For instance, we learn ] that Brandeis never attended, synagogue services or other re-, ligious observances. Also that | Brandeis' grandfather and great grandfather were devout Frankists, but that their wives remained orthodox. Also that the person who planted the seeds of sympathy for Zionism in the completely assimilated Brandeis was his uncle Lewis Naphtali Dembitz, whp^ in 1845 reverted to strict orthodoxy at the age of 13, after making acquaintance with an orthodox classmate at a boarding school in Prague. Not until 1910 did Brandeis come in contact with Jews as a group. He was then 54 years old. His effective interest in the Zionist movement started in 1912. From a list of gifts made by Brandeis between 1905 and 1939 we learn for the first time that he contributed about $615,000 to Jewish charities and Zionism during that period. Up till 1913 his contributions for Jewish causes did not exceed $200 a year. Later they ran in the tens of thousands of dollars each year. And in 1937 they exceeded $77,000 as compared with $62,000 in the previous year ... The volume relates in great detail how Brendeis met with Balfour shortly before the issuance of the Balfour Declaration and how he was active in Washington in securing American approval of what became the Balfour Declaration and the British mandate for Palestine. It also goes into great length in describing the feud between Brandeis and Weizman. Congress Charges N. Y. News With Bias WASHINGTON. (JTA) The oriBhTal h V Sed %  "•&* %  of its origins charges recently that the New York "Daily News" has I been prejudiced in its handling of news about Jews and NSSH I'cias of the "Daily News" anW ^ the end of a four-dav hearing before the Federal Com munitions Commission on the newspaper's application for a {Hquercv modulation radio sta: taSri \ 3( i an;,lvsis a more detailed and corrected study of charges originally introduced a InTZV" Nt W York is based on a comparison of news items anneannc in the "Daily News" mth similar items Drifted in four fiZ X 6W X* DUDels The conw K I, censo on wounds of newspaper. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dadc Courtly, Florida RE ESTATE OF MARY UVWLER, A K A MARY LAW LOR and MART A. LAWLER. l> t&Sed. NoTIO: OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL, DIS< CHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have riled imr final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator of the estate of MARY LAWLKli. A/K/A MARY LAWUIR and MARY A. 1.AWI.F.!:. deceased: and Hint on the 1Mb day of November. 1948. will apply to the Honorable W. P. Blanton, County Judge of Dade county. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of MARY LAWLER, A/K/A MARY LAWI.oR and MARY A. LAWLER. deceased. 'I'liiMill dav of October. 1 ft 1. ,, ,. MAX R. SILVER MAX R SILVER. Attorney for Ancillary Administrator. IO/lg-25 li ifpi. M IRVING BCHWAM WILLIAM P I Afl!( S ,T* UaU8T Attorney for Applicants. l-l i i ongress lildg. I" 25 II 1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sun Ray Sportswear Manufacturing Company at 2163 N.W. Seventh ave., Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude Countv, Florida. IRVING RH'.NKERG HARRY MILDNER NATHAN LABER partners LESTER LASKY Attorney for Applicants 1105 Congress bldg. 10 1-11-18-26 11/1 NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that '" %  undersigned, desiring i„ engai ori! v l "!"1 % %  1230 f) ""<'. Mlare, Reach. Florida. to register said name with the Clerk KlorUta. : '"" ; 1 '" '" '''"'' Coont >'GEORGE OOLDBERO SYLVIA GOLDBERG MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Appll 10/25 11/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ens. ness under Hie fictitious nai PLAYDIUM BOWLING RANKS. at S7J7 S. w. 8th Street, Coral Gables, Florida. Intends to reglstei said name with the Clerk -if the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida ESTILL E, SPARKS. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 10/25 11/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fietltloui name of WAYSIDE GARDENS, at ::ith A • %  and Coral Way, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. SALLY SCHATZ, Soi.Owni HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Appl cant. Congress Rldg. 10/23 11 1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai thundersigned, desiring I • engage In I %  s under the fictitious name oi SOUTHERN HARDWARE & PAINT SUPPLY, :i' I3S N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Fla Intend to reglstei Bald name with thi Clerk of the Clrcmi rtiurt of Dade County, Florida, SAM GREENSPAN MILTON s'Ai'lls THEODORE l SAKOWITZ, Attorney for Applicants. 10/25 11 1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to enga business under the ricUttous name o ORGANIZATION MIMEOGRAPHING ^TYPEWRITING SERVICE at 600 Lincoln Rd, Bldg., Room 12, Mian I Beach Intel Is b register sad name with the Clerk ot the Clrouli < ourt f DBde ^""'c'lCLU TRAURIQ. Sole owner. 1/3 ECONOMY ^TERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE <3 O N T R O L pgju grantee Free Inspection pQQBRAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER .. 5-3444 ^eet and Prcririo Ave. Micani Bach NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ewwe '; business u, r "'V.'I';'''"."'" "T'Y'RI LEGAL STENOGRAPHU fi Tl I BWRTING SERVICE at 600 Lincoln Rd Bldg Room 22, Miami Beach ln;. %  ;„,.' ,„ Ulster said name with the Clerk "f the Oircult Court of Paae CoUntyi """JjBJA TRAURIO, Sole owner. 10/12-25 11/1-8 NOTI'i: I-* HKItKliV UIVEN that the undesigned, desiring to engage in inVsi^U .yWer -;;e fu :in,:,s minw. nxk'KR P.liMRlN 1 A iii.iii.^.' CO at 4326 N. W %  ••' Court. Miami, FU" Intends to register said name ;^,i Z ';,...,, of the Oircult Court or Dads County, fffifom g 7 I0/4-11-U-2S TRULY KOLEH. Prwldtml IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT C Dade County. Florid. ^ A K A BESSIE DEZAR ''.'.""CIVTI.'\'TIIIN' TO MAKE X, ;VrU.'AT'''N ^' t VlNAL l-IS£r?TlCE E is hereby given that I have Final W""J?Vu!teofBUZABETH Istratorol \\.<:>' ,<~IK DEZARA, DEZARA. A K A l' %  • -,. 1M1 ,, av dacMMd: •* .Sjff 1 Sm apply to th ,, November. ltM. ,„„'„',, Cou „ty Honorable w. Florida. '<>* •pproval •' J \ncillaVv AdminlsMLI.'AK A"R,:S-SIL I^ARA. AdmlnUtrawr. 10/11-31 H/1-1 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of sTAIII.-FRKKMAN GROCERY at IT!") N, W. J7th Ave., Miami, Fla.. illlend t,, register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JULIUS I. FREEMAN, CHARLES K. STAHL. Partners. HARRY DIETZ, Atorney for Applicants Congress Bldg. 10/18-25 n 1-8-15 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VBBOTTS al 306(1 S.W. 37th Avenue. Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LAWRENCE A. BECK WILLIAM B. SWIMMER MURRAY A. BECK BURNETT ROTH V -Ti) for Applicants 10/4-11-18-25 11/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage Inesr under the fictitious name of Itlscayne Venetian Blind Comit 6201 N. W". 22nd Ave., Miami, I'la. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of had, County. SAMUEL 1". FLOOD. JR.. Sole Owner. 1-13-25 11:1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in -s under the fictitious name of Plastirseal Co.. not inc. at Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY A. STEIN ISAM" .IOFFE Attorney for Applicant in 1 11-18-25 11/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of REGAL HOTEL at 615 Fifth St.. Miami Beach, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY NORSTEIN. L< -see and Operator. HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress bldg. Miami. Florida 10 1-11-18-25 11/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Tiopical Sales Set vice at 2024 S.W. •'1st Street. Miami. 3.".. Fla.. Intends t,. register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, n "'" la ROBERT W. COOK' Sole Owner 10:11-18-25 11:1 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SINCLAIR HOTEL, at 507 Espanola Way Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to reelster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, "'"""'''''•LAWRENCE TAST.OR. Lessee and Operator HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant. Congress Bldg. '< 21 10/4-11-18-1S IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County, Florida No. 16S70 Re: Estate of FRKD D. PARLIN, deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL D1SCHARGB NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Executor of the estate of FRED il PARLIN, deceased: and that on the lsth day of November, 1946. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Executor of the estate of FRED L. PARLIN, deceased. This 15th day of October, 1946. HUGH P. HEMIS. Ancillary Executor of the Estate of MAX R. SILVER. 1 Pa^ n • ecea8ei1 lO/l"?''"'*' f r Ant ,llar y Executor. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ?x.?l ne !?*. u m,er ,ne Hltlous name of nV > ',y, l P>y AI LAUNDRY SERVICE u£ SP*!?' fV *'"• S w 8th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register naid name with the Clerk of the Clrult Court of Dado County, Florida. t,r,x, ~.. M ; ANUBL BURSTEIN VON ZAMFT & SIMON, K/27 1 'rd/T-^il-[s-25 M ln UCl Burs,eln NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In busl?.?? r !" S'U! er ~ the fictitious name of • II KF FROZEN PRODUCTS, at 1101 N W 22nd Street, Miami. Florida, and Intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BEN LEVIN, SHIRLEY LEVIN, CHARLES BROMER, Sole Owners. GEORGE CIIERTKOF. Attorney for Applicants. 9/27 10/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of LABELLE APARTMENTS, at 1195 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach. Florida, and Intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado Countv, Florida. LAWRENCE HOFFMAN MINNIE HOFFMAN Sole Owners. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney for Applicants. 9/27 10/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREEY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirinr to engage in business under the fictitious name of L & H RESTAURANT, at 237 14th Street. Miami Beach. Dade County. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida, LOUIS L. SCHAFFER HARRY JACOBS MILLER & PODELL Attorneys for Applicants 10/4-11-18-25 11/4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, r".eslring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Light-Crafters at 1747-49 S. W. 8th Street, Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON KIRSCH, MEYER COHEN. RALPH KIRSCH, Partners. HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant Congress P.ldg. 10:11-18-25: 11:1-8 NOTICE TO CRF.DITORS 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 Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of PATRICK DIAMOND, deceased, late of Philadelphia County. Pa., to the Hon. W. !• %  BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date September SO, A.D. 1946. SEYMOUR J. SIMON As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of PATRICK DIAMOND. Deceased. SEYMOUR J. SIMON Attorney for Ancillary Administrator First publication on Friday. October 4. 1946. 10/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or 1 v I. FRIEDI.ER CO. not Inc.. at %  too American National Bank Building Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dnde Countv. Florida. JACK FRIEDI.ER IRVING FRIEDLER BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Applicants 10 I 11-18-25 11'1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned riesiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of \ & H Jobbing Co.. Hermitage Hotel, at 420 N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida intends to register said name with The Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. „ ERMAN scHLUSSEL. Sole Owner. A ^r L n?y T for R A*H Jobbing Co. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 10/4-11-11-25 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 42778 NOTICE 16 HEREBY GIVEN that GAY KORNICK, holder as assignee of City of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 5278. dated the 1st day of June, A.D. 1942, has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: Lot 1, Block 2. Harwood Second Addition to Riverside Farms. Plat Book 4. Page 29, In the City of Miami, County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate issued was in the name of UNKNOWN. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 23rd day of October, A.D. 1946. Dated this 18th day of September, A.D. 1946. (Circuit Court Seal) E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. By BETHENIA W. BRYAN. 9 20-27 10/4-11-11 r 'j m: I! ;1, 1 • ; J i %  1 H 1 5 I it



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ifci PAGE TWELVE >JmlstncrlMain % %  I '• i t' %  Pi lii i i i • !.! Five Bond Issues Up For Dade OK Nov 5th Freeholders on Nov. 5 will have an opportunity to decide if Dade county will meet the demands of a rapidly growing community and prepare for the future by favoring the county s 5V 050,000 bond campaign in tne general election. Five bond issues will be pre sented to the property owner They include $2,000,000 for U aquarium; $1,250,000 for a modern auditorium; $500,000 to complete the central unit of tin ocean-front park north of Bak< r Haulover; $200,000 for a storage warehouse, and $100,000 lor d< velopment of the county park east of Homestead on Biscayn. Bay. The county parks department, which is conducting the campaign to get out the vote, has warned that a majority of the freeholders, or 50 per cent of those regis tered, plus one vote, must participate in each of the five issue! A majority voting must favor eacl issue for its ratification. The bond issues will appear on the upper part of the voting macl ines, next to the six state constitutional amendments and above the names of the Democratic and Republican nominees. Hollywood To Launch SOS Drive Next Month (Special t*> The Jewish Floiidian) HOLLWOOD—The local Jewish community will begin its SOS drive for supplies for overseas survivors early in November. Mrs. Edwin M. Rosrnthal, chair man. announced this week. A preliminary conference was • eld at her home Oct. 14. Those attei ding were Mrs. Ted J. Sorin, Mrs. Louis J. Golden and Miss Anna D. Daniels. Locations of collection depots. nd division chairmen will be announced in the near future. ons and organizations desiring tn participate in the drive mmunicate with Mrs, Rosenthal at 725 Harrison st. Face Facts Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Blicayn* Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 499S1 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W ?2nd >anui PHONE 4-5880 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. 21st Terrace By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Director. AntiLeague Florida Regional Delamation While in New York attending the ADL national staff conference I heard the song writer, Irving Caesar, in a presentation of his latest masterpiece, "Sing 8 Song of Friendship.and was was deeply moved by the Mttng melodies and the magnificent lyrics which forcefully expressed the eternal hope of all of us Tor everlasting peace. Of "Tea for Two," "Swan; I ,nd "Just a Gigolo" fame. Mr. •aesar hit a new high in his career when, in 1938. he published his "Sing a Song of Safety group, which is sung daily by children in schools throughout the nation. In view i I the popularity of the safety si ri< s, composer Caesar conceived the idea of writing a group of 1!" songs dedicated to human rights, which express the things all of us are striving for tree speech, free worship, community and world harmony and peace, Irving Caesar sang 10 of these 19 songs dealing with friendship and good will, and when he had finished, there was hardly a dry eye among the dignified Jewish leaders in attendance at the conference. The song book containing these beautiful melodies will be made available to schools, settlement houses. gle< clubs and theaters commencing this month. "Let's Make the World of Tomorrow Today." a title of on c of i the songs in this book, is a forceful expression of the wishful thinking of all of UB. The reti aining songs have equally catchy titles, with excellent music and lyrics, all devoted to clearing a path to the time when. as he says in another title, "We'll Soon Be One World." The writer predicts that very soon we shall all b( singing songs of friendship. I Dr. Tendrich Ends Duty With Health Service Dr. Max Tendrich, recently returned from the public health service, has opened offices for the practice of general dentistry at Biscayne j hospital, 63 39 Biscayne blvd. With the health service for a year, Dr. Tendrich was s t a t i o ned at the United States Marine D r. Tendrich hospital, Baltimore, Md. He received his professional ,,ain.ng at Chicago College of Dental Surgery after attending the University of Miami and graduating from Ponce de Leon high school. While at the Chicago college, he became a member of Alpha Omega dental fraternity. A member of the American Dental association, he has taken advanced training in dental surgery and fractured jaw work. Dr. Tendrich lives at 747 West a've., Miami Beach, with his wife, Ruth, and their baby daughter, Helene Sandra. RAPHAELS Strictly Kosher Hotel and Dining Room 146 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Catering to the public for meals and all catered functions. Phone 5-3189 For Sukkas Reservations and Other Information WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Tirtt Wearing Smooth? It's about time you stopped in to see your DIXIE tire specialist for a check-up. If one or two tires actually SM<1 replacing. he will do his best to help you. and call you when your new tires corns In. RECAPPINC SEIBERLINO SPlciAi mrfj rSUV C £ 1 1 I\ ** ,/iSrVSV i a .1 i\\\>x Perhaps you can save money by having those tires with sound side-wa Is recapped with a cleancut tread that will give y OU thousands of miles of SAFE driving. DIXIE TIRE rp •^ MIAMI MIAMI RFArw • MIAMI BEACH MtT N. Miami Are. *W N. W. 17th Are. t01 S. W Flrat Street xj kv nis Fifth Street I'hone VUW 1840 Alton Road Phone 5-0714 "tional build! T r *l Groa8 on0pe B ,f_ M urrv Gross^,, ,1 1 '"' since 1925 hj N s tate offices at i^M • %  }" %  >. Beatrice R ?' Joseph Pul 2aile !" HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC. 122 N. E. 6th St Ph. 3-5174 Wedding Invitations and Announcements For the Most Particular Bride Distinctive Monogrammed Stationery Informals Birth Announcements FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL WOBl Visiting Coil MUSICIANS' CLUB OF AMERICA Ruth Brotman Management Presents Famous West minster 0 John Flnley Williamson, Conductor BENEFIT HOME FOR MUSICIANS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30 8:30 P.K WHITE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM] 320 N. E. SECOND AVENUE Tickets for sale at Miami Cordelia's Book Shop, Red Cm] (Kodak Department); Amidon's Music Stores. Biscayne r !" Alhambra Circle: Miami Beach Radio Shop; Saks Miami Beach Conservatory of Music, 41st St.; Deauville Hotel (Little Flower Shop). ADVANCE MAIL ORDERS TO HEADQUART 708 Langford Bldg.. Miami. Fla. PRICES: 1.S0—2.00—2.50—3.00, Plui Ttx % Per Annum CURRENT DIVIDEND On Insured Savings Accour EACH account is insured safe to $5,000 by *•! Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Cap. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a Wj $15,000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts *jS vestments for Trust Funds as W^jjji by Guardians, Administrators and <*u 1 fltpi flf fill FUNDS invested on or before the J month earn as of the 1st of the cum* %  | uflockE* 10 1U1 Lincoln Road • • • c L .CLEME^m. p w,M


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 25, 1946

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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7^^77^^-THE JEWISH UN
19
_NUMBER_43_
WISH WE
SULO^A^RIDA^^
PRICE: TEN CENTS
istees To Open Alton Road Hospital Jan. 1st
tish Deport 750,
ir Election Riots
SIDE
(JTA) More than 750 visaless Jews arrived here this
were immediately transhipped to Cyprus lor deten- ish organizations which sub-
L chin on which they were travelling, the Alma was "11,u'd Jninl proposals on tin
--* tection of Jewish rights in for-
Jmer enemy ci untries t" the Peace
will press
m Palestine waters by a British minesweeper,
elugees, who were escorted to Haifa and transferred to conferen
Authorize $15,000
For Reconversion
NEW YORK (JTA)-The Jew-
Stressing the need for early opening of the Alton Road hos-
pital as a stop-gap until the Mt. Sinai hospital building is
erected, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the Mt. Sinai
trustees, yesterday announced the appointment of a committee
h" deportation vessels, the Empire Hey wood and the the"r'demands l thTpnS 1 rehabilila,e- re-equip and prepare the Alton Road hospital
igour,Vluded 516 men. 202 women and 41 children. f Foreign MinSrs which s to *" fferati0n S T \ ^ a, v o. I
liitish dropped depth charges in Haifa harbor during inert in Now York next n onth it committee, headed by Alex Van Straaten, is empowered
ier operations to discourage the refugees from jumping was revealed this week at a din- ,0 spend s15'000' advanced by the board of Mt. Sinai, to re-
One Jew. however, did jump overboard and was ner arranged by the American convert ,he hospital to civilian use. Committee members are
A number of sick refugees were hospitalized at Haifa. Jewish conference, in hon. r ,,f t> Da'i Ruskin, Leonard Wien, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Harry
0h the communique said that no resistance had been representatives who worked in ~ *Markowitz and Dr. J and on
n earlier unofficial report said that at least 20 of the P,'!,ls w,u) uthe delegations I |}innr fft Onon
"s had jumped overboard when the Alma was o,f the **** ^11 TXZX tO UPCI1
Palestine border The vessel was seven days out of n;.d Bernsteini formcr w
hen it was sighted near Beirut. It had been buffeted adviser to General Eisenhowei
seas for almost the entire voyage and a storm one and legal counsel of the Ameri-
jatened to wreck it. can Jewish conference, who re- First major event of the Beach
lima, which was originally called the Fenice, is a vet- turned from Pans after a three- Y's S300.000 building fund drive
the Italy-Palestine run, having made two previous months stay. Col. Bernstein was will be the initial gifts division
It carried part of the 1,200 refugees who arrived tho principal speaker at the din- dinner at 7 p.m. Sunday in the
Beach y Drive
La Spezia last spring, after a hunger strike which won ne
Imperial room of the Roney Plaza
Icanied a transport of visaless refugees.
(Continued on Page 4)
(Continued on Page 4j
their
to Solicit
icember
Home for the Aged
und drive set for De-
he board of directors
appointed a steering
consisting of Sydney
Hub. Judge Harold B.
Greenberg and Dan-
3 formulate and carry
|for the campaign.
nmittee's goal is $75.-
1 new addition to the
under construction.
; plans include abreak-
Retherto -tart the cam-
in Dec niber. A
speaker has been in-
ddre?s the group.
Stion ceremony on the
! the Home will also be
Kember. The drive will
with a victory dinner
nuary.
hmittce intends to con-
securing life mem-
the organization upon
$100 or more to the
No's Auxiliaries of Mi-
IMiami Bead, will aid
>'Sn which will be di-
IHarold Shapiro, Miami
fcrney.
PPW. president of the
Pounced this week that
paenberg of New York
F* as executive direc-
'nstitut,,,, as previ.
faced. Officers of the
renewed efforts to fill
PLEDGES $2,500
U> HAHATZALA
Crm M,ami Jewish
IJ^rcfiafon for the
Ka dring Yiscor
J51 Thursdav.
Elauer made th*
^ wganization which
Qm. m n'nabilitating
mele^ and destitute
Lewis Nathan, president of the
Middle Atlantic section of the na-
tional Jewish Welfare board, and
vice chairman of the Philadelphia
USO council, will be principal
speakt r.
Carl Weinkle and Lou Heiman
are cochairmen of the initial gifts
dinner and Samuel A. Rivkind is
over-all chairman of the drive.
S limitation will be conducted
Loan Fund to Soek
Federation Support
With its charter to be granted' At the first meeting of the
Monday, the revised Baron de', fund's board of directors Mon-
Hirsch loan fund plans to apply day. major committees were ap-
to the Greater Miami Jewish Fed- pointed. Benjamin Meyers was
eration for admission as a par- named head of the policies and
ticipating agency, Charles Cohen, regulations committee which will
director of the fund, announced determine under what ci nditii ns
this week. loans will be made, eligibility re-
Judge George E. Holt will sign quirements for persons applying
the charter in the presence of of-1 for loans and the general philos-
ficers of the fund in his cham- ophy of the agency.
bers at 11:30 a.m. Monday. Other committee chairmen
Federation will receive a re- named by Baron de Hirsch Mi y< r,
quest to transfer its loan re- temporary president, are Elry
serves, approximately S3.I00. Stone, constitution and by-laws;
to the fund, Cohen slated. Irving Frankel, budget and fi-
MorrisKlass.executivedirectornar.ee; Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
of Federation, said Wednesday membership and publicity.
that the money would be turned Mrs. Schwartz will meet with
over to the fund if Federation her committee at neon Tuesday vision of the Mt. Sinai hospital
Sehwarz.
Named jointly with the re-
habilitation committee was a
medical advisory committee
which will furnish counsel on
matters pertaining to admini-
stration, medical and nursing
staffs, etc.
Heading this group is Dr. Na-
thaniel Levin with Dr. Tom Otto,
Dr. Max Dobrin and Dr. M. B.
Marks assisting him.
As soon as the Alton Road hos-
pital is opened, these committees
will have completed their tasks,
Meyer said.
Formerly used by the Navy, the
hospital is located at Alton rd.
and Eighth st., Miami Beach. It
is a three-story structure with a
55-bed capacity.
Although repair work is under
way, title has not yet passed
from the city of Miami Beach to
from Nov. 1 to 12. Isaac Heller,
New Orleans civic leader and na-1 the trustees but transfer is ex-
tionally known Jewish leader,: pected to be completed within
will be guest speaker at the spe- j the next few days.
cial gifts division dinner, sched- | A number of people were inter-
ufed for Nov. 3, Jack Marash,
executive director of the Y, said
this week.
A special campaign broadcast
will be aired over Station WGBS
tomorrow at 6:45 p.m.
Blank to Be Host
To Mt. Sinai Group
Members of the initial gifts di-
rae Bell to Describe
European Trip
directors feel that it has a "sound in Topp's restaurant and the bud-
policy" as a community organi- get committee will meet at the
zation. Jewish Social Service bureau of-
- fices at noon Wednesday.
The Baron de Hirsch loan fund,
previously a subsidiary of the
Jewish Social Service bureau, was
converted into an independent or-
--------- Iganization several weeks ago by
Impressions of his trip through the JSSB membership, which also
Europe and the Middle East will turned over the JSSB's loan tund
be given by Jack Bell, Miami money to the new agency.
Herald columnist, when he s^ | gqIuB HERE TO^END"
a^m-SH HOSPITAL SURVEY
day at Beth
David, H. Soo-
drive will be
Sam Blank
viewed for the position of hos-
pital director this summer in New
York, Boston, Baltimore and
Philadelphia by subcommittees of
the trustees. Invitations have
been issued to several men to
meet with the full board here to
be interviewed.
Lester M. Barron, director of
the Allerton General hospital,
Brookline, Mass., is in Miami this
week for the purpose. He was
accompanied by his wife.
The Alton Road hospital direc-
, tor will be named shortly, Meyer
KEk.f.SrHi He wil1 be charged with
Blank at a din- | staffing th(? ho itsd with resident
ner in the Shel-; doctorSi nurses and oth
borne hotel at sonnel.
7 p.m. Monday. |____________________
Mr. Blank is
chairman of the
division which
will be respons-
ible for raising
the major por-
tion of the $2,-
500,000 for the
erection of the
tin, president,
announces.
Bell will
place special
emphasis on the
Jewish problem
in Europe. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro
will be chair-
man of the
event, to which
the public is invited.
Mr. Sootin announced that
$1,500 was raised for the Hagan-
ah, Jewish resistance movement
in Palestine, at Yiscor services at
Beth David last Thursday follow-
ing an appeal by Rabbi Shapiro.
Jack Bell
Dr. J. J. Golub director of
the New York Hospital for
Joint Diseases, arrived here
Wednesday to supervise the
final phases of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's hospi-
tal survey.
Dr. Golub conferred with the
hospital survey committee yes-
terday and is to meet with a
group of doctors today. Leon
Kaplan is chairman of the sur-
vey committee.
In conjunction with the sur-
vey. Federation is distributing
hospital.
Twenty-five outstanding com-
munity workers will attend the
dinner.
SNEH TO GET VISA
WASHINGTON (JTA)Acting
Secretary of State Dean Acheson
has cabled the U. S. consulate in
Paris to grant a visitor's visa to
Dr. Moshe Sneh, member of the
Jewish Agency executive, to
whom the consulate denied a visa
earlier.
Dr. Sneh is expected to arrive
Non-Jewish Firms
Support Town Y
In support of the Miami Y's
non-sectarian activities, more than
a score of non-Jewish firms sent
in contributions to the Y's $200,-
000 building fund drive this week,
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector, announced.
In line with its policy to start
construction of the new Y as soon
as possible, the building commit-
tee, headed by M. J. Kopelowitz,
is preparing plans for CPA ap-
proval.
Radio Station WGBS is making
its facilities available to the Mi-
ami Y for a series of broadcasts
in connection with the Y's $200,-
000 building fund campaign.
At 4:45 p.m. today, the "Story
Time Lady" will describe the Y's
day nursery in story form ad-
-,. in the United States in time to
B questionnaireI*"**"** address the convention of the uay Ilulscly ln slory xorm aQ_
community to determine puoH :zionjst Organization of America dressed to the nursery children,
opinion on the loca,lon: 'op*f" j which opens next week at Allan- A transcription made by two teen
tion and policies of the pro- | j (Continued on Pag". 4)
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Rabbi Moses Mescheloff wil' next week after which they will
effete at the Pidyan Haben -
of Barry Morton, son of Mr
and Mrs. Harry Burak. The
affair will be held Sunday aftei
noon at the Workmen's Circle
lyceum, Miami Beach .
Roger Joel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert M. Metsky, 801
West 40th St., chose his parents'
second anniversary, Oct. 10, to
be born at St. Francis hospital.
He is the first grandson and
fifth grandchild of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 N.
Meridian ave., longtime resi-
dents of Miami Beach. His
father returned from Guam last
year after five years' Army ser-
vice. Rabbi S. M. Machtei of-
ficiated at the Bris Simchas
Torah morning and Roger
Joel's parents and grandparents
were hosts at a reception in the
Temple Beth Sholom sukka that
morning. His paternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Metsky of Newark, arrived in
time for the Bris .
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
Young Judaeans
Plan
Tomorrow
* Sinin, dancing and refresh-
ment8 wil] be in *U>re for young
people aged i Ight to 17 yetri "
y. ung Judaea Bally to beheld
Other newlywedded couples .(l pm Saturday at the Beacn
,,as returned to the city with {J/DittJ D,.,s Albin and Na-
ns family ... Dr. Geoige ^^ Frankel, program; Stanley
Jraham attended the Florida VVal|nUlU ,, gters; Annette Mer- [
lomecoming at Gainesville With Lhine ;md Lucille Yagoda, refresh-
iormer classmates. Joel Cohen ments; Roz Drosd, decorations:
jnd Stuart Newman ... Bob Shirley Pardo and Joyce Lichten-
Marcus of Miami Beach left for stein, publicity.
Baltimore. Md., this week for i A six weeks' leadership train-
Ing cause for Young Judaea
club- began 'I'm .-day evening at
the Beach Y under the direction
: R In David Raab of Ft. Lau-
derdale.
Subsequent lectures will deal
with the principles of Zionism
and their presentation to youth;
a workshop <>n conducting clubs;
story telling, dancing, singing
and handicraft.
Prisons interested in the course
may contact -Mrs. E. Lesowoder.
Rom
ance of
Began In \y
Neir
es
his marriage to Miss Rita
Landy. After a honeymoon at
Grossingers. the newlyweds
will return here to make their
home Jonas Weiland of
Palm Island has opened radio
station WFVL with studios at
the Alcazar hotel .
Hallowe'en Dance Aids
Lodge Hospital Project
Part of the proceeds from
Sholem lodge's Hallowe'en dance
Texas Girl Engaged
To Arnold Sussman
will be used t<> purchase hospita
left for New York this week [equipment, Charles R. Jacobson,
to attend the convention of the executive secretary of the Miami Nov 26 is the wedding date set
Women Lawyers association. B'nai B'rith, announced this week, by Miss Renee Battlelstein and
Mrs Meyers, who is expected A few tickets for the dance, Arnold Sussman, whose engage-
hark Nov 5 ^s chairman of which will be held at the Candle- ment is announced by her par-
back Nov. 5, is chairman o Cadillac hotel ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Battle-
he local association ... Paul JjM patio ^ ^ ^ rf ^^ ^
Weitzman is due in this week fi| ^ ^ ^^ (
end from a business trip to L. m & bold Wd
New York ... Gil Balkin is also .
, _., 1 Caney and his Latin American
expected back from a starts. he8t w]!1 Vllll. music for
wide tour for the Anti-Defama- d.mt.in(.
Rumba exhibitions and audi-
are
by th,
community service committee of
the Metropolitan council of B'nai
Gi dfrey K. Newman is
lion league .
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau, 4574 ence participation contests
Nautilus dr., are home from a planned.
two month vacation during! Service to the Nautilus and
which they flew to Martinville, Pratt General hospitals was
Ind., Pittsburgh, Cleveland and |l ;"*]>uMoJ ;' }
New York ... Dr. and Mrs.
Lewis Palay welcomed their l_, .
nephew and niece. Mr. and tempo'rary chairman of the corn-
Mrs. S. S. Manson who are mittee wnicn 1S surveying the
honeymooning at the Roney hospitals to find out what ser-
Plaza hotel from Cleveland, vices are needed. The committee
Ohio will coordinate projects of the
Miss Irma Silverstein, 15681various local B'nai B'rith groups.
Merdian ave., was hostess all The Miami 1Uillh ''d^ ls P1*1]
a recent party honoring Mr. n,,l '" l?Tl,*w,l,SM "\ 1
j T./I u u m equipment to the Nautilus vet-
and Mis. Harold Nappan on ^ h .^ u.noM T
their fourth anniversary. Miss chairman (lf llu Metropolitan
Silverstein returned several council, said
weeks ago from a trip to Bos-'____________________
ton, New York and Balti- Brunch Meeting Set
more .
David Goldstein, president of
Beth Jacob congregation, re-
The bl idc-oloct attended the
University of Texas and the Uni-
versity of Miami after being
graduated from Edge-wood Park
school in Bnarcliff Manor, N. Y.
Her fiance, son of the Samuel
Sussman* of Miami Beach, is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
school. He attended the Univer-
sity of PI i ida where he was a
member of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
Miss Wallich To Wed
Jerry Kaufman
Miss Roslyn Wallich will be- and Arthur
:ome bride of Jerry Kaufman ... ind B '* J
ate in December, her mother, |,, alv.. uuon "ubbm
A romance thai k.
c^.NherlSib,M
culminated i- ,1 We.
J& Rachel HabeV^
to
Jab i
g" pendant, **
'"n. 'natron 0f rmw^
Shirlev r, :*M
vaaifS'
I as flower gi^l*1
Daniel Dubbir.8fc
1 A-.u... ""Wr!
come
late-
Mrs. Fannie Wallich, 330 W. 47th
st., announces.
Mr. Kaufman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Kaufman. Phila-
delphia.
Miss Wallich graduated from
Miami High school. Her fiance at-
tended schools in Philadelphia
and served in the Navy for three
The wedding will take place in
Philadelphia.
. **". Grccnberg Was H
Tr.t-couple.
' G*berg 4 fc
I Navy Hebi
of lieutenant seckjT.
Son of Joseph GreeaU
' jl .'I
1 "' of .Florida i3
ember of Tau I J
fraten ^"
The couple will reside al
ami.
Out of town guest 1
ding included Jacob and l
1 : .md Mrs, R
all i i .New York.
ARTHUR HARVITHS
TO LIVE IN CAPITAL
Honeymooning in Havana be-
fore makin their home in Wash-
ington. D. C, are Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Jerome Harvith w h o
were married recently at the XPTHTIR PCTWtBM
home of Rabbi Muses Mescheloff. *KlUri mPERTO
The bride, the former Beulah BE BAR MITZVA
Etta Blondhcim of Washington.
is a graduate of Newman school, ': Pepper, son of i
New Orleans, La., and attended Mrs Pepper. 1683 i
George Washington university. '"< St., will bei
Washington, D.C. f* sel cheduled fort
Her husband, a Miamian, Is on Satu at the Hioi
the legal staff of the RFC in C ngregu -
Washington. He is a graduate of Mu
Cornell university ..r.d Harvard
ternity. During the war he served law school and is a member of
as a lieutenant with the Marine
corps reserve in the Pacific thea-
ter.
Fratority Costume Dance
Slated for Sunday
Sunday night is the time chos-
en by the Beth Sholom Fraternity
for its gala costume dance which
Will be held at Temple Beth Sho-
lem, 4144 Chase ave. Admissior
is SI.50 per person. Prizes will be
awarded for the best costumes.
An 11-piece army band will fur-
nish music fc r dancing and there-
will be refreshments. The public
is invited to attend.
Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Lambda
Phi. During the war he served
with the field artillery in the
Italian theatre.
Chorus Membership

DUX to Hold Party
To cek-brate the fact that the
Dux club is the first independent
group to join the Miami Y 100
per cent, members of the organi- | j
/ation will hold a party for teei |
agers in the- Y gym at 8 p.m.
Saturday. Charles Zalis is presi-
dent of the Dux. I _
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The open hi use i
plain e y Mr, and Mrs. i
afternoon wills
held due to the death
Peppei mother, Mrs. Abe|
pei week.
WINDOW REPAIRING
GLAZING ana GREASAt|
BECKER'S
1533 S. W. llthTennl
Phone 9-5831
For Home Auxiliary
Members and guests of the Mi-
turned last night after vaca- '"'" Women's Auxiliary to th<
tioning at Saratoga. Stricken Jewish Home for the Aged will
ill during his trip, he was hos- "u,t f"r brunch at Beth David Louis Pi wesky, director of the
pitalized for several weeks. Mrs. :" "" Tuc'-sda-v- Mrs- Claire H r Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Goldstein preceded him home ZO* Pres,dent- announces. Chorus, announced this week that
last week Mr8' Isido1 Cohen, foundei and persons interested in choral sing-
.. ,, norary president, is m charge in6 are invited to join the group.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Heirnan (of program arrangements. fSntering its third year, the
celebrated their 20th wedding Guest speakers will be Mi ,: ms "l,is rehearsals at 8:15
anniversary last week end by Benjamin Sherry, president of ,,m ,;"'h Tuesday at Beth David
visiting their son, Gene, at the the Home's Beach auxiliary and synagogue. The group will spon-
University of North Carolina Rabbi Max Shapiro. Betty'Car- sor a dance Nv. 9 at the I.O.OJ.
. Mrs. Ida Spivack, 905 -' n, accompanied by Eleanoi 1,w-
Michigan ave., marked her 54th Clark Lint n. will present sev
birthday with a dinner and ,raI musical .-eld tin:...
theater party recently. Guests I The publlt ,s hivited.
included her husband, her chil- _. ... _~------
dren. Mr. and Mrs. H. Decky BETH DAVID SERVICES
and sister, Mr. Leo Ruben- Services at Beth David will be
s'-ein ... iheld at 5:30 this evening and 8:30
Fourth st.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coplan
are spending their honeymoon
at the Versailles hotel. The
couple will remain here until
a.m. tomorrow. Student service:
will begin at 10:30 a.m. t.
row. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor A. Friedman will offi-
ciate.
For The Best
Paramount Poultry Co.
237 N. W. Fifth Street
Specializing In
KOSHER LIVE POULTRY
KILLED WHILE YOU WAIT
SHOCHET ON DUTY TUESDAY A M
ALL DAY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
AND FRIDAY A. M.
Also A Full Lino of Fruits and Vegetables
REMEMBRANCE CARDS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Hand Mail<
Chocolates
CANDY FRUITS
By
FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX
(The Original)
WE PARCEL POST
from
COAST TO COAST
ft &
10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Power A. Light Co.
wool slip*"
Get Junior ready *
color days ahead
weight
sweaters with neat'
V-neck that won't
Brown, yeHw and
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JOINS 5WFI^^^
\ ,,ck. Child-
Up immcdi-
LpublU school and tak-
E David for classes from
515 pjn-
children at
rRu Sh nandoah Junior
RSand. ah Elementary
/' ,1 W iy school m the
' and Citrus
\ -,(st section.
h(,': ,m be brought
bnsneai homes when
- will be serv-
by the Beth
< associa-
tor transportation
E a month for
ISlreau of Jewish Educa-
I lie transporta-
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iigroups map
tural program
Appointment of Samuel
to the newly created p
executive director of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center wa
nounced this week by Samuel
Friedland, president.
For the past three years, SI iai
was director of the Brooklyn
adult
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and lectures
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Moishe Oysher. renowned
cantor, will make his first local
appearance Sunday, Dec. 15. at
Ida M. Fisher High school in a
concert sponsored by a group
of private individuals.
Oysher, considered the "mas-
ter singer of his people." will
present a repertoire of popular
and classical Jewish music. His
manager. Jacob Schechter, is
arranging the concert.
UJA PLANS NATIONAL CONFERENCE,
ANNOUNCES 180 MILLION IN GIFTS
The executive committee of the United Jewish Appeal will
hold a national UJA conference in Atlantic City Nov. 30 to
Dec. 2 for Jewish leaders from communities thrgughout the
United States and representatives of European and Palestinian
Jewry.
The decision to hold the meeting was taken at the conclusion
of a two day session of the execu-
Banquet to Benefit
Group's Yiddish School
Chevra Kadisha Formed
By Orthodox Group
SAMUEL SLOAN
Zionist region with the largest Mrs. S. Kahn, 40 N.W. 24th ave.
Jewish membership ur.it in thi
world. He has also served in va-
rious fields of Jewish educati n
in New York city; Birming
Ala., and Meriden, Conn.
Sloan will supervise the pro-
gram of expanded activities
Establishment of a Chevra Ka-
disha by the Miami Jewish Orth-
odox Congregation was announc-
u. J ; j ed this week by Rabbi Murray
Workmei s ( irele Vladack t- .,,,
be held at 6 p.m. .The' congregation sensed a
;l:;''". Y- i.fmite need in the community
<'cs- vi luntary service with re-
dinner will spect t() th(. last rites given to
' : sh school r,rthodox Jews," he explained,
econd year last All members of the Chevra!
M. Gleberman is the in- Kadisha are Sabbath observers I
; and volunteer their services with-;
,,U Irom -1 to 6 p.m. out charge to members of the |
;'v and Tl and from congregation and other orthodox]
10 a.m. till noon on Sunday at Jews in the community. has been raised by American
the Y. Registration is still open believing the group to be the j Jews toward the 100 million dol-
for new pupils. Oral of its kind here. Rabbi Grauer' lar UJA goal for this year, Isidor
Tickets to the banquet may be expressed the hope that other con-1Coons, executive vice chairman,
ed from Mrs. J. H. Siegel, gregations will follow suit "to reveal'd.
2143 S.W Sixth St.; Mrs. H. Ja- establish a voluntary attitude! More than 20,000 Jewish refu-
st., and toward this religious institution j gees entered Palestine during the
and to have its performance un- first eight months of 1946, Dr.
der rabbinical supervision." Martin Rosenbluth, research di-
Members of the Chevra Ka-[ rector of UPA, reported. These
disha, which is supervised by ; figures do not include those who
Rabbi Grauer, are D. Singer, Wil- were deported by British authon-
liam Clein, I. Schwartz, Sam' ties to Cyprus, he said.
Werner, S. Okonoff, S. Savitsky,! Isaac H. Levy, UJA vice chair-
tive committee in New York last
week at which leaders of the
Joint Distribution committee, the
United Palestine Appeal ar.d the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans reported on the activities of
their organizations and the prob-
able needs for the coming year.
Miami will be the first city
to review UJA's fund request,
local Federation officials be-
lieve. The budget committee
will study the UJA budget
early in December.
A total of 80 million dollars
NCJW Lists Persons
Sought By Europeans
Tl e si rvice to the foreign I orn,
Miami section of the National s- Raskin and B. Miller,
which the Center is planning in uncii ()f Jl.wi... Women, Is try-
connection with its new building m to it.atl. i persons for I
soon to be constructed.
Southern BBG's Send
Sewing Kits Overseas
B'nui B'rith girls and young
relatives and friends in Europe.
Dr. Don Wallach is being
sought by Kornelia Wallai ol
Poland; Henry Angi 1 by M
Buitkowcr of Poland; Mrs. "
(Levin)
Spaet To Be Chairman
Of Aged Care Parley
Judge Harold B. Spaet, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
Bel man by Mara ( Id Lsh Home for the Aged and mem-
beig (nee Gelman); Isaak Gott- ber of the Jewish Social Service
oiiai on b .,o ...... yLeizer silberstein of Ger- bureau board, will be chairman
women t:.n the Sojtnc.ist- ____> ,,,,, f ,ho rooinnal n.
ern district are busy preparing >'>- jr, e K;^/;
sewing kits for their sisters_over- M Dubner.
seas, Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, ai- n, ,.,.
rector of girls' work for the B'nai
B'rith fifth district, reported this
oi a meeting of the regional con-
tinuation committee on aged care
in Atlanta Sunday.
Also attending from Miami will
Leopold Cohen by Thea Be tr-
ends; Isaac Gottlieb by Luza j be Charles Cohen, JSSB direc-
G ittlieb; Jacob Wucher by David'tor; Max Greenberg, vice presi-
wock on her JeJJ^nJfm>tan cx" Weiner; Morns or Max Mans by dent of the Home, and Fred Hol-
Jacob Mans of Poland; Jer.o land, manager of the Home.
activities concerning
tensive tour of the district.
The kits, containing yard
and sew
sent ov
tional
overseas survivors.
Major project of AZA boy.- is
to supply school kits 11 pens, Qe'nio" Batcher; Emanuel Wcin
pencils, paper, scissor--, etc., for by Wim w.,inbcrg.
shipment to Hungary.___________m________,
During her trip. Miss Carnovsky ___ cicTpRHOOD
visited practically every South-
ern city which has a B'nai B'rith
man, announced that the UJA
would be continued in 1947 as the
combined fund-raising organiza-
tion for JDC, UPA and USNA,
which replaced the National Ref-
ugee Service.
Robert R. Nathan, economist
and former deputy director of the
office of war mobilization and re-
conversion, presented a brief
analysis of the general economic
situation, forecasting that busi-
ness conditions in 1947 would fa-
vor generous contributions on the
same or larger scale than the gifts
made for the current year.
MJOC TO BUILD SOON
Ki reeky I y W< iss, -< ns of San-
dor, of Poland; Moses Hutter by
make a report.
The meeting will be sponsored
by the Southern region of the
Ci uncil of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds.
girls group. She addressed the
groups and conferred with key
people interested in youth prob-
lems in the various cities. terhood tea Nov. 4 will be a new
In Washington, D. C, she spoke. member, Mrs. Arthur Klein,
at a joint meeting of the seven membership chairman, an-
BBG groups there. Miss Car- nounced Monday at the installa-
novsky said she stressed the Jew-
Girl Scouts to Meet
Girls who wish to become
Brownies and Scouts will hold
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sis-1their first meeting at the Miami
Y at 4 p.m. this afternoon. The
Miami Service league will super-
vise the scout project for the Y.
TO SEEK MEMBERS
Admission for members at the
ish cultural aspect of BBG work
in her talks.
Coral Gables Center
Opens Sunday School
Sundav school classes are coi
ducted by the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Community Center, Mrs- Sid-
ney Richman, chairman i I its re-
ligious committee, announces
Classes are held at the HiUel
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd.,
from 10 a.m. to noon. The cur-
riculum, approved by the Bureau ,,, operetta.
of Jewish Education, mcl
history and the Hebrew langu-
age.
All age groups are taught by
professional instructors,
tration is taken at
House.
tion luncheon. The tea will be
| ,.Ui at i..c H. yal Palm hotel.
Mrs. Clarence Cohen will be co-
chairman.
Officers were installed Monday
v Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mrs.
Joseph M. Hose, outgoing presi-
. was presented a leather
makeup case.
Joseph Schreibman, musical
director of the Center, played an
:.,,! composition on his im-
ins Miami and dedicat-
ed it to Mrs. R( i
Mrs Lillian Kral'f gave a syn-
opsis of "Mademoiselle Modiste
and sang three selections from
Construction of a new build-
be discussed. Ben ing for the Miami Jewish Ortho-
irector of the Chi-ldox Congregation will begin be-
the Aged, will fore the end of fall, Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer said this week.
Nathan Adelman was appoint-
ed chairman of the building com-
mittee by A. M. Bear, president,
at the last congregation meeting.
His committee met Monday night
to discuss the plans for the new
synagogue.
Members of the committee,
which will be enlarged soon, are
John C. Temple, Max Kupfer-
stein, Max R. Silver, I. Schwartz,
Philip Berkowitz, Louis David-
son and Rabbi Grauer.
Following recent service in the
Medical Department, Army of the United States
Jbr. Leonard Ji. Qlickdleln
Optometrist
announces his return to civilian practice
for
Examination of the Eye
Contact Lenses Visual Training
at
2202 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Florida
the Hllle!
CUB PACK MEETS
First monthly Cub Pack meet-
ing of the season was held Ia.i
rlijht at the Bench Y Ed Betgtr.
cubmaster, conduct, d the meet-
ing. Special guest was B. BikK.
regional director of the Boy
Scouts.
Sisterhood To Honor
Project Workers
Members of Temple Beth Sho-
Sisterhood who have been
working on the organizations
ner%mject will be honored
Bt a luncheon in the Cadillac ho
tel Wednesday noon.
Hostesses for the luncheon are
M Irving Marcus, Mrs. David
SrrijTS. Simon Wolff and
Mrs. Joseph Fenias.
Reservations may be made
with any of the hostesses^
In Respect to the Memory of
MRS. A. PEPPER
the Bar Mitzvah Reception
in honor of her grandson
ARTHUR PEPPER
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P. O. Box 2973_________________________________Phone 2-1141
Entered as S~ond Clan. Matter July 4. 1930 at the ro Office
of Miami, Ha., under the Act of March, 3, ism
Published Erery Friday Since 1927
Subscription Rates. 1 Year. $3.00; Six Months. $2.00.
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VOLUME 19
Miami 18, Florida. Friday. October 25, 1946
T1SHRI 30. 5707
Nl/MIiKR 43
BRITISH DEPORT 750.
FEAR ELECTION RIOTS
OPEN YOUR POCKETBOOKS
Perusal of our columns the past weeks reveal an endless
(Continued From Page 1)
The authorities were more ap-
prehensive than usual, since in
view of the elections for the Zion-
ist Congress, which are scheduled
for next Monday, even the more
moderate parties are expected to
take some action, in order that
their militancy cannot be ques-
tioned.
Even before the capture of the
Alma had been confirmed, the
jew isl Agei i y issued a state*
i :.t in Jerusalem saying that as
long as Jews who seek Palestine's
res are not allowed to enter,
no talks between Jewish and Brit-
ish representatives will ease ten-
sion here. The arrival of every
new vessel only serves to further
unite the Jewish community, it
aid.
array of "campaign" stories. All indications point to a con-
tinuance of this "Fund Seeking" information and coverage in the
months to come. This material will dominate the wordage
presented to our readers because it is news. It is news tha'
a young and growing community is undertaking and accom
plishing so much in so short a period. It is news that Miami
will lead the way and set the example for the rest of the
country to follow, in assuming its share of responsibility foi
community and for its fellow Jews.
Our Miamians will find themselves confronted with these
appeals with their every step. They will cry out that there
must be a limit. This cry brings to mind a story related by
a speaker here this week. He tells of a woman complaining
loudly to her neighbors, bewailing the acguisition of a son-in j don talks, which, as one paper
law. Much to their surprise they replied ft* marrying a ** 'JWjJJwh*. **
daughter was a blessing and a real accomplishment, ic
which she replied. "But my son-in-law can't drink and can'l
play cards." Her friends declared that this boy was a real
find -why all the tears? Well, the unhappy mother-in-law re-
plied. "Well, he can't drink and he drinks and he can't play
cards and he plays cards!"
Miamians have given until they feel they can give no
more ... but they will continue to give and make these many
drives the successes they deserve to be. They have given cl
their time and strength until they feel they can do no more ,
but they will again come forth in sufficient numbers and with
enough energy to fulfill these tasks.
Release of the Jewish Agency
leaders detained in the Latrun
prison since June 29 is reported
to be imminent, although no
official confirmation could be
obtained this week. An Agency
spokesman, while stating that
he could not confirm the re-
port, stressed that he was not
denying it.
The Hebrew press generally
favors the cessation of the Lon-
papers say that the chief rea-
sons the talks ended was the
the persistent British demand
that the Agency halt further
"illegal" immigration and the
government's refusal to agree
to increased immigration on a
large scale.
EFFRONTERY
Attitudes of organization, on both the local and national
scene, have been varied in respect to observing Jewish holidays.
Overall approach in this regard has been to submit to the
pressure of the religious whip which upon each violation vigor
ously upbraids the sinner. The transgressor thereupon pleads
ignorance in the form of one excuse or another and promises
to sin no more.
The most modern method of keeping face with God, neigh- ban was Czechoslovakian Consul
bors, community and self is to work behind closed doors. In- ?"era! Iv;m NoY* and n **
* ... .. who were arrested bv soldiers
advertantly a telephone call is answered and the caller re- and held for an hour despite the
warded with the answer "the office is closed today" and the consul's diplomatic immunity. The
staff meeting continues. Luncheon clubs are in full force and a Furfew ls b,'inR strictly enforced
i i it D>' heavily armed troops in full
synagogue meets for a snack following services to transact battle regalia
T e meeting of the Small Zion-
ist Actions committee to decide
whether Jews should continue
their talks with Britain, which
was scheduled to be held on
Wednesday, has been postponed
bee.ais.- Rabbi Judah L. Fishman
and Eliezer Kaplan have run into
v in arranging air trans-
portation from London. The two
Jewish Agency members arc to
report to the committee on the
negotiations with the British gov-
ernment.
Jerusali m has become a tense,
dead city after dusk, as a result
of the rigid curfew. One of the
first prominent victims of the
irnnurinhl 1Q.lt O.____ "
(Copyright. 1948, Seven Art, |^atu
By PHINEAS j. BIRON
re Syndic,
li)
WHAT'S THE ANSWER..? .
The "Draft Davis-Byrd Com
mittee" (Charles Davis for presi-
dent and Harry Clifton Byrd for
vice president in 1948) is cir-
cularizing the names in the Jew-
ish Who's Who. We received
a circular which glorifies Davis.
"Honorary Grand Sachem of the
Six Nations" and Byrd. president
of the University of Maryland, as
a "truly national ticket" .
But why is this committee ap-
pealing to us with these words:
"We hope that 1000 Jews in New
York state will become trustees
and thus elect the director to
represent the great state of New
York" We are puzzled. .
Trustees of what? And who is
the "director"? ... Or can it be
that we are being given the firs;
crack at donating $10.00 for the
privilege of "enrolling as a trus-
tee". What is it all about?. .
Do vou know the answer?. .
STRIKE THEM OUT. .
Dan Parker, one of America's
top snort columnists, wants to
know why a small clique in the
Detroit ball park boos Hank
Greenberg whenever his name is
announced over the loudspeaker
. The answer. Dan. is that there
are bigots and hate mongers evei
in grandstands of our baseball
parks. .
HITLER TEACHES COLLEGE.
Dr. Tage U. H. Ellinger, head
of the department of zoology of
Howard unirersity, is under
fire. He ii charged, by his
students, with unqualifiedly ac-
ceptinq the racist theory of
Adolph Hitler. In other
words the professor believes
that Negroes and Jews do not
belonq to the "superior" race of
pure Aryans. We hope that
Howard students will insist on
Dr. Ellinger's exit. .
MISCELLANY. .
David Lilienthal is slated for
appointment to the Atomic En-
ergy commission. Insiders pre-
dict that Henrv Monskv's address
at a dinner in honor of the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference delegates
to the peace conference will make
the headlines. Ben Williams,
young Jewish painter, is having
Mrs. Goldberg Directs
Community Calendar
his first
(j
blic 'ch4fJ,e* v*1,
"dldn D^-y ItJ
'8? .theater JJ!
V T1,e SUFI'S
1 Inspector Gcr?'
-monies, win %
,Vr:n the election SbS
Ex-Governor Lehm>73
Vork Senator, "glf
reminisce^1*
elts dealings withChaJ
Malm are scheduled to J
. i947 vxm
wound fighters in Mb^
' Barney Ross'&J1
"''thegrtitlS
' -'owinthetouSI
eeraKainaST
'"st rase are Be-irH
Bettv rkl
' Mexico, aim
BesWishHil
' '' jeer still is M
':'. Ann Arbor, Jf^J
"Deration.
WE APPROVE. MR Sit
Rex Stout, author ci fcl
ous Nero Wolfe detectnei
man of the \
B is entered the
ver dialed ccme4_
;!' and we awl
himthat dialect jokes at
arilv f innv to those whtft
' Jew; ar.d ctM
roups. Stout's cm
: against the "Gal
Top This" radio nroci
Harry Hershfieldt,
confn res delight in thkfi
eented stories. We haj
time and againtol
to use his influence in dt
up his material. .. Stoa'tl
might succeed wheel
failed. .
Baruch Scores BritaaJ
For Palestine Policy
business.
Following our recent holidays, we failed to receive the Hurry Beth Jacob Women
of calls and mail from our regular objectors. But the effrontery To Hold Annual Tea
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mesche-
as evidenced these past holidays by organizations and in
dividuals as well still tends further to weaken the house oi 'off will be hosts at the annual
Judaism, already much too shaky. ': ; '"'rel >' '-a of the Beth Jacob
s lerhood to be ruld Nov. 11 at
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | their home,
Mrs. Edward Goldberg, volun-
teer worker for the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, has boon
given charge of conducting the
Community Calendar. Morris
Klass, executive director of Fed-
eration, announced this week.
Mrs. Goldberg will prepare the
calendar each week and send
copies of it to presidents and sec-
retaries of organizations twice a
month.
Organizations may list their
meetings and affairs by calling
I the Federation office on Mon-
days.
REFUGEE RIGHTS
DEMAND PRESSED
garian treaties, upon hip 'n charge of the British and American dele- the M*sdame Theodore Landes-
-ation. :- Anna Berow, Max Thurs-
i ',. n ton, Clara Brettholz, Rose Brown,
Although the Russian, did not Irvin Makovsky, Louis Makovsky
vote in favor rf th.se amend- ''' Stella Kbenstein.
tion peace conference on the ; Ms they dld, in d,.,. Plans for the teaf and the D.
restoration of equality of status * Jw*h "P*..... \ mee^W^sJa'y'.t thl
to Jews in the ex-enemy coun-stdte that their official policy was home of Mrs. Benjamin Fold C39
tries on Aug. 20, they had re- against discriminatory treatment. West ave.
quested the privilege of making a ho said. The Soviet delegat
(Continued From Page 11
joint memorandum to the 21-na-
formal appearance before thea)so d(.clarvd th( ,,.,, RI1711P BETH DAVID AIDS
peace conference and its commis- ... :,..,,, or\o r^sr t t--^,,.-.__
sions. This request was not thdt ,t WOuld 1,e :i matt f "in- SOS COLLECTIONS
granted, and the Jews sought to ternational concern" ,f any ,,! the
accomplish the same results by former enemy countries indul
having discussions with leading in discriminatory treatment of
delegates from individual coun- any segment of then popula-
tions, Col. Bernstein asserted.
This, he felt, might provide an
avenue for UN review in .,, ,.
tries.
The original draft treaties con-
tained only general provisions
protecting human rights in the
former Nazi satellites, Col. Bern- of racist or political discrimina-
stein said. Amendments' aimed tion.
at according increased protection
in the fields of human rights,
restitution of property and trus-
teeship over heirless property,
were adopted by a two-thirds
vote in the Rumanian and Hun-
GIVE ONCE FOR ALL!
COMMUNITY CHEST
November 12-23
A isting in the SOS drive for
'"PPMes fi overseas survivors,
Beth David Sisterhood has ,,,-gan-
1 a a committee to supervise its
its participation in the relief
mi ive.
Mrs. Norman Jacobs, chairman
advises that all food must be
menndedand "" ^^ ^ *
Persons interested in contribut-
^^t^dmji may contact com-
.. ...e members Mrs. E. Hik(Si
Mrs. H. Gordon. Mrs. D. Serna
SUf* Je ^^ or Mrs. M.
NON-JEWISH FIRMS
SUPPORT TOWN Y
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age members of the Y concerning
their activities-at the Y will be
an id on the "Youth Speaks" pro-
gram at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Women's activities will be the
topic when Mrs. Jane Butler in-
terviews Mrs. Leon Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Miami Service league.
on "Jane Recommends," from 2
to 2:30 p.m. Monday.
The Y's duckpin league will be
the subject of the "Five Star
Final" sports broadcast Tuesday.
First two of the series were
aired Wednesday and Thursday
evening.
VETS NEED ROOMS
Coral Gables residents are be-
ing urged to rent rooms to vet-
erans now attending the Uni-
versity of Miami, Charles R. Ja-
cobson, executive secretary of
B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge, said
this week after confering with
Dean Foster E. Alter of the uni-
versity.
Arrangements may be made
with Alter at the university or
Rabbi Albert Michels at the Hil-
lel foundation.
NEW YORK (JTA)-
that 11 -poke "as an .>
fter 1 at, as a fa!'.
Baruch this week B
the governnali
Britain and the United St*"
...Hying" on the I
sion of European displaeeil
to Palestine. He emphasis*!
America, too, has not besj
sanctuary she wasforsanjjf
P inting out that he is'
political Zionist, Baruch*
that he nevertheless "
and condemns" the policy
jecting the right of JeJ
haven :n Palestine as pn"
bv the Balfour declaratwl
the Palestine Mandate. Ml
same time, he stresadttsrp
thing must be done '
j.-ws from Europe to w
States. He cited MrM
ures showing that the J
States has done little and'
much towards rescuiBj J
nants of European W
death.
17 Nations to Issue
DP Travel Permits
LONDON (JTA'-f^l
india hav.e ifsm
will join the bnat^^J
week[subscribed to *gf
mcu for f'Solerj
learned here. Se\ Jj
to honor the docuw
w'" SWVe lot tfS*il
The present s.gn ^ J
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midway
I*05Pai at the Miami Y Sun-
\Kl the Emanon club pre-
H first annual Hallowe'en
LS SS "fission and free
Jio the music of Sherwood
fi^tr. vull be the
E features of the affair
E will last from 1 p.m. till
%U prtion ?JVt
will be given to the T.
. Kratish Emanon prmi-
E announced this week,
fcroximately 30 booths with
t dart' and other games, as
Fm refreshments will be set
, the Y'i athletic field.
Rations affiliated with
|y including the Workmen s
,' of Miami and various
, groups, will operate their
[booths. The ladies' auxiliary
L Freda Markowitz post, Jew-
Twar Veterans, will have
, made cakes and pickles on
Lrall chairman of the affair
Jtanlcv Abramowitt, who is
ted by Sidney Needelman,
nan of construction; Nat Et
[social chairman; Millie Ber-
|tz, treasurtr; George Siegel,
nan of :- rsonnel; Ruth Ros-
(Lchairm in of the food com-
fccl and Esther Goldberg pub-
chairma .
TEMPLE SISTERHOODS TO RAISE
FUNDS FOR UAHC HOME
ekeeper Sought
JSSB Clients
(omen v.. rv serve as houte-
lers are being sought by the
kh Social Service bureau for
tents. Charles Cohen, execu-
fdirector, said this week.
ery often we need someone
Ible of maintaining the home
la family broken up by ill
1 or absence of a parent," he
pperviiion of children, care of
persons and cooking are
btimes necessary, but full time
[ices are n )t always required.
Valified persons may apply at
(JSSB office, 127 N. W. Sec-
Mrs. J. Walter Freiberg (left) of Cincinnati, honorary chairman
and Mrs. Edward B. Schulkind (right) of New York City, chair-
Spanish Conversation.
Dancing On Y Program
Beach Y members can learn to
speak Spanish and become
familiar with the intricacies of
Latin American dances if they
enroll in classes now under way.
The following schedule of
courses was released by Randy
Polansky, Beach Y activities di-
rector, this week:
M ndaydancing for children,
3:30 p.m.; sketch class, 8:15 p.m.
Tuesdayarts and crafts for
children. 4:30 p.m.; arts and
crafts for adults, 7:30 p.m.; con-
versational Spanish, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday dramatics for
childn n. 4 p.m.
Thursdayarts and crafts for
Children, 4 p.m.; arts and crafts
tor adults, 7:30 p.m. dancing
classes tor adults. 9 p.m.
Classes in mathematics and
:i usic appreciation are being
planned.
man, will head the post-war Victory fund-raising project of the
National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods to ra
THE HOUSE OF LIVING JUDAISM which will provide head-
nilirt*ri in P i <- ', *. i. : _J v-____ i .
------------ .. jwi^i-mjm rtmui win provia
quartere in Cincinnati and in New York for the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations and its affiliates. The National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods, with 65,000 members in over four hundred
Siiterhoods throughout the world, is headed by Mrs. Louis A.
Rosett, of New Rochelle.
MRS. FINE INSTALLED
BY MIAMI AJC WOMEN
SUPPORT THE
COMMUNITY CHEST!
November 12-29
Mrs. Joseph M. Fine was in-
stalled as president of the Miami
chapter, Women's division of the
American Jewish Congress at a
membership brunch Wednesday
at Beth David.
Others installed were Mrs. Sid-
ney Stepkin, Mrs. Charles Be-
lanoff, Mrs. Sidney Boeninger,
vice presidents; Mrs. Morris M.
Weinberg, recording secretary;
Mrs. Sidney Alterman, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Isidore
Fine, financial secretary, and
Mrs. Joseph Bass, treasurer.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated.
Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, honorary
president of the Miami Beach
chapter and sponsor of the Miami
chapter, was guest speaker.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
WANTED
TWO VETERANS
College Background, Business Ex-
I perience. Panel Truck plus Small
Capital, for Legitimate Sound
Proposition.
P. O. Box 104, Miami
Basketball Tourney
Slated By Beach Y
Registration for the Beach Y
intramural basketball to
ment is open. Randy Polansky,
activities director, announces.
Teams signed up so far are the
Royal Palm, Poinciana and Fla-
mingo chapters of AZA and the
Brooklynites and South Beach
Youth club.
Date of the tourney will be an-
nounced shortly.
*jD.iKpn ^Sk ipv wn
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslry
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
UN SERVICE SLATED
A special United Nation- I
vice will be held at Temple
Emanu-El at 8 o'clock this I VI
ning. Rabbi David Raab will
preach on "Uniting the United
Nations."
Rabbi Raab has been elected to
the Miami Beach Zionist district
board of directors and the Greater
Miami Zionist Youth commission.
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Facilities tor treatments of acute
medical, and convalescent cases
Especially equipped for care of i
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habits. Psy- |
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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 to Members of
Dade County Medical Assn.
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MRS. ANNA PEPPER. 65, wife
of Abraham Pepper, vice presi-
dent of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox synagogue, died unexpectedly
Friday night in a local hospital.
A member of the Orthodox
Congregation, Beth David and
the Order of Eastern Star. Mrs.
Pepper came to Miami from
Gainesville over 20 years ago and
lived at 1274 S. W. Sixth st.
Surviving, besides her husband,
are f< uf sons. Dr. Max, Morns,
Benjamin and Sidney, all of Mi-
ami: a brother, Sam Erenkrantz.
of Providence, R. I., and five sis-
ters, Mrs. Dora Sofrenko, Mrs.
Jennie Sentleita and Mrs. Jessie
\\'i intraub, all of Jacksonville;
Mrs. Lena Segal, Orlando, and
Mrs. Rose Grossman, Gainesville.
Funeral services were held
Sunday afternoon at the Ahern
Funeral home with Rabbis Mur-i
ray Grauer, Max Shapne. Moses
Mescheloff and Simon April and
the Rev. Maurice Mamches offici-
ating. Burial was in the family
plot in Woodlawn park cemetery,
directed by Gordon Funeral home
JSSB Seeks Home For
Woman and Young Son
It isn't only the veteran who's
going homeless these days.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
president of the Jewish Socia
Service bureau, sought the help
of The Jewish Floridian this w< h
in finding living accommodations
for a woman and her 6-year-old
son who have been sleeping in
bus stations lately.
The pair, who have bee:. In
( Miami for almost a year, had bei n
sleeping in a hotel one night, a
rooming house the next, until
prices became prohibitive.
The woman is unable to go t"
WOrk because their is no place to
leave her child.
Mrs. Meyi rs sent out an appea
for "minimum decent physica
surroundings" for the two. The
child will be placed in a nursery
when a permanent residenct is
found, she said.
The bureau is also seeking
rooms to rent for refugee clients.
BJE Trains Teachers
For Religious Schools
ORLANSKY
Vlirahitin I. orlansky, 86, died Tues-
'!'> .ii hoim. i 108 > u sixth m Mi
hi re n on Ne l*oi k .in 12
mi men and .i- :i member uf the
Ji h i-h Ihodox i 'oiiRn Ration
Hi live* ins h If-'. Mi- la.i i irlansk) .
lwi ilu iKhti I -. Mi Rune Hers nd
lilmlvM Trneger, and i son,
1 i in. nil i.r Miami, Services
wi In Id in Hi.- Palmer ch ipel, Ith
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I'.-i. 58, died Satur-
S, W Second
'- .' > i: aau fl-iml
Surviving are three
ean Stotland, Mrs
nii.-ii
Wol-
WOLPER
Sarah H'o

ved h
; Id, Maw
Mrs
Piphman and Mr. Tlllle
1 h, Max and Sidney
i. all i.:* Mi.tun Servl en In SwinK
n arranged by Palmer Pun.
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BERENBERG
Hen lu rg-, 62, \ lultor from
Mimii mil i, Minn dh .1 I-': Ida) II.
Ji ffi i i. ave, Mi..in
- Burvlved bj in- wlfi
H.....berg; Hi'". -"ii-
lirei daughter*, one whom,
'' Hi M .iii.i. liven hi Mlam
The hod) ;i- --Hi lu Minn.-
the Klvi nidi Memorial
i Kervlcei and burial.

TUPLER
foi Harry Till. .
' H iturdaj nigh) at hit
Weal lllli hi Mi.,,,,
Iteach Me
da; h Ith burial ii
N'!......metery. Mr. Tuplcr, who
Miami from ('hie-ago thre
a .. retired hardwari
I'hli ..c.. and fi a lime
ml.....( the Pad.- county i.rli-.
:" il id thi UPA M. ...
' Ma mil ..i.i. thi
' i: nth and 7......isi~ ... Am. -
- Ife, K.uini.-. he I. iven
Jennnette and Kvlvla
* n Uonard. all of Miami
"aeh: In- father, Samuel, and a
in.. I.-.II, .., -
''' i hi i an ufi bited
..... Ices,
Sunday School and Hebrew
school teacl er training is being
conducted by the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Abraham P,
Cannes, executive director, said
this week.
T e Sunday School teachi r
training institute, now in its sec
ond year will: an enrollmei I o
12 young people, meets eacl
Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. ii
the offices of the bureau Pel
n* 17 years old Or mole an
eligible to register.
J. Stadlin is instructor for thi
Hebrew teachers training group
which is meeting temporarily a:
he Miami Beach Jewish Centei
rom 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. each Tues-
ay. The course is limited to stu-
who have an advanced
knowledge ,,: Hebrew.
Registration may be made al
he BJE offices in the Congress
building.
Hi
BLUMBERG
Morris lllumberg, :.:.. 0f ;:; ,.,..
'vanli. "V died Mondai A ,-.-.
.;' ': "- here three yean
1 ?". N V M. wan .,
'' ; World Wni Sui
vlvlns are hi* wife, Mr. Ella Blum-
. *>' Kred and Robert
"d Jlx brother, Th. bod)
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13, ... 1240 Ocean
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irvived b) 1,1- wife.
" i man
Temple Beth Sholom
To Have Nursery School
Federation Committee
Hears Budget Requests
Morning nur.-ery school classes
are being planned by Temple
Beth Sholl m, it was announced
this week.
Classes for children from threi
and one half to five years will be
taught by Bess Goner from 9 a.
m. to noun five days a wiek at
the Temple.
Mrs. Allen Becker is chairman
of the nursery school which is a
project of the Sisterhoed.
The school will be under the
>'l"i vision i f a Miami Beach
pediatrician to insure hygienic-
conditions.
Tiansp. rtation nay be ar-
ia: ged.
SUPPORT THE
COMMUNITY CHEST!
LEGAL NOTICES
IN ii.INTV .11 |.i;i:s COURT
I'.ni. t'ounty, Florida
.''. "I SAMIKI, U (IBS.
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m.i Hi: ok INTKNTION in m ivr
-Mi'i.i.'v n..\ p,,,: i-i.wi,
idsiii \i:i;i-:
, ,NVr",T: ,ls HRKBMY I1IVEN that
',".", '"' ''.....K-harte aa Ad-
' eatat. of Samuel
; ",,'"', '' "'' > and that on
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Max Kroloff, member of the
national executive committee 11
the Joint Defense Appeal, and
: Harry Shapiro, representative of
the B'nai B'rith Wider Scope pro-
gram, arc scheduled to appeal
before the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation budget committee
Monday evening.
The committee, headed by Her-
bert Scher, completed its study of
the Bureau of Jewish Education'?
budget last Monday evening and
also heard requests from the
'American Jewish Conference.
! American Biro-Bidjan committee
Torah Umesorah, Jewish Laboi
i'i nimittee and the Jewish Pub-
, liction Society of America.
i Dr. Louis Sadoff and Mr. Du-
benov of Miami represented the
Jewish Labor committee.
The budget committee will pre-
sent its recommendations for al-
locations to the Federation board
of directors in December.
Beach Y Youth to Hold
Post-Hallowe'en Dance
1946
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A post-Halowe'en dance will
be held by the Beach Y's youth
council Sunday evening, Nov. 3.
Refreshments and an orchestra
are promised. Dances are held
weekly by the council.
GIVE ONCE FOR ALLI
COMMUNITY CHEST!
THANKS
""if .'
I am sincerely grateful for your support
and vote in the primary election.
Thanks, Folks.
I. D. "D0U3." MacVicar
(Paid PollUca) Adv.)
'"a.rni;*S
; ""sored M, "S
-Cment of Miss C^S
>' the Beaux A-?*l
. P^eeds of ,he CWJJ
he P support orpha^
childr.Ti in Palestine. ^
z rars' :he -ft?
more than
..illy.
in8 Mrs. Weitfti A
'"dames DaiJ!j
(S' Block. RohatV
.' ^'1. Rose Jfcl,,^,
c 1-BraunandEJu
man.
the affair (-
Won ,, by the board of did
"t t < ; ..mc of Mrs. CouU
S^ W. Eighth ct.
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METHODISTS TURN OVER CHURCH
TO JEWISH CENTER ORGANIZATION
II..:i,.ii. Richardson, lay leader of Simpson Methodist Church.
whose building was turned 1 ver rent free- to the newlv organized
Fort Greene Jewiah Center. Brooklyn. N.Y., is shown opening the
church door for Philip Schechtman. president of the Fort Greene
Center. In a sunn of interfaith amity, the Methodists turned over the
church to the1 Jewish Center, formerly housed in a three-storv resi-
dence, for a period of three years rent free.
L( ft to right: Isaiah Cash, chairman of the educational committee-
of the' Fort Greene Jewish Center: Mr. Richardson; Mr. Schechtman:
Mrs. Sophia Lauterbach, representative of the Metropolitan Section
I tne National Jewish Welfare board, which was instrumental in
locating the building as well as in helping the Center in its pro-
gramming: Rev. Harry B. Belcher, >upenntendent of the Brooklyn
and Long Island Church Society of the Methodist Church, a trustee
BSencv: and Mrs. I. Schachne. chairman of the Women's Auxiliary
of the Fort Greene Jewish Center.
IS thvbtSl'
J VOUNG BUSINESS Ml*
j RespecUbl*, year.roun ,
! desires MNGLE rfbov ,,
Jew.5H home that ha! \_
roomers References e>ctul
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J C ;..*iSh Floridian. SuB
Miami 18, Florida
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TO PRESENT CONCERT NEXT WEEK
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JCRS to Hold Meeting.
Emphasize Local Work
To start its second year, the
Miami chapter ol the
Consumi lives' Relief so-
ciety W,H hold an o,xn meeting
;',<" social at 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Caribbean hotel. Mrs. Rose'
Will preside.
Plans for the annual dance, to
M held at the Cadillac hotel Nov.
'> will be outlined.
William Levine, vi
dent, and
h are
events
The organizatii n has adopted
v policy of concentrating its
work locally before supporting
projects outside oi the ana. How-
n will continue contribut-
ing to nati nal JCRS work in
Denver.

. vice presi-
Mrs. I.e. Gainsbor-
arranging the two
Malakoff Joins Staff
Of Jewish Federation
Milton S. Malakoff, former di-
rector of public information of
the National Jewish Welfare
board in-New York, has joined
the staff of the
Greater Miami
Jewish Federa-
tion.
Malakoff
founded the
first Anglo-
Jewish weekly
news paper in
Miami, the Jew-
ish Digest,
which was pub-
lished during
1926.
A native ol
M. S. Malakoff
iThe concert, sponsored by the Musicians Club of America. P'V
Chairmen Are Appointed
For Zionist Conclave
n f0lk melodies as well as religious scores will be Jh, ;ild tubercu-|has been engagedta^ubE^ei.!
,dby members of the Westminster Choir when they 'a' Prt-wta, .specially needy tions, editorial and advertising
-t the White Temple auditorium at 8:30 p.m. Wednes n.es; at. *ck?" Memorial hos- work for more than 20 years.
They are pro- Graduate of the University of Printing
Singer,
the Seattle Jewish Transcript and
editor of the New York Jewish
cted by John Finley Williamson, the_ choir will sing a Rabbi Lazaron Retires
Harold Shapiro, chairman of
the ninth annual conference of
the Southeastern Zionist region,
appointed convention chairmen
this week in preparation for the
mid-November conclave to be
held at the Beach.
Highlight of the convention will
be a banquet at the Fleetwood
hotel Nov. 18 with Dr. Israel
Goldstein, past president of the
ZOA, as principal speaker. Mat-
thew Silverstein is banquet chair-
man.
Other convention workers are
Ed Levin, transportation chair-
man; S. A. Goodman and Abra-
ham Gannes, youth; Oscar Lel-
chuk, advertising; Ed Singer and
Alex Van Straaten, entertain-
ment; Max Meisel and Lelchuk,
J funds for the colony for retired musicians which will u'l B,bl' hments and Washington, he was founder of
Jed |n Miami. The concert is under the Ruth Brotman tions.
Tribune. He has been associated
with the Jewish Telegraphic
rol songs that run the gamut from Bach's "The Spirit BALTIMORE (JTA)-The Bal- Agency' and "tta New YoTFel H. K.plan. religi
iHelpeth Us" to the entertaining American Street Cries, timore Hebrew Congregation has eration and operated a public re- ard Geor

pules wartime ballad, '"Robert Young," and the "Navajo announced the retirement of So- rations agency for several years.
ance No. 1." composed especially for the choir, will alsc nior Rabbi Morns S. Lazaron and Mrs. Malakoff and their chil-
uded in the concert. tbbi i mi ri- dren, Marion and Fred, are mak-
L choir is noted for its excellent interpretations of major tus- Rabbi Lazaron, who has.ing their home in Miami with
P. ...i._ ^( r.11 Hosrriotions. ,iV1' in many Jewish him. Mrs. Malakoff was formerly
causes, spent marly 32 years as secretary to Joseph Beck, execu-
lal leader of the congre- tive director of the National Refu-
tation. | gee Service.
'works of all descriptions.
JACOB TO BEGIN
frrl SERVICE
ling services for intermedi-
d the junior congregation
held at Congregation Beth
Saturday.
i agers will begin their
g at 9 a under the di-
- of the board
icatior.. Max Bertman will
junior congrega-
lary school stu-
which will meet at 10 a.m.
community building.
er will be ju-
ntor, X g Hirsch will dc-
| rmonette and Norman
ir will present the Bible
Bry at thi junior services,
push ana refreshments will
Wed after the two youth
M Joseph Brenner
e hest.
It services are scheduled
.15 p.i Fi iday, 8:30 a.m.
lay and Mincha, 5:15 p.m.
lay, followed by Shalos
1 l.scheloff will
on "Sudden Peace" in the
r.g and I portion of the
during Mincha.
ppecial induction exercise to
ire m rits of the re-
is school is set for 7 p.m.
Malvina Weiss
'e chair: i
Beach Congress Women
To Attend Musicale
New members will be tl
mission price for the members
of the Miami Beach Women's di-
vision, American Jewish Con-
gress, at the membership rally J
and musicale 1 p.m. Monday at
the Wofford hotel, 240n (
avc.
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraul
be mistress of ceremonies and
Mrs. Louis Glasser, president.
will welcome the guests
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will be provided by Wil-
liam Delseit, baritone, accom-
panied by Ruby Carson at the
piano; Mrs. Lillian Kraff. lyric
soprano; Mrs. Evelyn Gold.-tein.'
concert pianist.
In charge of the affair is the
membership committee, consist-
ing of Mrs. Jerome Kimball. Mrs.
Morris Rabinowitz, Mrs. Jack
Janoff and Mrs. Frank Weiss.
MJOC Women Sponsor
Card Party Sunday
A card and mah jongg party
will be sponsored by the Sister
hood of the Miami Jewish Orl
dox Congregation Sunday eve
ning at the Talmud Torah, 154'
S. W. Third st., Mrs. E. Karger
president, announces.
Refreshments will be serv d
Mrs. Max Mintzcr and Mrs G
August will be hostesses.
Proceeds from the series of af-
fairs which the Sisterhood wi
hotel arrangements;
Ernie Levin, fishing; Meisel,
chairman, and Jack Burris, Mrs.
Archer Simonson and Andre
Bialolenki, editorial; Dr. Jacob
gious; Alfred Stone
Talianoff, public-
ity; Charles Freefield, registra-
tion; Meisel, Burris, Stone, Talia-
noff, Van Straaten and Nat Han-
kofi, hospitality.
GIVE ONCE FOR ALL!
SUPPORT THE
COMMUNITY CHEST!
+
Center Director
| Address Youth
S an, new executive hold this season will be devotei
Miami Beach to the Talmud Torah.
Jh Cent<:. a ill address the "
fall meeting of the AZA-
l-Bar Mitzva beakfast group
m. Sunday at the Center.
to; people over 13 years are
led.
N' "s serv ces are sched-
_, .fl : this evening.
Blrving Lehrman will speak
ie weekly p irtion of the law
M:m. Saturday. Junior con-
ption win mee, at 1Q am
Jre-kindergarten for chil-
Fagtd three to five years is
Pja by the Center from 9
Vnl noon Monday through
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BINGO PARTY AIDS
ASTHMATIC CHILDREN
To increase its membership
fund for underprivileged asth-
matic children, Greater Miami
chapter of the National Home for
Jewish Children will hold a bingo
party at 8:30 p.m. Monday in the
auditorium of the National hotel,
1677 Collins ave.
Mrs. Alex Subernran and Mis.
Harry Weiss are in charge of the
affair.
Mrs. Irving Miller, president, is
calling a board meeting for 11
a.m. Tuesday at the Royal Palm
hotel. Directors will discuss the
ad book for raising funds to pur-
chase a station wagon for the
Home in Denver and the member-
ship tea to be held Nov. 5 al thi
Blackstone hotel. Mrs. Sam
Leschel is chairman of that evi nl
Brunch will be served to the
board promptly at 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday. Hostesses will be the
Mcsdames Abe Pollack. Herman
Wronker, Isadore Tannen, Larry
Siegel, I A. Goldmann, Alfred
Greenwald, Rose Goudiss and
Rose Stcinhouscr.
u v^.l t Bai* $2 000.000 Toward $4,000,000 National
C::PXk fir p"rn$. Mediea. Schoo. at Hbr.w Utility
Miami Y Dramatics
To Begin Monday
nation of volunw
'."Athene.??"*!
Mtruction and ?il**\
a'"-11'keynote, RH
war triennial convent! 1 *l
National Ccuncil7Si3
,,n ,' be hold from >'
in Dallas, Tex. '3M
twn will be Mrs. N7 9 I
hams. presideWi UJ
Stanley C. Myers.
For the tint time In h |
Council will make an ^
the convention to th T*
woman [ this *1
made the most notable ."11
tion to human .... 5^1
Dramatics classes for children
will begin at the Miami V Mon
clay afternoon under the super-
vision of Miss Alberta P>.
new dramatics counsellor.
A graduate of the University
of Miami. Miss Bergh is assistant
to Fred Koeh, jr., head of the uni-
versity's drama department.
Dramatics instruction will be
offered each Monday and Wed-
nesday afternoon as part of the
Y's youth activities.
Other courses are dancing, at
3 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday,
and arts and crafts, 4 p.m. Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Declaring that a Palestine Medical School Cam-
paign ih an "urgent necessity," Judge Simon EL
Rifkiml, former Advisor on Jewish Affairs to
General;Eisenhower, launched the New York
campaign f the Medical School for Palestine
which *eek to raise half of the $4,000,000 na-
tional quota now being sought by the American
Friends of the Hebrew University and Hadassah.
(left to right) Mrs. David de Sola Pool, associate
N. Y. chairman; Judge Rifkind, U. S. District
Court; Col. Frederick F. Greenman, chairman,
Y Y. campaign; and Col. Harold Riegelman and
Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn,national co-chairmoa.
Asks Greater Support
For Hadassah Work
Beth Tfilah Services
Myers Addresses
Regional CJFWF Parley
Stanley C. My< rs ol Miami,
national president of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds, was one of the prin-
cipal speakers at the southwest-
ern states regional conference of
the CJFWF Oct. 12 and 13 in
S revej La.
Myers stressed the necessitj ol
local communities cooperal g as
member agencies of the council
to solve their mutual problems.
Services at Bith Tfilah are
scheduled for 5:30 p.m. this eve-
ning and 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
. Joseph E. Rackovsky will
conduct the Shabbos Rosh Cho-
desh services and will speak on
"A Haven of Safety in a World
of Chaos."
Mincha will be held at 4:30 p.
in. Saturday and will be followed
Aids Child Rescue Work
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Rabbi Leon Kronish will
pleach on "Do Jews Believe in
the Messiah" at Temple Beth,
Sholorr. this evening in com-
moration of United Nations1
week. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low,
Elliot Simons will bee me Bai
Mitzva during services Saturday
morning at 10:45 a.m.
Increased strength in Hadassah
to carry on th( progi a n of res-
cuing destitute Jews from Eun pe
was urged by Mrs. I. D. Shapiro,
Southeastern regional president,
at a meeting of the t wn group
Moi day,
Miss Elsa Ti mple, social worker
who lived in Palestine for Id by Shalos Sudos.
years, desci ibi d the spii it of the
people in the Holy Land.
Committee reports were made
by Mrs. Tina Kotkin, chairman
of membership; Mrs. Moe Fein-
gold, y utli alryah (child welfare):
Mrs. David Sernaker, Hadassah
1 i rganization; Mrs. Har-
old Cohen, Jewish National Fund:
Mrs. Joel Belov, American af-
fairs: Mrs. Victor Mell, trees: Mr-
Frank Kline, publicity,
Mrs. Ben Essen, Miami chair-
man of the sos drive to collect
food and clothing for Eun peans,
made an appeal for Had.:
cooperation. Mrs. Victor Mell is
in charge of donations from the
organization.
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Ills. W.
A substantial contribution to
the Child Rescue fund was made
by L. Bloch at a buffet dinner
given by the Pioneer Women's
Organization, club number one.
al tl e hi me of Mr. and Mrs. Joel
/.alls Sunday evening.
Mrs. Pearl Raidman, chairman
of the fui d, was hostess.
30th id., will be hostess to the
board of directos Monday after-
noon. Mrs. Joseph Carp will
pn ide.
COLLEGE GIRL
PERMANENT RESIDENT
Denres to Share Apartment or
Room with Refined Young Wom-
an or Room with Private Family.
Will Furnish Reference!.
WRITE MISS CLARE
P. O. Box 2973, Miami
WANTED
By Middle-Aged Man, Position
ai Cashier in Theatre. Restau-
rant or Hotel or Office Assistant.
Can Furnish Bond and Refer,
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WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Tuesday. October 29th at 4:00 P.M.
With a hill line of Roumanian Broilings and Jewish-
Americar dishes. We are ready to cater to our clientele
with the best food at reasonable prices, prepared by our
famous Roumanian and International Chef. PAUL.
Special attention will be given to private parties, wed-
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Respectfully yours.
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MIAMI CONGREGATION
TO ELECT OFFICERS
Miami Hebrew School and Jun-
ior Congregation will elect offi-
cers Nov. 4 at the Biscayne Tem-
ple, 120 N.W. 15th ave. A nom-
inating committee was appointed
last night to select candidates.
Members of the executive
board met last night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner,
3020 S.W. Fourth ave,
von to human welfare feT
:sh^ a."^\
The enclave-loth eor,vJ
m 1893-wiU be attended Tl
more than 400 delegatesU?
enting 65.000 members ^'
Th< local section wiU hold ki
opining luncheon today ,,1
Rite Plaza hotel. A Klf\
discussion on the United NjZI
will be conducted by Dr AcdZI
W. Gott chalL Rabbi IrvuifTZI
man and the Rev. Paul N.Jeid
MJGUST BROS aw
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PAGE WINE
WORKING ON SATURDAY
1 M. Cohen (he's the honorary president ot the na-
'* Brith) tells me he has been watching the want ad
LZ the daily press hopefully.
' jler another advertisement specifies that the job is on
DETROIT COUPLE SEEKr
RUNAWAY SON HERE
)ne
'? week, which generally means Saturday oft.
Im Cohen foresees the timeas he well may when the
"j holiday will be universal. Then what excuse will
he for not being observers of their Sabbath? No excuse
nrt Mr Cohen's rapt eyes envisage lews jam-packing
tynagocjues on the Sabbath.
Believed to be in Miami, 15-
year-old Seymour Ralph Stark,
who left his Detroit home Sept.
23, is being sought by his par-
ents.
He is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, weighs

v that Mr. Cohen,
; lzying at his bright
. aware of
on,

aWare,, Will
., g he wonders: Will
When t tey have Saturday
.universal consent, observe
should tell you something
j ,h0 v.v Mr. Cohen him-
rith the Sabbath. He
misses being in the syna-
L of which he has been a
Bhcr more than 60 years. He
guest on the altar in
ferena to his many years and
faithful service.
, i should add that he is
at religious worship on Sun-
' Next door to Mr. Cohen's
stands a Presbyterian
\ is life Mr. Cohen
inK.(l i rches for the broth-
(lood of What more sig_
fccant wa> of being brotherly
atten g the neighbor's
irch? S Mr. Cohen is at his
ksbyteriai neighbor's services
ery Sum
For a number of years he has
en the gui >' o{ honor at the
nual dim r of this church and
given his benediction.
io you see, Mr. Cohen's hope
a universal Sabbath observ-
}ce amonn Jews is well based
the fine example of his per-
oal devotion. He has been
bubled on account of the Jew-
who in their own
obedience to the
hse
urch.
merchant keep his place open on
(Nowadays it is rare to
sign on a window: "Clost I on
account of the Jewish Sabbath. '
I have been reading the lament
of rabbis in a certain city in
which Jewish establishn
kept open even on the recent
Saturday that was Yom Kippur;
though the rabbis had admon-
ished the business men to close
up at least on that Saturday.)
On account of all that,
ful Mr. Cohen was exulting in the
five-day week as observed in the
help wanted ads. He could hope
that Jews released from the I 01 d-
oge of economic facts would re-
turn to the synagogue on the
Sabbath.
(In the temple the Sabbath
congregations consist mainly of
elderly ladies who have come to
say Kaddish for their dead: in
the orthodox synagogue- tl e Sab-
bath congregations are mostly
elderly men who no longer have
any urgent business to summon
them from their Sabbath devo-
tions.)
Well, I muse, maybe the five-
day week will bring us around
to the synagogue on the Sabbath.
There will be no excuse for stay-
ing away and then Israel may
pack the synagogue on the Sab-
bath even as he does on Yom
Kippur. Israel back at its anc-
ient devotions after all the negli-
ORTHODOX:
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301 311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Cantor Louis D. Feder. BETH
TFILAH SYNAGOGUE, 935
Euclid ave., Miami Beach,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION, 590 S. W.
17th ave., Miami, Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer, Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
REFORM:
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th
St., Miami; Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman.
CONSERVATIVE:
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID,
135 N. W. Third ave., Miami,
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Cantor
Abraham Friedman. MIAMI
BEACH JEWISH CENTER,
1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel
Sloan, executive director.
LIBERAL:
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144
Chase ave., Miami Beach; Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
1(50 pountls, has black wavy hair,
brown eyes and a half-inch,
shaped scar on his forehead
ovi r his right eye.
Anyone knowing information
whereabouts is
asked to notify his father. Hy-
';'. 16 H / Iwood, De-
troit, ;. Mich.
dent; Leonard A. Wien and Al-
vin Cassell, vice presidents; Am-
id P. Rosen, secretary; Joseph M.
Lipton, financial secretary and
Maurice Cromer, treasurer.
Alumni directors are Bill Jor-
don. Dr. Max Pepper, Henry Ho-
houser, Ely R. Katz, Alvin C.
Richter, Bernard Wall, Richard
E. Lear, Irving Cypen, Edward
i. Lovitz and Arnold Rubin. E.
Max Goldstein is delegate to
Florida chapters.
YPL To Meet Monday
Young Peoples league of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
hold an open meeting at 8:30 p.m.
Monday in the Center.
gent years when he simply had
""ir'VwLfcT'aljblltO be at his work on Saturday!
they Bet in their Sab- ... ;,
(Mama, admonished by Israels
example in the synagogue, will
put off her shopping to another
day.)
But only the other day I was
speaking to a Methodist min-
ister in our lown. He was aw-
fully discouraged with Sunday
attendance in his church. There
was always the same handful,
though he had been trying his
best to bring people to church.
I had been telling him how
hard it is to get Jews to the
synagogue on Saturday.
"But Saturday is a work-day
nd Jews have to stick to their
i
Bering
Mh schools.
the Sabbath school a child
arns h, should honor the Sab-
sinci it is holy. Its holi-
is established in the Ten
lomman di nts.
But at home he learns some-
hing else. On the Sabbath his
ha; perforce gone to his
fork. His mother has gone
ut her snopping and, may-
:n the afternoon she has a
Ibri.lge game. There is no Sab-
|batr. in the child's house.
I If he is fairly bright, the child
hay wonder: What's his Sab-
PI LAM TO INSTALL
LOCAL CHAPTER
Ten students will be initiated
into Pi Lambda Phi when the
ft at< rnity installs Omega Eta, its
University of Miami chapter, at
3 p.m. tomorrow in ceremonies
at the Roney Plaza hotel. William
N. Milniker of New York, nation-
al council president, will offi-
ciate. A banquet will be held in
the Imperial room at (i p.m.
Those who will be initiated are
Norton S. Pallot, president; Paul
S. Furman, vice president; Mel-
vin Green, secretary; Stanley
Seher. treasurer, and Stanley
Brown, Robert Bronner, Jack
Courshon, I. Frank Davis, I. E.
Getzug and Richard Zion
The local chapter of alumni,
which received its charter in
April, has 100 members and is
headed by Paul H. Marks, presi-
Beach Youth Center
To Open With Dance
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A Hallowe'en dance for senior
high school students will official-
ly open the Miami Beach Youth
enter, Washington ave. and Dade
blvd., at 8 p.m. tomorrow.
Junior high school students
will have a dance at the center
next Saturday evening, accord-
inn to Esther H. Cohen, chairman
of the arrangements committe.
Joe Danyer, senior at Miami
Be ach High school, is president.
Each Beach school will choose a
vice president.
Winner of 4he contest to name
the center will be announced at
the affair tomorrow evening.
:;:/ :, '' :'C!,ing WOrt^ an .jobs on that day." he said. The
SlElS? *?2L\l some excuse. But what excuse
is there for a Christian not being
in church on Sunday, his day of
the
pas it any relationship to
palities of lift ?
The child may not put it in
N these words. He may ex-
pss it in disdain for all the
phing he ^ete from his relig-
FB K* ol. To a child a moral
Pr : idling is valid in
foportion he sees it practiced
p his elders
Mr. c sn't quarreling with
pe child', tather for being at
f ;..bath. He knows
Vt awful pressure that's in eeo-
PJiic facts and in this new world
F> m the e limes it has become
|st imp ssible for Jews to be
pDbatn observers,
[^employer requires that the
, W()lk'i' he on his job on
"'(li,v as on any other day.
emands of competitive busi-
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This minister sighed ... 'I
guess it's human nature."
This causes me to ask: Will
human nature in Jew- summon
them to stay away from the
gogue when Saturday becomes a
day of rest for all'.'
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Plan Cancer Control
Initial phases of a move to
bring cancer under control in
Dade county will be mapped at
a state-wide meeting of the Flor-
ida division, American Cancer
society, in Tampa Monday and
Tuesday by Mrs. Clyde A. Epper-
son, commander of the society's
field army here.
Commanders from all over the
state will study practical applica-
tions of the latest methods of in-
structing the public in essential
facts about cancer. Key leaders
in the national fight on the dis-
ease will outline plans for their
counties.
Congress Women Ask
State Action On KKK
A request for the outlawing of
the Ku Klux Klan in Florida was
made this week by the Miami
Beach Women's division of the
American Jewish Congress, Mrs.
Louis Glasser, president, an-
nounced.
Gov. Millard Caldwell was
asked to cooperate with the AJC
commission on law and social ac-
tion in ferreting the KKK.
Nationally, AJC has asked gov-
ernors and attorney generals ol
42 states to revoke KKK charters
and Attorney General Tom (.'lark
has been approached wil an ap
peal for Suitable federal aelr n.
DBG THEATER PARTY !yS Kenfuc7y,CGeS :
DBG chapter, B'nai B'rith Jersey and Pennsylvaniahave
will hold a theater party at the taken action against the Klan
Tower theater next Thursday and along lines advocated by the con-
Friday, according to Miss Sonya Bress-
Pallot. Tickets may be obtained I
from the committee chairman. | GIVE TO THE
Miss Murial Axlrod, or any other COMMUNITY CHEST
DBG member. NOVEMBER 12-29
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Samuel Haunnan, New York mdu-
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enterprise*, i- the Chairman of the
Committee of Sponsors of the Expan.
tion Campaign f Yethiva University,
the lir-t and only Jewish Unirersity in
the America*. Associated with Mr;
Hauiman a- Honorary Chairmen are:
Dr. Samuel Helkin, President of
Yethiva University, Hon. Nathaniel
Goldttein, Attorney General for the
Slate of New York, Hon. Lazarus
Joseph, Comptroller of the City of New
York, and the Hon. Samuel Levy,
i hair man. Board of Director* of Ye-
sluva University and former President
of the Borough of Manhattan. A hiah-
liajil of this year's drive ill be the
Yethiva University Dinner to be held
at the Until Aitor, Sunday evening,
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Mrs. Rose Sch-
wartz, daughter of the late Max
Wohl, of Hollywood, Fla., will
take place at 9:30 a.m. Sunday in
the Jewish section of Woodlawn
Park cemetery. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will officiate. Arrangements
are in charge of Sidney H. Pal-
mer of the Miami Monument
company. Friends and relatives
are requested to attend.
A monument memorializing
the late Maxwell Auerbach, 1860
S.W. Fourth st., will be unveiled
at 11 a.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo
cemetery. Rabbi Simon April
will officiate. Arrangements are
in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of
the Miami Monument company.
Friends and relatives are request-
ed to attend.
The unveiling of a monument
to the late Mrs. Minnie Marlow,
1525 Pennsylvania ave., will be-
held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Ne-
bo cemetery. Arrangements are
in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of
Organization of a West Palm Beach Hadassah chapter was
announced following a meeting Friday at Temple Beth El.
Mrs. Israel D. Shapiro, of Auqusta, Ga., regional president, was ,
guest speaker and enrolled 25 women to form the new chapter. December 8th. One of the first projecti
._,._.,, ] in the Univertity'i academic and ph>
Women of B nai B nth met at
s i r memorial hall Tuesday
evening.
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at
the University of Florida has
pledged Arthur Leibovit, Richard
Ramus, David Aaron, Jack Acker-
man and Elliot Argintar of West
P.dm Beach.
Temple Beth El held its an- Baltimore, Md.
nual picnic at Bethesda park
Sunday. Mrs. Dezso Julius was
general chairman.
Ri En nts were served by
the Sisti :
Mrs. Chris Erin ston and daugh-
ter, Kathryn, 217 Almeria id..
are spending several weeks in
Fay Cantor has replaced Mrs.
Lillian Crystal as president of
B'nai Stars. Mrs. Crystal an-
nounced her resignation at a
meeting held at the home of Mrs.
Melvin Fried. 1601 Florida ave.
in I lie
ieal expantion program, to which the
fund; raiseil will !>e devOled, is the
talili'limenl of another College of Lib-
eral Art- and Science! intended priuiu
iil> fur returning serviieinen.
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Jack Barash is in Germans- with
the post exchange of the U. S.
Army. His wife, Mrs. Emma The Stars will hold a games party tion will be State Legislator Bill
Williams To Discuss UN
Dr. Russell A. Williams will
speak on the United Nations at
the B'nai B'rith Sholem ledge
luncheon at 12:15 p.m. today in
the Downtown club restaurant
Revision of Florida's constitu-
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MJOC SERVICES
Mrs. Harry Met?., 212 S. Sapi-
dalla st., has returned from a
month's vacation in New York.
Monti eal, Canada, and Detroit.
While away, she attended the
wedding of her nephew, S. Lim-
berger. Mr. and Mrs. Limbergei
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Datura St., on their return to
West Palm Beach.
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OCTOBER 25, 1946
Hween You and Me9'
V By BORIS SMOLAR
^J*wisMI>oridiat)
PAGE ELEVEN
Icopy"
ght, 1946> Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
U. TALK:
time this is published,
'Ttalks between the
Z rnmer.t and the Jew-
C will have been broken
rnow becomes more and
Lous that Britain does
Kto give the Jews any-
fe than the "federaliza-
Ltion of establishing a
,e in Palestine is at
Farther from solution
[before Some Zion-
, are therefore mapping
btegy, especially with
increased Jewish im-
I to Palestine ... As a
[the atmosphere which
during the informal
teen the British repre-
I and the leaders of the
eency, a suspicion ex-
Britain was not sincere
bffering its "federaliza-
T... The offer, it is be-
las'made only because
government knew in
fat neither the Jews nor
I would accept it .
Ijegy behind the making
fer was merely to pre-
Palcstine issue from
kore the United Nations
(Assembly by arguing
atter is now under dis-
the parties directly
with the Palestine
I.. The Jewish Agency
roncentrate a good deal
pities around the United
in Washington .
hey has purchased a
1 New York for its of-
I will send from Pales-
|of the people who are
led for diplomatic ac-
ESTIC SCENE:
now that Soviet Rus-
ning daily Yiddish
[rams to the United
bh broadcast lasting 45
|. There was quite a
the seems in New
I the order in which the
1 Jewish organizations
ear under an invitation
ption tendered to Dr.
istein, adviser on Jew-
to the U.S. military
|in Europe. The or-
which arranged the
Included the American
nference, the American
nmittee, the Joint Dis-
Committce, the Jewish
the World Jewish
I It was in this order
(fficial news of the re-
M sent out, to the great
pon of the World Jew-
ess which objected to
last. .. In memoran-
"r jSr.'
dum submitted jointly by Jewish
organizations to the Peace Con-
ference in Paris, the World Jew-
Jewish Congress was listed first
after similar bargaining.
The Union of American Hebrew
Congregations now has about
100,000 members, as compared to
the 2,700 who joined the ranks of
Reform Judaism seventy-three
years ago when the Union was
formed. An exhibition of Pales-
tine industrial products, arts and
crafts will open in New York in
January 1947 and will tour the
principal cities of the United
States. .

THE BRANDEIS WAY:
The great role which Justice
Louis D. Brandeis played in the
Zionist movement and in secur-
ing the Balfour Declaration is
revealed for the first time in all
its details by Prof. Alpheus
Thomas Mason in "Brandeis
A Free Man's Life," published
by the Viking Press...
This 700 page biography of the
late Justice of the U.S. Supreme
Court is the best analysis of his
life ever written ... A close friend
of Brandeis, Prof. Mason is able
to tell of many phases of his life
of which little or nothing was]
known. For instance, we learn ]
that Brandeis never attended,
synagogue services or other re-,
ligious observances. Also that |
Brandeis' grandfather and great
grandfather were devout Frank-
ists, but that their wives remain-
ed orthodox. Also that the per-
son who planted the seeds of
sympathy for Zionism in the
completely assimilated Brandeis
was his uncle Lewis Naphtali
Dembitz, whp^ in 1845 reverted to
strict orthodoxy at the age of 13,
after making acquaintance with
an orthodox classmate at a board-
ing school in Prague. Not until
1910 did Brandeis come in con-
tact with Jews as a group. .
He was then 54 years old. His
effective interest in the Zionist
movement started in 1912. .
From a list of gifts made by
Brandeis between 1905 and 1939
we learn for the first time that
he contributed about $615,000 to
Jewish charities and Zionism
during that period. Up till 1913
his contributions for Jewish
causes did not exceed $200 a year.
. Later they ran in the tens of
thousands of dollars each year.
. And in 1937 they exceeded
$77,000 as compared with $62,000
in the previous year ... The vol-
ume relates in great detail how
Brendeis met with Balfour short-
ly before the issuance of the Bal-
four Declaration and how he was
active in Washington in securing
American approval of what be-
came the Balfour Declaration
and the British mandate for
Palestine. It also goes into
great length in describing the
feud between Brandeis and Weiz-
man. .
Congress Charges
N. Y. News With Bias
WASHINGTON. (JTA) The
oriBhTal hV'Sed "&* of its
origins charges recently that
the New York "Daily News" has
I been prejudiced in its handling
of news about Jews and nSSH
I'cias of the "Daily News" an-
W ^ the end of a four-dav
hearing before the Federal Com
munitions Commission on the
newspaper's application for a
{Hquercv modulation radio sta- :
taSri \3(i an;,lvsis- a more de-
tailed and corrected study of
charges originally introduced a
InTZV" Nt'W York- is based
on a comparison of news items
anneannc in the "Daily News"
mth similar items Drifted in four
fiZ X6W X* DUDels- The con-
w k I,.censo on wounds of
newspaper.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dadc Courtly, Florida
RE ESTATE OF
MARY UVWLER,
A K A MARY LAW LOR and
MART A. LAWLER.
l>.....t&Sed.
NoTIO: of INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL, DIS-
< CHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
riled imr final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Ancillary Admin-
istrator of the estate of MARY LAW-
LKli. A/K/A MARY LAWUIR and
MARY A. 1.AWI.F.!:. deceased: and
Hint on the 1Mb day of November.
1948. will apply to the Honorable W.
P. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
county. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of MARY LAWLER, A/K/A
MARY LAWI.oR and MARY A.
LAWLER. deceased.
'I'lii- Mill dav of October. 1 ft 1.
,, ,. MAX R. SILVER
MAX R SILVER.
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator.
IO/lg-25 li
ifpi. M
IRVING BCHWAM
WILLIAM PIAfl!(S,T*UaU8T
Attorney for Applicants.
l-l i i ongress lildg.
I" 25 II 1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sun Ray Sportswear Manufacturing
Company at 2163 N.W. Seventh ave.,
Miami, Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dude Countv, Florida.
IRVING RH'.NKERG
HARRY MILDNER
NATHAN LABER
partners
LESTER LASKY
Attorney for Applicants
1105 Congress bldg.
10 1-11-18-26 11/1
NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that
'" undersigned, desiring i engai
ori! v l"!"-1- 1230 f)
""<'. Mlare, Reach. Florida. .
to register said name with the Clerk
KlorUta. ':'"" ';"1'" '" '''"'' Coont>'-
GEORGE OOLDBERO
SYLVIA GOLDBERG
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Appll .
10/25 11/1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens.
ness under Hie fictitious nai
PLAYDIUM BOWLING RANKS. at
S7J7 S. w. 8th Street, Coral Gables,
Florida. Intends to reglstei said name
with the Clerk -if the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida
ESTILL E, SPARKS.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
10/25 11/1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fietltloui name of
WAYSIDE GARDENS, at ::ith A
and Coral Way, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of bade County, Florida.
SALLY SCHATZ,
Soi.- Owni
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Appl cant.
Congress Rldg.
10/23 11 1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th- undersigned, desiring I engage In
I -s under the fictitious name oi
SOUTHERN HARDWARE & PAINT
SUPPLY, :i' I3S N. Miami Avenue,
Miami. Fla Intend to reglstei Bald
name with thi Clerk of the Clrcmi
rtiurt of Dade County, Florida,
SAM GREENSPAN
MILTON s'Ai'lls
THEODORE l SAKOWITZ,
Attorney for Applicants.
10/25 11 1-8-15-22____________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to enga
business under the ricUttous name o
ORGANIZATION MIMEOGRAPHING
^TYPEWRITING SERVICE at 600
Lincoln Rd, Bldg., Room 12, Mian I
Beach Intel Is b register sad name
with the Clerk ot the Clrouli < ourt
"f DBde ^""'c'lCLU TRAURIQ.
Sole owner.
1/3 ____ ______
ECONOMY
^TERMINATORS
WE SPECIALIZE IN
TERMITE
, <3 O N T R O L
pgjugrantee Free Inspection
pQQBRAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER
.. 5-3444
^eet and Prcririo Ave. Micani Bach
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ewwe ';
business u,.....r "'V.'I';'''"."'" "t'y'ri'
LEGAL STENOGRAPHU fi Tl I B-
WRTING SERVICE at 600 Lincoln
Rd Bldg Room 22, Miami Beach ln-
;.;,.' Ulster said name with the
Clerk "f the Oircult Court of Paae
CoUntyi """JjBJA TRAURIO,
Sole owner.
10/12-25 11/1-8 _________
NOTI'i: I-* HKItKliV UIVEN that
the undesigned, desiring to engage in
inVsi^U .yWer -;;e fu :in,:,s minw.
nxk'KR P.liMRlN1' A iii.iii.^.'
CO at 4326 N. W ' Court. Miami,
fu" Intends to register said name
;^,i Z ';,...,, of the Oircult Court
or Dads County, fffifom
g 7 I0/4-11-U-2S _______.
TRULY KOLEH. Prwldtml
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
CDade County. Florid. ^
A K A BESSIE DEZAR
,''.'.""civti.'\'TIiiN' TO MAKE
X,;VrU.'AT'''N ^'t VlNAL l-IS-
r?TlCEEis hereby given that I have
Final W""J?Vu!teofBUZABETH
Istratorol \\.<:>'' ,<~ik DEZARA,
DEZARA. A K A l' -,. 1M1, ,,av
dacMMd: .Sjff1 Sm apply to th
,, November. ltM. ,'',, Couty
Honorable w. Florida. '<>*
pproval J \ncillaVv Adminls-
mlI.'ak a"r,:s-sil I^ARA.
AdmlnUtrawr.
10/11-31 H/1-1
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
sTAIII.-FRKKMAN GROCERY at
IT!") N, W. J7th Ave., Miami, Fla.. ill-
lend t,, register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JULIUS I. FREEMAN,
CHARLES K. STAHL.
Partners.
HARRY DIETZ,
Atorney for Applicants
Congress Bldg.
10/18-25 n 1-8-15
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VBBOTTS al 306(1 S.W. 37th Avenue.
Miami. Florida Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
LAWRENCE A. BECK
WILLIAM B. SWIMMER
MURRAY A. BECK
BURNETT ROTH
V -Ti- ) for Applicants
10/4-11-18-25 11/1
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
Inesr under the fictitious name
of Itlscayne Venetian Blind Com-
it 6201 N. W". 22nd Ave., Miami,
I'la. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of had, County.
SAMUEL 1". FLOOD. JR..
Sole Owner.
1-13-25 11:1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
-s under the fictitious name of
Plastirseal Co.. not inc. at Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HENRY A. STEIN
ISAM" .IOFFE
Attorney for Applicant
in 1 11-18-25 11/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
REGAL HOTEL at 615 Fifth St.. Mi-
ami Beach, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HARRY NORSTEIN.
L< -see and Operator.
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress bldg.
Miami. Florida
10 1-11-18-25 11/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Tiopical Sales Set vice at 2024 S.W.
'1st Street. Miami. 3.".. Fla.. Intends
t,. register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
n"'"la- ROBERT W. COOK'
Sole Owner
10:11-18-25 11:1 __________
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SINCLAIR HOTEL, at 507 Espanola
Way Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to
reelster said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
"'"""'''''LAWRENCE TAST.OR.
Lessee and Operator
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Bldg.
'< 21 10/4-11-18-1S
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Florida
No. 16S70
Re: Estate of FRKD D. PARLIN,
deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
D1SCHARGB
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I have filed my final report and pe-
tition for Final Discharge as Ancillary
Executor of the estate of FRED il
PARLIN, deceased: and that on the
lsth day of November, 1946. will ap-
ply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Ancillary
Executor of the estate of FRED L.
PARLIN, deceased.
This 15th day of October, 1946.
HUGH P. HEMIS.
Ancillary Executor of the Estate of
MAX R. SILVER.1" Pa^"n ecea8ei1-
lO/l"?''"'*' f"r Ant',llary Executor.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
?x.?lne.!!?*.u.m,er ,ne Hltlous name of
nV>',y,lP>yAI' LAUNDRY SERVICE
u SP*!?' fV *'" S- w- 8th Street,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
naid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
ult Court of Dado County, Florida.
t,r,x, ~..M;ANUBL BURSTEIN
VON ZAMFT & SIMON,
K/271'rd/T-^il-[s-25M'lnUCl Burs,eln-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busl-
?.??rS'U!er ~the fictitious name of
II KF FROZEN PRODUCTS, at 1101
N W 22nd Street, Miami. Florida, and
Intend to register the said fictitious
name in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BEN LEVIN,
SHIRLEY LEVIN,
CHARLES BROMER,
________ Sole Owners.
GEORGE CIIERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicants.
9/27 10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
LABELLE APARTMENTS, at 1195
Normandy Drive, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, and Intend to register the said
fictitious name in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
Countv, Florida.
LAWRENCE HOFFMAN
MINNIE HOFFMAN
Sole Owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for Applicants.
9/27 10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREEY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirinr to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
L & H RESTAURANT, at 237 14th
Street. Miami Beach. Dade County.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida,
LOUIS L. SCHAFFER
HARRY JACOBS
MILLER & PODELL
Attorneys for Applicants
10/4-11-18-25 11/4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, r".eslring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Light-Crafters at 1747-49 S. W. 8th
Street, Miami, Fla., intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MORTON KIRSCH,
MEYER COHEN.
RALPH KIRSCH,
Partners.
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant
Congress P.ldg.
10:11-18-25: 11:1-8
NOTICE TO CRF.DITORS
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 Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of PATRICK DIAMOND, de-
ceased, late of Philadelphia County.
Pa., to the Hon. W. !. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date September SO, A.D. 1946.
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of PATRICK DIAMOND.
Deceased.
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
First publication on Friday. October
4. 1946.
10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
1 ,v I. FRIEDI.ER CO. not Inc.. at
too American National Bank Building
Miami. Florida Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dnde Countv. Florida.
JACK FRIEDI.ER
IRVING FRIEDLER
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
10 I 11-18-25 11'1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned riesiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
\ & H Jobbing Co.. Hermitage Hotel,
at 420 N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida intends to register said name with
The Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. ERMAN scHLUSSEL.
Sole Owner.
"A^rLn?yTforRA*H Jobbing Co.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10/4-11-11-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 42778
NOTICE 16 HEREBY GIVEN that
GAY KORNICK, holder as assignee
of City of Miami Tax Certificate
Numbered 5278. dated the 1st day of
June, A.D. 1942, has filed said Certifi-
cate In my office, and has made ap-
plication for tax deed to issue there-
on in accordance with law. Said Cer-
tificate embraces the following de-
scribed property, situated in Dade
County, Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 1, Block 2. Harwood Second
Addition to Riverside Farms. Plat
Book 4. Page 29, In the City of Miami,
County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate issued was in
the name of UNKNOWN. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the 23rd day of October, A.D. 1946.
Dated this 18th day of September,
A.D. 1946.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By BETHENIA W. BRYAN.
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Five Bond Issues Up
For Dade OK Nov 5th
Freeholders on Nov. 5 will
have an opportunity to decide if
Dade county will meet the de-
mands of a rapidly growing com-
munity and prepare for the fu-
ture by favoring the county s 5V
050,000 bond campaign in tne
general election.
Five bond issues will be pre
sented to the property owner
They include $2,000,000 for U
aquarium; $1,250,000 for a mod-
ern auditorium; $500,000 to com-
plete the central unit of tin
ocean-front park north of Bak< r
Haulover; $200,000 for a storage
warehouse, and $100,000 lor d<
velopment of the county park
east of Homestead on Biscayn.
Bay.
The county parks department,
which is conducting the campaign
to get out the vote, has warned
that a majority of the freehold-
ers, or 50 per cent of those regis
tered, plus one vote, must partici-
pate in each of the five issue! A
majority voting must favor eacl
issue for its ratification.
The bond issues will appear on
the upper part of the voting ma-
cl ines, next to the six state con-
stitutional amendments and
above the names of the Demo-
cratic and Republican nominees.
Hollywood To Launch
SOS Drive Next Month
(Special t*> The Jewish Floiidian)
HOLLWOODThe local Jew-
ish community will begin its SOS
drive for supplies for overseas
survivors early in November.
Mrs. Edwin M. Rosrnthal, chair
man. announced this week.
A preliminary conference was
eld at her home Oct. 14. Those
attei ding were Mrs. Ted J. So-
rin, Mrs. Louis J. Golden and
Miss Anna D. Daniels.
Locations of collection depots-
. nd division chairmen will be an-
nounced in the near future.
ons and organizations de-
siring tn participate in the drive
mmunicate with Mrs, Ros-
enthal at 725 Harrison st.
Face Facts
Life Insurance Estate*
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Int. Co.
907 Blicayn* Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 499S1
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired now; you
will aave on a new roof later
"Satiafactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 S. W ?2nd >anui
PHONE 4-5880
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. 21st Terrace
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Director. Anti-
League
Florida Regional
Delamation
While in New York attending
the ADL national staff confer-
ence I heard the song writer,
Irving Caesar, in a presentation
of his latest masterpiece, "Sing 8
Song of Friendship.- and was
was deeply moved by the Mttng
melodies and the magnificent
lyrics which forcefully expressed
the eternal hope of all of us Tor
everlasting peace.
Of "Tea for Two," "Swan; I
,nd "Just a Gigolo" fame. Mr.
aesar hit a new high in his ca-
reer when, in 1938. he published
his "Sing a Song of Safety
group, which is sung daily by
children in schools throughout
the nation.
In view i I the popularity of
the safety si ri< s, composer Caesar
conceived the idea of writing a
group of 1!" songs dedicated to
human rights, which express the
things all of us are striving for
- tree speech, free worship, com-
munity and world harmony and
peace,
Irving Caesar sang 10 of these
19 songs dealing with friendship
and good will, and when he had
finished, there was hardly a dry
eye among the dignified Jewish
leaders in attendance at the con-
ference.
The song book containing these
beautiful melodies will be made
available to schools, settlement
houses. gle< clubs and theaters
commencing this month.
"Let's Make the World of To-
morrow Today." a title of onc of i
the songs in this book, is a force-
ful expression of the wishful
thinking of all of UB. The re-
ti aining songs have equally
catchy titles, with excellent mu-
sic and lyrics, all devoted to
clearing a path to the time when.
as he says in another title, "We'll
Soon Be One World." The writer
predicts that very soon we shall
all b( singing songs of friend-
ship. I
Dr. Tendrich Ends Duty
With Health Service
Dr. Max Tendrich, recently re-
turned from the public health
service, has opened offices for
the practice of general dentistry
at Biscayne
j hospital, 63 39
Biscayne blvd.
With the
health service
for a year, Dr.
Tendrich was
s t a t i o ned at
the United
States Marine
Dr. Tendrich hospital, Balti-
more, Md.
He received his professional
,,ain.ng at Chicago College of
Dental Surgery after attending
the University of Miami and
graduating from Ponce de Leon
high school. While at the Chicago
college, he became a member of
Alpha Omega dental fraternity.
A member of the American
Dental association, he has taken
advanced training in dental surg-
ery and fractured jaw work.
Dr. Tendrich lives at 747 West
a've., Miami Beach, with his wife,
Ruth, and their baby daughter,
Helene Sandra.
RAPHAELS
Strictly Kosher Hotel
and Dining Room
146 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Catering to the public for
meals and all catered func-
tions.
Phone 5-3189
For Sukkas Reservations
and Other Information
WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741
-----------Hotel, Restaurant-------------
And Institutional Equipment
Tirtt Wearing
Smooth?
It's about time you
stopped in to see
your DIXIE tire specialist for a
check-up. If one or two tires
actually sm<1 replacing. he will do
his best to help you. and call you
when your new tires corns In.
RECAPPINC
SEIBERLINO
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Perhaps you can save money by having those
tires with sound side-wa Is recapped with a clean-
cut tread that will give yOU thousands of miles
of SAFE driving.
DIXIE TIRE rp
^ MIAMI MIAMI RFArw
MIAMI BEACH
MtT N. Miami Are.
*W N. W. 17th Are.
t01 S. W. Flrat Street
xj kv
nis Fifth Street
I'hone VUW
1840 Alton Road
Phone 5-0714
"tional build! Tr*l
Groa8on0peB,f_
, M.urrv Gross^,, ,1
1'"' since 1925 hj N
'state offices at' i^M
}"'>. Beatrice R?'
Joseph Pul2aile *
HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC.
122 N. E. 6th St Ph. 3-5174
Wedding Invitations
and
Announcements
For the Most Particular Bride
Distinctive Monogrammed
Stationery
Informals
Birth Announcements
FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL WOBl
Visiting Coil
MUSICIANS' CLUB OF AMERICA
Ruth Brotman Management
Presents
Famous West minster 0
John Flnley Williamson, Conductor
BENEFIT HOME FOR MUSICIANS
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30 8:30 P.K
WHITE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM]
320 N. E. SECOND AVENUE
Tickets for sale at Miami Cordelia's Book Shop, Red Cm]
(Kodak Department); Amidon's Music Stores. Biscayne r
Alhambra Circle: Miami Beach Radio Shop; Saks
Miami Beach Conservatory of Music, 41st St.;
Deauville Hotel (Little Flower Shop).
ADVANCE MAIL ORDERS TO HEADQUART
708 Langford Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
PRICES: 1.S02.002.503.00, Plui Ttx
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