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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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/^^^THE JEWISH UNITY
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JEWISH WEEKLY
JE^NUMBER 44
MIAMM81_FLQRjDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
A OPPOSES PALESTINE PARTITION PLAN
\raman Answers Ibn Saud
\estating Homeland Policy
L-President Truman in a
Lrd m to King Ibn
|0f Saudi Arabia restated
Ivernmenfs hope for entry
Jglestine "< 1 considerable
L of displaced Jews in
He n iti rated his inten-
i asking C tigress for spe-
culation admit additional
fer; 0f placed Jews to
United States "over and
the immigration quotas
| '; J
lpresidi message was in
I to a lettei of Oct. 15, from
laud protesting Mr. Tru-
Ijtat i.i of Oct. 4 as "in-
lent" with previous pledges
government.
bring that the United
Government and people
|suppoiu National Home in Pales-
oce the end of World War
cnt Truman stated that
led States still believes
national home for the
Lop]. hould be estab-
11
bted ul that most of the
L Near East liberat-
II I World War "are
of independent
countries" but "the Jev
tional Home, nowever, has not
as yet been fully develi
"It is only natural, therefi re,
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
Palestine Labor Party emerged
as victor in the elections of
delegates lo the forthcoming
World Zionist Congress. The
Laborites received 74,000 votes
approximately 35 percent of
the more than 200.000 cast.
The Revisionists were sec-
ond with 28,300 votes, closely
followed by the Poale Mizrachi
with 24,500, the Hashomer Hat-
zair. 24000 and the Achduth
Avoda, left-wing opposition in
the Palestine Labor Party, 23,-
000. The Alipah Hadasha, the
parly of the post-Hitler immi-
grants, mostly from Germany,
received 12.000 votes, while the
General Zionists received 5,000
as did the Mizrachi organiza-
tion. Ten thousand ballots are
still uncounted.
that this government should fav- j
or at this time the entry into |
Palestine of considerable num-
bers of displaced Jews in Europe,
. Of Goal Reached
ftcacli <*Y" FuimI Drive
Bver one-thicd of the
I eady pledged to
i ind and the site for
facilities purchased, the
Y will Isold a brunch at
\*r.. Sunday in the Raleigh
ac Heller of New Orleans,
dent of the Southeastern reg-
' C "ill of Jewish
Rations and Welfare Funds
guest : eaker at the af-
p! > will be sponsored by
jecial gifts division. S. W.
fro and Rudy R. Adler head
piston.
ptributions totalling $110,000
announced at the initial
dinner Sunday by Samuel
Mi chairman of the cam-
page three for story and
fe ii tin.. Site of the pro.
The Y's drive was endorsed by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center this week
"I look forward to the erection
of an adequate physical institu-
tion with a trained personnel
which will make possible the
further expansion of our Beth
Am' and pray that there will
always be a positive relationship
between the 'Both Am,' the peo-
ples house, and the 'Beth El,' the
house of God," Rabbi Mescheloff
said.
Rabbi Lehrman, in extending
his support to the campaign, said
"This Y is destined to serve as
an Important laboratory for the
development of a well integrated
responsible Jewish youth, and
thus can become a potent force
in the creating of the united
Jewish community of tomorrow."
nol only thai I i find sh( l
ter there, but also that they may
te their talents and ener-
gies to the upbuilding ol I
Jewish Nation,;! 11 de-
clared.
The President's efforts, as
initiated in his correspondence
with Prime Minister Attlee over
a year ago, to expedite solution
of "the urgent problem" of sur-
viving Jewish displaced persons,
he wrote, were in line with "tra-
ditional policies" of this govem-
n em.
"At the same time," he con-
tinued, "t aid, of course,
be a concerted effort to open
the gates of other lands, including
the United States, to those un-
fortunate persons."
|----------------------------------------------
Meyer Sanies
Sinai Aides
Appointment of several division
| chairmen of the Mt, Sinai hos-
pital campaign, which will get
under way shortly after the Com-
munity Chest drive, was an-
nounced this week by Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, president of the
hospital trustees and chairman of
the hospital drive.
Meyer has appointed Sam
Blank to head the initial gifts
division; Leonard Wien, tourists;
Max Orovitz, special gifts; Arthur
A Ungar and H. H. Flyman, firm
guts; Jacob Sher, tracks; Dr.
Louis Lytton, physicians; Marcie
Liberman and Harold Salvey,
amusements; Leo Eisenstein, me-
morial.-.
Other chairmen will be an-
nounced shortly. The campaign
cabinet is meeting regularly to
plan details necessary to launch-
ing the $2,500,000 drive.
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)Creation without delay of "an
authoritative over-all body" to conduct "the political, effort on
behalf of Zionism in the United States" was recommended by
the convention of the Zionist Organization of America in a
resolution adopted here. It pointed out that such a body must
be constituted "with due regard for both the interests of the
Jewish Agency and the vital and indispensable role which
must be played by the American Zionist Organization."
Declaring that the "Yishuv must be the decisive factor in
determining the extent of resistance to the illegal policies of the
^.British government," the conven-
tion said that "'"? = *** -
l!< ill I lav id
Spurs Drive
Rabbi James Heller of Cincin-
nati, past president of the United
Palestine Appeal, has accepted an
invitation to be guest speaker at
a special gifts dinner for the
S525.000 building fund campaign
of Beth David synagogue. The
dinner will be held early in De-
cember under the chairmanship
i of Louis Heiman, heada of the
special gifts division.
Harry Markowitz, general chair-
man of the campaign, announces
i that Jacob Sher has launched his
i activities as chairman of the in-
itial gifts division.
Ben Essen has assumed the
chairmanship of the general so-
licitations division.
Full details for the campaign
and building program will be an-
l nouneed shortly.
insofar as the re-
sponsible elements of the Yishuv
embark upon policies of non-co-
operation or resistance, they shall
receive wholehearted support of
the Zionist movement."
Another resolution supported
the efforts of the Palestine Jew-
ish community in aiding the per-
secuted Jews of Europe to enter
Palestine, and hailed the attempts
by the DP's to reach Palestine
despite the obstacles placed in
their way.
Reiterates Invitation
The convention expressed re-
gret that the World Zionist Con-
gress has been postponed several
times and reiterated the ZOA's
suggestion that the Congress be
held in the United States.
Taking cognizance of the possi-
bility that proposals may be made
to reconstitute the Jewish Agency
to provide for the active partici-
pation of non-Zionist elements,
(Continued on Page 4)
ZOA Names Goodman,
Harris To Key Posts
Miami Y Campaigners
Report At Breakfast
Miami Y campaign workers will
meet for breakfast at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday to report on their solici-
tations and spur the drive in its
final stages, Leo Ackermaan,
chairman of the $200,000 building
fund campaign, said this week.
"Pn gress of the campaign is
very satisfactory," he declared.
Two Miami Beach men were
r.amed to offices in the Zionist
i Organization of America at the
i Atlantic City convention last
| weekend. They are Abraham
'Goodman, who was reelected na-
I tional treasurer, and Jack D.
jBurris, who was named chairman
I of the committee on Zionist edu-
cation and propaganda.
Burris, who is president of
the Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict, reports that "a remark-
able unanimity in opposing
partitioning of Palestine was
| evident at the convention."
His committee, which will em-
brace radio, publications, public
relations, the New Palestine
magazine and the committee for
i unity on Palestine, was made
into a new department of the or-
ganization.
Burris spoke to an audience of
3.500 at the convention Monday
'afternoon.
Plans for Southeastern regional
convention to be held at Miami
Beach Nov. 15 were made at At-
lantic City. Among Zionist lead-
ers who will attend sessions here
are Dr. Israel Goldstein, past
president of the ZOA; Sidney
Marks, executive director; Carl
Alpert, managing editor of the
New Palestine, and Dr. Shlomo
Bardin, director of the Brandeis
camp for Zionist leadership.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman was
named to Burris' committee ar.d
. S. A. Goodman, chairman of the
! local Zionist youth commission,
,was appointed to the national
i youth commission.
Also attending the convention
lfrom Miami Beach was Daniel M.
1 Broad. Leo Rosen and Harry
Simonhoff represented the Miami
district.
The national Zionist organiza-
tion hopes to attain a one million
membership by 1950.
[ACE FACTS .
l'TOX CLOSE FOLLOWS OLD-
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Fla. Regional Director
Anti-Defamation League
P'n Close, radio commentator, is to de-
an address in Miami Nov. 6, our newspapers
h* 'his week.
IJfoo is Close? What does his visit portend?
"s consider his background. Mention
name brings to mind that fateful day in
history when the Japanese sneak-attacked
"Harbor. Millions of Americans heard him
Jr*J Jm that day when NBC called upon
I interpret the horrifying news that was pour-
1 0Ver the uirways. Opinioned Close, with a
n9 into
nese consulate. The consul was not able to talk
but his repiesentative and secretary said that the
attack was a complete surprise and he implied
that it was likewise a complete surprise to the
foreign office in Tokyo and the Japanese govern-
11 Hi* erroneous and irresponsible interpreta-
tions prompted NBC to drop him from its staff.
Throughout the war. Close was a bitter Roose-
velt antagonist, was anti-British and anti-Rus-
sian.
ym cmplacency manner. "... I have
en "i touch with the San Francisco Japa- cally
In recent years. Close has appeared sporadi-
on the air, sending out copies of his radio
HATE PATTERN
speeches upon request. It is significant to note
that reprints of his broadcasts were also distrib-
uted by several infamous organizations including
"We the Mothers Mobilize for America" and "Citi-
zens U.S.A. Committee." Punctuating his remarks
were subtle and camouflaged innuendos tending
to arouse suspicion of the Jews. Lumberman's
Mutual Casualty company cancelled his radio
contract on July 1, 1945, for "business reasons."
In February, 1946, Close returned to the air
via the Mutual Broadcasting company network
sponsored by the National Economic council, of
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FRIDAY,
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MIAMI AJC WOMEN TO
OPEN REVIEW SERIES
of the bi'ok review
the Miami chapter,
'erAonallu tSpeaKina
ef r The millinery men are going I turned from a two-months' series of
to hate us. but it's true-we jaunt to Los Angeles and San A.,,. *w,Juf >\XX : noticed only a few chapeaux Francisco ... Back also is Abe Tuesday at B''"1 David
at the luncheon given by the Eisenberg, whose itinerary in- P-m- q
National Council of Jewish | eluded Pittsburgh. Hot Springs, inland Stowe's "While Tinu
Women at the Ritz Plaza last' New Orleans and New York K, ,', ,,,, discussion of the re-
Friday. Could be that the ... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon Volutionary aspects of the atomh
ladies didn't want to hide theii are spending a week in Buffalo, i,.t. an,| pai Prank's "Mr. Adam,"
exotic hairdo's. The forum! N. Y. satire "" the possibilities of the
luncheon was one of Council's; Mr. and Mrs. David Frankel ati n ic age, will be discussed by
affairs to support its University of Forest Hills, N. Y., are new- Mrs. I. M. W< inst. in, who will
of Miami scholarship project, comers to Hollywood as are review th< entire series.
On Nov. 15 the Miami section their son-in-law and daughter, A forum wil follow he Stow*
will inaugurate its "Charm Mr. and Mrs. Leo Trschler, and '[^'^J^:^,.''^.^^-
Forum" at Temple Beth Sholom the Tischlers' daughter. Mr. elhoui will conclud.
to raise additional funds for the j Frankel is the brother of M. H. ",",!,, ,,(N from the s,., K.s win
project. Besides learning how Frankel of Miami Beach ,)(i l|M.a jn furthering Congress'
to be more charming, the ladies Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. program ,,f rehabilitating home-
will delve into public speaking, Binder are becoming re-ac- |eSs European children.
make-up, etc. quainted with Miami after a Subscriptions may be secured
On the sick list at Jackson half-year's absence. For the fn m Mrs. Morris W. Weinberg,
Memorial hospital is Mrs. Gus past six months they have been cultural chairman, --<> S. W.
Ginsburg travelling to the four corners Second st. Individual tickets may
It was anniversary time for of the U. S. They spent part of be purchased at door.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch Sun- the summer in the Minnesota
day. To celebrate their 15th lake region and are now mak-
year of marriage, they were ing their home in the Ever-
hosts at a dinner in their home, glades hotel .
Guests included Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Egert, 1235 Merid-
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, Dr. and ian ave., left for New York last
Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Mr. and week to attend a testimonial
Mrs. Murray Kostoff, Miss Mai- dinner which will be given Sun-
vina Weiss, Mrs. Rose Hayes, day at the Waldorf Astoria ho-
Cantor Louis D. Feder, Mr. and tel in honor of her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Edward Dokson and the Gustave Hartman, president of
Hirscn's son, Zelig I the Israel Orphan Asylum.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol "Beans" i -------------------------------
Alexander marked their third M]QQ SERVICES
anniversary last week with a
party for 14 friends and rela-l
lerome Meltz Brings
Bride to Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Meltz
have returned from their honey-
mi on in New York and are liv-
ing at 1439 Alton rd.
Mr. Melt/ ;md his bride, the
former Gloria Goodfriend, were
lives at the Clover Club
Orthodox Congregation will be
j., ., __ held ;.t 5:15 p.m. this evening and
Mr Alexander s brother-in-law ', Rabbi Murray
nd sls\VrCM'- aJ,d???- ?*F?5 Grauer will officiate.
Feller, 1756 N. W. 15th St.. held
their fourth anniversary party
Oct. 26. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacob-
son, 1250 N. W. 55th St., will
entertain friends at a musicale
Saturday evening Anti-Defa
motion league executives feted
Max Kroloff of Atlanta at a
luncheon Monday in the Mc-
Allister hotel. Kroloff is former
assistant ADL director.
Joining her friends at the
Versailles cabana club is Mrs.
Elizabeth Urban, who returned
this week from a trip to Mt.
Clemons, New Rochelle, New
York city and Long Beach, L. I.
. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler,
1233 10th St., and their grand-
son, Gilbert Friedman, have re-
Center Women's Tea
To Feature Musicians
A musical program will high-
light the Mian.i Beach Jewish
Center Sisterhood membership
tea to be held at the Royal Palm
hotel from 1:30 p.m. Monday,
Al Friedman, Clover club pian-
ist, and Madame Hem, concert
singer, will be guest artists. Jos-
eph Schreibman, musical director
of the Center, will accompany
Madame Hence.
Hospitality chairman for the
afterni on will be Mrs. Benjamin
Wolff. Mrs. Arthur S. Klein is
cl airman and Mrs. Clarence
Cohn, cochairman of the tea.
Mr. J' seph Berman and Mrs.
married Sept. 14 at the Hebrew
Institute of University Heights,
New York.
Mrs. Meltz is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goodfriend,
Brooklyn. Her husband, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Meltz of Mi-
ami Beach, is connected with the
Ronel company and is president
of the Young Peoples league of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Joseph Rose will be in charge of
life membership.
Refreshments will be served.
Members of the Sisterhood are
asked to bring new members.
Honeymoon iTnwI
Mr- ^d M JMeit*o|
10 Collins ave ^W
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Mr. and mST?*"*.^
Atlanti (; XI7 Kro^
SnP officiating ""'l l
and New Jersey ^
u T1" 'I -'will spend
Mexic, Citv -,nd i "*
nom Philadelphia.
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PAGE THREE
,pTON CLOSE FOLLOWS OLD-LINE HATE PATTERN
(Continued from Pag* 1)
lC0 apologist, Merwin K. Hart is presi-
F i !hi year's broadcasts are free from
fc!f i hi, newsleue, "CW
w h is sent to listeners upon request, be-
all-toe familiar hostility towards our
anr, e har, shown an abhorrence of Com-
V A of course, here he meets with prac-
Lism ana "
fly
[o! all groups
(ish leadership u
Communism
ads this vie
i speeches.
rSy<,lie |ews- Followina the well-known
ni'mous approval of the American peo-
and creeds. But Close believes
America represents the core
in this country, and he freely
;ous doggerel in his bulletins and
ose has not confined his atten-
Hitler pattern of attacking first one group and then
another. Close recently directed his attention
towards the Catholics when he attempted to
smear a distinguii fu d bishop, the Most Rev. Ber-
nard J. Shell of Chicago. Indianant Catholics and
other citizens ol Chicago were most articulate
in their rebuke of Close and p-ompted Mutual to
turn over Close's radio time to Bishop Sheil who
then proceeded to give Close one of the worst
verbal trouncings a reacnonaiy has ever re-
cowed.
In this most trying era of potential atomic
catastrophe, the soreading of disunity, hate and
distrust can not be countenanced. Much too
much is at stake. Undoubtedly a recognition of
this ominous fact caused the National Real Es-
tate board this week to cancel Upton Close's
engagement to deliver a principal address be-
fore their convention on Nov. 15.
To those who would raise the cry of free
speech, let them remember the profound reflec-
tions of Oliver Wendell Holmes, who rhetorically
inquired whether freedom of speech permitted a
man to yell "fire" in a crowded theatre. In this
atomic era with the survival of modern civiliza-
tion at stake, no man can afford to incite group
haired and disunity,or in any analogous man-
ner to yell "fire!"
LjSH TO FOLLOW
11 DAVID SERVICE
Lfcntsandl "^s^
I eneci ;,t
W k -i",n?or?d
Bras tht\di'
C of Mrs Marguhes,
follow th ces.
tL services I r this week-
C be held at 5:30 p.m. thl
line arri 8 30 i m. Saturday.
ttw Max SI iro will open
fl5.;. late Friday
king st ::V ',vi'nin8'
transport n is provided
"public- special He-
on Monday
. rnoon. Bar
, class daily from
to ?:30 !
Have you
forgotten
how
delicious
ketchup
canfce?
Ask your
grocer for
Heinz
Tomato
Ketchup
ade from ijje world's
finesiStomatoes.
MIAMI BEACH Y PURCHASES SITE ON BAY ROAD Funeral for Mrs. Apte
To Be Held Today
vinegar
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.VARIETIESJ
Officers of the Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami Beach look on as
Judge Ross Williams signs the charter granting them rights
to their new property. A modern buildinj will be erected
on the plot which faces the buy on Bav rd. south oi Lincoln rd.
Judge Williams praised the work of the Y when he signed
the charter last week. Left to right are: Dave Phillips. Samuel
A Rivkind (campaign chairmen!. Judge Williams, Curl Wein-
kle (Y president). Jack P. Marash 'executive director). Second
row: George Bertman. Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, Milton Sirkin
and Leo Huberman.
The site has a 227-foot frontage on Bay rd. and a 230- oo
frontage on the bay. The north lme has a deoth of 475 leet
and the south line is more than 600 feet deep
The new building will contain an auditorium with stage,
dressing room and lighting W*?W^
scout denand a spacious outdoor play area
Beach Lodge to View
Florida ADL Work
George J. Talianoff,
gional director of the A
famation league, will be the l
cipal speaker at the meel
the Miami Beach 1.....i B
B'rith, 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at th
National hotel audit' num.
Known as "ADL Night,
program will feature ai
of the organization's work,
ing pictures and the renditii
Marx Peinberg, of the re.
published Irving Caesa S
of Friendship."
In charge of the program u
Walter C. Kovner, assist.
Harold Zinn. Harry Day ai
thur Kahn.
Nominations will be mad.
the business meeting v h
precede the program. Paul W
man heads the nominating i
mittee which will pr
slate. .
Harold Turk, chairmai r
Metropolitan council .1
BTith lodges In Greater
will report on the actr
recommendation:-
The lodges' planned act" I
the Nautilus hospital Wi
cussed by Godfrey Newman,
eran service chairman
Fun. ral service.- for Mrs. Helen
Apte, who died sudden-
. Wi Im day night in a local
: will be held at 4 p.m.
. in the Van Orsdel Mortu-
pel, 3333 N. E. Second
vith Rabbis Jacob H. Kap-
Colman A. Zwitman offi-
ciating. Interment will be in the
l rael cemetery of Grace-
land Memorial park.
of Daj J. Apte, Mrs. Apte
e on a visit from Tampa
! been living for the
tour years with her husband
liter. Prior to that they
sided in Miami for 20
Mrs. Apte shared activities in
i ivic and religious organizations
with and. She was ac-
tive in Red Cross. Temple Israel,
I e Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
: munity Chest. She was
a din dor of Travellers' Aid in
Miami ai d Tampa.
1!' i les .her husband, she leaves
a dau Mrs. Daniel Rosen-
baum, and grandson, David Eu-
im, both of Tam-
ivo brothers, including Leon-
BPW AIDS BEACH Y
WITH BINGO PARTY
Building campaign of the
Beach Y will benefit from a bingo
party to be given by the Bus-
iness and Professional Women's
division of Hadassah at 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday in the National hotel.
Cash prizes will be awarded.
Admission will be two dollars per
person. Miss Edyth Fleischer, 854
Jefferson ave., chairman of the
affair, is in charge of advance
ticket sales.
Seventy-five new members
were enrolled at the recent mem-
bership affair held by the divi-
sion.
ard Jacobus of Miami, and two
sisters.
Active pallbearers will be Her-
bert U. Feibelman, J. Gerald
Lewis, Leo Ackerman, J. Pal
Bradley, Fred R. Mann, Ralph J.
Cohn, Morton R. Hnshberg, Sam
Blank.
-Honorary pallbearers are
Monte Selig, Carl Piowaty, Dr.
Jack Kaufman, Jerome Herman,
Sam C. Levenson, Dr. Max Do-
brin, Stanley C. Myers, Ernest
Maas, Sam Baskcr and Louis
Wellhousc.
BETH JACOB WOMEN
CHANGE TEA DATE
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Followmg recent service m^tlre^ s(ai^
Medical Department, Army
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Optometrist
for
Examination of %^]Tiam[nq
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P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 19S0. at the Post Office
of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March, 3, 1879
Published Every 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 NUMUF.K 44
Miami 18, Florida. Friday, November I, 1946
CHESHVAN 7, 5707
^BER,
AN EXAMPLE
The Miami Beach "Y" is in the midst of a capital funds
drive. A major problem has been eliminated by the Beach
group when it announced the purchase of a plot of qround
needed foi the erection of the buildinq. The cost of Beach prop-
erty is high. Finding a location suitable for this specific purpose
was extraordinarily difficult. Selection and acquisition of this
site has met with acclaim by Beach residents.
The support that has rallied to the Beach "Y" in its efforts
to raise the substantial sum of money needed to meet the qoal
has been excellent. In View of the community's multiple drives
there was hesitancy expressed as to the outcome. The participa-
tion and results to dafe, do away with these doubts.
Endorsements by Miami Beach Rabbis of the Beach "Y's"
endeavors shows an understanding of the place the "Y" will
fill and a realization of the overall community needs. It adds
impetus to the campaign and will prove to be of mutual benefit
to city, to "Y" and House of Woship. The cooperative, helpful
spirit is once more making itself evident.
To be emphasized above everything is the manner in which
the citizens of the Beach have joined in putting this drive over
the top. This example should serve as a pattern for Miamians
in putting over the comparable drive of the Miami "Y".
DON'T FAIL TO VOTE
Once aqain the democratic processes of our government
will give to us the privilege of going to the polls on Tuesday and
expressing our sentiments on governmental issues affectinq oui
everyday living. This privileqe will be ours as long as we exer-
cise our right to it. Don't fail to go to the polls and vote next
Tuesday.
NO TAKERS
In some cases surplus prop-
erty is more difficult to give
away than to sell. William J
Warren, Jacksonville regional
director for the War Assets Ad
ministration, is beginning to be
lieve.
Two weeks ago Warren an
nounced 1,000.000 Bibles.
which had been procured dur-
ing the wur for the armed
forces, would be given away
free to religious and charitable
organizations.
To date only four reguest for
the Bibles have been received.
These requests have been for-
warded to the office of the chief
of chaplains, U. S. Army, in
Washington, Mr. Warren said.
The chief of chaplains is hand-
ling the distribution of the surp-
lus Bibles for the WAA.
Most of the volumes are
pocket-size. Some are the Kinq
James version, some the Dou-
ray version, while others are a
version prepared for men of the
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(Copyright. 194. Seven Arts Feature Syndi
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
T
New Palestine Settlement Built
With Aid of $100,000,000 U.J.A.
Financed by i!ie U-iiied Palestine Appeal with funds raised through ilic
$100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, three new veterans' < llle-
ments are nearing completion, demonstrating once again the unflagging d< ter-
mination of the Jewish community of Palestine to work and boild llie J, wi-li
Homeland in the face of all obstacles. Here in Irgtin Regba, on 9'i0 dunann ,,f
Jewish National Fund land near Shavei Zion in North Palestine, fifty former
servicemen are breaking ground for their new cooperative village. Above a
veteran mixes cement for the houses nearing completion, while children
[day in the improvised "sandpile". Two other settlements inaugurated in llie
ast month are Kfar Kisrh, named for the late commander of the Jewish
Brigade, and Irgun Bazra, where veterans of the Middle. Eail campaign! are
building their future homes. In addition to the U.I'.A., the $100,000,000 I int. rl
Jewish Appeal supports the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement program
of the Joint Distribution Committee and the refugee aid progi.nn of the
Nations! Refuges Service (United Service for New Americans).
(Continued from Page ')
t:.' delegates suggested that "any
steps toward reconstitution bi'
closely guided by the experience
of previous attempts to achieve
the same ends."
In an address to a dinner ses-
sion of the convention Monday.
Bartley C. Crum, a member of
the former Anglo-American Com-
mittee of Inquiry on Palestine,
hailed the President's recent
statem< ni on Palestine and wei-
rd the letter of Secretary of
State Byrnes to Dr. Stephen S.
Wise, in which Byrnes stated that
the Truman statement reflected
official American policy on Pal-
atine, and that the State de-
partment was carrying out that
policy.
Crum Calls for Ouster
Crum stressed, however, that
the "only way that wc may be
assured that the State depart-
ment at 1' ng last is in accord
with the policies of the President."
is if L v Henderson, head of the
Middle East disk of the depart-
ment, resigns. He also suggested
that the following steps be taken
by Mr. Byrnes:
1. A directive be issued that in
Ihe future all communications be-
tween the Arab states and the
State department be made public.
2. Remove Dr. Philip Hitti, anti-
Zionist Arab-American, as travel-
ling "cultural representative" of
United States in the Middle
East. 3. Publish the Nazi file
containing records tions between the ex-Mufti of
Jerusali m and the Germans dur-
ing the war.
Lipsky Defends Agency's Stand
Louis Lipsky, a member of the
Jewish Agency executive and a
former president of the ZOA.
spoke in d.:', rise of the decision
ol thi Agency executive to pro-
e partitii n to the British gov-
1 i m nt. "As a matter of prin-
ciple, no member of the Agency
i xecutive favors partition." he
dii g, that "we had to come
a concreti plan in this
lency as a way out of the
i "
Interrupted by the audience,
' memberi of which cried
"arJb) asemi nt," Lipsky said, "I
know I ow yi u feel, but in politi-
cal negotiations ideology must
give way to reality. All Jewish
life is built upon appeasement, or
w, could not have lived through
"Main dire situations."
Convention Rejects Partition
The convention rejected any
proposals for the partition of
Palestine, in a political resolu-
tion reiterating "the historic
of the Jewish people to
the whole ol mandated Palestine."
1 :i olution, whirl, demai d
ed i itablishment of a Jewish
state, urged the Jewish Agency
to submit any proposals mad. to
NOT INNOCENT. .
American Action Inc. is no in-
nocent babe, according to John
Roy Carlson of "Under Cover"
fame. The personnel behind the
scenes of AAI have rather odor-
ous connections. Bob Christen-
berry, owner of the Aitor hotel
who has joined the financial
backers of AAI, insists that there
is nothing wrong with the corpor-
ation master-minded by Upton
Close, Mervin K. Hart and John
T. Flynn. How does Bob ex-
plain the tie-up between AAI and
Salem Badcr, notorious anti-Sem-
Ite who uses "Women's Voice,"
the Jew-baiting organ of the Jew-
baiting "We, The Mothers of
Chicago?" .
Public figures who extoll tol-
erance from the grand ballroom
'of the Astor are made to look
ludicrous because of Bob Chris-
| tenberry's affiliations. We con-
fidently predict that the Anti-De-
famation league will change their
plans for the testimonial dinner
to Barney Balaban, now schedul-
ed for the Astor.
(Editor's note: Upon Close is
scheduled to speak in Miami
Nov. 6 at a meeting sponsored
by the Flamingo club).
WRONG PREDICTION. .
S. Ralph LaZTUS, new president
of the Albert Einstein Founda-
tion Inc., which plans to estab-
lish America's first non-sectarian
university under Jewish auspices,
takes vigorous issue with this col-
umn's prediction that the project
"will still be a project in 1947
because of lack of funds" .
Mr. Lazrus says: "On the con-
trary, the overwhelming accept-
ance of the idea of a Jewish spon-
sored, non-quota, secular uni-
versity by all groups of Ameri-
cans leads all of us to believe that
our program will be one of the
Jewish community's strongest
and most universally supported
projects in centuries. Initial back-
it by the British government to
the World Zionist Congress for
approval and expressed doubt of
the wisdom of Jewish participa-
tion in the London Conference on
Palestine.
The Committee on Political
Resolutions unanimously recom-
mended the resolution to the con-
vention after a heated debate at
a closed session of the group.
Earlier, the committee rejected a
proposal by Robert Szold, a for-
mer president of the ZOA, that
Dr. Nahum Goldmann be invited
to address the convention.
Dr. Silver Re-elected
The action of the convention
represented a clear-cut victory
for Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, who
was re-elected president of the
ZOA for a second term. In an
address to the body, Dr. Silver
bitterly attacked the Jewish
Agency executive for informing
the British government that it
was prepared to discuss the es-
tablishment of a "viable Jew-
ish state" in part of Palestine.
Dr. Silver criticized Dr. Gold-
mann for allegedly ignoring and
flouting agreements reached with
the American Zionist Emergency
council and charged that "we
agreed unanimously, Dr. Gold-
mann concurring, that neither he
nor we would propose a partition
plan to the cabinet committee or
other American officials."
Dr. Silver also criticized Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, although not
mentioning him by name, for
supporting the U. S. loan to Brit-
ain, which issue, he said, could
have been utilized by the Zionist
movement to apply pressure on
the British to secure Jewish de-
mands in connection with Pales-
tine.
The ZOA president also sharply
scored the Labor government's
policy in Palestine and, while
welcoming President Truman's
sincerity, expressed doubts that
the American government had
'employed its full strength to get
[results" on Palestine.
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speaks about
MISCELLANY.
A friend nf ws repon.
daughter in mourning J^i
Sinatra marital rift nJ
I the- great fighter for'inter*
understanding W(B JJ
with hi .. Nancy the v
Ait 1. rs: Don't misstST
Commandments", a collectio,
ten full color prints by nai
A. Rayn nd Kate, .. Ernest 1
tenbrui m whose Gestapo,
dei orl thr i million Jews,
his last hi ins reading "L
Dei,"a book on thc works of]
Jewish philosopher, Spinoza. J
OVERSEAS COMMUNIQUE.',
Ami is. v. D are ruij
.Greece today are still sornet
, ors who collaborated in the u
\ man best inst t.e jj
ish people. These ex-Quu
are conducting unrelenting >
paigns of extermination agsj
: Greek (i> tie forces... a
| Barzalai, i hief rabbi of Aim
reminds us t-.at Greek pans!
.saved thousand of Jewish H
during th Nazi occupation. [
He appi American Jevrn
repay this debt with "moral i
material aid to assist the
cratic people of Greece.".,.]
i sent our contribution to i||
i can Relief f ir Greek Dema
111 West 42 st.. New YorkOJ
THANK YOU NEW REPUBU
The New Republic, in its 1
sue announcing new
Henry Wallace, confirmi
insistence that there is a I
necting link between The I
1 cago Tribune, the Hearst Pn
and Youth for Christ. .
will you believe us. .
PERSONALIA....
Paul Muni is next on theliit|
Holly v. >lated for
. "Red" sn i ar. After
they'll go work on Mars
O'Brien. Dinah Shore !
brighter. MGM's technia
screen. At the highest
ever paid to a cinema chan*
. Temple Israel's choir dm
the recent I i holy daysfaj
>d socialite Mrs, Cornelius
derbilt Whitney, .
Aside to R ode Island |
jGurnie Dyer. Republican
date for Governor of ycur:
says that the Democratic!
is a party hali-fcreigners"j
Is that to. Horst Wessel .'ocf
Ihcar in the background?
SCOOPETTES ...
Joe IfeWUlianu, America!
tie Fuehrer, is back in New M
looking very suMessfuL. JJ
who attacked "The ProtftW
recently will be interested
know that the September isuy
The Cross and Ti >e Flag, j*
aid L. K. Sn ith'i ha\f;?
attacking "The Protestant
even more noted ''n0-/ ._
Which reminds us trat l
mon A. Feinberg, forme an-
al chaplain of the Jewjjl
Veterans advocates I P "^1
ignore peopk like G. ed Wasbingto *&**?* **
"develop" a hJJjJSti
his war contrac co""^reCo<
invest.gan d by the K"or
mittee. _____
(JTA)
Secretary of JJjJJ Wi
assured Dr. Stephen .
American *& J
Uh Agency for ra (Xtt
no difference of P^
between t**"fE "
the Department oi M
narding United Sta
toward Palest^-
WASHINGTON.


N0VEMBER_!ii!!!L
111 BitS
I hride^ will he honored
r'n/on Monday which will
L,he Temple Israel S.ster-
1 M Reba Enler Eps em,
1! announces. The affa.r
K held at Kaplan hall from
Pen. **" "
, more than 25 bnd..
remembers of he con-
Lm. Rabbi Colman A
Bin wi conduct a Cn
rion service in their hon
Lj lhe Sisterhood will pre
- ch with a year's mem
L. in the organiration.
Itt the program wlU be de-
t0 the dedication of the
Lsterhood lounge which has
Tmnpletcd under the direc-
,fMrs Hanv B.yell, chair-
1d Mrs.' Adolph Wer-
L Mrs. Elrj Stone, Mrs.
EpSlepian and Mrs. Max
Lical program will be pre-
jbv professional artists.
James Bass, chairman of
ncheon committee, will be
I by Mrs Armand Brown,
Ijrman. Mrs. Bertha Lach,
|Sol Magnu.- and Mrs. Elona
^November hospitality com-
[t, heeded by Mrs. Lach, will
, at the luncheon and all
Sisterhood :unctions this
b. Members are the Mes-
js James Bass, Elona Brown,
KB. Cohen. Armand Brown,
Magnus. B( n a Lach, S. A.
fcSarah L. Augustine, Jos-
lass and Law n nee Adler.
are events i n the Sister-
j calendar include a Cha-
laffair for post confirmants
amber and an inter-faith
t project of the Sisterhood
bbsidizing bus transporta-
llor Sunday school students,
lent, buses bring students
| the Bead ai d the south-
section oi Mi: : i. Service
I other sectin: will be pro-
1 in the near future.
Young Police Reporter
To Be Bar Mitzva
Conrad Kussner, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. L. Kussner, 809 Se-
villa ave., will become Bar Mitz-
va at services Saturday morning'
in the Miami Jewish Ortl
Congregation.
Conrad is the young man who
was proba
most disa|
pointed last
year when
President Tin-
man changed
his plan
visiting Miami.
For Coi
chief of the
junior sta!
Florida State
P 0 lice a n d
Public Safety
Reportei
all set in
executive, He
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view the chief
didn't get the interview but he
has a letter from the president's
secretary expressing Truman's
regrets.
Mr. and Mrs. Kussnei
viing their friends to attend a
kiddush at the synagogue follow-
ing the services. The Ku
will be hosts at a private dinnei
Sunday evening at the Rapl at 1
hotel. Among the guests v..
Rabbi Murray Grauer, Rabbi Al
bert Michels and Canti r M i
Mamches.
Originally from New York, t: e
Kussners moved to Miami two
and one-half years ago after
spending many years hen
League to Install
Officers At Luncheon
Officers of the l !
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Nov. 13, Ml li
week.
Senior and junicr hostesses of
the league will meet at the
ami Y at 7:15 p.m. Monday be-
fore going to the Pratt Gr-
hospital where the league ho
its monthly bingo parly lor [
valescent servicemen.
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ON JEWISH EDUCATION
"Restoring Jewish Education to
Jewish Life" will be the topic oi
the panel discussion to be held I y
the Beth David Parent-T.
association 8 p.m. Monday
Talmud Torah.
Taking part at this round '
will be three Beth i>
ious school teachers, L uis U
who will speak on the "Pha I
Religion"; Miss Irene Jacobs, n
"Nationalism," and Mrs. Alexan-
der Steibel on "Social Conscious-
ness."
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be th
moderator.
A reception honoring the ti
ers will follow. All pare:.:
invited.
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hold a dance I
at the Centi
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439


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FRIDAY,
AJC Scores Literary
Scoop on Asch Review
Sholcm Asch's "East River",
published Oct. 18, will be the sub-
ject of Mrs. I. M. Weinstein's book
review for the Miami Beach
Women's division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress 1:30 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 8, at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
"We feel that we have a liter-
ary scoop for our first book re-
view this year because the novel
isn't in the book stores yet," Mrs
Louis Glasser, AJC president,
said this week.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs
M. Scheinberg, niece and sister ol
the author, have been invited as
special guests.
Asch's latest book deals with
the marriage of a Jewish boy
from an orthodox family and a
Catholic girl, both brought U]
the polyglot of nationalities thai
is the East Side.
Subscription tickets to the 14
events on the Friday Review
Sei ies are still available Sinj
admissii ns may be obtained ai
the doi r.
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry is
man of the series, assisted by Mrs
Leonard Kimball and Mrs. Frank
W. iss.
Daniel Miller Observes
Bar Mitzva At Temple
DanU 1 Miller, son of Mr. an<
Mi s. B( : tram Miller, will bi c n i
Bar Mitzva during service s ai
Temple Beth Sholom at 10:45 a n
Satui day
Mr. and Mrs. Miller will b<
at 1 I >n g Shabbat
will follow si rvices thjj evening
Ri : Leoi Kronish will
"Ji ri n and the C lonial
Ofl t thi servic< s, scl eduled
15 p.m., i" celebrati B I
four S I
A Balfour Day assembly wili
be held 11:30 a.m Sunday by
gra le Sunday school stu-
di nis under tl < dii ect n I M
Miriam Miller.
Rabbi Lehrman to Open
Evening Services
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
open his fourth season of late
Friday night services at the Mi-
ami Bead: Jewish Center at 8:IS
p.m. this evening.
The rabbi will preach on "TOe
Hope that is Zion" in honor
the anniversary of the signing oi
the Balfour Declaration. Cantor
Milton Fn i Iman I Ni w York
ity will chant the service, as-
isted by thi Centei i
Ernest Frei man. son ol Mr.
Mrs. Nat Freeman, and Barry
I i nbeii si n of Mr. and Mrs.
Samui 1 li n, will 1"
Bar Mitzva du ii Saturda; -
ices which will begin at 9
Hah:: Lehrman will preach on
the weekly portion ol the law
at that time.
Junior congregal ioi sei vic< s
will be i eld at l" a.m.
DONALD ROSENBERG
TO BE BAR MITZVA
!,: H ?enberg will become
Bar Mitzva at 8:15 p.m. tl is eve-
: His pai
nl Mi an I Mi s Moi i is Ri >sen
iO S W 17 st., will b.
ai a reception in Kaplai
: all f How ing thi sei \ ices.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
on "The rower f an
during tin- service.-.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
FETE PRATT PATIENTS
B'nai B'rith Women (f Miami
vere hostesses at a Hallowe'en
party fcr psychiatric patients ol
Pratt General hospital yesterday
aftei noon.
Mi Sam II. Goldman, pn si
lent, has railed a meeting of her
board for 10 a.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Milton Friedman.
2263 S. W. 21st ter. Lum i
will be served following 1
meeting.
MORE JEWISH CHAPLAINS NEEDED IN EUROPE
NEW YORK Because of his recognition that the com-
bination of religious advisor and American officer enables
Jewish Army chaplains to help orient and disp aced per-
son-.' problems and to effectively interpret Displaced Per-
son-' problems to the tactical authorhes. General Joseph
McNarney. commanding general of the European Theatre.
has asked the office of the chief of chaplains of the war
department for 10 extra Jewish chaplains to help out in
handling the problems of Jewish displaced persons in
Tn response to this reguest, JWB's committee on army
and navy religious activities is urging rabbus who served
m the chaplaincy and are now back in civilian life (311
rabbi- served as Army. Navy and Marine corps chaplains
of whom 49 are still in service) to re-volunteer for service
to work with Jewish Displaced Persons in the American
zones of occupation in Germany and Austria.
BBG COUNCIL MAPS
WINTER PROJECTS
Plai for a number of projects
to be undertaken by local B'nai
B'rith Girls were outlined at a
., ,., ting of the BBC council Sun-
day.
At the request of the Miami
and Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Women, the girls will repeat the
musical skit which was presented
at the recent district convention
f, r the Miami and Miami Bench
B'nai B'rith Women on Dec. 10
and Jan. 14. The skit will also be
given on Dec. 4 at a mothers and
daughters tea to be arranged by
the Beach advisors. In addition.
Iris are preparing a one-act
play. "East of Eden," by Chris-
tophi r Morley.
In connection with the overseas
project of assembling sewing
equipment kits, the girls will show
a film depicting the wi rk of the
Ji int Distril ution Committee to
the Miam l Beach chapters on
Nov. 20 and the Miami chapters
Nov. 21.
Their annual fund-raising.
dance for all chapters will be held
during Deceml er.
BBG Sabbath will be observed
in Much when each chapter will
conduct Friday night services in
various local temples aria syna-
gi gues.
Chapters engaged in these ac-
tivities are the DBG. BZB and
ALS of Miami and BBG, Jems
and Winx of Miami Beach, as-
sisted by the young women's
chapter of Debbs.
Pre-Kindergarten Open
Pre-kindergarten classes an
held from i' a.m. till noon Mon-
day through Friday at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center. C! ild-
ren between tl e ago- of three and
five years attend.
SAFETY MEET CALLED
Methods of bringing about
greater safety of pedestrians and
motorists will be discussed at a
highway safety conference called
by Governor Millard Caldwell for
Ni V. 7 and 8 in Orlando.
Gov. Caldwell has expressed
tl e hi pe that the conference will
prove to be the beginning of a
continued program whereby citi-
zens will organize safety commit-
tees in every community and
county thr ughout Florida.
County Bond Issues
Face Test Tuesday
An aroused public this week
began taking more interest in the
general election next Tuesday as
various groups joined forces to
get out 80,000 votes on election
day.
The county is especially inter-
ested in the passage by freehold-
ers of its five bond issues which
j include $2,000,000 for an aquari-
'um on Virginia Key; $1,250,000
I for a modern auditorium; $500,-
000 to complete the central unit
I of the ocean-front park north of
Baker's Haulover; $200,000 for a
storage warehouse, and $100,000
[for development of the county
park east of Homestead on Bis-
cay ne Bay.
Members of the county com-
mission have stated that no work
will be started on any project
which will effect the building of
homes for veterans, and no bonds
will be sold until the county is
assured that labor and materials
will be available for the success-
' ful completion of the project.
Candidates for county, state
and congressional offices will be
up for election Tuesday. State
constitutional amendments also
face county okay.
LEHRMAN TO REPORT
ON ZOA CONVENTION
November
Group A^-
PaceInHospi,al^|
Tw"',-v-f've^Wer
Mtth'Pforth2i'!
th-" Ml. Sinai h ^
Monday n.Rht at an L5
dinner given ^
Shenx me hotel
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
Jt *e hoSpital gryoup
the request He n,mA
the wmmz::,;
Pa.gn t build the ho^aU
ninimum rather than
ium need,
Hl' ''!leci the historyo,!,
l0l hospital movement J
was initiated in 1937 andto
by the *
"Now that Greater Miaul
grown to its present impc
in the ranks of American c,
we must take our proper pi
havini pita] under jj
auspii es ^id
Mai : tz, president of|
Greater Miami Jewish Fed
tion u ampaign is coorl
ated witl tl e hospital dnvj
scribed the progress toward
opening of the Alton Road hi
tal under the aegis of the
Sinai gn up.
He ted that the
Road I will be open
independently and as a step
stone to i ventual lit
hospital.
T- Alt'>n Road institution)
retain I e, he ;aid.
Results of the national conven-
tian of the Zionist Organization
of. America held this week will
be reported by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man at the Miami Beach Zionist
district luncheon club Wednesday
noon at the National hotel.
COPA Gets Out Vote
Over 1100 members of Sholem
I lodge, B'nai B'rith will receive
reminders to vote in the Nov. 5
election this weekend from the
committee on public affairs. The
eminders are being sent out in
cenformance with COPA's pro-
gram for civic betterment and
"in mur.ity si rvice, Chairman
i n Kr nenfeld announced.
ATTENTION
Dr. V. k. SHANNON
Chiropodist and Foot
Specialist
Formerly of Roney Plaza <
Whitman Hotels
Is Now At
the late Dr. Fannie Rowe's
Office
1424 N. W. 7th Avenue
Hours 11 to 4 P. M.
Evenings for Appointment
Telephone 3-4016

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Presents
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DECEMBER 2. 1946FOOTLIGHT FAVORITES QUARTET
John Brownlee. Lucielle Browning,
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DECEMBER 28. 1946IVA KITCHELL, Comic Soprano
JANUARY 25. 1947RAY LEV, Pianist
FEBRUARY 27. 1947-BIDU SAYAO, Lyric Soprano
MARCH 29, 1947JOSEPH FUCHS. Violinist
All events at Miami Beach High School Audi-
torium, 1420 Drexel Avenue. 8:30 P.M. Series
subscriptions, $10.80, tax inclusive, available at
Y.M. & W.H.A.. One Lincoln Read. Normandy
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HOSPITAL SURVEY
IN LAST PHASE
PAGE SEVEN
N^HPPRvSDAdPPR0VE Y Birobidjan Committee
NURSERY PROGRAM To Sponsor Concert
>i tudy "f the needs
Kititutt-ji-
niK levels was recom-
K Atlanta Sunday at an
P nfmrre of a subcom-
KTcaS of the JJh
VFlorida, Georgia and
. farolin;'.
a Harold l'. Spaet, presi-
lVthe Greater Miami Jew-
H,e' for the Aged, was
n of the subcommittee
S by the southeastern
Scouneil of Jewish Fed-
"ndWelfan Funds.
subcommittee proposed
national CJFWF under-
lie four-month study in eo-
lith local welfare
and feder: ~ It recom-
u the app intment of an
to the soutn-
director to to-
il i n
icry grmip
ional
Bt the survej in smaller
tinities.
.. : in various
..,.. was cussed. Co-
JjJJe ef| rts of the Greater
II me and the Jewish So-
jfcrviei' bun i were pointed
[Home P' '' '' institution-
jfor Jewish aged and JSSB
ides its personal counselling,
I and til er vices to
ged wisl to remain in
I ... : with private
|ie?. Visitii i housekeeper
tufse services are available.
Spaet. who represent-
as well as the Home,
representative.-, to the con-
were (' arli s R. Cohen,
executive director; Max
^iberg. board member of the
and Fnd Holland, direc-
I the Home.
Itr communities represent-
.V.l: Augusta and
ah. Ga ton, S.C.,
ksonville, Fla.
b, director of .| | ,n. tee "' Greater Miami will present
ital for Joint i '' mi Gina W em, writer and lecturer,
led to New York Mon- ...:'- Sunday in the Miami
Publication of the Create] Mi
ami Jewish Federation' h
survey awa '
J. J. Golub
York Hospi
who returne
day after a short visit I i Beach High school, 1424 Drexel
Results of the survey will be ave-
used in planning for the Mt Included on the program will
hospital. tion ol be Clara Schinskaya, vocalist,
com
Dr. Golub met with the survey irman
mmittee last Thursday and w itl
a representative group ol pi \ at the Y
cians Friday.
The doctors discussed a n mber proJect '
of technical problems regardin
the establishment and admin cultural pro) empha-
tration of the Mt. Sinai hospil -
Their opinions will be incorpo- il re"
rated into the survey " Baron de Hirsch Meyer pi Ml ''
dent of the Mt. Sinai 1 oi e nu"*ry,
group, told the more tl an 25
physicians who attended the
luncheon at the National
that the community look. I
them to take an activ. 1
ship in the hospital's Fun
ing campaign.
The physicians chose Dr. Louis !dJ
LytUj .serve as their c
____________________ iperationi
betwi
The nursi ..
a week fn m I .....6
irill be

Election. Card Party
On Group's Agenda
Franklin Schoenbaum
To Become Bar Mitzva
Franklin Schoenbaum, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schoenbaum,
will become Bar Mitzva during
services which will begin at 8:30
a.m. tomorrow at Beth Jacob
synagogue. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will address the young
man.
Friday evening rervices will be
held at 5:15 p.m. Intermediate
services will be at 9 a.m. and
Junior congregation at 10 a.m.
Saturday. Mincha will begin at
5:15 p.m. and will be followed by
Shalos Sudos.
Sorority to Plan
Local Service Project
A local service project will be
adopted by the Miami alumnae
organization of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority at a meeting celled for
Tuesday evening at the home of
Miss Arline Lipson, 2547 S. W.
Fourth st. Mrs. Ethel Gerson will
pre side.
The sorority's international pro-
ject is caring for European refu-
gee children.
Alumnae who wish to attend the
meeting are asked to contact Miss
Lipson.
GINA MEDEM
will sing sev( ral operatic
arias and folk songs. She will be
accompanied at the piano by Jos-
eph Schreibman.
The Miami Jewish Folk Chorus,
rman.
ill be
is Club Is Site
|Hadassah Tea
Woman's dub, 1737 N.
tore dr., will be the scene of
nbership given by
'liami group of Hadassah
18, Mrs. Joseph Carp, presi-
T.ounccd following a board
i Monday at the home of
idney Lefcourt.
Lous Kotkin, third vice
fent and men bership chair-
jll be ted by Mrs.
Kline, Mrs David Ser-
fttdMrs, .' Belov at the
ah will-seek increased
-P to cai ry on its health
[reconstruct, n program in
tae. youth aliyah, child
national :und, trees
? Wpplies and emergen-
ce! progran .-
E'.Jack s as appoint-
m welfare chairman and
'fvrng Genet, hospitality
I at meeting.
"Bates tu the national Ha-
;^Vention, t be held in
next month, are to be an-
I soon.
^ Members of the Miami Hebrev
School and Junior Congregal________________
will cast their ballots at 8 p.m.
Monday in the Biscayne Temple, Beach Reading Circle
120 N. W. 15th ave. D v-jj- l c j
a slate of offices will pi Resumes Yiddish Study
sented by the nominating cum- Study V in will
mlttee of which Harry Shear is be resume,! by 1 Read- fueled by Lou.s Powesky,
chairman. Members of the com- in8 cin|e when it holds il fi I also penorm.
mittee are H. M. Drewich N i ,u ?
Blumberg. Mae Apfelbaum and of Mrs. P. Rubin, 311 Meridian J^ '" the concert wi
Mrs. H. Minkoff. Nomination ave- -:l H:M P-m Sa< -'>'
will also be accepted from tic Different meml the circle
floor. losts each HOME EVENT NOV. 19
The organization will hold it ; ets- I i te I i the concluding event
first card party of the season at '' a*> th. ject f the Mi.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ^{ebman, A. M. Dorfl and Manya amj ,,.__,.,, WlmlVs Auxiliary to
shon August, 1375 S. W. Sixth St., bhubov. e ,. H|1U. for the Aged
at 8 p.m. Sunday. has been set lor 1:30 p.m. Tues-
Hostesses assisting Mrs. An- NEW HEBREW CLASS day, Nov. 1!'. Mrs. Benjamin
gust will be Mrs. E. A. Moss, Mrs. .. S erry, president, announces.
Sam Kostoff and Mrs. Herbert
Feldan.
BROWARD NOTES
Mrs. Paul Silverman and son.
Jules, of Ft. Lauderdale, spent
last weekend in Tampa to cele-
brate the birthday of Max Argin-
tar, brother of Mrs. Silverman.
In Tampa they nut Miss I
Lee Silverman, who flew from
Florida State College for Women
for the occasion. Also attending
the affairs were Mrs. Oscar, Mrs
A. Kirschenbaum, and Mrs. Mur-
ray Kornik, of Miami.
ttee workers are asked
for adults will hold d t.A.;,. s t() Mrs. Ben.
ng at Beth David Wednes- |a||]m Appd chairmani at 4430
day evening. Rv;il ]Vm avt.
The class, under the supervision_______.____,____________________
Ol .1 .. ih Eduea- _^____
lion, I ught by Nathan Bree n
who spent several yeai in Pales-
tine.
An elementary kn wledge
Hel rev th. prerequisite for the
cour
Aids Methodist Project
Jewish citizens aiding the Mi-
ami Beach Methodist church
"ctmmunity betterment cam-
paign" are Leonard Abess, Mar-
cie Liberman, Judge Harold
Spaet and Harold Turk.
The project will include a new
church, a youth center, a dormi-
tory for young women and a
brotherhood shrine.
Calling Garment Mlgrs..
Laundries Cleaners, Tailors
Dressmakers!
BUTTONS
For All Purposes
PRESSING ROOM SUP-
PLIES. HANGERS. PINS.
NEEDLES. SCISSORS,
SHEARS
Phone 2-5590
162 W. Flagler Street
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Sterling, Ft
Lauderdale, celebrated their 39tl
wedding anniversary and Mr.
Sterling's birthday Oct. 24. at
which time their son and da
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Sterling, entertained in th( it
honor at the Overseas n staurant.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs
A. Grossman and Mr. and Mrs.
Philemore Teper.
VOTE FOR
M. DUNCAN HELD
M FOLK CHORUS
p FOR THOUSANDS
J1"*" ot Miamians have
W?S ''' the Greater
fcj*(,sn F"lk Chprua which
pES0'. Loui Powesky.
EoL the cnorus. wh^n
T'5 "; ,h" Un"ed
to ,- T'"a' Mnce ** lo"
R A?i anh "f the Jew"
Cc Alu,,,, which has 34
I dna mandolin orches-
fc*aC?Uaint Miamians
h W f '"'k chorus
v*Kiactlve ;md nonr-
' +!*%,a dance Sat-
"list w-bwond ave. and
T*2S Refresh"
Mrs. Harry Goldberg, of Pom-
pano, is recuperating in Broward
General hospital from a
operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reiss of
Lake Wales spent last w< ekend
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Reiss of Hollywood. They
also visited in Ft. Lauderdale
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reiss,
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5 Convenient Locations
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101 8. W. First Street
532T N. Miami Atb.
8539 N. W. 17th Ave.
045 Fifth Street
Phone 5-5369
1840 Alton Road
Phone 5-9724
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Jules Charming Opens
Engineering Office
p Chai ning, registered
, ,] ngineer, has an-
. the establishment <
, ngineera office at
1540 Washing-
ton ave. for the
genera] prac-
tice of civil
a n d architec-
tural engineer-
ing.
Chann ing
was previously
associated with
tl of five of
A 1 l>< it An is.
local architect.
O r i g i n a lly
from New
York city, he
1 I. th architecture and
. ng al Cooper Union
N v Y rk university.
the war, he (It vi loped
rovi mei i- in warship
:: ,'. ill with the Navy
m i.i as a structural engi-
i al ai chitect,
v ,! Day, Charming
en ring and archi-
ll for many indus-
. powe r plants, ho-
apartmi nt buildings and
He was with the
H : ison, Abramovitz and
W i Radio City and helped
the first all-aluminum fac-
i_d skyscraper for the Aluminum
. America.
ming rides at 4218 Col-
ave. il" is active in local or-
zations including the Profes-
. i Ei ini era Society of South
Jr. Chamber of
erce, B'nai B'rith, Masada
I ii pic Beth Sholom.
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13Ci Cc line Ave.,
BREAKFAS1. 8 00 '. 1:00 P.M.
HOTEL ROOi IS N
HOME AUXILIARY
HONORS MRS. ZALIS
I /..ill.-, former presi-
Miami Women's Aux-
to the Jewish Hume for the
received a silver loving
rom the organization Tues-
. ; ;p brunch held
David.
entation was made by
ky Levine following Mrs.
. rej i on her administra-
spcakers were Rabbi
S piro, Mrs. Benjamin
nt of the Miami
Women's Auxiliary and
. campaign chair-
he Home.
I : Cohen was hostess.
Claire Herzog, president.
I the i nrollment of
mi mbers.
10 HEAD DRIVE
FOR AGED HOME
Appointment of Harold Shapiro,
Miami Beach attorney, as director
of the $75,000 building fund
drive of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, was ap-
proved by the
board of direc-
tors Monday
evening.
Work on the
m w building is
progress ing
sat isfactorily.
Max Green-
berg, chairman
of the building
committee, an-
nounced. Ac-
c o m modations
for 40 people
will be available when this new
addition is completed adjacent
to the present home at 335 S. W.
12th ave., he said.
Applications for admittance arc
coming in rapidly, Fred Holland,
director of the institution, stated.
Shapiro was selected to head
the drive because of his experi-
ence in organizational activities.
Prior to coming here, he was
active in Milwaukee in the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, B'nai
B'rith, American Jewish Con-
gress, Orphan's Home and relig-
ious institutions.
While serving as legal officer
in the Navy in this area, he
worked with the Army and Navy
committee of the Jewish Welfare
board on behalf of servicemen
and acted as chaplain in conduct-
ing religious services.
The fund campaign, of which
1 Sydney L. Weintraub is chairman,
I will begin in December with em-
i phasis being placed on securing
I dues for life membership at $100
1 or more.
Mrs Schwartz ,0
Husband In SI* I
En route in r
n A. Schwab M*
York Wednesday ,L 'roD1
N" U Schwab *
engineer for the Arm,
for his wife's arrival"*
Mrs Schwartz isn'i 8(
"oaf when she arrives
,,Kry- She P^M to c
girls group leader ard
teach. Spanish.
The former Claire Can
graduated cum laude fr
University of Miami aM?
languages at the Univem
Havana and Mexico
Her :..-band, a native o!
York, was overseas for i
months during the war and
turned to Germany m ap
| JEROME A. WARNEhI
DIES IN PANAMA
Mrs. Lillian Warner, 311
st.. Miami Beach, has
word from the War de^
that her 19-year-old ion, Ptl
rome A. Warner, died Oct.)
Panama following a brain i
cussion.
Her two other sons, Lesterl
Carl, of the Miami Beach addt
served with the Marinesand!
overseas during the war and t
through unharmed. Yj
Warner enlisted in the .
forces in June. 1945, sh
fore V-J Day.
Pfc. Warner attended
Beach Senior High school |
was graduated from the
Military institute. A natirj
Detroit, he had lived herel
seven years and was activa;
AZA.
National AJC Leader
Addresses Local Group
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Mrs. Josephine Levy, executive
member of the national board of
the American Jewish Congress.
described the work which Con-
gress is doing for Eurooean ref-
ugee children at the recent in-
stalltion luncheon of the Miami
chapter.
To date. AJC has collected over
$300,000 for its child care pro-
gram and hopes to reach the half-
million mark this winter, Mrs.
Levy said.
Mrs. Joseph Fine headed the
officers who were inducted by
Rabhi Max Shaniro. Mrs. Sidnrv
Stepkin, general chairman, wel-
comed the guests. Mrs. Shapiro
read the invocation.
Mrs. Joseph Boeninger was
chairman of the hospitality com-
mittee and Mrs. Rosenbloom,
chairman of refreshments.
Culture Program Set
For Pioneer Women
A cultural program, under|
direction of Mrs. B. Freidi
will highlight the meeting i
number one, Pioneer Won
Organization, at the Beach'
8 p.m. Tuesday.
First meeting of the season|
held last Wednesday at the 1
of Mrs. I. Rosengarten.
Henry Seitlin presided and |
corned new members. C
speaker was Abraham Gt
executive director of the"
of Jewish Education.
Mrs. J. Stadlin spoke
Jewish National Fund. Sub
tial contributions for JNF
the Child Rescue Fund were j
lected.
AMVETS Meet Monday
AMVETS. Robert Richter no.
11, will meet at 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the National hotel auditorium.
Nat Pollack, post commander,
has invited World War two vet-
eruns to attend. The housing and
welfare committee, headed by
Philip Barri, is available to all
veterans. Pollack said.
The post, named after the Mi-
ami Beach hero, sponsors the
"Voice of the Veteran" program
at 6:45 p.m. each Monday eve-
ning over Station WGBS.
"
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 Line of Fruits and Vegetables
HEBREW HIGH SCHC
OPENS TWO BRANCH
A Central Hebrew High so-
under the supervision of
Bureau of Jewish Education
its affiliated schools was
ciallv opened Wednesday. I
Two branches will be maB
ed. In Miami classes win
from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at U"J
sular Institute. 223 E Flag
and in Miami Beach, *
Wednesday and Thursday
6:30 to 8 p.m. at theM-a"""
Jewish Center. Jhupb^
instructor of the course at
Cs"ud;n.swhohaveanin.enjj
ate knowledge of Hebre^l
roll if they qualify- APP^
may be made at trie ri
office in the Congress buiWl
Dinner Will Benefit
Mizrachi Village
Mlzrachi-s refugee d
Village m Falejme ^i
from the proceeds o ^ j
dinner to be held at twn
from 1 to 3 pm. ^^
Mrs- s- Z27
chairman o the arrane
A musical program j
cantor will highlight"
noon event


NOVEMBER^!!!!!
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PLAIN TALK
FROM ALFRED SEGAL
PAGE NINE
BEACH SOLDIER CHANTS SERVICES IN ITALY
_.,, HIM AWAY
TAKL r L ...... American
ItS&r they have
drums
,- in < > u i'
>tlh,s--e'' i.k, to Play with
T; h. re i* a Jewish
r have been
Palestine in
rapt Zion-
ffhS leap with gleeful
*J another Politician
? .m thai th' hanging of
.-';;: *, exactly legal.
1 ,,X "Jewish vote" ranks
,Sks a poUUcal cap.-
hi.h to get elected.
I& (non?Jewtah) com-
SSSh other to prove that
'fJSter Zionist than his
lii President Truman is-
aeYom Kippur proclamation
[Palestine and Governor Dew-
l-;S!c,S'nLh a grand
PPier than hisi riv-
icm hanged and dead.
!.".(
has
n see thei
like a political PuTim.,
this was most painfully
King to understanding
s and I should guess that
j of us do understand the
of American politics. Few.
r, of us ere deceived and
lit of us fell humiliated to be
for politics, like beef or
lack thereof.
ft politicians haven't yet
ned that Jews aren't to be
Lied that way. Their back-
bd ir.inds function in the re-
fee pa;t wii. Ihe U.S. was in-
largily by new immi-
ks who needed friends and
(tefully accepted the favors of
(duct politicians
He precinct politician leader
show the bewildered ta-
int wh at a peddler's
at the City Hall. He could
; to the hoodlum who liked
immigrants' beards. He
istop the exactions of graft-
|cops when ne had a small
re. He was a friendly man in
fccur of life wl en friendliness
ibadiy needtd. In his selfish
(he did peiform some desir-
isocial
Witician rids keep on
ng in that period. In the
cities tl ey think of Jews
>ple still to be handled out
! vest pocket. Jews still are
Bidered 'Vote", like the har-
little pi 111 rs who were
'u' '': r or a smile,
tl politician muses, it should
p Jews hapj y if I smile on
tine: they will be my life-
f friends if thi j sec me dance
5fd the Nuremberg corpses,
politicians h a v e n't
h' up with the facts of
life in the U.S. One of
facts is that Jews think
themselves as Americans
Political affiliations are
on the same principles
! Prejudices on which other
ncans stand.
US T if off theyare
luy Republicans who, like
gwr Americans of their class,
f "Wrded th New Deal as
SI" '" "'' conomic in-
I bu! "hlch made them fair-
[fenced by the fluctuations
w stock
it's
change. They lik- to believe that
if the PAC is triumphant wages
will be better and their way of
living more secure.
(I thould add. though, that
there are well-to-do Jews who
don't mind the stockmarkel at
all and have the idea that if
w*qes are good and workmen
have security it will be all right
for them. too. These go along
with PAC.)
So it goes politically among the
Jews, though the politicians
haven't found it out yet. To these
backward thinkers the Jew is
still the bewildered voti r who
could be had by little tav an
flatteries. Well, yes, they say,
we'll tell them we're /.: I
that'll get them. We'll put on a
look of being plenty sore because
Goering died by poison in
of by hanging; that should get
them.
To this American Jew all this
gives a pain as it does to all other
self-respecting Jews, it's like I -
ing patronized by a ward-heeler.
I'd tell the guy to get the hell out
of here.
I can take care of myself; I'm
not to be handled. I, the Jew,
have lived a long time in a gnat
history and who's this fellow to
influence my mind and heart by
cheap flattery?
my conscience and this politi-
iiiiii(^i ,,'' daughtei ol
f' B : Louis
. 153S S.W Sixth st.. ar-
Oct. 18. Alan Rando
': d Mrs. Sid
~M S.E. Ninl Pl., Hia-
leah, Oct. 17. Bryna Reb
daughter i: Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Allan Wolfe, 1443 N.E. Fii
ave., Oct. (j.
Judith Fay, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sali Rothschild, 960
Jefferson ave., was born Sept.
20 Alan Kester, son oi Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Rabin, 2012 S.
W. 24th St., Sept. 30 ... V .:
Lt. Al Rosner, of Miami Beach, Allied military government
officer stationed in Trieste, chanted traditional Kol Nidre serv-
ices which took place in the Jewish synagogue in Gorizia, Italy,
Oci. 4. Lt. Rosner also conducted services during Sukkos. Son
ham Jacob, son of Mr. and Mr*.; ol Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rosner of 1024 Pennsylvania ave., he
Paul Goldberg, 1423 N. W. 23th
s( Sept. 21 .
Allen Steven, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Larry Grossman,
1228 Collins ave., Oct. 9 .
Howard Elswit Charles, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gross,
1254 Pennsylvania ave., Sept.
29 Gwen Ellen, daughter
of the Harry Harold Tischlers,
2347 S. W. Second tor., Sept.
26 Jacalyn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Korn-
blatt, 804 Ocean dr., Oct. 8 .
Paula Mae, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Allen Dor-
meyer, 216 Michigan ave.,
Sept. 28
recently was promoted to first lieutenant.
Hollywood to Start SOS
I Hollywood SOS drive for
supplies for overseas survivors
will commence with a meeting
lay evening at the Jewish
; unity Center, 2030 Polk st.
Mrs. Tecl J. Sorin, president of
the Center's auxiliary, will pre-
side.
Mrs. Edwin M. Roscnthal, Hol-
lywood SOS general chairman,
will talk on "The Meaning of
SOS." Her talk will bo followed
Attend Northwestern
Attending Northwestern uni-
versity, Evanston, 111., are Doro-
thy Rae Goldstein, 5828 Pine Tree
dr.; Jacqueline Rosen, 932 Lenox
ave., and Sanford M. Swerdlin,
2851 Sheridan ave.
cian can't speculate with it for Mrg Bernard Hamersmilh 543
the profit ot votes.
I am for more and more im-
imgration of homeless Jews to
Palestine but this politician in-
sults me when he attempts for
the sake of votes, to exploit my
deepest humanitarian feelings as
man and Jew.
And, as to the Nuremberg
hangings, I, the Jew, don't dance
with the politician-: around the
scaffold. I look on solemnly as a
man who on this scaffold has
seen the fulfillment of the ethi-
cal teaching he inherited in sac-
red scripture.
I remember what Isaiah said
about the fate of the
with a question and answer pe-
. Philip" Alan, and rio* .. .
. .. : 1 mi Per-ens. interested in participat-
Faith Susan, Imns of Mr. and ing the dlive invited t at.
tend.
Lenox ave., Sept. 28 .
Olivia Davis, daughter of Mr. LANTAFF TO DISCUSS
and Mrs. David M. Kaplan,
2201 S. W. 23rd ter., was born i
Sept. 10 .. Jack Melvin, son!
of Mr. and Mrs. David Daniel Revisi n ol Florida's constitu-
STATE CONSTITUTION
Dresner, 1009 Fourth St., Sept. tii n will be discussed by William
23 Barry Morton, son of Lantaff, Florida legislator, at the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bu'rak, 245 B'nai BVilh Sholem lodge lunch-
Jeferson ave., Sept. 23 j eon meeting in the Downtown
..,,,-.. .. Club restaurant, 12:15 p.m. to-
Madehne Daine, daughter of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Winlield, An exhibition of Anti-Defama-
728 Pennsylvania ave., Sept. lion ,,,,,,,. work in the state will
24 featured at a meeting of the
Jon Albert, son of Mr. and lodge Tuesday evening, Nov. 12.
arrogant Mrs. S. Irwin Becker, 730 Penn- Gi rgi J. Talianoff, Florida re-
transgressor: "How art thou fal-; sylvania ave., Aug. 31 ... Alan gional ADL director, will be prin-
len from heaven, O day star of i Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs.
the morning! How art thou cut | Sigmund Edward Wolfe, 3644
cipal speaker.
down to the ground, thou that I
didst cast lots over the nation,:
"Thou saidst in thy heart:
"Above the stars of God will I
exalt my throne. Yet thou
be brought down to the
world, to the uttermost pan- of
the pit. .
"They that saw thee ...
gaze earnestly at thee: i
the man that made the earth to
tremble, that did shake king-
doms, that made the world as a
wilderness, and destroyed the
cities thereof? Thou art Ci si
' forth from thy grave, like an
horred offshoot, in the
they
stock ex-
ket and
. a Boo, administration
pns on the
Ware high.
L;'1'"1' wage-earneri they,
1 Srat many other Ameri-
"8e-earners, bel
ong hope-
his affilia-
> are ^ governed by eco-
[jpttePAC. In thisaffilia-
N. W. 21ct., Sept. 15 Julia
Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Roy Freeman, 3237 S.
W. Fourth st., Sept. 17 Bur-
ton Jefrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Hendel Greenberg, 214
S. W. 21st., Sept. 4 Wendy
Jane, daughter of Mr. end Mrs.
Marvin Sydney Rubin, 1444 S.
W. Fifth st., Sept. 15. I
bly with I owed h< ad before the
fulfilln 1 nl ; Holy Writ. A
who dances there
to flatter me .1 el< 1 lion tun.. I
raiment say. as the Army officer said of
TTUxxmi
for Rest
Con valescewci
_uChkonicC*S0
J^un-Rpi/Park
fealthIfesort
|Vy iw o ioout (
MI AMI V.FL AGUR 0'"OUT 'LOBID'
of the slain that are thrust,Goering after his body had been
through with the sword, that go brought ition cham-
down to the pavement of the pit, /__________
as a carcass trodden underfoot.
Thou shalt not be joined with
them in burial because tin u hast
destroyed thy land, thou hast
slain thy people; the seed of evil-
doers shall not be named for-
ever. ,
No, I, a Jew, do not dance at
the scaffold but stand there hum-
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Sakowitz Announces
Opening of Law Office
Theodore J. Sakowitz, 1946
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami school of law, is a recent ad-
dition to Mi-
ami legal cir-
cles. His office
is at 918 Sey-
bold bldg.
A board
member of the
Miami Y,
Sakowitz was
Miami chair-
man of the
youth division
in the 194 6
Combined
Jewish Appeal
Riggio Named Head
Of Tobacco Company
SAKOWITZ
campaign.
A graduate
High school.
of Miami Senior
he received his
bachelor of business administra-
tion degree at the University in
1944 before attending law school.
He was vice president of the
law school, president of the Hil-
lel foundation and president of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. Ac-
tive in AZA, he is lifetime advis-
or to Chapter 322. He has served
on the national executive board
of AZA and was president of the
chapter, president of the state
AZA and acting president of the
district.
Vincent Riggio, vice president
in charge of sales for the Atnei I-
can Tooacco company, was re-
cently unanimously elected presi-
dent of the company. H. succeeds
SUPPORT THE
COMMUNITY CHEST
GIVE ONCE FOR ALL!
November 12-29
. 4
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the late George Washington Hill
who died on Sept. 13.
Riggio, who has been connect-
ed with the company for 40 years.
started in the tobacco business in
1905 with the firm of Butler and
Butler at a salary of 15 dollars
a week. Butler and Butler was
purchased by the American To-
bacco company in 190" and in
1911 Riggio was transferred to the
parent company where he rose to
the vice presidency in 1929.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpern,
259 Oleander ave., Palm Beach.
are announcing the betrothal of
their daughter, Geraldyne Claire,
to David Segal, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Segal,
Newport, R.I.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Palm Beach High school and
Florida State College for Wom-
en where she was a member of i
D( lta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Her fiance was recently dis-
charged after four years' serv-
ice in the Navy, most of which
he spent overseas. He is now in
business in Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Palar.sky. 529"4
Gardenia St., have returned from
Miami where they wire extens-
ively entertained by Cantor and
Mrs. Julius Roscnstein.
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Rose Vogel of New-
York to Leo B. Schwack of this
city is made bv her mother, Mrs.
M. Vogel.
A graduate of
New York, Miss
private secretary
factoring house
city.
Mr. Schwack,
Hunter college,
Vogel is now a
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Leonard's store hen
B'nai B'rith Stars will hold a
games party at Scher Memorial
hall on Fern st. at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets for the affair may be ob-
tained from Mrs. Shirley Blum-
berg, 610 Okeechobee id., or at
the door.
Beth El Sisterhood held theii
first meeting at Scher memorial
last night with Mrs. I. Kapnei
presiding.
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Obituaries
WEINBERQ
Mr* Loretta R. Welnberf. 41. ,,n innmiltco pi., Miami Beach, dlril
|,1m to MUml Beach 10 yj*ri
ago from Reading Pa. Mra. weln-
EJra waap realdenl ..f Ihe Mam Beach
iuiineaa Women'! leacue. Bh*> >
iurvlved by bei huatjSa. DavMj he''
,.,,. Mrx Gertrude Olttleman; a
twin Rimer, Mra Jeannette Winer, all
..r Miami Beai ii
WEISSENBERO
\.,,. Wel---fiilHTK. r.T, of 304 Ocean
,1, died last Thursday In a (loai'ltm.
He" waa hi tii.- leather gooda bualneaa
liioo coming here four yeara ajro from
Brooklyn. Surviving are nix wire,
\ii- lil..1.1 Welaaenber*; five chil-
dren ami two alatera. Burial waa In
mi Sebo cemetery follow-in* aervlcea
;ii Rlverairie Memorial chapel.
SLATKO
Benjamin Slatko. fi^. of 123:, N. W.
Third a) died Monday. He waa a
retired electrical appliance manufac-
turer and came here IN montha ago
11 "iii New Tork, N. V He leavea hla
wife, Mra. Sadie Slatko: a daughter,
Marian; a son, Leon; two alatera, Mrs.
Kate Shellon and Sadie Slatko. and
three brothera, Sam, Harry and Jack
Slatko, all "f Miami Services were
held Wedneaday, with llaldil Max Sha-
piro officiating,
SCHECHTER
Mra. Jennie Schechter, M, regular
winter visitor from Cerndale, N. v.,
died unexpectedly last Wednesday at
her residence, I860 s. W. Fourth st..
a daj after she and her huaband,
David, DOUfbl a home there Three
sons and a daughter in New York
also survive. The body was sent to
Nest fork by Cordon Funeral home.
GOLDBERG
Mrs. Clara Goldberg, .'ii. of 1.127
Collins ave., Miami Beach, died Tues-
day She came from New York city
.mil leavea her husband, Morris, and a
alater, Mrs. Fannie Rice, Services
Were held In the I'almer chapel.
Ft. Fauderdale Temple
To Mark Balfour Day
A special Balfour Declaration
service will be held at Temple
Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale at 8
p.m. this evening. Rabbi David
Raab will conduct the service and
preach a sermon on the subject of
"Is the Balfour Declaration
Alive?"
Peoples of all creeds are invit-
ed to attend the services.
The Temple Sisterhood, now
planning for an SOS drive (sup-
plies for overseas survivors) in
cooperation with the B'nai 'Brith
auxiliary, will meet 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the Temple. A social will
follow the meeting, Mrs. Ruth
Nankin, president, announces.
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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-
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REFORM:
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th
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^ Max Shapiro;
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Sloan, executive director.
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Leon Kror.ish, Cantor!
Kelemer.
Dinner-Dance Planned
A dinner-danoe at the Copa-
cabana Club Dec. 4 will highlight
the membership drive of Sholem
lodge, B'nai B'rith, which will
reopen Nov. 15. Lou Heiman is
chairman of the drive and Bur-
nett Roth, chairman of the dance.
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NOVEMBER
1, 1946
*Jtnistirhridrten
PAGE ELEVEN
^ By BOMS SMOLAR
m 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Copy"""
NATIONS:
ffWS5s*:
The
Jish orgw^-United Na
In
|a"Sd upon in Paris. ..
,,S.ion wiU hard-
*?. the prent tes-
ft"principal Issue in
the'refugee problem.
mow
tsue
StfOTl will be a
at the General Assem-
,Se functions of the In-
ional[Refugee Organization
ithi
Book Month to Mark
Schechter Discovery
NEW YORK-Golden jubilee
of Dr. Solomon Schechter*s dis-
covery of a collection of 100,000
manuscripts which led to
General Assembly will
,dS5f.'*hli orgtni-a-
nT become the boneflci-
,f d the property of the
ed European Jews who
hairs. This is one of
lTtment5 of the delege-
Amtrican JewUh or-
m who wert sent to
i connection with the
Conference. .
, result of their activities,
5. delegation at the Confer-
gated ar. amendment to
aties with Hungary and
da providing that the gov-
of these countries
j to the International Ref-
Organization, for relief and
_jtion purposes, all heir-
unclaimed pn pirty of per-
by the Nazis on racial
|ioUE grounds. This
jt was adopted by a
vote, with the Russian
_ against it. Its final
be decided at the meet-
the Council of Foreign
in New York next
sia does not use its veto
I lithe Council, the Inter-
Refugee Organization
to possession not only of
heirless pinperty of in-
Jews in Hungary and
oil, but also of property
ir.g to Jewish organizations
(communities which were
lout.. No wonder that the
{interest of American Jew-
ups at the U.N. General
>ly is now concentrated on
ternational Refugee Organ-
land in the fight that is ex-
I to develop in defining its
AFFAIRS:
(British Government knows
that three of the Arab
are definitely inclined
rt the establishment of a
to'e in a partitioned
M... The three are Egypt,
Jordan and Lebanon. ?, But
ability of Britain's agree-
.MUST BROS ,
ing to partition and to the forma-
tion of a Jewish state is now
more remote than ever before.
This is known to the leaders of
the Jewish Agency, who will
henceforth lay more stress on the
demand for increased immigra-
tion to Palestine than on the e -
tablishment of a Jewish state. .
Incidentally, it is also known
that the Irgun and the Stein
group, who oppose partition,
would extend their terrorist ac-
tivities if partition were effected
. On the other hand they would
cease these activities if Palestine
were opened for increased Jewisn
immigration. Partition would
be considered by them as "treas-
on" and a "sell out" by the Jew-
ish Agency, while increased im-
migration would be considered a
British compromise. .
In the ranks of the American
Zionist leadership also, more ac-
cent will now be laid on increas-
ed immigration than on partition.
, American Zionist leaders are
readying themselves for a stron-
ger voice in the Jewish Agency.
. Some openly advance the
theory that since most of the
funds for the Jewish Agency
come from the United States, the
American Zionists are entitled to
have a say as to how these funds
should be spent. .
The possibility that such a de-
mand would eventually be ad-
vanced was foreseen sometime
ago by Eliezer Kaplan, the able
treasurer of the Jewish Agency.
. He therefore, came to the Unit-
ed States with a suggestion that
the Jewish National Fund and
the Keren Hayesod be transferred
from the Jurisdiction of the World
Zionist executive to the Jewish
National Council of Palestine. .
This would have put the two
principal fund raising agencies
under the direct control of the
Jews in Palestine and out of the
reach of American Zionists. .
However, American Zionists
leaders did not respond enthusi-
astically to Kaplan's suggestion,
and the matter may be brought
up at the forthcoming World
Zionist Congress. .
THE ETERNAL PROBLEM:
One of the most interesting
novels of the year is Sholem
Asch's "East River" just publish-
ed by Putnam's. Bent on the
idea that Jewish religion and
Catholic religion can meet if
there is good will on the part of
both, Asch builds his novel
around a mixed marriage of a
Jewish boy and a Catholic girl
who have grown up together on
the same street on New York's
t Side Each of them is at-
ached to his respective religion
and they get along well. But
what about the child that is born
to them? Here Asch poses a
problem and does not answer it
clearly. Nevertheless his novel
is one of the most powerful liter-
ary creations. .
construction of long periods of
Jewish history will be the basis
lor celebrations in connection
with the 1946 observance of Jew-
ish Book Month, Nov. 15 to Dec
15 it was announced by the Jew-
ish Book Council of America
sponsored by the National Jew-
ish Welfare board,
found in 18% in the Genizah
LEGAL NOTICES
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Florida
RE ESTATE OK
MART UWI-ER,
A'K/A MAKV I.AWI.OR and
MARY A. LAWLER.
Deceased.
NOTICE OK INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION For FINAL. DIS-
CHAROE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
riled inv- final report nml petition for
Final Discharge as Ancillary Admln-
istruor i.f the estale of MART LAW-
YER, A/K/A MARY hAWUiR and
MARY A. LAWLER, deceased: and
Hint on the 18th day of November,
1946. will apply to the Honorable W.
F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
rinal report and for final discharge
Ancillary
of thi. ivM(m,, ; / "i,"------- :,s Ancillary Administrator of the
oi tne synagogue in Ca.ro, Egvpt, Estate of MARY LAWLER, a/K/a
the manuscripts aided in the re- "ART LAWLOR and mart a
storation of many lost Jewish lit-
terary monuments.
Other Jewish literary anni-
versaries which will be marked
during Jewish Book Month are
:he 30th anniversary of Sholom
Aleichem's death; the 30th anni-
versary of the establishment of
LAWLER, deceased.
This loth day of October, 1946.
MAX R. SILVER.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator.
10/1 g- n/i-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
f Tropical Sales Service at 2024 S.W.
the Histadruth Ivrith of America -'"' Be*i Miami. 35. Fla.. Intends
whirr. nmJl, u"mined ,,, register said name with the Clerk
wnicn promotes the Hebrew Ian- of the circuit Court of Dade County,
guage and literature; the 70th an-
niversary of the birth of Abra-
ham Reisen, Yiddish poet and
author, and the tercentenary of
the birth of Gluckel of Hameln,
17th century author and iarist.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN" COUNTT JUDGE'S Cl II UT
Dade On nlj Florida
No. IT".-
Re: Estate of BAMUEL. B OES-
NRR, d< ceased.
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION Foil FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I have filed my final report and pe-
tition for Final Discharge as Ad-
ministratrix of the .st.it. of Samuel
R Gesner, deceased; and that on
the 25th da of November, 1946, will
apply to the Honorable W. F Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County, PI
for approval of said final report and
for final discharge -. Administratrix
of the estate of S imuel B Gesn.
deceased.
This i'4th day of October, 1946
FLORENCE GESNER.
MAX It SILVER,
Attorney for Administratrix.
i" Jj i! 1-8-15
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CARLYLR HoTF.I.. at 1250 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beaoh, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GEORGE '1' .T.I'IIEIM
SYLVIA GOLDBERG
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicants
10/25 II 1-8-15-28
Florida.
ROBERT W. COOK
Sole Owner.
10:11-18-81 11:1
NOTICE IS HERERT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STAHL-FREEMAN GROCERY at
1796 N". W. 27th Ave.. Miami, Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
("ountv, Florida
JULIUS L FREEMAN,
CHARLES K. STAHL,
Partners.
HARRY DIETZ.
Atnrney for Applicants
Congress Rldg.
10/18-25 I1/1-8-1B
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
huoineso under the fictitious name of
ARROTTS at 3069 S.W. 37th Avenue.
Miami. Florida intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Curt of Dade Count v. Florida.
LAWRENCE A. RECK
WILLIAM B. SWIMMER
MUPRAY A. BECK
BURNETT ROTH
Attomev for Applicants
in-l-ll-IS-25 11/1 ________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN HARDWARE PAINT
SUPPLY, it T^3 N. Miami Avenue.
Miami. Fla Intend to register said
i in. with the Clerk of the Circuit
Onurt of Dade .'ountv. Florida.
S \M GREENSPAN
MILTON P4PHH
THEODORE I SVKOW1TZ,
918 Seybnld Rldg.
I It.ii for v pplicants.
: '1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTICES
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
Dade County, Florida
No. 16870
Re: Estate of FRED L. PARLIN,
deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
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 L.
PARLIN, deceased; and that on the
18th 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 ror final discharge as Ancillary
Executor of the estate of FRED L
PARLIN, deceased.
This 15th day of October, 1946.
HUGH P. BEMJS.
Ancillary Executor of the Estate of
MAX R. SILVER.^ Par"n' deCea8ed-
Attorney for Ancillary Executor.
10/18-25 11-1-8
NOTICE IS HEREEY GrVEN 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 County, Florida.
LOUIS L. SCHAFFER
HARRY JACOBS
MILLER & PODELL
Attorneys for Applicants
10/4-11-18-25 11/4
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, .'.-siring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Light-Craftcrs at 1747-49 S. W. 8th
Street, Miami. Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dado County. Florida.
MORTON KIRSCH,
MEYER COHEN.
RALPH KIRSCH,
Partners.
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Rldg.
10:11-18-25; 11:1.1
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN '
the undersigned, desiring to engagt
in business under the fictitious name
,.[ Blscayne Venetian Blind < cm-
nany at 8201 N. W. 22nd Ave., M
Fla., Intends to register said name
with i he cicrk of Hie Circuit < ourl
"' "-'^Vvil'KL P FLOOD. -IP.
Sole Ownei
10:11-18-23 11:1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBT Civics
the undersll I ">* "* "
?Smrt
<>' C0UntcEI?IA TRAURIO.
Sole i iwner.
. 25-11/1/8
NOTICE ?g
Writing service ai ..'
rcSlt court Of Dade
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
ii.- undcrsipned. desirine to engage in
hnsinesa under the fictitious nsme of
i" st..-seal Co.. not inc.. at Miami.
I. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade C-.unlv. Florida.
HENRY A. STEIN
ISA \C J( iFFE
Utornev f..r Anplicant
in 1-11-18-25 11/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I,, undersigned, desirlne- to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RF.O-W. HOTEL at 615 Fifth St.. Mi-
1"ii Beach Florida intends to register
vaid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Coimtv. Florida.
HARRY NORSTEIN.
Lessee and Operator.
II-M'RY DIETZ
Attomev for Applicant
Congress hldg.
Miami. Florida
10 4-H-18-25 ll/l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 1K346.
In Re: Estate of ANNIE PEPPER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims 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 ANNIE PEPPER, deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. Rlanton, 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 ad-
dress 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, October 28. A.D. 1946.
ABRAHAM PEPPER.
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of ANNIE
PEPPER. Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Executor.
H/l-8-15-22
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nderslgned. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
pt wi.ti'M ROWLINO LANES. St
5787 S W. Sth Street. Coral Gables.
Plorlda Intends to register said name
.pi, the Cl.-rk ..' the Circuit Court
fD.de County Florida, ^^
MYERS. HEIMAN .C- KAPLAN,
Utornev 'or Applicant.
10/25 11/1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
,,,e dersiened. desirlne; to engage In
hV,|.S under the r.cltioiis name nt
WAYSIDE GXRDFNS, St ^'h Avenue
",, Vor.il Wnv. Miami. Florida n-
., nds to register said name with the
.V'-rk- of the circuit Oourt of Dade
,-ountv. Plo,Ida.uTY srAT7.
Sole Owner.
HARRY DIETZ,,
Attorney for Applicant.
Contrress Pid"
.0/25 11/1-8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 1!W47.
In Re: Estate of LEONA THERESA
SKINNER, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims Against Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou, may have against the
estate of LEONA THERESA SKIN-
NER, deceased, late of Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. 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 claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date. October 28. A.D. 1946.
JOSEPH C. SKINNER
CHARLES L. POLAND
As Co-Admlnlstrators of the
Estate of LEONA THERESA
SKINNER, deceased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attomev for Administrators.
11/1-8-15-82
1046,
. p Blanton.
County,
county
Florida, for
TRULY NOLEN. PrMldMl
\^ <''*^ m\xT SILVER-
"** JL?CTnrUUry
A%&trr.
.A'ta < H'1-
Organization
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BAY SHORE HOTEL at 552 N. JZ.
61st St.. Miami. Florida. Intends
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HARRY FRIEDMAN
11/1-8-15-22-29
m- ntpnd -to register
Vt.h the clerk o' the Circuit Court
* Dade Co-^-M^^
i/Vf!" AUGUST
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ttomv fo- Are-' 1*>1i Conf-Aee Rldg.
ifl/85 11/1-8-15-M ___________
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or
5-8798
voTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
.h?,nder. so.ine-s '""'"- !* fleMtious nme o'
V fc T ITRIFni.ER CO. not Tnc st
^,^Vm.I Bnk MMtmt
Ida Intend to register said
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned have sold their busi-
ness known as "ROSEBUD GRILL.''
1898 West Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida, to DAVID SEGAL, and will
not be responsible for any debts of
said business beginning October 3b.
1946' JACOB SAMET
ROSE H. SAMET
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Sellers.
11/1-8-15-22
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IPVTVG FRIEDLEF
BA?,Kinrplict.
10-4-U-XI-35 11/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sun Rav Sportswear Manufacturing
Company at 2163 N.W. Seventh ave..
Miami. Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
IRVING BIRNBERG
HARRY MILDNER
NATHAN LABER
partners
LESTER LASKY
Attorney for Applicants
1106 ConjreM bid*.
10.'-ll-l- U/l
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Mrs. Levy Is Chosen
Outstanding Woman
Mis. David M. Levy, national
chairman of the United Jewish
AppeaTs women's division, has
been named "The Jewish Woman
of the Year" by 'the National
Council of Jewish Women for
"the most notable contribution
to human welfare during 1946,"
it was announced today by Mrs.
,Joseph M. Welt, of Dttrotf,,
national president,
Mrs. Levy will receive the
awardthe first of its kind in the
countryat the opening session
Youth Commission Sets
Convention Program
Plans for a youth commission
evening to be held during the
southeastern regional Zionist con-
vention wire outlined at a meet-
ing of the Greater Miami Zion
ist Youth commission last Wed-
nesday.
The program will be held Sun-
day, Nov. IV. Rabbi Leon Kron
ish will be chairman, assisted bj
Abe Gannes, cochairman, Mrs
Irving Lehrman, Natalie Frankel,
Cantor Samu I Kel< mer, Samuel
sio.m, Mrs, E. Lesowoder and
Charles Fre< field.
The commission voted to send
two delegates to the Junior Ha-
ih national convention in
Atlantic City Nov. 28 to 30. Miss
Frankel, pn sident of Junior Ha-
dassah, announced a local mem-
bership of 200.
A program committee to sup-
ply educat i inal material to
Young Judaea and Masada
groups was established and Abe
Gannes was named chairman.
Otl er committee chairmen ap-
pointed by S A. Goodman, chair-
man, were Rabbi Moms Mesche-
off, budget committee; Harold
Shapiro, Young Judaea; Hilda
Schwartz, publicity; E. Le o-
WOder, Masada. Mrs, Alex Van
Straaten and Mrs. J. Schwartz,
Junior Hadassah.
UNVEILING
A monument to the memory of
. late Edward P**"'*
band of Mrs. Ida Poncher, 570 N
W 49th St., will be unveiled at
2-30 um. Sunday in Mt. Ncbo
cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. Harry Cordon of
the Gordon Monument company
is in charge of arrangements.
Friends and relatives arc rcquest-
i d to attend.
The unveiling of a monument
the memory of the late Daniel
Mouss, 1127 Second St., father of
Bi rnard Mouss, will take place at
2 p.m. Sunday in the Jewish sec-*
lion i I Woodlawn Hark cemetery.
Rabbi Moses Meschcloff of the
Beth Jacob congregation, of
which Mr. Mouss was a member,
will officiate. Arrangements are
in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of
the Miami Monument company.
Friends and relatives are request-
ed to attend.
of the Eighteenth Triennial Con-
vention of the National Council
of Jewish Women, Sunday in
Dallas, Texas.
Mrs. Welt also announced, as
an accompanying feature of the
award, the establishment of the
Adele Ki senwald Levy Scholar-
ship, one of a number of social
work scholarships which the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Wonun
is offering in this country to
qualified European wonun who
will return to help in the social
reconstruction of their own coun-
tries.
Under Mrs. Levy's leadership
the women'.- division has raised
S9,ooo.ooo of the S8u.ooo.oiio col-
lected I i dale tor UJA.
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Morton Netzorg Dies
WASHINGTON, D CMor-
ton I. Netzi rg, 5H. representative
of the National Jewish Welfare
board in the Philippines since
1922 died hero on Oct. 16.
He had recently returned to the
United States and was visiting
his wife.
Following the fall of Manila
Netzorg and his family were im-
prisoned in the Santo Tomas con-
centration camp for three years
by the Japs. His son. a soldier in
the U.S. forces, was killed in
Cabantuan. After his release by
the American forces, Netzorg re-
sumed his old job of serving the
needs of Gis in the Philippines.
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Harry
Clott, 41!5th st., will take
place 2 p. m. Sunday in Mt.
Nebo cemetery with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiating. Arange-
ments are in charge of Sidney H.
Palmer of the Miami Monument
company. Friends and relatives
are requested to attend.
A monument to the memory of
the late Bessie E. Weiner will be
unveiled at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at
Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Sidney H.
Palmer of the Miami Monument
W mpany.
COHEN TO BE CITED
J. B. Cohen, of Miami, author
of a paper on temper brittleness
in steel, will be honored at the
annual Natimal Metal Congress
and Exhibition during the week
f Nov. 18 at Atlantic City.
FSCW HILLEL DIRECTOR
Rabbi Ernst Lorge. former
chaplain, has been assigned rabbi
f the Tallahassee congregation
and director of the Hillel founda-
tion at the Florida State College
for Women.
SUPPORT THE
COMMUNITY CHEST
GIVE ONCE FOR ALL!
November 12-29
University Sororities
Pledge New Members
University of Miami sororities
announced new pledges this week
tollowing a round of rush parties.
Pledged to Delta Phi Eptilon
were Arline Gluckstern, Patri-
cia Hershson, Paula Peikon, Joan
Perlman, Wini Wolfe, Flossie
Leibster, Selma Solomon, Phyllis
Davis, Abby Scadron, Ethel Res-
nick, Gerry Polland, Harriet
Bern heim, Elaine Kleinstub,
Sophia Lagowitz, Barbara Saok-
noff, Norma Picus, Renee Leibo-
vitz, Irene Wiener, Dorothy Gold-
en, Shirley Polonotsky, Roslyn
Golden, Lita Rodman and Judy
Freeman.
Iota Alpha Pi: Enid Gaye Bres-
lau, Arlene Titelbaum, Natalie
Singer, Tamara Rehold, Joyce
Baker. Anita Siedel, Annette
Holtzman, Rita Chicel, Bernyce
Badanes, Emily Dackelman, Ros-
alyn Cohen, Rosalyn Sharof, Nor-
ma Berger, Rosalyn Rubin, Mar-
tha Ebstein, Phyllis Forman and
Sue Roemer.
Alpha Epiilon Phi: Pat Poison,
Pearl Sapero, Audrey Hankoff,
Phyllis Steinback, Marilyn Ger-
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ISSUE CALL FOR IDA NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Joseph M. Proskauer (left), president of the American L
committee, and Henry Monsky (riqht), president of B'nail
have issued a country-wide call for Jewish leadership to
the First National Conference of the Joint Defense Appeal J
held at the Coronado hotel, St. Louis, Mo., on January 4 \\
It is expected that more than 1,000 Jewish leaders from
state in the Union will respond to the call and attend the I
day conference sessions.
Adopting for its theme: "Fighting Anti-Semitism 0d|
American Front," the conference will seek to establish J
wide participation in the work of the American Jewish]
mittee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in I
batting anti-Semitism on the American scene.
stein, Joan Rodenberg, Lynn Car-
lin, Norma Carlin, Sheila Bars-
kin, Marty Warner, Lenore Free-
man, Louise Krupshaw, Mona
Pastroff, Toby Jacobskind, Ellen
Kagen, Ruth Goldstein, Lillian
Gross, Sandra Bernstein, Sonya
Rosen, Adele Lifter, Joan Weid-
berg, Dorothy Goldstein and Lu-
cille Turchin.
Adelprii: Joan Blum, Nita
Bookstaver, Gloria Brooks, Toba
Camnitz, Phyllis Chessler, Mar-
tha Cutler, Pearl Dorsey, Caro-
lyn Fiegold, Phoebe Friedberg,
Leslie Goldberg, Estelle Halpern,
Shirley Krinsky, Flora Levin, Sue
Levinson, Babette Malakoff.
Paula Mark, Barbara Pearlman,
j Dot Pearlman, Elaine PittleJ
idred R:isenzweigh, Sylvia
van, Marge Solomon, Joan I
kenberg, Tuby Cooper, Lilf
ner, Betty Spears, Betty C|
Shirley Knoller and
Feinbcrg.
Y Teen Agere to
Teen agers will vie for |
at the Beach Y youth i
j Halloween masquerade
i evening at the Y, Bob Toi
j chairman of the council
nounces.
A band, entertainment i
I freshments are on the agg
the dance which will beg(
18:30 p.m.
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DAY. NOVEMBER^*** ^Jtwslfforudltori PAGE THREE ,p T ON CLOSE FOLLOWS OLD-LINE HATE PATTERN (Cont inued from Pag* 1) lC0 apologist, Merwin K. Hart is presiF i !hi year's broadcasts are free from fc!f i— hi, newsleue, "CW w h is sent to listeners upon request, beall-toe familiar hostility towards our an r e har, shown an abhorrence of ComV A of course, here he meets with pracLism a na fly [o! all groups (ish leadership u Communism ads this vie i speeches. rSy< lie |ewsFollowina the well known ni'mous approval of the American peoand creeds. But Close believes America represents the core in this country, and he freely ;ous doggerel in his bulletins and ose has not confined his attenHitler pattern of attacking first one group and then another. Close recently directed his attention towards the Catholics when he attempted to smear a distinguii fu d bishop, the Most Rev. Bernard J. Shell of Chicago. Indianant Catholics and other citizens ol Chicago were most articulate in their rebuke of Close and p-ompted Mutual to turn over Close's radio time to Bishop Sheil who then proceeded to give Close one of the worst verbal trouncings a reacnonaiy has ever recowed. In this most trying era of potential atomic catastrophe, the soreading of disunity, hate and distrust can not be countenanced. Much too much is at stake. Undoubtedly a recognition of this ominous fact caused the National Real Estate board this week to cancel Upton Close's engagement to deliver a principal address before their convention on Nov. 15. To those who would raise the cry of free speech, let them remember the profound reflections of Oliver Wendell Holmes, who rhetorically inquired whether freedom of speech permitted a man to yell "fire" in a crowded theatre. In this atomic era with the survival of modern civilization at stake, no man can afford to incite group haired and disunity,—or in any analogous manner to yell "fire!" LjSH TO FOLLOW 1 1 DAVID SERVICE Lfcntsandl "^ s ^ I eneci ;,t W k • -i" ,n?or ? d Bras • tht \ d i C of Mrs Marguhes, follow th ces. tL services I r this weekC be held at 5:30 p.m. thl line arri 8 30 i m. Saturday. t t w Max SI iro will open f l5 .;. late Friday king ST %  ::V ,vi nin 8' transport n is provided "public' special Heon Monday rnoon. Bar ,„ class daily from to ?:30 Have you forgotten how delicious ketchup canfce? Ask your grocer for Heinz Tomato Ketchup ade from ijje world's finesiStomatoes. MIAMI BEACH Y PURCHASES SITE ON BAY ROAD Funeral for Mrs. Apte To Be Held Today vinegar •* "Si our OPTHI .VARIETIESJ Officers of the Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami Beach look on as Judge Ross Williams signs the charter granting them rights to their new property. A modern buildinj will be erected on the plot which faces the buy on Bav rd. south oi Lincoln rd. Judge Williams praised the work of the Y when he signed the charter last week. Left to right are: Dave Phillips. Samuel A Rivkind (campaign chairmen!. Judge Williams, Curl Weinkle (Y president). Jack P. Marash 'executive director). Second row: George Bertman. Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, Milton Sirkin and Leo Huberman. The site has a 227-foot frontage on Bay rd. and a 230oo frontage on the bay. The north lme has a deoth of 475 leet and the south line is more than 600 feet deep The new building will contain an auditorium with stage, dressing room and lighting W* !" ?W !" £ !" ^ scout denand a spacious outdoor play area Beach Lodge to View Florida ADL Work George J. Talianoff, %  gional director of the A famation league, will be the l cipal speaker at the meel the Miami Beach 1 i B B'rith, 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at th National hotel audit' num. Known as "ADL Night, program will feature ai of the organization's work, ing pictures and the renditii Marx Peinberg, of the re. published Irving Caesa S of Friendship." In charge of the program u Walter C. Kovner, assist. Harold Zinn. Harry Day ai thur Kahn. Nominations will be mad. the business meeting v h precede the program. Paul W man heads the nominating i mittee which will pr slate. Harold Turk, chairmai r Metropolitan council .1 BTith lodges In Greater will report on the actr recommendation:The lodges' planned act" I the Nautilus hospital Wi cussed by Godfrey Newman, eran service chairman Fun. ral service.for Mrs. Helen Apte, who died sudden. Wi Im day night in a local : will be held at 4 p.m. in the Van Orsdel Mortupel, 3333 N. E. Second vith Rabbis Jacob H. KapColman A. Zwitman officiating. Interment will be in the l rael cemetery of Graceland Memorial park. of Daj J. Apte, Mrs. Apte e on a visit from Tampa been living for the tour years with her husband liter. Prior to that they sided in Miami for 20 Mrs. Apte shared activities in i ivic and religious organizations with and. She was active in Red Cross. Temple Israel, I e Greater Miami Jewish Feder: munity Chest. She was a din dor of Travellers' Aid in Miami ai d Tampa. 1!' i les .her husband, she leaves a dau Mrs. Daniel Rosenbaum, and grandson, David Euim, both of Tam• ivo brothers, including LeonBPW AIDS BEACH Y WITH BINGO PARTY Building campaign of the Beach Y will benefit from a bingo party to be given by the Business and Professional Women's division of Hadassah at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in the National hotel. Cash prizes will be awarded. Admission will be two dollars per person. Miss Edyth Fleischer, 854 Jefferson ave., chairman of the affair, is in charge of advance ticket sales. Seventy-five new members were enrolled at the recent membership affair held by the division. ard Jacobus of Miami, and two sisters. Active pallbearers will be Herbert U. Feibelman, J. Gerald Lewis, Leo Ackerman, J. Pal Bradley, Fred R. Mann, Ralph J. Cohn, Morton R. Hnshberg, Sam Blank. -Honorary pallbearers are Monte Selig, Carl Piowaty, Dr. Jack Kaufman, Jerome Herman, Sam C. Levenson, Dr. Max Dobrin, Stanley C. Myers, Ernest Maas, Sam Baskcr and Louis Wellhousc. BETH JACOB WOMEN CHANGE TEA DATE A skit '" n C C I. %  S of Nov. P.-T. A rjict'wit %  —— Followmg recent service m^tlre^ s(ai ^ Medical Department, Army !" iV. Leonard JL QukiUm Optometrist for Examination of %^ ]Tiam[nq ContaC Lenses n, Q H Coral Gables. Florida 220? Ponce dr Loon Blvd.. Corol PHONE 4-5390 Is i y#u '/bit QoAdUdl^ 9nuited TO ATTEND THE OF OUR Ylew. WkdeAri Mate AT 1200 CORAL WAY MIAMI, FLORIDA JAuMday,, Ylov-. 7, 19^ FROM 7:00 TO 9:00 P. M. WOLPERT FURNITURE Co fl \.,* .'4 • A !.l n I f '! •t I :


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PAGE EIGHT *Jeisi> fkridkm__ FRIDAY, ;> %  i .*' hi : • 11 • \ Denver Home Group To Mark Eighth Year With i ver 3 to tin' memb Miami c for Je> looking forward to nual mem at 1 p.m. i th B 800 W Officially and their guest ing H. Mill I IDICC LJILd 1PITAL : i i %  MRS. Mil I jamin Hertz, and Mi !. II R %  %  %  I view tin \ < • In clu I ing li B and M H AIDS BUDAPEST CHILD c %  (he %  made to the i : • al Life %  Jules Charming Opens Engineering Office p Chai ning, registered ,] ngineer, has an. %  the establishment < %  ngineera office at 1540 Washington ave. for the genera] practice of civil a n d architectural engineering. Chann ing was previously associated with tl of five of A 1 l>< it An is. local architect. O r i g i n a lly from New York city, he 1 I. th architecture and ng al Cooper Union N v Y rk university. the war, he (It vi loped rovi mei iin warship • :: ,'. ill with the Navy m i.i as a structural engii al ai chitect, v ,! Day, Charming en • ring and archill for many indus. powe r plants, hoapartmi nt buildings and He was with the H : ison, Abramovitz and W i Radio City and helped the first all-aluminum faci_d skyscraper for the Aluminum America. ming rides at 4218 Colave. il" is active in local orzations including the Profes. i Ei ini era Society of South Jr. Chamber of erce, B'nai B'rith, Masada I ii pic Beth Sholom. !!2VEMBER i UNI ME! MS OCEAN VILLA 51 JRANT 13Ci Cc line Ave., BREAKFAS1. 8 00 •• '. • 1:00 P.M. HOTEL ROOi IS N HOME AUXILIARY HONORS MRS. ZALIS I /..ill.-, former presiMiami Women's Auxto the Jewish Hume for the received a silver loving rom the organization Tues. ; ;p brunch held David. entation was made by ky Levine following Mrs. • rej i on her administraspcakers were Rabbi S piro, Mrs. Benjamin nt of the Miami Women's Auxiliary and campaign chairhe Home. I : Cohen was hostess. Claire Herzog, president. I the i nrollment of • mi mbers. 10 HEAD DRIVE FOR AGED HOME Appointment of Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach attorney, as director of the $75,000 building fund drive of the Jewish Home for the Aged, was approved by the board of directors Monday evening. Work on the m w building is progress ing sat isfactorily. Max Greenberg, chairman of the building committee, announced. Acc o m modations for 40 people will be available when this new addition is completed adjacent to the present home at 335 S. W. 12th ave., he said. Applications for admittance arc coming in rapidly, Fred Holland, director of the institution, stated. Shapiro was selected to head the drive because of his experience in organizational activities. Prior to coming here, he was active in Milwaukee in the Jewish Home for the Aged, B'nai B'rith, American Jewish Congress, Orphan's Home and religious institutions. While serving as legal officer in the Navy in this area, he worked with the Army and Navy committee of the Jewish Welfare board on behalf of servicemen and acted as chaplain in conducting religious services. The fund campaign, of which 1 Sydney L. Weintraub is chairman, I will begin in December with emi phasis being placed on securing I dues for life membership at $100 1 or more. Mrs Schwartz 0 Husband In >, r /S the nt.sr GRADE "A" PRODUCTS • %  %  *v m iLssm \ MILK-CP .fING ::ATER MI MILK — CRE , Lincoln Road Cldg.. Room 16. Entrance on Penn. Ave.. off Lincoln Rd + Mrs. Josephine Levy, executive member of the national board of the American Jewish Congress. described the work which Congress is doing for Eurooean refugee children at the recent installtion luncheon of the Miami chapter. To date. AJC has collected over $300,000 for its child care program and hopes to reach the halfmillion mark this winter, Mrs. Levy said. Mrs. Joseph Fine headed the officers who were inducted by Rabhi Max Shaniro. Mrs. Sidnrv Stepkin, general chairman, welcomed the guests. Mrs. Shapiro read the invocation. Mrs. Joseph Boeninger was chairman of the hospitality committee and Mrs. Rosenbloom, chairman of refreshments. Culture Program Set For Pioneer Women A cultural program, under| direction of Mrs. B. Freidi will highlight the meeting i number one, Pioneer Won Organization, at the Beach' 8 p.m. Tuesday. First meeting of the season| held last Wednesday at the 1 of Mrs. I. Rosengarten. Henry Seitlin presided and | corned new members. C speaker was Abraham Gt executive director of the" of Jewish Education. Mrs. J. Stadlin spoke Jewish National Fund. SUB tial contributions for JNF the Child Rescue Fund were j lected. AMVETS Meet Monday AMVETS. Robert Richter no. 11, will meet at 8:30 p.m. Monday at the National hotel auditorium. Nat Pollack, post commander, has invited World War two veteruns to attend. The housing and welfare committee, headed by Philip Barri, is available to all veterans. Pollack said. The post, named after the Miami Beach hero, sponsors the "Voice of the Veteran" program at 6:45 p.m. each Monday evening over Station WGBS. 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 Line of Fruits and Vegetables HEBREW HIGH SCHC OPENS TWO BRANCH A Central Hebrew High sounder the supervision of Bureau of Jewish Education its affiliated schools was ciallv opened Wednesday. I Two branches will be maB ed. In Miami classes win %  from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at U"J sular Institute. 223 E Flag and in Miami Beach, Wednesday and Thursday 6:30 to 8 p.m. at theM-a""" Jewish Center. J hu p b ^ instructor of the course at C s"ud;n.swhohaveanin.enjj ate knowledge of Hebre^l roll if they qualifyAPP^ may be made at trie ri office in the Congress buiWl Dinner Will Benefit Mizrachi Village Mlzrachi-s refugee d Village m Falejme ^i from the proceeds o ^ j dinner to be held at twn from 1 to 3 pm. ^^ Mrs s £ Z27 chairman o the arran e A musical program j cantor will highlight" noon event



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PAGE TWELVE +Jmls*ncrldlain_ i ji tti f h i ii i t A %  %  < 'Ii ; : Five Bond Issues Up For Dade OK Nov 5th Freeholders on Nov. 5 will have an opportunity to decide it Dade county will meet the demands of a rapidly growing community and prepare for the tuture by favoring the county s SV 050,000 bond campaign in ini general election. Five bond issues will be presented to the property owner They include $2,000,000 for 81 aquarium; $1,250,000 for a modern auditorium; $500,000 to complete the central unit of tn< ocean-front park north of Baku Haulover; $200,000 for a storage warehouse, and $100,000 for de velopment of the county park east of Homestead on Biscayiu 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 issues A majority voting must favor eacl issue for its ratification. The bond issues will appear on the upper part of the voting ma chines, 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 r*> The Jewish Florldian) HOLLWOOD—The local Jewish community will begin its SOS drive for supplies for overseas survivors early in November, Mrs. Edwin M. Rofonthal. chairman, announced this week. A preliminary conference was held at her home Oct. 14. Those attending were Mrs. Ted J. Sorin, Mrs. Louis J. Golden and Miss Anna D. Daniels. Locations of collection depots and division chairmen will be announced in the mar future. Pi rsons and organizations desiring to participate in the drive may communicate with Mrs. Ri s enthal at 725 Harrison st. Lift Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Lire Int. Co. •07 Bltcayn* BldgPh. t-1414 or 4-WS1 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will tave on a new roof later "Satiefactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W ?2nd Avenue, PHONE 4-5890 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 Face Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director. AntiDefamation League While in New York attending the ADL national staff conference. I heard the song writer, 1,-ving Caesar. ,n a prcsentatio, of his latest masterpiece, binf, •' Song of Friendship."' andI was was deeply moved by the Jlting melodies and the magnificent lyrics which forcefully expressed the eternal hope of all of us for everlasting peace. Of "Tea for Two," "Swannee in d "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 of the popularity of the safety s. ries, composer Caesar conceived the idea of writing a group of 111 songs dedicated to human rights, winch express the things all of US are striving for —free 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, glci clubs and theaters commencing this month. 'Lets Make the World of Tomorrow Today," a title of on c of the songs in this book, is a forceful expression of the wishful thinking of all of us. The remaining 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 be singing songs of friendship. 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 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, Baltimore, Md. He received his professional training 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, Helenc 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 Tires 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 need replacing, he will do bis best to help you. and call you when your new tires come In. RECAPPINC Perhaps you can save money by having those tires with sound side-walls recapped with a clean* cut tread that will give you thousands of miles of 8AFE drlTlng. DIXIE TIRE re *^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH • MIT N. Miami Aye. MM N. W. 17th Aye. 101 8. W. Fu-st Street >S P 015 fifth StrM* l'hone 3-Uee 1840 Alton Road l'hone 0-9714 • p Purchase of S^* Twenty thousand "j. ,;; n,y 1 in ^ C>i •^cla-'sroon*? Grossman OJBJ .Murry Groa^ J lent since 1925 ha, 9 ^tate offices at UH%f forces. Beatrix rf-Jf Ph Pulzane are 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 Visiting Cask] Birth Announcements FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL WQB | MUSICIANS' CLUB OF AMERICA I Ruth Brotman Management Presents Famous West minster John Finley Williamson, Conductor BENEFIT HOME FOR MUSICIANS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30 8:30 P.M. WHITE TEMPLE AUDITOHIOHl 320 N. E. SECOND AVENUE Tickets for sale at Miami Cordelia's Book Shop. Red CaJ (Kodak Department); Amidon's Music Stores. Biscayner* Alhambra Circle: Miami Beach Radio Shop; Sab Miami Beach Conservatory of Music, 41st St.; Deauville Hotel (Little Flower Shop). 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1 :'':• %  ':•: ^-sCit. 'I'izi£z£*f£ -1 km PAGE FOUR Jen 1st ncrklian FRIDAY, i' 4 i \i ti %  • : • ,< i ihdliewM vfJl DJPidlilqiiP Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 19S0. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March, 3, 1879 Published Every 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. Ne ws Editor VOLUME 19 NUMUF.K 44 Miami 18, Florida. Friday, November I, 1946 CHESHVAN 7, 5707 ^BER, AN EXAMPLE The Miami Beach "Y" is in the midst of a capital funds drive. A major problem has been eliminated by the Beach group when it announced the purchase of a plot of qround needed foi the erection of the buildinq. The cost of Beach property is high. Finding a location suitable for this specific purpose was extraordinarily difficult. Selection and acquisition of this site has met with acclaim by Beach residents. The support that has rallied to the Beach "Y" in its efforts to raise the substantial sum of money needed to meet the qoal has been excellent. In View of the community's multiple drives there was hesitancy expressed as to the outcome. The participation and results to dafe, do away with these doubts. Endorsements by Miami Beach Rabbis of the Beach "Y's" endeavors shows an understanding of the place the "Y" will fill and a realization of the overall community needs. It adds impetus to the campaign and will prove to be of mutual benefit to city, to "Y" and House of Woship. The cooperative, helpful spirit is once more making itself evident. To be emphasized above everything is the manner in which the citizens of the Beach have joined in putting this drive over the top. This example should serve as a pattern for Miamians in putting over the comparable drive of the Miami "Y". DON'T FAIL TO VOTE Once aqain the democratic processes of our government will give to us the privilege of going to the polls on Tuesday and expressing our sentiments on governmental issues affectinq oui everyday living. This privileqe will be ours as long as we exercise our right to it. Don't fail to go to the polls and vote next Tuesday. NO TAKERS In some cases surplus property is more difficult to give away than to sell. William J Warren, Jacksonville regional director for the War Assets Ad ministration, is beginning to be lieve. Two weeks ago Warren an nounced 1,000.000 Bibles. which had been procured during the wur for the armed forces, would be given away free to religious and charitable organizations. To date only four reguest for the Bibles have been received. These requests have been forwarded to the office of the chief of chaplains, U. S. Army, in Washington, Mr. Warren said. The chief of chaplains is handling the distribution of the surplus Bibles for the WAA. Most of the volumes are pocket-size. Some are the Kinq James version, some the Douray version, while others are a version prepared for men of the TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (Copyright. 194. Seven Arts Feature Syndi BY PHINEAS J. BIRON T New Palestine Settlement Built With Aid of $100,000,000 U.J.A. Financed by i!ie U-iiied Palestine Appeal with funds raised through ilic $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, three new veterans' •< lllements are nearing completion, demonstrating once again the unflagging d< termination of the Jewish community of Palestine to work and boild llie J, wi-li Homeland in the face of all obstacles. Here in Irgtin Regba, on 9'i0 dunann ,,f Jewish National Fund land near Shavei Zion in North Palestine, fifty former servicemen are breaking ground for their new cooperative village. Above a veteran mixes cement for the houses nearing completion, while children [ day in the improvised "sandpile". Two other settlements inaugurated in llie ast month are Kfar Kisrh, named for the late commander of the Jewish Brigade, and Irgun Bazra, where veterans of the Middle. Eail campaign! are building their future homes. In addition to the U.I'.A., the $100,000,000 I int. rl Jewish Appeal supports the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement program of the Joint Distribution Committee and the refugee aid progi.nn of the Nations! Refuges Service (United Service for New Americans). (Continued from Page ') t:.' delegates suggested that "any steps toward reconstitution bi' closely guided by the experience of previous attempts to achieve the same ends." In an address to a dinner session of the convention Monday. Bartley C. Crum, a member of the former Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine, hailed the President's recent statem< ni on Palestine and weird the letter of Secretary of State Byrnes to Dr. Stephen S. Wise, in which Byrnes stated that the Truman statement reflected official American policy on Palatine, and that the State department was carrying out that policy. Crum Calls for Ouster Crum stressed, however, that the "only way that wc may be assured that the State department at 1' ng last is in accord with the policies of the President." is if L v Henderson, head of the Middle East disk of the department, resigns. He also suggested that the following steps be taken by Mr. Byrnes: 1. A directive be issued that in Ihe future all communications between the Arab states and the State department be made public. 2. Remove Dr. Philip Hitti, antiZionist Arab-American, as travelling "cultural representative" of United States in the Middle East. 3. Publish the Nazi file containing records paigns of extermination agsj : Greek (i> tie forces... a | Barzalai, i hief rabbi of AIM reminds us t-.at Greek pans! .saved thousand of Jewish H during th Nazi occupation. [ He appi American Jevrn repay this debt with "moral i material aid to assist the cratic people of Greece.".,.] i sent our contribution to i|| i can Relief f ir Greek Dema 111 West 42 st.. New YorkOJ THANK YOU NEW REPUBU The New Republic, in its 1 sue announcing new Henry Wallace, confirmi insistence that there is a I necting link between The I 1 cago Tribune, the Hearst Pn and Youth for Christ. will you believe us. PERSONALIA.... Paul Muni is next on theliit| Holly v. >lated for "Red" sn i ar. After they'll go work on Mars O'Brien. Dinah Shore brighter. MGM's technia screen. At the highest ever paid to a cinema chan* Temple Israel's choir dm the recent I i holy daysfaj >d socialite Mrs, Cornelius derbilt Whitney, Aside to R ode Island | jGurnie Dyer. Republican date for Governor of ycur: says that the Democratic! is a party hali-fcreigners"j Is that to. Horst Wessel .'ocf • Ihcar in the background? • •• SCOOPETTES ... Joe IfeWUlianu, America! tie Fuehrer, is back in New M looking very suMessfuL. %  JJ who attacked "The ProtftW recently will be interested know that the September isuy ••The Cross and Ti >e Flag, j* aid L. K. Sn ith'i ha \f;? attacking "The Protestant even more noted '' n 0 -/ ._ Which reminds us trat l mon A. Feinberg, forme anal chaplain of the Jewjjl Veterans advocates I P "^1 ignore peopk like G.


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^NWltUBliDiciidliiaun >^.THE JEWISH UNITY cvm JEWISH WEEKLY r3jMBER_4i MIAMI 18. FLORID A. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS !A OPPOSES PALESTINE PARTITION PLAN tutnan Answers Ibn Saud estating Homeland Policy ...^*^_: M !_..* UU„ 1 „...',.A. V.. -> t >nln iknl knn i ... t'.,-.,l •U. 1 |uPresiden1 Truman in a [ King Ibn of Saudi Arabia >esta ed Cmmenfshope for entry [Palestine : considerable xss of : Jews ,n • g e rated his intcnU asking C ngn -s for speLslationt.....imit additional "rs" of displaced Jews to Stati "over and "the" i" n alien quotas I by our i .Preside: age was in Jto a letter of Oct. 15, from ISaud proti sting Mr. TruTtfatemenl ol Oct. 4 as "mfctent" with previous pledges bis government. [daring that the United Government and people [supportui • i concept of a i Rational Home in Palesi the end of World War sident Truman stated that Jnited Stati still believes |i nation h ime lor the peopUould be estabI ir. Pi I ait that most of the ; of the '• : East liberatcountries" but "the Jewish National Home, However, has not ter as yet been fully develope i tril ute their talents and "It is only natural, therel to the upbuil i. n Jewi National H e deJERUSALEM. (JTA) — The land. Palestine Labor Party emerged The President's efforts, as as victor in the elections of i initiated m his c rrespond delegates to the forthcoming with Prim. Ministei Attlei over World Zionist Congress. The %  ". '" expedite Laborites received 74.000 votes of "the urgent problem" of sur— approximately 35 percent of vising Jev I persons, ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)—Creation without delay oi "an authoritative over-all body" to conduct "the political effort on behalf of Zionism in the United States" was recommended by the convention of the Zionist Organization of America in a resolution adopted here. It pointed out that such a body must be constituted "with due regard for both the interests of the Jewish Agency and the vital and indispensable role which must be played by the American Zionist Organization." Declaring that the "Yishuv must be the decisive factor in determining the extent of resistance to the illegal policies of the .{.British government," the convention said that "insofar as the responsible elements of the Yishuv -.'. ote, % %  '. i: e in line w ith ditional policies" ivernment, "At the same time," he continued, "there should, I be a conceited effort to op< n lesof %  including the United States, to those unthe more than 200.000 cast. The Revisionists were second with 28,300 votes, closely followed by the Poale Mizrachi with 24.500, the Hashomer Hatxair, 24000 and the Achduth Avoda, left-wing opposition in the Palestine Labor Party. 23.000. The Alipah Hadasha. the fortunate persons. party of the post-Hitler immigrants, mostly from Germany. received 12.000 votes, while the General Zionists received 5.000 as did the Mizrachi organization. Ten thousand ballots are still uncounted. Meyer Mantes Sinai Aides llrtli llaiviil Spurs Drive Rabbi .lames Heller of Cincinnati, past president of the United tine Appeal has accepted an invitation to be guest speaker at a special gifts dinner for the ,000 building fund campaign Beth David synagogue. The dinner will be held early in De, ier under the chairmanship ol Uuis Heiman, heada of the special gifts division. Hai I v Markowitz, general chair embark upon policies of non-cooperation or resistance, they shall receive wholehearted support of the Zionist movement." Another resolution supported the efforts of the Palestine Jewish community in aiding the persecuted Jews of Europe to enter Palestine, and hailed the attempts by the DP's to reach Palestine despite the obstacles placed in their way. Reiterates Invitation The convention expressed regret that the World Zicnist Conman of the campaign, announces, &s has been p0S tp O ned several i ....u cw.... K-ic launched hlS'.r. ._. _-J ,...,..... t,,,i tk v sponsored by Mpecial gifts division. S. W. Wand Rudy R. Adler head division. pributi [ling $110,000 announced at the initial toner Sunday by Samuel IBnd chairman of the cam% % %  >r story and Jjyn the site of the proRabbi Moses Mcscneiow %  *• %  • -!" .^ Marc ie grcgation Beth Jacob and Rabb JJJJJ^ and „.,., ki salvey, Irving Lehrman of the Miami amusemen ts; Leo Eisenstein, meBeach Jewish Center this week.: mor i a ls. I look forward to the erection of an adequate physical institution with a trained personne Other chairmen will be announced shortly. The cam; inet is ni. • i gularly to which will make possible the pi^'details necessary to lau further expansion of our 'B.: s:;. 500,000 drive. Am' and pray that there will always be a ^^tagonjhj y Campaicjn e r s between the Both Am, me v-y % %  •_#_ pies house, and the Beth El. the R epor t At Breakfast house of God," Rabbi Meseheloff "Sibbi Lehrman, in extending | Miami V his support to the campa gn, said meet for^ ^.^ "This Y is destined to serve a Sunoay to P ^ |( an important laboratory for he tetoM and spur A ^, niKM;1 development of a well uitegrated final swg ; ^ responsible Jewish you* and k thus can become a p ltnt -progress of the campaign is in the creating of the united !" f;2 aetorVi he declared. Jewish commun.ty of tomorrow. |very satiataciory, Two Miami Beach men were ,-amed to offices in the Zionist j Organization of America at the Atlantic City convention last weekend. They are Abraham Goodman, who was reelectcd national treasurer, and Jack D. Burris, who was named chairman I of the committee on Zionist education and propaganda. Burris, who is president of the Miami Beach Zionist district, reports that "a remarkable unanimity in opposing partitioning of Palestine was evident al the convention." His committee, which will emradio, publications, public relations, the New Palestine magazine and the committee for j unity on Palestine, was made [into a new department of the organization. Burris spoke to an audience of 3.500 at the convention Monday ; :u moon. Plans for Southeastern regional convention to be held at Miami Beach Nov. 15 were made at Atlantic City. Among Zionist leaders who will attend sessions here are Dr. Israel Goldstein, past president of the ZOA; SidneyMarks, executive director; Carl Alpert, managing editor of the Mew Palestine, and Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director of the Brandeis camp for Zionist leadership. Rabbi Irving Lehrman was named to Burris' committee ard S. A. Goodman, chairman of the local Zionist youth commission, was appointed to the national youth commission. Also attending the convention ,from Miami Beach was Daniel M. Broad. Leo Rosen and Harry Simonhoff represented the Miami district. The national Zionist organization hopes to attain a one million membership by 1950. By GEORGE I. TALIANOFF Fla. Regional Director Anti-Defamation League 'ACE FACTS PTOX CLOSE FOLLOWS OL1M JXK P'n Closo, radio commentator, is to de011 add 'ess in Miami Nov. 6, our newspapers 1e d this week. j^ ho is Close? What does his visit portend? "s consider his background. Mention •name brings to mind that fateful day in |rearlH^ When ** N""— sneak-attacked "ke first tbi rbor. Millions of Americans heard him 'ime that day when NBC called upon Werpret the horrifying news that was pour0Ver ,he airways. Opinioned Close, with a Jto complacency manner, "... I have n in touch with the San Francisco Japau* Thp consul was not able to talk ^ckas a compute surprise %  !" d %  "P'£ ? h ", •, was likew.se a complete su.pnse to the !S£ ".Lin Tokyo =nd me Joponese govern""* erroneous and ^responsible interpret., sian. h appeared sporadiHATE PATTERX speeches upon request. It is significant to note that reprints of his broadcasts were also distributed by several infamous organizations including "We the Mothers Mobilize for America" and "Citizens U.S.A. Committee." Punctuating his remarks were subtle and camouflaged innuendos tending to arouse suspicion of the Jews. Lumberman's Mutual Casualty company cancelled his radio contract on July I. 1945, for "business reasons." In February, 1946, Close returned to the air via the Mutual Broadcasting company network sponsored by the National Economic council, of (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3), h I ; 0 i H i : %  *1-3 i!; • %  :>1 fr %  \ %  -I I ; I



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NOVEMBER^!!!!! knisli FkridUnn (Ccpy ght, 1946, Seven ArU Feature Syndicate) PLAIN TALK FROM ALFRED SEGAL PAGE NINE BEACH SOLDIER CHANTS SERVICES IN ITALY _.,,• HIM AWAY TA KL r L American ItS&r they have drums ,in < > u i' >t l h,s e '' i.k, to Play with T; h. re i* a Jewish •r have been Palestine in rapt ZionffhS leap with gleeful *J another Politician ? .M thai th' hanging of .% %  ';;: £*„•, exactly legal. 1 ,,X "Jewish vote" ranks ,S£ks a poUUcal cap.hi.h to get elected. I&£ (non?Jewtah) com%  SSSh other to prove that 'fJSter Zionist than his lii President Truman isa e Yom Kippur proclamation [Palestine and Governor Dewl-;S! c ,S' n L h a grand •PPier than hisi rivicm hanged and dead. !.".( has n see thei like a political PuTim., this was most painfully King to understanding s and I should guess that j of us do understand the of American politics. Few. r, of us ere deceived and lit of us fell humiliated to be for politics, like beef or lack thereof. ft politicians haven't yet ned that Jews aren't to be Lied that way. Their backbd ir.inds function in the refee pa;t wii. • Ihe U.S. was inlargily by new immiks who needed friends and (tefully accepted the favors of (duct politicians He precinct politician leader show the bewildered taint wh at a peddler's %  at the City Hall. He could ; to the hoodlum who liked immigrants' beards. He istop the exactions of graft|cops when ne had a small re. He was a friendly man in fccur of life wl en friendliness ibadiy needtd. In his selfish (he did peiform some desirisocial Witician rids keep on ng in that period. In the cities tl ey think of Jews >ple still to be handled out vest pocket. Jews still are Bidered 'Vote", like the harlittle pi 111 rs who were u '' : r or a smile, tl politician muses, it should p Jews hapj y if I smile on tine: they will be my lifef friends if thi j sec me dance 5fd the Nuremberg corpses, politicians h a v e n't h up with the facts of life in the U.S. One of facts is that Jews think themselves as Americans Political affiliations are on the same principles Prejudices on which other ncans stand. US T if off the y a re luy Republicans who, like gwr Americans of their class, f "Wrded th New Deal as %  SI" '" "'' conomic inI bu! hlch made them f air[fenced by the fluctuations w stock it's change. They likto believe that if the PAC is triumphant wages will be better and their way of living more secure. (I thould add. though, that there are well-to-do Jews who don't mind the stockmarkel at all and have the idea that if w*qes are good and workmen have security it will be all right for them. too. These go along with PAC.) So it goes politically among the Jews, though the politicians haven't found it out yet. To these backward thinkers the Jew is still the bewildered voti r who could be had by little tav an flatteries. Well, yes, they say, we'll tell them we're /.: I that'll get them. We'll put on a look of being plenty sore because Goering died by poison in of by hanging; that should get them. To this American Jew all this gives a pain as it does to all other self-respecting Jews, it's like I ing patronized by a ward-heeler. I'd tell the guy to get the hell out of here. I can take care of myself; I'm not to be handled. I, the Jew, have lived a long time in a gnat history and who's this fellow to influence my mind and heart by cheap flattery? my conscience and this politiIIII I I ( ^I < I,, „ ,II are ^ governed by eco[jpttePAC. In thisaffiliaN. W. 21ct., Sept. 15 Julia Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Roy Freeman, 3237 S. W. Fourth st., Sept. 17 Burton Jefrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hendel Greenberg, 214 S. W. 21st., Sept. 4 Wendy Jane, daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Marvin Sydney Rubin, 1444 S. W. Fifth st., Sept. 15. I bly with I owed h< ad before the fulfilln 1 nl ; Holy Writ. A who dances there to flatter me .1 el< 1 lion tun.. I raiment say. as the Army officer said of TTUxxmi for REST CON VALESCEWCI _UCHKONICC*S0 J^un-Rpi/Park fealthIfesort |Vy iw o IOOUT ( MI AMI • V.FL AGUR •• 0'"OUT 'LOBID' of the slain that are thrust,Goering after his body had been through with the sword, that go brought ition chamdown to the pavement of the pit, /• as a carcass trodden underfoot. Thou shalt not be joined with them in burial because tin u hast destroyed thy land, thou hast slain thy people; the seed of evildoers shall not be named forever. No, I, a Jew, do not dance at the scaffold but stand there humMIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. 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i I % %  I i J .' • 9 f ft 'a : ii if' i i ; %  • i PAGE TWO +Je)stncridlifon FRIDAY, Pe llu Speakii MIAMI AJC WOMEN TO OPEN REVIEW SERIES of the bi'ok review the Miami chapter, 'erAonallu tSpeaKina ef r !" \X X :•• S. W. Ginsburg travelling to the four corners Second st. Individual tickets may It was anniversary time for of the U. S. They spent part of be purchased at door. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch Sunthe summer in the Minnesota day. To celebrate their 15th lake region and are now makyear of marriage, they were ing their home in the Everhosts at a dinner in their home, glades hotel Guests included Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Egert, 1235 MeridMrs. Moses Mescheloff, Dr. and ian ave., left for New York last Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Mr. and week to attend a testimonial Mrs. Murray Kostoff, Miss Maidinner which will be given Sunvina Weiss, Mrs. Rose Hayes, day at the Waldorf Astoria hoCantor Louis D. Feder, Mr. and tel in honor of her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Edward Dokson and the Gustave Hartman, president of Hirscn's son, Zelig I the Israel Orphan Asylum. Mr. and Mrs. Sol "Beans" i Alexander marked their third M]QQ SERVICES anniversary last week with a party for 14 friends and rela-l lerome Meltz Brings Bride to Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Meltz have returned from their honeymi on in New York and are living at 1439 Alton rd. Mr. Melt/ ;md his bride, the former Gloria Goodfriend, were lives at the Clover Club Orthodox Congregation will be j., ., __ held ;.t 5:15 p.m. this evening and Mr Alexander s brother-in-law „„„„'„„„, Rabbi Murra y nd sls \Vr C M 'a J, d ? ???*F?5 Grauer will officiate. Feller, 1756 N. W. 15th St.. held their fourth anniversary party Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobson, 1250 N. W. 55th St., will entertain friends at a musicale Saturday evening Anti-Defa motion league executives feted Max Kroloff of Atlanta at a luncheon Monday in the McAllister hotel. Kroloff is former assistant ADL director. Joining her friends at the Versailles cabana club is Mrs. Elizabeth Urban, who returned this week from a trip to Mt. Clemons, New Rochelle, New York city and Long Beach, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler, 1233 10th St., and their grandson, Gilbert Friedman, have reCenter Women's Tea To Feature Musicians A musical program will highlight the Mian.i Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood membership tea to be held at the Royal Palm hotel from 1:30 p.m. Monday, Al Friedman, Clover club pianist, and Madame Hem, concert singer, will be guest artists. Joseph Schreibman, musical director of the Center, will accompany Madame Hence. Hospitality chairman for the afterni on will be Mrs. Benjamin Wolff. Mrs. Arthur S. Klein is cl airman and Mrs. Clarence Cohn, cochairman of the tea. Mr. J' seph Berman and Mrs. married Sept. 14 at the Hebrew Institute of University Heights, New York. Mrs. Meltz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goodfriend, Brooklyn. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Meltz of Miami Beach, is connected with the Ronel company and is president of the Young Peoples league of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Joseph Rose will be in charge of life membership. Refreshments will be served. Members of the Sisterhood are asked to bring new members. Honeymoon ITNWI Mr ^d M„ J M eit *o| 10 Collins ave ^W K "' %  "f Ihtir rt nn > Vi8 : All;., v' U8 S, Mr. and MST?*"*.^ Atlanti (•„; %  X I 7 Kro^ Sn P %  officiating ""'l l and New Jersey ^ u T1 'I %  -'will spend Mexic, Citv -,nd i„ "* nom Philadelphia. For The Best REMEMBRANCE CARrJ FOR ALL OCCASIONS ll;ni,l Madel Chocolates' CANDY FRUITS By FRANCOIS JACQUEMOU (The Original) WE PARCEL POST from COAST TO COAST 10 & 12 S. E. Second Avt Opp. Florida Power i Light ( imcoLn L. nnmrmo 1 ^ASf rlAOLH AT 3, I OPEN 10 45 A. A* urmne's VCELEBRATES^J YEARS OF SERVICE TO BURDINE'S celebrates Xh 48tn 'Birtlulny b'y rc-deji•6ting ita vast resources lo your service. At Buruino'fl la Miami, Biirdint'i Lincoln Roaxl (Miami Beach), and Burdine'i, West Palm Beach you will fend every member ot tnii vait organization always on the watch lo mako your shopping more pleasant And in tlio not too distant future, anptner Burdinc's wijl be at *?y*Li&VM < •_> i Fort Lauderdalel FLORIDA k g,sl f-ilm fo ach \, Ftla"' lertlale %  + Miami fl"* Miami V


^NWltUBliDiciidliiaun
>^.THE JEWISH UNITY
cvm
JEWISH WEEKLY
r3jMBER_4i
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
!A OPPOSES PALESTINE PARTITION PLAN
tutnan Answers Ibn Saud
estating Homeland Policy
...^*^_:__M !_..* UU 1 ...',.A. V.. -> t >nln iknl knn i ... t'.,-.,l U. 1
|uPresiden1 Truman in a
[ King Ibn
of Saudi Arabia >esta ed
Cmmenfshope for entry
[Palestine : considerable
xss of : Jews ,n
ge rated his intcn-
U asking C ngn -s for spe-
Lslationt.....imit additional
"rs" of displaced Jews to
Stati "over and
"the" i" n alien quotas
I by our i
.Preside: age was in
Jto a letter of Oct. 15, from
ISaud proti sting Mr. Tru-
Ttfatemenl ol Oct. 4 as "m-
fctent" with previous pledges
bis government.
[daring that the United
Government and people
[supportui i concept of a
i Rational Home in Pales-
i the end of World War
sident Truman stated that
Jnited Stati still believes
|i nation h ime lor the
peopU- ould be estab-
I ir. Pi I
ait that most of the
; of the : East liberat-
countries" but "the Jewish Na-
tional Home, However, has not ter
as yet been fully develope i tril ute their talents and
"It is only natural, therel to the upbuil
i. n ......---------------- Jewi National H e de-
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The land.
Palestine Labor Party emerged The President's efforts, as
as victor in the elections of i initiated m his c rrespond
delegates to the forthcoming with Prim. Ministei Attlei over
World Zionist Congress. The '". '" expedite
Laborites received 74.000 votes of "the urgent problem" of sur-
approximately 35 percent of vising Jev I persons,
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)Creation without delay oi "an
authoritative over-all body" to conduct "the political effort on
behalf of Zionism in the United States" was recommended by
the convention of the Zionist Organization of America in a
resolution adopted here. It pointed out that such a body must
be constituted "with due regard for both the interests of the
Jewish Agency and the vital and indispensable role which
must be played by the American Zionist Organization."
Declaring that the "Yishuv must be the decisive factor in
determining the extent of resistance to the illegal policies of the
.{.British government," the conven-
tion said that "insofar as the re-
sponsible elements of the Yishuv
-.'. ote, '. i: e in line w ith
ditional policies" ivern-
ment,
"At the same time," he con-
tinued, "there should, I
be a conceited effort to op< n
lesof including
the United States, to those un-
the more than 200.000 cast.
The Revisionists were sec-
ond with 28,300 votes, closely
followed by the Poale Mizrachi
with 24.500, the Hashomer Hat-
xair, 24000 and the Achduth
Avoda, left-wing opposition in
the Palestine Labor Party. 23.-
000. The Alipah Hadasha. the fortunate persons.
party of the post-Hitler immi-
grants, mostly from Germany.
received 12.000 votes, while the
General Zionists received 5.000
as did the Mizrachi organiza-
tion. Ten thousand ballots are
still uncounted.
Meyer Mantes
Sinai Aides
llrtli llaiviil
Spurs Drive
Rabbi .lames Heller of Cincin-
nati, past president of the United
tine Appeal has accepted an
invitation to be guest speaker at
a special gifts dinner for the
,000 building fund campaign
Beth David synagogue. The
dinner will be held early in De-
, ier under the chairmanship
ol Uuis Heiman, heada of the
special gifts division.
Hai I v Markowitz, general chair
embark upon policies of non-co-
operation or resistance, they shall
receive wholehearted support of
the Zionist movement."
Another resolution supported
the efforts of the Palestine Jew-
ish community in aiding the per-
secuted Jews of Europe to enter
Palestine, and hailed the attempts
by the DP's to reach Palestine
despite the obstacles placed in
their way.
Reiterates Invitation
The convention expressed re-
gret that the World Zicnist Con-
man of the campaign, announces, &s has been p0StpOned several
. i ....u cw.... K-ic launched hlS'.r. ._. _-j ,...,..... t,,,i tk that this government should fav-
or at this time the entry into
t World War "are I Palestine of considerable nu
independent | bcrs of displaced Jew, in fcuiope. H
Appointment ol several division
'chairmen of the Mt. Sinai hos-
pital campaign, which will get
under way shortly after the Coni-
munity Chest drive, was an-
nounced this week by Baroi
iirsch Meyer, president of thi
men. Jacob Sher has launched his
activities as chairman of the in-
itial gifts division.
Ben Essen has assumed the
chairmanship of the general so-
licitations division.
Full details for the campaign
and building program will be an-
nounced shortly. ______
times and reiterated the ZOA's
suggestion that the Congress be
held in the United States.
Taking cognizance of the possi-
bility that proposals may be made
to reconstitute the Jewish Agency
to provide for the active partici-
pation of non-Zionist elements,
(Continued on Page 4) ____
lird Of Uiml Reached
Beach "Y99 Fund Drive
ital trustees and chairman of
the hospital drive.
Meyer has appointed S
Blank to head the initial gifts
divisii n: Leonard Wien, tOUl
Max Orovitz, special gifts; Arthur
A Ungar and H. II. Hyman, firm
lOA \ame Goodman,
Burris To Key Posts
third of the The Y's drive was endorsed by .
,dv pledged to Rabbi Moses Meseheloff of^Con- gifts; Jacob Jh* tracks,^
uilding fund and the site for
facilities purchased, the
p Y will hold a brunch at
[ax Sunday in the Raleigh
ft,
ac Heller of New Orleans,
"lent of the Southeastern reg-
f fie C ineil of Jewish
wtions ami Welfare Funds
be guc-t speaker at the af-
,'''> v sponsored by
Mpecial gifts division. S. W.
Wand Rudy R. Adler head
' division.
pributi [ling $110,000
announced at the initial
* toner Sunday by Samuel
IBnd. chairman of the cam-
>r story and
Jjyn the site of the pro-
Rabbi Moses Mcscneiow -- .^ Marcie
grcgation Beth Jacob and Rabb JJJJJ^ and .,., ki salvey,
Irving Lehrman of the Miami amusements; Leo Eisenstein, me-
Beach Jewish Center this week.: morials.
I look forward to the erection
of an adequate physical institu-
tion with a trained personne
Other chairmen will be an-
nounced shortly. The cam;
inet is ni. i gularly to
which will make possible the pi^'details necessary to lau
further expansion of our 'B.: s:;.500,000 drive.
Am' and pray that there will
always be a ^^tagonjhj y Campaicjners
between the Both Am, me v-y _#_
pies house, and the Beth El. the Report At Breakfast
house of God," Rabbi Meseheloff --------
"Sibbi Lehrman, in extending | Miami V
his support to the campa gn, said meet for^ ^.^
"This Y is destined to serve a Sunoay to p ^ |(
an important laboratory for he tetoM and spur A^,niKM;1.
development of a well uitegrated final swg ; ^
responsible Jewish you* and ,k
thus can become a p ltnt -progress of the campaign is
in the creating of the united f;2aetorVi" he declared.
Jewish commun.ty of tomorrow. |very satiataciory,----------------------
Two Miami Beach men were
,-amed to offices in the Zionist
j Organization of America at the
Atlantic City convention last
weekend. They are Abraham
Goodman, who was reelectcd na-
tional treasurer, and Jack D.
Burris, who was named chairman
I of the committee on Zionist edu-
cation and propaganda.
Burris, who is president of
' the Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict, reports that "a remark-
able unanimity in opposing
partitioning of Palestine was
evident al the convention."
His committee, which will em-
radio, publications, public
relations, the New Palestine
magazine and the committee for
j unity on Palestine, was made
[into a new department of the or-
ganization.
Burris spoke to an audience of
3.500 at the convention Monday
; :u moon.
Plans for Southeastern regional
convention to be held at Miami
Beach Nov. 15 were made at At-
lantic City. Among Zionist lead-
ers who will attend sessions here
are Dr. Israel Goldstein, past
president of the ZOA; Sidney-
Marks, executive director; Carl
Alpert, managing editor of the
Mew Palestine, and Dr. Shlomo
Bardin, director of the Brandeis
camp for Zionist leadership.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman was
named to Burris' committee ard
S. A. Goodman, chairman of the
local Zionist youth commission,
was appointed to the national
youth commission.
Also attending the convention
,from Miami Beach was Daniel M.
Broad. Leo Rosen and Harry
Simonhoff represented the Miami
district.
The national Zionist organiza-
tion hopes to attain a one million
membership by 1950.
By GEORGE I. TALIANOFF
Fla. Regional Director
Anti-Defamation League
'ACE FACTS .
PTOX CLOSE FOLLOWS OL1M JXK
P'n Closo, radio commentator, is to de-
011 add'ess in Miami Nov. 6, our newspapers
1ed this week.
j^ho is Close? What does his visit portend?
* "s consider his background. Mention
name brings to mind that fateful day in
|rearlH^ When ** N"" sneak-attacked
"ke first
tbi
rbor. Millions of Americans heard him
'ime that day when NBC called upon
Werpret the horrifying news that was pour-
0Ver ,he airways. Opinioned Close, with a
Jto complacency manner, "... I have
n in touch with the San Francisco Japa-
u* Thp consul was not able to talk
^ckas a compute surprise d "P'
?h", was likew.se a complete su.pnse to the
!S ".Lin Tokyo =nd me Joponese govern-
""* erroneous and ^responsible interpret.,
sian. h appeared sporadi-
HATE PATTERX
speeches upon request. It is significant to note
that reprints of his broadcasts were also distrib-
uted by several infamous organizations including
"We the Mothers Mobilize for America" and "Citi-
zens U.S.A. Committee." Punctuating his remarks
were subtle and camouflaged innuendos tending
to arouse suspicion of the Jews. Lumberman's
Mutual Casualty company cancelled his radio
contract on July I. 1945, for "business reasons."
In February, 1946, Close returned to the air
via the Mutual Broadcasting company network
sponsored by the National Economic council, of
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%  %  i i! li t X PAGE SIX 9-Jewi^rhrkttar FRIDAY, AJC Scores Literary Scoop on Asch Review Sholcm Asch's "East River", published Oct. 18, will be the subject of Mrs. I. M. Weinstein's book review for the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress 1:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. "We feel that we have a literary scoop for our first book review this year because the novel isn't in the book stores yet," Mrs Louis Glasser, AJC president, said this week. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs M. Scheinberg, niece and sister ol the author, have been invited as special guests. Asch's latest book deals with the marriage of a Jewish boy from an orthodox family and a Catholic girl, both brought U] the polyglot of nationalities thai is the East Side. Subscription tickets to the 14 events on the Friday Review Sei ies are still available Sinj admissii ns may be obtained ai the doi r. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry is man of the series, assisted by Mrs Leonard Kimball and Mrs. Frank W. iss. Daniel Miller Observes Bar Mitzva At Temple DanU 1 Miller, son of Mr. an< Mi s. B( : tram Miller, will bi c n i Bar Mitzva during service s ai Temple Beth Sholom at 10:45 a n Satui day Mr. and Mrs. Miller will b< • at 1 I >n g Shabbat will follow si rvices thjj evening Ri : Leoi Kronish will "Ji ri n and the C lonial Ofl t thi servic< s, scl eduled 15 p.m., i" celebrati B I four S I A Balfour Day assembly wili be held 11:30 a.m Sunday by gra le Sunday school studi nis under tl < %  dii ect n I M Miriam Miller. Rabbi Lehrman to Open Evening Services Rabbi Irving Lehrman will open his fourth season of late Friday night services at the Miami Bead: Jewish Center at 8:IS p.m. this evening. The rabbi will preach on "TOe Hope that is Zion" in honor • the anniversary of the signing oi the Balfour Declaration. Cantor Milton Fn i Iman I Ni w York ity will chant the service, asisted by thi Centei i Ernest Frei man. son ol Mr. Mrs. Nat Freeman, and Barry I i nbeii si n of Mr. and Mrs. Samui 1 li n, will 1" Bar Mitzva du ii Saturda; ices which will begin at 9 Hah:: Lehrman will preach on the weekly portion ol the law at that time. Junior congregal ioi sei vic< s will be i eld at l" a.m. DONALD ROSENBERG TO BE BAR MITZVA !,: H ?enberg will become Bar Mitzva at 8:15 p.m. tl is eve: His pai %  nl Mi an I Mi s Moi i is Ri >sen iO S W 17 st., will b. ai a reception in Kaplai : all f How ing thi sei \ ices. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will on "The rower f an during tinservice.-. B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN FETE PRATT PATIENTS B'nai B'rith Women ( f Miami vere hostesses at a Hallowe'en party fcr psychiatric patients ol Pratt General hospital yesterday aftei noon. Mi Sam II. Goldman, pn si lent, has railed a meeting of her board for 10 a.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Milton Friedman. 2263 S. W. 21st ter. Lum i will be served following 1 meeting. MORE JEWISH CHAPLAINS NEEDED IN EUROPE NEW YORK Because of his recognition that the combination of religious advisor and American officer enables Jewish Army chaplains to help orient and disp aced person-.' problems and to effectively interpret Displaced Person-' problems to the tactical authorhes. General Joseph McNarney. commanding general of the European Theatre. has asked the office of the chief of chaplains of the war department for 10 extra Jewish chaplains to help out in handling the problems of Jewish displaced persons in Tn response to this reguest, JWB's committee on army and navy religious activities is urging rabbus who served m the chaplaincy and are now back in civilian life (311 rabbiserved as Army. Navy and Marine corps chaplains of whom 49 are still in service) to re-volunteer for service to work with Jewish Displaced Persons in the American zones of occupation in Germany and Austria. BBG COUNCIL MAPS WINTER PROJECTS Plai • for a number of projects to be undertaken by local B'nai B'rith Girls were outlined at a ., ,., t i n g of the BBC council Sunday. At the request of the Miami and Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women, the girls will repeat the musical skit which was presented at the recent district convention f, r the Miami and Miami Bench B'nai B'rith Women on Dec. 10 and Jan. 14. The skit will also be given on Dec. 4 at a mothers and daughters tea to be arranged by the Beach advisors. In addition. Iris are preparing a one-act play. "East of Eden," by Christophi r Morley. In connection with the overseas project of assembling sewing equipment kits, the girls will show a film depicting the wi rk of the Ji int Distril ution Committee to the Miam l Beach chapters on Nov. 20 and the Miami chapters Nov. 21. Their annual fund-raising. dance for all chapters will be held during Deceml er. BBG Sabbath will be observed in Much when each chapter will conduct Friday night services in various local temples aria synagi gues. Chapters engaged in these activities are the DBG. BZB and ALS of Miami and BBG, Jems and Winx of Miami Beach, assisted by the young women's chapter of Debbs. Pre-Kindergarten Open Pre-kindergarten classes an held from i' a.m. till noon Monday through Friday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. C! ildren between tl e agoof three and five years attend. SAFETY MEET CALLED Methods of bringing about greater safety of pedestrians and motorists will be discussed at a highway safety conference called by Governor Millard Caldwell for Ni V. 7 and 8 in Orlando. Gov. Caldwell has expressed tl e hi pe that the conference will prove to be the beginning of a continued program whereby citizens will organize safety committees in every community and county thr ughout Florida. • County Bond Issues Face Test Tuesday An aroused public this week began taking more interest in the general election next Tuesday as various groups joined forces to get out 80,000 votes on election day. The county is especially interested in the passage by freeholders of its five bond issues which j include $2,000,000 for an aquari'um on Virginia Key; $1,250,000 I for a modern auditorium; $500,000 to complete the central unit I of the ocean-front park north of Baker's Haulover; $200,000 for a storage warehouse, and $100,000 [for development of the county park east of Homestead on Biscay ne Bay. Members of the county commission have stated that no work will be started on any project which will effect the building of homes for veterans, and no bonds will be sold until the county is assured that labor and materials will be available for the success' ful completion of the project. Candidates for county, state and congressional offices will be %  up for election Tuesday. State constitutional amendments also face county okay. LEHRMAN TO REPORT ON ZOA CONVENTION NOVEMBER Group A^PaceIn H ospi, al ^| Tw "' v -f've^ Wer Mtth 'Pforth2 i '! th -" Ml. Sinai h ^ Monday n Rh t at an L£5 dinner given ^ Shenx me hotel Baron de Hirsch Me yer Jt %  *e ho Spital gr y oup the request He n, mA the wmmz : :,; • Pa.gn t„ build the ho^aU •ninimum rather th an ium need, Hl '• %  '• %  !leci the historyo,!, l0 l hospital movement J was initiated in 1937 andto by the "Now that Greater Miaul grown to its present impc in the ranks of American c, we must take our proper pi havini pita] under jj auspii es ^id Mai : tz, president of| Greater Miami Jewish Fed tion u ampaign is coorl ated witl tl e hospital dnvj scribed the progress toward opening of the Alton Road hi tal under the aegis of th e Sinai gn up. He • ted that the Road I will be open independently and as a step stone to • i ventual lit hospital. T% %  Alt'>n Road institution) retain I e, he ;aid. Results of the national conventian of the Zionist Organization of. America held this week will be reported by Rabbi Irving Lehrman at the Miami Beach Zionist district luncheon club Wednesday noon at the National hotel. COPA Gets Out Vote Over 1100 members of Sholem I lodge, B'nai B'rith will receive reminders to vote in the Nov. 5 election this weekend from the committee on public affairs. The eminders are being sent out in cenformance with COPA's program for civic betterment and "in mur.ity si rvice, Chairman •i n Kr nenfeld announced. ATTENTION Dr. V. k. SHANNON Chiropodist and Foot Specialist Formerly of Roney Plaza <£ Whitman Hotels Is Now At the late Dr. Fannie Rowe's Office 1424 N. W. 7th Avenue Hours 11 to 4 P. M. Evenings for Appointment Telephone 3-4016 YouHweA TOOTHACHE SW CO r 0 THE OfNTlSI HUKftT UP ^OC-IGOTAJ PAIN,' THE COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES under auspices oi Y. M. & W. H. A. of MIAMI BEACH Presents FIVE OUTSTANDING RECITALS DECEMBER 2. 1946—FOOTLIGHT FAVORITES QUARTET John Brownlee. Lucielle Browning, Edward Kane, Adelaide Abbot DECEMBER 28. 1946—IVA KITCHELL, Comic Soprano JANUARY 25. 1947—RAY LEV, Pianist FEBRUARY 27. 1947-BIDU SAYAO, Lyric Soprano MARCH 29, 1947—JOSEPH FUCHS. Violinist All events at Miami Beach High School Auditorium, 1420 Drexel Avenue. 8:30 P.M. Series subscriptions, $10.80, tax inclusive, available at Y.M. & W.H.A.. One Lincoln Read. Normandy School, 1021 Biarritz Drive; Morris Brothers. 1261 Wa hington Avenue; Radio Center, 301'.i Lincoln Road; Miami Beach Radio, 1219 Lincoln Road; Mogul's Radio Shop, 425 41st Street. V, •rJi> Vbuo WATTRI ayGsrCALL s (., PLoroeett,

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Five Bond Issues Up
For Dade OK Nov 5th
Freeholders on Nov. 5 will
have an opportunity to decide it
Dade county will meet the de-
mands of a rapidly growing com-
munity and prepare for the tu-
ture by favoring the county s SV
050,000 bond campaign in ini
general election.
Five bond issues will be pre-
sented to the property owner
They include $2,000,000 for 81
aquarium; $1,250,000 for a mod-
ern auditorium; $500,000 to com-
plete the central unit of tn<
ocean-front park north of Baku
Haulover; $200,000 for a storage
warehouse, and $100,000 for de
velopment of the county park
east of Homestead on Biscayiu
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 issues A
majority voting must favor eacl
issue for its ratification.
The bond issues will appear on
the upper part of the voting ma
chines, 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 r*> The Jewish Florldian)
HOLLWOODThe local Jew-
ish community will begin its SOS
drive for supplies for overseas
survivors early in November,
Mrs. Edwin M. Rofonthal. chair-
man, announced this week.
A preliminary conference was
held at her home Oct. 14. Those
attending were Mrs. Ted J. So-
rin, Mrs. Louis J. Golden and
Miss Anna D. Daniels.
Locations of collection depots
and division chairmen will be an-
nounced in the mar future.
Pi rsons and organizations de-
siring to participate in the drive
may communicate with Mrs. Ri s
enthal at 725 Harrison st.
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Face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director. Anti-
Defamation League
While in New York attending
the ADL national staff confer-
ence. I heard the song writer,
1,-ving Caesar. ,n a prcsentatio,
of his latest masterpiece, binf, '
Song of Friendship."' andI was
was deeply moved by the Jlting
melodies and the magnificent
lyrics which forcefully expressed
the eternal hope of all of us for
everlasting peace.
Of "Tea for Two," "Swannee
ind "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 of the popularity of
the safety s. ries, composer Caesar
conceived the idea of writing a
group of 111 songs dedicated to
human rights, winch express the
things all of US are striving for
free 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, glci clubs and theaters
commencing this month.
'Lets Make the World of To-
morrow Today," a title of onc of
the songs in this book, is a force-
ful expression of the wishful
thinking of all of us. The re-
maining 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 be singing songs of friend-
ship.
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
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
training 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,
Helenc Sandra.
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N0 VEMBER_!ii!!!L 111 BitS I • hride^ will he honored r'n/on Monday which will L,he Temple Israel S.ster1 M Reba Enler Eps em, 1! announces. The affa.r K held at Kaplan hall from Pen. — **" ,„ more than 25 bnd.. remembers of he conLm. Rabbi Colman A Bin wi conduct a C n rion service in their hon Lj lhe Sisterhood will pre „ ch with a year's mem L. in the organiration. Itt the program wlU be det0 the dedication of the Lsterhood lounge which has Tmnpletcd under the direc,fMrs Hanv B.yell, chair1d Mrs.' Adolph WerL Mrs. Elrj Stone, Mrs. EpSlepian and Mrs. Max Lical program will be prejbv professional artists. James Bass, chairman of ncheon committee, will be I by Mrs Armand Brown, Ijrman. Mrs. Bertha Lach, |Sol Magnu.and Mrs. Elona ^November hospitality com[t, heeded by Mrs. Lach, will at the luncheon and all Sisterhood :unctions this b. Members are the MesJS James Bass, Elona Brown, KB. Cohen. Armand Brown, Magnus. B( n a Lach, S. A. fcSarah L. Augustine, Joslass and Law n nee Adler. are events i n the Sisterj calendar include a Chalaffair for post confirmants amber and an inter-faith t project of the Sisterhood bbsidizing bus transportallor Sunday school students, lent, buses bring students | the Bead ai d the southsection oi Mi: : i. Service I other sectin: will be pro1 in the near future. Young Police Reporter To Be Bar Mitzva Conrad Kussner, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner, 809 Sevilla ave., will become Bar Mitzva at services Saturday morning' in the Miami Jewish Ortl Congregation. Conrad is the young man who was proba most disa| pointed last year when President Tinman changed his plan visiting Miami. For Coi chief of the junior sta! Florida State P 0 lice a n d Public Safety Reportei all set in executive, He *JmisKinHrtOn.fi PAGE FIVE view the chief didn't get the interview but he has a letter from the president's secretary expressing Truman's regrets. Mr. and Mrs. Kussnei viing their friends to attend a kiddush at the synagogue following the services. The Ku will be hosts at a private dinnei Sunday evening at the Rapl at 1 hotel. Among the guests v.. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Rabbi Al bert Michels and Canti r M i Mamches. Originally from New York, t: e Kussners moved to Miami two and one-half years ago after spending many years hen League to Install Officers At Luncheon Officers of the l I at Vici ;• % % %  Nov. 13, Ml li week. Senior and junicr hostesses of the league will meet at the ami Y at 7:15 p.m. Monday before going to the Pratt Grhospital where the league ho its monthly bingo parly lor [ valescent servicemen. 1 n v. • th ave. Ml i. Hai %  the :.: %  • %  .:• B ti FLORIDWN NAM] TUESDAY DEADLINE V %  over, Fl( reand s< Copy tl r. 2-1141. MISS T : TO TEL1 WORK CF YISHUV %  P.-T. A. TO HEAR FORUM ON JEWISH EDUCATION "Restoring Jewish Education to Jewish Life" will be the topic oi the panel discussion to be held I y the Beth David Parent-T. association 8 p.m. Monday Talmud Torah. Taking part at this round will be three Beth i> ious school teachers, L uis U who will speak on the "Pha I Religion"; Miss Irene Jacobs, n "Nationalism," and Mrs. Alexander Steibel on "Social Consciousness." Rabbi Max Shapiro will be th moderator. A reception honoring the ti ers will follow. All pare:.: invited. YPL TO HOLD DANCE • Miami 1 hold a dance I at the Centi %  ilJOiwpn^nttpv aiM Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 %  ADULT CAMERA GROUP STARTS AT BEACH Y A : %  camera group t! 8:30 p.m. in the '. ;r.-day evening. ich was organized II ei g ige in a parat than a in photoraphy. 11 as still life c omprise the subr. 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!" -^!^^K-:.H£^ gwytUEIIiOiPidliiaun /^^^•THE JEWISH UNITY CuVt JEWISH WEEKLY JE^NUMBER 44 MIAMM8 1 _FLQRjDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS A OPPOSES PALESTINE PARTITION PLAN \raman Answers Ibn Saud \estating Homeland Policy L-President Truman in a Lrd m to King Ibn | 0 f Saudi Arabia restated Ivernmenfs hope for entry Jglestine "< 1 considerable L of displaced Jews in £•• He n iti rated his inteni asking C tigress for speculation admit additional fer ; 0 f placed Jews to United States "over and the immigration quotas | '; J lpresidi message was in I to a lettei of Oct. 15, from laud protesting Mr. TruIjtat i.i of Oct. 4 as "inlent" with previous pledges government. bring that the United Government and people |suppoiu will be sponsored by jecial gifts division. S. W. fro and Rudy R. Adler head piston. ptributions totalling $110,000 announced at the initial dinner Sunday by Samuel Mi chairman of the campage three for story and fe %  ii tin.. S i te of the pro The Y's drive was endorsed by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Congregation Beth Jacob and Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center this week "I look forward to the erection of an adequate physical institution with a trained personnel which will make possible the further expansion of our Beth Am' and pray that there will always be a positive relationship between the 'Both Am,' the peoples house, and the 'Beth El,' the house of God," Rabbi Mescheloff said. Rabbi Lehrman, in extending his support to the campaign, said "This Y is destined to serve as an Important laboratory for the development of a well integrated responsible Jewish youth, and thus can become a potent force in the creating of the united Jewish community of tomorrow." nol only thai I i find sh( l ter there, but also that they may te their talents and energies to the upbuilding ol I Jewish Nation,;! 11 declared. The President's efforts, as initiated in his correspondence with Prime Minister Attlee over a year ago, to expedite solution of "the urgent problem" of surviving Jewish displaced persons, he wrote, were in line with "traditional policies" of this govemn em. "At the same time," he continued, "t aid, of course, be a concerted effort to open the gates of other lands, including the United States, to those unfortunate persons." | Meyer Sanies Sinai Aides Appointment of several division | chairmen of the Mt, Sinai hospital campaign, which will get under way shortly after the Community Chest drive, was announced this week by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the hospital trustees and chairman of the hospital drive. Meyer has appointed Sam Blank to head the initial gifts division; Leonard Wien, tourists; Max Orovitz, special gifts; Arthur A Ungar and H. H. Flyman, firm guts; Jacob Sher, tracks; Dr. Louis Lytton, physicians; Marcie Liberman and Harold Salvey, amusements; Leo Eisenstein, memorial.-. Other chairmen will be announced shortly. The campaign cabinet is meeting regularly to plan details necessary to launching the $2,500,000 drive. ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)—Creation without delay of "an authoritative over-all body" to conduct "the political, effort on behalf of Zionism in the United States" was recommended by the convention of the Zionist Organization of America in a resolution adopted here. It pointed out that such a body must be constituted "with due regard for both the interests of the Jewish Agency and the vital and indispensable role which must be played by the American Zionist Organization." Declaring that the "Yishuv must be the decisive factor in determining the extent of resistance to the illegal policies of the ^.British government," the convention said that "'"•• &f • = *** !" l!< ill I lav id Spurs Drive Rabbi James Heller of Cincinnati, past president of the United Palestine Appeal, has accepted an invitation to be guest speaker at a special gifts dinner for the S525.000 building fund campaign of Beth David synagogue. The dinner will be held early in December under the chairmanship i of Louis Heiman, heada of the special gifts division. Harry Markowitz, general chairman of the campaign, announces i that Jacob Sher has launched his i activities as chairman of the initial gifts division. Ben Essen has assumed the chairmanship of the general solicitations division. Full details for the campaign and building program will be anl nouneed shortly. insofar as the responsible elements of the Yishuv embark upon policies of non-cooperation or resistance, they shall receive wholehearted support of the Zionist movement." Another resolution supported the efforts of the Palestine Jewish community in aiding the persecuted Jews of Europe to enter Palestine, and hailed the attempts by the DP's to reach Palestine despite the obstacles placed in their way. Reiterates Invitation The convention expressed regret that the World Zionist Congress has been postponed several times and reiterated the ZOA's suggestion that the Congress be held in the United States. Taking cognizance of the possibility that proposals may be made to reconstitute the Jewish Agency to provide for the active participation of non-Zionist elements, (Continued on Page 4) ZOA Names Goodman, Harris To Key Posts Miami Y Campaigners Report At Breakfast Miami Y campaign workers will meet for breakfast at 10:30 a.m. Sunday to report on their solicitations and spur the drive in its final stages, Leo Ackermaan, chairman of the $200,000 building fund campaign, said this week. "Pn gress of the campaign is very satisfactory," he declared. Two Miami Beach men were r.amed to offices in the Zionist i Organization of America at the i Atlantic City convention last | weekend. They are Abraham 'Goodman, who was reelected naI tional treasurer, and Jack D. jBurris, who was named chairman I of the committee on Zionist education and propaganda. Burris, who is president of the Miami Beach Zionist district, reports that "a remarkable unanimity in opposing partitioning of Palestine was | evident at the convention." His committee, which will embrace radio, publications, public relations, the New Palestine magazine and the committee for i unity on Palestine, was made into a new department of the organization. Burris spoke to an audience of 3.500 at the convention Monday 'afternoon. Plans for Southeastern regional convention to be held at Miami Beach Nov. 15 were made at Atlantic City. Among Zionist leaders who will attend sessions here are Dr. Israel Goldstein, past president of the ZOA; Sidney Marks, executive director; Carl Alpert, managing editor of the New Palestine, and Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director of the Brandeis camp for Zionist leadership. Rabbi Irving Lehrman was named to Burris' committee ar.d S. A. Goodman, chairman of the local Zionist youth commission, ,was appointed to the national i youth commission. Also attending the convention lfrom Miami Beach was Daniel M. 1 Broad. Leo Rosen and Harry Simonhoff represented the Miami district. The national Zionist organization hopes to attain a one million membership by 1950. [ACE FACTS l'TOX CLOSE FOLLOWS OLDBy GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Fla. Regional Director Anti-Defamation League P'n Close, radio commentator, is to dean add ress in Miami Nov. 6, our newspapers h* 'his week. IJfoo is Close? What does his visit portend? "s consider his background. Mention name brings to mind that fateful day in history when the Japanese sneak-attacked "Harbor. Millions of Americans heard him Jr*J Jm that day when NBC called upon I interpret the horrifying news that was pour1 0Ver the uirways. Opinioned Close, with a n 9 into nese consulate. The consul was not able to talk but his repiesentative and secretary said that the attack was a complete surprise and he implied that it was likewise a complete surprise to the foreign office in Tokyo and the Japanese govern11 Hi* erroneous and irresponsible interpretations prompted NBC to drop him from its staff. Throughout the war. Close was a bitter Roosevelt antagonist, was anti-British and anti-Russian. y m c mplacency manner. "... I have en "i touch with the San Francisco Japacally In recent years. Close has appeared sporadion the air, sending out copies of his radio HATE PATTERN speeches upon request. It is significant to note that reprints of his broadcasts were also distributed by several infamous organizations including "We the Mothers Mobilize for America" and "Citizens U.S.A. Committee." Punctuating his remarks were subtle and camouflaged innuendos tending to arouse suspicion of the Jews. Lumberman's Mutual Casualty company cancelled his radio contract on July 1, 1945, for "business reasons." In February, 1946, Close returned to the air via the Mutual Broadcasting company network sponsored by the National Economic council, of (CONTINUED ON PAGE 31 ^ m ill I* 1 M ;?. • 1 >•' 11



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DAY NOVEMBER 1. 1946 ^Jwislifhtredffo/n 51 HOSPITAL SURVEY IN LAST PHASE PAGE SEVEN N^ H PP R V S D A D PPR0VE Y Birobidjan Committee NURSERY PROGRAM To Sponsor Concert >i tudy f the needs Kititutt-jini K levels was recomK Atlanta Sunday at an P nfmrre of a subcomKTcaS of the JJh VFlorida, Georgia and farolin;'. a Harold l'. Spaet, presilVthe Greater Miami JewH,e' for the Aged, was !" n of the subcommittee S by the southeastern Scouneil of Jewish Fed"ndWelfan Funds. subcommittee proposed national CJFWF underlie four-month study in eolith local welfare and feder: ~ It recomu the app intment of an to the soutndirector to toil i n icry grmip ional B t the survej in smaller tinities. .. • : in various ..,.. w as cussed. CoJjJJe e f| rts of the Greater II me and the Jewish Sojfcrviei' bun i were pointed [Home P' %  '• '' institutionjfor Jewish aged and JSSB ides its personal counselling, I and til er vices to ged wisl to remain in I ... : with private |ie?. Visitii i housekeeper tufse services are available. Spaet. who representas well as the Home, representative.-, to the conwere (' arli s R. Cohen, executive director; Max ^iberg. board member of the and Fnd Holland, direcI the Home. Itr communities represent.V.l: %  Augusta and ah. Ga ton, S.C., ksonville, Fla. b, director of .|„ | n tee "' Greater Miami will present ital for Joint i '' mi Gina W em, writer and lecturer, led to New York Mon...: %  %  Sunday in the Miami Publication of the Create] Mi ami Jewish Federation' h survey awa J. J. Golub York Hospi who returne day after a short visit I i Beach High school, 1424 Drexel Results of the survey will be %  ave used in planning for the Mt Included on the program will hospital. tion ol be Clara Schinskaya, vocalist, com Dr. Golub met with the survey irman mmittee last Thursday and w itl a representative group ol pi \ at the Y cians Friday. The doctors discussed a n mber pro J ect of technical problems regardin the establishment and admin cultural pro) emphatration of the Mt. Sinai hospil Their opinions will be incorpo, il re rated into the survey "'• will also be accepted from tic Different meml the circle floor. losts each HOME EVENT NOV. 19 The organization will hold it ; ets I i te I i the concluding event first card party of the season at '' a *> th. ject „ f the Mi the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ger^{ebman, A. M. Dorfl and Manya amj ,,„.__,.,, Wl „ mlVs Auxiliary to shon August, 1375 S. W. Sixth St., bhubov. e ,. H „ |1U for the Aged at 8 p.m. Sunday. has been set lor 1:30 p.m. TuesHostesses assisting Mrs. AnNEW HEBREW CLASS day, Nov. 1!'. Mrs. Benjamin gust will be Mrs. E. A. Moss, Mrs. .. S erry, president, announces. Sam Kostoff and Mrs. Herbert Feldan. BROWARD NOTES Mrs. Paul Silverman and son. Jules, of Ft. Lauderdale, spent last weekend in Tampa to celebrate the birthday of Max Argintar, brother of Mrs. Silverman. In Tampa they nut Miss I Lee Silverman, who flew from Florida State College for Women for the occasion. Also attending the affairs were Mrs. Oscar, Mrs A. Kirschenbaum, and Mrs. Murray Kornik, of Miami. ttee workers are asked for adults will hold „ d t A ; ,. s t() Mrs Ben ng at Beth David Wednes|a||]m Appd chairmani at 4430 day evening. R „ v;il ]Vm avt The class, under the supervision Ol .1 .. ih Eduea_^ — ____ lion, I ught by Nathan Bree n who spent several yeai in Palestine. An elementary kn wledge Hel rev th. prerequisite for the cour Aids Methodist Project Jewish citizens aiding the Miami Beach Methodist church "ctmmunity betterment campaign" are Leonard Abess, Marcie Liberman, Judge Harold Spaet and Harold Turk. The project will include a new church, a youth center, a dormitory for young women and a brotherhood shrine. Calling Garment Mlgrs.. Laundries Cleaners, Tailors Dressmakers! BUTTONS For All Purposes PRESSING ROOM SUPPLIES. HANGERS. PINS. NEEDLES. SCISSORS, SHEARS Phone 2-5590 162 W. Flagler Street Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Sterling, Ft Lauderdale, celebrated their 39tl wedding anniversary and Mr. Sterling's birthday Oct. 24. at which time their son and da ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sterling, entertained in th( it honor at the Overseas n staurant. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs A. Grossman and Mr. and Mrs. Philemore Teper. VOTE FOR M. DUNCAN HELD M FOLK CHORUS p FOR THOUSANDS J 1 "*" ot Miamians have %  W?S ''' the Greater fcj* ( ,sn F lk Chprua which pES 0 '. Loui Powesky. EoL the cnorus wh ^ n • T' 5 ; ,h Un "ed to ,T'" a Mnce ** lo R A?i an h f the Jew C c Alu,,,, which has 34 I dna mandolin orches%  fc* aC ? Uaint Miamians h W f '• '"'k chorus v*Ki actlve ;md non r +£!*%, a dance Sat "list w b won d ave. and T*2£S£ Refresh Mrs. Harry Goldberg, of Pompano, is recuperating in Broward General hospital from a operation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reiss of Lake Wales spent last w< ekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reiss of Hollywood. They also visited in Ft. Lauderdale with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reiss, Check & Double Check! Our mixologists can MAKE ANY DRINK FOR YOU or they can MAKE YOU FOR ANY DRINK! HSMN'a 1141 ft. MIAMI ftVft. REPUBLICAN NOMINEE Dade County PURCHASING AGENT TO THE THOUSANDS OF DADES JEWISH POPULATION I OWE MUCH. THLY KVNMV FRIENDS. BELIEVE I AM THEIRb. ASK THEM! Tuesday. Nov. 5th Pull Lever 11-B ,,.,, pdltloaj A'l > The minute you see this new group of DIXIE Kool Ride seat covers you'll know they're the tops. Brilliant new patterns, textures and colors. Skillfully tailored to fit your car. SEE THEM NOW AT DIXIE! 5 Convenient Locations TMXIE TIRE C? P^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 101 8. W. First Street 532T N. Miami ATB. 8539 N. W. 17th Ave. 045 Fifth Street Phone 5-5369 1840 Alton Road Phone 5-9724 I | ^ % 



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DAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1946 *Jtnistirhridrten PAGE ELEVEN ly is now concentrated on ternational Refugee Organland in the fight that is exI to develop in defining its AFFAIRS: (British Government knows that three of the Arab are definitely inclined rt the establishment of a to'e in a partitioned M... The three are Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon. ?, But %  ability of Britain's agree.MUST BROS ing to partition and to the formation of a Jewish state is now more remote than ever before. This is known to the leaders of the Jewish Agency, who will henceforth lay more stress on the demand for increased immigration to Palestine than on the e tablishment of a Jewish state. Incidentally, it is also known that the Irgun and the Stein group, who oppose partition, would extend their terrorist activities if partition were effected On the other hand they would cease these activities if Palestine were opened for increased Jewisn immigration. Partition would be considered by them as "treason" and a "sell out" by the Jewish Agency, while increased immigration would be considered a British compromise. In the ranks of the American Zionist leadership also, more accent will now be laid on increased immigration than on partition. American Zionist leaders are readying themselves for a stronger voice in the Jewish Agency. Some openly advance the theory that since most of the funds for the Jewish Agency come from the United States, the American Zionists are entitled to have a say as to how these funds should be spent. The possibility that such a demand would eventually be advanced was foreseen sometime ago by Eliezer Kaplan, the able treasurer of the Jewish Agency. He therefore, came to the United States with a suggestion that the Jewish National Fund and the Keren Hayesod be transferred from the Jurisdiction of the World Zionist executive to the Jewish National Council of Palestine. This would have put the two principal fund raising agencies under the direct control of the Jews in Palestine and out of the reach of American Zionists. However, American Zionists leaders did not respond enthusiastically to Kaplan's suggestion, and the matter may be brought up at the forthcoming World Zionist Congress. THE ETERNAL PROBLEM: One of the most interesting novels of the year is Sholem Asch's "East River" just published by Putnam's. Bent on the idea that Jewish religion and Catholic religion can meet if there is good will on the part of both, Asch builds his novel around a mixed marriage of a Jewish boy and a Catholic girl who have grown up together on the same street on New York's t Side Each of them is atached to his respective religion and they get along well. But what about the child that is born to them? Here Asch poses a problem and does not answer it clearly. Nevertheless his novel is one of the most powerful literary creations. construction of long periods of Jewish history will be the basis lor celebrations in connection with the 1946 observance of Jewish Book Month, Nov. 15 to Dec 15 it was announced by the Jewish Book Council of America sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare board, found in 18% in the Genizah LEGAL NOTICES IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County, Florida RE ESTATE OK MART UWI-ER, A'K/A MAKV I.AWI.OR and MARY A. LAWLER. Deceased. NOTICE OK INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL. DISCHAROE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have riled invfinal report nml petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Admlnistruor i.f the estale of MART LAWYER, A/K/A MARY hAWUiR and MARY A. LAWLER, deceased: and Hint on the 18th day of November, 1946. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said rinal report and for final discharge Ancillary of thi. iv M(m ,, ;„ /• %  "i," :,s Ancillary Administrator of the oi tne synagogue in Ca.ro, Egvpt, Estate of MARY LAWLER, A/K/A the manuscripts aided in the re"ART LAWLOR and MART A storation of many lost Jewish litterary monuments. Other Jewish literary anniversaries which will be marked during Jewish Book Month are :he 30th anniversary of Sholom Aleichem's death; the 30th anniversary of the establishment of LAWLER, deceased. This loth day of October, 1946. MAX R. SILVER. MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Ancillary Administrator. 10/1 g- n/i-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage business under the fictitious name f Tropical Sales Service at 2024 S.W. the Histadruth Ivrith of America -'"' B e*i Miami. 35. Fla.. Intends whirr. nm Jl, u"mined ,,, register said name with the Clerk wnicn promotes the Hebrew Ianof the circuit Court of Dade County, guage and literature; the 70th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Reisen, Yiddish poet and author, and the tercentenary of the birth of Gluckel of Hameln, 17th century author and iarist. LEGAL NOTICES IN" COUNTT JUDGE'S Cl II UT Dade On nlj Florida No. IT".Re: Estate of BAMUEL. B OESNRR, d< ceased. NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION Foil FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the .st.it. of Samuel R Gesner, deceased; and that on the 25th da of November, 1946, will apply to the Honorable W. F Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, PI for approval of said final report and for final discharge -. Administratrix of the estate of S imuel B Gesn. deceased. This i'4th day of October, 1946 FLORENCE GESNER. MAX It SILVER, Attorney for Administratrix. i" Jj i! 1-8-15 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CARLYLR HoTF.I.. at 1250 Ocean Drive, Miami Beaoh, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE '1' .T.I'IIEIM SYLVIA GOLDBERG MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicants 10/25 II 1-8-15-28 Florida. ROBERT W. COOK Sole Owner. 10:11-18-81 11:1 NOTICE IS HERERT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STAHL-FREEMAN GROCERY at 1796 N". W. 27th Ave.. Miami, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ("ountv, Florida JULIUS L FREEMAN, CHARLES K. STAHL, Partners. HARRY DIETZ. Atnrney for Applicants Congress Rldg. 10/18-25 I1/1-8-1B NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in huoineso under the fictitious name of ARROTTS at 3069 S.W. 37th Avenue. Miami. Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade Count v. Florida. LAWRENCE A. RECK WILLIAM B. SWIMMER MUPRAY A. BECK BURNETT ROTH Attomev for Applicants in-l-ll-IS25 11/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN HARDWARE PAINT SUPPLY, it T^3 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla Intend to register said i in. with the Clerk of the Circuit Onurt of Dade .'ountv. Florida. S \M GREENSPAN MILTON P4PHH THEODORE I SVKOW1TZ, 918 Seybnld Rldg. I It.ii %  %  for v pplicants. : '1-8-15-22 LEGAL NOTICES IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT Dade County, Florida No. 16870 Re: Estate of FRED L. PARLIN, deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Executor of the estate of FRED L. PARLIN, deceased; and that on the 18th 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 ror final discharge as Ancillary Executor of the estate of FRED L PARLIN, deceased. This 15th day of October, 1946. HUGH P. BEMJS. Ancillary Executor of the Estate of MAX R. SILVER.^ Par n deCea8ed Attorney for Ancillary Executor. 10/18-25 11-1-8 NOTICE IS HEREEY GrVEN 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 County, Florida. LOUIS L. SCHAFFER HARRY JACOBS MILLER & PODELL Attorneys for Applicants 10/4-11-18-25 11/4 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, .'.-siring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Light-Craftcrs at 1747-49 S. W. 8th Street, Miami. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. MORTON KIRSCH, MEYER COHEN. RALPH KIRSCH, Partners. HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant Congress Rldg. 10:11-18-25; 11:1.1 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engagt in business under the fictitious name ,.[ Blscayne Venetian Blind < cmnany at 8201 N. W. 22nd Ave., M Fla., Intends to register said name with i he cicrk of Hie Circuit < ourl "' "-'^Vvil'KL P FLOOD. -IP. Sole Ownei 10:11-18-23 11:1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBT Civics the undersll I ">* "* ?S m rt <>' • C0Unt cEI?IA TRAURIO. Sole i iwner. 25-11/1/8 NOTICE %  !" ? g WRITING SERVICE ai • % %  ..' — rcSlt court Of Dade NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that •ii.undcrsipned. desirine to engage in hnsinesa under the fictitious nsme of i" st..-seal Co.. not inc.. at Miami. I. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade C-.unlv. Florida. HENRY A. STEIN ISA \C J( iFFE Utornev f..r Anplicant in 1-11-18-25 11/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that • I,, undersigned, desirlneto engage in business under the fictitious name of RF.O-W. HOTEL at 615 Fifth St.. Mi1"II Beach Florida intends to register vaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coimtv. Florida. HARRY NORSTEIN. Lessee and Operator. II-M'RY DIETZ Attomev for Applicant Congress hldg. Miami. Florida 10 4-H-18-25 ll/l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 1K346. In Re: Estate of ANNIE PEPPER, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims 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 ANNIE PEPPER, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Rlanton, 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, October 28. A.D. 1946. ABRAHAM PEPPER. As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of ANNIE PEPPER. Deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Executor. H/l-8-15-22 %  i-LIA TRAVRIG. Role i • ncr. \ ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE t C O N kjZO L ^igg_G uarant— Fr— Inspection EKERAL MANAGER" AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 Street and Prairie Kf„ Miami Bach 10 I 11/1-8 %  fl Smb. Iieo-asel TOV rn MAKE ^tV^Vplo P.NAL MS•COTICI '•* "V,„'.-t .'id petition for filed in-' fWl rr '" 0 \ n ill: r-Admln' "•Jli.^e.Ut* of ETJZABBTH ,,„, -state DE ZARA. HEBARA. ^|,,, ,.„ the lMh dav ; .""', win annly to the NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that nderslgned. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of pt wi.ti'M ROWLINO LANES. St 5787 S W. Sth Street. Coral Gables. Plorlda Intends to register said name .pi, the Cl.-rk ..' the Circuit Court fD.de County Florida, ^^ MYERS. HEIMAN .CKAPLAN, Utornev 'or Applicant. 10/25 11/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that ,,,e „„dersiened. desirlne; to engage In hV,| !" .S under the r.cltioiis name nt WAYSIDE GXRDFNS, St ^'h Avenue "„,, Vor.il Wnv. Miami. Florida n., nds to register said name with the .V'-rkof the circuit Oourt of Dade -ountv. Plo,Ida. uTY sr „ AT7 Sole Owner. HARRY DIETZ,, Attorney for Applicant. Contrress Pid" .0/25 11/1-8-15-22 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 1!W47. In Re: Estate of LEONA THERESA SKINNER, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou, may have against the estate of LEONA THERESA SKINNER, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. 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. October 28. A.D. 1946. JOSEPH C. SKINNER CHARLES L. POLAND As Co-Admlnlstrators of the Estate of LEONA THERESA SKINNER, deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attomev for Administrators. 11/1-8-15-82 1046, „. p Blanton. County, county Florida, for TRULY NOLEN. PrMldMl \^ •<''*^ M\XT SILVER"** JL„?CTnrUUry A %&trr. .A'ta < %  H'1- Organization NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BAY SHORE HOTEL at 552 N. JZ. 61st St.. Miami. Florida. Intends register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY FRIEDMAN 11/1-8-15-22-29 mntpnd -to register Vt.h the clerk o' the Circuit Court Dade Co-^-M^^ i/Vf!" AUGUST WILLIAM PAW.-OT* ttomv foAre-'1i Conf-Aee Rldg. ifl/85 11/1-8-15-M 58-2355 or 5-8798 voTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN th .h?,nder.


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ffluBaaafflEMHlllaW^ > ii ; • &f PAGE TEN Jmlsii ncricflan Sakowitz Announces Opening of Law Office Theodore J. Sakowitz, 1946 graduate of the University of Miami school of law, is a recent addition to Miami legal circles. His office is at 918 Seybold bldg. A board member of the Miami Y, Sakowitz was Miami chairman of the youth division in the 194 6 Combined Jewish Appeal Riggio Named Head Of Tobacco Company SAKOWITZ campaign. A graduate High school. of Miami Senior he received his bachelor of business administration degree at the University in 1944 before attending law school. He was vice president of the law school, president of the Hillel foundation and president of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. Active in AZA, he is lifetime advisor to Chapter 322. He has served on the national executive board of AZA and was president of the chapter, president of the state AZA and acting president of the district. Vincent Riggio, vice president in charge of sales for the Atnei Ican Tooacco company, was recently unanimously elected president of the company. H. succeeds SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY CHEST GIVE ONCE FOR ALL! November 12-29 4 m 1 H Ir mm f %  ^E %  ~^ %  y the late George Washington Hill who died on Sept. 13. Riggio, who has been connected with the company for 40 years. started in the tobacco business in 1905 with the firm of Butler and Butler at a salary of 15 dollars a week. Butler and Butler was purchased by the American Tobacco company in 190" and in 1911 Riggio was transferred to the parent company where he rose to the vice presidency in 1929. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpern, 259 Oleander ave., Palm Beach. are announcing the betrothal of their daughter, Geraldyne Claire, to David Segal, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Segal, Newport, R.I. The bride-elect is a graduate of Palm Beach High school and Florida State College for Women where she was a member of i D( lta Phi Epsilon sorority. Her fiance was recently discharged after four years' service in the Navy, most of which he spent overseas. He is now in business in Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Palar.sky. 529"4 Gardenia St., have returned from Miami where they wire extensively entertained by Cantor and Mrs. Julius Roscnstein. Announcement of the engagement of Miss Rose Vogel of NewYork to Leo B. Schwack of this city is made bv her mother, Mrs. M. Vogel. A graduate of New York, Miss private secretary factoring house city. Mr. Schwack, Hunter college, Vogel is now a in a fur manuin New Y< rk an alumnus of LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM St. John's law school, N.Y.. served 20 months in the Army air forces. He is proprietor of the Leonard's store hen B'nai B'rith Stars will hold a games party at Scher Memorial hall on Fern st. at 8 p.m. Sunday. Tickets for the affair may be obtained from Mrs. Shirley Blumberg, 610 Okeechobee id., or at the door. Beth El Sisterhood held theii first meeting at Scher memorial last night with Mrs. I. Kapnei presiding. MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Mliell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S, Faville, Funeral Director* 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach, Fla. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla Obituaries WEINBERQ Mr* Loretta R. Welnberf. 41. > %  iurvlved by bei huatjSa. DavMj he'' ,„.„,„,. Mrx Gertrude Olttleman; a twin Rimer, Mra Jeannette Winer, all ..r Miami Beai ii WEISSENBERO \., %  ,.„ Wel---fiilHTK. r.T, of 304 Ocean ,1, died last Thursday In a (loai'ltm. He" waa HI tii.leather gooda bualneaa %  liioo coming here four yeara ajro from Brooklyn. Surviving are nix wire, \iilil..1.1 Welaaenber*; five children ami two alatera. Burial waa In MI Sebo cemetery follow-in* aervlcea ;ii Rlverairie Memorial chapel. SLATKO Benjamin Slatko. fi^. of 123:, N. W. Third a) died Monday. He waa a retired electrical appliance manufacturer and came here IN montha ago 11 "iii New Tork, N. V He leavea hla wife, Mra. Sadie Slatko: a daughter, Marian; a son, Leon; two alatera, Mrs. Kate Shellon and Sadie Slatko. and three brothera, Sam, Harry and Jack Slatko, all "f Miami Services were held Wedneaday, with llaldil Max Shapiro officiating, SCHECHTER Mra. Jennie Schechter, M, regular winter visitor from Cerndale, N. v., died unexpectedly last Wednesday at her residence, I860 s. W. Fourth st.. a daj after she and her huaband, David, DOUfbl a home there Three sons and a daughter in New York also survive. The body was sent to Nest fork by Cordon Funeral home. GOLDBERG Mrs. Clara Goldberg, .'ii. of 1.127 Collins ave., Miami Beach, died Tuesday She came from New York city .mil leavea her husband, Morris, and a alater, Mrs. Fannie Rice, Services Were held In the I'almer chapel. Ft. Fauderdale Temple To Mark Balfour Day A special Balfour Declaration service will be held at Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale at 8 p.m. this evening. Rabbi David Raab will conduct the service and preach a sermon on the subject of "Is the Balfour Declaration Alive?" Peoples of all creeds are invited to attend the services. The Temple Sisterhood, now planning for an SOS drive (supplies for overseas survivors) in cooperation with the B'nai 'Brith auxiliary, will meet 8 p.m. Monday at the Temple. A social will follow the meeting, Mrs. Ruth Nankin, president, announces. Your CompUte Department Store With QuaRty Merchandise Washington AT*, at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami <£Z'M'.'!/?/''/??///7/?/yt//T///t/, With DIGNITY <""' RESPECT our ( ompetent staff is read> to re lieve you of all the 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 Murray Grauer, Rev. Maurice Mamches. REFORM: TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th st., Miami; Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. CONSERVATIVE: CONGREGATION BETH DA J N W. Third 2J ^ Max Shapiro ;£ Abraham Fri e d man 3 BEACH JEWISH c2 415E -'*ave., M a ? Rabbi Irving Lehrman U Sloan, executive director. LIBERAL) TEMPLE BETH SHOLO^ „ Chase ave., Miami Beach; EJ Leon Kror.ish, Cantor! Kelemer. Dinner-Dance Planned A dinner-danoe at the Copacabana Club Dec. 4 will highlight the membership drive of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, which will reopen Nov. 15. Lou Heiman is chairman of the drive and Burnett Roth, chairman of the dance. 1 CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 7th St Ph. 3-7301 Beat care for chronic sic|f, convaleacent and elderly people. eijjjdLarge Beautiful Groundtfjm £ p 7WS.W.I2*AV.MUMh Lf£L 334 3LA "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' WCOfrTCUlii TW MAKMfTY Of H08IMW JEWSI m MB Inhtmatlm Clod/, fvmalmd ea ftequeif SWING HAW IU0K MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY CHEST GIVE ONCE FOR ALU' November 12-29 S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK ST 214 4th St., Miami L Between Collins & W/tiiiy*,, Hebrew Religious lupd Synagogues and PrijAte Also for Hebrew fchoolil Telephone 5-1017 I MEMO CHAPEL 5-7771 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1Mb Warfinfl'o" *** %  Miami Beieh TH08. M. %  jR Funerji Ol ect' ABE EIMNBERO, TrUW* Ih Mew fork: 76th St. and An.sierdam Art. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairiee Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE c V < m'www>wwwww>iw> w w>w C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 629 IndependenceRoad, Wool Palm Beach No Job too largo or too small Oror 50 yoan in bunineaa. of bereavement AMBULANCE SERViCE 5-5X44 Iflrmrn'n/ ('/m/ir/ IXSO \l lt)N ROAD MIAMI Ml \i H livma llatberi: 1 1, ''' 111.on | .,., N\N\N\N\\NN\XS > ^ S Sv\\N\x\\xvJ((^ PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEb SERVING THE JEWISH COM M U N I TV" ^Jj PHONE 9-2884 C. E. CARTER, runewal Director "A Paiaad in Md % % %  >. %  aaaa %  %  %  Mrt 'il K 1