The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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THE JEWISH UNITY!
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THE JEWISH WEEK L
"^TnUMBER45
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
10 SOUTHERN ZIONISTS TO CONVENE HERE
ir To Attend
)rld Congress
Miami
L, Miami Will have four
Ctives at the World
1 Congress in Basel, Switz-
[ Dec'". They are Mr. and
MrS Shepard
Broad and Mr.
and Mrs. Abra-
ham Goodman.
(' o od m a n ,
who is national
treasurer of the
Zionist Organi-
zation of Amer-
ica, and Broad,
chairman of the
Miami Beach
district
|o! direc-
be
Zionist
land Mrs.
I left yes-
llor New
|w here
D secui e
land ar-
llist-min- broad
hb be-
ng on the Queen Eliza-
|iext Thursday. Mr. and
idman, now in New York,
i to leave for Europe on
Is.
through England and
tare being planned by the
ins. The two men hope
I gel to Pale-tine after the
[and Mrs, Broad were pre-
Ikeys to the City of Miami
I by Mayor Herb Frink at
iami Beach Zionist district
n in the National hotel
lay. Tribute was paid
ptoad by a number of city
and civic leaders, in-
fo Police Chief Albert Simp-
po provided a police escort
airport for the couple
tday.
pBroads will sail home from
t Dec. 27.
X. V- I Skills
Columbians
NEW YORK, (JTA) New
York State acted this week to
crack down on the Columbians,
new anti-Semitic, anti-Negro or-
ganization, a branch of which is
reported to be functioning here.
In a telegram to the chief ol
police in Atlanta, Ga., headquar-
ters of the Columbians, Atl mi .-
General Nathaniel Goldsteii
asked for available evidence con-
cerning the Columbians' opera-
tion in New York. The Atlanta
police head had said that the
group had chapters in New York,
Philadelphia and Gary, Ind., in
addition to the Georgia capital.
Four members of the Colum-
bians were arrested in Atlanta
while picketing a house purchas-
ed by a Negro from white own-
ers. Several days ago police avert-
ed a clash between members of
the Columbians and a group of
Jewish war veterans who attend-
ed a meeting of the pro-fascist
group.
Emery C. Burke, its president,
declared at the meeting that "the
fight has begun and we are going
to make it hotter and hotter until
you (the Jews) go back to the
Bronx, where you came from;
and I say one day we are going to,
march into the Bronx." Homer L.'
Lewis, secretary of the group,;
stated that the "Jews have nevei
taken the trouble to bee n i
American citizens in thi
that other people from Western
Europe have. They think only of
preserving the Jewish traditions,
the Jewish way of life and, worst
of all, Jewish bloodlines."
Veterans, church and legal
groups in Atlanta have condem-
ned the organization. Meanwhile.
Richard E. Gutstadt, national di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith Anti-
Defamation League, has revealed
here that his organization is keep-
ing "close scrutiny" on the Col-
umbians. He characterized the
movement as numerically insig-
nificant and composed of "vicious
youngsters led by even more vi-
cious men who are seeking to
gain national attention by com-
mitting acts of vandalism, creat-
ing public disturbances and at-
tacking defenseless Negroes.
M. A. Hornsby, Atlanta police
chief, expressed the belief that
5,000 Refugees
Expected Soon
NEW YORK. (JTAXAboui
5,000 displaced persons from the
An rican-occupied zone- in Ger-
y and Austi rei xpected to
reach the United States as quota
immigrants during November and
December, it was reported by Ed-
win Rosenberg, president of
, United Service for New Amer-
icans.
The new arrivals, of many na-
tionalities and all faiths, will still
leave the number of refugees and
displaced persons reaching here
in 1946 far below the 39,000 goal
set by President Truman and per-
mitted by the immigration laws.
Mr. Rosenberg said. Nevertheless,
he added, a maor effort will be
required by United Service for
New Americans, whose work is
supported by the United Jewish
Appeal, to provide for their wel-
fare, resettlement and adjustment
to American life.
SHAPIRO
Dr. Goldstein Reports
On Oxford Conference
First report to reach Miami
i on the interfaith conference
i held recently in Oxford. Eng-
land, will be given by Dr. Is-
rael Goldstein, past president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, during his visit here
next week.
Dr. Goldstein, who was an
official U.S. delegate to the
conference, will speak on "The
World Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews" at a luncheon
Tuesday. Nov. 19, at the Na-
tional hotel.
The event will be sponsored
by the Miami Round Table of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. Reserva-
tions may be made at the con-
ference office, 1010 Pan Amer-
the Columbians shoulder insignia,
a red lightning flash on a white
background, was copied from that
worn by a Nazi youth organiza-
tion in Germany.
Meanwhile, the Atlanta city at-
torney has ruled that any action
barter
mS com. from the state mstead
of fr im tl e city
p Uec. 27. chief, expressed me ""________________________________
Son Close HaTToniriiate * a h Two of his remark, tended to
Upit. ,.______..... .._ _i.:___j ihi ho and oth- IWO i ......_n ... this
Four hundred delegates from Florida, South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana are expected to
attend the ninth annual conference of the Southeastern region,
Zionist Organization of America, at Miami Beach Nov. 15
through 19, with headguarters
a' the National hotel. Conven-
tion hosts will be the Miami
Beach Zionist district of which
Jack D. Burris is president.
Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach
is convention chairman.
Highlight of the conference
will be a banguet at the Fleet-
wood hotel Monday evening,
Nov. 18, at which Dr. Israel
Goldstein, past president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
burris will be the prmcipai speaer.
In charge of the banguet is Matthew Silverstein of Miami Beach.
The parley will be formally opened at 3 p.m. next Friday
with the convening of the Inter-Regional Youth Commission of
which Robert M. Travers of Atlanta, Ga., is chairman.
Sabbath services will be held in the various Miami and
Miami Beach congregations, with special observance under the
direction of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical association.
An Oneg Shabbat will be held at the National hotel at 3 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 16, under the auspices of the Greater Miami
chapter of hadassah, of which Mrs. Abraham Goodman is
president.
; MAYOR TO WELCOME DELEGATES
j At 8 p.m. Saturday, Mayor Herb Frink will welcome the
' delegates and Burris and Shapiro will extend greetings. Abe
i Berkowitz of Birmingham, Ala., president of the region, will
deliver an address after which chairmen's reports will be
rendered by S. B. Benamy of Atlanta, treasurer; Jack M. Levy
I of Savannah, Ga., chairman of the administrative committee,
' and Adelburt Freedman of Atlanta executive director.
Discussion of the proposed constitution will be held Sunday,
1 Nov. 17, and will be led by Robert A. Persky of Augusta, Ga.,
1 chairman of the constitution committee.
The afternoon session will include reports on the Palestine
! situation with Marcy Kronsberg, vice president of the region,
i in charge. Veterans enrollment, public relations, Palestinian
' funds and election of officers will also be on the agenda.
Carl Alpert, managing editor of the New Palestine magazine,
will lead a panel discussion on press relationships at 4 p.m.
Sunday.
An elaborate youth program will highlight the Sunday eve-
ning events with Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director of the American
Zionist Youth commission, Scheduled as guest speaker.
JNF ON AGENDA
Monday morning's session will be devoted to the Jewish
National Fund, with Ike Abelson of Birmingham presiding.
Harold Stern of Nashville, Tenn., chairman of the regional JNF
' WTA E. GROSSMAN
*" Close doesn't like the
rh--'al, Sen. Claude Pepper,
Pwnegan, CPA, OPA, labor
f Marxism (which he be-
yranklin D. Roosevelt fol-
, Eur"pean influences on
*ment. Russia, bureau-
ugh taxes.
htVV the Republicans
lb,': Burton K- Wheeler,
|"ai was defeated for re-
T ?y \he "New York money
."skers and the Gold-
fcjN orator, Close let off
En* eal "team before
H0 Dlnni'r dub at the
Cm Club W^nesday
_* ;ae.rj0c'Persons attended.
R AUSsia the 8r<*t-
M Pt*"'d ^'w Dealism the
Ichtap,V^,k'_d:_'eferences to
Two of his remark? tended to
He claimed that he and oth- T thl
er topnotch" newsmen knew sn-vwc' He referred to
before th. "*/'"* ne suppression of an early
election that Franklin D. Roose < i' u_ScmiU,~ pamphlet
perpetrated on the Amencan nj ^ c
people. phStilwellintheOr.en.de-
Idyllic over the Republican vie- ,; that Ctaj^fS ques-
tory in Tuesday's elections, C Japan when Clos. P
oredicted that the new Congress t0 him.
wnf'declare peace to end war- ^ STKl
time controls; cut salaries of Fed that he hja
eral employers and get rid d ,, ked in ,.he toedpe
many of them, whom h ai He said there were eg" m
-p.id propagandists living g suppreSS such^^m.
propag
tax money;" readmi
tax money;' reila"''"-"~ ..nnc.
Wagner act so that it is not on.
sided" and write new laboi ien ........ r
lat'on. 'r -M-'ticle. the Flamingo Dm
Hitting OPA rent control, Close o tl at a" t
declared that landlords are no ei the clul
. ______.. tha
inn"* j
it*, fewish Floridian printed
'.' I JS5 Close's background
l fXLk FoUowing publication
last weeK. r ri:,,inffo Din-
l^wnment rmtrly led the mak,in? less moncy refused.)
BERKOWITZ
DR. GOLDSTEIN
committee, will render his report. The luncheon that day will
be dedicated to the American-Christian Palestine committee.
While the convention will formally close with the dinner
Mcvidav evening, delegates who remain through Tuesday will
be entertained by Miami Beach members at house parties,
fishing trips, sightseeing and boating.
workers.
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PAGE TWO
vjenisfi Meridian
FRIDAY
-,- r* l T> ~\ Louis Weinkles to Mark
Shalloivays Reside at tleacn Sls{ Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. I."ins Woinklc,
local residents since 1924, will
, ,.i( Drate tl i Ir 61st wedding an-
niversary this weekend with their
nine children and other close
relatives,
Their grandchildren, Mr. and
M.s. Jerome Weinkle, will be
h< sis ;ii ;i dinner party Saturday
night. Sunday afternoon a tea
will b| held al the Louis Wein-
kles' hi n e. In the < vening, their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and
Mrs, Leo A Chaikin, will hold a
dinner parly. The three affairs
i will l).' attended by members of
the family only.
Arriving from out-of-town for
: 11 lebration are three sons,
Jack W< inkle, i t Atlanta, (la ,
Leo Weinkle of Asheville, N.C.,
ai d Dr. 1 aac N. Weinkle, of New
York. The doctor's wife will ac-
company him. Also expected is
Leo Weinkle's son, Manuel, of
\ eville.
The Wrinkles' other sons, Carl,
\ ron, S I. Dr. Barney and Mose,
reside in Greater Miami.
At home at 848 Euclid ave., are Dr. and Mrs. C. Leon Shallo- -
way who were married Oct. 6 at Beth Jacob synaqoque with Nuptials Will Unite
Rabbi Moses Mescheloif and Cantors Maurice Mamches and | Miss Cooper, Mr. Katz
Louis D. Feder officiating. I
The bride, the former Bette Sir, is the daughter of Mr. and Miss Sylvia Coopei will mecome
Mrs. Harry Sir. Miami Beach, and her husband is the son of the bride ol Paul Katz at noon
Mrs. Jeanne Shalloway of Atlanta and Miami. Sunday in a ceremony to be per-
Miss Judith Hershbein of New York city, niece of the bride, 'by Rabbi Leon Kromsh u
. ., _____' ), uQrc^K.in ni his study at lempli- Beth Sholom
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Abe Hershbein ot a.,,,., .,,.,.,,,,K-.-, r,i,.U{>< ,
of New York, sister of the bride; Mrs. Abe Sir of Miami_Beach. ,,.,;,;,,,. wi .;lUlu|
ii -law; Miss Dorothy Sir of;
C ttanooga, Tenn., cousin; Miss HOLLYWOOD WOMEN
Birdj Kirshner of Miami Beach R1,nxj C/~c nn,vr
Mi Bernice and Jeannettc LAUNCH bOb DnIVL
Sir, t the bride, were
! ridi ;maids. Flower girl
was Mi s Dianf Shalloway of
I Worth, Fla., niece of the
I : idi gi oom.
Arthur Shalloway, brother of
the bridegr om, was best man.
Ushers were Abe Sir of Miami
Bead i of the bride; Ai
Hei b in I New York, brother- ,n th ..Ml.uninR of sos.-
of the bride; Herbert1
v.
Smullian of Jacksonville, Fla..
and Dr. Maurice Rich of Miami
Rii earer was Michael
S: allov aj i I Lake Worth, neph-
ew of the legi oom.
ati ly ; (lowing the cere-
i eption at th
nunity building. A dinner
and dam e was i I al the Tides
Rainbow room in the eve-
ning.
Dr. and Mrs. Shalloway left the
same evening on their honey-
(Speci.il to The Jewish Floridi.in)
HOLLYWOODA meeting to
launch the Hollywood SOS drive
was held Tuesday evening at the
J> wish C< mmunity inter. Mrs.
Ted J. Sorin, president of the
center's auxiliary, presided.
Mrs. Edwin M. Rosenthal, gen-
era] chairman of the drive, spoke
She
was introduci d I y Mrs, Louis J
Golden, SOS chairman I".' th<
Center.
Mrs. Rosenthal enumerated tin
various items of clothing, food-
stuffs and medical supplies urg-
ently needed for shipment to
destitute survivors in the war-
devastated anas of Europe,
Collection depot for thi
will be the Jewish Community
Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m,
nd
the dinner
a: ich will be held at the Fami us
Restaurant at 1 p.m,
Tl e in idi -elect, daughter rf
,: d Mi Saul Coop* r, 728 Jef-
c i-nil ave., attended schools in
New YOrk, Her fiance, son of Mr.
,n I Mrs Samuel Katz. 335 Wash-
ington ave., has been attending
Ihe University ol Miami since his
release from the Army He served
in the Philippines with the 31st
Infantry division.
Afur several weeks' honoy-
moon in West Palm Reach, the
c uple will result' at 728 Jeffer-
s n ave.
dailv except Saturdays and Sun-
same evening on ineir noney-
i.....n, during which they toured]
Florida and Georgia, spending a Persons wishing to have con-
week in Atlanta where they were tributions picked up may contact
feted by numerous friends. Upon (the Pick-Up committee, members
return to Miami Beach last
week. Mrs. Shalloway resumed
ate i I B. E. Bronston and Dr.
Shalloway opened offices for
practice of n.cdicine at 605 Lin-
coln rd., Miami Beach.
1 Beverly Flink Chooses
December Wedding Date
Mr. and Mrs. Barney S. Flink,
TOO 16th st.,'and formerly of Pro-
vidnce, R.I., are announcing the
ngagement of their daughter,
Beverly Nancy, to Henry Wcin-
traub of Providenc<.
Tl eir wedding will be solcm-
nized Dec. 26 at Beth Jacob con-
ation of which Miss Flink's
grandfather, Harry Wasserman.
founder and vice president.
Tin- bride-1 lect was graduated
from Miami Beach High school
and attended the University of
of which are Mrs. Dina Al lei
man, Mrs. Judith Bergman, Mrs
heVpositior u real'estate'assod"- Rose Block, Mrs. Anne Cohn. Mi
A. J. Diamond, Mrs. Jennie Gil
der, Mrs. Blanche Kleeman, Mrs
Philip Levine, Mrs. Ben Mazur,
Mrs. Jack Reiss, Mrs, Emanuel
Sacks, Mrs. Sol Sallan. Mrs,
Bi rtha Weinkrantz and
Rosenthal.
Mi
ior Hada sah, Her fiance attend-
ed New York schools and served
I armed fore* s for two years.
Tl e c uple will spend their
honeymoon in Nassau, Havana
and Hollywood. They will make
their home in Providmce.
For The Best
OAe. Jmo&uU GAe*t
REMEMBRANCE CARDS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Hand Made
Chocolates
CANDY FRUITS
By
FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX
(The Original)
WE PARCEL POST
from
COAST TO COAST
10 6. 12 S. E. Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Power 4 Light Co.
STRAND RESTAURANT
Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy
Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned
Washington Ave. at 13h Street Miami Beach
The Jewish Cultural Committee
PRESENTS
1946 1947 PROGRAM
Nov. 17SIDOR BELARSKY. Baritone
Dec. 22-MARGUERITE KOZENN. Soprano
JULIUS CHAJES. Pianist
Jan. 12BENJAMIN ZEMACH. Dancer
SVEE SCOOLER. Character Actor
Feb. 25"THE JEW ON THE WORLD SCENE"
Hayim Greenberg Rabbi James Heller
James W. Wise
All Events at Miami Beach Senior High School
1420 Drexel Avenue
SUBSCRIPTION $7.20 (tax included)
iU ,ShC''?-'uns ?,v?,Uable.'rom ;i" Jewish organization!
or the Cultural Committee off.ee. One Lmcoln Road
PARTIES IN MIAMI AND NEW YORK^
MISS MINTZER, MR. WOLFSON ON BETRr
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Miss Ethel Mintzer will leave Nov. 15 ior New Yoikwbi
her betrothal to Walter S. Wolfson of that city will be ion
announced at a reception Nov. 25, date ol his parents' 3s|
wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer. 1843 S. W. Ninth St., pom
of the bride-elect, will be hosts at a family party hona
the couple Saturday evening.
A graduate of Miami Senior Higli school, Miss
attended Miami Business college. She was a membeiofj
Beta sorority and the Miami Y.
Her fiance, who is now visiting in Miami, served fort
years in Europe with the Ninth Infantry division. Scndl
and Mrs. Barnett Wolfson of New York, he attended I
College of the City of New York and the Academy ol i
Arts. He will return to New York Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mintzer expect to attend the receptiraj
New York.
No date has been set for the wedding.
Home Receives Funds
Before Drive Opens
Funds for tht. Jewish Home for
the Aged are already coming in,
although the $75,000 campaign is
: ot fully under way, Judge Har-
i Id B. Spaet, president, an-
nounced at a special board meet-
ing this week.
Non-Jews as well as Jews are
imcoLn
U *' to-miumiu 1
OWN
TOUJM
suppi rtii drive, Hi
pun. campaign director, repi
He recalled that the !
ceivi (i it.- start from a $fl
bequest madi by a ron-Jej
Compl" tioi thi ..dditimw
Home at 335 S. W. 12th ave^
been di Lay< due to lack C
terials but the outlook is i
. Max Greenberg, bufl
committee chairman, stated. J
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CN 11 4J A M
AT THREE
.THEATRES
Tough Guy Dan Comes
From Scarlet Street .
To Step Out with a
Deb from Park
Avenue!
DAN DURYEA
ELLA RAINES
WILLIAM BENDIX
"White
Tie and
Tails"
EXTRAI
"THE SOVIETS'
NEIGHBOR"
In the New
MARCH OF TIME
9
'Math '}vla^\
Watches that loaf
on the job. need o|
GUARANTEED
WATCH
REPAliWI
Watch Faces Refill9
,o look Uke NEWI

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node County's best
, Community
Its rs-v-
; health and recrea-
i ., five per cent is set
r Ttv of having separate
fe^d to carry out the
ffonc : : campaign
Lifarc needs,
ameml encies serv-
lhan 60.000 individuals
s( rvices ranging
complet. l "f m:'ny
children, to consulta-
Jj advice to families and
in tr uble.
is the cam-
; man and
I
jdu;
C Coi
m general
,, oOOO volunteers will
13 oliciting divi-
npaign goal is about 12
boon as raised last
T T, i, was made
p xpansion of
I amity and rising costs.
ENDCONVENTION
I Bri nner and Mrs.
in Atlantic
will attend the
I convention
,N\. g to 12 is delegates of
I ti m.
Social Agencies Head
To Speak for MSL
Mrs. Ellen Whlteside, executive
director of the Dade County
Council of Social Agencies, will be
guest speaker at the installation
luncheon of the Miami Service
league at Victors Drum 12:30 p.
m. Wednesday.
Mrs. George Chertkof, fo
MSL president, will install Mrs.
Leon Kaplan as presidi nt; Mi
Norman Weisman and Mrs. Sam
Weissel, vice presidents; Mr E
ward Levinc, recording secretary;
Mrs. Jack Stone, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. William \v. l:
traub, treasurer.
Mrs. Murray Koven is honor-
ary president. Directors are I i
Mesdames Jean Silvern an, Ro e
Ginsberg, Leo Hohaust r, Maurice
Furman, Ann Pastrof, Sam B.
Miller, Macy Levinson, Herbert
Scher, Sadie Weinberg, ('
Rosengarten, Henry Green, Min-
na Lavine, Rhoda Marg lii .-. B. A.
Sterling, Alice Rabin. M
Sager and Rose Silv r.
Miss Charlotte Davis, fi rmer
USO pianist, will play a l
of Gershwin songs at the lunch-
eon.
JJtwMi rhridfan
PAGE THREE
Windows Defaced With Anti-Semitic Phrases
MIDDLE EAST IS TOPIC
FOR GABLES MEETING
The situation in the Middle
East as it relates to,world peace
will be discussed by Jchn B.
Keena at an Armistice Day meet-
ing at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center 8:15 p.m. Sunday at the
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
blvd., Sam Silver, president, an-
nounced this week.
A local insurance man, Keena
grew up in the Middle East and
travelled through Iran, Iraq, Pal-
estine and Syria with his father,
a missionary.
Adoption of by-laws and ap-
pointment of committees will be
made during the business session.
A social hour will follow.
Residents of Coral Gables are
invited to attend the meeting and
to enroll their children in the
Center Sunday school, Silver
stated.
Make
cold cuts
taste
Review to Highlight
Beach Hadassah Event
A review of Ernst Fi inkel-
Btein's "Justice fi i My Pi
will highlight the Youth Al
meeting of the Miami Bead Ha-
dassah Monday afternoon at the
National hotel. Edward Clark of
the University i f Miami will I e
guest reviewer.
Mrs-. Irving Lehrmar will de-
scribe Youth Aliyah to which Ha-
dassah dedicates its Novi ml
tivities. Mrs. Lehrman will be
introduced by Mrs. Milton
Youth Aliyah chairman. Fund'
raising by Minyonim will bi
cussed by Mrs. Rudolph Roths-
child. The program was am
by Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
The meeting will be
1:30 p.m. with the sen
freshments under the
Mrs. J. J. G' odman and Mrs. Ed
Friedman. Mrs. George G
span will preside in the ib enci
of Mrs. Abraham Goodman, presi-
dent.
When Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Stein arrived at their tailor shop,
139 N. E. Second st., last Friday morning, they found that
Hallowe'en hoodlums had soaped their windows with "damn
lews, kill the lews, curse all Jews." The Steins have operated
their store for the past seven years, have never before had a
similar experience.
with
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CHORUS TO SPONSOR
DANCE TOMORROW
Greater Miami Jewis I Ik
Chorus will sponsor a dam
urday evening at the IOOF ha 1,
N. W. Second ave. and Fourth St..
to increase support for its activi-
ties, Louis Powesky, conduct i
the choral group, announces
Mr and Mrs. Max Shlafrock
lead the ticket sales comm
Abe Davis and Harry Landa,
tenors, have rejoined the chorus
after their vacations. New mem-
bers include Joseph Sirbvu*
tenor; Lillian Berstein and Janet
Goldsmith, soprmos and Ma
rice Carroll, basso and reciti
Sholem Aleichem stories.
Kadimah Chapter To Temple Opens Nursery
Mark Anniversary ------
, ... Temple Beth Sholom nursery
ool for children between the
.,,. pa| ...... ted -' of three and one-half and
by the Kadi ptei when it fivi years will open Monday at
holds liree at 8 *"4 Chase ave.
p. n. 'I David Classes will be conducted from
.urn. 18:30 a.m. till noon Monday
p y pa ., "Earth through Friday. Transportation
Could] will be reviewed will be available at a nominal fee.
;v Mr. Mi ... pi, cultural The school offers a program of
man. Vocal selections will creative and educational play,
be rendered bj Mrs. Robert Arm- Registration may be made at
1 selections by the Temple office.
Mi Herbert 11. H ceil
piani.-t. Mrs. Fre I Sandier is in
I ents,
The Piomet W
their work part
I abilitation, i ducation and I
ing of rescued i rphaned children
who enti Palestire I
placed pi rsons camps in Eui >oe,
T: ousands of immigrant w
and girls are trained and adjusted
to t; eir new hi m< annually.
TURKEY DAY DANCE
Tickets are on sale for the
Thanksgiving dance to be given
by the Emma Lazarus chapter of
B'nai B'rith Nov. 23 at the Presi-
dent Madison hotel.
In charge of the dance are Miss
Ethel Pont, chairman, and the
Misses Toby Stcpkin, Rosalind
Simmons, Minna Simonson and
Lynn Warner.
YWCA Visits Synagogue
Rabbi Max Shapiro will ad-
dress a group of approximately
50 members of the University of
Miami Young Women's Christian
association when they visit Beth
David synagogue at 4 p.m. Mon-
day.
The rabbi will also be guest
speaker at the Coral Gables
Methodist church at 10:15 a.m.
Sunday.
VAIUTUl.
JL1Z
Tomato
Ketchup
Made from the
world's finest tomatoes,
rare spices and
fine vinegars.
CARD PARTY TO AID
VLADECK SANATORIUM
The Ladies' club of Workmen -
Circle Branch 699 of Miami is
pSng a supper, bingo and card
party for 5 p.m. Sunday at the
Home of Mrs. George Silver, 56fi
^^Joeeeds will be given to
the Vladeck Sanatorium
France which is caring
Kis Jewish orphans who es-
"RtcSb^setagoalofJ
tor the affair. **"
be made with Mrs. Silver. Tick.
are $1.25._________
Laibson Composition
To Be Published
A composition by Irving, La.b
son, Miami Beach pwr.is.^ v
published by the^NJfJjrk
of Shapiro and Bernsw
announced ^* .^.'turned from
Laibson recentl) retur
Manhattan where he MO
studying, arranging an o
t.on. He intends to JJ
erimental recital using
oub approach toward I
later In the leasoi t(
At present he is P annmg
teach advanced pupils m Pn0
MJOC SISTERHOOD TO
HOLD ANNUAL TEA
Annual membership tea of the
Miami Jewish <
eation Si terhood will b held at
. 59o S.W, 17th ave.,
1 p.n.. Tuesday.
Mrs. Emanuel K presi-
dent Sisterhood R
Murray Grauer and Harold
piro will S
Cantor Maurice M WU1
present vocal selections.
1 Mrs Leon H nig is chai
of the affair. Serving as h tesscs
with her will be the Mesdames I.
I Ku sn : rd Simon Mur
\- Shuln in, G Solmger,
sa\MfMarss
,. ,,, Rothenberg, Max Minw
WE WISH TO THANK OUR MANY FRIENDS FOR
THEIR KIND EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY DUR-
ING OUR RECENT BEREAVEMENT.
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS PEPPER
and Family

DANCE AND BUILD
THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS
l.O.O.F. Hall : N. W. 2nd Avenue & 4th Street
NOVEMBER 9th 8:30 P.M.
MUSIC BY LENNY FELDMAN & ORCHESTRA
ENTERTAINMENT REFRESHMENTS
Admission $1.00 (Including Tax)
Attends Student Meet
Hubert Gelt J*J
co.nfn5 student
is
. firs, conventioi
DAN ROTH
Announces the Openins of
in shop
627 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
OPENING SPECIALSI "HARD-TO-GET"
ITEMS CAN BE PURCHASED AT ROTH'S
AT POPULAR PRICES!
WHITE SHIRTS
ALL YOU WANT NO LIMIT
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VOLUME 19 NUMBER 45
Miami 18, Florida, Friday. November 8, 1946
CHESHVAN 14, 5707
FACE FACTS .
Anti-Defam0
COLUMBIAN BABY EOT CL1NIIC CARE FRDM B'
At 1:15 a.m. Saturday the quiet of the night blance to the "Brown 8K<
was broken by the harsh ringing of my tele- vious. ahl

WELCOME ZOA
We will be hosts next Friday to the Ninth Annual Conference
of the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Orqanization of
America. The Miami Beach Zionist district will welcome the
400 delegates from all over the South that are expected to attend.
A well planned and elaborate program is scheduled. A great
deal of effort has been expended in making these preparations
which foretell a conference that will be productive and enjoy-
able. It is no easy task to arrange the million and one details
necessary to a smooth, well-working convention. The Beach
district is to be commended for undertaking this task. Thouqh
the convention has not yet convened, we prognosticate a highly
successful gathering.
Of greater consideration is the program of Zionist activity
to be placed before the delegates. The esteemed national fig-
ure. Dr. Israel Goldstein, past president of the ZOA, will grace
our community with his presence, as will other outstandinq
leaders. They will bring us an insight into the Palestine scene
so fraught with high pressured diplomacy and ever changing
maneuvers.
We feel sure that our distinguished leaders in the Zionist
cause will emphasize the need for a continued and expanded
program of Zionist education. They will stress the necessity for
added numbers to insure the strength of the Zionist cause. The
delegates will take this message and other important informa-
tion to be gained from the sessions to their respective commu-
nities. We feel confident they will accept the challenge the
Zionist program presents. Our community can feel compli-
mented that it will be the point from which will go forth leaders
dedicated to increased devotion and intensified efforts to Zion-
ism and the establishment of a National Jewish Homeland.
At 1:15 a.m. Saturday the quiet of the night
was broken by the harsh ringing of my tele-
phone. Answering it, I received a veiled
threat from an anonymous caller who said he
was a member of the Columbians. With
characteristic shyness or is it cowardliness
he did not divulge his identity.
Let us examine this new organization which
claims it is the Savior of the white race.
Columbians Incorporated should be familiar
to my readers. This new group received na-
tion-wide publicity a week ago when three
young hoodlums severely beat up a Neqro
boy. Further gang-like activities which its
members thought represented courageous ex-
hibitions of "White Supremacy" brought about
the arrest of four leaders of the organization
in Atlanta. Our papers carried the picture
of these youthful leaders wearing uniformed
shirts reminiscent of Hitler's "Brown Shirts"
and an insignia remarkably resembling the
swastika, though bent into the shape of a
lightning bolt.
The resemblance goes still further when
we consider the objectives of the Columbians.
Not satisfied with the methods our local
police are employing for the maintenance
of law and order, the Columbians feel that
their members should exercise the police
power and "protect whi'e Anglo-Saxons from
the Negro." The organization, however, is
hostile to the Jews, and again the resem-
________________TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
blance to the
ous.
The hate-spreading acliv:(-o ~"
terrorist group i. recefc^JJlj**>
duly constituted law L?" a^u
Moreover, our newspar^*^
fleeting public opinion^ j
crediting this group, ft KSSH
organization will die ahoL^011'
Americans are much better *p ?
detect these crackpot, IS*
he well being of our ZSfc
There is one Ironic touch toZ.
Columbians. The other day *?
a picture of the l*moZ?$H
member of the anti-Jewish SB
corporated. This little girl was S
Columbian regalia Z>**A
KS& T insigr,The aA
it is that this same little girl and S1
have been regular patrons at the Z
clinic operated by the women of B'
Atlanta. Furthermore, this little
ur.di
nca]
miss, al
ite at the clinic, was pictured on pc
October issue of the National Jewish I
It is interesting to note that an exa
of the two pictures reveals that at the I
the little child appears healthy, clean c
cared for. In the recent newspaper W1
after the mother had neglected to <|j
child to the clinic, apparently because |
occupation with the Columbians, the chi
pears dirty, unkempt and wan.
Mildly, Confidential
(Copyright, 1946, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
BEARS WATCHING
After considerable difficulty we were able to secure coverage
of Upton Close's dinner appearance here Wednesday. While
the affair was a private one, intrusion was arranged through
the officers of the Flamingo Dinner club, sponsors of the affair.
It seems the well-known commentator had been forewarned
of our presence and of the pressure exerted here last week by
Jew and non-Jew to cancel his appearance. Making an ex-
cellent impression upon his receptive and sympathetic audience,
the commentator counted and studied his every word. With
his audience in the palm of his hand, Close viciously upbraided
the New Deal with an excellent command of oratory and in-
flection. A polished and forceful speaker, Close adeptly steered
clear of his anti-remarks which have earned for him his ignomini-
ous reputation.
Watching the speaker rather closely during his remarks, we
could easily distinguish the potential damage this individual
<:ould wield if allowed to go forth spewing messages of hate
His background in the record. Close's affiliations and con-
nections all bear watching. An alerted people must be on guard
to avert recurrences wherein bigots have caused irreparable
damage when allowed to go unchallenged.
FORESIGHT
The University of Miami announced cancellation of a foot-
ball game with Penn State. In a carefully worded letter the
president of the local institution advises that the inclusion of
several Negroes in the Penn lineup prevented the contest from
being staged. A similar incident also occurred this week in
the West.
True thinking Americans will not be too prone to condone
this action even though the practical problem as approached
by the prexy has its weak merits.
We are aggravated by the poor management that books
games without sufficient thought as to subseguent action. It
creates an agitation that flames the hate dissension and lack of
understanding that unfortunately already exists. Why not more
foresighl than hindsight?
Stanley Myers Calls CJFWF Assembly
MEW YORK (JTA)The 1947
General Assembly of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
\are Funds will be held from Jan
31 to Feb. 3 at the Ambassador
Hotel in Atlantic City, Stanley C.
Myers, Council president, an-
nounced this week.
Among the subjects which the
program committee has under
consideration are the basic prob-
lems, purposes and structure of
Jewish community organization;
a cemprehensive analysis of Jew-
ish needs and programs in Europe
and Palestine; fund-raising and
budgeting for 1047 local, national
and overseas n< i-<\>. both current
and capital; major trends in Jew-
ish cultural life; community rela-
tions and civic-protective activi-
ties, national and local; proposals
for establishing c lieges, uni-
versities and professional schools
under Jewish auspices, and cur-
rent trends .in Jewish social serv-
ices, including programs for tl i
aged, youth, children, the needy
and the chronically ill.
The Rogge report carries som<
revealing sections on the radio
priest, Father Caughlin. Hit
agent, Leo T. Reardon, was a te-
te-a-tete with von Ribbentrop at
Berlin in 1939. .
Victor Riesel, New York Post
columnist, reports the following
quotation. "Probably most of
then (thi Jews) suffering from
their persecution at the hands of
Nazis, are ommunist sympathiz-
ers. The mere arrival of 50.000
Jews into the U. S., even if they
were not subversive, would far
the fascist organizations like thi
Klu Klux Klan into activity" .
That's pretty raw anti-Semitism,
isn't it? The quotation i>
fiom a leaflet distributed at the
recent A.F. of L. convention by
"Uncle Dan" Tobin, president ol
tile International Brotherhood of
Teamsters. 'Uncle Dan' owes
the nation, as well as labor, an
apology," says Mr. Riesel, "We'll
keep the spotlight on him until
he apologizes!" So we will. .
MISCELLANEOUS .
Gem ral Mark Clark, who is 6
ft 4 in. tall couldn't find civilian
clothes on his recent visit to New
York He saw the Big Town in-
ci gmtogged in an outfit borrowed
from Bernard Baruch. .
Aral) delegates to the United
Nan r.s requested that their pol-
ice bodyguards be non-Jewish. .
What are the shieks afraid of? .
Or is it a case of guilty con-
science. .
Myron Sulzberger's Republican
opponent. Fred Coudert, Jr., ask-
ed in a debate: -'While I was in
the (New York State) legislature.
-/.at was my opponent doing? .
Sulberger's devastating rejoind-
er: "I was with the Marinesat
Bougainville". .
Metropolitans are eating "lox"
with their fingers. Local bagel
bakers are on strike. Medicos re-
port that Theodore G. Bilbo ha:
.i dangerous mouth infection. You
Said it. doctor! .
PREDICTION .
Drew Pearson deserves lots
of credit for ihe thorough ex-
posure of Senators Bilbo's war
contract gouging. But we
predict that if "ill-health"
doesn't prevent Bilbo from ap-
pearing for his seat at all, he'll
be refused. Not because of
tion in the Mississippi Demo-
cratic primaries. .
BROADWAY GOSSIP. .
Foreign Commissioner Molotov
says his father went to school
with Al Jolson's father in Rus-
sia. Asked why "Sonny Boy"
isn't in "The Jolson Story" pic-
ture, Al explained that it was cut
out after a Hollywood preview at
which the great sentimental bal-
lad jerked so many tears that the
audience couldn't see the rest of
the picture. .
Benny Goodman celebrates his
tenth year as King of Swing and
is America's most generous band
leader. Rumors are trading
Hank Greenbcrg to MacPhails'
Yankee Bronx Bombers Gert-
rude Goldberg, of the radio
"Goldberg Family," returns to
the ether with a junior miss show.
. Old Roumania, a very Kosher
nite-spot, features an O'Reilly, a
McNamara and a Quinlan in its
chorus line. .
Trades Groupij
Aid Y Drive
Trades divisions of tr<
Y's $300,000 building lu-UJ
went into action this weekp
lowing a special gifts dJ
I runch at the Raleigh hotel|
day.
Samuel A. Rivkind. Kai
of the campaign, announced!
SI20.nihi run raised tof
The drive will conclude Sol
to make way for Con
Chest solicitation.
Heading the trades divisid
Ben Ciller, Ike Fox, E. R.1
nenbaum, apartment hcusesj
William H. Bernstein, Dr.
dorc Bennan, Lou Fleis
physicians; Dr. Herbert Fen
allied health fields; Archie!
Leo Michclson, fruit shippesj
Irving FrankeLNatEl
Sam Bast, Theodore Rubin,]
division; Dr. William H.
stein. Han Id Turk, prolo
division; George J. BermanJ
Eisenstein, rial estate dii|
Isadore Aronovitz, haberda
Edward Marx, laundry andj
cleaners; Archie Brick,
Lefkowitz, Philip Salmon,!
Winterfield, merchants.
his war contract activities, but
tor his use of racial inlimida-
SURPRISE SETTLEMENT OF ttfiEl
Behind the news of "Operation Land." largest single coj
ing move undertaken by the Jewish Agency in Palestine wej
number of young Americans, it was revealed this week.
Early in the morning of Oct. 6, 1,000 chalutzim beganM
with machines and materials to prearranged sites to Deg J
work of founding 12 new settlements in the southern j
Palestine, known as the Negev. J
Part of this group of 700 men and 300 women *er* TJ
members of the Hashomer Hatzair, labor Zionist you -j
meni. Many were veterans. They established the n
(collective settlement) namedi.------------
Benayah near the Arab village
of Yasur.
In a Jewish Telegraphic Agency
dispatch from Jerusalem dated
Oct. 7, it was reported that the
settlements, which were built at
a cost of $3,000,000, including the
price of kind purchased by the
Jewish National Fund, were con-
structed in an area which the
British had planned to use for
military bases.
Construction was planned and
carried out with utmost secrecy;
and within one day the settle-
ments were founded. They will
be of strategic importance in the
< vent of future plans for parti-
tion.
The American participants had
been trained for nine years in
and co
llectivc
i
agricultural nuu -
t.^ young p<*p'<:ol;;3
and 30 yea,.-, were co lie**!
ates and profess>ona J
before they tag
M pioneers. Some the
were am
rk
JewLhlVigade^;
and rehabilitation nrl
the refugees.
Tne ft* ^*V*
Palestine in OctoberI*
but* AUy-h tffjfi
group to go to r*
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JJy, NOVEMBER 8.
1946
feft^1* ST4!
Li Hebrew School
K D,oWKh was elected
f- f the Miami Hebrew
Pid nH Junir Congregation
Kaya night to suceed Myron
rnrcvMich will serve with
K i! Becker, Mack Apfel-
P Sam Rosenblum, vice
h ^- Jack Stone treasurer;
Ke Ikincl, recording secre-
ttfS- Coulton, cor-
PALESTINIAN HERE
TO AID HABONIM
Moshe Zamir of Palestine ar-
rived here Friday to aid in further
organization of the local Habonim
labor Zionist youth group He
will remain hero for a month.
Zamir was principal speaker at
a Balfour Day celebration spon-
sored by the Hahonn,, Sunday
night at Beth David synagogue.
Habonim, which moots Sunday
evenings at the Boach y, spon-
sors Hebrew classes for members
at Beth David. Recent activities
included an outing and an Oneg
Shabbat. Discussions i f labor
Zionism follow the business meet-
ings each week.
Officers are Harold Rb,.|
rosh macheneh; Bea Shapoff'
maskira (secretary); Yvette Mar-
gulics, gisboret (treasurer); Mir-
iam Feit, Marty Mart. 1. Jose-
phine Bcrman, members of the
hanhaga (executive board).
Advisors are Mr. and Mrs Nat
Breen and Ted Rubel.
Although the group now has a
wide age range, the youngest
members being 15 year,, Rubel
said that two divisions are be-
ing planned. Boniin will be for
members of 15 through 17 years
and Noar, for young adults. Or-
ganization of youngei boj and
girls is also being undertake n.
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B'nai B'rith Women
Slate Member Tea
B'nai Brith Women of Miami
and then- friends will attend a
mombc;sh,,> tea a, the ,lomc
Goldie Welcher, 1808 Gra-
nada blvd., at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Jewish Cemetery Group
Elects A. Pepper
A. Pepper was elected presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery association in an elect-
ion held Monday evening.
Elected with him were H. Was-
serman, vice president; Sidney H.
Palmer, recording secretary; Mrs.
II. M. Kagan, financial secretary;
II. Mechlowitz, treasurer.
Mr. Pepper announced that he
will donate a set of greens for the
h cemetery in memory of
'is wife who died several weeks
H, M. DREWICH
_ndir.fi secretary, and Dave
toe. financial secretary.
few members of the board of
Mtors are E. L. Becker, Sam
ank, Mrs Nat Blumberg, B.
Iris,' Herbert Feldan, Mrs. Fel-
LD. Goldfarb. Herschel Glantz
jacobskind, Sam Kostoff,
kKostoff, Mrs. Sarah Stone,
I ar, Milton Weiner, Mrs.
t'Stor.p, Mrs. E. A. Moss, Mrs.
jr;s Ofsowitz, Joe Rutansky,
Cunin Sokoloff, Mrs. Sokoloff.
Jfficcrs and directors will meet
It.-. Miami Y Monday evening
lormulate plans for the year.
| Community Concerts
council of Miami Beach
rsed the Beach Vs Commu-
j:concert project as tickets for
Jstries went on sale this week.
rseries which will open Dec. 2
feature Foothght Favorites
rtet; Iva KiU hell, dancer; Ray
pianist: Bidu Sayao, so-
li; Joseph Fuchs, violinist.
Ruth Brotman to Sing
At Marine Concert
Ruth Brotman, soprano, ac-
companied by Anyuta Melii
the piano, will be guest artist at
the Marine Corps concert Sunday
evening at the Blackstone h< tel.
Night clubs and theatre will
contribute to the program. Pro-
ceeds will go toward the Cardiac
and Mercy hospitals.
MRS. SAM H. GOLDMAN
' Max Bi; gman, mi mbership
' will be in i
the affair.
Mrs. Sam II Goldm; |
dent, will welcome the gui
T e B'nj B'ril Girls council will
I -Hi a musical .-kit. Mi
I n, M m if the
SOS over-
.: will speak
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rman for thi B'l ai B'lith
W in ii. will report on i
tion depots which is opi i
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medical, and convalescent cases
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
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Hi is week in tho southwest sec-
tion. Mrs. Harold Rand has ar-
ged the program.
Pi in Icon European families have
seen "adopted" by the organiza-
tion which sends three boxes of
food and a carton of clothing to
Family every month to aug-
ment the minimum rations pro-
vided by government and relief
cies. The project, headed lo-
cally by Mrs. Burnett Roth, is
part or B'nai B'rith's national
work in conjunction with the
Joint Distribution committee.
TWO JEWS KILLED
IN ARAB ATTACK
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Two
Jews were killed at dawn on
Sunday and nine injured, three
of them seriously, when a group
of Arabs attacked a party of set-
tlers who had begun establish-
ing a new colony in the Huleh
area of northern Palestine, near
Kfar Blum. Two Arabs were also
killed and one injured.
The attack began when the
Arabs fired at the settlers who
had started ploughing the land
and erecting buildings. A battle
lasting more than an hour ensued
and peace was not restpred until
the arrival of troops and police.
The dead men, one of whom was
a member of the Jewish settle-
ment police, are Shlomo Ben
Yehuda, 8, and Itzhak Ben Tov,
18.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Balfour Declaration
To Be Brunch Theme
The Balfour declaration will be
the theme of the program during
a brunch which will be sponsored
by Junior Hsdassah at noon Sun-
day in the Nail mal hotel
Rabbi David Raab of Ft. Laud-
erdale will be guest speaker am!
Marion Cohen will sing Pales-
tinian folk songs. Miss Natalie
Frankel, president, will receive
the guests with the chapter's ad-
visors, Mrs. Alex Van Straaten
and Mrs. Jar.don Schwarz. Miss
Eilcen Cowen and Miss Florence
Stein have arranged the program.
In charge of the brunch is Miss
Arlenc Rose, assisted by Miss
Kcsalyn Drosd, decorations;
Selma Lewis, hospitality;
Doris Shapiro, invitations;
Gladys Tipper, telepl
Shirley Pardo, publicity;
Deris Albin, reservations.
Miss Frankel, who is vice presi-
dent of the Southeastern region
of Junior Hadassah and a mem-
ber of the national board, and
Miss Hilda Schwartz, recording
secretary < f the local chapter,
will be delegates to tin- national
convention. Nov. 28 to 30. in At
!,.ntic City.
Miss
Miss
Miss
Miss
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SHOLEM LODGE TO SEE H EXHIBIT
Oysher Concert Set
The famous actor, M o ishe
Oysher, will appear in person ;it
a c inert Sunday, Dec. 15th, at
Miami Beach High school. Oysher
as been acclain ed by the Amer-
ican critics a- the Jewish. Caruso.
He has playi d the titli roles m
lassical films "The Cantor's
Son," "Yonel the Blacksmith,"
"Song of C,l ry." He also had a
:; ; arl in thi Amei ican
film, "Song of Ru
This will be the first local per-
sona] appearance of the actor-
. \v: o is now cantoi in one
of the largest synagogues in New
York.
George J- Talianoff,
Florida regional direc-
tor of the Anti-Defama
tion league, will discuss
the oi sanitation's work
i, mbatting bigotry
at the special ADL
right meeting to be
hi Id bv Shokm lodge.
B'nai B'rith, 8:15 p.m.
Tue day at the Elks
hall. 0 N. E. Third ave
A preview of a new
Frank Sinatra motii n
picture will he shown
and special recordings
will I < played. Marx
Ft ml ng will lead com-
munity singing "I
-Songs of Friendship."
An xh.ihit f ADL work
will be on display.
Isaac Levin, chairman
oi the nominating com-
n ittee, will bring in a
slate of officers for
1H47.
B'nai B'rith Women
are invited to attend the
prog r a m. A similar
ADL nigl t was held by
i i Beach B'nai B'rith
Tuesday night.
Mrs. Weintraub to Be
Sisterhood Speaker
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub,
prominent in Dade county civic
affairs, will be guest speaker at
the annual membership tea to be
given by the Sisterhood of Beth
Jacob congregation 2 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the hpme of Rabbi
and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, 711
Lenox ave.
A graduate of the University of
Miami, Mrs. Weintraub is a past
president of the Dade County
SOMBER I
AZAB0y l0
At Annual Service
Annual AZA
held at thn u; J"VlCe *J1 1
Rabbi irvin
pi each on "Th.V;i man
lrt Trials of,.
On State Committee
Milton We iss and Stanley C.
Myi rs are among Dad< ecu: ty
U adi rs nan I by Gov. Millard F.
Caldwell to I elp promote a state-
wide | to control and pre-
vent delinquency.
Zionist Office Open
At Convention Hotel
Offices of the Miami Beach
Zionist district were moved to
the National hotel 1677 Collins
ave.. this week in preparation
for the southeastern regional
convention next week. Jack D.
Burris. president, announced.
Through the courtesy of Ed-
ward J. Singer, operator of the
hotel, a room has been set aside
in the lobby for the district.
Miss Roslyn Kivel is serving as
secretary.
Telephone number of the
office is 58-3311. The hotel will
be convention headquarters.
Beth Jacob Services
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
speak on the theme "A Child Is
|b< it." at adult Sabbath services
Ial 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Beth
,! ib congregation.
Intermediate services f< r teen
Lehn
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dered Jew."
Participant* in n,
man, H,.r|)P,t K /-"ry
jack pia"' MoVa
raham Friedman JftS
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Adult Saturday ,etv,
scheduled f,lr I^T**!
rabbi wiU disciiVa
Portion 0f lhc fa *
iregation will meet at'i '
Jack
Burris, president a
Miami Beach Zionist distrii
J* Bu. I speaker at \vt
BBG-R. Mitzva break!
m. Sun
The Young Peoples m
meet 8:30 p.m. Monday
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MRS. JACK HIRSCH
Federation of Women's clubs. She
si i ved as head of the local de-
fense council during the war.
Mrs. Irving Genet, graduate of
the Peabody Conservatory of
Music in Baltimore, will play
several selections on the piano
,. youtl will be at !> a.m. under'Community singing, led by Can-
the supervision of the hoard of tor Louis D. Feder will follow.
jducation Mrs. Jack Hirscb, president of
, ;n _,. the Sisterhood, will welcome the
June r congregation will nwct ... ,
a, 10 a.m. with Max Bertman of "<** Toohnicolor f.lr,,s will be
the faculty as superintendent. >> Formal inturiucti.nof
" ; __ '.,,,,,,..,,,, new members will be followed by
'";, JT& > h wl ; a B social hour around the samovar
of the kiddush oi those who at Kr and
tend vouth services.
ATTENTION
Dr. ILL a
Chiropodist and Foot
Specialist
Formerly of Roney Plaaj
Whitman Hotels
Is Now At
the late Dr. Fannie Ro
Office
1424 N. W. 7th Amiw|
Hours 11 to 4 P.M.
Evenings lor Appointn
Telephone 3-4016
DELINQUENCY IS TOPIC
Mincha at 5 p.m. will b, f< I-
lowed by Shalos Sudos at which
the rabbi will speak on the por-
tion of the week. Maariv will be-
at 5:45 p.m. Saturday.
S. J. FREEDMAN
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St.. Micani Beach
Between Col'ini & Wain. Avd.
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues and Private Use.
Also for Hebrew Schools.
D*"IB0 131B
Telephone 5-1017
Rabbi David Raab will conduct
i : vices and pi I aeh on "I toes
Religion Make Any Difference?"
at Ft. Lauderdale's Temple
Emanu-El at h p.m. this eve: ii g,
A new feature of the service is
congregational singing.
Ral bi Raab attended the Fli r-
ida Probation and Parole associ-
ation's annual conference at the
Governors club this week and in
his sermon he will discuss the
confen nee and evaluate the role
of religion in combatting delin-
quency.
MacVICAR TO SPEAK
I. D. MacVicar, newly-elected
Dade county c< n missioner, will
be guest speaker at the B'nai
B'rith Sholem lodge luncheon at
12:15 p.m. today in the Down-
town Club restaurant, Seybold
bldg.
Mrs. Rose Weiss will preside.
Mrs. Abe Loskove is in charge
of arrangements, assisted by tin
Mesdamcs Irwin Makovsky, Ben-
jamin Feld, Eugene Weiss, Louis
Ebenstein, Anna R. Berow, Sam
Schachno, Sidney Greenwald,
Louis Makovsky and Rose Hayes.
TWO ARE HOSTESSES
AT BENEFIT DINNER
Mrs, P. Gavin and Mrs. Sarah
Abrams were hostesses at a Hah
dinner and card party Oct. 29 at
their home. 1528 S.W. 10th st.
DorMs to Be Hosts to A substantial sum was raised
for the Jewish National rund and
Beach Reading Circle ithe Child Rescue Fund of the
Mr. and Mrs A. M. Dorff, 947! Pioneer Women's organization
Lenox ave. will be hosts to the
Beach Reading circle at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday.
club number one.
Miss Frances Cooper, president
of the Business and Professional
Survival of the Jewish people Women's division of Hadassah,
t: rough the ages is due to then spoke on the work of chalutzim
being "Am Hasafer" a nation of j in Palestine and Mrs. Henry Seit
the book, A. Liebman said in a
talk to tit group last week.
Mr. Dorfl read and commented
on a pi rtion of the Bible at the
opening meeting. Mrs. Matilda
Rattner presided.
Meltings of the circle are open
to the public.
lin, president of club number one,
spoke on JNF.
The hostesses were assisted by
Mrs. Gershon August.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Jos-
Edelheit, 3084 Indiana st., Co-
conut Grove, will take place at
2 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Sinai cem-
etery. Rabbi Murray Grauer will
officiate. Arrangements are in
charge of Sidney II. Palmer of
the Miami Monument company.
Friends and relatives arc asked
to attend.
Temple Camera Club
To Meet With Teacher
Newly organized Temple Cam-
era club will meet at 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the studio of E. Allen
Beker, 5565 La Gc rce dr.
Becker, former professional
photography teacher in Balti-
more, is temporary chairman of
the group which is sponsored by
the Temple Beth Sholom Men's
club.
Colored slides will be used at
the meeting, Becker said. He has
converted his two-story garage
into a photographic studio.
Membership in the club is
open to the general public.
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Two Join Bridal Procession
PAGE SEVEN
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MRS. GBITZ ^
is Miriam Shafi and Milton L. Weinkle will exchange vows
.ceremony planned for Dec. 22. Announcement of their
Lmenl is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaft.
[& W. 16th ter. Mr. Weinkle is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
key 0. Weinkle, of 4120 Pine Tree dr. _________
[ ;: will be attended by
CARDIAC GROUP PLANS
MEMBERSHIP TEA
A membership tea will be
held in conjunction with the
regular monthly meeting of the
Dade chapter. National Child-
ren's Cardiac Home, Wednes-
day afternoon at the Wofford
hotel, Miami Beach, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Gertrude
Lachs, president.
Musical selections will be
given by Herbert Silver, ac-
companied by Mrs. Silver.
Mrs. Lachs urged members
to attend and to bring a new
member.
Refreshments will be served.
Kronish Sets Sermon
"Peace of Mind in a World of
will be Rabbi Leon Kro-
, nosh's sermon topic during Fri-
day evening services. 8:15 p.m.
this evening,
Mrs. Irving Rothman and Mrs.
Leon Ell will be hostesses at the
Oni(> Shabbat following the serv-
ice.-.
Herman Greenglass, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Greenglass will
become Bar Mitzva at services
Saturday at 10:45 a.m.
MISS SHAFF
WRITER TO DISCUSS
BRITISH ATTITUDE
sister, Bella, as maid of
L and sister, Sylvia.
L smaid, Tl i Misses Leslie
I :. (Instein and
fcNade] will also be brides-
Stanley Weinkle will be
I man for hi bri ther. Fred
|:c,.. Kenni tl Lipman, Stan-
issmar. and Isadora Mayers
ushers. David Kaplan
ringbearer and Carolyn
, flower girl.
I graduate ol Miami Senior
) school. Miss Shall attended
Miami Conservatory of Music
was a men I er of Tri Beta
rty. Her fiance is a student
mory university school of
istry in Atlanta, where the
! will reside until his grad-
i in Jure. Mr. Weinkle is
idtnt of Alpha Omega dental
pity and past president tl
lEpsilonPi social fraternity,
rved thn e years in the
ilTZ-KAY
Sunday afternoon
Beth Sholom.
The bride, daughter ol Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Joseph Kay. 421K*
Collins ave., is the former Shirley
Jane Kay. She was attended by
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Marian
Kay, New York, as matroi I
honor The bridegro m's niece,
Miss Marcia Rae Friedberj
Harrisburg, Pa., was maid ol
honor.
Irving Jay Friedberg of Har-
risburg was best man for his
brother-in-law. who is the son of
Mrs. Annie Gritz of Harrisburg
and Miami Beach.
Mrs. Gritz attended New V rk
university and studied voici
New York. Her husband attended
Northwestern university and was
graduated from Dickinson col-
lege, Carlisle, Pa. He is a mem-
ber of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity
and is now on terminal leave
from the Army engineers.
The couple will reside in Har-
risburg and Miami Beach.
"The English Labor Govern-
ment and the Jews" is the topic
.: lecture to I"' givi n at the
---------------- j Miami Y, 8:30 p.m. Wi i
at Temple UI>der the sponsorship of the
| W o r k men's Circle Vladeck
Branch 699 and th< I. lies' club.
Ask End of KKK Charter
Seeking to have the Ku Klux
Klan charter revoked in Florida,
the Dade County Civil Rights
Council has sent a resolution to
Gov. Millard F. Caldwell, Attor-
ney Genual Tom Watson and
Secretary of State R A. Gray. It
was signed by Andrew W. Gott-
schall, chairman.
a honej trip to the
t coast and Mexico, are Maj.
|Mrs, Sidney Gritz who were
Tied by Rabbi Leon Kronish
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j Middle-Aged Lady
| Wishes to Share Her Apart-
j menl with Another Lady.
Southwest Section
Call 3-033 0
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PINCUS SCHWARTZ
Guest speaker will be Pin us
I Schwartz, writer and lecturer,
I who was active in the Polish cul-
tural movement.
Admission will be 50 cents per
person. The lecture Wednesday
will be first in a scries to be
sponsored by the two groups.
^Jewisli florid iar
extends to
Clubwomen of Greater Miami
A SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY
TO EARN FUNDS
for their
DONOR LUNCHEONS
OR FAVORITE CHARITIES
PHONE 2-1141
or write
FUND CONSULTANT
Care ol The Jewish Floridian
Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida
Calling Garment Mfgrs.,
Laundries Cleaners, Tailors
Dressmakers!
BUTTONS
For All Purposes
PRESSING ROOM SUP-
PLIES, HANGERS, PINS,
NEEDLES, SCISSORS,
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Phone 2-5590
FLORIDA SUPPLY CO.
162 W. Flagler Street
Aged Home Residents
To Be Entertained
The porch of the new addition
to the Jewish Home for the Aged
will be the scene of an entertain-
ment program 7:30 p.m. Sunday
for residents of the Home.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
speak and Cantor A. Friedman
will sing. Mrs. Gustave Swarz,
wife of the Home's architect, will
present several vocal selections,
accompanied by Mrs. Jennie Ka-
mern.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gins-
burgh will be hosts in honor of
their daughter Sophia's recent
marriage to Henry Bear.
The public is invited to attend
and inspect the new quarters at
S. W. 12th ave. and Fourth st.
FRATORITY ELECTS
Newly elected officers of the
Temple Beth Sholom Fratority
are Harold Jacobs, president;
Aaron Aronoff, vice president;
Marion Richheimer, correspond-
ing secretary; Eileen Cowen, re-
cording secretary; Leonard Kol-
tun, treasurer.
DOUBLE ROOM FOR RENT
WITH PRIVATE FAMILY
IN MODERN HOME
Kitchen Privileges
3070 N. W. First Street
Telephone 4-1971
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FOOTBALL
TONIGHT!
U. of M.
(Hurricanes)
vs.
M. U.
(Of Ohio)
KICZOFF ... 8:15
In Orange Bowl
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ersonally <$peaKing
Seems as it everyone is mov-
ing these daysor at least
looking for a place to live. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Orovitz are in
their new home on Meridian
ave. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis are calling the Braznell
apartments, 4300 Collins ave.,
their home Mr. and Mrs. N.
Douglas Raff have moved to
their new home on Lakeview
dr., Miami Beach Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro are mak-
ing their home at the Esplanade
apartments on 16th st. .
Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A.
Zwitman and sons, Joseph and
Michael, are now in an apart-
ment on Normandy Isle .
Mr. and Mrs. William Stone
are residing at 910 monterey,
Coral Gables, following his re-
cent release from the armed
forces. Mr. Stone, who saw
service in Iceland, is associated
with his uncle, Wm. D. Singer,
in Stone's Liguor stores and
Royal Castle grills .
Miss Phyllis Kaminsky, who
has spent the past few seasons
at Miami Beach, was married
Wednesday to Robert Samuels
in Johnstown, Pa. The couple
expect to honeymoon here this
winter. She is a sister of Mrs.
Amos Benjamin .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osher-
of, of Newark, N. J., arrived
here last week from Boston,
Mass., where they had spent
the summer. Annual winter
visitors, they are the parents
of Mrs. Edward Moore, 948 S.
W. Third st. .
Mrs. Charles Greenfield and
her daughters, Miss Lola
Greenfield and Mrs. Albert Sei-
den, flew to Boston where Mrs.
Seiden will undergo an opera-
tion Mrs. Morris Pepper is
spending two weeks in New
York Back from a Northern
jaunt is Raymond Bain .
Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Adelman returned
from Cuba Monday night after
spending a few days in Ha-
vana Staff Sgt. and Mrs.
Murray Schulman are expected
home from North Carolina this
weekend. Sgt. Schulman was
recently discharged from the
Army medical corps ... Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Werman,
1301 Alton rd., have returned
from Brooklyn where they spent
the summer .
Mrs. Mitchell Reiner returned
from New York this week. She
attended the unveiling of a
monument in memory of her
mother, the late Mrs. Lena Ber-
man, of Brooklyn, Sunday in
Peramus, N. J. A number of
rabbis attended the ceremony.
Mrs. Berman was president of
the Mishnais club in Brooklyn
and the family circle is named
for her .
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kronen-
feld returned this week from
a trip through the state .
Mr. and Mis. Hairy Hoffman
of New York arrived Sunday to
make their home here. She
is the daughter of the Henry
Freisengers, of Chase ave. .
Little Ernice Weinkle, daughter
of the Carl Weinkles, was host-
ess at a Halowe'en party last
Thursday .
Helen Rosenoli, soprano in
the Jewish Folk Chorus, and
Mrs. David Pavalow are re-
cuperating from recent ill-
nesses.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kaplan of
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., announce
the birth of their daughter,
Janet Gail, Oct. 31. Mrs. Kap-
lan is the former Jeane Wein-
berg, daughter of Mrs. Sadie
Weinberg, of Miami, and the
ate Harry Weinberq Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Tannen of Wash-
ington are parents of a baby
daughter, Marsha. Mr. and
Mrs. I. Tannen, 4471 Royal
Palm ave., are the paternal
grandparents. Their son is a
former Miamian .
BUY SAVINGS BONDS!
BUY THEM NOWJ
Belarsky Slated to Open
Culture Group Series
First concert of the HM6-47
series of the Greater Miami Jcw-
cuiiui.il committee will take
place Sunday evening, Nov. 1".
.,, tl Mian i Beach Senior High
m1 with Sidor Belarsky, basso
cai tante, as featured artist, Mrs.
;., Huberman, chairman an-
m unced tin.- week.
A graduate of the State Con-
ervatory, Leningrad, Russia, and
GRADE
"A"
PRODUCTS
SERVING
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SIDOR BELARSKY
former leading basso of the Lcn-
ingrad State Opera company,
Belarsky came to America in
1930.
II. has appeared in recitals
from coast t'> coast and has been
soloist with the Los Angeles
Philharmonic on lustra, the De-
troit Symphony and the Toronto
Symphony,
A Town Hall and Carnegie Hull
favorite. Belarsky was leading
basso of the Chicago Opera com-
pany aid has appeared with the
San Francisco, Los Angeles Amer-
ican and New York City Center
Op< ra companies.
Last season he was selected by
Arturo Tescanini as soloist in two
broadcasts of Beethoven's Fidelio.
Belarsky recently returned from
Rio de Janeiro where he ap-
peared at the Teatro Municipal.
Ill' will tour South America again
next summer.
Ti( kits for the concert may be
obtained from the Beach and
'1' wn Y's, the Bureau of Jewish
Education or any other of the 16
member agencies of the cultural
committee.
Mrs. Weinstein Could
Claim Reading Title
Candidate for the title of Mi-
ami's most avid reader is Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein, who is conduct-
ing book review series for the
Miami and Miami Beach Wom-
en's divisions of the American
Jewish Congress.
She will open the Beach series
at 1:30 p.m. today with a re-
view of Sholem Asch's new
novel, "East River." at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Mrs. Weinstein has been re-
viewing books for Miami organi-
zations for more than 10 years.
Although she believes audiences
prefer entertaining fiction, she
likes best to review nonrfiction
which has social significance. She
avoids highly sexed books be-
cause "they need no interpreta-
tions" by a reviewer.
"A great many people go for
reviews out of sheer laziness,"
Mrs. Weinstein declares. She
calls her work "vicarious read-
ing" for the audience.
Some of her listeners get an
entirely different slant on books
they've never read after hearing
Mrs. Weinstein, who believes that
a great many people read with-
out comprehending.
A favorite book of Mrs. Wein-
stein's is Pierre Van Paassen's
"Days of Our Years." Once when
she reviewed the anti-fasicst
book, she was told by Elizabeth
Dilling. noted reactionary: "My
dear, your review was charm-
ing, but it's just too bad that
you're so deluded."
A Miami resident since 1924,
Mrs. Weinstein makes her home
at 133 N. E. 91st st., with her
husband and son and daughter.
A native of Tennessee, she was
president of Phi Beta Kappa at
Vanderbilt university and coach-
ed dramatics in Nashville before
coming here to teach at Miami
High school. Her speaking career
began at the age of seven when
-he recited Uncle Remus tales in
public.
Mrs. Weinstein opened the Mi-
ami AJC review series Tuesday at
Beth David before an audience of
several hundred women.
MRS. WEINSTEIN
TO OPEN SEASON
Men's club of Temple
will inaugurate the fall seasa j
a meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday 1
Kaplan hall. Speakers, entertj
rncnt ami refreshments wiii
light the program.
Rabbi Colman Zwitmar.
preach on a "A Book Review i
the Eternal Best Seller"
Vices at 8:15 p.m. this eveni
at the Temple.
AFTER ALL!
The management
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WERTHEIM TO SPEAK
David Wertheim, national sec-
retary of the Ferband, will be
guest*speaker at a meeting of the
Jewish National Workers' alli-
ance at 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Beach Y.
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Beginners' Class November 11 to January 23
9:45 a.m. to 12:05 p.m.
Intermediate Class November 12 to January 24
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Registration at hotel November 11 and 12 at 9:00 a.m.
For Information, Call Division of Adult Education, 4-0801
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bAY.
NOVEMBER 8. 1946
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right 1946, Seven Art Feature Syndicate)
PLAIN TALK
FROM ALFRED SEGAL---------------
*Jm1slh ITli/rSdrfon
PAGE NINE
BRADLEY TO GET r^:0peM
THERE ARE NO JEWS
3inphl3t entitled 'There Are^No Jews/'Jjy M. Chanis,
3S
len^nd its title is Mr. Chanis' interpretation of the'ideas
^Hress" 150 East Broad st.. Columbus, Ohio, has been
ound'thc country. It's most intelligently handled and
onist Council for American Judaism.
I mTans to suggest that these anti-Zionists are people who
I Jina io establish that there are no Jews in the sense of
tahood l'k" Scotchmen or Irishmen; that Jews are just
P anc oi Englishmen or Swedes of the Jewish faith.
Chanis insists that we are a people with a good family
Mts run dtep in the*
,| man, even as
I whose
Luai history
rl< ot ti"- Greeks rcach
Knto'P and Plata
Kat brings up an old
Ljust and what aI'e
For, I shall try to
Ittecas y oi a Jew
,ttfg?all Segal. What
fsegal his statUS 3S
iportant man
u-ry. He i seldom seen at
nations
lived.
among which Jews
It was a nation within
nations and I, as a Jew, should
go back where I came from.
Segal can't K along witl a
dead Hitler in the mi)! |e ol
lin any more than he i >uld with
a live Hitler in the I.
lerei. Hitler, dead oi
mains wrong.
Sometimes a n oi -J (
stranger, asks Segal v.
tionality is. He ask.- the ques-
inable debates
[srai: likes to have a
I ever settling
i .
| time, wit
ting.
t is a man in middle age and,
lefore, almost u not quite set-
in .".:.- c tions. This is
Ly that < i t hig age he is
I change his mind
He re-
i ol intellectu-
liun^t- I lit is .i symptom of
|i .-....- and heart of
. proud. (He
: the arteries.)
i short, Segal is like a great
by other humble men in
kL They are rather con-
| in all this tumuli of Is-
|fs leaders riding in many
lions of being Jewish. So
i we con-ccr lhe case his-
Iof Segal we may be look-
lit an auincntic sample of
Itommon mitn in Israel.
ques
Segal replies: "By natii
I am an American. 1* .
to ask what my religion i l am
Jewish."
He thinks of himself as an
American of Jewish religion.
He knows that this concept of
being Jewish is a hiss and a by-
word among Jews, but he sticks
lo il.
He says I know no nationality
but that of being an An
my loyalty recognizi i no
hood or nationality but l
which I belong in the I
States, no distinctive:.!- <:
plehood other than thai
American people. I am no les 1
' Jew.
Segal thinks he fulfills the
I highest Jewish pi len he
tries to bring the idealism
I Jewish teaching ti. the Ami
[ scene. He feels Jewish enough
I when in general presses fi r which
proud of his! he writes (the Jt w pi -
\ i that he is' sideline of his) he speaks u|
who : uch of his | justice for Negroes in a commu-
Well uiah and David I nity that despises tl A
nong them but | Jew he feels complimented and
hem only if he fulfilled when a reader,
some expression of good will
towards Negroes, writes: "You'n
nothing but a damn Jew." >
says Segal. I am recognized
Jew in this.)
Segal feels Jewish i
whenever in his general
he is the champion for just
any of the oppressed or under-
privileged, when :.. writes ;<
piece for decent housing in place
of slums, whenever he
with compassion. Yes, Mi
Chanis, there are plenty "i Jews
who feel Jewish enoug
their lights of Jewish id<
to the common life. Thi
even feel the more J'
cause their Judaism is beinj
filled in the world, is ni I
serving in the confini
made ghetto. They go aloni
Segal in saying they are A
cans of the Jewish faith.
As for Palestine. Segal ri
in the fine achievements of Jews
v ''! M mi Beach
(respondent killed
' :': '' '!' ill b(
honored toi ight when
Will b<
: '" G On B dley,
Stars &
York city.
Kohn's Mr, and M
Harry Kohn, 4500 I
ami B< .,. |
'Vill attend the reui ion i
il guests.
The Miami Bi a
1944
a trims:. |
lii
'
by Gen gun
fire
Kohn : luated
' Ui Florii
42 and i Beach ;
i 1938 A the Univi -
Kohn was a mei P Bel i
Kappa schol traternil
Florid i Blue Key, and edited
e. He wa
Pi Lambda PI social
I Sigma Delta
alistic fral
ty. Afl tion I
i la, I as ei by tl Si
Petersburg Ti reporti
. nd feature v
duction into the Army.
A scholarship li ,.n fund n
ly wa.-. i itablished by his i i
at 1 Universitj lism de-
partment .. hoi or of A
Kohn,
SERVE CHILDREN
Refn enl i
ttei
' Beth David .
turday n n Mrs.
Louis liar./ is chairmai
hood committee which .. .
charge of arrangements,
Rabbi Max S will begin
151 series of lute Friday eve-
ervices at 8:15 p.m. this
evening at Beth David syna-
In observance of Armistice
Day, Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the subject "Men Without Coun-
try and Religion."
A icia] hour will follow in the
ii with Mr. and Mrs.
Hen Kandel serving as hosts in
i 1 their wedding anni-
versary. The i lowers for the pul-
ave been donated by Harry
Topkis in memory of his wife.
Sabbath services will be held
:i0 a.m. Saturday with Stu-
dent-' si vie s at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi
Shapiro will preach on the por-
tion of law. A kiddush will fol-
low in the auditorium under the
. hip of Mrs. Louis
Hartz.
BETA TAU TO BECOME
NATIONAL AFFILIATE
Beta Tau fraternity of the Uni-
versity of Miami will become a
chapter of Zeta Beta Tau nation-
al organization at installation
ceremonies to be held in Decem-
ber.
New pledges are David Leslie,
Stanley Halpern, Irwin Futerfas,
Leonard Abel, Donald Mayerson,
Donald Barmack, Leonard Pearl,
Leonard Treister, Jay Janoff and
Ronnie Stoff, of Miami and Mi-
ami Beach; Simon Kreindler,
Austin Haldenstein and George
Pecora, New York; Herbert Ives,
Cleveland, and Sam Rabin, Cin-
cinnati.
Officers are James N. Kahn,
president; Ronard Ager, vice
president; Edgar M. Haltzman,
treasurer; Milton Mamber, re-
cording secretary; Marvin Green,
corresponding secretary; Fred
Cornfield, sergeant-at-arms.
AUGUST BROS ftw
7 Is the BEST.' *
Roth Opens Men's Shop
t in his ay, to meas-
PP.
with people
I.' .id is like Be-
it has noth-
>du *'itl or nation or
P" Jewish poli-
^'"- id arc part
1 : man and
J'spnaY is it they were
r*i from leals of his
pen.
'**i Seg lea of being
L concept. He
r* : J h statehood
puts him in
lav or Ital-
I, ieste or a
?lan d<-: a slice of
' vi .11 that the
;' nati in Palestine
I umpared with
[long hi-;. metimea he
pn sal may
iVrVn : "eficient de-
l7' Hi era whether
f" 0uld exist if all of
if b" [Wertu tol successive
frV" "i P tine.
*ing watt,
I to live.
they man-
*e a nation? Well.
*ays. that's what Hitler
."'^'dlhal I. as a jew,
P ntmber of a distinct na-
!. therefore. I could
'"opart in the lives of the
I jJJ-StableVigorous
lotion lo All Your
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Re*ltor
309 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
^one 5-6479
V'"> 01 F,
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r Ct,0n on Miami Beach
STRAND RE-OPENS
Ri opening of the Strand Res-
v, n n ave. and
Miami Beach, was an-
wi ek. Thi
ditioned restaurant, which is open
atec
I Si ving the
': ;!. li iy."
nd is the
Full
mi
:
: I hat il 1
i II be si ired by
eds of 1 ire of
Oi
me trees planted
. Max
CI
ng to the
1 rican J
nd I efensi
rhis s but .
5| ializing in hard-to-get
: andise is Roth's Men Shop,
ii2T Washington ave., which was
j by Dan Roth. The
stoic will be open evenings.
Roth, formerly associated with
' ni Beach city govern-
n: ni. active in Jewish War
'." an affairs.
for Rest
Convalescents
jCtBOMcCtfai
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Ith Resort
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AMERICANS NEED
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THEN TRY
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They cost only $2.00. Take one each
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package to your druggist and he will
refund your money. Remember, vi-
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PAGE TEN
*'Jewlsii ncridtofl
FRIDAY.
I12VEMBER,
Temple Israel Group
To Fete Students
Kindergarten and first grade
pupils of Temple Israel Sunday
school will be entertained at a
party from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday
at the home of Mrs. L. R. Kupper,
521 E. diLido dr. Mrs. Ellard
Kohn will assist the hostess.
This will be the first in a series
of social events for Temple re-
ligious school classes which the
Sisterhood's new Sunday school
committee is planning. Mrs. Nor-
man Rossman. Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein and Mrs. Harold B. Cohen
are members of the committee.
The series will culminate with
a Chanuka jamboree for the en-
tire Sunday school Dec. 22.
A mock ceremony wedding
new brides of the Temple to the
Sisterhood was performed by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman at the
first meeting of the season Mon-
day.
Over 200 women attended the
luncheon in Kaplan hall, Mrs.
Reba Engler Epstein, president,
reports.
The new Sisterhood lounge
was dedicated by Mrs. Harry
Boyell, chairman, who formally
turned the key over to the Tem-
ple.
Joseph Harnell. pianist, played
his own composition. Mis. James
Bass was chairman of the lunch-
eon, assisted by Mrs. Bertha Lach,
member of the November hos-
pitality committee.
Vets May Form Council
To Get Housing
Attempting to solve the hous-
ing problem for veterans, the
Robert Richter AMVETS p si is
asking all Miami Beach veterans
groups to form a council, Nat
Pollack, AMVETS commands.
announced this week.
"With a united front, we can
approach the Miami Beach city
council or the state legislatun
and get some action." he said.
First woman to join the Beach
AMVETS post is St. Esther Levy
who signed up Monday night.
The po-t will sponsor a concert
featuring Rubinoff and his violin
Feb. 12 at the Miami Beach Sen-
ior high scho< 1.
SEEK MEMBERS
Miami chapter of Hadassah is
seeking new members ntewsted
m the work the organ./.at.on s
d, ing to build Palestine. For this
purpose a membership tea wi 1 be
Cff Nov. IB at the M.anu Worn-
en's club, 1737 N. Bayshore dr.
HMO Dance Scheduled
\ nual dinner-dance spon-
sored by th< Greater Miami chap-
ter of Hadassah will be held Jan.
5 at the Copacabana. Proceeds
Will benefit the Hadassah medical
organization. Mrs. Joseph M. Up-
ton 651 Wc-t 47th st.. Miami
B(.ach, is taking reservations.
Seeks Project Report
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, 4430
Roy.d Palm ave., is asking sum-
mer project u rkers of the Mi-
ami Beach Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged to turn
their accounts in to hi r.
The project will be cor.eluded
Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the W I
hotel.
Animal Hospital Open
Dr. Stanley C. Wasman, vet-
erinarian, ann unco- the opening
of the new Miami Beach Animal
Hospital, 1929 Purday ave., al
201 it. and the Bay. Office houi
are b tween 9:30 a.m. and i oon,
1 to 4 :<0 p m. and by appoint-
ment.
Oil i I ii a rii*s
LIGHTMAN
Sara Ughtmiui, forme;' rei I-
wr\...... the WAC from March, IMS,
,%JSrSte,VldcllffConee.clai|i
..... held n law degree I.....
unlven.lt} and wss alumna
,,, ,,. io br< Teachers college, ttpx-
, v and Columbia university,
N -'.""Jl'.'rn several yean In Palea-
,,nSehandP!olned the faculty of Jempk
,,,.,, ,,.., jchooi tahw Bag-
i,.1,1 \lii-- upon her return. She
.p.-.a.nt '. Junior Hadassah of
Jhal clt" In IMS. Later she made
h, home in Ml.onl Beach.
j. survived by her father, two brother,
I,,,, ,., B|iers. ..n of Maaaachuaetta.
,i WM | the family plot
IVlhmn, S II. following, services
Lowell.

ORTHODOX:
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Cantor Louis D. Feder. BETH
TFILAH SYNAGOGUE, 935
Euclid ave., Miami Beach,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION, 590 S. W.
17th ave., Miami, Rabbi Mur-
ray G r a u e r, Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
REFORM:
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th
st., Miami; Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman.
CONSERVATIVE:
CONGREGATION beth J
>35 N- W. Third avT
*bb Max Shap,ro;
Abraham Friedman Z
BEACH JEWISH f
1415 Euclid ave, Mitoij,,
abW '"-ing Lehrman Z
Sloan, executive director.
LIBERAL:
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM-
Chase ave.. Miami Beath-J
Leon Kronish, Cantor |
Kel'
Party Planned for OES MJOC SERVICES
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
The Hebrew Benevolent associ-
ation of Like Worth held its an-
nual picnic Sunday.
Louis Wyman, 53. one of th<
: cattlemen in the Glades
and owm r of extensive n ack-
lands, died last Tuesday at Belle
Giade. Owner of a large Martin
county ranch, ne settled in Flor-
ida in 1926, ci ming here from
New York, Survivoi incl i
wife, Mrs. Sylvia Wyman, and
: -old .-"n. David.
Burial was in Woodlawn ceme-
y, West Palm Beach, with
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein offici-
Jack Kapner, president of the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith lodgi has been ask, I bj
Gov. Millard Caldwell to serve
on the committee of public in-
formation for tl i highway safetj
p: i gram.
LFA
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DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
Mrs. Carl Bruk< i ft Id was
i!e. ted president of the senioi
chapter of Hadassah last Thurs-
day. She will serve with Mrs.
Irving Kapner. vice president;
Mrs. Cy Schupler, secretary; Mrs.
Louis Hyman, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Ida Feldman, treas-
urer; Mrs. Evelyn Isler, Youth
Aliyah; Mrs, Mike Kalmutz, Jew-
National Fund: Mi.-. Ben
Wolfson, Mrs. Dezso Julius, Ha-
dassah Medical Organization; Mis.
Elsie Levitan and Mrs. Phil
Blitcher, education and American
affairs. Mrs. David A. Newman,
program; Mrs. Alexander Gordon.
Mis. Ida Feldman, hospitality;
Mrs. Manuel Greenstein, Mis. R.
S. Weingarten, teleph ne squad;
Mrs. Frank Barer, publicity; Mis.
Sam Steinberg, chairman; Mrs
Sam Zaret, Mrs. Sylvan Sail) r.
Mrs. Sophie Snyder, co-chairmen.
, membership committee.
li. ii
of ihe
Mi ndii)

EDELSTEIN
i...,.. EdeUteln, 64, owner
Little
.ii h.
to Miami In I8S1 to""
Mrs. Lena Simon, state welfare
chairman of the grand chapter,
Florida Order of the Eastern
Star, announces a pre-Thanksgiv-
ing dessert bridge party will be
sponsored by Mrs. George Le-
laire at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov.
21, at her home, 467 N.E. 55 ter.
Proceeds will benefit the organ-
ization.
,. River Bhoe store, flieji
me, MO N. B. 7tn
...... to Miami In 19S7 from
lluvnnu, Cuba, where he foui......1 and
, i president of i fi.tm
iHiaellta. In l";-'. I33 i,!"' '*! '"'
.. n honorable mention In who s
w | ., ,.< Ami I wi Jewry Journal for
"uutatandlnti Kervlcen to Jewry ana
liuniHiitn Surviving are his wU*
\ ad lughu Mrs Lydla Qold-
i,. rg; .i -"". Harold P. EdeUteln, and
[her, Albert EdeUteln, all '
Miami Service* were held in Palmer
Funeral Home chapel with burial In
the fni.il> plot i.f Mt. Nebo cemetery.
RABINOWITZ
Mis Sophie RablnowlU, 80. <>f ISIS
hrexH ave., died Sunday. 8h came
rrom New Vorh clt) six year* ago and
raves o I ephew, Sidney Kuliek. Sri -
\ ..- were held Tuesday nt the Work-
men'* Circle Lyceum, with burial In
Workmen's Circle cemetery, under dl-
. i "ii of rsordon (Mineral home.
NIESEN
rlarry noldman Nleaen, 11, <>f 1221
Meridian ave.. died late last Thurs-
il ii night. Hi i- survived by hli
parents, Mr and Mrs. Sidney Nlesen.
and two brother*. Services were held
Siiiule. in Riverside Memorial chapel.
ACER
Mi- Rose Ager, T'l. of M4J Alton
I. died Saturday She came here
three years ago from Atlantic City,
N .1 where the body was sent by
Riverside Memorial chapel. Surviving
I"1 hei husband, Nathan; a son. Mor-
ris, and two daughters, Mrs I^.ttle
i trlch nd Mrs Dora Twain, all of
Beach.
CATON NURSING
HOME
1389 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301
Beit care for chronic sick, con.
valescent and elderly people.
igB^Large Beautiful Grounds^H
Services will be held at tb.i
ami Jewish Orthodox Ccnc
tion 5:15 p.m. Friday and J
Saturday. Rabbi Murray G
will preach on the portion of
week tomorrow morning. Jjja
will be at 5 p.m. Saturday (oil
cd by Shalos Sudos.
MIZELL-SIMON
MORTUARY
N. W. Mlzell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Favllle, Funeral Directors
413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 W. Palm Beach, Fla.
PLATKIN
Mis Rose Platkln, 91, mother of
M Sitd e Nathan. 1(00 Miehlgan
ave., 1 i.- -1 las) Wednesdaj in New
rork city.
GOTTLIEB
Oeorge K Oottlleb. ^4. of l"tr. Me-
ld i\. died last Thursday: Sur-
viving are three daughters and two
-oiis. one of whom, [uli Oottlleb,
HI Miami t-i a< h Servlcef wore
thi R|v< rslde Memorial > hapel.
SCHULMAN
- hulman, .''.. ,,r 1428 Collins
jv< tiled last Thursday, Hi- leaves
other, Mrs s,hulman. and a
hrothi r and ., nistei The bodv :,
Riverside Memorial
klyn.
chapel ti
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! the University of
nit a quota system
" croups was hail-
SfbB Miami Beach
1. division of the Ameri-
BS5- gsIts
fee problem locally to
K wik of the Austin-
fcfi Voi *." Mrs. Glas-
Ktin-Mahoney bill wo^d
lA,a" exempt ion privileges
IJlnstituti. ns of learning
feSninate against mln-
"TBedical school's quota
lin admission practices and
f ion of admission records
tteitted bv two deans and
K of the school under
tltesday at a hearing of
York eitv council shear-
. college discrimination,
fcispr stated
E V hearing, Dr. Pc-
IaJC's chief consultant who
J.e in formulating the
LMahoney bill, declared:
leva can be eradicated
fthe people will compel our
fconal institutions to state
If what their educational
mission policies are rather
permit them to operate
I a smokescreen.
ectior.s of applicants on the
k of 'inadequate person-
Ermits capricious, arbitrary
Ateical selection of stu-
ISuch practices perpetuate
justment difficulties of un-
nleged groups Publicly
admission and educa-
[practices will give our
1 government by law in-
f government by whim."
PROMOTED
the cadets who have
appointments as non-
sioned officers at River-
(Cilitary acaden y, Gaines-
|Ga., are Arn ild Richard
son of Mrs. Dorothy
Ian, Avalon hotel, Miami
[who was pi im< ted to staff
Richard Michael Kup-
son of S Kupperman,
tilt hotel, Miami Beach,
oral; Tevev l ilipa Woolfe,
A. Ernest Woolfe, 4474
ave., Miami Beach to
JCRS Annual Dance
To Aid Tuberculosis
^JenislJkri&Hi
Annual dance of the Greater
Miami chapter, Jewish Con-
umptives Relief society, has
been changed to the Ritz Plaza
hotel, 1701 Collins ave., it was
announced this week.
The affair will be held Wed-
nesday evening with a floor-
thow and orchestra highlight-
ing the program. Mrs. William
Levine, Mrs. Lee Gainsboro and
Mrs. Jack Fein have arranged
the event.
Tickets will be sold at the
door. Proceeds will increase the
organization's Greater Miami
hospital fund with which tu-
bercular patients are aided.
K
watal to Th^wish FIoriUlin)
HOLLYWOOD r.kW u
hew T dUring Services "' ^
o'l,1 iheJfw*sh Community
Center of Hull.w, ,,. 8 ;
this evening. '
At subsequent Friday evenine
manK'tS nhlS mnth' KM'> Xauf-
man will preach n "Modern
'> The Spirit and
Sword and "Thii <, w.. Are
Thankful For."
VIOLINIST TO OPEN
SYMPHONY SERIES
Violinist Patricia Trav< rs will
open the University of Miami
Symphony series Sunday after-
noon at the Miami Senior High
school auditorium. Station WKAT
will broadcast the program from
4:30 to 5 p.m.
Miss Travels will play Saint-
Saens' "Violin Concerto No. 3 in
B Minor." The orchestra, under
the direction of Modeste Alloo,
will open the program with li. .-.-
nicek's "Overture to the Opera
Donna Diana." Caesar Franck's
"Symphony in D Minor" will also
be featured.
The concert will be repeated at
8:30 p.m. Monday.
Single tickets are available at
the University symphony office
and several local shops.
Rabbi Kaufman to Speak
PAGE ELEVEN
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
""." ""' with the Cl< rk ol thi
cultCour
,M H SARDELLA
Attorm -. rr Ri-n p ;
n '' '

. NOTK-B IS HEREBY GIVEN
I UIRIDA GRINDING COMPANY -it
th \v> M ml Fin
ter said name win
' "' !'-. fH lit Courl of rad.
Q Florida.
JACK PRANK
ISAAC PRANK
ALLAN CHAYKIN
,. ALRERT OPPENHEIM
VON /.A MET S VON ZAMFT.
Vttorney* for A| |i lean!
" W Pli pi Si
H/h-15-22-29 12 6
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
RESTATE OF""*"' Flrldi
MA BY I.AWLER,
\\!\,i> MARV '-AWLOR and
MARY A. LAWLER,
Deceased.
NOTIOE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
,\,'V ;"'ATI"X 1,'u" FINAL DI8-
1 HA I.'.I,
...NOTICE is hereby given that I have
/'I hi. final re.....-t and petition lor
lhMl Dl charge as Ancillary Admin-
istrate! ;f the estate of MART LAW-
v'iw.'v VK x MAKY 1-^WI.oR and
MAR1 a l.wvi.Kit, ,.....eased; and
that on the lMh day of November.
1918. will apply ,,, the Honorable W.
. i'i-ini.,11. County Judge of Dade
' ''" i'1 Tldn, for approval of said
'I "! and for final discharge
Vnrlllary Adinlnlstrntnr of the
{,',!'. "I ,M,A,RV LAWLER, A/K/A
1 UVI IT 1 ''"" .'"'" MARY A
i*.\ w i.r.i:. deceased,
Thla mih day .r October, 1946
MAX R SILVER^* S"'VI-R-
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator,
ID IS 25 II '1-5
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that
Ihe undersigned have sold their husi-
' n "ROSERUn CRIM,,"
Wi Plaitler Street, Miami,
He rldn, to DAVID SEGAL, and will
ponslble for any debts of
betclnnlng October 23,
' VCOD BAMET
r:i ISE 11 s \met
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN.
All..in.y-. for Sellers.
8-15-22
Lena the Hyena to Attend
Sadie Hawkins Dance
NOTICE IS HEREBY niVEN
the undersigned, .|. slrl igo In
buxlnera undi r the N tltloui nami
AIRCRAFT INN, nl 1427 N. W. S6th
.-' Miami, Pla Intends to n
said name with the Clerk of thi >'\
cult Court "f Dade County, l I
NABER, INC.
ISA \<' JOPPE,
Attorney for Appll -
I' 'S-1.-.-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i ns under the fictitious name of
CARLYLB HOTEL, at 12.'.0 Ocean
Miami Reach, Florida, intend
to register Raid name with the Clerk
nf the Circuit Curt of Dade County.
Plorid i.
riEi IROE 'I'lI.I'llERr;
SYLVIA GOLDBERQ
MYERS, HEIMAN .>. KAPLAN.
Vtl neys for Applicants.
10/25 1! 1-8-15-22
Lena the Hyena will make an
appearance at the Sadie Hawkins
Day dance to be given by the
Emanon club at the Miami Y 9
p.m. Sunday, Nat Ftk::.-. social
chairman, promises.
Lena will arrive just in time
for the "man-hunt race" at 10
p.m. Local girls will bo given a
five minute start ahead of Lena
for the protection of Miami man-
hood, Etkins says.
Sherwood La Vigne'
will provide music I
Plans for a sweater dance,
scheduled for Nov. 24. will be
made at the club's meeting at
8:15 p.m. Wednesday at tl i Y
A "biggest lie" contest will fol-
low. Each contestant will receive
a gift and the winner will be pre-
sented a special prize.
\' TI( i: IS HEREBY GIVEN
ibe undei signed to i
business under lhe fictitious nai
fiCLFSTRE \M APPAREL, .i Ji N
E, Plrsl Street, Miami. P a .
to register said name with the Hi
nl the C\n 'ii' Court of Dade d
i'
HAROLD S MEYERS
Al. ROEMER
Bt'RNETT ROTH,
Attorney for Applli ant".
! 8-15-22 12/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslne i under the fictitious i
THE SOCTHERN WINDOW PLEAN
INC COMPANY, at I2S N, W
Avenue, Miami. Pla Intend ti
leter said name "i'li the Cli i:
I Courl of Dadi '' inty Pli
HARRY KAHN
JOSEPH SILPER
Parti
" !2-2!l 12 6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
th. : *lgi ed, di
.......'
H \ Y SHORE HOTEL, al 55! N. B,
SI Ml in :. Pli la Intend to
I name Ith the ''i> rk ol
the i..... : ,'"1' '
1 HARR1 PRIEDMAN
.8-15-22 29 ^^_^^__
LEONARD A. LEVINE, Pres.
IRVING BLASBERG, Treas.
WITff DIGNITY
AND RESPECT
, our competent staff
>
is ready to relieve you
of all the details in your
hour of bereavement.
Ambulance Service
5-5844
m
WO ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
R V7. WILSON
fun. Dl.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the firtltiouH name
f niscayne Venetian Blind Oom-
ll 1201 N. W, 22nd Ave.. Miami.
I I Intends to register Bald name
ii the rlerk of the Circuit Court
..f Dade Potiniy.
SAMUEL P. FLOOD. JR..
Sola Owner.
11:1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ii ii. l. rsigned, desiring to engage In
i is under the fictitious name o'
HRO.WIZ\TI''iN" MIMKOCRAPHINO
TYPCTYRITING BERVICB at 60(1
Bldg., Room 22, Miami
nl.this 'ii register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ci .nil-. Florida.
CELIA TRACRIO.
Sole Owner.
8/23-1 S
\ riCE i-' HEREBY GIVEN that
Igned desiring to engage in
the fictitious name of
I.E'SAT. STENOGRAPHIC TYPE-
WRITINO SERVICE al inn Lincoln
i Ida B i 22 Miami Reach In-
said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
T-"..' i.i.i
CELIA TR.M'RIG.
Pule Owner.
-, 11'1-5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i desli Ing to engage In
mder the fictitious name of
ST A HL-FREEMAN uitnrERY at
:-. V W 27th Ave.. Miami. Fla.. In-
nalri name with the
fir ull fotirt of Dade
pioi Ida.
,ii-i.ii--- t, PREBMAW,
CHARLES K. STAHL.
Partners.
FTAPRT DIBTZ
v for Vnpllcnnts
.. ^ Rldg.
m/m-2.1 ii '1-8-15
NOTtr-P IS HPREP.Y GIVEN thai
lei d desiring to eneaee In
... n ,;. r thi fictitious name of
ani'TITERN HROYl'ARB PAINT
ai'PPLY ii 79S N. Miami Avenue
pi i Intend to register "aid
with the Clerk nf the rirrult
Hourl "f Dfldn Conntv T-'inrliln.
q i\i otBPVP VN
M1T.TOV BirHS
TiiPor>onF r RKOWITZ,
in Seyhold Bldg
Utornev for \oplleants.
in '2S H '1-S-13-2S
NOTICE IS TIERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
I der "i" fictitious name of
ri \yr.n-M ROWLING LANFfl. at
-:; q W, th Street. Coral Gables,
. i Intends ti i' gist" r said name
..i-i, the Clerk the Cirenlt Court
f Dade Countv. Plnrlds. _,,___
MYERS. HEIMAN ,c- KAPLAN.
\..,..,.v '..' \ii|dle.int.
n/ ti 'i-s.i-.-22
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
...,, desiring to engage In
i = under the fictitious name or
\V\Y indViral Wav. Miami. Florlila In-
, ,,, .. ..i.,... ,|d name WltbtljS
,,f the Circuit Court of Paile
'......,v- Fl0rW8ALLT 8CWAT9!.
Sole Owner.
U\rov DIPTZ.
\..,.rne
f,.r Applicant.
r-,...-..c !"-
., -, ,i i ( 15-21
Court
N-nrn-E is HBRBBY given that
,,, .....lerslrned. desiring to engage In
.,.,- 11," fletltions name of
BVTVn-S Tni-CK-INC CO St 1MI
.' \v t.,1 St. Miami. Dade Countv.
,., :,,,... i register Bald name
. ||h' ,,,,. rierV o' the Circuit
' ""'" CVB%VnRCHWAM
T.OIMS \T-GCST
WILLIAM CALLOT.
tttnmev for Aj;;Hcants.
-I Congrecc Ring
.-. u ii l-.15-28
LEGAL NOTICES
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County. Florida
_ No. 16570
Re: Estate of FRED L. PARLIN.
deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKM
API'LldATION FOR FINAL
.,_____ DISCHAROE
I iv.? '?iFJS HEREBY GIVEN that
fi.i # .$ my final report and pe-
tition ror Final Discharge as Ancillary
hviVI'Vv ,f ,he esta,e of 1,,R^D L.
5.i, i ceaaed; and that on the
lsth day of November, 1916, will ap-
<-m,?,. !"i"'""'.ra,,'lc w '" Btenton,
(ounty Judge of Dade County. Flor-
anai f,n n',l,r,ova11 "' ald final report
FyLmr,-f"r",.'"s i nii.l.N, deceased.
This 15th day of October, 1910
. ... HI'GII P. BEMIS.
Ancillary Executor of the Eslate of
MAX R. SILVER.1'- P*rUn' deCeased-
lafuTS-tT Ancl"ary Execu,or-
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Florida
Ki: KSTATE OF "*' 1623
ELIZABETH DEZARA.
A/K/A BESSIE DEZARA
Deceased
.NOTICJE OF INTENTION TO MAKP
APPUCATION FOR 13&U
...NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
E i ".I "' re'""t a'"1 Petition for
fst nL f ''.IT*6 a" Ancillary Admin-
i v fl ,"f ',,,';-''s""e "' ELIZABETH
DEZARA. A/K/A BESSIE DEZARA.
'I. ccas,d; and that on the 18th day
,' N"veinh, r. linn, W||l apply "n the
5ET& i2 S BlaatSn. Count?
an f,,-.^ Pa fl,,' i V iff sai" final rePrt an(l f"f
tr ,' L ^'".1rKP^aK Ancillary Admlnls-
l"/iBf !he,K/",lte "' ELIZABETH
I'l^ARA, A/K/A BESSIE DEZARA.
This 10th day of October. 1940.
MAX R. SILVEr!AX R" SILVER-
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator.
10/18-23 ll/l-g
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County. Florida
^ No. 17098
Vl?l!: rfEs,a'e of SAMUEL B. GES-
-M'.K. deceased.
X"'I\IV,';:',"'" INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
._____ DISCHARGE
. S^SS-18 HY OrVESN that
have filed my final re|K>rt and pe-
tition for Final Discharge as Ad-
mlnisti.-urlx of ,he estate of Samuel
l o-'/L"1'!1 'Ifjenscd: and that on
aV?,Nr',h.,ay,,of November. 1946. win
c ,. i \ ""norable W. F. Blanton.
("unty Judge of Dade Countv, Florida.
fnr 'Z'"i"V,aI Z' Hiiid final rp"rt "'!
ror final discharge as Administratrix
deceased:^"" "' Sa,nuel B- "esner.
This 1'ith day of October, 1946
MAX R. S^eT^'10 GESN,:R
iwSwbS A,lmlnlstrat"x-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
n.i bMR FilH "ADB COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
- No. 18346.
In Re: Estate of ANNIE PEPPER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
nl". All Creditors and All Persons
Haying Claims Against Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
nuliried and required to present any
alms and demands which vou, or
either of you, may have against the
-t.,1. -of ANNIE PEPPER, deceased,
late of Ride County, Florida, to the
Mon. V. F. Illanton, County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same in
his office in the County Courthouse
n Dnilo County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said cl,tlms
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid
VL.sa.m? wl" he 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.
ll/l-S-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 18347.
In Re: Estate of LEON A THERESA
SKINNER, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims Against Said Estate:
You. anil each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims nnd demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LEONA THERESA SKIN-
NER, deceased, late of Dade County,
Plot-Ida, 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 he 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.
Attorney for Administrators.
ll/l-8-K,-22 _______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. rVsiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Light-Crafters at 1747-49 S. W. 8th
SB court of^ad^Co.mty.^or.da.
MEYER COHEN.
RALPH KIRSOIT.
Partners.
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
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Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
THE ZIONIST SCENE:
The resolution of the ZOA con-
vention rejecting partition and
asking for the establishment of a
Jewish State in the whole of
Palestine need not be interpreted
as demanding the creation of a
Jewish State immediately
Whether right or wrong, the
leaders of the Zionist* Organiza-
tion of America are of the opin-
ion that it would be much more
practical to wait until the present
unfavorable political conditions
change. They believe that
much more than partition can be
achieved later, when the world is
more ready for justice. .
There may even be a differ-
ent British government at some
later date which would have more
understanding of the Zionist de
mands. they argue. The san i
attitude is taken by Mizrachi
leaders both in the United States
and in Palestine. They prefer
to see a Jewish State in the whole
of Palestine some years from now
rather than a partitioned Pales-
tine today. .
Discussions to this effect were
held at a closed meeting of the
American Zionist Emergency
council. The general agreement
was that for the time being the
emphasis should be laid on the
demand for increased Jewish im-
migration to Palestine. Espe-
cially on the carrying out of the
recommendations i f the Anglo-
American Inquiry committee and
tl e request of President Truman
to admit immediately 100,000
Jews to Palestine. Everything
points to the fact that at the
World Zionist Congress in Swit-
zerland next month the anti-par-
tionists will form a majority of
the delegates, .

THE WASHINGTON SCENE:
Things are brewing behind the
i i in Was! ingi n in connec-
tion with President Truman's in-
tention to ask Congress for legis-
lation to ad ire displaced
persons to the Ui ited States. .
Active attention is also being giv-
< n t,i the quest;. : of hy Tru-
man's din ctive that 3,900 visas
be granted monthly to refugees
in American /ones in Europe is
not 1 .rued out to its full-
< t extent. .
Of great aid to the Presi-
dent is Ih resolution of the
American Federation of Labor
urging the admittance into the
United Slates of displaced Jews
under the immigration quotas
that were not filled during the
war. If only this recom-
mendation were carried out,
about 500.000 displaced persons
could enter the U. S. in addi-
tion to the regular quota for the
current year. This is the sec-
ond time that the AFL has done
something to make it possible
for Jewish refugees to enter the
United States. The first lime
was when William Green. AFL
president, personally interven
ed with the late President
Roosevelt in 1940 and secured
from him "blocked visas" for
800 political refugees, mostly
f^ngtio^nanrr^ ,.o,,an,.s of Jews from
Nazis... L as chambers. .
Nazis Up to that lime the
AFL was very much against THE DOMESTIC SCENE:
intensified immigration. Should Jews in America who
Incidentally, not a smglo is ,,. interested in combatting an-
visa has been issued so far in ti-Semitism act only in matters
Poland despite the fact that the pertaining to Jews, or support a
country has had normal diploma- broadly based program of legis-
tom after the tug cut her loose
live miles off shore.
Also interesting are h.s revela
lions of how Lord Moyne tried to
sabotage the efforts to rescue
J, ws from ext, rmination by the
Gestapo, when the Nazis sent a
Budapest Jew, Joel Brandt, to
Turkey to contact American and
British representatives to negoti-
;,,,. for redeeming" the Jews who
were still in Nazi hands. .
The role which tl:,' Joint Distri-
, : Committee played in bar-
gaining with the Gestapo, through
its representative in Switzerland,
is also depicted, disclosing that
JDC "bargaining" tactics saved
tic relation- with WashingtOI foi
more than a year. State De-
partment officials fee] somewhat
guilty about it. They promise
., visa office will be op, no,-.
t> is m nth in 1.' dz, now the : -
ter of Jewish life in Poland. .

THE DIPLOMATIC SCENE:
Much of what could not he r( -
vealed during the war wil n
gard i" the efforts of the Ameri-
can goveri ii'.int to rescue Jews
fm:! the N.,.;.- is now told by Ira
H. Hirschmann in his "Life Line
to a Promised Land" The
volume published by Vanguard,
is a record of Ihe work done by
the author when ho was sent to
Europe by the War Refugee board
established by President Roose-
velt. The bonk throws a sharp
light on British tactics to fore-
stall any p issibility of bringing
Jews to Palestine, even though
this was the 'tily place wher< the
Jews from Nazi-dominated coun-
tries could go. The British and
tlu- Turkish governments are
blamed by Hirschmann directly
for the "Struma" tragedy.
He tells in d.tail how the Brit- cToTe'withmanutarturing associs-
isn authorities remained indiffer-
ent to the warnings of various
lative action which is not of pe-
culiarly Jewish concern? The
pro- and the cons of this ques-
tion have been discussed by the
National Community Relations
Advisory council which is com-
posed ef representatives < f the
major Jewish organizations ac-
tive m fighting anti-Semitism in
the United States. The various
vn ws on this subject have been
incorporated in a report now
available to Jewish leaders
throughout the country. The
American Federation of Labor is
looking into an insulting article
against Jews which appeared in
tie organ of the International
T< amsters' Union. Certain Jew-
ish labor leaders are pressing the
Teamst) is' Union to publish an
apology. Anti-Semitic speak-
ers who were refused facilities on
American radio stations are now
purchasing time on two Mexican
border stations, XERB and XEG,
both of which can be heard in
thi' South and in the West. .
American Action, the right
wing political group, is now ar-
ranging speaking dates for Upton
agencies that failure t. admit the
ship would mean certain death
for its 7ti!t passengers either by
It ning or by sum nder to t: ,
. He also tells how the
Turkish government sent a tug
to tow the "Struma" out of the
Istanbul harbor, ami how tl:.' ship
broke apart and went to the bot-
tions, teachers' associations and
women's clubs.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
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All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
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132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741
------------Hotel, Restaurant------------
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Granting of the charter of the Baron de Hirsch I
Inc., non-profit organization, took place in the i f"
Circuit Court Judge George E. Holt Oct 28 fc*
(left to right) Elry Stone, vice president- Max R sy
Lewis, Benjamin Meyers, treasurer; LeoEisensteinmH
Lipton, vice president. Present, but not pictured w! i
Kaplan, vice president, and Charles R. Cohen .
director. e,e<
Through the joint efforts of the Jewish Social
bureau and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation hafe*
for the creation of the loan fund were formulated tL'i
fund, formerly an autonomous division of the Jewish*
Service bureau, has been created as an independent i
nity organization.
Purpose of the organization is the extension of small h
to Jewish residents who need a loan, rather than rebel
small business. In general, such small borrowers are i
whose needs cannot be met by normal credit resources em
because they cannot offer sufficient security for their 1
or because they may need additional services of a l
service nature to fulfill the objectives of a loan, Cohen"!
The Jewish Social Service bureau will assume resp
for study of the varied social aspects involved in the inn
gation of applications.
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kAY NOVEMBER B 1946 = TJ**i*£fkrklia,ri Two Join Bridal Procession PAGE SEVEN MRS. GBITZ ^ is Miriam Shafi and Milton L. Weinkle will exchange vows .ceremony planned for Dec. 22. Announcement of their Lmenl is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaft. [& W. 16th ter. Mr. Weinkle is the son of Dr. and Mrs. key 0. Weinkle, of 4120 Pine Tree dr. [ ;: will be attended by CARDIAC GROUP PLANS MEMBERSHIP TEA A membership tea will be held in conjunction with the regular monthly meeting of the Dade chapter. National Children's Cardiac Home, Wednesday afternoon at the Wofford hotel, Miami Beach, it was announced by Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president. Musical selections will be given by Herbert Silver, accompanied by Mrs. Silver. Mrs. Lachs urged members to attend and to bring a new member. Refreshments will be served. Kronish Sets Sermon "Peace of Mind in a World of will be Rabbi Leon Kro, nosh's sermon topic during Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. this evening, Mrs. Irving Rothman and Mrs. Leon Ell will be hostesses at the Oni(> Shabbat following the service.-. Herman Greenglass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Greenglass will become Bar Mitzva at services Saturday at 10:45 a.m. MISS SHAFF WRITER TO DISCUSS BRITISH ATTITUDE sister, Bella, as maid of L a nd sister, Sylvia. L smaid, Tl i Misses Leslie I : (Instein and fcNade] will also be bridesStanley Weinkle will be I man for hi bri ther. Fred |:c,.. Kenni tl Lipman, Stanissmar. and Isadora Mayers ushers. David Kaplan ringbearer and Carolyn flower girl. I graduate ol Miami Senior ) school. Miss Shall attended Miami Conservatory of Music was a men I er of Tri Beta rty. Her fiance is a student mory university school of istry in Atlanta, where the will reside until his gradi in Jure. Mr. Weinkle is idtnt of Alpha Omega dental pity and past president tl lEpsilonPi social fraternity, rved thn e years in the ilTZ-KAY Sunday afternoon Beth Sholom. The bride, daughter ol Mr. and %  Mrs. Morton Joseph Kay. 421K* Collins ave., is the former Shirley Jane Kay. She was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Marian Kay, New York, as matroi I honor The bridegro m's niece, Miss Marcia Rae Friedberj Harrisburg, Pa., was maid ol honor. Irving Jay Friedberg of Harrisburg was best man for his brother-in-law. who is the son of Mrs. Annie Gritz of Harrisburg and Miami Beach. Mrs. Gritz attended New V rk university and studied voici New York. Her husband attended Northwestern university and was graduated from Dickinson college, Carlisle, Pa. He is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity and is now on terminal leave from the Army engineers. The couple will reside in Harrisburg and Miami Beach. "The English Labor Government and the Jews" is the topic .: lecture to I"' givi n at the j Miami Y, 8:30 p.m. Wi i at Temple UI >der the sponsorship of the | W o r k men's Circle Vladeck Branch 699 and th< I. lies' club. Ask End of KKK Charter Seeking to have the Ku Klux Klan charter revoked in Florida, the Dade County Civil Rights Council has sent a resolution to Gov. Millard F. Caldwell, Attorney Genual Tom Watson and Secretary of State R A. Gray. It was signed by Andrew W. Gottschall, chairman. a honej trip to the t coast and Mexico, are Maj. |Mrs, Sidney Gritz who were Tied by Rabbi Leon Kronish + j Middle-Aged Lady | Wishes to Share Her Apartj menl with Another Lady. Southwest Section Call 3-033 0 + PINCUS SCHWARTZ Guest speaker will be Pin us I Schwartz, writer and lecturer, I who was active in the Polish cultural movement. Admission will be 50 cents per person. The lecture Wednesday will be first in a scries to be sponsored by the two groups. ^Jewisli florid iar extends to Clubwomen of Greater Miami A SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY TO EARN FUNDS for their DONOR LUNCHEONS OR FAVORITE CHARITIES PHONE 2-1141 or write FUND CONSULTANT Care ol The Jewish Floridian Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida Calling Garment Mfgrs., Laundries Cleaners, Tailors Dressmakers! BUTTONS For All Purposes PRESSING ROOM SUPPLIES, HANGERS, PINS, NEEDLES, SCISSORS, SHEARS Phone 2-5590 FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. 162 W. Flagler Street Aged Home Residents To Be Entertained The porch of the new addition to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be the scene of an entertainment program 7:30 p.m. Sunday for residents of the Home. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will speak and Cantor A. Friedman will sing. Mrs. Gustave Swarz, wife of the Home's architect, will present several vocal selections, accompanied by Mrs. Jennie Kamern. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburgh will be hosts in honor of their daughter Sophia's recent marriage to Henry Bear. The public is invited to attend and inspect the new quarters at S. W. 12th ave. and Fourth st. FRATORITY ELECTS Newly elected officers of the Temple Beth Sholom Fratority are Harold Jacobs, president; Aaron Aronoff, vice president; Marion Richheimer, corresponding secretary; Eileen Cowen, recording secretary; Leonard Koltun, treasurer. DOUBLE ROOM FOR RENT WITH PRIVATE FAMILY IN MODERN HOME Kitchen Privileges 3070 N. W. First Street Telephone 4-1971 FOOTBALL TONIGHT! U. of M. (Hurricanes) vs. M. U. (Of Ohio) KICZOFF ... 8:15 In Orange Bowl TICKETS ON SALE ALL DAY FRIDAY AT STADIUM V/ise Motorists Will Tell You TAKE YOUR CAR TC DIXIE QUICK SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT! Well do our best to take care oi your car's ailments while you wait Don't hesitate to stop in at any time ol the day. DIXIE experts will examine and prescribe the proper Q remedy. 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I. ft i II I'; I i^^mmhMmSQ^ 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, Kla., under the Act of March, 3. 187 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 NUMBER 45 Miami 18, Florida, Friday. November 8, 1946 CHESHVAN 14, 5707 FACE FACTS Anti -Defam 0 COLUMBIAN BABY EOT CL1NIIC CARE FRDM B' At 1:15 a.m. Saturday the quiet of the night blance to the "Brown 8K< was broken by the harsh ringing of my televious. ahl WELCOME ZOA We will be hosts next Friday to the Ninth Annual Conference of the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Orqanization of America. The Miami Beach Zionist district will welcome the 400 delegates from all over the South that are expected to attend. A well planned and elaborate program is scheduled. A great deal of effort has been expended in making these preparations which foretell a conference that will be productive and enjoyable. It is no easy task to arrange the million and one details necessary to a smooth, well-working convention. The Beach district is to be commended for undertaking this task. Thouqh the convention has not yet convened, we prognosticate a highly successful gathering. Of greater consideration is the program of Zionist activity to be placed before the delegates. The esteemed national figure. Dr. Israel Goldstein, past president of the ZOA, will grace our community with his presence, as will other outstandinq leaders. They will bring us an insight into the Palestine scene so fraught with high pressured diplomacy and ever changing maneuvers. We feel sure that our distinguished leaders in the Zionist cause will emphasize the need for a continued and expanded program of Zionist education. They will stress the necessity for added numbers to insure the strength of the Zionist cause. The delegates will take this message and other important information to be gained from the sessions to their respective communities. We feel confident they will accept the challenge the Zionist program presents. Our community can feel complimented that it will be the point from which will go forth leaders dedicated to increased devotion and intensified efforts to Zionism and the establishment of a National Jewish Homeland. At 1:15 a.m. Saturday the quiet of the night was broken by the harsh ringing of my telephone. Answering it, I received a veiled threat from an anonymous caller who said he was a member of the Columbians. With characteristic shyness or is it cowardliness— he did not divulge his identity. Let us examine this new organization which claims it is the Savior of the white race. Columbians Incorporated should be familiar to my readers. This new group received nation-wide publicity a week ago when three young hoodlums severely beat up a Neqro boy. Further gang-like activities which its members thought represented courageous exhibitions of "White Supremacy" brought about the arrest of four leaders of the organization in Atlanta. Our papers carried the picture of these youthful leaders wearing uniformed shirts reminiscent of Hitler's "Brown Shirts" and an insignia remarkably resembling the swastika, though bent into the shape of a lightning bolt. The resemblance goes still further when we consider the objectives of the Columbians. Not satisfied with the methods our local police are employing for the maintenance of law and order, the Columbians feel that their members should exercise the police power and "protect whi'e Anglo-Saxons from the Negro." The organization, however, is hostile to the Jews, and again the resemTIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. blance to the ous. The hate-spreading acliv : ( o ~" terrorist group i. recefc^JJl£j**> duly constituted l aw L?" a ^u Moreover, our newspar^*^ fleeting public opinion^ £j£ crediting this group, ft KSSH organization will die ahoL^ 011 Americans are much better *p ? detect these crackpot, ,£ IS* he well being of our ZSfc There is one Ironic touch toZ. Columbians. The other day ££*? a picture of the l*moZ?$H member of the anti-Jewish SB corporated. This little girl was S Columbian regalia Z£ > **A KS& T insig r, T he a A it is that this same little girl and S 1 have been regular patrons at the Z clinic operated by the women of B' Atlanta. Furthermore, this little ur.di nca] miss, al ite at the clinic, was pictured on pc October issue of the National Jewish I It is interesting to note that an exa of the two pictures reveals that at the I the little child appears healthy, clean c cared for. In the recent newspaper W1 after the mother had neglected to <|j child to the clinic, apparently because | occupation with the Columbians, the chi pears dirty, unkempt and wan. Mildly, Confidential (Copyright, 1946, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON BEARS WATCHING After considerable difficulty we were able to secure coverage of Upton Close's dinner appearance here Wednesday. While the affair was a private one, intrusion was arranged through the officers of the Flamingo Dinner club, sponsors of the affair. It seems the well-known commentator had been forewarned of our presence and of the pressure exerted here last week by Jew and non-Jew to cancel his appearance. Making an excellent impression upon his receptive and sympathetic audience, the commentator counted and studied his every word. With his audience in the palm of his hand, Close viciously upbraided the New Deal with an excellent command of oratory and inflection. A polished and forceful speaker, Close adeptly steered clear of his anti-remarks which have earned for him his ignominious reputation. Watching the speaker rather closely during his remarks, we could easily distinguish the potential damage this individual <:ould wield if allowed to go forth spewing messages of hate His background in the record. Close's affiliations and connections all bear watching. An alerted people must be on guard to avert recurrences wherein bigots have caused irreparable damage when allowed to go unchallenged. FORESIGHT The University of Miami announced cancellation of a football game with Penn State. In a carefully worded letter the president of the local institution advises that the inclusion of several Negroes in the Penn lineup prevented the contest from being staged. A similar incident also occurred this week in the West. True thinking Americans will not be too prone to condone this action even though the practical problem as approached by the prexy has its weak merits. We are aggravated by the poor management that books games without sufficient thought as to subseguent action. It creates an agitation that flames the hate dissension and lack of understanding that unfortunately already exists. Why not more foresighl than hindsight? Stanley Myers Calls CJFWF Assembly MEW YORK (JTA)—The 1947 General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Wel\are Funds will be held from Jan 31 to Feb. 3 at the Ambassador Hotel in Atlantic City, Stanley C. Myers, Council president, announced this week. Among the subjects which the program committee has under consideration are the basic problems, purposes and structure of Jewish community organization; a cemprehensive analysis of Jewish needs and programs in Europe and Palestine; fund-raising and budgeting for 1047 local, national and overseas n< i-<\>. both current and capital; major trends in Jewish cultural life; community relations and civic-protective activities, national and local; proposals for establishing c lieges, universities and professional schools under Jewish auspices, and current trends .in Jewish social services, including programs for tl i aged, youth, children, the needy and the chronically ill. The Rogge report carries som< revealing sections on the radio priest, Father Caughlin. Hit agent, Leo T. Reardon, was a tete-a-tete with von Ribbentrop at Berlin in 1939. Victor Riesel, New York Post columnist, reports the following quotation. "•Probably most of then (thi Jews) suffering from their persecution at the hands of Nazis, are ommunist sympathizers. The mere arrival of 50.000 Jews into the U. S., even if they were not subversive, would far the fascist organizations like thi Klu Klux Klan into activity" That's pretty raw anti-Semitism, isn't it? The quotation i> fiom a leaflet distributed at the recent A.F. of L. convention by "Uncle Dan" Tobin, president ol tile International Brotherhood of Teamsters. 'Uncle Dan' owes the nation, as well as labor, an apology," says Mr. Riesel, "We'll keep the spotlight on him until he apologizes!" So we will. MISCELLANEOUS Gem ral Mark Clark, who is 6 ft 4 in. tall couldn't find civilian clothes on his recent visit to New York He saw the Big Town inci gmtogged in an outfit borrowed from Bernard Baruch. Aral) delegates to the United Nan r.s requested that their police bodyguards be non-Jewish. What are the shieks afraid of? Or is it a case of guilty conscience. Myron Sulzberger's Republican opponent. Fred Coudert, Jr., asked in a debate: -'While I was in the (New York State) legislature. -•/.at was my opponent doing? Sulberger's devastating rejoinder: "I was with the Marines—at Bougainville". Metropolitans are eating "lox" with their fingers. Local bagel bakers are on strike. Medicos report that Theodore G. Bilbo ha: .i dangerous mouth infection. You Said it. doctor! PREDICTION Drew Pearson deserves lots of credit for ihe thorough exposure of Senators Bilbo's war contract gouging. But we predict that if "ill-health" doesn't prevent Bilbo from appearing for his seat at all, he'll be refused. Not because of tion in the Mississippi Democratic primaries. BROADWAY GOSSIP. Foreign Commissioner Molotov says his father went to school with Al Jolson's father in Russia. Asked why "Sonny Boy" isn't in "The Jolson Story" picture, Al explained that it was cut out after a Hollywood preview at which the great sentimental ballad jerked so many tears that the audience couldn't see the rest of the picture. Benny Goodman celebrates his tenth year as King of Swing and is America's most generous band leader. Rumors are trading Hank Greenbcrg to MacPhails' Yankee Bronx Bombers Gertrude Goldberg, of the radio "Goldberg Family," returns to the ether with a junior miss show. Old Roumania, a very Kosher nite-spot, features an O'Reilly, a McNamara and a Quinlan in its chorus line. Trades Groupij Aid Y Drive Trades divisions of tr< Y's $300,000 building lu-UJ went into action this weekp lowing a special gifts dJ I runch at the Raleigh hotel| day. Samuel A. Rivkind. Kai of the campaign, announced! SI20.ni HI run raised tof The drive will conclude Sol to make way for Con Chest solicitation. Heading the trades divisid Ben Ciller, Ike Fox, E. R.1 nenbaum, apartment hcusesj William H. Bernstein, Dr. dorc Bennan, Lou Fleis physicians; Dr. Herbert Fen allied health fields; Archie! Leo Michclson, fruit shippesj Irving FrankeLNatEl Sam Bast, Theodore Rubin,] division; Dr. William H. stein. Han Id Turk, prolo division; George J. BermanJ Eisenstein, rial estate dii| Isadore Aronovitz, haberda Edward Marx, laundry andj cleaners; Archie Brick, Lefkowitz, Philip Salmon,! Winterfield, merchants. his war contract activities, but tor his use of racial inlimidaSURPRISE SETTLEMENT OF ttfiEl Behind the news of "Operation Land." largest single coj ing move undertaken by the Jewish Agency in Palestine wej number of young Americans, it was revealed this week. Early in the morning of Oct. 6, 1,000 chalutzim beganM with machines and materials to prearranged sites to Deg J work of founding 12 new settlements in the southern j Palestine, known as the Negev. J Part of this group of 700 men and 300 women er TJ members of the Hashomer Hatzair, labor Zionist you -j meni. Many were veterans. They established the n (collective settlement) namedi. Benayah near the Arab village of Yasur. In a Jewish Telegraphic Agency dispatch from Jerusalem dated Oct. 7, it was reported that the settlements, which were built at a cost of $3,000,000, including the price of kind purchased by the Jewish National Fund, were constructed in an area which the British had planned to use for military bases. Construction was planned and carried out with utmost secrecy; and within one day the settlements were founded. They will be of strategic importance in the < vent of future plans for partition. The American participants had been trained for nine years in and co llectivc i agricultural nuu T.^ young p<*p'<: ol ;;3 and 30 yea,.-, were co lie**! ates and pr ofess>ona J before they tag M pioneers. Some %  the were am rk JewLhlVigade^; and rehabilitation nrl the refugees. 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„! the University of nit a quota system "££ croups was hailSfbB Miami Beach 1. division of the AmeriBS5gs I ts fee problem locally to K wik of the Austinfcfi Voi *." Mrs. GlasKtin-Mahoney bill wo^d l A ,a" exempt ion privileges IJlnstituti. ns of learning feSninate against mln"TBedical school's quota lin admission practices and f ion of admission records tteitted bv two deans and K of the school under tltesday at a hearing of %  York eitv council shear. college discrimination, fcispr stated E V hearing, Dr. PcIAJC'S chief consultant who J£. e in formulating the LMahoney bill, declared: leva can be eradicated fthe people will compel our fconal institutions to state If what their educational mission policies are rather „ permit them to operate I a smokescreen. ectior.s of applicants on the k of 'inadequate personErmits capricious, arbitrary Ateical selection of stuISuch practices perpetuate %  justment difficulties of unnleged groups Publicly admission and educa[practices will give our 1 government by law inf government by whim." PROMOTED the cadets who have appointments as nonsioned officers at River(Cilitary acaden y, Gaines|Ga., are Arn ild Richard son of Mrs. Dorothy Ian, Avalon hotel, Miami [who was pi im< ted to staff Richard Michael Kupson of S Kupperman, tilt hotel, Miami Beach, oral; Tevev l ilipa Woolfe, A. Ernest Woolfe, 4474 ave., Miami Beach to JCRS Annual Dance To Aid Tuberculosis ^JenislJkri&Hi Annual dance of the Greater Miami chapter, Jewish Con•umptives Relief society, has been changed to th e Ritz Plaza hotel, 1701 Collins ave., it was announced this week. The affair will be held Wednesday evening with a floorthow and orchestra highlighting the program. Mrs. William Levine, Mrs. Lee Gainsboro and Mrs. Jack Fein have arranged the event. Tickets will be sold at the door. Proceeds will increase the organization's Greater Miami hospital fund with which tubercular patients are aided. K %  watal to Th^ wish FIoriUlin) HOLLYWOOD R.K W U hew T dU r ing Services "' ^ o'l, 1 i he „Jfw*sh Community Center of Hull.w, %  ,,. 8 ; this evening. At subsequent Friday evenine man K 't S n hlS m nth KM '> Xaufman will preach „n "Modern %  > The Spirit and Sword and "Thii <, w.. Are Thankful For." VIOLINIST TO OPEN SYMPHONY SERIES Violinist Patricia Trav< rs will open the University of Miami Symphony series Sunday afternoon at the Miami Senior High school auditorium. Station WKAT will broadcast the program from 4:30 to 5 p.m. Miss Travels will play SaintSaens' "Violin Concerto No. 3 in B Minor." The orchestra, under the direction of Modeste Alloo, will open the program with li. .-.nicek's "Overture to the Opera Donna Diana." Caesar Franck's "Symphony in D Minor" will also be featured. The concert will be repeated at 8:30 p.m. Monday. Single tickets are available at the University symphony office and several local shops. Rabbi Kaufman to Speak PAGE ELEVEN LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES ""." ""' with the Cl< rk ol thi cultCour M H SARDELLA Attorm -. rr Ri-n p ; %  n ''• %  NOTK-B IS HEREBY GIVEN I UIRIDA GRINDING COMPANY -it th \v> M ml Fin ter said name win • %  "' •!'-. fH lit Courl of rad. Q Florida. JACK PRANK ISAAC PRANK ALLAN CHAYKIN ,. ALRERT OPPENHEIM VON /.A MET S VON ZAMFT. Vttorney* for A| |i lean! W Pli PI Si H/H-15-22-29 12 6 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT RESTATE OF""*"' Fl rldi %  MA BY I.AWLER, \\!\,i> MARV '-AWLOR and MARY A. LAWLER, Deceased. NOTIOE OF INTENTION TO MAKE ,\,'V ;"' ATI X 1, u FINAL DI81 HA I.'.I, ...NOTICE is hereby given that I have / %  I HI. final re -t and petition lor lhMl Dl charge as Ancillary Administrate! ;f the estate of MART LAWV'IW.'V V K x MAKY 1-^WI.oR and MAR1 A l.wvi.Kit, eased; and that on the lMh day of November. 1918. will apply ,,, the Honorable W. i'i-ini.,11. County Judge of Dade ''" %  i' 1 Tldn, for approval of said 'I • %  %  "• %  and for final discharge Vnrlllary Adinlnlstrntnr of the {,',!' %  "I M A ,RV LAWLER, A/K/A 1 UVI IT 1 ''"" %  '"'" MARY A i*.\ w i.r.i:. deceased, Thla mih day .r October, 1946 MAX R SILVER^* S "' VI R Attorney for Ancillary Administrator, ID IS 25 II '1-5 NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that Ihe undersigned have sold their husi' n "ROSERUn CRIM,," Wi • Plaitler Street, Miami, He rldn, to DAVID SEGAL, and will ponslble for any debts of betclnnlng October 23, VCOD BAMET r:i ISE 11 s \MET MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN. All..in.y-. for Sellers. %  8-15-22 Lena the Hyena to Attend Sadie Hawkins Dance NOTICE IS HEREBY niVEN the undersigned, .|. slrl • igo In buxlnera undi r the N tltloui nami AIRCRAFT INN, nl 1427 N. W. S6th .-'• Miami, Pla Intends to n said name with the Clerk of thi >'\ cult Court "f Dade County, l I %  NABER, INC. ISA \<' JOPPE, Attorney for Appll I' 'S-1.-.-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In i ns under the fictitious name of CARLYLB HOTEL, at 12.'.0 Ocean Miami Reach, Florida, intend to register Raid name with the Clerk nf the Circuit Curt of Dade County. Plorid i. riEi IROE 'I'lI.I'llERr; SYLVIA GOLDBERQ MYERS, HEIMAN .>. KAPLAN. Vtl %  neys for Applicants. 10/25 1! 1-8-15-22 Lena the Hyena will make an appearance at the Sadie Hawkins Day dance to be given by the Emanon club at the Miami Y 9 p.m. Sunday, Nat Ftk::.-. social chairman, promises. Lena will arrive just in time for the "man-hunt race" at 10 p.m. Local girls will bo given a five minute start ahead of Lena for the protection of Miami manhood, Etkins says. Sherwood La Vigne' will provide music I Plans for a sweater dance, scheduled for Nov. 24. will be made at the club's meeting at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at tl i Y A "biggest lie" contest will follow. Each contestant will receive a gift and the winner will be presented a special prize. \' TI( i: IS HEREBY GIVEN ibe undei signed to i business under lhe fictitious nai fiCLFSTRE \M APPAREL, .i Ji N E, Plrsl Street, Miami. P a to register said name with the Hi nl the C\n 'ii' Court of Dade d i' %  HAROLD S MEYERS Al. ROEMER Bt'RNETT ROTH, Attorney for Applli ant". !• 8-15-22 %  12/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslne i under the fictitious i THE SOCTHERN WINDOW PLEAN INC COMPANY, at I2S N, W Avenue, Miami. Pla Intend ti leter said name "i'li the Cli i: I Courl of Dadi ''• inty Pli HARRY KAHN JOSEPH SILPER Parti !2-2!l 12 6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I th. : *lgi ed, di %  • • H \ Y SHORE HOTEL, al 55! N. B, %  SI Ml in : Pli la Intend to I name Ith the ''i> rk ol the i : '" 1 1 HARR1 PRIEDMAN .8-15-22 29 ^^_^^__ LEONARD A. LEVINE, Pres. IRVING BLASBERG, Treas. WITff DIGNITY AND RESPECT our competent staff > is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service 5-5844 m WO ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH R V7. WILSON fun. Dl. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the firtltiouH name %  %  f niscayne Venetian Blind Oomll 1201 N. W, 22nd Ave.. Miami. I I Intends to register Bald name %  •ii the rlerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade Potiniy. SAMUEL P. FLOOD. JR.. Sola Owner. %  • 11:1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ii II. l. rsigned, desiring to engage In i is under the fictitious name o' HRO.WIZ\TI''iN" MIMKOCRAPHINO TYPCTYRITING BERVICB at 60(1 Bldg., Room 22, Miami •nl. T HIS 'ii register said name Clerk of the Circuit Court Ci .nil-. Florida. CELIA TRACRIO. Sole Owner. 8/23-1 S \ riCE i-' HEREBY GIVEN that Igned desiring to engage in the fictitious name of I.E'SAT. STENOGRAPHIC TYPEWRITINO SERVICE al inn Lincoln %  i Ida B i 22 Miami Reach In• %  said name with the %  the Circuit Court of Dade %  %  T-"..' i.i.i CELIA TR.M'RIG. Pule Owner. %  %  %  -, 11 1-5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that •i desli Ing to engage In mder the fictitious name of ST A HL-FREEMAN uitnrERY at :-. V W 27th Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Innalri name with the fir ull fotirt of Dade pioi Ida. ,II-I.II--T, PREBMAW, CHARLES K. STAHL. Partners. FTAPRT DIBTZ v %  %  for Vnpllcnnts .. ^ Rldg. m/m-2.1 ii '1-8-15 NOTtr-P IS HPREP.Y GIVEN thai lei d desiring to eneaee In ... n ,;. r thi fictitious name of ani'TITERN HROYl'ARB PAINT ai'PPLY ii 79S N. Miami Avenue pi i Intend to register "aid with the Clerk nf the rirrult Hourl "f Dfldn Conntv T-'inrliln. q I\I OTBPVP VN M1T.TOV BirHS TiiPor>onF r RKOWITZ, in Seyhold Bldg Utornev for \oplleants. in '2S H '1-S-13-2S NOTICE IS TIERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In I der "i" fictitious name of ri \yr.n-M ROWLING LANFfl. at • -:; q W, th Street. Coral Gables, i Intends ti i' gist" r said name ..i-i, the Clerk ••' the Cirenlt Court f Dade Countv. Plnrlds. _,,___ MYERS. HEIMAN ,cKAPLAN. \..,..,.v '..' \ii|dle.int. n / ti 'i-s.i-.-22 NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that ...,, desiring to engage In i = under the fictitious name or \V\Yrt and petition for Final Discharge as Admlnisti.-urlx of ,he estate of Samuel l„ o-'/L" 1 '! 1 'Ifjenscd: and that on aV?,Nr', h ay ,, of November. 1946. win c „,. i \ ""norable W. F. Blanton. ("unty Judge of Dade Countv, Florida. fnr 'Z'"i" V aI Z' Hiiid final rp rt "'! ror final discharge as Administratrix deceased:^"" "' Sa,nuel B "esner. This 1'ith day of October, 1946 MAX R. S^ET^' 10 GESN,:R iwSwbS A,lmlnlstrat x IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT n.i BMR F il H "ADB COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18346. In Re: Estate of ANNIE PEPPER NOTICE TO CREDITORS nl". All Creditors and All Persons Haying Claims Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby nuliried and required to present any alms and demands which vou, or either of you, may have against the -t.,1. -of ANNIE PEPPER, deceased, late of Ride County, Florida, to the Mon. V. F. Illanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse %  n Dnilo County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said cl,tlms or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid VL. sa m ? wl he ba rred. 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. ll/l-S-15-22 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18347. In Re: Estate of LEON A THERESA SKINNER, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims Against Said Estate: You. anil each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims nnd demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of LEONA THERESA SKINNER, deceased, late of Dade County, Plot-Ida, 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 he 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. Attorney for Administrators. ll/l-8-K,-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. rVsiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Light-Crafters at 1747-49 S. W. 8th SB court of^ad^Co.mty.^or.da. MEYER COHEN. RALPH KIRSOIT. • Partners. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. ;0:11-1I-W; UiW 4 •: %  II < •• %  >i;, %  if i 3 I i.\ i i i 1 i : i II .1 \



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ilbJEIIiOipidliiQun THE JEWISH UNITY! £^7< THE JEWISH WEEK L "^TNUMBER45 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS 10 SOUTHERN ZIONISTS TO CONVENE HERE i r To Attend )rld Congress Miami L, Miami Will have four Ctives at the World 1 Congress in Basel, Switz[ Dec'". They are Mr. and MrS Shepard Broad and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Goodman. (' %  o od m a n who is national treasurer of the Zionist Organization of America, and Broad, chairman of the Miami Beach district |o! direcbe Zionist land Mrs. I left yesllor New |w here D secui e land arllist-minBROAD HB beng on the Queen Eliza|iext Thursday. Mr. and idman, now in New York, i to leave for Europe on Is. through England and tare being planned by the ins. The two men hope I gel to Pale-tine after the [and Mrs, Broad were preIkeys to the City of Miami I by Mayor Herb Frink at iami Beach Zionist district n in the National hotel lay. Tribute was paid ptoad by a number of city and civic leaders, info Police Chief Albert Simppo provided a police escort airport for the couple tday. pBroads will sail home from t Dec. 27. X. VI Skills Columbians NEW YORK, (JTA) — New York State acted this week to crack down on the Columbians, new anti-Semitic, anti-Negro organization, a branch of which is reported to be functioning here. In a telegram to the chief ol police in Atlanta, Ga., headquarters of the Columbians, Atl mi .General Nathaniel Goldsteii asked for available evidence concerning the Columbians' operation in New York. The Atlanta police head had said that the group had chapters in New York, Philadelphia and Gary, Ind., in addition to the Georgia capital. Four members of the Columbians were arrested in Atlanta while picketing a house purchased by a Negro from white owners. Several days ago police averted a clash between members of the Columbians and a group of Jewish war veterans who attended a meeting of the pro-fascist group. Emery C. Burke, its president, declared at the meeting that "the fight has begun and we are going to make it hotter and hotter until you (the Jews) go back to the Bronx, where you came from; and I say one day we are going to, march into the Bronx." Homer L.' Lewis, secretary of the group,; stated that the "Jews have nevei taken the trouble to bee n i American citizens in thi that other people from Western Europe have. They think only of preserving the Jewish traditions, the Jewish way of life and, worst of all, Jewish bloodlines." Veterans, church and legal groups in Atlanta have condemned the organization. Meanwhile. Richard E. Gutstadt, national director of the B'nai B'rith AntiDefamation League, has revealed here that his organization is keeping "close scrutiny" on the Columbians. He characterized the movement as numerically insignificant and composed of "vicious youngsters led by even more vicious men who are seeking to gain national attention by committing acts of vandalism, creating public disturbances and attacking defenseless Negroes. M. A. Hornsby, Atlanta police chief, expressed the belief that 5,000 Refugees Expected Soon NEW YORK. (JTAX—Aboui 5,000 displaced persons from the An rican-occupied zonein Gery and Austi rei xpected to reach the United States as quota immigrants during November and December, it was reported by Edwin Rosenberg, president of United Service for New Americans. The new arrivals, of many nationalities and all faiths, will still leave the number of refugees and displaced persons reaching here in 1946 far below the 39,000 goal set by President Truman and permitted by the immigration laws. Mr. Rosenberg said. Nevertheless, he added, a maor effort will be required by United Service for New Americans, whose work is supported by the United Jewish Appeal, to provide for their welfare, resettlement and adjustment to American life. SHAPIRO Dr. Goldstein Reports On Oxford Conference First report to reach Miami i on the interfaith conference i held recently in Oxford. England, will be given by Dr. Israel Goldstein, past president of the Zionist Organization of America, during his visit here next week. Dr. Goldstein, who was an official U.S. delegate to the conference, will speak on "The World Conference of Christians and Jews" at a luncheon Tuesday. Nov. 19, at the National hotel. The event will be sponsored by the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Reservations may be made at the conference office, 1010 Pan Amerthe Columbians shoulder insignia, a red lightning flash on a white background, was copied from that worn by a Nazi youth organization in Germany. Meanwhile, the Atlanta city attorney has ruled that any action barter mS com. from the state mstead of fr im tl e city p Uec. 27. chief, expressed me %  %  Son Close HaTToniriiate *< ist A % %  h Two of his remark, tended to UPIT. ,. .._ _i.: J ihi ho and othIWO i n ... this Four hundred delegates from Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana are expected to attend the ninth annual conference of the Southeastern region, Zionist Organization of America, at Miami Beach Nov. 15 through 19, with headguarters a' the National hotel. Convention hosts will be the Miami Beach Zionist district of which Jack D. Burris is president. Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach is convention chairman. Highlight of the conference will be a banguet at the Fleetwood hotel Monday evening, Nov. 18, at which Dr. Israel Goldstein, past president of the Zionist Organization of America, BURRIS will be the prmcipa i spe aer. In charge of the banguet is Matthew Silverstein of Miami Beach. The parley will be formally opened at 3 p.m. next Friday with the convening of the Inter-Regional Youth Commission of which Robert M. Travers of Atlanta, Ga., is chairman. Sabbath services will be held in the various Miami and Miami Beach congregations, with special observance under the direction of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical association. An Oneg Shabbat will be held at the National hotel at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, under the auspices of the Greater Miami chapter of hadassah, of which Mrs. Abraham Goodman is president. ; MAYOR TO WELCOME DELEGATES j At 8 p.m. Saturday, Mayor Herb Frink will welcome the delegates and Burris and Shapiro will extend greetings. Abe i Berkowitz of Birmingham, Ala., president of the region, will deliver an address after which chairmen's reports will be rendered by S. B. Benamy of Atlanta, treasurer; Jack M. Levy I of Savannah, Ga., chairman of the administrative committee, and Adelburt Freedman of Atlanta executive director. Discussion of the proposed constitution will be held Sunday, 1 Nov. 17, and will be led by Robert A. Persky of Augusta, Ga., 1 chairman of the constitution committee. The afternoon session will include reports on the Palestine situation with Marcy Kronsberg, vice president of the region, i in charge. Veterans enrollment, public relations, Palestinian funds and election of officers will also be on the agenda. Carl Alpert, managing editor of the New Palestine magazine, will lead a panel discussion on press relationships at 4 p.m. Sunday. An elaborate youth program will highlight the Sunday evening events with Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director of the American Zionist Youth commission, Scheduled as guest speaker. JNF ON AGENDA Monday morning's session will be devoted to the Jewish National Fund, with Ike Abelson of Birmingham presiding. Harold Stern of Nashville, Tenn., chairman of the regional JNF WTA E. GROSSMAN *" Close doesn't like the rh --'al, Sen. Claude Pepper, Pwnegan, CPA, OPA, labor f Marxism (which he beyranklin D. Roosevelt fol, Eur "pean influences on %  *ment. Russia, bureauugh taxes. htVV the Republicans lb,': Burton K Wheeler, |"ai• was defeated for reT ? y \ he "New York money ."skers and the GoldfcjN orator, Close let off En* eal "team before H£ 0 Dlnni r dub at the • Cm Club W ^nesday _* ; a e r j 0c 'Persons attended. R A USsia the 8 r <*tM Pt *"' d ^'w Dealism the Ichtap, V ^, k '_ d : _'eferences to Two of his remark? tended to He claimed that he and othT thl er topnotch" newsmen knew sn-vwc' H e referred to before th. "*/'"*££ ne suppression of an early election that Franklin D. Roose < i u ScmiU ,~ pamphlet perpetrated on the Amencan nj ^ £ c people. phStilwellintheOr.en.deIdyllic over the Republican vie„„,; that Ctaj^fS questory in Tuesday's elections, C Japan when Clos. P oredicted that the new Congress „„, t0 him. wnf'declare peace to end war^ STKl time controls; cut salaries of Fed that he hja eral employers and get rid d ,, ked in ,.he toedpe many of them, whom h ai He said there were eg" m -p.id propagandists living g ,„ suppreSS such ^^m. propag— tax money;" readmi tax money;' reila "''"-"~ .. nnc Wagner act so that it is not on. sided" and write new laboi ien -• r lat'on. „, 'r -M-'ticle. the Flamingo Dm Hitting OPA rent control, Close o tl at a" t declared that landlords are no ei „,„ the clul .. tha inn"* !" j it*, fewish Floridian printed '.' I JS5 Close's background l fXLk FoUowing publication last weeK. r ri : ,„,inffo Dinl^wnment rmtrly led the mak in ? less moncy refused.) BERKOWITZ DR. GOLDSTEIN committee, will render his report. The luncheon that day will be dedicated to the American-Christian Palestine committee. While the convention will formally close with the dinner Mcvidav evening, delegates who remain through Tuesday will be entertained by Miami Beach members at house parties, fishing trips, sightseeing and boating. workers. I IJ" %  i !;1 r m



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I %  %  I .• i PAGE TEN 'Jewlsii ncridtofl FRIDAY. I12VEMBER, Temple Israel Group To Fete Students Kindergarten and first grade pupils of Temple Israel Sunday school will be entertained at a party from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs. L. R. Kupper, 521 E. diLido dr. Mrs. Ellard Kohn will assist the hostess. This will be the first in a series of social events for Temple religious school classes which the Sisterhood's new Sunday school committee is planning. Mrs. Norman Rossman. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein and Mrs. Harold B. Cohen are members of the committee. The series will culminate with a Chanuka jamboree for the entire Sunday school Dec. 22. A mock ceremony wedding new brides of the Temple to the Sisterhood was performed by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman at the first meeting of the season Monday. Over 200 women attended the luncheon in Kaplan hall, Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, president, reports. The new Sisterhood lounge was dedicated by Mrs. Harry Boyell, chairman, who formally turned the key over to the Temple. Joseph Harnell. pianist, played his own composition. Mis. James Bass was chairman of the luncheon, assisted by Mrs. Bertha Lach, member of the November hospitality committee. Vets May Form Council To Get Housing Attempting to solve the housing problem for veterans, the Robert Richter AMVETS p si is asking all Miami Beach veterans groups to form a council, Nat Pollack, AMVETS commands. announced this week. "With a united front, we can approach the Miami Beach city council or the state legislatun and get some action." he said. First woman to join the Beach AMVETS post is St. Esther Levy who signed up Monday night. The po-t will sponsor a concert featuring Rubinoff and his violin Feb. 12 at the Miami Beach Senior high scho< 1. SEEK MEMBERS Miami chapter of Hadassah is seeking new members ntewsted m the work the organ./.at.on s d ing to build Palestine. For this purpose a membership tea wi 1 be Cff Nov. IB at the M.anu Wornen's club, 1737 N. Bayshore dr. HMO Dance Scheduled \ nual dinner-dance sponsored by th< Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah will be held Jan. 5 a t the Copacabana. Proceeds W ill benefit the Hadassah medical organization. Mrs. Joseph M. Upton 651 Wc-t 47th st.. Miami B( a ch, is taking reservations. Seeks Project Report Mrs. Benjamin Appel, 4430 Roy.d Palm ave., is asking summer project u rkers of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged to turn their accounts in to hi r. The project will be cor.eluded Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the W I hotel. Animal Hospital Open Dr. Stanley C. Wasman, veterinarian, ann uncothe opening of the new Miami Beach Animal Hospital, 1929 Purday ave., al 201 it. and the Bay. Office houi are b tween 9:30 a.m. and i oon, 1 to 4 :<0 p m. and by appointment. Oil i I ii a rii*s LIGHTMAN Sara Ughtmiui, forme;' rei Iwr\ the WAC from March, IMS, % J S r Ste VldcllffConee.clai|i ..... held n law degree I unlven.lt} and wss alumna ,,, ,,„. io br< Teachers college, ttpx, v and Columbia university, N -'.""Jl'.'rn several yean In Palea,, n S e h and P !olned the faculty of Jempk ,,,„.,„„„, „,,..,„ jchooi tahw Bagi,.1,1 \lii-. upon her return. She %  p .a.nt '. Junior Hadassah of Jhal clt" In IMS. Later she made h, home in Ml.onl Beach. j. survived by her father, two brother, I,,,, ,„., B |„iers. ..n of Maaaachuaetta. ,i WM |„ the family plot • %  IVlhmn, S II. following, services Lowell. 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 G r a u e r, Rev. Maurice Mamches. • REFORM: TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th st., Miami; Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. CONSERVATIVE: CONGREGATION BETH J > 35 N W. Third avT bb Max Shap, ro ;£ Abraham Friedman Z BEACH JEWISH f 1415 Euclid ave, Mitoij,, ab W '"-ing Lehrman Z Sloan, executive director. LIBERAL: TEMPLE BETH SHOLOMChase ave.. Miami Beath-J Leon Kronish, Cantor | Kel' Party Planned for OES MJOC SERVICES Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative The Hebrew Benevolent association of Like Worth held its annual picnic Sunday. Louis Wyman, 53. one of th< : cattlemen in the Glades and owm r of extensive n acklands, died last Tuesday at Belle Giade. Owner of a large Martin county ranch, ne settled in Florida in 1926, ci ming here from New York, Survivoi incl i wife, Mrs. Sylvia Wyman, and : -old .-"n. David. Burial was in Woodlawn ceme• %  y, West Palm Beach, with Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiJack Kapner, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodgi has been ask, I bj Gov. Millard Caldwell to serve on the committee of public information for tl i highway safetj p: i gram. LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM Mrs. Carl Bruk< i ft Id was i!e. ted president of the senioi chapter of Hadassah last Thursday. She will serve with Mrs. Irving Kapner. vice president; Mrs. Cy Schupler, secretary; Mrs. Louis Hyman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ida Feldman, treasurer; Mrs. Evelyn Isler, Youth Aliyah; Mrs, Mike Kalmutz, JewNational Fund: Mi.-. Ben Wolfson, Mrs. Dezso Julius, Hadassah Medical Organization; Mis. Elsie Levitan and Mrs. Phil Blitcher, education and American affairs. Mrs. David A. Newman, program; Mrs. Alexander Gordon. Mis. Ida Feldman, hospitality; •Mrs. Manuel Greenstein, Mis. R. S. Weingarten, teleph ne squad; Mrs. Frank Barer, publicity; Mis. Sam Steinberg, chairman; Mrs Sam Zaret, Mrs. Sylvan Sail) r. Mrs. Sophie Snyder, co-chairmen. membership committee. li. ii of ihe Mi ndii) • EDELSTEIN i %  ...,..„ EdeUteln, 64, owner Little .ii h. to Miami In I8S1 to"" Mrs. Lena Simon, state welfare chairman of the grand chapter, Florida Order of the Eastern Star, announces a pre-Thanksgiving dessert bridge party will be sponsored by Mrs. George Lelaire at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, at her home, 467 N.E. 55 ter. Proceeds will benefit the organization. ,. River Bhoe store, flieji me, MO N. B. 7tn to Miami In 19S7 from lluvnnu, Cuba, where he foui 1 and i • %  president of i fi.tm iHiaellta. In l" ; -'. I33 i,! "' '•*! '"' .. n honorable mention In who s w | ., ,.< Ami I wi Jewry Journal for "uutatandlnti Kervlcen to Jewry ana liuniHiitn Surviving are his wU* \ •• ad lughu Mrs Lydla Qoldi,. rg; .i -"". Harold P. EdeUteln, and [her, Albert EdeUteln, all ••' Miami Service* were held in Palmer Funeral Home chapel with burial In the fni.il> plot i.f Mt. Nebo cemetery. RABINOWITZ Mis Sophie RablnowlU, 80. <>f ISIS hrexH ave., died Sunday. 8h came rrom New Vorh clt) six year* ago and raves o I ephew, Sidney Kuliek. Sri \ ..were held Tuesday nt the Workmen'* Circle Lyceum, with burial In Workmen's Circle cemetery, under dl. i "ii of rsordon (Mineral home. NIESEN rlarry noldman Nleaen, 11, <>f 1221 Meridian ave.. died late last Thursil II night. Hi Isurvived by hli parents, Mr and Mrs. Sidney Nlesen. and two brother*. Services were held Siiiule. in Riverside Memorial chapel. ACER MiRose Ager, T'l. of M4J Alton •I. died Saturday She came here three years ago from Atlantic City, N .1 where the body was sent by Riverside Memorial chapel. Surviving I" 1 hei husband, Nathan; a son. Morris, and two daughters, Mrs I^.ttle i trlch nd Mrs Dora Twain, all of Beach. CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Beit care for chronic sick, con. valescent and elderly people. igB^Large Beautiful Grounds^ H Services will be held at tb.i ami Jewish Orthodox Ccnc tion 5:15 p.m. Friday and J Saturday. Rabbi Murray G will preach on the portion of week tomorrow morning. Jjja will be at 5 p.m. Saturday (oil cd by Shalos Sudos. MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Mlzell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Favllle, Funeral Directors 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach, Fla. PLATKIN Mis Rose Platkln, 91, mother of M Sitd e Nathan. 1(00 Miehlgan ave., • 1 i.-1 las) Wednesdaj in New rork city. GOTTLIEB Oeorge K Oottlleb. ^4. of l"tr. Meld i\. died last Thursday: Surviving are three daughters and two -oiis. one of whom, [uli Oottlleb, • HI Miami t-i a< h Servlcef wore • thi R|v< rslde Memorial > hapel. SCHULMAN hulman, •.'•'.. ,,r 1428 Collins jv< tiled last Thursday, Hileaves other, Mrs s,hulman. and a hrothi r and ., nistei The bodv :, Riverside Memorial klyn. chapel ti LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUNDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES SerTing Palm Beach County, featuring tnt Nationally Famoui Southern Dairies Pro duett and lea Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE RAAB MiRally Raab, "<. of s;t funimere. Hi died In %  hospital last rimrsdnv. She came to Miami Beach • "" Philadelphia and M 'v. and a daughter. :',.' ,"" s '"was a member of regatlon Services OIISTDVI "'" B ach Memorial Your Complete Department Store With QualVty Merchandise Washington ATO. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flaeler St.. Miami C ^r7\0 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i L-m. 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PAGE SIX Jewist ncriciton FRIDAY i ,' i h %  r i Balfour Declaration To Be Brunch Theme The Balfour declaration will be the theme of the program during a brunch which will be sponsored by Junior Hsdassah at noon Sunday in the Nail mal hotel Rabbi David Raab of Ft. Lauderdale will be guest speaker am! Marion Cohen will sing Palestinian folk songs. Miss Natalie Frankel, president, will receive the guests with the chapter's advisors, Mrs. Alex Van Straaten and Mrs. Jar.don Schwarz. Miss Eilcen Cowen and Miss Florence Stein have arranged the program. In charge of the brunch is Miss Arlenc Rose, assisted by Miss Kcsalyn Drosd, decorations; Selma Lewis, hospitality; Doris Shapiro, invitations; Gladys Tipper, telepl Shirley Pardo, publicity; Deris Albin, reservations. Miss Frankel, who is vice president of the Southeastern region of Junior Hadassah and a member of the national board, and Miss Hilda Schwartz, recording secretary < f the local chapter, will be delegates to tinnational convention. Nov. 28 to 30. in At !,.ntic City. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss SHOLEM LODGE TO SEE H EXHIBIT Oysher Concert Set The famous actor, M o ishe Oysher, will appear in person ;it a c inert Sunday, Dec. 15th, at Miami Beach High school. Oysher as been acclain ed by the American critics athe Jewish. Caruso. He has playi d the titli roles m lassical films "The Cantor's Son," "Yonel the Blacksmith," "Song of C,l ry." He also had a • : ; ; arl in thi Amei ican film, "Song of Ru This will be the first local persona] appearance of the actor. \v: o is now cantoi in one of the largest synagogues in New York. George JTalianoff, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defama tion league, will discuss the oi sanitation's work i, mbatting bigotry at the special ADL right meeting to be hi Id bv Shokm lodge. B'nai B'rith, 8:15 p.m. Tue day at the Elks hall. 0 N. E. Third ave A preview of a new Frank Sinatra motii n picture will he shown and special recordings will I <• played. Marx Ft ml ng will lead community singing "I -Songs of Friendship." An xh.ihit f ADL work will be on display. Isaac Levin, chairman oi the nominating comn ittee, will bring in a slate of officers for 1H47. B'nai B'rith Women are invited to attend the prog r a m. A similar ADL nigl t was held by i i Beach B'nai B'rith Tuesday night. Mrs. Weintraub to Be Sisterhood Speaker Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, prominent in Dade county civic affairs, will be guest speaker at the annual membership tea to be given by the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob congregation 2 p.m. Wednesday at the hpme of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, 711 Lenox ave. A graduate of the University of Miami, Mrs. Weintraub is a past president of the Dade County SOMBER I AZAB 0y l0 At Annual Service Annual AZA held at thn u; J" VlCe *J1 1 Rabbi i rvin pi each on "Th.V;i man lrt Trials of,. On State Committee Milton We iss and Stanley C. Myi rs are among Dad< ecu: ty U adi rs nan I by Gov. Millard F. Caldwell to I elp promote a statewide | to control and prevent delinquency. Zionist Office Open At Convention Hotel Offices of the Miami Beach Zionist district were moved to the National hotel 1677 Collins ave.. this week in preparation for the southeastern regional convention next week. Jack D. Burris. president, announced. Through the courtesy of Edward J. Singer, operator of the hotel, a room has been set aside in the lobby for the district. Miss Roslyn Kivel is serving as secretary. Telephone number of the office is 58-3311. The hotel will be convention headquarters. Beth Jacob Services Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on the theme "A Child Is |B< IT." at adult Sabbath services Ial 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Beth ,! ib congregation. Intermediate services f< r teen Lehn i n< T. dered Jew." Participant* in n, man, H,. r | )P t K • /-"ry j ack pia "' MoV„a raham Friedman JftS ST ** b >^ Adult Saturday etv scheduled f, lr I^T**! rabbi wiU disciiVa Portion 0 f lhc fa *£ iregation will meet at'i Jack Burris, president a Miami Beach Zionist distrii J* Bu. I speaker at \v t BBG-R. Mitzva break! m. Sun The Young Peoples m meet 8:30 p.m. Monday .•; •A'.i —Miami lHily News photo MRS. JACK HIRSCH Federation of Women's clubs. She si i ved as head of the local defense council during the war. Mrs. Irving Genet, graduate of the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, will play several selections on the piano ,. youtl will be at !> a.m. under'Community singing, led by Canthe supervision of the hoard of tor Louis D. Feder will follow. jducation Mrs. Jack Hirscb, president of „ ;n _,. „ the Sisterhood, will welcome the June r congregation will nwct • ... a, 10 a.m. with Max Bertman of "<** %  Toohnicolor f.lr,,s will be the faculty as superintendent. >> %  Formal inturiucti.nof ; „ __ '.,„,,,,,..,,,, new members will be followed by • '";, J T& > h wl ; a B social hour around the samovar of the kiddush oi those who at Kr and tend vouth services. ATTENTION Dr. ILL a Chiropodist and Foot Specialist Formerly of Roney Plaaj Whitman Hotels Is Now At the late Dr. Fannie Ro Office 1424 N. W. 7th Ami w | Hours 11 to 4 P.M. Evenings lor Appointn Telephone 3-4016 DELINQUENCY IS TOPIC Mincha at 5 p.m. will b, f< Ilowed by Shalos Sudos at which the rabbi will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv will beat 5:45 p.m. Saturday. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Micani Beach Between Col'ini & Wain. Avd. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D*"IB0 131B Telephone 5-1017 Rabbi David Raab will conduct •i : vices and pi I aeh on "I toes Religion Make Any Difference?" at Ft. Lauderdale's Temple Emanu-El at H p.m. this eve: ii g, A new feature of the service is congregational singing. Ral bi Raab attended the Fli rida Probation and Parole association's annual conference at the Governors club this week and in his sermon he will discuss the confen nee and evaluate the role of religion in combatting delinquency. MacVICAR TO SPEAK I. D. MacVicar, newly-elected Dade county c< n missioner, will be guest speaker at the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge luncheon at 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown Club restaurant, Seybold bldg. Mrs. Rose Weiss will preside. Mrs. Abe Loskove is in charge of arrangements, assisted by tin Mesdamcs Irwin Makovsky, Benjamin Feld, Eugene Weiss, Louis Ebenstein, Anna R. Berow, Sam Schachno, Sidney Greenwald, Louis Makovsky and Rose Hayes. TWO ARE HOSTESSES AT BENEFIT DINNER Mrs, P. Gavin and Mrs. Sarah Abrams were hostesses at a Hah dinner and card party Oct. 29 at their home. 1528 S.W. 10th st. DorMs to Be Hosts to A substantial sum was raised for the Jewish National rund and Beach Reading Circle ithe Child Rescue Fund of the Mr. and Mrs A. M. Dorff, 947! Pioneer Women's organization Lenox ave. will be hosts to the Beach Reading circle at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. club number one. Miss Frances Cooper, president of the Business and Professional Survival of the Jewish people Women's division of Hadassah, t: rough the ages is due to then spoke on the work of chalutzim being "Am Hasafer" a nation of j in Palestine and Mrs. Henry Seit the book, A. Liebman said in a talk to tit group last week. Mr. Dorfl read and commented on a pi rtion of the Bible at the opening meeting. Mrs. Matilda Rattner presided. Meltings of the circle are open to the public. lin, president of club number one, spoke on JNF. The hostesses were assisted by Mrs. Gershon August. UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late JosEdelheit, 3084 Indiana st., Coconut Grove, will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi Murray Grauer will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney II. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives arc asked to attend. Temple Camera Club To Meet With Teacher Newly organized Temple Camera club will meet at 8:30 p.m. Monday at the studio of E. Allen Beker, 5565 La Gc rce dr. Becker, former professional photography teacher in Baltimore, is temporary chairman of the group which is sponsored by the Temple Beth Sholom Men's club. Colored slides will be used at the meeting, Becker said. He has converted his two-story garage into a photographic studio. Membership in the club is open to the general public. H # YoUHAOeA TOOTHACHE SOU oo r 0 THE DENTIST 'HORRV UP" |poC-I60 T Ai PAIN/ I _^ 'ft-*! DESKS EXECUTIVE TYPIST RECEPTIONIST STUDENT : CHAIRS EXECUTIVE TYPIST STRAIGHT Student Desk Comb. 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bAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1946 !" ^" right 1946, Seven Art Feature Syndicate) PLAIN TALK FROM ALFRED SEGAL *Jm1slh ITli/rSdrfon PAGE NINE BRADLEY TO GET !" r^: 0 peM THERE ARE NO JEWS 3inph l3t entitled 'There Are^No Jews/'Jjy M. Chanis, 3S£ len^nd its title is Mr. Chanis' interpretation of the'ideas ^Hress" 150 East Broad st.. Columbus, Ohio, has been „ound'thc country. It's most intelligently handled and onist Council for American Judaism. I mTans to suggest that these anti-Zionists are people who I Jina io establish that there are no Jews in the sense of %  t ahood l' k Scotchmen or Irishmen; that Jews are just P an c oi Englishmen or Swedes of the Jewish faith. Chanis insists that we are a people with a good family Mts run dtep in the* ,| man, even as I whose Luai history rl< ot ti"Greeks rcach Knto'P „ and Plata Kat brings up an old Ljust and what a I' e For,— I shall try to Ittecas y oi a Jew ,tt f g ? all Segal. What fsegal % % %  his statUS 3S iportant man u-ry. He i seldom seen at nations lived. among which Jews It was a nation within nations and I, as a Jew, should go back where I came from. Segal can't K „ along witl a dead Hitler in the mi)! | e ol lin any more than he i >uld with a live Hitler in the I. lerei. Hitler, dead oi mains wrong. Sometimes a n oi -J ( stranger, asks Segal v. tionality is. He ask.the quesinable debates [srai: likes to have a I ever settling i | time, wit ting. t is a man in middle age and, lefore, almost u not quite setin .".:.c %  • tions. This is Ly that <•• i t hig age he is I change his mind He rei ol intellectuliun^tI lit is .i symptom of |i „.-....and heart of proud. (He : the arteries.) i short, Segal is like a great by other humble men in KL They are rather con| in all this tumuli of Is|fs leaders riding in many lions of being Jewish. So i we con-ccr lhe case hisIof Segal we may be looklit an auincntic sample of Itommon mitn in Israel. ques Segal replies: "By natii I am an American. 1* to ask what my religion i l am Jewish." He thinks of himself as an American of Jewish religion. He knows that this concept of being Jewish is a hiss and a byword among Jews, but he sticks lo il. He says I know no nationality but that of being an An my loyalty recognizi i no hood or nationality but l which I belong in the I States, no distinctive:.!< %  : plehood other than thai American people. I am no les 1 Jew. Segal thinks he fulfills the I highest Jewish pi %  len he tries to bring the idealism I Jewish teaching ti. the Ami [ scene. He feels Jewish enough I when in general presses fi r which • proud of his! he writes (the Jt w pi \ i that he is' sideline of his) he speaks u| who : uch of his | justice for Negroes in a commu%  Well uiah and David I nity that despises tl A nong them but | Jew he feels complimented and hem only if he fulfilled when a reader, some expression of good will towards Negroes, writes: "You'n nothing but a damn Jew." > says Segal. I am recognized Jew in this.) Segal feels Jewish i whenever in his general %  he is the champion for just any of the oppressed or underprivileged, when :.. writes ;< piece for decent housing in place of slums, whenever he with compassion. Yes, Mi Chanis, there are plenty "i Jews who feel Jewish enoug their lights of Jewish id< to the common life. Thi even feel the more J' cause their Judaism is beinj filled in the world, is ni I serving in the confini made ghetto. They go aloni Segal in saying they are A cans of the Jewish faith. As for Palestine. Segal ri in the fine achievements of Jews v '' %  M mi Beach (respondent killed : : '' %  '!' ill b( honored toi ight when • Will b< : '" G On B %  dley, Stars & York city. Kohn's Mr, and M Harry Kohn, 4500 I • ami B< .,. | %  'Vill attend the reui ion i il guests. The Miami Bi a 1944 a trims:. | %  lii %  '• by Gen gun fire Kohn : luated Ui Florii •42 and i Beach ; i 1938 A the Univi Kohn was a mei P Bel i Kappa schol traternil Florid i Blue Key, and edited e. He wa Pi Lambda PI social I Sigma Delta alistic fral ty. Afl tion I i la, I as ei by tl Si Petersburg Ti reporti nd feature v duction into the Army. A scholarship li ,.n fund n ly wa.-. i itablished by his i i at 1 Universitj lism department .. hoi or of A Kohn, SERVE CHILDREN Refn enl i ttei Beth David • turday n n Mrs. Louis liar./ is chairmai %  hood committee which .. charge of arrangements, Rabbi Max S will begin 151 series of lute Friday eveervices at 8:15 p.m. this evening at Beth David synaIn observance of Armistice Day, Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject "Men Without Country and Religion." A icia] hour will follow in the %  ii with Mr. and Mrs. Hen Kandel serving as hosts in i 1 their wedding anniversary. The i lowers for the pulave been donated by Harry Topkis in memory of his wife. Sabbath services will be held :i0 a.m. Saturday with Student-' si vie s at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will preach on the portion of law. A kiddush will follow in the auditorium under the hip of Mrs. Louis Hartz. BETA TAU TO BECOME NATIONAL AFFILIATE Beta Tau fraternity of the University of Miami will become a chapter of Zeta Beta Tau national organization at installation ceremonies to be held in December. New pledges are David Leslie, Stanley Halpern, Irwin Futerfas, Leonard Abel, Donald Mayerson, Donald Barmack, Leonard Pearl, Leonard Treister, Jay Janoff and Ronnie Stoff, of Miami and Miami Beach; Simon Kreindler, Austin Haldenstein and George Pecora, New York; Herbert Ives, Cleveland, and Sam Rabin, Cincinnati. Officers are James N. Kahn, president; Ronard Ager, vice president; Edgar M. Haltzman, treasurer; Milton Mamber, recording secretary; Marvin Green, corresponding secretary; Fred Cornfield, sergeant-at-arms. AUGUST BROS ftw %  7 Is the BEST.' Roth Opens Men's Shop t in his ay, to measPP. with people I.' .id is like Beit has noth> du *'itl or nation or P" Jewish poli^' %  "id arc part 1 : man and J'spnaY is it they were r*i from leals of his pen. '**i Seg lea of being L concept. He r* : ••' %  J h statehood puts him in lav or ItalI, ieste or a ? lan d< : a slice of vi .11 that the ; nati in Palestine I umpared with [long hi-;. metimea he %  pn sal may iVrV n : "eficient del !" 7' Hi era whether f" 0ul d exist if all of if b 01 F, fHr uc ,,„. r erce ln Building r Ct,0n on Miami Beach STRAND RE-OPENS Ri opening of the Strand Resv, n %  n ave. and Miami Beach, was anwi ek. Thi ditioned restaurant, which is open atec I Si ving the ': ;!. li iy." nd is the Full mi : : I hat il 1 i II be si ired by eds of 1 ire of Oi me trees planted Max • CI %  ng to the 1 rican J nd I efensi rhis s but 5| ializing in hard-to-get : andise is Roth's Men Shop, ii2T Washington ave., which was j by Dan Roth. The stoic will be open evenings. Roth, formerly associated with ni Beach city governn: ni. active in Jewish War '." an affairs. for REST CONVALESCENTS jCtBOMcCtfai -Ray Park Ith Resort .: tia] %  .' %  I v ::.:•. I'ke theli y iu don't %  ; 11 him. 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5^7^V M VTX?T JJy, NOVEMBER 8. 1946 feft^ 1 ST 4 Li Hebrew School K D,oWKh was elected f, „f the Miami Hebrew P id nH Junir Congregation K ay a night to suceed Myron rnrcvMich will serve with K i! Becker, Mack ApfelP Sam Rosenblum, vice h ^Jack Stone treasurer; K e Ikincl, recording secrettfSCoulton, corPALESTINIAN HERE TO AID HABONIM Moshe Zamir of Palestine arrived here Friday to aid in further organization of the local Habonim labor Zionist youth group He will remain hero for a month. Zamir was principal speaker at a Balfour Day celebration sponsored by the Hahonn,, Sunday night at Beth David synagogue. Habonim, which moots Sunday evenings at the Boach Y, sponsors Hebrew classes for members at Beth David. Recent activities included an outing and an Oneg Shabbat. Discussions i f labor Zionism follow the business meetings each week. Officers are Harold R„b,.| rosh macheneh; Bea Shapoff' maskira (secretary); Yvette Margulics, gisboret (treasurer); Miriam Feit, Marty Mart. 1. Josephine Bcrman, members of the hanhaga (executive board). Advisors are Mr. and Mrs Nat Breen and Ted Rubel. Although the group now has a wide age range, the youngest members being 15 year,, Rubel said that two divisions are being planned. Boniin will be for members of 15 through 17 years and Noar, for young adults. Organization of youngei boj and girls is also being undertake n. J^JwMtoorJdrtatl PAGE FIVE "* B'nai B'rith Women Slate Member Tea B'nai Brith Women of Miami and thenfriends will attend a mombc;sh,,> te a a the lomc Goldie Welcher, 1808 Granada blvd., at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Jewish Cemetery Group Elects A. Pepper A. Pepper was elected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association in an election held Monday evening. Elected with him were H. Wasserman, vice president; Sidney H. Palmer, recording secretary; Mrs. II. M. Kagan, financial secretary; II. Mechlowitz, treasurer. Mr. Pepper announced that he will donate a set of greens for the h cemetery in memory of 'is wife who died several weeks H, M. DREWICH _ndir.fi secretary, and Dave toe. financial secretary. few members of the board of Mtors are E. L. Becker, Sam ank, Mrs Nat Blumberg, B. Iris,' Herbert Feldan, Mrs. FelL D. Goldfarb. Herschel Glantz • jacobskind, Sam Kostoff, kKostoff, Mrs. Sarah Stone, I ar, Milton Weiner, Mrs. t'Stor.p, Mrs. E. A. Moss, Mrs. jr;s Ofsowitz, Joe Rutansky, Cunin Sokoloff, Mrs. Sokoloff. Jfficcrs and directors will meet It.-. Miami Y Monday evening lormulate plans for the year. | Community Concerts council of Miami Beach rsed the Beach Vs Commuj:concert project as tickets for Jstries went on sale this week. rseries which will open Dec. 2 feature Foothght Favorites rtet; Iva KiU hell, dancer; Ray pianist: Bidu Sayao, soli; Joseph Fuchs, violinist. Ruth Brotman to Sing At Marine Concert Ruth Brotman, soprano, accompanied by Anyuta Melii the piano, will be guest artist at the Marine Corps concert Sunday evening at the Blackstone h< tel. Night clubs and theatre will contribute to the program. Proceeds will go toward the Cardiac and Mercy hospitals. MRS. SAM H. GOLDMAN %  '• %  Max Bi; gman, mi mbership will be in i the affair. Mrs. Sam II Goldm; •. | dent, will welcome the gui T e B'nj B'ril Girls council will I -Hi a musical .-kit. Mi I n, M m if the SOS over.: will speak i' M S si S rman for thi B'l ai B'lith W in ii. will report on i tion depots which is opi i HELP WANTED ALTON ROAD HOSPITAL j 700 Alton Road. Miami Beach j REOPENING DIRECTRESS OF NURSES A.D.A. DIETICIAN REGISTERED LABORATORY TECHNICIAN REGISTERED RECORD LIBRARIAN HOUSEKEEPER ENGINEER BOOKKEEPER SECRETARY giving detailed qualific.iInclude phone number for Write tions. personal interview. -i Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of acute medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE, M. D. Medical Director and President 1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243—9-1042 Open lo Members of Dade County Medical Assn. THE Oflifimti SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE m / THE FISH WE SERVE TO OAY MU SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" CHARCOAL BROtlEO STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN Slj "• FRANK HARNEY, JR., MANAGING DIRECTOR k ')I'~C L OPEN EVERY DAY FROM l?00 NOON Jgg ^ **W 29 OISCAVNL BOULEVARD Vll \ DINNERS SFRVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT''' V%> FOR RESERVATIONS"-9-1244 Hi is week in tho southwest section. Mrs. Harold Rand has arged the program. Pi in Icon European families have seen "adopted" by the organization which sends three boxes of food and a carton of clothing to Family every month to augment the minimum rations provided by government and relief cies. The project, headed locally by Mrs. Burnett Roth, is part or B'nai B'rith's national work in conjunction with the Joint Distribution committee. TWO JEWS KILLED IN ARAB ATTACK JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Two Jews were killed at dawn on Sunday and nine injured, three of them seriously, when a group of Arabs attacked a party of settlers who had begun establishing a new colony in the Huleh area of northern Palestine, near Kfar Blum. Two Arabs were also killed and one injured. The attack began when the Arabs fired at the settlers who had started ploughing the land and erecting buildings. A battle lasting more than an hour ensued and peace was not restpred until the arrival of troops and police. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jels*ncridten FRIDAY SfEMBm, f &f i i P* llu Spealcii ersonally <$peaKing Seems as it everyone is moving these days—or at least looking for a place to live. Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz are in their new home on Meridian ave. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis are calling the Braznell apartments, 4300 Collins ave., their home Mr. and Mrs. N. Douglas Raff have moved to their new home on Lakeview dr., Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro are making their home at the Esplanade apartments on 16th st. Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman and sons, Joseph and Michael, are now in an apartment on Normandy Isle Mr. and Mrs. William Stone are residing at 910 monterey, Coral Gables, following his recent release from the armed forces. Mr. Stone, who saw service in Iceland, is associated with his uncle, Wm. D. Singer, in Stone's Liguor stores and Royal Castle grills Miss Phyllis Kaminsky, who has spent the past few seasons at Miami Beach, was married Wednesday to Robert Samuels in Johnstown, Pa. The couple expect to honeymoon here this winter. She is a sister of Mrs. Amos Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osherof, of Newark, N. J., arrived here last week from Boston, Mass., where they had spent the summer. Annual winter visitors, they are the parents of Mrs. Edward Moore, 948 S. W. Third st. Mrs. Charles Greenfield and her daughters, Miss Lola Greenfield and Mrs. Albert Seiden, flew to Boston where Mrs. Seiden will undergo an operation Mrs. Morris Pepper is spending two weeks in New York Back from a Northern jaunt is Raymond Bain Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman returned from Cuba Monday night after spending a few days in Havana Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Murray Schulman are expected home from North Carolina this weekend. Sgt. Schulman was recently discharged from the Army medical corps ... Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman, 1301 Alton rd., have returned from Brooklyn where they spent the summer Mrs. Mitchell Reiner returned from New York this week. She attended the unveiling of a monument in memory of her mother, the late Mrs. Lena Berman, of Brooklyn, Sunday in Peramus, N. J. A number of rabbis attended the ceremony. Mrs. Berman was president of the Mishnais club in Brooklyn and the family circle is named for her Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld returned this week from a trip through the state Mr. and Mis. Hairy Hoffman of New York arrived Sunday to make their home here. She is the daughter of the Henry Freisengers, of Chase ave. Little Ernice Weinkle, daughter of the Carl Weinkles, was hostess at a Halowe'en party last Thursday Helen Rosenoli, soprano in the Jewish Folk Chorus, and Mrs. David Pavalow are recuperating from recent illnesses. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kaplan of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., announce the birth of their daughter, Janet Gail, Oct. 31. Mrs. Kaplan is the former Jeane Weinberg, daughter of Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, of Miami, and the ate Harry Weinberq Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen of Washington are parents of a baby daughter, Marsha. Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen, 4471 Royal Palm ave., are the paternal grandparents. Their son is a former Miamian BUY SAVINGS BONDS! BUY THEM NOWJ Belarsky Slated to Open Culture Group Series First concert of the HM6-47 series of the Greater Miami Jcw%  cuiiui.il committee will take place Sunday evening, Nov. 1". .,, tl Mian i Beach Senior High M1 with Sidor Belarsky, basso cai tante, as featured artist, Mrs. ;., Huberman, chairman anm unced tin.week. A graduate of the State Conervatory, Leningrad, Russia, and GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER i rMIAMI SIDOR BELARSKY former leading basso of the Lcningrad State Opera company, Belarsky came to America in 1930. II. %  has appeared in recitals from coast t'> coast and has been soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic on lustra, the Detroit Symphony and the Toronto Symphony, A Town Hall and Carnegie Hull favorite. Belarsky was leading basso of the Chicago Opera company aid has appeared with the San Francisco, Los Angeles American and New York City Center Op< ra companies. Last season he was selected by Arturo Tescanini as soloist in two broadcasts of Beethoven's Fidelio. Belarsky recently returned from Rio de Janeiro where he appeared at the Teatro Municipal. Ill' will tour South America again next summer. Ti( kits for the concert may be obtained from the Beach and '1' wn Y's, the Bureau of Jewish Education or any other of the 16 member agencies of the cultural committee. Mrs. Weinstein Could Claim Reading Title Candidate for the title of Miami's most avid reader is Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, who is conducting book review series for the Miami and Miami Beach Women's divisions of the American Jewish Congress. She will open the Beach series at 1:30 p.m. today with a review of Sholem Asch's new novel, "East River." at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Weinstein has been reviewing books for Miami organizations for more than 10 years. Although she believes audiences prefer entertaining fiction, she likes best to review non r fiction which has social significance. She avoids highly sexed books because "they need no interpretations" by a reviewer. "A great many people go for reviews out of sheer laziness," Mrs. Weinstein declares. She calls her work "vicarious reading" for the audience. Some of her listeners get an entirely different slant on books they've never read after hearing Mrs. Weinstein, who believes that a great many people read without comprehending. A favorite book of Mrs. Weinstein's is Pierre Van Paassen's "Days of Our Years." Once when she reviewed the anti-fasicst book, she was told by Elizabeth Dilling. noted reactionary: "My dear, your review was charming, but it's just too bad that you're so deluded." A Miami resident since 1924, Mrs. Weinstein makes her home at 133 N. E. 91st st., with her husband and son and daughter. A native of Tennessee, she was president of Phi Beta Kappa at Vanderbilt university and coached dramatics in Nashville before coming here to teach at Miami High school. Her speaking career began at the age of seven when -he recited Uncle Remus tales in public. Mrs. Weinstein opened the Miami AJC review series Tuesday at Beth David before an audience of several hundred women. MRS. WEINSTEIN TO OPEN SEASON Men's club of Temple will inaugurate the fall seasa j a meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday 1 Kaplan hall. Speakers, entertj rncnt ami refreshments wiii light the program. Rabbi Colman Zwitmar. preach on a "A Book Review i the Eternal Best Seller" Vices at 8:15 p.m. this eveni at the Temple. AFTER ALL! The management %  this PALACE 0FI PARALYZING PO-I TIONS don't wonrl about what the CUM tomer spends J What he DONTl SPEND is thu| grief! ZIfHN'l 174! I. MIAMI ML'I MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 WERTHEIM TO SPEAK David Wertheim, national secretary of the Ferband, will be guest*speaker at a meeting of the Jewish National Workers' alliance at 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Beach Y. I Conversational Spanish University of Miami Beginners' Class November 11 to January 23 9:45 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. Intermediate Class November 12 to January 24 9:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. AT PLAZA HOTEL BISCAYNE BLVD. AT THIRD ST., MIAMI, FLA. Registration at hotel November 11 and 12 at 9:00 a.m. For Information, Call Division of Adult Education, 4-0801 i Dr. Stanley C. Wasman VETERINARIAN j Announces the Opening of THE NEW I Miami Beach Animal Hospital L929 Purdv Avenue 2 St. an,I th ( Bav Miami Beach, Florida 9:30-12 and 1-4:30 And by Appointment Ti lephone 5-5283 Stfcza.se** MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Accr.dit.d Troinlng In Mtdieol T* nology and Laboratory Tttluiqm, M and Evening. Approved Undtr SI %  of Rights. For Catalog, Call or Wrift BUNCE SCHOOL OF LABORATORY TECHNIQUE l. ilond Bldg., Coral Gablei. Fla. PnoM 4-2*11 WORK FOR PEANUTS!' w" ,, 3hlT HIM! Schick Electric Shaver Owners NOTICE Our New Schick Electric Shaver Servicing Office Is Now Located In the Bedford Building, Room 129 Northeast First Street ENTRANCE HOTEL ARCADE SCHICK SERVICE, INC.



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-*. ; ? !" 5?£jf5ftEr igtar^&FsZ&EBZSV&V??. f^I^EMBro^^ Ided "y node County's best Community ITS rs-v; health and recreai .„„, five per cent is set r Ttv of having separate fe^d to carry out the ffonc : : campaign Lifarc needs, ameml encies servlhan 60.000 individuals s( rvices ranging complet. l f m: ny £ children, to consultaJj advice to families and in tr uble. is the cam; man and I jdu; C Coi M general ,, oOOO volunteers will 13 oliciting divinpaign goal is about 12 boon • as raised last T T i, was made p xpansion of I amity and rising costs. ENDCONVENTION I Bri nner and Mrs. in Atlantic will attend the I convention N \. g to 12 is delegates of I ti m. Social Agencies Head To Speak for MSL Mrs. Ellen Whlteside, executive director of the Dade County Council of Social Agencies, will be guest speaker at the installation luncheon of the Miami Service league at Victors Drum 12:30 p. m. Wednesday. Mrs. George Chertkof, fo MSL president, will install Mrs. Leon Kaplan as presidi nt; Mi Norman Weisman and Mrs. Sam Weissel, vice presidents; MR E ward Levinc, recording secretary; Mrs. Jack Stone, corresponding secretary; Mrs. William \v. l: traub, treasurer. Mrs. Murray Koven i s honorary president. Directors are I i Mesdames Jean Silvern an, Ro e Ginsberg, Leo Hohaust r, Maurice Furman, Ann Pastrof, Sam B. Miller, Macy Levinson, Herbert Scher, Sadie Weinberg, (' Rosengarten, Henry Green, Minna Lavine, Rhoda Marg lii .-. B. A. Sterling, Alice Rabin. M Sager and Rose Silv r. Miss Charlotte Davis, fi rmer USO pianist, will play a l of Gershwin songs at the luncheon. JJtwMi rhridfan PAGE THREE Windows Defaced With Anti-Semitic Phrases MIDDLE EAST IS TOPIC FOR GABLES MEETING The situation in the Middle East as it relates to,world peace will be discussed by Jchn B. Keena at an Armistice Day meeting at the Coral Gables Jewish Center 8:15 p.m. Sunday at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd., Sam Silver, president, announced this week. A local insurance man, Keena grew up in the Middle East and travelled through Iran, Iraq, Palestine and Syria with his father, a missionary. Adoption of by-laws and appointment of committees will be made during the business session. A social hour will follow. Residents of Coral Gables are invited to attend the meeting and to enroll their children in the Center Sunday school, Silver stated. Make cold cuts taste Review to Highlight Beach Hadassah Event A review of Ernst Fi inkelBtein's "Justice fi i My Pi will highlight the Youth Al meeting of the Miami Bead Hadassah Monday afternoon at the National hotel. Edward Clark of the University i f Miami will I e guest reviewer. Mrs-. Irving Lehrmar will describe Youth Aliyah to which Hadassah dedicates its Novi ml tivities. Mrs. Lehrman will be introduced by Mrs. Milton Youth Aliyah chairman. Fund' raising by Minyonim will bi cussed by Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild. The program was am by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. The meeting will be 1:30 p.m. with the sen freshments under the Mrs. J. J. G' odman and Mrs. Ed Friedman. Mrs. George G span will preside in the ib enci of Mrs. Abraham Goodman, president. When Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Stein arrived at their tailor shop, 139 N. E. Second st., last Friday morning, they found that Hallowe'en hoodlums had soaped their windows with "damn lews, kill the lews, curse all Jews." The Steins have operated their store for the past seven years, have never before had a similar experience. with [67, CHORUS TO SPONSOR DANCE TOMORROW Greater Miami Jewis I Ik Chorus will sponsor a dam urday evening at the IOOF ha 1, N. W. Second ave. and Fourth St.. to increase support for its activities, Louis Powesky, conduct i the choral group, announces Mr and Mrs. Max Shlafrock lead the ticket sales comm Abe Davis and Harry Landa, tenors, have rejoined the chorus after their vacations. New members include Joseph Sirbvu* tenor; Lillian Berstein and Janet Goldsmith, soprmos and Ma %  rice Carroll, basso and reciti Sholem Aleichem stories. Kadimah Chapter To Temple Opens Nursery Mark Anniversary ... Temple Beth Sholom nursery ool for children between the .,,. p a | ...... ted -' of three and one-half and by the Kadi ptei when it fivi years will open Monday at holds liree at 8 *"4 Chase ave. p. n. 'I David Classes will be conducted from .urn. 18:30 a.m. till noon Monday p y p a ., "Earth through Friday. Transportation Cou ld] will be reviewed will be available at a nominal fee. %  ;v Mr Mi ... p i, cultural The school offers a program of man. Vocal selections will creative and educational play, be rendered bj Mrs. Robert ArmRegistration may be made at 1 selections by the Temple office. Mi Herbert 11. H ceil piani.-t. Mrs. Fre I Sandier is in I ents, The Piomet W their work part I abilitation, i ducation and I ing of rescued i rphaned children who enti Palestire I placed pi rsons camps in Eui >oe, T: ousands of immigrant w and girls are trained and adjusted to t; eir new hi m< annually. TURKEY DAY DANCE Tickets are on sale for the Thanksgiving dance to be given by the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Nov. 23 at the President Madison hotel. In charge of the dance are Miss Ethel Pont, chairman, and the Misses Toby Stcpkin, Rosalind Simmons, Minna Simonson and Lynn Warner. YWCA Visits Synagogue Rabbi Max Shapiro will address a group of approximately 50 members of the University of Miami Young Women's Christian association when they visit Beth David synagogue at 4 p.m. Monday. The rabbi will also be guest speaker at the Coral Gables Methodist church at 10:15 a.m. Sunday. VAIUTUl. JL1Z Tomato Ketchup Made from the world's finest tomatoes, rare spices and fine vinegars. CARD PARTY TO AID VLADECK SANATORIUM The Ladies' club of Workmen Circle Branch 699 of Miami is pSng a supper, bingo and card party for 5 p.m. Sunday at the Home of Mrs. George Silver, 56fi ^^Joeeeds will be given to th e Vladeck Sanatorium France which is caring Kis Jewish orphans who es"RtcSb^setagoalofJ tor the affair. %  *£" be made with Mrs. Silver. Tick. are $1.25. Laibson Composition To Be Published A composition by Irving, La.b son, Miami Beach pwr.is.^ v published by the ^NJfJjrk of Shapiro and Bernsw announced ^* .^.'turned from Laibson recentl) retur Manhattan where he MO studying, arranging an o t.on. He intends to JJ erimental recital using OUB approach toward I later In the leasoi t( At present he is P annmg teach advanced pupils m P n0 MJOC SISTERHOOD TO HOLD ANNUAL TEA Annual membership tea of the Miami Jewish < eation Si terhood will b held at 59o S.W, 17th ave., 1 p.n.. Tuesday. Mrs. Emanuel K president Sisterhood R Murray Grauer and Harold piro will S Cantor Maurice M WU1 present vocal selections. 1 Mrs Leon H nig is chai of the affair. Serving as h tesscs with her will be the Mesdames I. I Ku sn : %  rd Simon Mur \Shuln in, G Solmger, s a \ M f M arss ,. ,,, Rothenberg, Max Minw WE WISH TO THANK OUR MANY FRIENDS FOR THEIR KIND EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY DURING OUR RECENT BEREAVEMENT. MR. AND MRS. MORRIS PEPPER and Family DANCE AND BUILD THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS l.O.O.F. Hall : N. W. 2nd Avenue & 4th Street NOVEMBER 9th — 8:30 P.M. MUSIC BY LENNY FELDMAN & ORCHESTRA ENTERTAINMENT REFRESHMENTS Admission $1.00 (Including Tax) Attends Student Meet Hubert Gelt J*J co n £f n 5 student is firs, conventioi DAN ROTH Announces the Openins of in SHOP 627 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach OPENING SPECIALSI "HARD-TO-GET" ITEMS CAN BE PURCHASED AT ROTH'S AT POPULAR PRICES! WHITE SHIRTS ALL YOU WANT NO LIMIT And A Complete Stock of the Finest of Men's Wear II 11 •! %  \ %  4f i i % %  i %  ;* '. I Ei *i*&i|l>iS*S^-



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PAGE TWELVE >Je^iiHtoridia£l_ t I l) f' 8 %  ; ( i I i *< Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. THE ZIONIST SCENE: The resolution of the ZOA convention rejecting partition and asking for the establishment of a Jewish State in the whole of Palestine need not be interpreted as demanding the creation of a Jewish State immediately • %  • • Whether right or wrong, the leaders of the Zionist* Organization of America are of the opinion that it would be much more practical to wait until the present unfavorable political conditions change. They believe that much more than partition can be achieved later, when the world is more ready for justice. There may even be a different British government at some later date which would have more understanding of the Zionist de mands. they argue. The san i attitude is taken by Mizrachi leaders both in the United States and in Palestine. They prefer to see a Jewish State in the whole of Palestine some years from now rather than a partitioned Palestine today. Discussions to this effect were held at a closed meeting of the American Zionist Emergency council. The general agreement was that for the time being the emphasis should be laid on the demand for increased Jewish immigration to Palestine. Especially on the carrying out of the recommendations i f the AngloAmerican Inquiry committee and tl e request of President Truman to admit immediately 100,000 Jews to Palestine. Everything points to the fact that at the World Zionist Congress in Switzerland next month the anti-partionists will form a majority of the delegates, • • • THE WASHINGTON SCENE: Things are brewing behind the i %  i • in Was! ingi n in connection with President Truman's intention to ask Congress for legislation to ad ire displaced persons to the Ui ited States. Active attention is also being giv< n t,i the quest;. : of hy Truman's din ctive that 3,900 visas be granted monthly to refugees in American /ones in Europe is not 1 .rued out to its full< t extent. Of great aid to the President is Ih resolution of the American Federation of Labor urging the admittance into the United Slates of displaced Jews under the immigration quotas that were not filled during the war. If only this recommendation were carried out, about 500.000 displaced persons could enter the U. S. in addition to the regular quota for the current year. This is the second time that the AFL has done something to make it possible for Jewish refugees to enter the United States. The first lime was when William Green. AFL president, personally interven ed with the late President Roosevelt in 1940 and secured from him "blocked visas" for 800 political refugees, mostly f^ngtio^nanrr^ ,.o,,an,.s of Jews from Nazis... L as chambers. Nazis Up to that lime the AFL was very much against THE DOMESTIC SCENE: intensified immigration. Should Jews in America who Incidentally, not a smglo is ,,. interested in combatting anvisa has been issued so far in ti-Semitism act only in matters Poland despite the fact that the pertaining to Jews, or support a country has had normal diplomabroadly based program of legistom after the tug cut her loose live miles off shore. • Also interesting are h.s revela lions of how Lord Moyne tried to sabotage the efforts to rescue J, ws from ext, rmination by the Gestapo, when the Nazis sent a Budapest Jew, Joel Brandt, to Turkey to contact American and British representatives to negoti;,,,. for •redeeming" the Jews who were still in Nazi hands. The role which tl:,' Joint Distri, : Committee played in bargaining with the Gestapo, through its representative in Switzerland, is also depicted, disclosing that JDC "bargaining" tactics saved tic relationwith WashingtOI foi more than a year. State Department officials fee] somewhat guilty about it. They promise ., visa office will be op, no,-. t> is m nth in 1.' dz, now the • : ter of Jewish life in Poland. • • • THE DIPLOMATIC SCENE: Much of what could not he r( vealed during the war wil n gard i" the efforts of the American goveri ii'.int to rescue Jews fm:! the N.,. %  ;.is now told by Ira H. Hirschmann in his "Life Line to a Promised Land" The volume published by Vanguard, is a record of Ihe work done by the author when ho was sent to Europe by the War Refugee board established by President Roosevelt. The bonk throws a sharp light on British tactics to forestall any p issibility of bringing Jews to Palestine, even though this was the 'tily place wher< the Jews from Nazi-dominated countries could go. The British and tluTurkish governments are blamed by Hirschmann directly for the "Struma" tragedy. He tells in d.tail how the BritcToTe'withmanutarturing associsisn authorities remained indifferent to the warnings of various lative action which is not of peculiarly Jewish concern? The proand the cons of this question have been discussed by the National Community Relations Advisory council which is composed ef representatives < f the major Jewish organizations active m fighting anti-Semitism in the United States. The various vn ws on this subject have been incorporated in a report now available to Jewish leaders throughout the country. The American Federation of Labor is looking into an insulting article against Jews which appeared in tie organ of the International T< amsters' Union. Certain Jewish labor leaders are pressing the Teamst) is' Union to publish an apology. Anti-Semitic speakers who were refused facilities on American radio stations are now purchasing time on two Mexican border stations, XERB and XEG, both of which can be heard in thi' South and in the West. American Action, the right wing political group, is now arranging speaking dates for Upton agencies that failure t.• admit the ship would mean certain death for its 7ti!t passengers either by It %  ning or by sum nder to t: He also tells how the Turkish government sent a tug to tow the "Struma" out of the Istanbul harbor, ami how tl:.' ship broke apart and went to the bottions, teachers' associations and women's clubs. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estat* Servlca 90S Lincoln Rd. Ph.: SS1H Life Inauranca Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Lite In*. Co. M7 Blicayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9961 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. 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Present, but not pictured w! i Kaplan, vice president, and Charles R. Cohen director. e,e< Through the joint efforts of the Jewish Social bureau and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation hafe* for the creation of the loan fund were formulated TL'I fund, formerly an autonomous division of the Jewish* Service bureau, has been created as an independent i nity organization. Purpose of the organization is the extension of small h to Jewish residents who need a loan, rather than rebel small business. In general, such small borrowers are i whose needs cannot be met by normal credit resources em because they cannot offer sufficient security for their 1 or because they may need additional services of a L service nature to fulfill the objectives of a loan, Cohen"! The Jewish Social Service bureau will assume resp for study of the varied social aspects involved in the inn gation of applications. HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC. 122 N. 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! i *, .: ; • ) ii i I. %  • %  I i I PAGE TWO vjenisfi Meridian FRIDAY -,r* l T> ~\ Louis Weinkles to Mark Shalloivays Reside at tleacn Sls{ Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. I. "ins Woinklc, local residents since 1924, will ,. i( Dra te tl i Ir 61st wedding anniversary this weekend with their nine children and other close relatives, Their grandchildren, Mr. and M.s. Jerome Weinkle, will be h< sis ;ii ;i dinner party Saturday night. Sunday afternoon a tea will b| held al the Louis Weinkles' hi n e. In the < vening, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs, Leo A Chaikin, will hold a dinner parly. The three affairs i will l).' attended by members of the family only. Arriving from out-of-town for : 11 lebration are three sons, Jack W< inkle, i t Atlanta, (la Leo Weinkle of Asheville, N.C., ai d Dr. 1 aac N. Weinkle, of New York. The doctor's wife will accompany him. Also expected is Leo Weinkle's son, Manuel, of \ eville. The Wrinkles' other sons, Carl, \ ron, S I. Dr. Barney and Mose, reside in Greater Miami. At home at 848 Euclid ave., are Dr. and Mrs. C. Leon Shallo—way who were married Oct. 6 at Beth Jacob synaqoque with Nuptials Will Unite Rabbi Moses Mescheloif and Cantors Maurice Mamches and | Miss Cooper, Mr. Katz Louis D. Feder officiating. I The bride, the former Bette Sir, is the daughter of Mr. and Miss Sylvia Coopei will mecome Mrs. Harry Sir. Miami Beach, and her husband is the son of the bride ol Paul Katz at noon Mrs. Jeanne Shalloway of Atlanta and Miami. Sunday in a ceremony to be perMiss Judith Hershbein of New York city, niece of the bride, 'by Rabbi Leon Kromsh u „ ., • %  ),„ u Qrc ^K£.in ni his study at lempliBeth Sholom was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Abe Hershbein ot A.,,,., .,,.,.,,,, K .-, r,i,. U{ >< • %  „, of New York, sister of the bride; Mrs. Abe Sir of Miami_Beach. ,,.,;,;,,,. wi „ .; lUlu| %  • ii -law; Miss Dorothy Sir of; C ttanooga, Tenn., cousin; Miss HOLLYWOOD WOMEN Birdj Kirshner of Miami Beach R1 ,„ nxj C/ ~ c n n, vr Mi Bernice and Jeannettc LAUNCH bOb DnIVL Sir, %  t the bride, were ridi ;maids. Flower girl was Mi s Dianf Shalloway of I Worth, Fla., niece of the I : idi gi oom. Arthur Shalloway, brother of the bridegr om, was best man. Ushers were Abe Sir of Miami Bead i of the bride; Ai Hei b in I New York, brother, n th .. Ml uninR of sos .of the bride; Herbert 1 v. Smullian of Jacksonville, Fla.. and Dr. Maurice Rich of Miami Rii earer was Michael S: allov aj i I Lake Worth, nephew of the legi oom. ati ly ; (lowing the cerei eption at th nunity building. A dinner and dam e was i I al the Tides Rainbow room in the evening. Dr. and Mrs. Shalloway left the same evening on their honey(Speci.il to The Jewish Floridi.in) HOLLYWOOD—A meeting to launch the Hollywood SOS drive was held Tuesday evening at the J> wish C< mmunity inter. Mrs. Ted J. Sorin, president of the center's auxiliary, presided. Mrs. Edwin M. Rosenthal, genera] chairman of the drive, spoke She was introduci d I y Mrs, Louis J Golden, SOS chairman I".' th< Center. Mrs. Rosenthal enumerated tin various items of clothing, foodstuffs and medical supplies urgently needed for shipment to destitute survivors in the wardevastated anas of Europe, Collection depot for thi will be the Jewish Community Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m, nd the dinner A: ich will be held at the Fami us Restaurant at 1 p.m, Tl e in idi -elect, daughter rf ,: d Mi Saul Coop* r, 728 Jefc i-nil ave., attended schools in New YOrk, Her fiance, son of Mr. ,n I Mrs Samuel Katz. 335 Washington ave., has been attending Ihe University ol Miami since his release from the Army He served in the Philippines with the 31st Infantry division. Afur several weeks' honoymoon in West Palm Reach, the c uple will result' at 728 Jeffers n ave. dailv except Saturdays and Sunsame evening on ineir noney. • i n, during which they toured] Florida and Georgia, spending a Persons wishing to have conweek in Atlanta where they were tributions picked up may contact feted by numerous friends. Upon (the Pick-Up committee, members return to Miami Beach last week. Mrs. Shalloway resumed ate i I B. E. Bronston and Dr. Shalloway opened offices for practice of n.cdicine at 605 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach. 1 Beverly Flink Chooses December Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Barney S. Flink, TOO 16th st.,'and formerly of Providnce, R.I., are announcing the • ngagement of their daughter, Beverly Nancy, to Henry Wcintraub of Providenc< Tl eir wedding will be solcmnized Dec. 26 at Beth Jacob conation of which Miss Flink's grandfather, Harry Wasserman. founder and vice president. Tinbride-1 lect was graduated from Miami Beach High school and attended the University of of which are Mrs. Dina Al lei man, Mrs. Judith Bergman, Mrs heVpositior u real'estate'assod"Rose Block, Mrs. Anne Cohn. Mi A. J. Diamond, Mrs. Jennie Gil der, Mrs. Blanche Kleeman, Mrs Philip Levine, Mrs. Ben Mazur, Mrs. Jack Reiss, Mrs, Emanuel Sacks, Mrs. Sol Sallan. Mrs, Bi rtha Weinkrantz and Rosenthal. Mi ior Hada sah, Her fiance attended New York schools and served I armed fore* s for two years. Tl e c uple will spend their honeymoon in Nassau, Havana and Hollywood. They will make their home in Providmce. For The Best OAe. JMO&UU GAe*t REMEMBRANCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Hand Made Chocolates CANDY FRUITS By FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX (The Original) WE PARCEL POST from COAST TO COAST 10 6. 12 S. E. Second Avenue Opp. Florida Power 4 Light Co. STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13h Street Miami Beach The Jewish Cultural Committee PRESENTS 1946 1947 PROGRAM Nov. 17—SIDOR BELARSKY. Baritone Dec. 22-MARGUERITE KOZENN. Soprano JULIUS CHAJES. Pianist Jan. 12—BENJAMIN ZEMACH. Dancer SVEE SCOOLER. Character Actor Feb. 25—"THE JEW ON THE WORLD SCENE" Hayim Greenberg Rabbi James Heller James W. Wise All Events at Miami Beach Senior High School 1420 Drexel Avenue SUBSCRIPTION $7.20 (tax included) i U S h C ''?-'u ns ?, v ?, Uable .' rom ;i Jewish organization! or the Cultural Committee off.ee. One Lmcoln Road PARTIES IN MIAMI AND NEW YORK^ MISS MINTZER, MR. WOLFSON ON BETRr r, 4RK ss Miss Ethel Mintzer will leave Nov. 15 ior New Yoikwbi her betrothal to Walter S. Wolfson of that city will be ion announced at a reception Nov. 25, date ol his parents' 3s| wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer. 1843 S. W. Ninth St., pom of the bride-elect, will be hosts at a family party hona the couple Saturday evening. A graduate of Miami Senior Higli school, Miss attended Miami Business college. She was a membeiofj Beta sorority and the Miami Y. Her fiance, who is now visiting in Miami, served fort years in Europe with the Ninth Infantry division. Scndl and Mrs. Barnett Wolfson of New York, he attended I College of the City of New York and the Academy ol i Arts. He will return to New York Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mintzer expect to attend the receptiraj New York. No date has been set for the wedding. Home Receives Funds Before Drive Opens Funds for th t Jewish Home for the Aged are already coming in, although the $75,000 campaign is : ot fully under way, Judge Hari Id B. Spaet, president, announced at a special board meeting this week. Non-Jews as well as Jews are imcoLn U *' %  to-miumiu 1 OWN TOUJM suppi rtii • drive, Hi pun. campaign director, repi He recalled that the ceivi (i it.start from a $fl bequest madi by a ron-Jej Compl" tioi thi ..dditimw Home at 335 S. W. 12th ave^ been di Lay< due to lack C terials but the outlook is i Max Greenberg, bufl committee chairman, stated. J ^ rPiTO] CN 11 4J A M AT THREE .THEATRES Tough Guy Dan Comes From Scarlet Street To Step Out with a Deb from Park Avenue! 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