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The Jewish Floridian ( November 15, 1946 )

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u iwilUEIIiDipidliiaun i,( 7^^^-THE JEWISH U N I TYI Cinn THE JEWISH WEEKLY -MjAMLiLJLORIDA, FRIDAy N 5^^FFTT -^PRICE: TEN CENTS IIAMI BEACH WELCOMES ZIONIST PARLEY I plans have been completed for the recepI the largest delegation of Zionists ever to L in ,he Southeastern region, with some Legates from South Carolina. Georgia. Ala%  Mississippi. Louisiana and Florida, arrivI the ninth annual convention of the Southregion of the Zionist Organization of iJ. l Miami Beach Zionist district, of which Jack ms is president, will be hosts to the visiting -tes. Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach is the ban of the convention, whose headquarters e at the National hotel. Opening the convention at 3 p.m. today will be a meeting of the Inter-Regional Youth commission with Robert M. Travis of Atlanta as chairman. On Saturday at 3 p.m. an Oneg Shabbat will be held at the National hotel under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami chapter of the Hadassah. Formal opening of the convention will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday with registration of the delegates. Official welcome will be extended by Mayor Herbert Frink of Miami Beach, as well as by Burris and Shapiro. A presidential address by Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham will be delivered at 8 p.m., to be followed by reports by S. P. Benamy of Atlanta, treasurer; Jack M. Levy of Savannah, chairman of the administration committee, and Adelbert Freedman of Atlanta, executive director. A dance and reception will follow the business sessions with E. J. Singer serving as master of ceremonies. Robert A. Persky of Augusta, chairman of the constitutional committee, will lead a discussion on the proposed constitution Sunday morning. Sunday's luncheon speaker will be Macey Kronsberg of Charleston, vice president of the region, who will discuss "What I Saw In Palestine." (Continued on Page 4) PROGRAM hlh Annual Conference. Southeastern Zionist Region November 15 to 19. 1946 FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15 | im ._Ad.i.inistrative Committee meeting 1p.m.—Inter-Regional Youth Commission meeting 1p.m.—Sabbath Services at Miami and Miami Beach congregations SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16 lam-Sabbath Services at Miami and Miami Beach congregations Ipjn.—Ont-ij Shabbat ||m.-OFFICIAL OPENING OF CONFERENCE. Registration of delegates in lobby ^II— First session. Welcome addresses. Committee reports I p.ra.—Entertainment SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 17 I a.i—Registration continued la.m.—Second session. Constitution report pO p.m.—Luncheon p.m.—M( cting of Conference Committee I p.m.—Fourth session. Press institute I p.m.—Zionism and the Veteran seminar |Cpm.—Youth Commission dinner MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18 lun.—Jewish National Fund Breakfast and plenary session I p.m.—Luncheon I p.m.—Election of Officers I pm.-BANQUF.T. Fleetwood Hotel, 800 West ave. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 19 a.m.—Meeting of the 1946-47 Administrative committee iners to Aid Hospital private dinner parties held next week by leaders for the Mount Sinai FJ2,500,00O drive. Purpose |Ws of the proposed hosbe explained at these .' Sher, chairman of the iwvision. will be host to •friends Monday evening w, "te House hotel. \ R Stein and Sam Rost •Main 32 guests at the **. 2990 Flamingo dr.. £ evening. At the same ? Charles Wcrblow and r Lytton will hold a j" Dr. Werblow's home. l' L >dodr. Dr. Lytton is r oi the physicians' diI !" !" e campaign. Tuesday. Leonard Wien, Kuel Urists wil l enterI^f a place to be an£ 0f r0 n K d irSCh MeVer Nta a e rt h0Spital drive kuran, dmner 3t Little >*?.?• Und Dr ^nani 14523 p e nterta 'n at his IC a Pa,m ave ICL givc another |wSiei cvening at the s^ rS ^ tanley ^riling %  2 n") ner for 32 ^ DiLido Isle, last night. A group of doctors met for dinner last Friday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Meyer B. Marks. 820 West 40th St., to discuss the campaign. Wm. D Singer, general chairman of the coordinated drive for the hospital and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, made an appeal for the cooperation of the medical profession. Another campaign affair last week was a luncheon held Nov. 7 by Sam Blank, chairman of initial gifts, at the Shelborne hotel. MOUNT SINAI DAY TO CLIMAX DRIVE Mount Sinai Hospital Day. climactic point of the $2,500.000 hospital campaign, was tentatively lei for Sunday. Dec. 15, this week. As planned so far. Dr. J. JGolub, director of the New York Hospital for Joint Dis•astf. will officially present the survey he made on local hospital needs. Three meetings will be held simultaneously in the Greater Miami area and pledges received in the hospital drive will be announced. HOSPITAL'S NEW DIRECTOR MEETS TRUSTEES Lester M. Barron, who will take over the supervision of Alton Road hospital, is shown seated above (left) with Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of the board of trustees of Mount Sinai hospital, which will manage the Alton rd. institution. Standing (left to right) are other members of the board: Monte Selig, Sam Blank. William D. Singer. Max Orovitz. Dr. Morris Goodman, Mrs. Max Dobrin and J. Gerald Lewis Members of the board not present are Samuel Fnedland Moses Ginsberg. Abraham Goodman, Stanley C Myers, Jacob Sher. Arthur A. Ungar. Joseph R. Stein. Alex Van Straaten, Carl Weinkle, Henry D. Williams and Mitchell Wolfson. First Concert Here Sunday Sidor Belarsky, outstanding concert and opera star, will open the 1946-47 series for the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Miami Beach Senior High school, 1420 Drexel ave., MrsLeo Huberman, chairman, announces. A basso cantante, Belarsky will Hebrew melodies, operatic arias, concert selections and Yiddish folk songs. ••Two Little Shoes," composed bv Miami's Mana-Zucca, will be ., ltur ed as will "Old Jerusalem. composed by Julius Chajes, pianist who Will appear at the second Cultural committee concert on Dec. 22. Among the operatic selections Belarsky will sing are an ana from "Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart and •Our Country Is Growing" by Prokofietf. Yiddish melodies on the program include "A Nign" by Wei„,,. -Zem Zeiden's Broche, ar,,,,1 by Belarsky: "Zig Lid byTampolslcy. and folk songs arranged by Belarsky Single tickets or subscriptions foftee four events to the series Zy be purchased at the door. Give once for alL Make your contribution now to the Community Chest. British Watch For Terrorism LONDON (JTA) — Streamer headlines across the front pages of virtually every Sunday newspaper this week announced Scotland Yard's decision to take special measures to protect members of the cabinet and important government buildings against the 'threat of Palestine terrorists." The stories quoted police authorities as announcing that they have been informed by British intelligence officers in Palestine that 12 terrorists are en route to England. They say that a close watch has been placed on all ports in the hope of apprehending the terrorists, who are expected to arrive in groups of two or three. • LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., Nov. 11 (JTA)—The explosive Palestine issue was dumped squarely into the lap of the United Nations today, when Soviet Delegate Nikolai V. Novikov strongly attacked Great Britain for failing to offer to place Palestine under UN trusteeship and charged that Britain's direct consultation with Arab and Jewish groups and the United States was a violation of the UN charter. In answer to the Russian charges, Ivor Thomas, British member of the trusteeship com(Continued on Page 4) Name Barron To Hospital Lester M. Barron, director of the Allerton hospital in Brookline, Mass., will become director of the Alton Road hospital, 700 Alton rd., on Jan. 1, 1947, it was announced yesterday by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of Mt. Sinai hospital, under whose auspices the Alton Road hospital will be managed. Mr. Barron's selection came after a special committee headed by Mr. Meyer had interviewed a number of candidates for the position. Mr. Barron has been director of Allerton hospital since its inception, in 1941. Prior to that he served on the administrative staff of Sydenham hospital in New York for three years. He was graduated from Harvard college in 1935 and did a year's special work at the Harvard school of public health where he secured a degree in public health administration. Awarded a Rosenwald Foundation fellowship, he studied hospital administration for a year at the University of Chicago. He also trained at Grasslands and Lebanon hospitals in New York city. Mr. Barron is married and has three sons. The new director will be charged with the responsibility of staffing Alton Road hospital with resident doctors, nurses and other personnel. Working with Mr. Barron in equipping the hospital and supervising structural changes in the building is a rehabilitation committee headed by Alex Van Straaten. Alton Road hospital, formerly used by the Navy, is a three-story building and has a 50-bed capacity. It is hoped to have the building ready for use by Jan. 1. Beth David Drive Opens Sunday Beth David, Miami's Pioneer congregation, will formally open its month-long building campaign Sunday under the chairmanship of Harry Markowitz. With a goal of $525,000, the congregation is limiting its solicitation to members and friends of the institution. A series of dinners and parlor meetings will lead up to the main event of the drive, a dinner at which Rabbi James Heller, past president of the Zionist Organization of America, will be principal speaker. (Continued on Page 4) i i %  %  U; i i i i il •' 1 • •' \ -<. i<



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PAGE TWO >Je*lst fhridfiar i %  i • i i i Mrs. Lehrman to Speak For Town Hadassah Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker at the membership tea of the Miami group of Hadassah at 2 p.m. Monday at the Miami Women's club, 1737 N. Bayshore dr. She will be introduced by Mrs Louis Kotkin, membership chairman and chairman of the tea. Also appearing on the program Personally Speaking Pidyan Haben for Robert une forum Mrs. Victor Mell Harold Apte, son of Mr. and left las. week to spend a short Mrs. Marvin Apte. will be held vacation in Atlanta as the a. the home of his paternal guest of her^^*Jj*J grandparents, the Jack Ap.es. Mr and Mrs. Bob Kornblatt. 435 S W. 31st road., at 3 p.m. 804 Ocean dr.. announce the Sunday. No invitations have birth of their daughter. lacalyn. been issued and friends are inOct. 8 at the St. Francis hosMr. and pital. Home Auxiliary to End Summer Project Tuesday vited to attend Mrs. David Blank, 4307 N. Alton rd., celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a dinner party for 45 guests at the Shelborne hotel last Thursday. Rabbi Eisenberg Guest At Beth Jacob Service Rabbi Benjamin G. Eisenberg Their daughter, Arlene, arrived of Tampa will be guest speaker from New York in time for the at services at 8:30 p.m. this eveaffair. Miss Blank will spend "' n Beth Jacob synagogue. .The services, celebrating Souththe winter here. (i;isU>m Z|on]st Convention Sab Mrs. Joseph Weiss and sons, ,,.,.(, Wlll m;irk tne opc ning of Sydney and Sherburt, formerly the annual late Friday night serof Youngstown, Ohio, are now ies of lectures. Rabbi Eisenmaking their home at 610 S. W. berg's topic will be -Palestine 18th ave., Miami. Mrs. Weiss ; n s P eak on the Portion of the Atla na. w £ k : S. I. Freedman will conduct a Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lev, 1756 we ekly Bible study course at 4 S. W. 12th ave., returned to p.m. Circus Trip Planned For Cardiac Children Twenty young boys and girls from the National Children's CardanHome will go to the circus some afternoon next week ^; with friends. Mrs. Sterling' will through the generosity of the to cording to Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary of the lodge. An attendance from the Home f will escort the children, who will Jack Schieff Mrs. Loskove and stop at Tulsa. Okla., to visit B n -" BVith Sholem lodge acMrs. Budner will pour. relatives before returning Mrs. Carp, Mrs. Kline. Mrs Miami in a few weeks. ker and Mrs. Joel Mrs. Edward Gurtman ill be hostesses her f W1,h h er brother-in-law Alb. rt Pallet, Milton A. FnedEach member has been requestand sis,er Mr and Mf SWil'nan. Jerome Weinkle and Nat to bring a guest. ham Glick Mrs. Harry Hurewitz. Lauffer and son, Allan, 121 N. Miss Blumenfeld Picks March Wedding Date Mrs. Pearl Blumenfeld. 112" < I W. 34th tor., left for Brooklyn SISTERHOOD SLATES this week to attend the Bar CARD PARTY, MEETING Mitzva of Mrs. Lauffer's neph-, ew Max R. Silver flew home A card party will be held by Pen'nsvh"an'.a'av^.'"'ann'ounces'tne from New York yesterday after ^e Sisterhood of Miami Jewish engagement of her daughter, a week's stay Mrs. BenjaOrthodox Congregation. 8 pjn. Mitzie. to Sam Linksman, son of min Meyers is back from New ^/'^ !^ C Ta LT ?^\ Mr. and M. Morns Linksman of York where she served as a M H M*?' ^'If' N. w York and the Drake hotel, delegate to the National As & rf SSL!?S! fc 2* esses, id'ent of convenlion While in New York The Sisterhood will hold a busshe attended sessions of the 'ness meeting, 8 p.m. Wedneshas been set for March 17. I„„„„ .: t in.ii. • r A Miss Blumenfeld. a resi Miami Beach for eight years, was f." c ,le uea sessions ot UW|IINH meeting, a p.m. graduated from the Miami Beach Uni, ed Nations assembly, the day at th t Talmah Torah. High school and attended the Zionist Organization of America! Make vour contribution now to Walsh School „f Business Science, convention and the Herald Tribthe C mmuri tv Chest A graduate of New York schools. Mr. Linksman recently returned to the United States from the Pacific where he served with the infantry for four years. For The Best Hand Maile Chocolates Created By The House of G1RARD CANDIED FRUITS By FRANCOIS JACOUEMOUX (The Original) REMEMBRANCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE PARCEL POST FROM COAST TO COAST 10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue Opp. Florida Powir & Light Co. DAVID ROSNER ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THE REOPENING OF HIS VICTOR HOTEL On the Ocean at 12th Street — Miami Beach THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28th Spacious ultra-modern appointments presented in an atmosphere refined and enjoyable. Catering to a JewUfa clientele desiring the utmost in excellent Kosher cuisine, for which David Rosner is noted, and under whose management the VICTOR HOTEL eniovs its splendid reputation. 100 ROOMS 100 BATHS ALL FACING THE OCEAN Victor Hotel Strictly Kosher Dining Room Op.„ 0 the Public Enjoy A Real Treat By Making Advance Rotation. PHONE 5-0041 MRS. APPEL November meeting and social of the Miami Beach Women's auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will mark the closing of the summer book project under the chairmanship of Mrs. Benjamin Appel. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will preside at the meeting at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Burgandy room of the Wofford hotel. The program will feature Rabbi Irving Lehrman as guest speaker. Robert Bass, young cellist, will play his famous Prince Gurski Stradivarius cello. A cellist since the age of three, he is a student of Walter Grossman and was selected to be soloist with the University of Miami symphony. He will be accompanied by his father, Jon Bass, composer and pianist. Project workers are asked to make their reports at the meeting, Mrs. Appel said. *•** Hada^ One thousand ne* J] the goal set for tv, VH Hassan n Z ^4 ,sh -men taSj^J cause. Q f* 1 A fries of t eas „.;„,] ^thecampa lgn .K> P-merance. memi*^ man. announced ^', First of these event, ^1 at the home of Mrs' ^* Goodman, 3335 FUJ Members are inv.teTfl Wives of profess.onai.j be honored Nov. 26 J Ja. to be held at C* Mrs. Sam Blank. 600 E. 1 Another tea wffl be I 3 with Mrs. Louis Hei E. Rivo Alto dr j, L Wives of members of th.. Organization of Arrerol mothers of Junior Had*! Business and Profess:.^ ens division members itiJ RESUMEBREASJI The Sunday Morning] club, sponsored by ihel Parent-Teacher association] resume its activities this So morning at 8:45 ajn.. at thei gogue with a breaklast in I of the golden wedding i ary of Edward Safer'* i Jacksonville. Mrs. Safer, presides, adj Larry Simpkins. general L man. extend an invrtaBaj boys and girls of the L_ Hebrew schools. 13 yeni and over. Give once for all. Miktl contribution now to the j munity Chest. WEDS ENGLISH GIRL A marriage ceremony performed by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, united Miss Heather Bano of England and Dr. Alfred Levin of 2026 Prairie ave., Miami Beach, at the bridegroom's home on Nov. 10. Before coming to the United States, Mrs. Levin attended Oxford university in England where she studied law. Dr. Levin is a radiologist. LA TAUSCA GLEAMING PEARLS* fpD pim Tax La Tausca beautifully fashions this double strand pearl* necklace ... to flatter your pretty neck .. and compliment your smart fashions. Clasped with sterling hook set with rhinestones. Come complete with lovely snowwhite gift box. •.-itiiul.it • cl COT MIAMI HTORE, JEWELRY, STREET FLOOR Dr. Murray M. l\m ANNOUNCES THE OPESj OF HIS OFFICE FOB PRACTICE OF GENERAL DE AND ORAL SURGERY 817 Washington ATI MIAMI BEACH FU| Telephone 58-3M1 TOUJFJ %  41* COWH'WrfDl ftAST fL*0U A OWN .Ui" AT I'i I.\ iC4A.w #.:! -JSAMI AVITTW| OHN A M She had the wild recklessness of f West of Old! HENRY FONDA I VICTOR MATUtfl LINDA DARNEU] "MY DARLING CLEMENTINE EXTRA' "Anny ?<**>? | Chapi oDS with MUjJ I ARNOLD TOCKEB 'Wu



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N OVEMBOmi946_ I lY, Heiman Home ai Member Drive Lmbership tea at the home [Louis Heiman, 423 E L dr. Miami Beach, will r 1 .Umbership campaign of Beth David Si-urhood at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, membership chairman. A prize will be awarded to the member responsible for the most new members. Besides being hostess of the Lrs Heiman will serve as En of the tea with Mrs. Gordon as cochairman. Sal skit, "Trial By riwiU be enacted by mem1 the Sisterhood. Marshall iMrs Heiman's nephew, Ivacatiomng in Miami folIhis release from the ser|ill plav sevi ral piar.o se\ Marian Murray, draUano, will be the vocalL Murray appears annu[Town Hail in New York hd has given concerts |out New England and the Mrs. Max Shapiro arIthe program. Vpatir.g in the skit will be lesdamcs Jack August, [Gordon, Louis Heiman, Her Stiebil. Herman Slep\\ Rovcn, Irving Rosen, [Davidow, Isidor Langner, I Traung. Ben Markowitz, ison, Norman D. Jacobs, Her, Harry Markowitz, Jemaker. Ida Hertz, Lewis [and Ben Kar.del. V'air is open to members, id new members. Transj mav be arranged with cots, 528 S. W. 10th ave. Miami Zionists to Hear Southeastern Prexy Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham Ala., president of the Southeastern region, Zionist Organization of America, which convenes here this weekend, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Miami Zionist district Thursday evening at Beth David congregation. Nominations and elections will be held, Hyman Sootin, president announced. The Miami district will bo represented at the regional convention by Rabbis Max Shapiro Murray Grauer and Colman A Zwitman, and Hyman Sootin Harry Gordon, I. S. Shapoff, Burnett Roth, Nathan Adelman, Isador Langner, Maurice Grossman, Joel Zalis, Jerome Weinkle, A. P Cannes, Murray G. Cohen, Leo Rosen and Harry Gelfenstein. USNA MAN CONFERS WITH LOCAL AGENCIES Julian Stone of New York, field representative of the United Service for New Americans, is in Miami this week conferring with local agencies which deal with: refugee problems. Stone discussed resettlement of refugees in Miami and the immigration policies of USNA, which was recently formed by the merger of the Service to the Foreign Born department of the NaI tional Council of Jewish Women with the National Refugee Service. Meeting with Stono were representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Jewish Social Service bureau and the National Council of Jewish Women. Stone will conclude his threeday visit tomorrow. ^JwistFhridiari HEIMAN NOMINATED TO HEAD BETH DAVID Louis Heiman was nominated E2E 2 t h B th David !" n; ( a n ,wlinBtaw ££; He w,n -**** H. Sim S "w 0n th C S atC Panted by „ m Wcisscl. chairman of the nornmatmg committee, were Weissel, vice president; Burnett PAGE THREE Hebrew School Plans Thanksgiving Event Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will hold a Thanksgiving party Wednesday evening, Nov. 27, at the Biscayne Temple, Mack Apfelbaum, chairman of the event, announced this week. Assisting him will be the Mesdames E. A. Moss, Morris Ofsowitz, Benjamin Sokoloff, Nathan Coulton, Sam Kostoff, Sam Blank, Benny Stone, Herman Sklansky and Herbert Feldan. Information regarding the affair may be obtained from Mrs. Moss, 312 S. W. 15th ave., or Mrs. Ofsowitz, 1838 S. W. Ninth st. H. M. Drewich will preside at the regular meeting of the organization at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Miami Y, [Charm Forum tlit Students 'mwlir.g of the Charm Iof the National Council of I Women will be held today B. at Temple Beth Sholom, |ave. it 41st st. Under the >:;::? of Mrs. Sydney L. fsub and her cochairman, Award L. Cowen, subse|forums will be conducted t and thud Fridays in DeI and January. program will include study feral and individualized R skin care and hair styl[ Miss F. Lenore, local inin charm. Mrs. Weinl pupil of Mrs. Ruth Bryf"ie, will conduct sessions and public speaking. <& from this series will to maintain Council's •nips at the University of [Tickets may be purchased [door or subscriptions for Ff of five, from Mrs. Ed|*wen or Mrs. Aaron Farr, of education and culLOUIS HEIMAN Roth, recording secretary; Murray G. Cohen, financial secretly; Max Swartz, treasurer. Nominated as board members were David Brown, Sidney Lefcourt, Dr. Harold Rand, Samuel J. Spector, Bernard A. Sterling, Jerome Weinkle and Nat Zalka. Holdover board members are Jack August, Harry Markowitz, riyman Sootin and Jacob Sher. Elections will be hold early in December. EMANON CLUB PLANS CHANUKA BALL Tickets are now on sale for the annual Chanuka ball to be sponsored by the Emanon club of the Miami Y at the Miami Policemen's Benevolent association hall, 2300 N. W. 14th st., Sunday evening, Dec. 15, according to Sam Kratish, president. A popular orchestra will furnish music for dancing and a rumba contest is being planned by Nat Etkins, social chairman. Tickets may be purchased at the Miami Y or at Saks Fifth Ave., 701 Lincoln rd., at the accommodation desk. Temple Israel Youth To Hold Social First social meeting of the season will be held by the Youth Group of Temple Israel at 8 p.m. Saturday in Kaplan hall of the Temple. Lynn Berman's orchestra will provide music and a special program of professional entertainment will be featured. Members of the confirmation classes of the past six years have been invited as charter members of the organization and all young people in Temple Israel and their friends may attend. Plans regarding election of officers and a cultural program will be announced at the social. Archie Robbins Heads Lauderdale Temple Archie Robbins was elected president of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, at the annual congregational meeting Nov. 6t. Elected with him were Leon Nathanson, vice president; David Blume, treasurer; Harry Cohen, secretary; Moe Kat?, A. Stone,' Ben Kaufman, D. B. Lyons, M. Luxenberg, Nelson Elsasser, Dr. A. A. Shapiro, Abe Tarler, Jack Mintzer, A. Markowitz, board members. A reception was held for Rabbi David Paab following the meeting. Rabbi Raab will conduct services at 8 p.m. tonight at the Temple. In connection with Jewish Book Month, he will review the Harper prize novel of the year, Jo Sinclair's "Wasteland." To Air Group Tension "How Can We Lick Group Tension in America?" will be the topic of the Miami Round Table in its weekly broadcast over Station WIOD, 7 p.m. Saturday. Participants in the broadcast will be the Rev. Glenn C. James, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and the Rev. John H. McAtee. Bertman to Tell Fish Story to Patients Second edition of Hobby Night. Greater Miami B'nai B'rith's hospital service program, will be presented at the Pratt General hospital Monday evening under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sam Goldman. George J. Bertman, president of the Miami Beach lodge, will display his fishing reels and discuss deep sea fishing. Otto Erasmus, professional photographer, will show his collection of valuable camera lenses. A talk on recordings will be given by Charles R. Jacobson. Other hobbyists who are scheduled to appear are Mrs. Arnold Simon, who will make profile sketches of some of the Army patients and display her miniature pig collection, and Miss Goldberg, who will demonstrate textile painting. Hobbv night is a project of the Metropolitan Miami B'nai B'rith council. Polish Author to Speak For Beach Circle Second local appearance of Pincous Schwartz, author and lecturer, will be sponsored by the Miami Beach Workmen's Circle branch 692 this evening. Mr. Schwartz, who was active in the Polish cultural movement, will speak on "What to Do With Germany" at 8:30 p.m. in the Circle's lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Admission will be 50 cents. To Nominate Officers Special meeting of the Baltimore Club of Florida will be held 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, for the nomination of officers. MJOC TO MEET Regular meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held Tuesday evening at the synagogue, according to A. M. Bear, president. To Hold Concert for JNF Benefitting the Jewish National Fund, a concert featuring local artists will be held 7 p.m. Monday by the Pioneer Women s organization, club member two. a t 25 Washington ave. Refreshments will be served. M S! Lena Mintzes, JNF chairman for the club, will be in charge. Opera Guild of Miami Presents "LA BOHEME," by Puccini January 11th-1Sth.14th.16th "BARBER OF SEVILLE," by Rossini March 1st-3rd and 4th Tickets on Sale at Cordellia's, Amidon s. Burdine's, Miami Beach Radio Shop, and Opera Guild Office. 625 S. W. 29th Rd. Phone 3-5967. With All Metropolitan Stars MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM—W. Flagler St. WE BOW OUR HEADS IN GRIE AND EXTEND OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHIES TO THE FAMILY OF OUR LATE, LAMENTED CHAVAR AND FRIEND EMANUEL GORDON WHO PASSED AWAY NOVEMBER 12 PIONEER WOMEN. CLUB No. 1 PIONEER WOMEN. CLUB No 2 PIONEER WOMEN. KADIMAH CHA "ttUIIOUS UVINO H? CUISINE -.r. nip Mo„o 8 m n Ey wwH wj y.o, — STRTNTTETT A O R A N T cJpi" "•f. ** "Zoo— Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Beach j Washington Ave. at 13thJ5tre* 1 Special Turkey Dinner Sunday. November 17, 1946 $2.50 Half Grapefruit Chicken Fricasee with Rice Vegetable Soup Roast Turkey. Dressing Cranberry Sauce Candied Sweet Potatoes Asparagus Celery Olives Cole Slaw Home-Made Pastry Tea Please Call 5-3189 for Reservations Dietary Laws Strictly Observed DINNERS SERVED DAILY w %  WAELS 146 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Y PLAYERS TO HOLD TRYOUTS Casting for parts in a three-act comedy will be held Tuesday evening by the Y Players at the Miami Y gym, according to Herbert Cole, director. Organized this week, the Players will produce "Out of the Frying Pan" later in the season. Dramatic instruction will also be offered. Membership is still open. Cole made a special request for male actors and stagehands. The Players will make their own scenery and handle all production details. YPL PLANS DANCE Young People league of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold a dance at the Center, 8 p.m., Sunday. Men and women between the ages of 18 and 25 years are invited. NEW CARS! NEW QUALITY! NO QUANTITY! ^CHEVROLET Yes. we have th e great new Chevrolet, the finest Chevrolet ever built—but, unfortunately, not enough of these new cars yet to satisfy all the demands. Until we have one for you, continue to conserve your present car. Let us keep it in "A-l" condition with "A-l" servicing, designed to give you the best possible car performance. Come in today and regularly! LIJBY Chevrolet Co. Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer W. Flagler St. at 11 ih Ave. PHONE 9-6441 • • .i-.,:1 4 II



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: 1 I f %  i! PAGE FOUR *JeistFk>rkflar ih^^mhMa^m^ Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 I hone ***** Entered Second Claw Matter July 4. 19S0. at the ro.t Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March. 3. i' 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 Miami 18. Florida. Friday. November 15, 1946 VOLUME 19 NUMBER 46 CHESHVAN 21. 5707 FACE FACTS FRIDAY By GEORGE I. %  More JSSl While the Miami Beach Zionist | Considering his background as district is acting BJ host lhis a refugee from persecution and weekend to convention delegates hjs unt i r ing efforts in behalf of from s.x Southeastern states, its his br#th Shcpte to natural for Shep to be chosen as Columbians About Coin Here iiiaj' ,s an interest, %  ... ~.^...ren overseas, it was only story 0 f ono „ .L %  I Basle, Switzerland, on the most I a representative to the World to illustrate the ca i h important mission of his career.; Jewish Congress in Switzerland. ship guiding this folk un-Ai Thenis a poignant Story beAnd so it is that some 25 years hind Shep's journey. Following aftcr his flight from tyranny, According to reli w to £ a m M. Homer L e of aid the remaining remnants as di the same principal reasons that on OVER THE TOP A tremendous amount of effort has been put into the campaign of our Dade County Community Chest. The drive was launched Tuesday at a dinner for volunteer workers. Those present demonstrated an enthusiasm and willingness to gc out and raise the funds needed to take care of the 160.0UU people served by the 22 Chest agencies. It is not an easy undertaking. Early reports indicate an apathy towards Chest giving that bespeaks unfavorably for our community. Old-timers should be aware of the program of the Chest ana understaand fully the importance of supporting its needs. New residents must be familiar with identical Chest activities in then former communities. ,. As residents of a community we must intelligently realize, curt*. A"^*** that we have to share the burdens of Chest beneficiaries and M that responsibility can be faced only by assuming a share in meeting those needs. This means getting out and giving the drive a lift with leg work solicitation and with donating of your dollars. Let's put the Chest drive over the toporganization. Ac the wake of World War I. there shep fc returning to £u was widespread persecution of M ,,_ ^ miwtlmm .. identified as one of tithe Columbian"! %  > 15, as a refugee fleeing this mass our people. Apnl 9 ^^ | in the country of his oriLast week. I attended a sponLoomis in Marat **' gin. Shepard Broad eame to the' t aneous j^n voyage luncheon cuit c "urt, Bradentn. 0 Unit, d States to seek freedom tendered to shep and Ruth Broa(J Mrs. Lo 0mis ob ^ security and peace. These were u vorce on ei-mma %  the eve of their departure. m ( n ,.i 7 Mds 11 cruelty, charge FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE The Jewish Cultural committee will inaugurate its second annual series of cultural programs on behalf of its sixteen representative organizations on Sunday evening. The meagre response to a presentation of this type, enhancing immeasurably the cultural level of our community, shows a lack of appreciation toward this program. We clamor for the chance to see and hear leaders in the field of education and music and then, when given the opportunity, let it fall by the wayside. The sooner we take the lead in supporting endeavors that are progressive, stimulating and enlightening, that much sooner will the organizations present bigger and better programs. Instead of plodding through a season, wouldn't it be wonder ful to have to worry about taking care of the overflow? ity and intelligence, as well as character and perseverance, Shep made good. He, however, never forgot his brethren who remained in strife-torn Europe. Having escaped the tyranny of terrorists, he knew full well the eternal wish of European Jews for a haven of peace and sewhen the district in its formative years asked that he lead them in their vital work, he accepted, and thereafter dedicated much of his time, his energy and hit resources to Eretz Yisroel. standing community leaders, Jews ran a thread o and Gentiles, arose and expressed towards both Neer^J their heartfelt esteem for this! which Loomis was7h lovable couple. The mayor, the displaying. Mrs. Loomis also i he had advocated p. Nazism and Facism ^ one time, while the? | ing on a farm near R, Va., he was under in? by the FBI. She also stated that I police chief, the rabbis, business associates and fellow Zionists all paid high tribute to the work performed by Shep in behalf of ^his fellowmen and wished him "God speed" in the great mission that was ahead of him. The wholehearted sincerity of the tribute overcame Shep. Broken 1 openly advocated that il with emotion, he gratefully acbe "rounded up and seal knowledged the plaudits and affirmed his resolve to carry on his humanitarian efforts. Africa and that the Jem] be eliminated from U the earth." Apartment Men To Aid Beach Miami Reach Apartment House Owners association will hold a brunch Sunday morning at the National hotel to benefit the Bi ach Y's S300.000 building fund campaign, Harold Herman, director of the drive, reported this week. In charge of the brunch are Ben Giller, Mike Fox. E. R. Tanenbaum and Arthur B. Frishman. executive director of the ass nation. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker. The Y's drive reached the halfway mark early this week. Herman said. St. Petersburg Woman Wins Palestine Trip m;VIII WELCOMES (Continued Irom Page 1) Arthur Griffiths. Miami Herald columnist, will lead a discussion on press relations at 4 p.m. Sunday. At S p.m.. a veterans symposium will be held, led by Major Hershel Auerbach of Jacksonville, former regional director if the veterans bureau of ZOA. The Miami Beach Jewish War Veterans post, of which Harry Adams is commander, and the Freda Markowitz post, with Dr. f Maurice Klein as commander, will participate. Dr. Shlomo Bardin. director of the American Zionist Youth com-' mission, will be the principal speaker at the youth commission dinner at 7 p.m. Sunday. A special program of youth work has been prepared by the Greater Miami Youth commission of which S. A. Goodman is chairman. Presiding will be Miss Natalie FrankeJ. president of the local MENDEL FISHER institute will be given by Carolyn Eplan of Atlanta Junior rladassah. Rabbi Leon Milton Cohen of Birmingham. Kronish and A. P. Cannes, dnecike Abclson of Birmingham r of the Bureau of Jewish Eduwill preside at the Monday mornBIOGRAPHICAL DATA: Lew Slotm was the atomscientist who stopped a dangerous chain reaction which menaced the lives of his colleagues last summer, somewhere near New Mexico He stopped the reaction, but lost his life in the resulting explosion When Lew was a student in Lo)ido?i. a perfect stranger stopped him in the street Engaged him in a Hebrew conversation Lew, who spoke the language of his fathers fluently, had been chosen because he was the first Jewish-looking passerby It turned out that the stranger was a Palestinian student of aeronautical engineering, who was having trouble with his homework because he didn't understand English. He begged Lew to help him, and Lew, who was a big man even in the little things, translated a perfect stranger's homework for several menths. "S. O. S—SAVE OUR SOILPLANT TREES IN PALESTINE NOW* was the slogan that won a free round-trip to Palestine for Mrs. Helen Wilner, wife of Rabbi Herbert J. Wilner of St. Petersburg. Fla according to Samuel S. Wolfson, chairman of the tree slogan committee of the Jewish National Fund of Los Angeles. cation of Miami, are cochairmen of the program committee. Mrs. Irving Lehrman will direct an original sketch written by Cannes n which local members of the •arums Zionist youth groups will participate. Reports on the Brandeis Camp BETH DAVID TO OPEN FUND DRIVE SUNDAY (Continued from Page 1) Division chairmen of the drive are Jacob Sher. initial gifts; Louis Heiman, special gifts, and Ben Essen, general solicitation. David Brown is treasurer of the drive and Hen Markowitz, Stanley C Myers. Sam J. Speetor. William ing sessions which will be devoted to the Jewish National Fund. Guest speaker will be Mendel N. Fisher, executive director of the Jewish National Fund of America. Dr. Sidney Marks, executive director of the Zionist Organiza1ST PARLEY tion of America, will be L Monday at the lunchea] jW'ill be given overtoil/ I can Christian Palestinec Highlight of the will be an addreu of | rael Goldstein, pat of the Zionist America, who will i complete convention it j cruet Monday erenim, | wood] cludedl progru| be a I. K stele oil hsjk subject its Pil in Wei relate I perierogj WEINSTEIN i„g | yint to the Holy Ui| stallaiion of officers place at the banquet being a Tanged by a i headed by Matthew Sil* Delegates remaining fonral conclusion of I tion night will be enter! fishing, sight-seeing trips by Miami Beach i Tuesday. Miss and BRITISH ON WATCH FOR JEWISH TERROR (Continued from Page 1) mittce, issued the following statement: "On the 17th of January Mr. Bevin fully explained that no proposals for the future of Palestine could be put forward until the Anglo-American Commission of Inquiry has reported, and the resulting talks with Arabs and Jews have still to be concluded." Another British spokesman said that Britain was prepared to turn the matter over to the UN if the London conference on Palestine collapsed. THINK IT OVER Certain Jewish leaders should have thought twice before endorsing the protests against Archbishop Stepanec's conviction by a Yugoslav court martial at Zagreb Stepanec's anti-Semitic record is beyond doubt His own diocese organ. "The Catholic Weekly." promoted the massacre of Jews as soon as HitI k^| NEW YORK (JTA) The disler's puppet government in I ^ fl^W 1 cussions on Palestine between Croatia gave the word Stepa\ | r t ^g • Secretary of State Bvrnes and necs connection with the fascist, ^*^^^^ M^gfW^_ BriUsh Forcign Secretary Bevin Jew-murdering Ustachi was es-1 MARKOWIXZ SHE R will start here this week, the tablished at his trial And if gh M j ew ish Telegraphic Agency has you want to know the Ustachi *££"' Swartz %  Sam ]carned ^ Ambassador share m the extermination of Weasel are vice chairmen. M. J. Invorrhapel is expe cted to come Yugoslavian Jewry, you can get Kopelowitz is campaign secretary. | from Washington to New York the information in the American Several dinners haw been held to participate in the talks. i^^J**1500 *' ,ssued .. bv [by the initial gifts division dur! The presence in New York of ing the past weeks. 'David Ben Gurion, Dr. Moshe American Jewish committee. Sneh and other membenl Jewish Agency executive.? as the presence of Arab I tions attending the UNI assembly, will make it [ to consult with both, if* it was pointed out. ever, would not affect I ference on Palestine wins, resume in London on Pioneer Women H Palestine Delegate Moishe Zamir. Pal*| gate of Habonim, will speaker at a meeting of j Women's organization. hpr one at 8 p-f' Beth David. Mrs. Henry 1 president, announces. Cantor A. Friedman featured vocalist will be served. W cultural program ISM 1 garten. ,„. nil. MaH Give once for • .. contribution now to munity Chest. %  .,,r_*;-.**•<•';;•;:



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)AY NQV g^BUSJ^ 9 idential Election To Contest Topic L > w its topic from the presKcTsitu P ation.B-naiB'rith LF lodge is sponsoring a deIZ Ivhk-h teams from many fee public and Catholic schools I be represented. L tooic to be debated is: t!!ivcd That the Constitution Ki Be Amended to Provide ft Election of a President Lin 60 Davs From Such Time U Clear Majority in Each LiofConurcssIsof aDifferfpolitical Party Than the Ex|tive Branch." trticipating schools will hold Lation contests within the t few weeks and semi-finals be held on Dec. 17 and 18. lo uams from each school, one Amative and one negative, will [represented at the finals, to I held on Dec. 19. Plans are tg made to broadcast the lls over a local network. JetWeinkU' and Dan Satin are Linen of the contest. L winning team will be Lrded a one-week trip to Lhington. D. C, with all exses paid. There they will B Congress. Sightseeing trips [additional entertainments are g planned for the team by the Guest Rabbi to Speak At Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi Solomon D. Goldiarb of Congregation B'rith Shnlr.m Charleston. S. C, will bltt. guest speaker at Friday cven.ng services at Temple Beth Sholom this evening in honor of the southeast Zionist ^*wistiFk>rI(f/ar} conference. upport the Red Feather agenL Give to your Community t. (ILL SHARE HOME WITH ibuPLE. ALSO DOUBLE Soov FOR RENT WITHOUT (ITCHEN PRIVILEGES. NICE 1IRR0UNDINGS. RENT READABLE '; BLOCK FROM ||J5 LINE. TAKE BUS No. 16. N. W. Flagler Terrace Beautiful Miami Medical Center 1.K1 for treatment! of acute ll, end convaleicent OINI ally equipped for ear* of %  and mental disorders, I and alcoholic habits. Paytrap/, Hydrotharapy and flcshock therapy scientificf jreen. P. L. DODGE, M. D. I MM til Director and President I*' N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phonee 2 0243-9-1042 Opes to Members of iCounty Medical Assn. RABBI GOLDFARB Rabbi Goldfarb will have as his sermon topic "Will They Partition the Bible. Too?" After graduation from New York university, Rabbi Goldfarb received his ordination at the Jewish Theological seminary. He occupied pulpits in Alban Brooklyn before coming to Charleston and has spent six months in Palestine. Rabbi Goldfarb is a well-known Zionist and has published articles for Conservative Judaism and Hadoar. Rabbi Leon Kronish will conduct th L services. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. ROOM FOR RENT 1331 14th St., Miami Beach Large airy double room. Private bath and shower: sun deck: all home privileges: $1,500 for seaeon, yearly if preferred. Call evenings, 6 to 9. RITES FOR E. GORDON HELD THURSDAY Last tribute was paid to Ema n r uel Gordon. 70, before a large gathering of friends at funeral •services held in the Beth David synagogue yesterday afternoon. Burial followed in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbis Max Shapiro, Moses Meseheloff, Irving Lehrman and Murray Grauer officiated. Assisting were Cantors Maurice Mamchcs and Abraham FriedActive pallbearers were Louis Heiman, Carl Weinkle, Jack Apte, Stanley C. Myers, Nat Zalka, Teddy Bramsen, Fred K. Shochet, Abe Schoenfeld, Jerry Alexander. Lai Pont. Honorary pallbearers were Harry Sirkin. Nathan Alexander. Sol Schwartz. I. Langner A. Miller and Charles Kronenfeld. Gordon passed away Tuesday morning at his home, 1021 N. W. First st., following a lingering illness. He came to Miami 21 years ago from Macon. Ga„ and immediately interested himself in the work of local Jewish organizations. He was one of the organizers of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association and was the founder of the Gordon Funeral home. He was a member of Beth David synagogue, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Miami Beach Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith, the Zionist organization and the Masons. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Adelia Gordon; three sons. Harry, his associate at the funeral home, Irvin and Ike. all of Miami; lour daughters, Miss Reba Gordon and Mrs. Sophie Frank, of Miami; Mrs. Sue Margolis, of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Laura Quitner, of Los Angeles, and 10 grandchildren. PAGE FIVE Rabbi Appelbaum Goes To St. Paul Pulpit Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum, formerly affiliated with Temple Israel of Miami, will become spiritual leader of the Mt. Zion Hebrew Congregation of St. Paul, Minn., on Dec. 1, it was announced this week. Invited to serve Temple Israel when Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman enlisted in the Army, Rabbi Appelbaum led the congregation from December, 1944, to June, 1946. He succeeds the late Rabbi Harry S. Margulis, treasurer of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, who occupied the Mt. Zion pulpit for 21 years until his death this summer. The congregation will observe its 90th anniversary in February. ^ppiWpeV.^Sfc^W' Support your community by supporting th e Community Chest. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. 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PAGE SIX +Jelsl>Fk)rklian_ %  .?' %  •','. I I i %  1 Zionist Youth Leader To Be Synagogue Guest Dr. Shlomo Bardin, executive director of the American Zionist Youth commission, will be guest speaker at the Beth David services, 8:15 p.m. this evening. Dr. Bardin, who was formerly principal of Haifa Technical High school, will discuss "We Must Reason Together." Delegates to the Southeastern regional convention of the Zionist Organization of America, which meets at Miami Beach this weekend, will be welcomed. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate at the services. A reception will follow in the auditorium with Mrs. Harry Oliphant serving as hostess in memory of her father, Morris Karp, who died recently. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson have donated the pulpit flowers in honor of the return of their son. Bernard, from the Navy. Mrs. Abraham Kasow. 551 N. E. 69th St.. is Friday night chairman. Members who wish to celebrate an anniversary or birthday or to memorialize a relative or i friend with synagogue observance may contact her. Sabbath services will be held for adults at 8:30 a.m. and for students at 10.30 a.m. B'nai It'rilli Briefs HANNAU TO EXHIBIT The Parents Magazine, a na-' tiona] publication published in New York, has invited Hannau, Studios of Miami Beach and New York to exhibit their children's pictures in the Photograph Gallery of the magazine in Mew York, in the series of exhibitions of -The Work of Outstand:ni; American Artists." The exhibition will be opened this month. By Paul Weitxman Miami Beach lodge No. 1591 has scheduled its next business meeting for 8:15 p.m. Tuesday, at the National hotel auditorium. Walter C. Kovner. program chairman, announces that at the conclusion of the business meeting, there will be a showing of a March of Time film about Palestine. In addition to the Him, a prominent speaker will address B'nai B'rith members and their | friends at this meeting. The nominating committee will render its report at the forthcoming meeting and present a slate ot candidates who will run for. office in [December. The attention of the membership is called to %  e tact tl at at this coming i meeting, nominations for office! may be made by the membership at large from the floor. The combined lisl Of candidates will ap-j pear on thi ballot <>n election | night to be eld at a meeting in i i • • • The B'nai B'rith office is attempting to bring the mailing : i. %  membership up to date and is asking members to notify the office if they are not reci iving their mail or if their latest address has not been filed with the office. Pleas,call the B'nai B'rith office, Room 203, 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, telephone 5-2434, between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. any week day except Saturday. • • • George J. Talianoff, who preS( n t, d an ADL program at our last meeting and delivered an excellent lecture depicting ADL ,i aa well • showing the ran Sinatra film, "The Mouse We Live In," ased us to acknowledge that the projection equipment used In the showing of the film u as lo -"ed by Kurt Enfield of Enfield Camera shop. We all appreciate the courtesy and cooperation of this Ben B'rith. Eddie Newman, brother of Godfrey and Arnold Newman, just returned from the service. Frank J. Shames, of Sanford, Fla., renewed B'nai B'rith acquaintance while in Miami, and Frank Bayer, president of West Palm Beach lodge, is recuperating from an operation in the Victoria hospital. The Harold Turks celebrated their eighth anniversary on Tuesday and for a pre-celebration, together with the Talianoffs and the Weitzmans, spent a week-end of fishing in Everglades City— we will omit the fish stories — Ge rge Talianoff is celebrating his birthday this week and a surprise party to celebrate the birthday of Belle Goldstrich, wife of Manni t Goldstrich, was held at the home of Morry Morris, last Monday. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins & Wiih, Avet. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D*nM "UMB Telephone 5-1017 Local Women to Honor Palestine Leader Mrs. Goldie Meyerson, temporary chairman of the Vaad Leumi (Jewish National assembly) in Palestine, will be presented with a Golden Book certificate in absentia at an affair to be held by the Pioneer Women's organization club number one Jan. 5. The event will mark the 45th anniversary of the Jewish National Fund. Also to be honored are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Breen. newlyweds. Zionist youth leaders in Miami. In charge of the affair, which will be held at Beth David, are the Mesdames Henry Seitlin, I. S. MENDELSOHN'S Ocean Villa Kosher Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue, corner 13th Street. Miami Beach OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SERVING DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS HOTEL ROOMS NEWLY DECORATED PHONE 5-9334 Shapoff, Pushkin, Freedman. Levitt. Pearl Raidman, Sadie Karasik. Stepkin. Feinstein, I. Rosengarten and J. Stadlin. Two Miamians Attend Hadassah Convention Mrs. Abraham Goodman, president of the Beach group of Hadassah, and Mrs. Moe Feingold of the town group, represented the Greater Miami chapter at the 32nd annual Hadassah convention held in Boston this week. The convention took action to increase Hadassah's medical program for the benefit of newcomers to the Holy Land and mapped expansion in other fields, chiefly child welfare, vocational education, land reclamation and the rehabilitation and resettlement of Jewish refugee children under the auspices of the Youth Aliyah movement of which Hadassah is the official American agency. .t Amvets Seek Members V. terans of World War II have been invited to attend a meeting of the Robert Richter post, AMVETS, 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Hawaiian room of the Glades hotel. 28th st. and Collins ave. A membership drive will be aunched at the meeting with a prize going to the AM VET who brings in the most new members. ZIONIST CONVENTION COMMITTEES LISTED Task of arranging the Southeastern Zionist region's ninth annual conference rested on the shoulders of Harold Shapiro, general chairman, and these committees: Arrangements: Jack D. Burris, chairman; Jake Felt, Abraham Goodman, Dr. Louis G. Lytton and Harry I. Magid. Reception: Oscar L e 1 c h u k, chairman; M. H. Frankel, Dr. M. J. Glick, Ehiel Lesowoder, Louis Miller and Dr. Z. I. Sabshin. Reservations: Ed J. Singer, chairman; Dr. Harry H. Queen. Leo Robinson, Raymond Rubin and Carl Weinkle. Editorial: Andre Bialolenki. chairman; Archie Brick, Herb Ellisburg, Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Max Meisel and Philip Salmon. Registration: S. A. Goodman, chairman; Sam Lachman, Harry Miller, Harold B. Spaet and Ernie Wolfe. Preparations: Natalie Frankel, chairman; Toby Cooper, Charles Freefield, Natalie Goodrich, Molly S. Schreiber, Hilda Schwartz. Dorothy Susman and Harold G. Shapiro. Journal: A. L. Perper, chairman; Harry Platoff, Samuel A. Rivkind. Seymour Rubin, Gus Trau and H. Rangel. Program: Alex Van Straaten, chairman; Harry A. Cornblum. Bernard S. Feiner, William I. Feuer, Nathan Glosser and Isador Goldberg. Recreation: Ernie Levin, chairman; N. H. Hankoff, Leonard Moriber. Dr. J. B. Pomerance and Harold Vinson. Publicity: Alfred Stone, chairman; George J. Talianoff. Hadassah: Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman; Mrs. A. Goodman, Mrs. Joseph Karp, Mrs. Edward Friedman and Mrs. Jerry Goodman. Religious: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, chairman; Rabbi Murray Grauer, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi David Raab, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Colman Zwitman. Banquet: Matthew Silverstein, chairman; Daniel M. Broad, Jacob Fishman, Bertram Miller and Sam Prosterman. Transportation: Max Greenberg, chairman; Paul L. Greene, Theodore Gulkis, Harry W. Lehman and Joseph Mazo. Publication: Shepard Broad, chairman; Benjamin Appel, Leonard Barr, Charles Bender, George M. Cohen and Morris Newmark. Youth: Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman; A. P. Gannes, Mrs. I. Lehrman and Mrs. E. Lesowoder. ^^^2^J Miami B nai B'rift Noddles Sam Sil,, Sam Silver EMU Coral G.M


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"BP" !" jlWMm !" HMWHtffl Ly N OVEMBER 15, 1946 ^Jen mncrtdltari -==— -^-F risi/ rnria nan ^ABUS THANKSGIVING WWCBmAIDMMMIHIUa. PROGRAM r..n„ rf the Presi— PAGE SEVEN L Palm P" li0 of the Presi 7 Ma d.son hotel is the site twi bv the B'nai B'rith Emm a ^ 5 chapter for the ThanksL dance H Will sponsor on P ay evening, Nov. 23. Wc f or the evening will be Led by Art Santirzo and his L t ra currently featured at fpalm PatioFeatured act* be presented for the eveIs entertainment. Irking on the arrangements h dance are Miss Dolly Pont, jdent ol the chapter; Miss I Pont, chairman of the ,. Miss Toby Stepkin, cortlD, and the committee, Pat Simmons, Miss Lynn ber and Miss Minna Simon^eeds from the dance will [ed to further the work on 1 house at the University of Conferring with Mrs. Albert Grossman of the President Madison hotel (far left) on arrangements for the B'nai B'rith Emma Lazarus chapter dance are (left to right) Miss Ethel Pont Miss Dolly Pont and Miss Toby Stepkin. The benefit dance will be held at the hotel Nov. 23. Local Council Maps Book Month Activities Jewish Book Month, Nov. 15 to Dec. 15, will be observed locally with exhibitions. Sabbath services and a book review contest, A. P. Gannes, secretary of the local Jewish Book council, announced this week. "Give, read and buy a Jewish book" is the slogan of the celebrations. The council resurried activities Wednesday under the chairmanship of Max Meisel. Plans were made for book exhibits at congregations and organization meetIngs. Exhibitions may be arranged with the council at its headquarters in the Bureau of Jewish Education, Congress building. Jewish Book Sabbath will be observed Nov. 22 and 23. Details of the review contest for adolescents and young adults will be announced next week. Members of the council are the Y's, synagogues and the Bureau of Jewish Education. Heads Athletic Council Marvin Magid, AZA Royal Palm representative, was elected chairman of the Beach Y Athletic council Sunday with Bernard Millstein, South Beach Comets, as his assistant. Plans were formulated for a teen-age intramural basketball league to start Sunday, Nov. 24. Entered in the league to date are the Royal Palms, Poinciana, Flamingo, Playboy and South Beach Comets. Dentist Opens Office Dr. Murray M. Zinner announces the opening of his offices for the practice of general dentistry and oral surgery at 817 Washington ave. Dr. Zinner, a graduate of Columbia university, and former intern at Morrisania hospital in New York city, has practiced dentistry in New York for the past 11 years, and is now associated with Dr. George A. Graham at the above address. kowitz to Speak Center Services If Hatred or Self Esteem" fee discussed by Abe Berko|of Birmingham, Ala., presi|of the Southeastern region, st Organization of America, he speaks at services at MIL this evening at the Mileach Jewish Center. fcbi Irving Lehrman will ofjand Cantor Jacob Bernard I York city will chant the KS assisted by the Center 4i Lehrman will discuss the By portion of the law at ser[it 9 a.m. Saturday. Junior I will be at 10 a.m. •Women Observe tonal Book Month iihitions of modern Jewish i and unusual Jewish cere1 objects will be displayed Miami Beach Jewish Cen)t 8:15 p.m. Tuesday. I celebrate National Jewish Month, Rabbi Irving LehrI will review Sholom Alei|i's "The Old Country." I exhibit will include books age groups. The cereI objects which will be dishave been collected from |er the country. icial hour and refreshments follow the program. IOFF TO SPEAK r e J. Talianoff, Florida director of the Antijution league, will speak on Ws in Community Relaat a meeting of the DBG *, B'nai B'nth Girls, 7:30 Tuesday at the Miami Y. for Rett CONVAUSC wn-RpyPark nlthfesort *Q Garment Miar.. Cleaners. Tailor. ^essmakers! B U T T O N S gWG ROOM SUPpEDUS, SCISSORS. SHEARS Phone 2-5S90 l>62wVT LYCa AJC to Hear Review On Three Books on FDR Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will discuss three new best sellers on the life of Franklin Delano Roosevelt at the second meeting of the Friday Review series, sponsored by the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress. The meeting will be held at 2 p.m. next Friday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Elliot Roosevelt's "As He Saw It," Louis Adamic's "Dinner At the White House," and Frances Perkins' "The Roosevelt I Knew'' will be reviewed. EXECUTIVES TO MEET Executive committee of the Florida Federation. B'nai B'rith lodges, will meet at the San Juan hotel in Orlando Saturday and Sunday, according to Jack Kapner, president, of West Palm Beach. Attending from Greater Miami will be Milton A. Friedman. George Bertman. Harold Turk. Louis Heiman, Jack A. Abbott, E. Albert Pallot and George J. Talianoff. CHORUS CONCERT HONORS COMPOSER The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus is now preparing a special concert to honor the late Jacob Schaeffer, composer of recent Jewish folk songs. Louis Powesky, conductor, has prepared a list of the most popular of Schaeffer's works for presentation at the Dec. 8 concert at Beth David synagogue. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Irving Birnberg, 1745 S. W. Sixth st. In gratefulness for the successful operation of her daughter, Mrs. Lillian Silver has joined as leading honorary member of the chorus. New members are A. Fraidlin of Hialeah, basso, and Naomi Abel of Miami Beach, alto. Present enrollment is 68. The chorus is seeking a membership ol 100. 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1 PAGE EIGHT +Je*lsbfk>rldlan GREYHOUND SEASON OPENS AT BISCAYNE Official start of the greyhound racing season will be marked tonight at the Biscaync Kennel club, according to Tom Hogan, director of racing. Post time is 7:30 p.m. From 300 to 400 of the nation's top dogs will be seen at Biscayne this season, which will last through Dec. 31. Stars of last winter and champions of summer racing in the East will be on hand. The same "official family" in past years will direct Biscayne activities with Joe H. Adams, general manager; Frank G. Burghart, comptroller; W. R. (Bill) Moore, presiding judge; Carl (Cody) Coffman, associate judge, and James Hodeck, racing secretary. Y FIVE PRACTICES Miami Y will enter its varsity basketball team in the YMCA league. Abe Cutler, coach of the team and former professional basketball star, announced this week. Conditioning practices are hold at the Y on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Play in the league will start Jan. 6 at the YMCA. MRS. SELIG ELECTED TO NCJW DIRECTORATE Mrs. Monte Selig, .past president of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women. was elected a six-year member of the organization's national board of directors .it the 18th triennial convention last week in Dallas, Texas. M i s Selig is chairman of the SOS %  MU overseas l\ 'M vivors) drive in Greater Miami Attending the convention as representative oi the Miami seetion v., re Mrs. Nal IWilliams and Mrs Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Joseph M. Welt was reelected president (or a three-year term Workmen's Circle Forms English-Speaking Branch Organization of an Englishspeaking branch <>f the Greater Miami Workmen's circle was announced this week. Men and women between the ages "f 20 and 55 years are eligible to join the organization which sponsors sick benefits, mutual assistance and general insurance. Meetings will be held on the lust and third Thursdays of each month at the circle's lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Next meeting will be held Nov. 21. The Wurmen's circle has been in existence for almost 50 years nationally. Temple To Be Host To Cavalcade Speaker Rabbi Ariel Goldburg, spiritual leader of the Congregation Beth Ahavah, Richmond, Va., will be the #uest of Temple Israel at serMRS. SELIG Reunion for Campers First reunion of the Miami V's 1946 summer camp will be held Biter school next Friday at the Y. Movies will he shown and refresh:; uiits served, TO SPEAK AT CHURCH "Whatever Happened to FoxHole Religion" will be Rabbi Colman A Zwitman'8 topic when he -peaks at the Community church of Miami Shores at 11 a.m. Sunday, the Rev. Donald Douds, minister of the church, announced this week. Rabbi Zwitman was an Army chaplain and served in the Philippines prior to his recent return to Temple Israel. RABBI GOLDBURG vices this evening as the visiting preacher of the American Jewish Cavalcade of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, according to Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Rabbi Goldburg will speak on 'Judaism: The Oldest Living Religious Faith." His visit is one of the 80 such visitations to leading communities throughout the United States made under the auspices of the UAHC. the federation of 300 Reform Jewish congregations of which Temple Israel of this city is a member. President Truman recently commended the UAHC for sponsoring the Cavalcade. Support the Red Feather agencies. Give to your Community Chest. NEW HOME FOR RENT Here i your opportunity to rent a new CBS. 2-bedroom delightfully modern home. WELL LOCATED Available for the Seaaon Phone 6-4900 WISH TO SHARE MY LOVELY CORNER HOME Accommodate Up to Four Private Bath and Entrance NOW UNTIL MAY 1st -S1.500 1800 S. W. 17ih Street Phone 2-4429 1 FOR VETER^ Vet Kc nounced man. mandei J' stat sist in Establishment of a teransm**i** veterans ^\ ( t t h,s w <*k ^ > Flo ; id u a Cui r of the JWV U JWV's service offi, w J a t'ned at Dinner rf v ^rans in fii ing c ^ solv.ng other prob |ZV It is believed that? 1 .] first time a Jewish „J' J has been accorded thi,, Goldman said. Goldman was principal M at a joint meeting of th/5 and St. Petersburg 2* fay. He presided VJ terly oepartment meet m8ll lando several weeks ago. AGED HOMEPRfOf: ATTRACTS MANY Harold Shapiro, director J Jewish Home for the i ing fund drive, was m ceremonies at a program i ed by several hundred's, night at the Home. Rabbi 1 Ler.rman was the speaker and described thai of the Home. Entertainment was p by Cantor Abraham Freda Sonya Gerbert, Mrs. C^Bsl zog and Jenny Kamem. Jfr. L Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg. m sented by their son-in-law daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry] Bear, were hosts for the eta Mr. Shapiro announced many persons are raKribi $100 or more to bccon-.e'iei^ bers of the organization wJrj] now completing an addiiianj southwest Mdior. insist. Cards for solicitation i butions to the building fusil distributed at a board tors meeting Monday n:gkll campaign is for the purpat] raising $75,000. Newman Discharged] Pfc. Edward Newman, Hill lins ave.. returned to Miami! day with his discharge (real Army after 14 months' His last post was at Enid. Okkl Florida's only licensed Jfl funeral director and enh Newman will become with the Riverside chapel. •* Dr. Stanley C. Wasman VETERINARIAN Announces the Opening of THE NEW Miami Beach Animal Hospital 1929 Purdv Avenue 20th St. and th e Bay Miami Beach, Florida 9:30-12 and 1-4:30 And by Appointment Telephone 5-5283 BULLetm of the Our waiters deal I ned your tips. 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, Y wfiV EMBERlS, 1946 + kwlsl>nbrldrfor PAGE NINE "edding Plans~^ g mghTMiami 9 s Social Sphere %  ft B Richter Announces Uber Wedding Date c hl ,iev Richter, daughter ^ Sh "\is J. A. Richter, Kr Bay rd., Miami Beach, J N •,.,bride of Richard | bCC m n Dec 8 Their wedfewas announced at a ben iarty at the br.det me i eerenvny will take place m cbl .,t Richter hotel at 3 p.m. L', will attend a reception f he bride and bridegroom • to the ceremony and a dinljU be held at the hotel for ben of the family. [ e bride will be attended by Ltrons of honor, Mrs. Louis tman the groom's sister, and [ Dannv Richter, sister-in-law L bride. Misses Marjone Ber[ and Arline White will be the Lmaids The bridegroom's CJs Robert and Henry, will as' best men and the ushers | be Alvin and Danny Richter, Jivett and Louis Snetman. Ls Richter was born in Miland was graduated from MiI Beach High school. She at|ed Ohio State university [re she w as a member of AlEp=ilon Phi sorority. Mr. Dner, a graduate of St. PatI High school, attended the Lfity i I Florida before entag the Army air corps with Eh he served 22 months in lEuropea!: theater. Ifter a honeymoon in Havana Vcra Bei a, Cuba, the coufwill return to Miami Beach fere they will make their home. Faunces to Live Here After Honeymoon In R Mr. and Mrs. Hym nan Capital Synagogue To io Be Wedding Scene Z en, ft KATZ-FRIEDMAN A marriage ceremony performed by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff 4360 Royal Palm dr., announce s f M.ss Maxinc Nov. 3 united Miss Mildred Friedthe marriage oi their daughter, „. Mlller Wl11 takc : man and William KaU. The bride Dorothy Marie, to Capt. Sidnej • n :u '-" uc in i is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Faunce, United States Army. .'' *££• Dl ?' b rid te Alex Friedman of the Bronx, N. The ceremony was held Sun,'•' ,„ a d Mrs Y„ and Mr. Katz is the son of Mr. n and Mis. Joseph Katz of 119 S. W. the 9th ave., Miami, where the wedding was held. The couple will spend a two week honeymoon in Havana and will reside in Miami upon their return. ine ceremony was held Sun,..,.,, V ,., day at the Dayton Biltmore hotel n r ,>"'' Washing* in Dayton, Ohio, when thi ". :' lhe bridegroom is was vacationing with n.. %  '' *I '< .f %  = •" *: her family Miller, 4340 Nautilus dr., Miami Immediate families of both the uS^etuS 8 .J hotel t wai '",' Mrs. Faunce has been a resi-' ., J?' ';^•duated from dent^f Miami Beach since 1939 th^tte^the^ GANZ-SEIDEN Akron Ohio from phibi in the Navy. He! Miss June Doris Seiden and <->-* IT. ,,„'„„ .i x. saw action in thi Pacific for over Jerome S. Ganz were united in w P /T 'T ,,vl :"-\"" marriage at the home of Rabbi orablydttcharged from the Army T bride elec1 ,, „ resident Irving Lehrman Nov 2 A dinafter serving with the Armj ol : W ; _. in D C ., where she ner at the San Juan restaurant Occupation in Korea. II.• resided in Boston. Mass., prior lo the war. After an indefinitely timed honeymoon in Havana and Rio de Janiero the newlyweds will make their home in Miami Beach at the residence of the bride'i parents. followed the ceremony. The bride, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell A. Seiden, ter., Miami Beach, was tte'ndi ol. Guest Miai B will attend I • dding are Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Miller, Mr. and|1311 15th Mrs Louis Miller, Mrs. Sol Les-1 attended by Miss Shirley Kane. lie, Mrs. A E. Woolfe, 1 oom's Her brother, Stanford Seiden, brother, Roslyn and served as best man for Mr. Ganz, Dame!, and his older brother, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert "~ already in WashGanz of Broolyn, N. Y. Beach AJC Women Plan ington. Mrs. Ganz is a graduate of MiThe couple plan to motor to ami Beach High school and her New V rk and then back South, husband attended schools in New Thi v will make their home in York. The couple will make their Miss Wexler Betrothed To Army Doctor December has been chosen by Miss Shirley Wexler for her marriage to Lt. (jg) Jack Snyder, USNR, now stationed at the Pratt General hospital in Coral Gables. Miss Wexler is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wexler of Jacksonville and niece of the Edward Wexlers of Miami. Lt. Snyder is a graduate of the Emory university Medical School in Atlanta where he studied to be a doctor. The couple will be married in Jacksonville, the home of both their parents. Y Has Dance Classes Rumba, samba, fox trot and waltz are now being taught at the YM & WHA of Miami Beach. Miss Marion McKay, popular instructor, is returning for her second year to teach beginners and improve the experienced. I WANT MY MILK Kopelman Engaged lr. and Mrs. Barnett E. KopeljofNew V..rk are announcing Lngagtment of their daughiRosc II n, to Capt. Goodwin %  Breir.in. son of Dr. and Mrs. fcnreinin, 1568 Pennsylvania Lilian Beach, and Mahopac, Y. he prospective bridegroom, a duate of the University of Irida and Emory university Bool of mi dicine, recently relied to the United States from i Philippines where he served pi the Army medical corps. He low stationed at Fort Dix, N.J. lliss Kopelman is a sophomore %  Weik-.-h y college, Child Aid. Dance Miami Beach America.' JV Congress Women are planning a Miami Beach alter a trip to Cuba, happy Chanuka for children of Europe as well as their own members. For the refugee children, AJC Women are sending packages of food, sewing and toilet article;, ,,,' SCW, "K a Jewish Center will open sessions clothes and games. rackago TV e t h h scho ] f 01 j ewls h stumust be sent by Nov. 20 to Worn, „„ T„...;„I dies for young men and women ens Division, American Jewish ^ ,,„ f j d „ Congress, 243 W. 5o s .. New York > city. Checks may also be sei I Three to five dollars will covei the cost of a parcel. CENTER TO BEGIN JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL On Sunday the Miami Beach home in Miami Beach after a tour of the state. pie who have been confirmed by a recognized congregation or who s the equivalent education. The course, under the supervision of Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Samuel Sloan, executive diI rector of the Center, will consist aided by Sunday school children. of detailed studv of YAHRZEIT DATES AT A GLANCE! This Calendar is Free I to Our Readers! v^ Yahrzeit dates, Bar Mitzvah dates, holidays, Ro3h Chodesh — you can find them all quickly and easily in this 24-year HebrewEnglish Calendar. Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs. J. A. Berman are local chairmen of the rehabilitation of European children project which is being I a detailed study of Jewish After seeing to it that Chanuka Palcstj dorn Jewish prob will be a ers, the time out Sunday, Dec. 22, foi ,"" ,. Palestine, modern jewisn pioolittle brighter for oth{ ynd 1|leiary study of the AJC Women will laKe l n .., rirlitil n f „ Hisenssion Bible, in addition to discussion groups on current events. Classes will be held every Sunday from lu a.m. to noon at the st Conservative per Book Ready ir.e first authorized prayer pk for use in Conservative Fish synagogues on the SabF h and [< tfvals was published V month, the Joint Prayer lk commission of the RabbiniAsscnibly and the United fagogue of America has an^inced. I new English translation apJ^s page by page beside the Fw text, together with sevT explanatory notes on the wticanci. of the holidays. fan Included in the book is a jnund.ed Page supplement of PWnsive readings and selected sages from ancient, medieval modern Jewish sources on Fg'ous and patriotic themes. "^readings are designed for ln serenes on Jewish festi•Ma secul.u holidays. Special wiai services and a section Rmns n Hebrew and English are included. their annual dinner dance at tinLatin Quarter. Lew Waltei now in Europe securing a French Center cast for his show which will I e '_ on hand at the dance. Mrs. John „-.-y STUDENTS Soifer and Mrs. Morns RabinowitZ, 5.7UU LAI f^^Uli> chairmen of the Chanuka dinnei ATTEND UNIVERSITY dance, are taking reservation^ j N< ^ m gtudentg registered Also planned by the /8 amz 5em e ter Montion is a Thanksgiving tea to bi Richmond campus of held Monday Nov. 2D^ at the At> Universit „ f Miami( gIvinB lantis Roof Garden. Mrs. Sy v n ,, )rd overall L. Weintraub will be chairman ol 5 700 the program. ne enrollment of 5.70U. It was announced by Dr. E. V. Hjort, dean of the Richmond campus, thai a second freshman Serv j C( ei ster will be started about The 24-year Hebrew-EnglUh Calendar... all Hebrew datei, 192S to 1949. Ml Jeirhh holiday' to 1964. For your free copy, just address a postcard or a letter to: H. J. HEINZ CO. Dept. J2 Pittsburgh, Pa. MSL Installs Officers mistress of ceremonies and Mrs for the regular October or Nov. mber terms. In addition to the daytime cnrollment, 1,500 students are en.. |i, | m the adult division for night. Rose Marion Golden endenl tertained with pantomime singEllen White-side, executive din tor of the Dade County Council of Social Agencies, guest speaker. Mrs. Richard Golden, W. 23rd St., was league at a ing and Saralee Wilson, sop. angave several vocal selections >y W-Stable-Vigorou. A ention i 0 All Your %  Wl ESTATE PROBLEMS ^0 EISENSTEIN REALTOR 3 9 Lincoln Road MI AMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 Hi v C "''' 1 E on PerienC ln ""'""no Uctl0n n Mi.ml B.ach Product* Diitributed by h FLORIDA PROVISION CC Phone 2-6141 1715 H. W. 7tb Avenue IDC BEN ESSEN Keystone gWSffi H cS • PHONE 3 6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR • • LICENSED and INSURED • • GUARANTEED WORK .. • Ask for U. S. 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PAGE TEN *Jmrt§lilkr*0a*> si < \ ii i FRIDAY Swan to Direct State In 1947 Cancer Drive TAMPA (Special) — Florida'? 1947 drive for funds to carry on the fight on cancer in the state will be led by Lawton Swan, Jr.. St. Petersburg insurance executive. His selection as Florida campaign chairman by the American Many Seek Relatives; Are You Listed Here? Do you know any i f these people? Survivors of the most inhumane Nazi tortun -. thi y are searching for relatives and friends in America. If you know any of the people they are seeking, contact the Legion Commander To Address Jewish Vets Dance, Yiddish Night On Sholem Calendar N VEMBER Cancer society was made public Service to th< Foreign B rn dehere by Mrs. Malcolm Smith, secpartment of the Nati nal Council retary of the state executive committee and commander of the Florida Field Army. On the success of next year's of Jewish Worm n in the 01 building. Three or four persons have been located through publication campaign hinges maintenance of „ f lm ,| ;ir ]..,. r e Jewish eight new strategic cancer control pioridian, ac< i ling to Mrs. Max projects which were made possiFinkelstein. f the Servble by the success of the 1946 ,,.,, ,,, .,„. Foreign B i I • drive that went more than $25,M, ami section, NV.IW 000 bevond its $132,000 goal. Thcv ., ,. .,, ,, _,,•,-, ... David Ooidita ul Homania IS are the first projects initiated m Florida and still others are in the S Pi I VI i: Rita and planning stage, FLORIDIAN SCOOPS DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson, scooper par excellence, got scooped himself last week—by The Jewish Floridian. Pearson "revealed" in his Sunday broadcast that the wife and child of a member of Ihe infamous Columbians, race hate organization in Atlanta, Ga., had received free medical care at a B'nai B'rith clinic. The Jewish Floridian beat Pearson by two days. The story was carried in last Friday's edition in George J. Talianoff's "Face Facts" column. \\ i n Jakubov any, Mr, F; ii dlan li i oi Mr. Hi rschkrn: Gi rta Bi f Gern any, DJ J Cai !•' ma ol Italy, Si %  ia S Ion onoff or Sol moii Ft Lola Mi nzelli; M Gcrta Borowsky of Gen • %  %  Max Lubaschev Hi %  : an Mi hi r i I Romania is Jack Meer; A Si %  line, S and Hirsch H C Sura Chi f Ru Mat Shal sis: Izrai I Si : lubski of Gi I many, 1I> man Lev ne; Al Widliansky ol Austria, nan: H> nryk Lasotsky of (M i many, !'.:.; Gi upstem; Di ba and Hyv, k P n Iska, M. T< le% %  : M skovic, M iris Moskovitz. Col. Paul II. Griffith, new National I (imm.incli r of the American Legion, will he tli. guest speaker al the SlM annual eonvention'of the Jewish War Veterans to he held in Atlantic City, Nov. 27 to Dec. 1. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative DUX Install Members V : %  : mi mbers of the Dux club were installed recently at a smoker held at the home of San: Samuels, 1820 S.W. 23 st. New members are Alan Weiss, Henry Weiss, Irving Lorido, Alan Greenfield. Boys between the ages of l'i and 1 years who are interested in joining the club may attend meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday al the Miami Y. Two major social events were announced this week by Miami B'naJ B'nth. A "$20,000" floorshow will entertain members at a dinner dance to be held at the Copacabana Dec. 4, the night before the club's official opening. In January, the lodge will present its Yiddish Night. A percentage of the proceeds from the dance will be used to equip local veterans hospitals. Burnett Roth and Mrs. Jean Silverman are cochairman of the ffair which will be sponsored by SI 1cm lodge and B'nai B'rith Women of Miami. Their assistants are Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, Sam Silver, Max R. Silver, Jee Weinkle, Lou Seitlin, John Krenenfeld. Two handled fifty couples can be accommodated. Tickets are $12.50 per person and may be obtained at the B'nai B'rith office or from members of the committee. Ben Essen is in charge of the Yiddish Night program which will be presented twice locally. Later it will take to the road to aid Florida lodges in their fundraising efforts. The unveiluigT! "I ^V'rangem^ja of Sidney H p,w areu >chii| and d rc, il ,,vesare r e q P u ^| A inor.uir.pni Sunday in Mt N(h 3 ?*l officiate. Sidney H P' n l Miami MonuJnt c ^ ^relative, are r^j Tlu. %  il.ng of a mon I to the memory of the lat u3 WohJ will take place atffl Sunday :, Mt. Nebo cSj Rabbi Irving Uhrman S2I ciate. Friends and relatives Z\ asked to attend. Gordon fcwl ment company is i n charge i\ arrangements. CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Bet care for chronic aick, convslescent and elderly people. % %  % %  Large Beautiful Qroundiam Organization Mimeographing and Typewriting Service 600 Lincoln Road Bldq. Room 22 58-2355 or M Following the Friday night Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Krause, sen tion Beth El, Ja k n Heights, 1.1.. N.Y.. anthe Sunday h ol i gavi noui I th of a daughter, a play Att ney J. H Lessei Janellin, at Beth David hospital ke n Armistice Day Mr. L. y ^rk city. Mrs. Krause is Eugenia Argintar. r during | aughter „, M and Mr |, Cv : Argintar ol Palm Beach. Obltaaries REESE H.e: Reese, 62, of 1416 Pennaylave., Mia ml Beai h, die .1 SunI Ii i ame from • 'olllndala Pa • i b) hla n. Mi %  !:••%  Th.' body wan aent i>. I'hlludi-11-. .i b) Rlvi ile M< mortal cnapi I. MEM CHAPE El Sisti Mrs. Mon;.. Moss %  %  oi tickets. "S| %  '. pajamas, An A I Day dance was • f the I igo M I at the Pennsylvai b< ng turned hotel Monday bythe Tempi. Bel it at the rati I ., wi %  • • v. est 1 Bi • th st. Li mard A. Creizi [ Ni u V rk man %  f : tion whi tafI 75 -.'. %  rki The factory has been open for less than six i LFA B'nai B'rith Stars plans for a Chanuka play at their monthly meeting Thursday night. Fay Cantor pn sidt d. Palm Beach county chaptei ol Hadassah held ;i lur. meet ing for the study group Wednesday afternoon at Scher Mem hall. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. MlMlli C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Faville. Funeral Directora 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. EVANS I .i.i I | • ; .. %  ,.. Mill ml lleai h, dli d He i ret In i manufm turei ol I Uanoi. N. v. s II vl\ Ing are hla % %  Mi I'.i mle Evuni twi daughand twu anna The bodj was •-• %  rit • N V<>rk cltj by the Riverside Mi n ••: ial • haix I. WINGER Mi i: is. Winger, of 7": M< Miami Hi ai Ii died Bundas She Ived bj hei hut band Samuel lllvi sldi Memorial chapel a in i li.ii II if .-,. • ingements. PROCTOR Harry Pro. lor, 52 .li,-.| Sal irdas • %  n '•' s w i-:uhiii it Pri %  ",'; %  %  M in i yeai aco from II l, Ml opi %  ited a mndwli h th his brother, Cliarli Prw • KlRhth Ktrn • addi eaa IT: ad 'ii. brother, i 'harli s he la '\y! %  [ > 'i'" brothi ra, David 1 • i nd Mm B i t or "-' %  Haven, Conn and Sophie I..IH.I-. Seabrook, Conn The hod; ... ...,it b} the nordon Puneml hom. to \. w II iven for .-.-i nd burial SOKOL vlaltor from 1 • db a Monda} li.. had been visit n R a itauRhter. MiBllcaeth llaei of ?22 WnshlnRton ave., Miami Hearh The I v was nenl to Akron hj Rlvi rslde Mi mortal rhapal. FRISCH N.iili:,t, Prls. h, 74. who died unexha allshted ,,",' train In Boston, rame here ; w rk \ .i II ... yeaP ..,„, 1 IN H r i • at s,i r H< en Rochner and Mrs r, V 1 '.'' %  '-• %  ••" %  fur RTandchll1 '" aaj m the Palm< Tome r 710 S.W. 12th AV. MIAMI 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' NE OmCisUiV HPKSENT THE MAJWHTY Of MflTNUN ttWISH FUNfRAl NONES In/or nation Gladly Fuinahtd en Rtqutil SERVING MIAMI BEACR-t MIAMI Exclusively Jewish %  — % %  .' i 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director r3*ofi 123b Wailington An. Miami B*Kh THOS. M. BUWIS. ifFuneral Wrectv ABE EIBlKRO. TWiWW Ih Mtw fork: 76lh St. and An.tfrd A LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. FTa. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serring Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairie* Pro ducts and lea Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE %  € %  ClAM MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Menu fitotL* Your Completa Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington ATB. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brothers New ADPa in an il Ac ssory Store 70 E. Fla C ler St., Miami C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE MEMORIAL PARKS DIGNIFIED SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE^ Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Beth Job, Mi Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel w For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9&*0&i00t*u*j*0'**0*j*0*0*j*j*j*0*0*jl0t ^***********m****0*0*0**U10W*0l****** PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY E. E. CARTER. Funeral Director "A Friend la Need" 8008 W. FLA" PHONE 9-2664 CARTER. Funeral Director "A Friend



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LvEMBERj^l^ ^Jtntet Meridian ORGANIZATIONS TO L MATED CULTURE PROGRAM PAGE ELEVEN IN IN H ANT, 0 S.NT ,'' |,,:,: '>" T i. %  marriage and divorce Monday evening at the j"by 14 town organizations. inch a new Jewish education and culture proby 14 town organizations. The program will lectures on Jewish subjects, a series of films TLveninq classes |Sree events are listed for the first week of the III R WIT/, .. %  MKVKIKONJ No. I! '•• of SOPHIE RABINO•-' 'lllli: MKYOPHIE .l-i" CREDITORS rid All Per %  A. ninai Jewish scenes, morning courses for Jewish in Yiddish, Hebrew and Jewish (Murray ]series Grauer will with a talk on B ^d Historical AtiiMarriage and Monday ai ,ard I at 8 p.m day ,he School for omen will hold it. on at the Peninsular 223 E. Flagler st., at with a discussion on 0 f Jewish History." |re A Future for the (Europe?" will be the 1 the program at Bern LMM Thursday evefilms. "Battle for and "A Report to America. 1945." will be ilent lectures at the Mi|h Monday i vening will Eyewitness Report on [L jjigs Elsa Temple, •Jewish Music," Rev. lamchw. Dec. 2; "Bibns of Mi d< rn Criminal burice Grossman, Dec. jtsen is chairman of the [the Y. 4 ies of films ;ind discustwish problems at Beth May evenings will take erne "Palestine—Prob| Promise" on Dec. 12; ;in America," Dec. 26; Land of the Free," tairman of this division (gram is 1. S. Shapoff. for Jewish Women, I be conducted by A. P. tcutive director of the f Jewish Education, and ikers Tuesday mornings, Bo "Post Biblical Spirit%  Cultural Development" 'The Dawn: Period jhtenmen t," Dec. 3; i Modern Jewish Life," juid "Organized Jewish nerica," Dec, 17. in beginners' Yiddish, I by M. Gleiberman, will each Monday evening jDec. 16. Following the llass each week will be a session on Jewish history classes will be held at thi Mi ami Y. An intermediate Hebn w | taught by Nathan Breen, is nowholding classes each Wedrn evening at Both David. Sponsoring this series are the American Jewish Congri en's division of Miami; Bi th D id Congregation, Sisterhood and Parent-Teacher association; B'nai B'rith Women of Miami; B of Jewish Education; Miami Hadassah; Miami Jewish Ortl Congregation and Si od; Miami Service league; National Council of Jewish Women: Pioneer Women of Miami; Temple Israel; YM & YWHA of Miami %  -i the tS, ill %  'in. it, To llavl I to pre have '" •' Sophie Rabli %  '•own m s ....„ M( %  dc County, V %  I • ;... %  ., %  n i wlthli Spill | .,,,, | %  legal ad %  and lo be sw • u as Rfi I lie Iin %  I %  : I• 11 %  !?. A.I i GEORGE f'HRRTK< f the Last Will nnil real imi I %  .• H VI. i in .. v deci i : '"% %  !> %  I. OJIRM Ki IP, 12 S ill Hi. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 7S HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ess under tlio fictitious name of BUN RAY SPORTSWEAR MANUFACTURING COMPANY, at 216S N. W, Seventh Avenue, Miami, l-'la.. In%  register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. IRVING BIRNBERQ HARRY MILDNER, Parl ners. LESTER LASKY, At1 v for Applicants. Mi, i 'ongress Bldg. %  nn ii will thi KOFOED TO SPEAK Jack Kofoed, Miami Hi columnist, will speak on the Bi kini atom bomb test at tl • Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith lun 12:15 p.m. today in the 1) wntown club restaurant. Si bldg. Dining Room to Re-Open Re-opening of the Revlin liotr dining room, 132 Collins ave., is set for 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, De luxe dinners will I I and dietary laws will be ob cording to A. Muravci.uk. owner and manager of the hotel fi r tinpast seven years. Mr. Muravchick has ah owner of the Kenmore Lake hotel, Livingston Mann:, N.J., [or the past 25 years. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S t'l H'RT IN ANIi 1-1: DA1E I'OUXTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE N'o. In I' Estate ol SOPHIE P. VBIXO \\ I l v.. also known SOPHIE \i EYSOPHIE Ml.'. RISl >X, Si IT1CR DP I'l i TUB STATE OP FLORID \ %  II Pi Inti M In the r Said I Neil ttei nstrumei t will I %  ill cedenl h I •• I I I •' %  notice I (I Court vhy the %  Itlna I %  i (Cotinl %  in Senll W. p BLANTi IN intv I" JENNIE 1. BLANTON I GEORGE CHERTKOP, %  %  2 ,; NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that iliundersigned, desiring to engage In busbies* under the fictitious name of |-Hi.I.INS PISH MARKET, at 601 i'..IliiiAvenue Miami Beach, Pla.. Intend lo reglsti r said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade • Florida, AI. ItENNERT HARRY EDELMAN SOLOMON BRAUN8TEIN Partners, IIERM VN M. BERK, Attoim y for Applicants. 'I 15-22. "• 12 •'. 13 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BTAHL-FREEMAN GROCERY at 4796 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JULIUS L. FREEMAN. CHARLES K. STA1IL. Partners. HARRY DIETZ. Atnrney for Applicants Congress p.ldg. 10/18-28 11/1-8-13 SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi undersl ed, desli Ii i to • ngnge in %  i. r Hifictitious name of BELL PAINTING AND DECORATING CO., ,i 2013 Bon %  • di I.I on Blvd., | "oral Gable Fla., Intend to re i %  :oiiwith the Clerk of the Clruii Coui t of 1 lade County, Florida. IRVING GERSTENFELD 11 VRNF.TT I'.l.i 'i lM ,li iSEPH SARDELLA SAM SILVER Vtl r Bell Pall 'ins mil 1 Ing i'-. IS 1-29 12 6 SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ing tengage I" undi r thfictitious name of FLORIDA GRINDING COMPANY, at lh Ave., Miami, Fla., i |er said name itli the I |i nil Court <>f Dade : Florida. .1 VCK PR VNK ISAAC FR VNK ALL VN' CHAYKIX U.P.ERT OPPEXHE1M VOX ZAMPT Vi'N ZAMPT, • •-. for Vi lleants \v Flagli • %  st. 9 12'II NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, ili-slring to engage In business miller the fictitious name of Snl'TIIKRX HARDWARE & PAINT SUPPLY, at 733 X. Miami Avenue. Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade County, Florida. SAM GREENSPAN MILTON SACHS THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ. 918 Beybold Bldg. Attormy for Applicants. 10/25 11/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PLAYDIUM ROWLING LANES, at 3737 S. W. Sth Street. Coral Gables, Florida. Intends to r-gister said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade Countv, Florida. KST1LL E. SPARKS. MYERS. HEIMAX & %  KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 11/2.% 11/1-8-15-22 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II i the underslgm 't. deslrlnn : business indi the flctit OCEAN BLUE Hi iTEL, ai 324 Miami Beach, Florida, %  • I tl •' i lade County, JOSEPH W. GE1 l-'MAX BESSIE GELPMAX SAMPEL RPBIX. Vi rni %  %  • r A| rl ml 22 % %  %  i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl I the undorslnii. d, di business under the I WINDSOR BEER DISTRIBUTORS, at 2019 N. Miami Ave.. tends to register said nami with thi Clerk of the Cln ull : Dade County Florida. ROBERT KN'Ul.l.. 0 HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Appll 11/15-22-29 1-' 8-13 SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Ihi under* -" "J the fiet LITTLE RIVER LIQUOR STORE, gi .,.,! Avenui Miami. Fia"! Intends to with the Clerk of ihi C ill Court ol I. -iCi unty. Florida SAMUEL SILVERBLATT, Owner, s\M SILVER, .. %  %  leant. %  %  : %  12 6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,i ,i. sli ii %  • to %  ngage la is under illfictitious name of MRCRAFT INN. nl 1127 X. W. 86th Ml n i. Fla.. Intends t" register :•' ti Clerk of the ciri | 11., i. Countv. Florida. N VBER, INC. ISAAC .TOPPE, \". %  r Vppllcant. NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that ii,,. „. desiring tn encace In |i the fictitious name of OVI.FSTREAM APPAREL, at 37 N. Miami. Fla.. Intend to reglsti with the Clerk r th i onrt of Dade County, HAROLD B MEYERS M. ROEMER BPRXETT Ri 'TH. Applicants. %  IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County, Florida No. 16023 RE:ESTATE OF ELIZABETH DEZARA. A/K/A BESSIE DEZARA i >eceased Nii'l'lili: OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have fil-d my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator of the estate of ELIZABETH DEZARA, A/K/A BESSIE DEZARA. deceased; and that on the 18th day of November, 1946, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County Judge of DadCounty, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of ELIZABETH HKZARA. A/K/A BESSIE DEZARA. deceased, This 10th day of October, 1946. MAX R. SILVER. MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Ancillary Administrator. 10/18-25 11/1-8 )NARD A. LEVINE, Pres. IRVING BLASBERG, Treas. WITH DIGNITY AND RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service 5-5844 Ihmoitet Cfafx* NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the innlrslgne I, desiring to encace In the fictitious name of mi RN WINDOW CLEAN. IN, ; CMMPAXY. at 311 X. W. 2nd Pla., intends to reg. ime with the clerk of the %  • |,,,|Countv. Florida. II VRRY KAHN Bole owner. ll '1.1-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" encace In hnslnes" under Hie fictitious name of RAY SHORE HOTEL, at 651 N. B ., Miami. Florid i. Intends to | n ime with the Clerk of lit Court of Dade County, Pl ,B HARRY FRIEDMAN 11 il-g.15-22-29 the Flor V'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai undersigned have sold their busl"known as ••ROSEBUD OKCl,U ., Finder Street, Miami. |d„ to PAVID SKGAT, and will not he responsible for anv debta of mid business beginning October -3. JACOB BAMET ROSE II. SAMET MYERS, HEIMAN .<• KAPLAN, Attorneys for Sellers. %  I5-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in [,„'.i.,-.s under the flctItloM name of at 1250 Florida. Ocean intend t CARLYLE HOTEt ",::;;!!;. ,i„, ,hc cerk ,, r ihe Circuit curt of Dade I ounty. Florida. QKORnH noLDRFRG SVI.VI \ C.ill.DRERG MYERS HEIMAN S I\A1 LAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 10/25 11/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theunderslgned. desiring to encace In .'."I'MC'-S under the fictitious name IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County. Florida No. 17098 Re: Estate of SAMUEL B. GESNER. deceased. NiiTH'i: nl" INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR. FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Samuel B. Gesner, deceased: and that on the 25th day of November. 1946. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Samuel B. Gesner, deceased. This 21th day of October. 1946. FLORENCE GESNER. MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Administratrix. 10/25 11/1-8-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IX PROBATE. No. 1S.146. In Re: Estate of ANNIE PEPrER, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of ANNIE PEPPER, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Ron. W. F. Rlanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the dato of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid. nr same will he barred. See Section 129 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date, October 2S. A.D. 1946. ABRAHAM PEPPER. As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of ANNIE PEPPER, Deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Executor. 11/1-8-15-22 of 18 *0 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH l v. VltSON NV v ^ M>EG\nDENS. at 31th Avenue and Cora Way, Miami. Florida ln, ,is to register said name.with the {Jgg ,> 'tnCircuit Oonrt of Dade Countv. B1orW 2l ljTj T SCHATZ. Sola Owner. "^Srne^^APPllcant. Congress Bldsr. 10/25 n 1-8-15-22 lloVls' -AUGUST "BBSS ?or L fflc.nt.. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 1S347. In Re: Estate of I.EONA THERESA SKINNER, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or cither of vou, may have against the estate of I.EONA THERESA SKINNER, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, ana file the same In his office In the Countv 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 ^PW as aforesaid or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate A Date October 2S. A.D. 1946. JOSEPH C SKINNER CHARLES L. POLAND As Co-Administrators; of the Estate of LEONA THERESA SKINNER, deceased. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrators. 11/1-1-16-M i l '* : 1 1 t %  T r 1!" : ; ;< Ml 0 \> %  .I ,<



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PAGE TWELVE >k istncrMk*n_ i JWB TO CLOSE Mill OFFICE Schuster Gets Jacksonville Post Samuel Schuster. Florida director of USO-JWB activities for the past four months, has resigned from that post to become director of extension activities for the Jacks onville Jewish Community council, he revealed this week. Schuster's departure at the end of this month will coincide with the closing of the local Jewish Welfare board office which for the past SCHUSTER four and one-half years has been the focal point for service to members of the armed forces and veterans in this ana. Functions of the JWB office will be turned over to various organizations in South Florida, Schuster said. The Miami Service league will have charge <>f service to Pratt General hospital in Coral Gables and a Miami Beach group will be in charge of servicing Boca Raton air base and the Nautilus Veterans hospital. Morrison field will he serviced by West Palm Beach Jewry and Boca Chica and the Key West naval air station and base, by Key West Jewry. A $400,000 Center is now being built by Jacksonville Jewry and upon its completion, Schuster will become executive director. Before becoming affiliated with the JWB. Schuster worked for eight years at the Christodora House, New York group work agency. He was in charge of the Tampa and Mississippi areas for L'SO pn..r to coming to Miami F Nt>AY N TO DISCUSS MARRIAGE "Mi dern Marriage" will be the topic of Hub: i M,,x Kaufman's sermon at Friday evening services 8 p.m. tonight in tinJewish Co:i in Center of Holly wood. Pan American Theme Chosen for Bowl Events Orange bowl festival time in Miami this year w.ll begin Dec. 24 and continue for 11 days Ml B .-rale surpassing anything m Orange bowl history, Festival Chairman W. Bruce Mclntosh has announced. Built around the theme "1 "" America" as a salute to the nations to the south, the festival has been designed to provide royal .•nt, rtainment for the th< usands of visitors unable to obtain tickets to ll e New Year's day game. The activity will be laui ched on the night before Cl nstmas W it tl i "Lighting of the Palms" in Bayfronl park in downtown Miami. Coronation I the Orang< Bowl Queen will take place on Dec. 27 in City Auditorium in Bayfront park, and will be repeated on the fol !ht. Regattas will be staged at Dinni r key in South Miami on Deo. 28 md 29, and on the same dates Crange bowl water shows will be In Id at the Mian i Biltmore pool in Coral li.* 1 Now Yi i ;'.e\ e is s< t aside for the huge "King Orange Jamboree,' a two-l our parade through downtown Maim, with 45 floats ai d I undreds of girlin Latin American costume carrying out i "G 1 Neighbor" themi 26 land%  : ing n artial music. Ni w V. '.day will be the customary "Day of Sports," with racing at Tropical park set back to 10 a.m. to leave the afternoon completely free for I e clash of two of t i nation's gridiron titans. Most important ol this year's additions to the festival is the ta Under th ( Stars" on Lincoln road, Miami Beach., the night of Jar,. 2. This will be a revised edition of the King Orange parade, with different costumes and I some i: ai g< s in the fl< Fin works from the ocean off Miami Beach will write a blazing end to the festival on the night of Jan. 3. Five huge barges anchored off Lummus park will fire a 48-minute barrage of pyrotechnics in a suitable dazzling climax to the greatest Orange bowl festival ever staged. DR. GOLDMAN OBJECTS TO SILVER'S ATTACK WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Replying to the recent statement of I),. Abba Hillel Silver, president „f the Zionist Organization of America, that an overwhelming Majority Of the 49th annual convention „f the ZOA had refused to invite Dr. Goldmann as a speaker, the latter has made the following statement to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency: "All the attempts of Dr. Silver to make the overwhelming majority' of the Atlantic City convi ntion responsible for th c refusal to invite me to state my case and to reply to the attacks on me ,„,, meaningless. If Dr. Silver would hav,wanted me to come and state my case, the convention would with the same overwhelming majority have invited me. As a matter of fact, when the motion to invite me was made on the floor of the convention, Dr. Silver had to make a personal appeal to thc convention to table this motion. "It was perfectly in order to invite Mr. Lipsky to report, but Mr. Lip.-ky was never attacked by Dr. Silver and his colleagues and therefore it would have been a matter of decency to allow me to present my case and to reply to the many distortions of fact which have been spread during last few months about my i egotiations in Washington and the so-called "violation of agreements reached with the Emergency Council' which Dr. Silver rept ats. "All the explanations and attacks of Dr. Silver will not do away with the simple fact that he preferred to attack me in my absi ice and was not ready to discuss the issue with me before the c< nvention of the ZOA or the Emergency Council. This fact -peaks for itself." 0V WJ8, ORTHODOX: CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave., Miami Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder. BETH TFILAH SYNAGOGUE, 935 Euclid ave., Miami Bead:, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv. 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 BEmJ i:*5 N. W Third!?! A ? bb Ma a*J Abraham Friedman. MACH JEWlSHr1415 Euclid ave., Mi J Rabbi Irv 'ng LehnaT Sloan, executive din LIBERAL: TEMPLE BETH SHOW Chase ave., Miami Bern Le0B Kron ish, CanJ Kelcmer. WGBS TO TELEVISE FOOTBALL GAME One of the outstanding features of the Miami Golden Jubilee Exposition, to be held here from Nov. 25 through Dec. 1, will bo the South' first television broadcast, according to S. P. Kettler, manager of radio station WGBS. Play-by-play action of the football game between the University of Miami Hurricanes and an opponent yet to be selected will be photographed from the Orange Bowl stadium i by Image-Orthicon cuL tier stated, and S ;-^J1 >usly on the screen d hibit of the DuMont' 1 I 'atones in \ Park municipal auditu Describes ConienSi Jack Burris, presid Miami Beach Zionist ( cu ed the Zionist of America national c„„ the Wednesday lur.chi3 of the district. Weekly kg %  Id at the National k tl ii i mfmmS&to \ SjCtJST BROS R> 7 Is thc Bt.M Support the Red Feather agencies. Give to your Community Chest. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 80S Lincoln Rd Ph.: B-56 HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC. 122 N. E. 6th St. Ph. 3-5174 Wedding Invitations and Announcements For the Most Particular Bride Distinctive Monogrammed Stationery Informals Visiting Cariij Birth Announcements FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL W0RI Per Annum George Wolpert Opens New Furniture Store Opening of the Wolpert Furniture co. at ultra-modern quarters, 1200 Coral Way. is announced by George Wolpert. pioneer Miami furniture dialer. A Miamian since 1924, Wolpert started in thc furniture business 15 years ago and for the past eight years was located at West Flagler st. Formal opening of the new store was held last Thursday. WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. llth ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Llf. Authorlt niuranc* Eetatee atlvaly Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan LIT* In.. Co. •07 Ph. Blacayna Bldo. t-1414 or 4-9M1 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your roof repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later "Satiefactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5880 Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware — Silrerwar* Steam Tables—Coffee Urn*— Range* Fryers—Bake Ovens— Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1113 S. W. 21*1 Terrace ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE ^ v CONTROL _5-Yeor Guarantee Free Inspection. CURRENT DIVIDEND On Insured Savings Accounts EACH account is insured safe to S5.000 by the | Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total fj | $15,000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal vestments for Trust Funds as well as Funds W by Guardians, Administrators and Executors. FUNDS invested on or before the M*^? month earn as of the 1st of the current mown. GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN, Presldeax i/ ninek East of AlW 1111 Lincoln Road • B Joc CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ^ neeourc Or $10,000,000-00 C. L. CLEMENTS. PrM*>


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 15, 1946

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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7^^^-THE JEWISH U N I tYI
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THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-MjAMLiLJLORIDA, FRIDAy n5^^-fFTT-^-
PRICE: TEN CENTS
IIAMI BEACH WELCOMES ZIONIST PARLEY
I plans have been completed for the recep-
I the largest delegation of Zionists ever to
L in ,he Southeastern region, with some
Legates from South Carolina. Georgia. Ala-
Mississippi. Louisiana and Florida, arriv-
I the ninth annual convention of the South-
region of the Zionist Organization of
iJ.
l Miami Beach Zionist district, of which Jack
ms is president, will be hosts to the visiting
-tes. Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach is the
ban of the convention, whose headquarters
e at the National hotel.
Opening the convention at 3 p.m. today will be
a meeting of the Inter-Regional Youth commission
with Robert M. Travis of Atlanta as chairman.
On Saturday at 3 p.m. an Oneg Shabbat will be
held at the National hotel under the sponsorship
of the Greater Miami chapter of the Hadassah.
Formal opening of the convention will take
place at 7 p.m. Saturday with registration of the
delegates. Official welcome will be extended by
Mayor Herbert Frink of Miami Beach, as well as
by Burris and Shapiro. A presidential address by
Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham will be delivered at
8 p.m., to be followed by reports by S. P. Benamy
of Atlanta, treasurer; Jack M. Levy of Savannah,
chairman of the administration committee, and
Adelbert Freedman of Atlanta, executive director.
A dance and reception will follow the business
sessions with E. J. Singer serving as master of
ceremonies.
Robert A. Persky of Augusta, chairman of the
constitutional committee, will lead a discussion on
the proposed constitution Sunday morning.
Sunday's luncheon speaker will be Macey
Kronsberg of Charleston, vice president of the
region, who will discuss "What I Saw In Pales-
tine."
(Continued on Page 4)
PROGRAM
hlh Annual Conference. Southeastern Zionist Region
November 15 to 19. 1946
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15
|im._Ad.i.inistrative Committee meeting
1p.m.Inter-Regional Youth Commission meeting
1p.m.Sabbath Services at Miami and Miami Beach con-
gregations
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16
lam-Sabbath Services at Miami and Miami Beach con-
gregations
Ipjn.Ont-ij Shabbat
||m.-OFFICIAL OPENING OF CONFERENCE. Regis-
tration of delegates in lobby
^IIFirst session. Welcome addresses. Committee
reports
I p.ra.Entertainment
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 17
I a.iRegistration continued
la.m.Second session. Constitution report
pO p.m.Luncheon
! p.m.M( cting of Conference Committee
I p.m.Fourth session. Press institute
I p.m.Zionism and the Veteran seminar
|Cpm.Youth Commission dinner
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18
lun.Jewish National Fund Breakfast and plenary
session
I p.m.Luncheon
I p.m.Election of Officers
I pm.-BANQUF.T. Fleetwood Hotel, 800 West ave.
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 19
a.m.Meeting of the 1946-47 Administrative committee
iners to Aid Hospital
private dinner parties
held next week by lead-
ers for the Mount Sinai
FJ2,500,00O drive. Purpose
|Ws of the proposed hos-
be explained at these
.' Sher, chairman of the
iwvision. will be host to
friends Monday evening
w,"te House hotel.
\ R Stein and Sam Rost
Main 32 guests at the
**. 2990 Flamingo dr..
evening. At the same
? Charles Wcrblow and
r Lytton will hold a
j" Dr. Werblow's home.
l'L>dodr. Dr. Lytton is
r oi the physicians' di-
I e campaign.
Tuesday. Leonard Wien,
Kuel ,Urists- will enter-
I^f a place to be an-
0fr0,nKd "irSCh MeVer.
Nta aerth0Spital drive-
kuran, dmner 3t Little
>*?.? Und Dr' ^nani
14523 p e,nterta'n at his
IC "a ,Pa,m ave-
iCL givc another
|wSieicvening at the
s^rS^tanley ^riling
2 n")ner for 32 ^
' DiLido Isle, last
night. A group of doctors met for
dinner last Friday evening at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Meyer B.
Marks. 820 West 40th St., to dis-
cuss the campaign. Wm. D
Singer, general chairman of the
coordinated drive for the hos-
pital and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, made an appeal
for the cooperation of the med-
ical profession.
Another campaign affair last
week was a luncheon held Nov.
7 by Sam Blank, chairman of
initial gifts, at the Shelborne
hotel.
MOUNT SINAI DAY
TO CLIMAX DRIVE
Mount Sinai Hospital Day.
climactic point of the $2,500.-
000 hospital campaign, was
tentatively lei for Sunday. Dec.
15, this week.
As planned so far. Dr. J. J-
Golub, director of the New
York Hospital for Joint Dis-
astf. will officially present
the survey he made on local
hospital needs. Three meet-
ings will be held simultane-
ously in the Greater Miami
area and pledges received in
the hospital drive will be an-
nounced.
HOSPITAL'S NEW DIRECTOR MEETS TRUSTEES
Lester M. Barron, who will take over the supervision of
Alton Road hospital, is shown seated above (left) with Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of the board of trustees of Mount
Sinai hospital, which will manage the Alton rd. institution.
Standing (left to right) are other members of the board:
Monte Selig, Sam Blank. William D. Singer. Max Orovitz. Dr.
Morris Goodman, Mrs. Max Dobrin and J. Gerald Lewis
Members of the board not present are Samuel Fnedland
Moses Ginsberg. Abraham Goodman, Stanley C Myers, Jacob
Sher. Arthur A. Ungar. Joseph R. Stein. Alex Van Straaten,
Carl Weinkle, Henry D. Williams and Mitchell Wolfson.
First Concert
Here Sunday
Sidor Belarsky, outstanding
concert and opera star, will open
the 1946-47 series for the Greater
Miami Jewish Cultural committee
at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Miami
Beach Senior High school, 1420
Drexel ave., Mrs- Leo Huberman,
chairman, announces.
A basso cantante, Belarsky will
Hebrew melodies, operatic
arias, concert selections and Yid-
dish folk songs.
Two Little Shoes," composed
bv Miami's Mana-Zucca, will be
., ltured as will "Old Jerusalem.
composed by Julius Chajes, pian-
ist who Will appear at the second
Cultural committee concert on
Dec. 22.
Among the operatic selections
Belarsky will sing are an ana
from "Le Nozze di Figaro by
Mozart and Our Country Is
Growing" by Prokofietf.
Yiddish melodies on the pro-
gram include "A Nign" by Wei-
,,. -Zem Zeiden's Broche, ar-
,,,,1 by Belarsky: "Zig Lid
byTampolslcy. and folk songs
arranged by Belarsky
Single tickets or subscriptions
foftee four events to the series
Zy be purchased at the door.
Give once for alL Make your
! contribution now to the Com-
munity Chest.
British Watch
For Terrorism
LONDON (JTA) Streamer
headlines across the front pages
of virtually every Sunday news-
paper this week announced Scot-
land Yard's decision to take spe-
cial measures to protect mem-
bers of the cabinet and important
government buildings against the
'threat of Palestine terrorists."
The stories quoted police au-
thorities as announcing that they
have been informed by British
intelligence officers in Palestine
that 12 terrorists are en route to
England. They say that a close
watch has been placed on all
ports in the hope of apprehending
the terrorists, who are expected
to arrive in groups of two or
three.

LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., Nov.
11 (JTA)The explosive Pales-
tine issue was dumped squarely
into the lap of the United Nations
today, when Soviet Delegate
Nikolai V. Novikov strongly at-
tacked Great Britain for failing
to offer to place Palestine under
UN trusteeship and charged that
Britain's direct consultation with
Arab and Jewish groups and the
United States was a violation of
the UN charter.
In answer to the Russian
charges, Ivor Thomas, British
member of the trusteeship com-
(Continued on Page 4)
Name Barron
To Hospital
Lester M. Barron, director of
the Allerton hospital in Brook-
line, Mass., will become director
of the Alton Road hospital, 700
Alton rd., on Jan. 1, 1947, it was
announced yesterday by Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, president of Mt.
Sinai hospital, under whose aus-
pices the Alton Road hospital
will be managed.
Mr. Barron's selection came
after a special committee headed
by Mr. Meyer had interviewed a
number of candidates for the
position.
Mr. Barron has been director of
Allerton hospital since its incep-
tion, in 1941. Prior to that he
served on the administrative
staff of Sydenham hospital in
New York for three years. He
was graduated from Harvard col-
lege in 1935 and did a year's
special work at the Harvard
school of public health where he
secured a degree in public health
administration. Awarded a Ros-
enwald Foundation fellowship, he
studied hospital administration
for a year at the University of
Chicago. He also trained at
Grasslands and Lebanon hospitals
in New York city. Mr. Barron
is married and has three sons.
The new director will be
charged with the responsibility of
staffing Alton Road hospital with
resident doctors, nurses and other
personnel. Working with Mr.
Barron in equipping the hospital
and supervising structural
changes in the building is a re-
habilitation committee headed by
Alex Van Straaten.
Alton Road hospital, formerly
used by the Navy, is a three-story
building and has a 50-bed capac-
ity. It is hoped to have the build-
ing ready for use by Jan. 1.
Beth David Drive
Opens Sunday
Beth David, Miami's Pioneer
congregation, will formally open
its month-long building campaign
Sunday under the chairmanship
of Harry Markowitz.
With a goal of $525,000, the
congregation is limiting its solici-
tation to members and friends of
the institution. A series of din-
ners and parlor meetings will
lead up to the main event of the
drive, a dinner at which Rabbi
James Heller, past president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, will be principal speaker.
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Mrs. Lehrman to Speak
For Town Hadassah
Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker at the membership
tea of the Miami group of Ha-
dassah at 2 p.m. Monday at the
Miami Women's club, 1737 N.
Bayshore dr.
She will be introduced by Mrs
Louis Kotkin, membership chair-
man and chairman of the tea.
Also appearing on the program
Personally Speaking .
Pidyan Haben for Robert une forum Mrs. Victor Mell
Harold Apte, son of Mr. and left las. week to spend a short
Mrs. Marvin Apte. will be held vacation in Atlanta as the
a. the home of his paternal guest of her^^*Jj*J
grandparents, the Jack Ap.es. Mr and Mrs. Bob Kornblatt.
435 S W. 31st road., at 3 p.m. 804 Ocean dr.. announce the
Sunday. No invitations have birth of their daughter. lacalyn.
been issued and friends are in- Oct. 8 at the St. Francis hos-
Mr. and pital.
Home Auxiliary to End
Summer Project Tuesday
vited to attend
Mrs. David Blank, 4307 N. Al-
ton rd., celebrated their 25th
wedding anniversary with a
dinner party for 45 guests at the
Shelborne hotel last Thursday.
Rabbi Eisenberg Guest
At Beth Jacob Service
Rabbi Benjamin G. Eisenberg
Their daughter, Arlene, arrived of Tampa will be guest speaker
from New York in time for the at services at 8:30 p.m. this eve-
affair. Miss Blank will spend "'n Beth Jacob synagogue.
, .The services, celebrating South-
the winter here. (i;isU>m Z|on]st Convention Sab.
Mrs. Joseph Weiss and sons, ,,.,.(, Wlll m;irk tne opcning of
Sydney and Sherburt, formerly the annual late Friday night ser-
of Youngstown, Ohio, are now ies of lectures. Rabbi Eisen-
making their home at 610 S. W. berg's topic will be -Palestine
18th ave., Miami. Mrs. Weiss ;'n is the mother of Mrs. Al Wise, The_,f""' \.w,u ^"t"?^
_, c T____u-__ bv Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Tamiamihoel. S. acobson. cmmunal smgmg wi be led
president of Beth Tfilah and bv C;mt(iI. L()U1S D Feder
J. S. Rubin, secretary of the R;ibbl Hyman J. Wechtfogel of
synagogue, have returned from Columbia. S. C. will be guest
vacations in the North and are preacher at service at 8:30 a.m.
resuming their activities with Saturday.
the congregation.
MRS LEHRMAN
will be Lacy Coe, violinist: Her-
Luis Kutner, brother of Mrs.
M. Koven, is here from Chicago
to attend the unveiling of a
monument for their father, the
bert Silver, vocalist, accompanied [ate Paul Kutner, Sunday
Mrs. Silvi r, and Mrs. Irving
Genet, pianist. Mrs. Rae Frome,
| am chairman, will introduce
and Mrs. Harold
Cohen will read the opening
Greetings will be extended by Miami Tuesday after spending
Mrs. Joseph Carp, president Mrs. a few days in Havana .
Frank Kline and Mrs. Morris Mrs. B. A. Sterling is visiting
Weinberger will be in charge of her sister, Mrs. Maurice Schem-
the guestbook. er_ in Tucson, Ariz. Mrs.
In charge of decorations and Schemer, a former Miamian.
eshments are Mrs. Irving .. 0, ,. ,.
Genet, chairman, and Mrs. Abe Qnd MrS: S'erlul Loskove, Mrs. Murray Budner. ^ ,Vve,endln Ls An9ele*
Mrs. Nathan Adelman and M
Junior services will be conduct-
ed at 10 am. under the super-
vision of Max Bertman. A kid-
dush and refreshments will be
served at the close of the service.
Mincha will be conducted at 5
p.m.. followed by Shalos Sudos
Mr. and Mrs. Koven recently at 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff
returned from a short stay in Wll> sPeak on the Portion of the
Atlana. wk: .
S. I. Freedman will conduct a
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lev, 1756 weekly Bible study course at 4
S. W. 12th ave., returned to p.m.
Circus Trip Planned
For Cardiac Children
Twenty young boys and girls
from the National Children's Car-
dan- Home will go to the circus
some afternoon next week
^; with friends. Mrs. Sterling' will through the generosity of the
to
cording to Charles R. Jacobson,
executive secretary of the lodge.
, An attendance from the Home
f will escort the children, who will
Jack Schieff Mrs. Loskove and stop at Tulsa. Okla., to visit B'n-" BVith Sholem lodge ac-
Mrs. Budner will pour. relatives before returning
Mrs. Carp, Mrs. Kline. Mrs Miami in a few weeks.
ker and Mrs. Joel Mrs. Edward Gurtman
ill be hostesses herf W1,h ,h.er brother-in-law Alb. rt Pallet, Milton A. Fned-
Each member has been request- and sis,er' Mr- and MfS- Wil- 'nan. Jerome Weinkle and Nat
to bring a guest. ham Glick Mrs. Harry Hurewitz.
Lauffer and son, Allan, 121 N.
Miss Blumenfeld Picks
March Wedding Date
Mrs. Pearl Blumenfeld. 112"
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W. 34th tor., left for Brooklyn SISTERHOOD SLATES
this week to attend the Bar CARD PARTY, MEETING
Mitzva of Mrs. Lauffer's neph-,
ew Max R. Silver flew home A card party will be held by
Pen'nsvh"an'.a'av^.'"'ann'ounces'tne from New York yesterday after ^e Sisterhood of Miami Jewish
engagement of her daughter, a week's stay Mrs. Benja- Orthodox Congregation. 8 pjn.
Mitzie. to Sam Linksman, son of min Meyers is back from New ^/'^ !^C TaLT ?^\
Mr. and M. Morns Linksman of York where she served as a m h m- *?' ^'If'
N. w York and the Drake hotel, delegate to the National As &rf SSL!?S!,fc.-2*
esses,
id'ent of convenlion- While in New York The Sisterhood will hold a bus-
she attended sessions of the 'ness meeting, 8 p.m. Wednes-
has been set for March 17. I__.:__tin.ii. r A .
Miss Blumenfeld. a resi
Miami Beach for eight years, was f."c ",le"uea sessions ot Uw|iinh meeting, a p.m.
graduated from the Miami Beach Uni,ed Nations assembly, the day at tht. Talmah Torah._______
High school and attended the Zionist Organization of America! Make vour contribution now to
Walsh School f Business Science, convention and the Herald Trib- the C mmuri tv Chest
A graduate of New York "
schools. Mr. Linksman recently
returned to the United States
from the Pacific where he served
with the infantry for four years.

For The Best
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Chocolates
Created By The
House of
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FRANCOIS JACOUEMOUX
(The Original)
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FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WE PARCEL POST
FROM COAST TO COAST
10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Powir & Light Co.
DAVID ROSNER
ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THE
REOPENING OF HIS
VICTOR HOTEL
On the Ocean at 12th Street Miami Beach
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28th
Spacious ultra-modern appointments presented in an
atmosphere refined and enjoyable. Catering to a Jew-
Ufa clientele desiring the utmost in excellent Kosher
cuisine, for which David Rosner is noted, and under
whose management the VICTOR HOTEL eniovs its
splendid reputation. *
100 ROOMS 100 BATHS ALL FACING THE OCEAN
Victor Hotel Strictly Kosher Dining Room Op. ,0 the Public
Enjoy A Real Treat By Making Advance Rotation.
PHONE 5-0041
MRS. APPEL
November meeting and social
of the Miami Beach Women's
auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged will mark the closing of
the summer book project under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Benja-
min Appel.
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will pre-
side at the meeting at 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Burgandy room
of the Wofford hotel. The pro-
gram will feature Rabbi Irving
Lehrman as guest speaker.
Robert Bass, young cellist, will
play his famous Prince Gurski
Stradivarius cello. A cellist since
the age of three, he is a student
of Walter Grossman and was se-
lected to be soloist with the Uni-
versity of Miami symphony. He
will be accompanied by his
father, Jon Bass, composer and
pianist.
Project workers are asked to
make their reports at the meet-
ing, Mrs. Appel said.
*** Hada^
One thousand ne* J]
the goal set for tv, VH
Hassan ,n Z ^4
,sh -men taSj^J
cause. Q f* 1
. A fries of teas .;,]
^thecampalgn.K>
P-merance. memi*^
man. announced ^',
First of these event, ^1
at the home of Mrs' ^*
Goodman, 3335 FUJ
Members are inv.teTfl
Wives of profess.onai.j
be honored Nov. 26 J
Ja. to be held at C*
Mrs. Sam Blank. 600 E. 1
Another tea wffl be I
3 with Mrs. Louis Hei
E. Rivo Alto dr j, l
Wives of members of th..
Organization of Arrerol
mothers of Junior Had*!
Business and Profess:.^
ens division members itiJ
ResumebreaSji
The Sunday Morning]
club, sponsored by ihel
Parent-Teacher association]
resume its activities this So
morning at 8:45 ajn.. at thei
gogue with a breaklast in I
of the golden wedding i
ary of Edward Safer'* i
Jacksonville.
Mrs. Safer, presides, adj
Larry Simpkins. general L
man. extend an invrtaBaj
boys and girls of the L_
Hebrew schools. 13 yeni
and over.
Give once for all. Miktl
contribution now to the j
munity Chest.
WEDS ENGLISH GIRL
A marriage ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman, united Miss Heather
Bano of England and Dr. Alfred
Levin of 2026 Prairie ave., Miami
Beach, at the bridegroom's home
on Nov. 10.
Before coming to the United
States, Mrs. Levin attended Ox-
ford university in England where
she studied law. Dr. Levin is a
radiologist.
LA TAUSCA
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PEARLS*
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Tax
La Tausca beautifully
fashions this double strand
pearl* necklace ... to
flatter your pretty neck ..
and compliment your
smart fashions. Clasped
with sterling hook set with
rhinestones. Come com-
plete with lovely snow-
white gift box.
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MIAMI HTORE, JEWELRY,
STREET FLOOR
Dr. Murray M. l\m
ANNOUNCES THE OPESj
OF HIS OFFICE FOB
PRACTICE OF
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NOVEMBOmi946_
I
lY,
, Heiman Home
ai Member Drive
Lmbership tea at the home
[Louis Heiman, 423 E
L dr. Miami Beach, will
r1! .Umbership campaign
of Beth David
Si-urhood at
1:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday, accord-
ing to Mrs.
Stanley C. My-
ers, member-
ship chairman.
A prize will
be awarded to
the member re-
sponsible for
the most new
members.
Besides being
hostess of the
Lrs Heiman will serve as
En of the tea with Mrs.
Gordon as cochairman.
Sal skit, "Trial By
riwiU be enacted by mem-
1 the Sisterhood. Marshall
iMrs Heiman's nephew,
Ivacatiomng in Miami fol-
Ihis release from the ser-
|ill plav sevi ral piar.o se-
\ Marian Murray, dra-
Uano, will be the vocal-
L Murray appears annu-
[Town Hail in New York
hd has given concerts
|out New England and the
Mrs. Max Shapiro ar-
Ithe program.
Vpatir.g in the skit will be
lesdamcs Jack August,
[Gordon, Louis Heiman,
Her Stiebil. Herman Slep-
\\ Rovcn, Irving Rosen,
[Davidow, Isidor Langner,
I Traung. Ben Markowitz,
ison, Norman D. Jacobs,
Her, Harry Markowitz,
Jemaker. Ida Hertz, Lewis
[and Ben Kar.del.
V'air is open to members,
id new members. Trans-
j mav be arranged with
cots, 528 S. W. 10th ave.
Miami Zionists to Hear
Southeastern Prexy
Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham
Ala., president of the Southeast-
ern region, Zionist Organization
of America, which convenes here
this weekend, will be guest
speaker at a meeting of the Mi-
ami Zionist district Thursday
evening at Beth David congrega-
tion.
Nominations and elections will
be held, Hyman Sootin, president
announced.
The Miami district will bo rep-
resented at the regional conven-
tion by Rabbis Max Shapiro
Murray Grauer and Colman A
Zwitman, and Hyman Sootin
Harry Gordon, I. S. Shapoff, Bur-
nett Roth, Nathan Adelman, Isa-
dor Langner, Maurice Grossman,
Joel Zalis, Jerome Weinkle, A. P
Cannes, Murray G. Cohen, Leo
Rosen and Harry Gelfenstein.
USNA MAN CONFERS
WITH LOCAL AGENCIES
Julian Stone of New York,
field representative of the United
Service for New Americans, is in
Miami this week conferring with
local agencies which deal with:
refugee problems.
Stone discussed resettlement of
refugees in Miami and the immi-
gration policies of USNA, which
was recently formed by the
merger of the Service to the For-
eign Born department of the Na- I
tional Council of Jewish Women
with the National Refugee Ser-
vice.
Meeting with Stono were rep-
resentatives of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Jewish Social
Service bureau and the National
Council of Jewish Women.
Stone will conclude his three-
day visit tomorrow.
^JwistFhridiari
HEIMAN NOMINATED
TO HEAD BETH DAVID
Louis Heiman was nominated
E2E 2th" B"th David-
n;(an,wlinBtaw*
; He w,n -**** h.
SimS"w0n th,C S'atC Panted by
m Wcisscl. chairman of the
nornmatmg committee, were
Weissel, vice president; Burnett
PAGE THREE
Hebrew School Plans
Thanksgiving Event
Miami Hebrew School and Ju-
nior Congregation will hold a
Thanksgiving party Wednesday
evening, Nov. 27, at the Biscayne
Temple, Mack Apfelbaum, chair-
man of the event, announced this
week.
Assisting him will be the Mes-
dames E. A. Moss, Morris Ofso-
witz, Benjamin Sokoloff, Nathan
Coulton, Sam Kostoff, Sam Blank,
Benny Stone, Herman Sklansky
and Herbert Feldan.
Information regarding the af-
fair may be obtained from Mrs.
Moss, 312 S. W. 15th ave., or Mrs.
Ofsowitz, 1838 S. W. Ninth st.
H. M. Drewich will preside at
the regular meeting of the or-
ganization at 8 p.m. Wednesday
at the Miami Y,
[Charm Forum
tlit Students
'mwlir.g of the Charm
Iof the National Council of
I Women will be held today
B. at Temple Beth Sholom,
|ave. it 41st st. Under the
>:;::? of Mrs. Sydney L.
fsub and her cochairman,
Award L. Cowen, subse-
|forums will be conducted
t and thud Fridays in De-
I and January.
program will include study
feral and individualized
R skin care and hair styl-
[ Miss F. Lenore, local in-
in charm. Mrs. Wein-
l pupil of Mrs. Ruth Bry-
f"ie, will conduct sessions
and public speaking.
<& from this series will
to maintain Council's
nips at the University of
[Tickets may be purchased
[door or subscriptions for
Ff of five, from Mrs. Ed-
|*wen or Mrs. Aaron Farr,
" of education and cul-
LOUIS HEIMAN
Roth, recording secretary; Mur-
ray G. Cohen, financial secre-
tly; Max Swartz, treasurer.
Nominated as board members
were David Brown, Sidney Lef-
court, Dr. Harold Rand, Samuel
J. Spector, Bernard A. Sterling,
Jerome Weinkle and Nat Zalka.
Holdover board members are
Jack August, Harry Markowitz,
riyman Sootin and Jacob Sher.
Elections will be hold early in
December.
EMANON CLUB PLANS
CHANUKA BALL
Tickets are now on sale for the
annual Chanuka ball to be spon-
sored by the Emanon club of the
Miami Y at the Miami Police-
men's Benevolent association hall,
2300 N. W. 14th st., Sunday eve-
ning, Dec. 15, according to Sam
Kratish, president.
A popular orchestra will fur-
nish music for dancing and a
rumba contest is being planned
by Nat Etkins, social chairman.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Miami Y or at Saks Fifth
Ave., 701 Lincoln rd., at the ac-
commodation desk.
Temple Israel Youth
To Hold Social
First social meeting of the sea-
son will be held by the Youth
Group of Temple Israel at 8 p.m.
Saturday in Kaplan hall of the
Temple.
Lynn Berman's orchestra will
provide music and a special pro-
gram of professional entertain-
ment will be featured.
Members of the confirmation
classes of the past six years have
been invited as charter members
of the organization and all young
people in Temple Israel and their
friends may attend.
Plans regarding election of of-
ficers and a cultural program will
be announced at the social.
Archie Robbins Heads
Lauderdale Temple
Archie Robbins was elected
president of Temple Emanu-El,
Fort Lauderdale, at the annual
congregational meeting Nov. 6t.
Elected with him were Leon
Nathanson, vice president; David
Blume, treasurer; Harry Cohen,
secretary; Moe Kat?, A. Stone,'
Ben Kaufman, D. B. Lyons, M.
Luxenberg, Nelson Elsasser, Dr.
A. A. Shapiro, Abe Tarler, Jack
Mintzer, A. Markowitz, board
members. A reception was held
for Rabbi David Paab following
the meeting.
Rabbi Raab will conduct serv-
ices at 8 p.m. tonight at the Tem-
ple. In connection with Jewish
Book Month, he will review the
Harper prize novel of the year,
Jo Sinclair's "Wasteland."
To Air Group Tension
"How Can We Lick Group
Tension in America?" will be the
topic of the Miami Round Table
in its weekly broadcast over Sta-
tion WIOD, 7 p.m. Saturday.
Participants in the broadcast
will be the Rev. Glenn C. James,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and
the Rev. John H. McAtee.
Bertman to Tell Fish
Story to Patients
Second edition of Hobby Night.
Greater Miami B'nai B'rith's hos-
pital service program, will be
presented at the Pratt General
hospital Monday evening under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Sam
Goldman.
George J. Bertman, president
of the Miami Beach lodge, will
display his fishing reels and dis-
cuss deep sea fishing. Otto Eras-
mus, professional photographer,
will show his collection of valu-
able camera lenses. A talk on
recordings will be given by
Charles R. Jacobson.
Other hobbyists who are sched-
uled to appear are Mrs. Arnold
Simon, who will make profile
sketches of some of the Army
patients and display her minia-
ture pig collection, and Miss
Goldberg, who will demonstrate
textile painting.
Hobbv night is a project of the
Metropolitan Miami B'nai B'rith
council.
Polish Author to Speak
For Beach Circle
Second local appearance of
Pincous Schwartz, author and
lecturer, will be sponsored by the
Miami Beach Workmen's Circle
branch 692 this evening.
Mr. Schwartz, who was active
in the Polish cultural movement,
will speak on "What to Do With
Germany" at 8:30 p.m. in the
Circle's lyceum, 25 Washington
ave.
Admission will be 50 cents.
To Nominate Officers
Special meeting of the Balti-
more Club of Florida will be held
8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, for
the nomination of officers.
MJOC TO MEET
Regular meeting of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will be held Tuesday evening at
the synagogue, according to A. M.
Bear, president.
To Hold Concert for JNF
Benefitting the Jewish Nation-
al Fund, a concert featuring lo-
cal artists will be held 7 p.m.
Monday by the Pioneer Women s
organization, club member two.
at 25 Washington ave.
Refreshments will be served.
MS! Lena Mintzes, JNF chair-
man for the club, will be in
charge.
Opera Guild of Miami
Presents
"LA BOHEME," by Puccini
January 11th-1Sth.14th.16th
"BARBER OF SEVILLE," by
Rossini
March 1st-3rd and 4th
Tickets on Sale at
Cordellia's, Amidon s. Burdine's,
Miami Beach Radio Shop, and
Opera Guild Office. 625 S. W.
29th Rd. Phone 3-5967.
With All Metropolitan Stars
MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUMW. Flagler St.
WE BOW OUR HEADS IN GRIE AND
EXTEND OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHIES TO
THE FAMILY OF OUR LATE, LAMENTED
CHAVAR AND FRIEND
EMANUEL GORDON
WHO PASSED AWAY NOVEMBER 12
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MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI Y PLAYERS
TO HOLD TRYOUTS
Casting for parts in a three-act
comedy will be held Tuesday eve-
ning by the Y Players at the
Miami Y gym, according to Her-
bert Cole, director.
Organized this week, the Play-
ers will produce "Out of the Fry-
ing Pan" later in the season.
Dramatic instruction will also be
offered.
Membership is still open. Cole
made a special request for male
actors and stagehands. The Play-
ers will make their own scenery
and handle all production details.
YPL PLANS DANCE
Young People league of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
hold a dance at the Center, 8
p.m., Sunday. Men and women
between the ages of 18 and 25
years are invited.
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Miami 18. Florida. Friday. November 15, 1946
VOLUME 19 NUMBER 46
CHESHVAN 21. 5707
FACE FACTS .
FRIDAY
By GEORGE I.
More
JSSl
While the Miami Beach Zionist | Considering his background as
district is acting BJ host lhis a refugee from persecution and
weekend to convention delegates hjs untiring efforts in behalf of
from s.x Southeastern states, its his br#th
Shcp-
te to natural for Shep to be chosen as Columbians
About Coin
Here
iiiaj'
,s an interest,
... ~.^...ren overseas, it was only story 0f ono .l I
Basle, Switzerland, on the most I a representative to the World to illustrate the cai h
important mission of his career.; Jewish Congress in Switzerland.
ship guiding
this
folk
un-Ai
Then- is a poignant Story be- And so it is that some 25 years
hind Shep's journey. Following aftcr his flight from tyranny, According to reli w
to a_mM. Homer L ,
_e of aid the remaining remnants
as di
the same principal reasons that on
OVER THE TOP
A tremendous amount of effort has been put into the cam-
paign of our Dade County Community Chest. The drive was
launched Tuesday at a dinner for volunteer workers. Those
present demonstrated an enthusiasm and willingness to gc
out and raise the funds needed to take care of the 160.0UU
people served by the 22 Chest agencies.
It is not an easy undertaking. Early reports indicate an
apathy towards Chest giving that bespeaks unfavorably for our
community. ,
Old-timers should be aware of the program of the Chest ana
understaand fully the importance of supporting its needs. New
residents must be familiar with identical Chest activities in then
former communities. ,.
As residents of a community we must intelligently realize, curt*. A"^***
that we have to share the burdens of Chest beneficiaries and M
that responsibility can be faced only by assuming a share in
meeting those needs. This means getting out and giving the
drive a lift with leg work solicitation and with donating of your
dollars. Let's put the Chest drive over the top-
organization.
Ac
the wake of World War I. there shep fc returning to u
was widespread persecution of M ,,_ ^miwtlmm-----------.. identified as one of ti-
the Columbian"! >
15, as a refugee fleeing this mass our people. Apnl 9 ^^
| in the country of his ori- Last week. I attended a spon- Loomis in Marat **'
gin. Shepard Broad eame to the'taneous j^n voyage luncheon cuit c"urt, Bradentn.0!
Unit, d States to seek freedom tendered to shep and Ruth Broa(J Mrs. Lo0mis ob ^
security and peace. These were u vorce on ei-mma
the eve of their departure. m(,n,.i 7 Mds
11 cruelty, charge
FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE
The Jewish Cultural committee will inaugurate its second an-
nual series of cultural programs on behalf of its sixteen repre-
sentative organizations on Sunday evening. The meagre re-
sponse to a presentation of this type, enhancing immeasurably
the cultural level of our community, shows a lack of apprecia-
tion toward this program.
We clamor for the chance to see and hear leaders in the
field of education and music and then, when given the oppor-
tunity, let it fall by the wayside.
The sooner we take the lead in supporting endeavors that
are progressive, stimulating and enlightening, that much sooner
will the organizations present bigger and better programs.
Instead of plodding through a season, wouldn't it be wonder
ful to have to worry about taking care of the overflow?
ity and intelligence, as well as
character and perseverance,
Shep made good. He, however,
never forgot his brethren who
remained in strife-torn Europe.
Having escaped the tyranny of
terrorists, he knew full well the
eternal wish of European Jews
for a haven of peace and se-
when the
district in
its formative years asked that
he lead them in their vital work,
he accepted, and thereafter
dedicated much of his time, his
energy and hit resources to
Eretz Yisroel.
standing community leaders, Jews ran a thread o
and Gentiles, arose and expressed towards both Neer^J
their heartfelt esteem for this! which Loomis was7h
lovable couple. The mayor, the displaying.
Mrs. Loomis also i
he had advocated p.
Nazism and Facism ^
one time, while the? |
ing on a farm near R,
Va., he was under in?
by the FBI.
She also stated that I
police chief, the rabbis, business
associates and fellow Zionists all
paid high tribute to the work
performed by Shep in behalf of
^his fellowmen and wished him
! "God speed" in the great mission
that was ahead of him. The
wholehearted sincerity of the
tribute overcame Shep. Broken 1 openly advocated that il
, with emotion, he gratefully ac- be "rounded up and seal
knowledged the plaudits and af-
firmed his resolve to carry on his
humanitarian efforts.
Africa and that the Jem]
be eliminated from U
the earth."
Apartment Men
To Aid Beach
Miami Reach Apartment House
Owners association will hold a
brunch Sunday morning at the
National hotel to benefit the
Bi ach Y's S300.000 building fund
campaign, Harold Herman, direc-
tor of the drive, reported this
week.
In charge of the brunch are
Ben Giller, Mike Fox. E. R. Tan-
enbaum and Arthur B. Frishman.
executive director of the ass na-
tion.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker.
The Y's drive reached the half-
way mark early this week. Her-
man said.
St. Petersburg Woman
Wins Palestine Trip
m;VIII WELCOMES
(Continued Irom Page 1)
Arthur Griffiths. Miami Herald
columnist, will lead a discussion
on press relations at 4 p.m. Sun-
day. At S p.m.. a veterans sym-
posium will be held, led by
Major Hershel Auerbach of Jack-
sonville, former regional director
if the veterans bureau of ZOA.
The Miami Beach Jewish War
Veterans post, of which Harry
Adams is commander, and the
Freda Markowitz post, with Dr. f
Maurice Klein as commander, will
participate.
Dr. Shlomo Bardin. director of
the American Zionist Youth com-'
mission, will be the principal
speaker at the youth commission
dinner at 7 p.m. Sunday. A spe-
cial program of youth work has
been prepared by the Greater
Miami Youth commission of which
S. A. Goodman is chairman. Pre-
siding will be Miss Natalie
FrankeJ. president of the local
MENDEL FISHER
institute will be given by
Carolyn Eplan of Atlanta
Junior rladassah. Rabbi Leon Milton Cohen of Birmingham.
Kronish and A. P. Cannes, dnec- ike Abclson of Birmingham
r of the Bureau of Jewish Edu- will preside at the Monday morn-
BIOGRAPHICAL DATA:
Lew Slotm was the atom-
scientist who stopped a danger-
ous chain reaction which men-
aced the lives of his colleagues
last summer, somewhere near
New Mexico He stopped
the reaction, but lost his life in
the resulting explosion .
When Lew was a student in
Lo)ido?i. a perfect stranger
stopped him in the street .
Engaged him in a Hebrew con-
versation Lew, who spoke
the language of his fathers flu-
ently, had been chosen because
he was the first Jewish-looking
passerby It turned out that
the stranger was a Palestinian
student of aeronautical engi-
neering, who was having trou-
ble with his homework because
he didn't understand English.
He begged Lew to help him,
and Lew, who was a big man
even in the little things, trans-
lated a perfect stranger's home-
work for several menths.
"S. O. SSAVE OUR SOIL-
PLANT TREES IN PALESTINE
NOW* was the slogan that won
a free round-trip to Palestine for
Mrs. Helen Wilner, wife of Rabbi
Herbert J. Wilner of St. Peters-
burg. Fla according to Samuel
S. Wolfson, chairman of the tree
slogan committee of the Jewish
National Fund of Los Angeles.
cation of Miami, are cochairmen
of the program committee. Mrs.
Irving Lehrman will direct an
original sketch written by Cannes
n which local members of the
arums Zionist youth groups will
participate.
Reports on the Brandeis Camp
BETH DAVID TO OPEN
FUND DRIVE SUNDAY
(Continued from Page 1)
Division chairmen of the drive
are Jacob Sher. initial gifts; Louis
Heiman, special gifts, and Ben
Essen, general solicitation. David
Brown is treasurer of the drive
and Hen Markowitz, Stanley C
Myers. Sam J. Speetor. William
ing sessions which will be de-
voted to the Jewish National
Fund. Guest speaker will be
Mendel N. Fisher, executive di-
rector of the Jewish National
Fund of America.
Dr. Sidney Marks, executive
director of the Zionist Organiza-
1ST PARLEY
tion of America, will be l
Monday at the lunchea]
jW'ill be given overtoil/
I can Christian Palestinec
Highlight of the
will be an addreu of |
rael Goldstein, pat
of the Zionist
America, who will i
complete convention it j
cruet Monday erenim, |
wood]
cludedl
progru|
be a
I. K
stele oil
hsjk
subject
its Pil
in
Wei
relate I
perierogj
WEINSTEIN ig |
yint to the Holy Ui|
stallaiion of officers
place at the banquet
being a Tanged by a i
headed by Matthew Sil*
Delegates remaining
fonral conclusion of I
tion night will be enter!
fishing, sight-seeing
trips by Miami Beach i
Tuesday.
Miss
and
BRITISH ON WATCH
FOR JEWISH TERROR
(Continued from Page 1)
mittce, issued the following state-
ment: "On the 17th of January
Mr. Bevin fully explained that no
proposals for the future of Pales-
tine could be put forward until
the Anglo-American Commission
of Inquiry has reported, and the
resulting talks with Arabs and
Jews have still to be concluded."
Another British spokesman said
that Britain was prepared to turn
the matter over to the UN if the
London conference on Palestine
collapsed.
THINK IT OVER
Certain Jewish leaders should
have thought twice before en-
dorsing the protests against
Archbishop Stepanec's conviction
by a Yugoslav court martial at
Zagreb Stepanec's anti-Se-
mitic record is beyond doubt .
His own diocese organ. "The
Catholic Weekly." promoted the
massacre of Jews as soon as Hit- I k^| NEW YORK (JTA) The dis-
ler's puppet government in I ^ fl^W 1 cussions on Palestine between
Croatia gave the word Stepa- \ | r t ^g Secretary of State Bvrnes and
necs connection with the fascist, ^*^^^^ M^gfW^_ BriUsh Forcign Secretary Bevin
Jew-murdering Ustachi was es-1 markowixz SHEr will start here this week, the
tablished at his trial And if gh M jewish Telegraphic Agency has
you want to know the Ustachi *"' Swartz Sam ]carned ^ Ambassador
share m the extermination of Weasel are vice chairmen. M. J. Invorrhapel is expected to come
Yugoslavian Jewry, you can get Kopelowitz is campaign secretary. | from Washington to New York
the information in the American Several dinners haw been held to participate in the talks.
i^^J**-1500*' ,ssued..bv [by the initial gifts division dur-! The presence in New York of
ing the past weeks. 'David Ben Gurion, Dr. Moshe
American Jewish committee.
Sneh and other membenl
Jewish Agency executive.?
as the presence of Arab I
tions attending the UNI
assembly, will make it [
to consult with both, if*
it was pointed out.
ever, would not affect I
ference on Palestine wins,
resume in London on
Pioneer Women H
Palestine Delegate
Moishe Zamir. Pal*|
gate of Habonim, will
speaker at a meeting of j
Women's organization.
hpr one at 8 p-f- ,
Beth David. Mrs. Henry 1
president, announces.
Cantor A. Friedman
featured vocalist
will be served. W _
cultural program ism1
garten.
,. nil. MaH
Give once for ..
contribution now to
munity Chest.
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)AY NQVg^BUSJ^
,9idential Election To
Contest Topic
L > w its topic from the pres-
KcTsituPation.B-naiB'rith
LF lodge is sponsoring a de-
IZ Ivhk-h teams from many
fee public and Catholic schools
I be represented.
L tooic to be debated is:
t!!ivcd That the Constitution
Ki Be Amended to Provide
ft Election of a President
Lin 60 Davs From Such Time
U Clear Majority in Each
LiofConurcssIsof aDiffer-
fpolitical Party Than the Ex-
|tive Branch."
trticipating schools will hold
Lation contests within the
t few weeks and semi-finals
be held on Dec. 17 and 18.
lo uams from each school, one
Amative and one negative, will
[represented at the finals, to
I held on Dec. 19. Plans are
tg made to broadcast the
lls over a local network. Je-
tWeinkU' and Dan Satin are
Linen of the contest.
L winning team will be
Lrded a one-week trip to
Lhington. D. C, with all ex-
ses paid. There they will
B Congress. Sightseeing trips
[additional entertainments are
g planned for the team by the
Guest Rabbi to Speak
At Temple Beth Sholom
Rabbi Solomon D. Goldiarb of
Congregation B'rith Shnlr.m
Charleston. S. C, will bltt.
guest speaker at Friday cven.ng
services at Temple Beth Sholom
this evening in honor of the
southeast Zionist
^*wistiFk>rI(f/ar}
conference.
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RABBI GOLDFARB
Rabbi Goldfarb will have as his
sermon topic "Will They Parti-
tion the Bible. Too?"
After graduation from New
York university, Rabbi Goldfarb
received his ordination at the
Jewish Theological seminary. He
occupied pulpits in Alban
Brooklyn before coming to
Charleston and has spent six
months in Palestine. Rabbi Gold-
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servative Judaism and Hadoar.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will con-
duct thL. services. An Oneg Shab-
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RITES FOR E. GORDON
HELD THURSDAY
Last tribute was paid to Emanr
uel Gordon. 70, before a large
gathering of friends at funeral
services held in the Beth David
synagogue yesterday afternoon.
Burial followed in Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery. Rabbis Max Shapiro, Moses
Meseheloff, Irving Lehrman and
Murray Grauer officiated. As-
sisting were Cantors Maurice
Mamchcs and Abraham Fried-
Active pallbearers were Louis
Heiman, Carl Weinkle, Jack Apte,
Stanley C. Myers, Nat Zalka,
Teddy Bramsen, Fred K. Shochet,
Abe Schoenfeld, Jerry Alexander.
Lai Pont. Honorary pallbearers
were Harry Sirkin. Nathan Alex-
ander. Sol Schwartz. I. Langner
A. Miller and Charles Kronen-
feld.
Gordon passed away Tuesday
morning at his home, 1021 N. W.
First st., following a lingering
illness.
He came to Miami 21 years ago
from Macon. Ga and immediately
interested himself in the work
of local Jewish organizations. He
was one of the organizers of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
association and was the founder
of the Gordon Funeral home. He
was a member of Beth David
synagogue, Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation. Miami Beach
Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith, the
Zionist organization and the
Masons.
Surviving are his wife. Mrs.
Adelia Gordon; three sons. Harry,
his associate at the funeral home,
Irvin and Ike. all of Miami; lour
daughters, Miss Reba Gordon
and Mrs. Sophie Frank, of Mi-
ami; Mrs. Sue Margolis, of Mi-
ami Beach, and Mrs. Laura Quit-
ner, of Los Angeles, and 10 grand-
children.
PAGE FIVE
Rabbi Appelbaum Goes
To St. Paul Pulpit
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum,
formerly affiliated with Temple
Israel of Miami, will become
spiritual leader of the Mt. Zion
Hebrew Congregation of St. Paul,
Minn., on Dec. 1, it was an-
nounced this week.
Invited to serve Temple Israel
when Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
enlisted in the Army, Rabbi Ap-
pelbaum led the congregation
from December, 1944, to June,
1946.
He succeeds the late Rabbi
Harry S. Margulis, treasurer of
the Central Conference of Ameri-
can Rabbis, who occupied the Mt.
Zion pulpit for 21 years until his
death this summer. The congre-
gation will observe its 90th anni-
versary in February.
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Zionist Youth Leader
To Be Synagogue Guest
Dr. Shlomo Bardin, executive
director of the American Zionist
Youth commission, will be guest
speaker at the Beth David ser-
vices, 8:15 p.m. this evening.
Dr. Bardin, who was formerly
principal of Haifa Technical High
school, will discuss "We Must
Reason Together."
Delegates to the Southeastern
regional convention of the Zion-
ist Organization of America,
which meets at Miami Beach this
weekend, will be welcomed.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Abraham Friedman will officiate
at the services.
A reception will follow in the
auditorium with Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant serving as hostess in mem-
ory of her father, Morris Karp,
who died recently. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Dickson have donated the
pulpit flowers in honor of the re-
turn of their son. Bernard, from
the Navy.
Mrs. Abraham Kasow. 551 N. E.
69th St.. is Friday night chair-
man. Members who wish to cele-
brate an anniversary or birthday
or to memorialize a relative or i
friend with synagogue observ-
ance may contact her.
Sabbath services will be held
for adults at 8:30 a.m. and for
students at 10.30 a.m.
B'nai It'rilli Briefs
HANNAU TO EXHIBIT
The Parents Magazine, a na-'
tiona] publication published in
New York, has invited Hannau,
Studios of Miami Beach and New
York to exhibit their children's
pictures in the Photograph Gal-
lery of the magazine in Mew
York, in the series of exhibitions
of -The Work of Outstand:ni;
American Artists." The exhibition
will be opened this month.
By Paul Weitxman
Miami Beach lodge No. 1591
has scheduled its next business
meeting for 8:15 p.m. Tuesday,
at the National hotel auditorium.
Walter C. Kovner. program chair-
man, announces that at the con-
clusion of the business meeting,
there will be a showing of a
March of Time film about Pales-
tine. In addition to the Him, a
prominent speaker will address
B'nai B'rith members and their |
friends at this meeting.
The nominating committee will
render its report at the forthcom-
ing meeting and present a slate
ot candidates who will run for.
office in [December. The atten-
tion of the membership is called
to e tact tl at at this coming i
meeting, nominations for office!
may be made by the membership
at large from the floor. The com-
bined lisl Of candidates will ap-j
pear on thi ballot <>n election |
night to be eld at a meeting in i
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The B'nai B'rith office is at-
tempting to bring the mailing
: i. membership up to date
and is asking members to notify
the office if they are not reci iv-
ing their mail or if their latest
address has not been filed with
the office. Pleas,- call the B'nai
B'rith office, Room 203, 605 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, tele-
phone 5-2434, between 9 a.m. and
1 p.m. any week day except Sat-
urday.

George J. Talianoff, who pre-
S( nt, d an ADL program at our
last meeting and delivered an ex-
cellent lecture depicting ADL
,i aa well showing the
ran Sinatra film, "The Mouse We
Live In," ased us to acknowledge
that the projection equipment
used In the showing of the film
u as lo -"ed by Kurt Enfield of
Enfield Camera shop. We all ap-
preciate the courtesy and cooper-
ation of this Ben B'rith. Eddie
Newman, brother of Godfrey and
Arnold Newman, just returned
from the service. Frank J.
Shames, of Sanford, Fla., renew-
ed B'nai B'rith acquaintance
while in Miami, and Frank Bay-
er, president of West Palm Beach
lodge, is recuperating from an op-
eration in the Victoria hospital.
. The Harold Turks celebrated
their eighth anniversary on Tues-
day and for a pre-celebration, to-
gether with the Talianoffs and
the Weitzmans, spent a week-end
of fishing in Everglades City
we will omit the fish stories
Ge rge Talianoff is celebrating
his birthday this week and a sur-
prise party to celebrate the birth-
day of Belle Goldstrich, wife of
Mannit. Goldstrich, was held at
the home of Morry Morris, last
Monday.
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214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins & Wiih, Avet.
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Local Women to Honor
Palestine Leader
Mrs. Goldie Meyerson, tempo-
rary chairman of the Vaad Leumi
(Jewish National assembly) in
Palestine, will be presented with
a Golden Book certificate in ab-
sentia at an affair to be held by
the Pioneer Women's organiza-
tion club number one Jan. 5.
The event will mark the 45th
anniversary of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Also to be honored are Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Breen. newlyweds. Zion-
ist youth leaders in Miami.
In charge of the affair, which
will be held at Beth David, are
the Mesdames Henry Seitlin, I. S.
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Shapoff, Pushkin, Freedman.
Levitt. Pearl Raidman, Sadie
Karasik. Stepkin. Feinstein, I.
Rosengarten and J. Stadlin.
Two Miamians Attend
Hadassah Convention
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, presi-
dent of the Beach group of Ha-
dassah, and Mrs. Moe Feingold
of the town group, represented
the Greater Miami chapter at the
32nd annual Hadassah conven-
tion held in Boston this week.
The convention took action to
increase Hadassah's medical pro-
gram for the benefit of newcom-
ers to the Holy Land and mapped
expansion in other fields, chiefly
child welfare, vocational educa-
tion, land reclamation and the re-
habilitation and resettlement of
Jewish refugee children under
the auspices of the Youth Aliyah
movement of which Hadassah is
the official American agency.
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Amvets Seek Members
V. terans of World War II have
been invited to attend a meeting
of the Robert Richter post,
AMVETS, 8:30 p.m. Monday at
the Hawaiian room of the Glades
hotel. 28th st. and Collins ave.
A membership drive will be
aunched at the meeting with a
prize going to the AM VET who
brings in the most new members.
ZIONIST CONVENTION
COMMITTEES LISTED
Task of arranging the South-
eastern Zionist region's ninth an-
nual conference rested on the
shoulders of Harold Shapiro, gen-
eral chairman, and these com-
mittees:
Arrangements: Jack D. Burris,
chairman; Jake Felt, Abraham
Goodman, Dr. Louis G. Lytton
and Harry I. Magid.
Reception: Oscar L e 1 c h u k,
chairman; M. H. Frankel, Dr. M.
J. Glick, Ehiel Lesowoder, Louis
Miller and Dr. Z. I. Sabshin.
Reservations: Ed J. Singer,
chairman; Dr. Harry H. Queen.
Leo Robinson, Raymond Rubin
and Carl Weinkle.
Editorial: Andre Bialolenki.
chairman; Archie Brick, Herb
Ellisburg, Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Max
Meisel and Philip Salmon.
Registration: S. A. Goodman,
chairman; Sam Lachman, Harry
Miller, Harold B. Spaet and Ernie
Wolfe.
Preparations: Natalie Frankel,
chairman; Toby Cooper, Charles
Freefield, Natalie Goodrich, Molly
S. Schreiber, Hilda Schwartz.
Dorothy Susman and Harold G.
Shapiro.
Journal: A. L. Perper, chair-
man; Harry Platoff, Samuel A.
Rivkind. Seymour Rubin, Gus
Trau and H. Rangel.
Program: Alex Van Straaten,
chairman; Harry A. Cornblum.
Bernard S. Feiner, William I.
Feuer, Nathan Glosser and Isa-
dor Goldberg.
Recreation: Ernie Levin, chair-
man; N. H. Hankoff, Leonard
Moriber. Dr. J. B. Pomerance and
Harold Vinson.
Publicity: Alfred Stone, chair-
man; George J. Talianoff.
Hadassah: Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
chairman; Mrs. A. Goodman, Mrs.
Joseph Karp, Mrs. Edward Fried-
man and Mrs. Jerry Goodman.
Religious: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
chairman; Rabbi Murray Grauer,
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. Rabbi David Raab, Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Rabbi Colman
Zwitman.
Banquet: Matthew Silverstein,
chairman; Daniel M. Broad, Jacob
Fishman, Bertram Miller and Sam
Prosterman.
Transportation: Max Green-
berg, chairman; Paul L. Greene,
Theodore Gulkis, Harry W. Leh-
man and Joseph Mazo.
Publication: Shepard Broad,
chairman; Benjamin Appel, Leon-
ard Barr, Charles Bender, George
M. Cohen and Morris Newmark.
Youth: Rabbi Leon Kronish,
chairman; A. P. Gannes, Mrs. I.
Lehrman and Mrs. E. Lesowoder.
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Noddles Sam Sil,,
Sam Silver emu
Coral G.M nominated for Cl "H
Sholem lodge Bva?r?"Si
-eeting Tuesday"*''<]
fits ft*-
Satin, recording
SMssSSa
E. Albert Pailo, ,
as president, was ncr.J^
monitor; Eli Hurwfc "*}
den; Dr. Maurice Serai?'
ian; Burnett Roth, MauncfrJ
mer, William Palot, Mll
Friedman, Lou.s He'in^
M.ller, trustees; Elry stone J
Levin. Louis Heiman, Hi|liJ
visory council. "
Newsman to Address
Beth Sholom Women
Mitchell Kaufman, -,
professor of journalism i
University of Miami, wiD
guest speaker for Temple i
Sholom Sisterhood Wedna
afternoon at the Temple com
nity building.
Kaufman served for overt
years with the late Gen. fta
In charge of the program
be Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, a
sisted by Mrs. Morry Morrk]
On the future agenda ol I
Sisterhood is a home-talent i
show to which husbands oil
bers will bo invited. The a
will be held Dec. 18.
TO HOLD ZOA SEHK
Dedicating Sabbath
services to the regional!
convention assembled nm I
weekend. Rabbi Murray Gn
will preach on the first landj
chases in Palestine at thel
Jewish Orthodox Congregati
a.m. Saturday.
Services will be held
p.m. this evening. Mineral
be at 5 p.m. Saturday, fol
by Shalos Sudos.
HERMAN TO SPEAK
Harold Herman, national Jew-
ish Welfare board representative,
will be guest speaker at the AZA-
BZB-Bar Mitzva breakfast 9 a.m.
Sunday in the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
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l Palm P"li0 of the Presi"
7Mad.son hotel is the site
twi bv the B'nai B'rith Emma
^5 chapter for the Thanks-
L dance H Will sponsor on
Pay evening, Nov. 23.
Wcfor the evening will be
Led by Art Santirzo and his
Ltra currently featured at
fpalm Patio- Featured act*
be presented for the eve-
Is entertainment.
Irking on the arrangements
,h dance are Miss Dolly Pont,
jdent ol the chapter; Miss
I Pont, chairman of the
,. Miss Toby Stepkin, co-
rtlD, and the committee,
Pat Simmons, Miss Lynn
ber and Miss Minna Simon-
^eeds from the dance will
[ed to further the work on
1 house at the University of
Conferring with Mrs. Albert Grossman of the President
Madison hotel (far left) on arrangements for the B'nai B'rith
Emma Lazarus chapter dance are (left to right) Miss Ethel Pont
Miss Dolly Pont and Miss Toby Stepkin. The benefit dance
will be held at the hotel Nov. 23.
Local Council Maps
Book Month Activities
Jewish Book Month, Nov. 15 to
Dec. 15, will be observed locally
with exhibitions. Sabbath ser-
vices and a book review contest,
A. P. Gannes, secretary of the
local Jewish Book council, an-
nounced this week. "Give, read
and buy a Jewish book" is the
slogan of the celebrations.
The council resurried activities
Wednesday under the chairman-
ship of Max Meisel. Plans were
made for book exhibits at con-
gregations and organization meet-
Ings.
Exhibitions may be arranged
with the council at its headquar-
ters in the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, Congress building.
Jewish Book Sabbath will be
observed Nov. 22 and 23.
Details of the review contest
for adolescents and young adults
will be announced next week.
Members of the council are the
Y's, synagogues and the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Heads Athletic Council
Marvin Magid, AZA Royal
Palm representative, was elected
chairman of the Beach Y Athletic
council Sunday with Bernard
Millstein, South Beach Comets,
as his assistant.
Plans were formulated for a
teen-age intramural basketball
league to start Sunday, Nov. 24.
Entered in the league to date are
the Royal Palms, Poinciana, Fla-
mingo, Playboy and South Beach
Comets.
Dentist Opens Office
Dr. Murray M. Zinner an-
nounces the opening of his of-
fices for the practice of general
dentistry and oral surgery at 817
Washington ave.
Dr. Zinner, a graduate of Co-
lumbia university, and former in-
tern at Morrisania hospital in
New York city, has practiced
dentistry in New York for the
past 11 years, and is now associ-
ated with Dr. George A. Graham
at the above address.
kowitz to Speak
Center Services
If Hatred or Self Esteem"
fee discussed by Abe Berko-
|of Birmingham, Ala., presi-
|of the Southeastern region,
st Organization of America,
he speaks at services at
mil this evening at the Mi-
leach Jewish Center.
fcbi Irving Lehrman will of-
jand Cantor Jacob Bernard
I York city will chant the
ks assisted by the Center
4i Lehrman will discuss the
By portion of the law at ser-
[it 9 a.m. Saturday. Junior
I will be at 10 a.m.
Women Observe
tonal Book Month
iihitions of modern Jewish
i and unusual Jewish cere-
1 objects will be displayed
! Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
)t 8:15 p.m. Tuesday.
I celebrate National Jewish
! Month, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
I will review Sholom Alei-
|i's "The Old Country."
I exhibit will include books
age groups. The cere-
I objects which will be dis-
have been collected from
|er the country.
icial hour and refreshments
follow the program.
IOFF TO SPEAK
re J. Talianoff, Florida
director of the Anti-
jution league, will speak on
Ws in Community Rela-
at a meeting of the DBG
*, B'nai B'nth Girls, 7:30
Tuesday at the Miami Y.
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AJC to Hear Review On
Three Books on FDR
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will dis-
cuss three new best sellers on the
life of Franklin Delano Roose-
velt at the second meeting of the
Friday Review series, sponsored
by the Miami Beach Women's di-
vision of the American Jewish
Congress. The meeting will be
held at 2 p.m. next Friday at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Elliot Roosevelt's "As He Saw
It," Louis Adamic's "Dinner At
the White House," and Frances
Perkins' "The Roosevelt I Knew''
will be reviewed.
EXECUTIVES TO MEET
Executive committee of the
Florida Federation. B'nai B'rith
lodges, will meet at the San Juan
hotel in Orlando Saturday and
Sunday, according to Jack Kap-
ner, president, of West Palm
Beach.
Attending from Greater Miami
will be Milton A. Friedman.
George Bertman. Harold Turk.
Louis Heiman, Jack A. Abbott,
E. Albert Pallot and George J.
Talianoff.
CHORUS CONCERT
HONORS COMPOSER
The Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus is now preparing a spe-
cial concert to honor the late
Jacob Schaeffer, composer of re-
cent Jewish folk songs. Louis
Powesky, conductor, has pre-
pared a list of the most popular
of Schaeffer's works for presenta-
tion at the Dec. 8 concert at Beth
David synagogue. Reservations
may be made with Mrs. Irving
Birnberg, 1745 S. W. Sixth st.
In gratefulness for the success-
ful operation of her daughter,
Mrs. Lillian Silver has joined as
leading honorary member of the
chorus. New members are A.
Fraidlin of Hialeah, basso, and
Naomi Abel of Miami Beach, alto.
Present enrollment is 68. The
chorus is seeking a membership
ol 100.
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GREYHOUND SEASON
OPENS AT BISCAYNE
Official start of the greyhound
racing season will be marked to-
night at the Biscaync Kennel club,
according to Tom Hogan, direc-
tor of racing. Post time is 7:30
p.m.
From 300 to 400 of the nation's
top dogs will be seen at Bis-
cayne this season, which will last
through Dec. 31. Stars of last
winter and champions of summer
racing in the East will be on
hand.
The same "official family" in
past years will direct Biscayne
activities with Joe H. Adams,
general manager; Frank G. Burg-
hart, comptroller; W. R. (Bill)
Moore, presiding judge; Carl
(Cody) Coffman, associate judge,
and James Hodeck, racing secre-
tary.
Y FIVE PRACTICES
Miami Y will enter its varsity
basketball team in the YMCA
league. Abe Cutler, coach of the
team and former professional
basketball star, announced this
week.
Conditioning practices are hold
at the Y on Monday and Tuesday
evenings. Play in the league will
start Jan. 6 at the YMCA.
MRS. SELIG ELECTED
TO NCJW DIRECTORATE
Mrs. Monte Selig, .past presi-
dent of the Miami section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
was elected a six-year member
of the organi-
zation's nation-
al board of di-
rectors .it the
18th triennial
convention last
week in Dallas,
Texas. M i s
Selig is chair-
man of the SOS
MU overseas
l\ 'M vivors) drive in
Greater Miami
Attending the
convention as
representative oi the Miami see-
tion v., re Mrs. Nal I- Williams
and Mrs Stanley C. Myers. Mrs.
Joseph M. Welt was reelected
president (or a three-year term
Workmen's Circle Forms
English-Speaking Branch
Organization of an English-
speaking branch <>f the Greater
Miami Workmen's circle was an-
nounced this week.
Men and women between the
ages "f 20 and 55 years are eligi-
ble to join the organization
which sponsors sick benefits,
mutual assistance and general in-
surance.
Meetings will be held on the
lust and third Thursdays of each
month at the circle's lyceum, 25
Washington ave. Next meeting
will be held Nov. 21.
The Wurmen's circle has been
in existence for almost 50 years
nationally.
Temple To Be Host To
Cavalcade Speaker
Rabbi Ariel Goldburg, spiritual
leader of the Congregation Beth
Ahavah, Richmond, Va., will be
the #uest of Temple Israel at ser-
MRS. SELIG
Reunion for Campers
First reunion of the Miami V's
1946 summer camp will be held
Biter school next Friday at the
Y. Movies will he shown and
refresh:;uiits served,
TO SPEAK AT CHURCH
"Whatever Happened to Fox-
Hole Religion" will be Rabbi Col-
man A Zwitman'8 topic when he
-peaks at the Community church
of Miami Shores at 11 a.m. Sun-
day, the Rev. Donald Douds,
minister of the church, announc-
ed this week.
Rabbi Zwitman was an Army
chaplain and served in the Phil-
ippines prior to his recent return
to Temple Israel.
RABBI GOLDBURG
vices this evening as the visiting
preacher of the American Jewish
Cavalcade of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, ac-
cording to Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man.
Rabbi Goldburg will speak on
'Judaism: The Oldest Living Re-
ligious Faith." His visit is one
of the 80 such visitations to lead-
ing communities throughout the
United States made under the
auspices of the UAHC. the feder-
ation of 300 Reform Jewish con-
gregations of which Temple Is-
rael of this city is a member.
President Truman recently com-
mended the UAHC for sponsor-
ing the Cavalcade.
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Flo;idua Cui
'r of the JWV U
JWV's service offi,w J
at'ned at Dinner rf
v^rans in fiiing c^
solv.ng other prob|ZV
It is believed that?1.]
first time a Jewish J'J
has been accorded thi,,
Goldman said.
Goldman was principal M
at a joint meeting of th/5
and St. Petersburg 2*
fay. He presided VJ
terly oepartment meetm8ll
lando several weeks ago.
AGED HOMEPRfOf:
ATTRACTS MANY
Harold Shapiro, director J
Jewish Home for the i
ing fund drive, was m
ceremonies at a program i
ed by several hundred's,
night at the Home. Rabbi 1
Ler.rman was the
speaker and described thai
of the Home.
Entertainment was p
by Cantor Abraham Freda
Sonya Gerbert, Mrs. C^Bsl
zog and Jenny Kamem. Jfr.L
Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg. m
sented by their son-in-law
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry]
Bear, were hosts for the eta
Mr. Shapiro announced
many persons are raKribi
$100 or more to bccon-.e'iei^
bers of the organization wJrj]
now completing an addiiianj
southwest Mdior. insist.
Cards for solicitation i
butions to the building fusil
distributed at a board
tors meeting Monday n:gkll
campaign is for the purpat]
raising $75,000.
Newman Discharged]
Pfc. Edward Newman, Hill
lins ave.. returned to Miami!
day with his discharge (real
Army after 14 months'
His last post was at Enid. Okkl
Florida's only licensed Jfl
funeral director and enh
Newman will become
with the Riverside
chapel.
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PAGE NINE
"edding Plans~^gmghTMiami9s Social Sphere
* '' ft *
B Richter Announces
Uber Wedding Date
. chl,iev Richter, daughter
^ Sh"\is J. A. Richter,
Kr Bay rd., Miami Beach,
J N- ,.,- bride of Richard
|bCCm n Dec 8 Their wed-
fewas announced at a
ben iarty at the br.de-
t me' i
eerenvny will take place m
cbl.,t Richter hotel at 3 p.m.
l', will attend a reception
f he bride and bridegroom
to the ceremony and a din-
ljU be held at the hotel for
ben of the family.
[e bride will be attended by
Ltrons of honor, Mrs. Louis
tman the groom's sister, and
[ Dannv Richter, sister-in-law
L bride. Misses Marjone Ber-
[ and Arline White will be the
Lmaids The bridegroom's
CJs Robert and Henry, will
, as' best men and the ushers
| be Alvin and Danny Richter,
Jivett and Louis Snetman.
Ls Richter was born in Mi-
land was graduated from Mi-
I Beach High school. She at-
|ed Ohio State university
[re she w as a member of Al-
Ep=ilon Phi sorority. Mr.
Dner, a graduate of St. Pat-
I High school, attended the
Lfity i I Florida before en-
tag the Army air corps with
Eh he served 22 months in
lEuropea!: theater.
Ifter a honeymoon in Havana
Vcra Bei a, Cuba, the cou-
fwill return to Miami Beach
fere they will make their home.
Faunces to Live Here
After Honeymoon In R
Mr. and Mrs. Hym
nan
Capital Synagogue To
io Be Wedding Scene
Z en, ft
' KATZ-FRIEDMAN
A marriage ceremony perform-
ed by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
4360 Royal Palm dr., announce s, f M.ss Maxinc Nov. 3 united Miss Mildred Fried-
the marriage oi their daughter, Mlller Wl11 takc : man and William KaU. The bride
Dorothy Marie, to Capt. Sidnej n:u'-"uc ini is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
S. Faunce, United States Army. .'' Dl ?' b,rid* te Alex Friedman of the Bronx, N.
The ceremony was held Sun- ,'' ,a"d Mrs- Y and Mr. Katz is the son of Mr.
"n' and Mis. Joseph Katz of 119 S. W.
the -
9th ave., Miami, where the wed-
ding was held.
The couple will spend a two
week honeymoon in Havana and
will reside in Miami upon their
return.
ine ceremony was held Sun- ,..,.,, V ,., ,
day at the Dayton Biltmore hotel n r ,>"'' Washing*
in Dayton, Ohio, when thi ". :' lhe bridegroom is
was vacationing with n.. '' *I '< .f =" *:
her family Miller, 4340 Nautilus dr., Miami
Immediate families of both the uS^etuS8.J hotelt.wai '",'
Mrs. Faunce has been a resi-' ., J?' ';- ^duated from
dent^f Miami Beach since 1939 th^tte^the^ GANZ-SEIDEN
Akron Ohio from phibi in the Navy. He! Miss June Doris Seiden and
<->-* it. ,,' .i x. saw action in thi Pacific for over Jerome S. Ganz were united in
wP /T 'T ,,vl',:"-\"" marriage at the home of Rabbi
orablydttcharged from the Army T bride.elec1 ,, resident Irving Lehrman Nov. 2. A din-
after serving with the Armj ol : W ,;_. in D. C., where she ner at the San Juan restaurant
Occupation in Korea. II. resided
in Boston. Mass., prior lo the war.
After an indefinitely timed
honeymoon in Havana and Rio
de Janiero the newlyweds will
make their home in Miami Beach
at the residence of the bride'i
parents.
followed the ceremony.
The bride, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell A. Seiden,
ter., Miami Beach, was
tte'ndi ol.
Guest Miai B
will attend I dding are Mr.
and Mrs. Harry A. Miller, Mr. and|1311 15th
Mrs Louis Miller, Mrs. Sol Les-1 attended by Miss Shirley Kane.
lie, Mrs. A E. Woolfe, 1 oom's Her brother, Stanford Seiden,
brother, Roslyn and served as best man for Mr. Ganz,
Dame!, and his older brother, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
--------------------- "~ already in Wash- Ganz of Broolyn, N. Y.
Beach AJC Women Plan ington. Mrs. Ganz is a graduate of Mi-
The couple plan to motor to ami Beach High school and her
New V rk and then back South, husband attended schools in New
Thi v will make their home in York. The couple will make their
Miss Wexler Betrothed
To Army Doctor
December has been chosen by
Miss Shirley Wexler for her mar-
riage to Lt. (jg) Jack Snyder,
USNR, now stationed at the Pratt
General hospital in Coral Gables.
Miss Wexler is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Wexler of
Jacksonville and niece of the
Edward Wexlers of Miami.
Lt. Snyder is a graduate of the
Emory university Medical School
in Atlanta where he studied to
be a doctor.
The couple will be married in
Jacksonville, the home of both
their parents.
Y Has Dance Classes
Rumba, samba, fox trot and
waltz are now being taught at
the YM & WHA of Miami Beach.
Miss Marion McKay, popular in-
structor, is returning for her sec-
ond year to teach beginners and
improve the experienced.
I WANT MY MILK
Kopelman Engaged
lr. and Mrs. Barnett E. Kopel-
jofNew V..rk are announcing
Lngagtment of their daugh-
iRosc II n, to Capt. Goodwin
Breir.in. son of Dr. and Mrs.
fcnreinin, 1568 Pennsylvania
Lilian Beach, and Mahopac,
Y.
he prospective bridegroom, a
duate of the University of
Irida and Emory university
Bool of mi dicine, recently re-
lied to the United States from
i Philippines where he served
pi the Army medical corps. He
low stationed at Fort Dix, N.J.
lliss Kopelman is a sophomore
Weik-.-h y college,
Child Aid. Dance
Miami Beach America.' JV
Congress Women are planning a Miami Beach alter a trip to Cuba,
happy Chanuka for children of
Europe as well as their own mem-
bers.
For the refugee children, AJC
Women are sending packages of
food, sewing and toilet article;, ,
,,,' scw,"k a Jewish Center will open sessions
clothes and games. rackago .
TV e t h h scho ] f01. jewlsh stu-
must be sent by Nov. 20 to Worn- .
, t...;i dies for young men and women
ens Division, American Jewish ^ ,, f j d
Congress, 243 W. 5o s .. New York > .
city. Checks may also be sei I
Three to five dollars will covei
the cost of a parcel.
CENTER TO BEGIN
JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL
On Sunday the Miami Beach
home in Miami Beach after a tour
of the state.
pie who have been confirmed by
a recognized congregation or who
s the equivalent education.
The course, under the supervi-
sion of Rabbi Irving Lehrman
and Samuel Sloan, executive di-
I rector of the Center, will consist
aided by Sunday school children. of detailed studv of
YAHRZEIT DATES
AT A GLANCE! ,
This Calendar is Free
I to Our Readers! v^
Yahrzeit dates, Bar Mitzvah
dates, holidays, Ro3h Chodesh
you can find them all quickly and
easily in this 24-year Hebrew-
English Calendar.
Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs.
J. A. Berman are local chairmen
of the rehabilitation of European
children project which is being
i a detailed study of Jewish
After seeing to it that Chanuka Palcstj dorn Jewish prob.
will be a '
ers, the
time out Sunday, Dec. 22, foi
* ,"" ,. Palestine, modern jewisn pioo-
little brighter for oth- { ynd 1|leiary study of the
AJC Women will laKeln.., ,rirlitil.n f Hisenssion
Bible, in addition to discussion
groups on current events.
Classes will be held every Sun-
day from lu a.m. to noon at the
st Conservative
per Book Ready
ir.e first authorized prayer
pk for use in Conservative
Fish synagogues on the Sab-
Fh and [< tfvals was published
V month, the Joint Prayer
lk commission of the Rabbini-
Asscnibly and the United
fagogue of America has an-
^inced.
I new English translation ap-
J^s page by page beside the
Fw text, together with sev-
T explanatory notes on the
wticanci. of the holidays.
fan Included in the book is a
jnund.ed Page supplement of
PWnsive readings and selected
sages from ancient, medieval
modern Jewish sources on
Fg'ous and patriotic themes.
"^readings are designed for
ln serenes on Jewish festi-
Ma secul.u holidays. Special
wiai services and a section
Rmns ,n Hebrew and English
' are included.
their annual dinner dance at tin-
Latin Quarter. Lew Waltei
now in Europe securing a French Center
cast for his show which will I e '___________________
on hand at the dance. Mrs. John -.-y STUDENTS
Soifer and Mrs. Morns RabinowitZ, 5.7UU LAI f^^Uli>
chairmen of the Chanuka dinnei ATTEND UNIVERSITY
dance, are taking reservation^ j N< ^ m gtudentg registered
Also planned by the /8amz 5eme ter Mon-
tion is a Thanksgiving tea to bi Richmond campus of
held Monday Nov. 2d^ at the At- > Universit f Miami( gIvinB
lantis Roof Garden. Mrs. Sy ,v n,,)rd overall
L. Weintraub will be chairman ol 5 700
the program.
ne enrollment of 5.70U.
It was announced by Dr. E. V.
Hjort, dean of the Richmond
campus, thai a second freshman
ServjC( ei ster will be started about
The 24-year Hebrew-EnglUh Cal-
endar... all Hebrew datei, 192S to
1949. Ml Jeirhh holiday' to 1964.
For your free copy, just address
a postcard or a letter to:
H. J. HEINZ CO. Dept. J2
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MSL Installs Officers
mistress of ceremonies and Mrs
for the regular
October or Nov. mber terms.
In addition to the daytime cn-
rollment, 1,500 students are en-
.. |i, | m the adult division for
night. Rose Marion Golden en- denl
tertained with pantomime sing-
Ellen White-side, executive din
tor of the Dade County Council
of Social Agencies, guest speaker.
Mrs. Richard Golden,
W. 23rd St., was
league at a
ing and Saralee Wilson, sop. an-
gave several vocal selections.___
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FRIDAY
Swan to Direct State
In 1947 Cancer Drive
TAMPA (Special) Florida'?
1947 drive for funds to carry on
the fight on cancer in the state
will be led by Lawton Swan, Jr..
St. Petersburg insurance execu-
tive.
His selection as Florida cam-
paign chairman by the American
Many Seek Relatives;
Are You Listed Here?
Do you know any i f these peo-
ple? Survivors of the most inhu-
mane Nazi tortun -. thi y are
searching for relatives and
friends in America.
If you know any of the peo-
ple they are seeking, contact the
Legion Commander To
Address Jewish Vets
Dance, Yiddish Night
On Sholem Calendar
NVEMBER
Cancer society was made public Service to th< Foreign B rn de-
here by Mrs. Malcolm Smith, sec- partment of the Nati nal Council
retary of the state executive com-
mittee and commander of the
Florida Field Army.
On the success of next year's
of Jewish Worm n in the 01
building.
Three or four persons have
been located through publication
campaign hinges maintenance of f .lm,|;ir ]..,. r e Jewish
eight new strategic cancer control pioridian, ac< i ling to Mrs. Max
projects which were made possi- Finkelstein. f the Serv-
ble by the success of the 1946 ,,.,, ,,, .,. Foreign B i I
drive that went more than $25,- M,ami section, NV.IW
000 bevond its $132,000 goal. Thcv ., ,. .,, ,,
_,,,-, ... David Ooidita ul Homania IS
are the first projects initiated m
Florida and still others are in the
S Pi Ivi i: Rita and
planning stage,
FLORIDIAN SCOOPS
DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson, scooper par
excellence, got scooped him-
self last weekby The Jewish
Floridian. Pearson "revealed"
in his Sunday broadcast that
the wife and child of a mem-
ber of Ihe infamous Colum-
bians, race hate organization
in Atlanta, Ga., had received
free medical care at a B'nai
B'rith clinic.
The Jewish Floridian beat
Pearson by two days. The story
was carried in last Friday's edi-
tion in George J. Talianoff's
"Face Facts" column.
\\ i n Jakubov any,
Mr, F; ii dlan li i oi Mr. Hi rsch-
krn: Gi rta Bi f Gern any,
Dj J Cai !' ma ol
Italy, Si ia S Ion onoff or Sol -
moii Ft Lola
Mi nzelli; M Gcrta Borowsky
of Gen '. Max Lubaschev
Hi : an Mi hi r i I Romania is
Jack Meer; A
Si line, S
and Hirsch H C Sura
Chi f Ru Mat Shal
sis: Izrai I Si :. lubski of Gi I
many, 1I> man Lev ne; Al
Widliansky ol Austria,
nan: H> nryk Lasotsky of
(m i many, !'.:.; Gi upstem; Di ba
and Hyv, k P n Iska, M. T< le-
: M skovic, M iris
Moskovitz.
Col. Paul II. Griffith, new National
I (imm.incli r of the American Legion,
will he tli. guest speaker al the SlM
annual eonvention'of the Jewish War
Veterans to he held in Atlantic City,
Nov. 27 to Dec. 1.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
DUX Install Members
V :: mi mbers of the Dux club
were installed recently at a
smoker held at the home of San-
: Samuels, 1820 S.W. 23 st.
New members are Alan Weiss,
Henry Weiss, Irving Lorido, Alan
Greenfield. Boys between the
ages of l'i and -1' years who are
interested in joining the club may
attend meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day al the Miami Y.
Two major social events were
announced this week by Miami
B'naJ B'nth.
A "$20,000" floorshow will enter-
tain members at a dinner dance
to be held at the Copacabana Dec.
4, the night before the club's of-
ficial opening. In January, the
lodge will present its Yiddish
Night.
A percentage of the proceeds
from the dance will be used to
equip local veterans hospitals.
Burnett Roth and Mrs. Jean
Silverman are cochairman of the
ffair which will be sponsored by
SI 1cm lodge and B'nai B'rith
Women of Miami.
Their assistants are Mrs. Har-
ry Gordon, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose,
Sam Silver, Max R. Silver, Je-
e Weinkle, Lou Seitlin, John
Krenenfeld.
Two handled fifty couples can
be accommodated. Tickets are
$12.50 per person and may be ob-
tained at the B'nai B'rith office or
from members of the committee.
Ben Essen is in charge of the
Yiddish Night program which
will be presented twice locally.
Later it will take to the road to
aid Florida lodges in their fund-
raising efforts.
The unveiluigT! "I
^V'rangem^ja
of Sidney h p,wareu>chii|
anddrc,il,,vesarereqPu^|
A inor.uir.pni _
Sunday in Mt N(h3?*l
officiate. Sidney H P- nl
Miami MonuJnt c^
^relative, are r^j
Tlu. il.ng of a mon I
to the memory of the lat u3
WohJ will take place atffl
Sunday :, Mt. Nebo cSj
Rabbi Irving Uhrman S2I
ciate. Friends and relativesZ\
asked to attend. Gordon fcwl
ment company is in charge i\
arrangements.
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Following the Friday night Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Krause,
sen tion Beth El, Ja k n Heights, 1.1.. N.Y.. an-
the Sunday h ol i gavi noui I th of a daughter,
a play Att ney J. H Lessei Janellin, at Beth David hospital
ke n Armistice Day Mr. L. y' ^rk city. Mrs. Krause is
, Eugenia Argintar.
" r during |aughter M, and Mr|, Cv
: Argintar ol Palm Beach.
Obltaaries
REESE
H.e: Reese, 62, of 1416 Pennayl-
ave., Mia ml Beai h, die .1 Sun-
I Ii i ame from 'olllndala Pa .
i b) hla n. Mi -
!:- Th.' body wan aent i>.
I'hlludi-11-. .i b) Rlvi ile M< mortal
cnapi I.
MEM
CHAPE
El Sisti Mrs. Mon;.. Moss
oi tickets.
"S| ''. pajamas, An A I Day dance was
f the I igo M I at the Pennsylvai
b< ng turned hotel Monday bythe Tempi. Bel
it at the rati I
., wi v. est 1 Bi
' th st. Li m-
ard A. Creizi [ Ni u V rk
man f : tion whi
tafI 75 -.'. rki
The factory has been open for
less than six i
LFA
B'nai B'rith Stars
plans for a Chanuka play at their
monthly meeting Thursday night.
Fay Cantor pn sidt d.
Palm Beach county chaptei ol
Hadassah held ;i lur. meet
ing for the study group Wednes-
day afternoon at Scher Mem
hall.
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PROCTOR
Harry Pro. lor, 52 .li,-.| Sal irdas
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th his brother, Cliarli Prw
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eth llaei of ?22 WnshlnRton ave.,
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N.iili:,t, Prls. h, 74. who died unex-
ha allshted
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Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
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Store With Quality
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And for your convenience
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^Jtntet Meridian
ORGANIZATIONS TO L
MATED CULTURE PROGRAM
PAGE ELEVEN
INinHanT,0S.nT! ,''|,,:,:-- '>"T
i.
marriage and divorce Monday evening at the
j"by 14 town organizations.
inch a new Jewish education and culture pro-
by 14 town organizations. The program will
lectures on Jewish subjects, a series of films
TLveninq classes
|Sree events are listed for the first week of the
III R
WIT/, ..

MKVKIKONJ
No. I!
' of SOPHIE RABINO-
-' 'lllli: MKY-
OPHIE
.l-i" CREDITORS
rid All Per

A. ninai
Jewish scenes, morning courses for Jewish
in Yiddish, Hebrew and Jewish
(Murray
]series
Grauer
will
with a talk on
B^d Historical Atii-
Marriage and
Monday ai
,ard
I at 8 p.m
day ,he School for
omen will hold it.
on at the Peninsular
223 E. Flagler st., at
with a discussion on
0f Jewish History."
|re a Future for the
(Europe?" will be the
1 the program at Bern
LmM Thursday eve-
films. "Battle for
and "A Report to
America. 1945." will be
ilent lectures at the Mi-
|h Monday i vening will
Eyewitness Report on
[L jjigs Elsa Temple,
Jewish Music," Rev.
lamchw. Dec. 2; "Bib-
ns of Mi d< rn Criminal
burice Grossman, Dec.
jtsen is chairman of the
[the Y. 4
ies of films ;ind discus-
twish problems at Beth
May evenings will take
erne "PalestineProb-
| Promise" on Dec. 12;
;in America," Dec. 26;
Land of the Free,"
tairman of this division
(gram is 1. S. Shapoff.
for Jewish Women,
I be conducted by A. P.
tcutive director of the
f Jewish Education, and
ikers Tuesday mornings,
Bo "Post Biblical Spirit-
Cultural Development"
'The Dawn: Period
jhtenmen t," Dec. 3;
i Modern Jewish Life,"
juid "Organized Jewish
nerica," Dec, 17.
in beginners' Yiddish,
I by M. Gleiberman, will
each Monday evening
jDec. 16. Following the
llass each week will be
a session on Jewish history
classes will be held at thi Mi
ami Y.
An intermediate Hebn w |
taught by Nathan Breen, is now-
holding classes each Wedrn
evening at Both David.
Sponsoring this series are the
American Jewish Congri
en's division of Miami; Bi th D id
Congregation, Sisterhood and
Parent-Teacher association; B'nai
B'rith Women of Miami; B
of Jewish Education; Miami Ha-
dassah; Miami Jewish Ortl
Congregation and Si od; Mi-
ami Service league; National
Council of Jewish Women: Pio-
neer Women of Miami; Temple
Israel; YM & YWHA of Miami

-i the
tS, ill ,
'in. it, .
To
llavl
I to pre
have
' '" Sophie Rabli

'own m s .... M(
dc County,
V I
;... .,
n
i
. wlthli
Spill | .,,,, | .
legal ad
' and lo be sw.....
u as Rfi I
lie Iin I
': I-
11 !?. A.I i
, GEORGE f'HRRTK<
f the Last Will nnil
real imi I .-
H VI.
i in .- v
deci i
': '"-!> I. OJIRM Ki IP,
12 S
ill Hi.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 7S HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ess under tlio fictitious name of
BUN RAY SPORTSWEAR MANU-
FACTURING COMPANY, at 216S N.
W, Seventh Avenue, Miami, l-'la.. In-
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
IRVING BIRNBERQ
HARRY MILDNER,
Parl ners.
LESTER LASKY,
At1...... v for Applicants.
Mi, i 'ongress Bldg.

nn
ii
will
thi
KOFOED TO SPEAK
Jack Kofoed, Miami Hi
columnist, will speak on the Bi
kini atom bomb test at tl Sho-
lem lodge, B'nai B'rith lun
12:15 p.m. today in the 1) wn-
town club restaurant. Si
bldg.
Dining Room to Re-Open
Re-opening of the Revlin liotr
dining room, 132 Collins ave., is
set for 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, De
luxe dinners will I I and
dietary laws will be ob
cording to A. Muravci.uk. owner
and manager of the hotel fi r tin-
past seven years.
Mr. Muravchick has ah
owner of the Kenmore Lake ho-
tel, Livingston Mann:, N.J., [or
the past 25 years.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S t'l H'RT
IN ANIi 1-1: DA1E I'OUXTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
N'o.
In I' Estate ol SOPHIE P. VBIXO
\\ I l v.. also known SOPHIE \i EY-
SOPHIE
Ml.'. RISl >X, .
Si IT1CR DP I'l i
TUB STATE OP FLORID \
' II Pi Inti M In the
r Said I
Neil
ttei nstrumei
t will I
ill cedenl h I I I
I
'
' notice I
(I Court
vhy the
Itlna
I i
(Cotinl in Senll
W. p BLANTi IN
intv
I" JENNIE 1. BLANTON
I
GEORGE CHERTKOP,
'
2 ,;
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ili- undersigned, desiring to engage In
busbies* under the fictitious name of
|-Hi.I.INS PISH MARKET, at 601
i'..Iliii- Avenue Miami Beach, Pla..
Intend lo reglsti r said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida,
AI. ItENNERT
HARRY EDELMAN
SOLOMON BRAUN8TEIN
Partners,
IIERM VN M. BERK,
Attoim y for Applicants.
'I 15-22. 12 '. 13
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BTAHL-FREEMAN GROCERY at
4796 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami, Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JULIUS L. FREEMAN.
CHARLES K. STA1IL.
Partners.
HARRY DIETZ.
Atnrney for Applicants
Congress p.ldg.
10/18-28 11/1-8-13
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersl ed, desli Ii i to ngnge in
i. r Hi- fictitious name of
BELL PAINTING AND DECORAT-
ING CO., ,i 2013 Bon di i.i on Blvd.,
| "oral Gable Fla., Intend to re
i :oii- with the Clerk of the Clr-
uii Coui t of 1 lade County, Florida.
IRVING GERSTENFELD
11 VRNF.TT I'.l.i 'i lM
,li iSEPH SARDELLA
SAM SILVER
Vtl r Bell Pall 'ins
mil 1..... Ing i'-.
IS 1-29 12 6
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ing t- engage I"
undi r th- fictitious name of
FLORIDA GRINDING COMPANY, at
lh Ave., Miami, Fla.,
i |er said name itli the
I |i nil Court <>f Dade
: Florida.
.1 VCK PR VNK
ISAAC FR VNK
ALL VN' CHAYKIX
U.P.ERT OPPEXHE1M
VOX ZAMPT Vi'N ZAMPT,
-. for Vi lleants
\v Flagli st.
" 9 12'II
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, ili-slring to engage In
business miller the fictitious name of
Snl'TIIKRX HARDWARE & PAINT
SUPPLY, at 733 X. Miami Avenue.
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Curt of Dade County, Florida.
SAM GREENSPAN
MILTON SACHS
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ.
918 Beybold Bldg.
Attormy for Applicants.
10/25 11/1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PLAYDIUM ROWLING LANES, at
3737 S. W. Sth Street. Coral Gables,
Florida. Intends to r-gister said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Of Dade Countv, Florida.
KST1LL E. SPARKS.
MYERS. HEIMAX & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
11/2.% 11/1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II
i the underslgm 't. deslrlnn :
. business indi the flctit
OCEAN BLUE Hi iTEL, ai 324
Miami Beach, Florida,
. I tl
. i lade County,
' JOSEPH W. GE1 l-'MAX
BESSIE GELPMAX
SAMPEL RPBIX.
Vi rni r A| rl ml
22 ' i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl I
the undorslnii. d, di
business under the I
WINDSOR BEER DISTRIBUTORS, at
2019 N. Miami Ave..
tends to register said nami with thi
Clerk of the Cln ull : Dade
County Florida. ......
ROBERT KN'Ul.l..
0
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Appll
11/15-22-29 1-' 8-13
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihi under* -" "J
the fiet
LITTLE RIVER LIQUOR STORE,
gi .,.,! Avenui Miami.
Fia"! Intends to
with the Clerk of ihi C ill Court ol
I. -i- Ci unty. Florida
SAMUEL SILVERBLATT,
Owner,
s\M SILVER, ..
' leant.
: 12 6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. ,i ,i. sli ii to ngage la
. is under ill- fictitious name of
MRCRAFT INN. nl 1127 X. W. 86th
Ml n i. Fla.. Intends t" register
:' ti Clerk of the cir-
i | 11., i. Countv. Florida.
N VBER, INC.
ISAAC .TOPPE,
\". r Vppllcant.
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
ii,,. desiring tn encace In
|i the fictitious name of
OVI.FSTREAM APPAREL, at 37 N.
Miami. Fla.. Intend
to reglsti with the Clerk
r th i onrt of Dade County,
HAROLD B MEYERS
M. ROEMER
BPRXETT Ri 'TH.
Applicants.

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Florida
No. 16023
RE:ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH DEZARA.
A/K/A BESSIE DEZARA
i >eceased
Nii'l'lili: OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
CHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
fil-d my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Ancillary Admin-
istrator of the estate of ELIZABETH
DEZARA, A/K/A BESSIE DEZARA.
deceased; and that on the 18th day
of November, 1946, will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Blanton. County
Judge of Dad- County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Ancillary Adminis-
trator of the Estate of ELIZABETH
HKZARA. A/K/A BESSIE DEZARA.
deceased,
This 10th day of October, 1946.
MAX R. SILVER.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator.
10/18-25 11/1-8
)NARD A. LEVINE, Pres.
IRVING BLASBERG, Treas.
WITH DIGNITY
AND RESPECT
our competent
staff
is ready to relieve you
of all the details in your
hour of bereavement.
Ambulance Service
5-5844
Ihmoitet Cfafx*
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the innl- rslgne I, desiring to encace In
the fictitious name of
mi RN WINDOW CLEAN.
in,; CMMPAXY. at 311 X. W. 2nd
Pla., intends to reg-
. ime with the clerk of the
|,,,|- Countv. Florida.
II VRRY KAHN
Bole owner.
ll '1.1-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" encace In
hnslnes" under Hie fictitious name of
RAY SHORE HOTEL, at 651 N. B
. ., Miami. Florid i. Intends to
. | n ime with the Clerk of
, lit Court of Dade County,
Pl.....,B' HARRY FRIEDMAN
11 il-g.15-22-29
the
Flor
V'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned have sold their busl-
"known as ROSEBUD OKCl,U"
., Finder Street, Miami.
|d to PAVID SKGAT, and will
not he responsible for anv debta of
mid business beginning October -3.
JACOB BAMET
ROSE II. SAMET
MYERS, HEIMAN .< KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Sellers.
I5-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
[,'.i.,-.s under the flctItloM name of
at 1250
Florida.
Ocean
intend
t
CARLYLE HOTEt
",::;;!!;. ,i, ,hc cerk
,,r ihe Circuit curt of Dade I ounty.
Florida. QKORnH noLDRFRG
SVI.VI \ C.ill.DRERG
MYERS HEIMAN S I\A1 LAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
10/25 11/1-8-15-22______________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
theunderslgned. desiring to encace In
.'."i'mc'-s under the fictitious name
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County. Florida
No. 17098
Re: Estate of SAMUEL B. GES-
ner. deceased.
NiiTH'i: nl" INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR. FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I have filed my final report and pe-
tition for Final Discharge as Ad-
ministratrix of the estate of Samuel
B. Gesner, deceased: and that on
the 25th day of November. 1946. will
apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County, Florida,
for approval of said final report and
for final discharge as Administratrix
of the estate of Samuel B. Gesner,
deceased.
This 21th day of October. 1946.
FLORENCE GESNER.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Administratrix.
10/25 11/1-8-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IX PROBATE.
No. 1S.146.
In Re: Estate of ANNIE PEPrER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims Against Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of ANNIE PEPPER, deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Ron. W. F. Rlanton, County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same In
his office In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the dato of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid.
nr same will he barred. See Section
129 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date, October 2S. A.D. 1946.
ABRAHAM PEPPER.
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of ANNIE
PEPPER, Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Executor.
11/1-8-15-22
of
18*0 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
l v. VltSON
NVv^M>EG\nDENS. at 31th Avenue
and Cora Way, Miami. Florida ln-
, ,is to register said name.with the
{Jgg ,> 'tn- Circuit Oonrt of Dade
Countv. B1orW2lljTjT SCHATZ.
Sola Owner.
"^Srne^^APPllcant.
Congress Bldsr.
10/25 n 1-8-15-22
lloVls' -AUGUST
"BBSS ?orLfflc.nt..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 1S347.
In Re: Estate of I.EONA THERESA
SKINNER, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims Against Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
cither of vou, may have against the
estate of I.EONA THERESA SKIN-
NER, deceased, late of Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton.
County Judge of Dade County, ana
file the same In his office In the
Countv 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 ^PW
as aforesaid or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
ADate October 2S. A.D. 1946.
JOSEPH C SKINNER
CHARLES L. POLAND
As Co-Administrators; of the
Estate of LEONA THERESA
SKINNER, deceased.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrators.
11/1-1-16-M
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JWB TO CLOSE
Mill OFFICE
Schuster Gets
Jacksonville Post
Samuel Schuster. Florida direc-
tor of USO-JWB activities for the
past four months, has resigned
from that post to become director
of extension ac-
tivities for the
Jacks onville
Jewish Com-
munity council,
he revealed this
week.
Schuster's de-
parture at the
end of this
month will co-
incide with the
closing of the
local Jewish
Welfare board
office which
for the past SCHUSTER
four and one-half years has been
the focal point for service to
members of the armed forces and
veterans in this ana.
Functions of the JWB office
will be turned over to various
organizations in South Florida,
Schuster said. The Miami Ser-
vice league will have charge <>f
service to Pratt General hospital
in Coral Gables and a Miami
Beach group will be in charge of
servicing Boca Raton air base
and the Nautilus Veterans hos-
pital.
Morrison field will he serviced
by West Palm Beach Jewry and
Boca Chica and the Key West na-
val air station and base, by Key
West Jewry.
A $400,000 Center is now being
built by Jacksonville Jewry and
upon its completion, Schuster will
become executive director.
Before becoming affiliated with
the JWB. Schuster worked for
eight years at the Christodora
House, New York group work
agency. He was in charge of the
Tampa and Mississippi areas for
L'SO pn..r to coming to Miami
FNt>AY N
TO DISCUSS MARRIAGE
"Mi dern Marriage" will be the
topic of Hub: i M,,x Kaufman's
sermon at Friday evening serv-
ices 8 p.m. tonight in tin- Jewish
Co:i in Center of Holly wood.
Pan American Theme
Chosen for Bowl Events
Orange bowl festival time in
Miami this year w.ll begin Dec.
24 and continue for 11 days Ml B
.-rale surpassing anything m
Orange bowl history, Festival
Chairman W. Bruce Mclntosh has
announced.
Built around the theme "1 ""
America" as a salute to the na-
tions to the south, the festival has
been designed to provide royal
.nt, rtainment for the th< usands
of visitors unable to obtain tickets
to ll e New Year's day game.
The activity will be laui ched
on the night before Cl nstmas
Wit tl i "Lighting of the Palms"
in Bayfronl park in downtown
Miami.
Coronation I the Orang< Bowl
Queen will take place on Dec. 27
in City Auditorium in Bayfront
park, and will be repeated on
the fol !ht.
Regattas will be staged at Din-
ni r key in South Miami on Deo.
28 md 29, and on the same dates
Crange bowl water shows will
be In Id at the Mian i Biltmore
pool in Coral li.*1
Now Yi i ;'.- e\ e is s< t aside for
the huge "King Orange Jambo-
ree,' a two-l our parade through
downtown Maim, with 45 floats
ai d I undreds of girl- in Latin
American costume carrying out
i "G 1 Neighbor" themi 26
land- : ing n artial music.
Ni w V. '.- day will be the
customary "Day of Sports," with
racing at Tropical park set back
to 10 a.m. to leave the afternoon
completely free for I e clash of
two of t i nation's gridiron titans.
Most important ol this year's
additions to the festival is the
ta Under th( Stars" on Lin-
coln road, Miami Beach., the night
of Jar,. 2. This will be a revised
edition of the King Orange pa-
rade, with different costumes and I
some i: ai g< s in the fl<
Fin works from the ocean off
Miami Beach will write a blaz-
ing end to the festival on the
night of Jan. 3. Five huge barges
anchored off Lummus park will
fire a 48-minute barrage of pyro-
technics in a suitable dazzling
climax to the greatest Orange
bowl festival ever staged.
DR. GOLDMAN OBJECTS
TO SILVER'S ATTACK
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Re-
plying to the recent statement of
I),. Abba Hillel Silver, president
f the Zionist Organization of
America, that an overwhelming
Majority Of the 49th annual con-
vention f the ZOA had refused
to invite Dr. Goldmann as a
speaker, the latter has made the
following statement to the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency:
"All the attempts of Dr. Sil-
ver to make the overwhelming
majority' of the Atlantic City
convi ntion responsible for thc re-
fusal to invite me to state my case
and to reply to the attacks on me
,,, meaningless. If Dr. Silver
would hav,- wanted me to come
and state my case, the convention
would with the same overwhelm-
ing majority have invited me. As
a matter of fact, when the mo-
tion to invite me was made on the
floor of the convention, Dr. Sil-
ver had to make a personal ap-
peal to thc convention to table
this motion.
"It was perfectly in order to
invite Mr. Lipsky to report, but
Mr. Lip.-ky was never attacked
by Dr. Silver and his colleagues
and therefore it would have been
a matter of decency to allow me
to present my case and to reply
to the many distortions of fact
which have been spread during
last few months about my
i egotiations in Washington and
the so-called "violation of agree-
ments reached with the Emergen-
cy Council' which Dr. Silver re-
pt ats.
"All the explanations and at-
tacks of Dr. Silver will not do
away with the simple fact that he
preferred to attack me in my ab-
si ice and was not ready to dis-
cuss the issue with me before the
c< nvention of the ZOA or the
Emergency Council. This fact
-peaks for itself."
0VWJ8,

ORTHODOX:
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Cantor Louis D. Feder. BETH
TFILAH SYNAGOGUE, 935
Euclid ave., Miami Bead:,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv.
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 BEmJ
i:*5 N. W. Third!?!
A?bb! Ma* a*J
Abraham Friedman.
MACH JEWlSHr-
1415 Euclid ave., MiJ
Rabbi Irv'ng LehnaT
Sloan, executive din
LIBERAL:
TEMPLE BETH SHOW
Chase ave., Miami Bern
Le0B Kronish, CanJ
Kelcmer.
WGBS TO TELEVISE
FOOTBALL GAME
One of the outstanding fea-
tures of the Miami Golden Jubi-
lee Exposition, to be held here
from Nov. 25 through Dec. 1, will
bo the South' first television
broadcast, according to S. P. Ket-
tler, manager of radio station
WGBS.
Play-by-play action of the foot-
ball game between the Uni-
versity of Miami Hurricanes and
an opponent yet to be selected
will be photographed from the
Orange Bowl stadium i
by Image-Orthicon cuL
tier stated, and S;-^J1
>usly on the screend
hibit of the DuMont'
1 I 'atones in \
Park municipal auditu
Describes ConienSi
Jack Burris, presid
Miami Beach Zionist (
cu ed the Zionist
of America national c
the Wednesday lur.chi3
of the district. Weekly kg
Id at the National k
tl ii i mfmmS&to \
SjCtJST BROS R>7
' Is thc Bt.M '
Support the Red Feather agen-
cies. Give to your Community
Chest.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
80S Lincoln Rd Ph.: B-56
HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC.
122 N. E. 6th St. Ph. 3-5174
Wedding Invitations
and
Announcements
For the Most Particular Bride
Distinctive Monogrammed
Stationery
Informals Visiting Cariij
Birth Announcements
FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL W0RI
Per Annum
George Wolpert Opens
New Furniture Store
Opening of the Wolpert Furni-
ture co. at ultra-modern quarters,
1200 Coral Way. is announced by
George Wolpert. pioneer Miami
furniture dialer.
A Miamian since 1924, Wolpert
started in thc furniture business
15 years ago and for the past
eight years was located at West
Flagler st.
Formal opening of the new
store was held last Thursday.
WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
132 N. E. llth ST. PHONE 3-4741
----------Hotel, Restaurant-----------
And Institutional Equipment
Llf. Authorlt niuranc* Eetatee atlvaly Programmed
NAT GANS Metropolitan LIT* In.. Co.
07 Ph. Blacayna Bldo. t-1414 or 4-9M1
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Hava your roof repaired now; you
will aave on a new roof later
"Satiefactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 8. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-5880
Complete Line
Glassware Chinaware Silrerwar*
Steam TablesCoffee Urn*Range*
FryersBake OvensHot Plates
FurnitureFloor Coverings
Misc. Equipment
COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS
top son.
4-0335
GRADE A PULVERIZED
and PROCESSED MUCK
and MARL. Any Mixture
No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1113 S. W. 21*1 Terrace
ECONOMY
EXTERMINATORS
WE SPECIALIZE IN
TERMITE
^v CONTROL
_5-Yeor Guarantee Free Inspection.
CURRENT
DIVIDEND
On Insured Savings Accounts
EACH account is insured safe to S5.000 by the |
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total fj |
$15,000 and be fully insured.
CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal *
vestments for Trust Funds as well as Funds W
by Guardians, Administrators and Executors.
FUNDS invested on or before the M*^?
month earn as of the 1st of the current mown.
GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER
5-3444
41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach
TRULY NOLEN, Presldeax
i/ ninek East of AlW
1111 Lincoln Road *BJoc*
CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ^
neeourc Or $10,000,000-00
C. L. CLEMENTS. PrM*>