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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
20 NUMBER 42
MIAMI, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 17, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
. S. Supports Partition of Palestine;
loviet Approves Plan With Revision

USS1AN STAND RECEIVES WELCOME
lY AMERICAN AND JEWISH LEADERS
LAKF! SUCCESS (JTA) The Soviet Government today
Ldorsed the partitioning of Palestine into Jewish and Arab
ates and thus virtually guaranteed that the UNSCOP partition
(an will get the necessary two-thirds majority in the General
^The Soviet statement, delivered before the Ad Hoc Com-
ittee on Palestine by S. K. Tsarapkin, was welcomed by the
lerican and other delegations and by Jewish leaders. Her-
,1 Johnson, acting for the U.<^
issued a statement Haganah Watches
Palestine Border
JERUSALEF, (JTA) Crack
units of the Haganah, manned by
veterans of desert warfare and
of the European campaigns of
World War II, have been deploy-
ed along the Palestine-Syrian
border, an Agency spokesman
disclosed this week.
He said that watchtowers and
pillboxes equipped with power-
ful searchlights have the border
under constant surveillance,
while scouts reconnoiter the ter-
ritory adjacent to the frontiers.
The spokesman added that thus
far the Haganah had found no
evidence that Syrian troops were
preparing to attack Jewish set-

ii
busing e Soviet position and
bessing that on basic principles
was -very similar" to the
Irnei ii an tai d.
Pointing "it that "if the Cen-
tral Assem ly will at this session
lend.' on the question of the
Jeation <>f an Arab and a Jewish
(talc it will be a great step for-
ward in the -ulution of the Pales-
tine question," the Soviet dele-
Lti ei zed that while sup-
port in principle the UNSCOP
majority i'< commendations, the
USSK believes that there are a
nuii.i.. of quints which require
revaluation" and revision.
"Such serious questions as the
question .4 the frontier between
(the two states or of the measures
duung t: c transition period after
|th. tern ination of the British
Handati a: well as of the status
lot thi city <>f Jerusalem, and a
Iriunilx! if other more- or less
Important questions, on which I
|du nol consider it necessary to
at present, call for further
and thorough consideration," the
oviet representative said.
On the i|iiestion of frontiers,
|Mr. Tsarapkin said that the UN-
jSCOl' pi iposals "for the parti-
Itiun ol Palestine into a number
Of separate regions connected a
certain punts by narrow corri
|dui> cann it be considered a satis
Ifaituiy -olmion of the question
|Thi- S (it-legation," he con-
Itinuc.l. "i insiders that furthei
work ... a concrete plan for the
elimination of frontiers and or.
national separation of Palestine
Icould be undertaken by tht
Special Committee so as to elim-
jinan as : r as possible the exist-
ing defei ts."
The s t Government stipul-
ated that the authority which
pill govern Palestine during the
Itransition period must be re-
Isponsible to the UN. "Everybody
realizes that the transition period
[from tii present state of man-
datory government in Palestine
Itoth.- 1 ginning of the existence
|o> two independent states has
Ittormous importance from the
I point of view of preserving peace
|in Palis:;..,, as well as from the
Point of vhw of the future fate
|of but: | ese two states, its state-
ment added.
Broadcast Marks
1947 "Council Day
New evidence in support of
proposals to admit a fair share
of Europe's displaced persons in-
to the United States will be pre-
sented by former Governor Herb-
ert H. Lehman in a special
'Council Day" broadcast by the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men on October 18, over the
coast-to-coast network of the Na-
tional Broadcasting Company.
The broadcast, it was announc-
ed by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
President of the Miami section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, will be in the form of a
round table discussion of the
means available to this country
by which self-sufficiency can be
restored to the dispossessed
people of Europe. "Council Day"
celebrates the organization's 54th
anniversary.
The broadcast is being spon-
sored by the National Broadcast-
ing Company as the eleventh in
its Public Affairs series which is
being conducted in cooperation
with leading national organiza-
tions. The :-.Council Day" pro-
gram, which will be heard local-
ly over Station WIOD from 12:15
o 12:30 p. m. on October 13,
will unite Council Day celebra-
ASK UNITED NATIONS GROUP
FOR GEOGRAPHIC MODIFICATIONS
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA) The United States this week-end
espoused the cause of partition in Palestine in a speech by
Herschel Johnson before the United Nations Ad Hoc Committee
on Palestine.
The statement, which had been awaited for the longest
time by Jews and non-Jews, Zionists and non-Zionists, placed
the United States Government in support of the UNSCOP
majority recommendations and the group's decisions. However,
he asked for some geographic
modifications and for guaranteed
acciss to ports and water and
power facilities for Jews and
Arabs equally in the whole of
Palestine.
Arab states contemplating an
invasion of Palestine in defiance
of a possible decision by the
United Nations approving parti-
ion were warned that the Ameri-
can Government expects them to
observe the U. N. Charter to
which they subscribed and to
avoid violations by refraining
rom threats to use force in
Palestine.
The attitude of the American
Government with regard to im-
plementation of the U. N. deci-
tlements. The only report brought wu wuwusu uay
back by scouts was that the Syr-, tions of tne organization's Sec-
ian units had pitched tents for tions throughout the country.
sion on Palestine was outlined
so as to leave no doubt that the
United States is not only willing
to participate in a U. N. pro-
gram to meet economic and fin-
ancial problems during the tran-
sition period, but also to assist
in the formation of any interna-
tional force which the U. N. may
recruit on a volunteer basis to
maintain order in Palestine until
the Jewish and the Arab states
are established.
Finally, he emphasized that the
American delegation feels that
the General Assembly must re-
commend a final solution of the
Palestine problem at this session.
1,500 men, but had brought up
only light equipment, such as is
used on maneuvers.
Chairman David Ben Gurion
of the Jewish Agency called on
High Commissioner Sir Alan G.
Cunningham to discuss the se-
curity situation in the country
and the rumors concerning Arab
troop concentrations. It is under-
stood that Ben Gurion demanded
that the government take no
steps to hamper the activities of
the Haganah.
BARON de ROTHSCHILD DIES
IN SWITZERLAND
LOUSANNE (JTA) Baron
Henri de Rothschild, banker, phy-
sician and playwright, died at
Jouxens, near here, at the age
of 75.
Baron de Rothschild established
a surgical clinic and the Institute
Pierre Curie in Paris and endow-
ed the latter institution with ra-
dium from his own radium man-
ufacturing plant.
WJJJk* nrivv Runs Short of Quota
WASHINGTON (JTA)The $170,000,000 United Jewish Appeal
drives si fa? netted only $52.000.000 it was disclosed this wk-
S't- S ERfBSSS JSS, SASSffiS:
borg and many hJ' M| .S^^K Unilcd States, buf warned
lion at the support given p i"'!!"r" d, wil| & required Iran
'iSS.n"il.wr. "ke KVre.m^ KKl. statehood a re^U*
5REATER MIAMI HADASSAH GROUPS
SEND DELEGATES TO ATLANTIC CITY
Greater Miami delegates to the largest convention in the his-
lory of Hadassah will meet in Atlantic City, Oct. 24-28. Dele-
gates from the Miami group are: Mrs. Joseph Carp, president;
Mrs. Frank Kline and Mrs. H. C. Moser, vice-presidents; Mrs.
Morris Weinberg, cultural chairman; Miss Ethel Weinstein, presi-
dent of the Business and Professional Women's Division, and
Miss Lola Bix, also of the B. & P. division. Miami Beach group
will be represented by their
president, Mrs. Benjamin B.
Goldstein; Mrs. Abe Goodman,
wife of the national vice-nresi-
dent of ZOA; Mrs. Milton Wolf,
and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich. Mrs
Max Dobrin, president of Greater
Miami Chapter, was planning to
attend, but is not yet certain.
Four thousand delegates and
guests from 47 states are sched-
uled to attend the convention.
Most important on its agenda is
the adoption of a definite stand
in the Palestine proposals now
before the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly, according to Mrs.
David B. Greenberg of New York
City, convention chairman, and
Mrs.'David Stein of Philadelphia,
vice-chairman.
Speakers at the convention will
include Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
Federation Sends Local Leaders
On European Inspection Tour
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Legion Distribute Awards
A dai ce at the post home will
J* held by the American Legion,
I "'ami Beach Post 85, Alton Rd.
Jnd Dade Blvd., this Sunday at
8 P m. It will be open to all vet-
Wans i: Greater Miami, their
nunilies and friends, according
Commander Hyan Kout.
Viitui> medals and American
Uifens, medals will be presented
j> at 1 p. m., to Miami
**ach veterans of the Army and
j>rn\v An Force who present dis-
"arge papers.
In the role of "observers" for
the Jewish community of Greater
Miami, a delegation of four or
five men and women will leave
early next month on a three-
week inspection trip to displaced
persons camps in Europe and to
Jewish communities elsewhere
in Europe and Palestine.
The delegation will include
Max Orovitz, honorary pres.den
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation which is**??*
the journey; Mrs. Monte Sehg.
chairman of the Women s Dm
sion of the 1947 Combined Jew
ish Appeal and Rabb. Irving
Lehrman of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. In additionit*
Beth Sholom Congregation
IS
sending Rabbi Leon Kronish and
the Hotel Division of the CJA
is considering sending an observ-
er to accompany the group.
"The trip is being under-
taken so that Greater Miami
which lait year contributed
more than $600,000 to the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal and other
overseas relief agencies can re-
ceive a first-hand report on
how the monies they gave have
aided those in Europe and the
Holy Land and what the prob-
lems will be in 1948 in case the
United Nations approves the
establishment of a Jewish
Stale," stated Morris Klass.
executive director of Federa-
tion. ..----------
Final travel plans were ap-
proved at the last meeting of the
Federation's Executive Commit-
tee held Wednesday, October 8.
The Itinerary will include a mini-
mum of two days in Paris, two
days in Frankfort, four days in
Poland, two days in Czechoslo-
vakia, three days in Italy and
five days in Palestine. About
seven days will be spent in Ger-
many and other countries. The
total trip is planned to consume
4 weeks. The delegation is ex-
pected to leave Miami on Novem-
ber 4 and return December 2.
The Keymen's Club of Federa-
tion is planning a send-off din-
ner to the group before their de-
parture.
Zionist elder statesman, formerly
president of the World Zionist
Organization; Professor E. R.
Fabregast of Uruguay, a member
of the UNSCOP, and Mrs. Moses
P. Epstein, Hadassah national
president. A special Sabbath
service will be prepared by Dr.
David de Sola Pool of New York.
The problems of Jewish youth
in Palestine, Europe and the
United States will be reviewed
by Daniel Brisker, General Zion-
ist youth leader from Palestine;
an American crew members of
the ill-fated S. S. Exodus; and
Miss Ruth Ludwin, vice-presi-
dent of Junior Hadassah.
In the political field will be
statements by Mrs. Samuel W.
H a lprin, Hadassah's political
chairman and only woman mem-
ber of the Jewish Agency; Moshe
Shertok of Palestine, head'of the
Agency's political department;
and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of
Cleveland, chairman of the Exe-
cutive's American section.
Attention will be drawn to
medical progress in Palestine
when Dr. Haim Yassky. medical
director of Hadassah in the Holy
Land, who is flying to this coun-
try for the convention, will re-
ceive a microfilmed record of
signatures of hundreds of out-
standing American physicians for
enclosure in the cornerstone of
the new 20D-bed tuberculosis
hospital which the organization
will complete shortly on Mt.
Scopus, in Jerusalem.
JEWISH LEADERS ATTEND
FRENCH LEGION AWARD
PARIS (JTA) A rosette
of the French' Legion of Honor -
was this week presented to Dr.
Joseph Schwartz. European direc-
tor of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, by Senator Justin Godart,
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Miss Rosen Wed
Miss Louise Rosen, daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Abraham P.
Rosen, 3541 Flamingo Drive,
Miami Beach, was married Oct.
I n. Mr. Milton A. Meyer, son of
Mis. Isaac Meyer and the late
Mr, Meyer, of East Hampton, L.
I
e wedding took place on thy
R.n.f Garden of the Hotel Pierre
ii, New York City. The Rev. Dr.
J X. Cohen of the Free Syna-
officiated, The bride's
sister, Miss Yetta Rosen, was
of honor. Mr. Richard
II dman was best man.
Mrs. Meyer, a graduate of
Goucher College and Columbia
U versify, is the executive
tary of the Educational
Foundation for Jewish Girls, Mr.
Meyer was graduated from the
/ersity of West Virginia and
member of Phi Beta Kappa.
He was an artillery officer in
ETO and was a captain when re-
i I,
Hochman-Kronberg
Betrothal Announced
A barbecue in honor of the
betrothal of Miss Rita Hochman
to David Kronberg was held Sun-
day at the home of the bride-
elect's aunt. Mr s. Gertrude
Michaels, 2171 S. W. 22nd Ter-
race.
Announcement of then en
ment was made by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hochman,
927 Fourth St.. Miami Beai Mr.
Kronberg is the son of Charles
Kronberg, 1345 N. W. Fifth St.
Miss Hochman attended
schools in Jersey City and Miami.
and the Pratt Institute of Art in
Brooklyn. Her fiance, a graduate
Of Miami schools, served in the
army for four year.-.
N datl has 1 een set for
wedding.
k
Newlyweds Reside
At Beach Hotel
Mr, and Mrs. Sigmund Linder.
Miami Beach, announce the re-
,., : marriagi ol their daughter,
Anita, to Herman N. Weill, son
ol Mrs Eugene Lyon of Miami
Bea Henry D. Weill of
Berne. Switzerlai d,
X i ceri mony took place at
11, i j Congrei ition, and
was followed by a dinner at the
New Su 1! >tel.
Miss Evelyn F. M. Weill, pister
of the bridegroom, served as
oi honor. Floyd Preston
was bet nan for Mr. Weill.
The : ewlyweds are residing at
i Su::c\ Hotel.
' I
Gerald Miller To
Become Bar Mitzva
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller an-
nounce the Bar Mitzva of their
son, Gerald Sheldon at services
Saturday, Oct. 18 at 10:30 a. m.
at Temple Beth Sholom.
A reception will be given on
Sunday. Oct. 19. from 3 to (i p. m.
at the Shelborne Hotel.
Couple Tour Florida
Following Wedding
Now on a honeymoon tour of
Florida are the Milton Finks who
were joined in wedlock last Sun-
das by Rabbi Leon Kronish at
the Slielborne Hotel. She is the
former Miss Shirley Kahn. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C.
Kahn. 1135 S.W. Sixth St. Mr.
Fink is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Fink. Savannah, Ga.
Miss Marcy Frank and Miss
Lee Aronoff attended the bride.
Bunny Fink was his brother's
best man; Lloyd Apple and Stan-
lev Kolber ushered. Mis. Arthur
Apple kept the guest book and
Marx Feinberg was vocal soloist.
Guests at the wedding included
the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Ulman, Mr. and Mrs.
[sadore Weitz. Mr. and Mrs. Myer
Shensky, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Cranman. Miss Velma Abraham.
Miss Sarah Sklansky and Miss
Sarah Lavine. all of Savannah,
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kowal-
sky, Utica. N. Y.
Dinner at the hotel for rela-
tives and guests followed.
GAME PARTY FOR SCHOOL
Miami Hebrew school and
Junior Congregation will hold a
gam< party Monday evening,
October 20." 8:00 p. m.. pn
of which will go to tin' building
fund of the new synagogue. 1101
S. W. 12th Ave. Ben Ston is
chairman of the affair to v.
all members and friends are in-
Personally Speaking...
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, 334 20th St., have
returned from a month's vacation at Schroon Lake in the
rondacks, and in New York City.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Katz, 728 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
Robert Gordon On
Carolina Honeymoon
just
Adi-
vited.
Mi and Mrs. Herbert Robei
1 I I mi w ill make their home
tin- 1' Hotel after honey
moon .i. Noi th Carolina. Tile foi
mer Mi Cla e Bandel, daughtei
i Dais ii II. Bandel and Mr
n. son ..I Mi and Mrs. Geo.
G n. both of Miami Beach
I Sepl 21st in tin
1' I I Hotel by Rabbi Irving
announce the bath of a daughter, Janet Lenore, on September Lehrman
17th at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Katz is the former ., .,. in mnrpi
M.ss Sylvia Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cooper. ^S SHE
j # *,. *r* '' M ''';: h" sister, Mrs. Raph-
Mr. and Mrs. Moms Rubin, 520 16th St., Miami Beach, have Bel N unes and Mrs. Milton Was-
returned from a three months' vacation. Accompan:ed by their : I the bridegroom,
daughter, Estelle, they visited with married children in New -,:v"l '- ma ol honor. The
York, and then spent the remaining summer months at Hender- '' Miss , sonville, N. C. davi Iris Wachtel.
Mill an w.,s best man
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koslen. 816 Surfside Blvd., Miami Beach J ^sSjld^u h'",' "V"'"" w ""
have returned home from their summer vacation at the Fenway I, ^ ,i "
Hall Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio.
my was a
Mx. and Mrs. Paul Raff, 828 S.W. 13th Ct., have left to see St. the'weJE Out-o?
their newborn grandson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Raff of l"u '' guests included Mr and
Spartanburg, S. C. They will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Bert Raff Mrs Maurice Marco, Mrs. Annette
of Charlotte, N. C, and be joined by son-in-law and daughter '' M,s. Irving Hor-
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Sohner of New York. :i" "' Jacksonville; Mrs.
Surprise Ceremony-
Unites David Paul's
A wedding ceremony at the
home of Rabbi Samuel M. Mach-
tei united Miss Gwenne Pullman
and David Paul. Tuesday at 5:00
p. m. Immediate members of the
family attended.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Pullman. 500 N. E. 29th St., Mrs.
Paul is a graduate of Miami
Senior High and former student
of the University of Miami. She
was formerly employed by the
Jewish Floridian, and was a
member of Tau Alpha Omega,
local sorority, and the ALS chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Girls. The
brid< groom attended schools in
Wilmington, Del., and served Axk
years in the Army Air Corps, be-
ing discharged as a first lieu-
tenant.
The couple will make their
home in Philadelphia after their
honevmoon in Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Maurey Poncher are back at 535 N.W. 49th
St., from an extended visit to Chicago and through Texas

Mrs. Jimmy Koplewitz will leave for St. Louis for a 10-day
visit with relatives and friends.
Phillip Berry, Mrs Bernie Mal-
, R.I.; Mrs. Hose
Wachtel Mrs. Flora Wainetz and
Mrs. Evelyn Merkin
N. V
Bi i loklyn,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman have returned from a four-month
motor trip taking them as far west as California
Mr. and Mrs. Heiman Lieberman are back at 1713 Lenox
Ave., Miami Beach. They spent the summer at their home in
Brooklyn, N. Y.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gutstein of 3010 S.W. 19th Ter., are r*
ing to Miami today after spending the summer in Chi'caon. Thev
will be followed by their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and
Mrs. Al Miller, and their children later in the season.
Dr. Augustine Takes Bride
Miss Leola Griffith and Dr.
Augustine were married on
Saturday Oc, ,,, ; ^.^^
Hote!- Judge Kenneth Oka
''l the ceremony. The
bride was attended by matron of
honor Mrs. Bonwit. Dr. Leonard
v. d ... i i,.., man
.D,r- Augustine has practiced
'" -1'Y for a numbei of years
'" M.iami ;'''' the Beach. The
ggM-U. make home ,n
Pair on N. Y. Honeymoon
To Reside in Georgia
At a recent wedding at the
Robert Richter Hotel, Miss Zelda
Syman became the bride of Mor-
ris Kopel Steinberg, son of M:.
and Mrs. Allen Steinberg ol
Augusta. Ga. Rai bi Max Shapiro.
performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman,
1214 S. W. 13'
Attending t: < bride were r.er
sisters Mrs. Paul Sokoloff su
Miss Lois Syman, matron and
maid of honoi Another sister,
Miss Faye Syman. and the bride-
groom's sisti r, Miss Gloria Stein-
berg, were bridesmaids.
Miss Syman attended Miami
Senior High School and Ine
University of Miami, and is i
graduate of the University ol
Georgia. She was a member ol
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, and
is past presidi nt of the HilW
Chapter at the University ol
Georgia.
The bridegroom is a gradual!
of Georgia Tech., and a member
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
The couple motored to Net
York for their honeymoon, ai
will make then home in AuguM
Ga.
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totrict Vice-President to
lddress B'nai B'rith
Thc Miami Beach Chapter of
ST B'rith Woirwn mark the
',lin of their 2nd year on
fSH with their opening
hC .7,, of the season, Tuesday,
n*Sr2l at one o'clock at the
JffKTBSSS: Board
0*2 3rd Vice President
*',.., .. D Win OUtn.ie U.C
LSi B'rith Projects for the corn-
LTvear. Presiding will be the
nf" n, ... w President, Mrs.
Eg man. She will wel-
f ;.,. reet the 1947 slate of
gndal director, and the
K si. ne 400 members.
Thc'r(.u fficers are as follows:
' go] fjoldstrom, Counsellor;
5'' Alexander Libow, Treasur-
Mrs Ir ng Frankcl, Record-
hi Secret ry; Mrs. Mollie Schu-
an Corresponding Sec'y; Mrs.
^vmour Satin, Sentinel; Mrs.
larrv Weitzman, Guardian; Mrs.
loseph Mazo, Financial Sec'y;
/rs Harold Turk, 1st V. Pres.;
K. David Harris, 2nd V. Pres.;
rusted, the Mesdames Carl
tinkle and Philip Lefkowitz;
Joard of Directors, the Mesdames
jcorge Talianoff, Arthur Fish-
Can Helm Sanders, Dave Alper,
pack Foii. George Bertman, Ruth
Iciatt. Morris Bernstein, Irving
Becker, Meyer Baskin, Barney
Wrinkle. Mi x Miller, Harold
feinn Sam Lachman, Alec Rich-
Irdson, S p Hershey, Ida Opt-
L, i| Dinnerstein, Paul
Ce'iUman, Donald Rubin, San-
bnrd Le< ine, Ella Goodman,
Louis E| tein and Miss Freda
Bhifman.
Beth David Sisterhood
|Plans Membership Tea
Beth David Sisterhood an-
pnunced a membership tea to
Sake place in November with
Mrs. Bernard Sterling as chair-
Juan for tl i affair.
i Recent ides honored at last
Wednesday .meting included
JMrs. Frank Marks, Mrs. Sey-
Bnnur Gl e, Mrs. Saul Res-
tick. Mrs. Ha. "Id Goldstein, Mrs.
Inward S ..art/. Mrs. Bernard
Mpplchaum: also, prospective
fcndc. Mis.- Ii ne Jacobs.
University Students
Wed At Beth David
Miss Minnie Levy, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Levy. 1660
S.W. First St., is now Mrs. Joseph
Resenkrantz, following the mar-
riage of the University of Miami
students before their immediate
families the morning* of Septem-
ber 12th at the Beth David.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated.
../inner for 50 guests at the Black-
stone Hotel followed the cere-
mony.
Mr. Rosenkrantz, son of Mrs
'aye Rosenkrantz, 429 N.W. Fifth
Vve., is a veteran of the Army Aii
Force, now majoring in psychol-
ogy at the university.
The couple are now living with
his mother after their honey-
moon in Miami Beach.
Miss Germaine Blum
To Wed Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blum an-
nounce the coming marriage of
their daughter, Germaine. to Mr.
Stanley Perlman. Miss Blum is
widely known in greater Miami
as a photographic model.
Mr. Perlman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Perlman, formerly
of Long Island and now of Miami
Beach, was a 1st Lieutenant in
the Air force and still retains
his commission in the Reserves.
He is engaged in thc manufactur-
ing of ladies' ready-to-wear in
Miami as Trade Winds Dress and
Sportswear Company.
Thc wedding will take place at
[-Temple Beth Sholom on the 19th
of October and the young couple
expect to honeymoon in Ciudad
Tijujillo, Dominican Republic.
Upon their return, they will take
up residence in the new Wavcrly
Arms now under construction on
Biscayne Island.
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Burnett Roth will introduce
city officials and explain the
purpose of the Dade County
Fair Rents Council at a tenants
party to be held tomorrow at
8:30 p. m. at the Frolics Club.
Theresa Kanter is in charge of
tickets. Max Singer heads the
arrangements committee.
Social Service Bureau
Adds Office Space;
Seeks New Members
The Jewish Social Service
Bureau has announced the acqui- I
sition of larger office- space to |
more adequately serve the local
community, Charles Cohen, ex- I
ccutive director, announced.
Offices have been moved to the j
6th floor of the present location,
127 N. W. 2nd Street, and occupy
more than 1100 feet of floor
space. Private consultation rooms
are now in use for the staff in
serving the public. Mr. Cohen
stated that he now has four case
workers, a supervisor, and three
employees in the clerical depart-
ment, comprising the JSSB staff.
The budget committee of thc
Bureau this week presented a re-
quest to the Dade County Com-
munity Chest, of which it is a
participating agency, for $59,900
to complete its total estimated
needs of $68,945 for thc coming
year.
The Bureau is now in the midst
of a membership drive, seeking
500 life in addition to annual
memberships from among the
Greater Miami community. Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers is heading the
drive and is assisted by Rabbis
Max Shapiro and Irving Lehr-
man as co-chairmen. Part of the
funds derived from the member-
ship will be used to meet budget-
ary requirements.
Applebaums Married In
New York Ceremony
New York will be the tempor-
ary home of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian
Applebaum, former students of
thc University of Miami, who
were married September 13 in
the Concourse Plaza Hotel, Bronx,
N. Y. She was Miss Inez Schul-
man, daughter Mr. and Mrs.
George Schulman, 1040 15th St..
Miami Beach. Mr. Applebaum is
?he son of Mrs. Svlvia Apple-
baum, 1308 Pennsylvania Ave.
The bride was attended by Miss
Larraine Goulet. Harvey Apple-
baum was best man. The bride-
groom served in the Air Corps
for two years.
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and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin, 552
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach;
Barry of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper S.
Cromer, 1627 S. W. 13th St. Rabbi
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day from 3 to 5 p. m. in Kaplan
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friends and relatives of the two
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Dr. David S. Andron, director
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New York. Mrs. Louis Glasser,
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Editorial
^T^Tfhe Women Who Will Provide Volunteers For Federation Cer^
Anti-SemUiHm in Hritain ...
When such a cautious newspaper as the "New York Times"
finds it necessary to devote an editorial to the upsurge of anti-
Semitism in Britain there is every reason to believe thai^the situ-
ation there is worse than it has been pictured even by the many
alarming and disguiting news reports.
Fascism and anti-Semitism are twin evils. Recent history
has demonstrated the value of anti-Jewish propaganda as a
weapon in the hands of those who foist fascist ideology on a
still confused world. Mosley and h.s cohorts are again raising
their ugly heads. That this should happen in a country having a
Labor Government is a particularly disturbing phenomenon.
British home secretary. Eden, has persistently been main-
taining that there was no need for legislation to meet the emer-
gency. He argued there was no need for legislation to meetp
qencv. He argued that such action would be an infringement
on the Anglo-Saxon concept of freedom of speech. However,
the British press and the vast majority of the British people
are cool to that argument. British public opinion is veering to
the view that dangerous elements who util ze the right ot tree
speech to incite riots against minority groups have no moral
cr legal right to use that right as a shield.
We here, of course, have no riqht to tell Britain what to do.
But it seems to us that ii fascism's attempt at revival is not
crushed in a country ruled by labor a bad example will have
been set to the rest of the world.
OFF THE RECORD
GRIDIRON MOVE
The Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade
bounty, representing 29 organizations, last week joined forces
with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in securing the neces-
sary personnel to conduct the Jewish population survey tenta-
ively set for the eight-day period beginning Sunday, Nov. 16th.
At a special meeting of the board of directors of the Confer-
ence held at the Robert Richter hotel on Thursday mornirig. Oct.
lltli the organization voted un-
man Paul E. Fitzpatrick this week announced ha party s
of the partition proposal and urged the President and the U. b.
n to the United Nations to support the majority report he
started to pass the ball ... It will culminate in similar action
,thcr Democratic, and Republican, state organizations ma
democracy such as ours political parties are boil, expressions
un is of public opinion. No aspirant to. or incum
office can afford to ignore the voice of the people. .
WHATS IN A NAME? .
... ..,,. s Messersmith. former Assistant Secretary of State
and Ambassadoi to Argentina, Mexico and Cuba, is a master a
diplomat icing. His favorite story one he recently told at
ivate gathering, is about a diplomatic mission which bi
very small town which had no hotel He was quart, red
m the finest homes, which belonged to a Jew. During tne
ersation Mr. Messersmith spoke admiringly ol
h. library, the art and the surroundings Yes yes
barrassed host as he fumbled for w
diplomat, and a Jew at that, even our best an good
Quickly grasping the situation. Mr. Messersmith decided
to disillusion his host, and for three days be lived in a Jewish
me bs J^'w
VARIATIONS .
G, b ker, who covered the Moscow Conference
News Agency, is busy writing a book on Europe
port, whose nov.l "East Side. West Side" is due for
v Charles Scribner's Sons within a week
tei if Alma Gluck, the late opera singer who loved to sing
Jewish folk-songs Few people know that Arthur Krock, ol New
Times fame, is Jewish And fewei people still know that
Samuel Grafton brilliant New York Post
: was Samuel Lifshitz Walter Lippman, another Jew,
past ten years been writing a column three times a
the New York Herald-Tribune without once taking up
anv Jewish problems The 6,000,000 Jewish dead, ten times the
British and American losses, didn't raise a ripple in the ways of
rtile mind Right now he is advocating a dangerous
,j1(,_ removal of the British. American and Russian armie
from Europe at a time when, in the opinion of the "nest obsi
of the European scene
Jl WS
such a course would lead to pogroms on
School for Jewish Studies Railey Platform Proposes
Enters Second Year
High School for Jewish Studies
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cent-
er ushered in its second year with
a luncheon sponsored by the
Sisterhood, October 12.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman ad-
dressed the group emphasizing
tl e importance of Jewish educa- I tary sewer systi m, repair and op-
tion. Mr. Herbert Zuckerman, | keep of streets and sidewalks
educational director of the Cent- j throughout the city and continu-
Business Administration
Randolph B. "Ran" Railey.
businessman candidate for Miami
city commission is asking "for a
progressive, economical and
ness administration" in city af-
fairs. Railey is pledged to
for speedy construction of a sani-
animously to undertake the re-
sponsibility of enrolling a n ini-
mum of i.000 women who will
serve as census enumerators.
A quota committee consisting
of Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, chair-
man. Mrs. Louise Glasser, Mrs
i'cnV k high William Levine and Mrs. Harry
Kaufman was designated to as-
sign to each of the organizations
affiliated with the Conference a
minimum number of workers to
be enrolled from the membership
of the constituent societies. Mrs.
Anna Bienner Meyers, President
of the Conference, presided at the
meeting.
Explaining the aims of the
cei sus, Victor Garvcy, Secretary
of the census sub-committee of
tl i Federation's Committee on
Community Planning, told the
women that the census was de-
ft the signaled to bring up to date the
Jewish population figures ob-
tained by the last canvass, held
the i in September October, 1944,
which was under the direction of
M. J. Kopelowitz, also the chair-
man of tliis year's survey.
Mrs Meyers made an urgent
plea to the representatives of the
various women'.- organizations
to secure as many volunteer
workers as possible. She an-
nounced that all volunteers must
b< enrolled by the next sched-
uled meeting of the Conference
to In held next Thursday, Octo-
ber 23rd.
The census sub-committee is
headed by M. J. Kopelowitz. Oth-
er members are Mrs. Frances
Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
l rs. Ali Cannes, Louis Touby.
Morris Jacobs. Mrs. H. Platoff.
Norman Rossman, Max Meisel,
Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Louis
Glasser and Maurice Grossman.
Ph dging themselves to enroll
1.000 women to serve as volun-
er, led a roundtable discussion of
last year's accomplishments.
Over twenty young ladies re-
presenting the con firmation
classes of 1946 and 1947 are con-
tinuing their studies under the
guidance of Miss Ruth Carson,
and will serve an apprenticeship
in practice teaching in the center
schools.
Carol Giller, Sybil and Doris
Rosenbaum, Mavis Meyers, Sel-
ma Kaufman and Sylvia Bergson
of the Senior Division participat-
ed in the discussions.
Mrs. Ira Walsey, Mrs. Sally
Elitzer and Mrs. Al Osheroff
were in charge of the luncheon.
Richter Hotel.
Shown, left to right, are: Mrs.
Benjamin Meyc rs, president of
the Conference; Mrs. Clementine
Kemp, Conference Secretary;
Mrs. Norman Jacobs, President,
Beth David Sisterhood; Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Conference Vice
President; Mrs. Monte Selig,
Conference Resolutions Com-
mittee chairman; Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers. President. National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, Miami Sec-
tion; Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein,
Conference Registrar; Mrs. Ben-
jamin B. Goldstein, President,
Miami Beach Hadassah; Mrs.
Max Katz, President, Miami B'nai
B'rith Sholcm Lodge, Women's
Chapter No. 1024; Mrs. Etha
Beck. President, Jewish Home
for the Aged Ladies Auxiliary;
Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub, Con-
ference Vice President; Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, President, Miami
Beach Business & Professional
Hadassah; Mrs. Ira C. Walsey,
President, Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center Sisterhood;
Mrs. Joseph S. Carp, Miami
Hadassah; Mrs. Samuel M. Kir-
stein, President. Greater Miami
Chapter. National Home for Jew-
ish Children; Mrs. Charles Raab,
President, Dade County Chapter,
National Children's Car diac
Home; Mrs. Julius Mufson, Ha-
dassah, Deborah Group; Mrs.
Rubin Fuchs, Miami Hadassah;
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Conference
Treasurer and Mrs. William Le-
vine, President, Greater Miami
Chapter, Jewish Consumptive
Relief Society.
B. & P. Soiree
Success Despite "Water"
Business and Professional Wo-
men's Division, Miami chapter ol
Hadassah, were "ladies in dis-
tress" Monday il lei noon, at the
discovery that the Vagabond
Room, Clover Club, scheduled
for a membership soiree for that
evening, was under several feet
of water and t i.tening to com-
pel cancellatio : the affair un-
til Miss Ann Byers offered the
Frolics Club, 1306 N. E. Bayshore
Place, Miami, for the event.
Miss Fay Werner, membership
chairman, headi I a committee
consisting of Mi Edith Goodkin,
Miss Ann Belfour, Miss Mildred
Berkowitz, Mrs. Sharon Dick and
Mrs. Sophie Zohn. Invitations
were made up in an original
verse by Mrs. Pennie Fuchs. Miss
Ethel Weinstein, president of the
organization, took care of secur-
ing refreshment aided by Mr*
Helen Narrow.
Miss Rose Marion Golden, who
presented several songs in pan-
tomine for the group at their in-
stallation tea. was invited to ap-
pear again. Mrs Maurice Gross-
man addressed the group stress-
ing the Importai e of the work
of Hadassah. Co-program chair-
men were Miss Rita Futerfas and
Miss Ruth Steinberg.
Miss Lola Bix announced a B
per cent Increase in paid mem-
bership. Miss Weinstein and Mb
Bix will represent the divisffl
at the national o nvention in At-
lantic City. .
Honored guests at the soiree
were: Mrs. Joseph Carp. MB
Ilsa Temple and Miss Polly W
shon.
Beach Rabbi's Father
Dies From Heart Attack
Workman's Circle Youth
branch will hold an open meet-
ing followed by a dance, Mon-
day, October 20, 8:30 p. m. at
the Workmen'* Circle Lyceum,
1545 S. W- 3rH St.
ous improvements in the tl
portation system with an (quit-
able transfer arrangement and
lowest possible fares to assure
good service.
In radio and other public talks.
the candidate, who is a 22-year
resident of Miami, has declared
for equitable tax assessmi
economical, fair and just expendi-
ture of tax money collected: and
the extension of the water sys-
tem "to adequately supply every
home in Miami with good, pure
water."
Railey asserted that the city
commission should "unshackle
the city manager in the admini-
stration of city departments." "1
am for the elimination of rail-
road tracks in the downtown
area with proper protection for
the needs of our port facilities,"
he continued. "I am pledged for
adequate pensions for police,
firemen and all city employees
and I shall work for more super-
vised playgrounds, properly dis-
tributed throughout the city."
Meyer Mischaloff. father of
Ra!'bi ,Moscs Meschcloff. died
th forthcoming populn- suddn'y Thursday morning aft-
tion survey of the Greater Miami 0|" a ncart attack He was 70 years
Jewish Federation, the Board of "ld ,Hf ramc to Miam> fr New
Directors of the Conference "W *ork four years ago, where prior
Jewish Women's Organizations,
enting 29 groups met last
Tl ur day morning at the Robert
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Fund Council, and Beth Jacob
Vaad Hakashruth.
Surviving him besides his wid-
ow and Rabbi Mascheloff are two
sons. Irving, of Rockville Center,
N. Y.. and Al, of Nesponsit, Long
Island, and a daughter, Mrs. Mae
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Volume 20
Number 42
Friday. October 17. 1947
CHESHVAN 3, 5708
YOUNG IUDEA GIVES
LEADERSHIP COURSE
Dr. David Andron delivered
the first lecture of the Young
Judea Leadership training course
to the young-adults gathered in
the office of S. A. Goodman, 927
Lincoln Rd., Wednesday, October
15, 8:00 p. m. His topic was
"Zionist History and Judaism."
It was the first of a series of fi
lectures to train young men and
women for correct leadership *
Young Judea dubs in the Great-
er Miami area being sponsor*
by the Create, Miami Zioni*
Youth Commi.-sio...
Miss Dorothy Sussman, m
man of the Your.fi Judea Lead*
ship Council, will talkn W,
Young Judea C'!-. and the ^
er" October 22. at the Mg
Beach Jewish f.-ter. Also scW
uled for that xei.ing KM
pearance of Miss Klya Ben Hj
conductor of dance groups uw
New York.
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RJDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1947
v-Jewisti ncridlian
liamians Attend
;0uncil Convention
SleayndC^?ff* 8S
Cs will represent the Miami
E'"' 0 National Council of
Kwom-n at their South
In Interstate Conference to be
Loi,l a< i!" Roosevelt Hotel in
gj Orleans from Oct. 19th
Uugh th 22nA
Twenty tl ree sections from
line soul em states will send
fclpcates to the conference. Mrs.
hoise Ca n of New Orleans,
bresidenl of the Conference, will
, chairman for all sessions.
Th(, ,,. ng address will be
liven by Mrs. Clarence Berolz-
Limcro) Chicago Heights, 111., a
lice presidi nt of National Coun-
L|. shr will also lead a panel dis-
union on education. Mrs. Cahn
.,11 reporl on her experiences
m Europe this summer, and on
|hc opening of Council's Paris
Lnnu. (oi Girls, at which she of-
Ijciiiicfl Sii will also tell of her
Visits t o Displaced Persons
tamps in Germany. Mrs. Florian
Krassburficr of Montgomery,
kia, a former president of the
t ]. c. and a National Board
Eeniber, ill '<'ad the discussion
[,n social welfare. Mrs. Stanley
Myers will chairman the
bands.
f A banquel I" he held on Tues-
tav even n Oct. 21. will be one
Lf the highlights of the conven-
tion Mr. Isaac Holler and Mr. C.
|Ells Henican will speak on
[Anti-Semitism: A Candid Con-
federation."
lose Chapter To Have
Mstrict Past President
Mrs. Irving Becker, past presi-
dent of Disl id 6. B'nai B'rith.
trill be thi guest speaker at the
Membership booster meeting of
Ihe Fi" pter, B'nai B'rith
ton n, lay, October 20,
}:\f> p. ii: al the home of Mrs.
iurrel Kastan, 945 16th St.,
Jiami B( at h.
Plans will be launched for the
Indoctrination program of the
Ifomen of B'nai Brith for new
benfbers and the membership
privr discus ed. Miss Betty Ann
Veintmh chairman for the
neeting ever which Mrs. Norman
jteinhard will preside.
Effective November %, meet-
ngs will be held on Tuesday in-
itead of Monday.
Fraternal Order Concert
The Ji People's Fraternal
Mcr isor a grand con-
ert Sunday, October 26. 8:30
lm., at ; Centra] Beach Ele-
hentary School, 1420 Washing-
pn Ave M ami Beach, for the
purpose of using funds for the
Jjhabilital i of European Jewry.
fhe public is invited.
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FEDERATION SEEKS COLLECTION OF
OUTSTANDING 1947 PLEDGES TO CJA
A drive to Collect all outstanding pledges made to the 1347 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal was announced this week by Charles* Cohen,
chairman of the Collections Committee of the Greater Miami Jew-
i^]>n^el"al'or1, following payment by Federation last week of a
$200,000 instalment to the United Jewish Appeal
"With S350.000 still outstanding of the $925,000 pledged to the
1947 campaign, it is incumbent upon us to bring in as much of the
unpaid balance as possible," declared Mr. Cohen, "for upon our ef-
forts depend the very lives of
our unfortunate fellow-Jews in
Europe."
Mr. Cohen said that the need
for collecting as large a sum as
possible at the present moment
was highlighted by Federation's
decision to borrow up to $200,-
000 from local hanks against out-
standing pledges to enable it to
send the required money to the
national office of the United
Jewish Appeal. Actually only
$100,000 was borrowed last week
as a special appeal made by
Jacob Sher, President of Federa-
tion and Morris Klass, Executive
Director, to a select group of 50
large contributors brought in
$100,000. Thus far this year, ac-
cording to Mr. Klass, Greater
Miami has paid $500,000 to the
UJA which includes the $200,000
payment just made.
Slow collections in other cities
and the fact that many 1947
fall campaigns are just getting
under way have compelled the
Joint Distribution Committee,
the United Palestine Appeal and
the United Service for New
Americans, constituent agencies
of the UJA, to borrow from the
banks to carry on their lifesaving
activities, Mr. Cohen explained.
"No gift of prophecy is needed
to foretell the great calamity that
would lay low hundreds of
thousands of men, women and
children now languishing in DP
camps should the money pledged
by American Jewry not be forth-
coming speedily," he said.
F< delation's Collection Com-
mittee includes, in addition to
Mr. Cohen, Jack Abbott, Abe
Aronovitz, Archie Brick, Leo
Ohaikin, Marx Feinberg, Morris
Gold, Sam Goldman, Aaron I,e-
ban, Max Nankin, Joseph M.
Rose, Morris Rosenberg, Herman
Rubin, Sam Silver, Louis Zeientz,
David Trau, R. Wms. Apte, and
Harry Koretsky.
Temple Camera Club
Has New Dark Rooms
The Temple Camera Club, 4144
Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, will
hold its second meeting of the
season on Monday, October 20
at 8:00 p. m. This is the second
year for this organization whose
members are both amateur and
professional. New dark rooms
have been provided the group
augmented this season by a youth
section.
Arthur De Gutz is newly elect-
ed president; Jack Justice, secre-
tary; Dr. Jerome Fleeman, treas-
urer; Emanuel Goldstrich, print
director. Those interested in this
hobby may call Mr. Alan Becker,
phone 6-4985, for further infor-
mation.
Answering the emergency call from the national office of the
United Jewish Appeal, Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, is shown above signing the check for $200,000.
which brings Greater Miami payments to UJA over the $500,000
mark for 1947.
Laundry Changes Hands
The City Laundry and Cleaners
has recently been sold to Mr. I.
Herskowitz, formerly of New
York City. Mr. Herskowitz, who
operated a similar business in
the north, has been a resident of
Miami for the past year and a
half. He will personally manage
his recently acquired plant, lo-
cated at 2160 N. W. 1st Court. Mr.
Herskowitz stated "that, his wide
experience and careful super-
vision, will provide only the
most excellent work."
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Youth Commission
Appoint Chairmen
Last meeting of the Zionist
Youth Commission was held at
the office of S. A. Goodman, 927
Lincoln Rd. Thirty-five repre-
sentatives of Miami and Miami
Beach Zionist dist ids, Greater
Miami chapters of Senior and
Junior Hadassah. Masada, the otU! icuum .
Youne Judea Leaders Council, past five years with her son-in-
. T. ii..'. VI__:.* i j......:...... HI,- ir.ri Mrs
Paulino Seller
Di Funeral services were held on
Mondav afternoon in West Palm
Beach for Mrs. Pauline Scher,
who passed away Friday eve-
nine in New York following a
cerebral hemorrhage. Mrs. Scher
had left that afternoon by plane
ior New York to spend a vaca-
tion.
She resided in Miami for the
and the Inter-collegiate Zionist
Federation of America (I. Z. F.
A., the campus group) unani-
mously re-elected Mr. Goodman,
chairman. He expl lined the work
of the commission, coordinating
the efforts of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America and the Senior
Hadassah into stimulating, guid-
ing and directing work and de-
velopment of the four general
youth groups. Di ussion of or-
ganization tochnk] e followed.
Committee chairmen appointed
include: Rabbi M. Mescheloff,
budget: Mrs. David Andron,
Young Judea: Jac M. Getz, Dr.
Jandon Schwarz, Samuel Kelem-
er and Rabbi D.. id Raab. Ma-
sada: Mrs. Jandon Schwarz and
Mrs. Irving Lei man. Junior
Hada
Ra
Ra
project; and Han Id Shapiro, I.
Z. F. A.
aw and daughter, Mr, and Mrs.
Burmtt Roth 102 Hibiscus dr.,
Hibiscus Island. Miami Beach
Prior to her coming here, Mrs.
Sche; had been a resident of Palm
where -he and her hus-
band had made their home since
1919, Widow of the late Samuel
Scl i who passed away in 1942.
she was active in synagogue and
charity work and served as one
..f the found, s of Temple Beth-
Pain] Beach The Scher
M< m rial Hall was named BE a
ribute to he: husband following
his death.
Rabbi M. Greenstein conducted
the funeral services and burial
followed in the family plot. Ac-
tive pallbearers were; Joe Les-
Mrs. Frank Kline
Heads Drive For
New Members
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
r and Rabbi D id Raab, Ma ... ... ,.,,,,,. ,.,., A,-. At tne Miami wouuui
da; Mrs Jando, Schwa,-/ and followed in the ftarn^ tftot. Ac- ^ h(iUSi. ;n ,,u. Fiesta
Irs. Irving U man, Junio! tIve P,,b" Arthur 4h^n Monday' !? ^
adassah' Mrs -\ Cannes and ser, Sam Wolff, Arthui Schoen. RIine, membership chairman, ex
abbi Leon Kro sh oroBram; Dan Roth, Louis Gold and W,l- esged the need for addil
kk k-'vn,^h i n'-e< pamo I-1"' Dobrow. Surviving in addi- numerical strength among Jew
abb, K.ons! I. n, i> camp o( ^ .
Dance and Fashion Show
Scheduled Third Time
Twice postpone due t
clement weather le d
fashion show of : e Emma Laz-
arus i h ipter B'm B'rith
ness and professioi .1 women will
be held Saturday. Ictobei 18. 8
t the Vet les Hotel. A
surprise program planned for
tl e in' wl o attc I.
As previously i d Coronet
girls will model
E i arnoi'- (iuesl
elude Mercedes
Davidson and 1
orchestra will fun
old tickets will b
tion I i her daughter, Mrs. Roth
:' M mi Beach, are two brothers
Abe Dol row oi Pahokee and Sam
Of Daytona Beach, and
i sisl Mrs Ai thur Schoen, of
Wi P m B ich.
ISADOR SCHOR
Scl..... '" Prnnaj I-
H.vlvan u> .i i" i men hanl from
\ .1.. i it ins home
\i sui Inn are li
>! Mill
ol Ml
111
M
11 i rd li and
Anna i' Con-sin, all
p ti \ i s
i: i \ i -\;. Memorial
' i
tars will in-
,'lior. Chuck
eddie Calo's
music. All
ii ed.
Phone J*
1901
ABRAHAM ABE ADELSON
\. i. Miami
l Ei Si h Vork i *lt>
Hi I- survived by
his v iti two daughters,
Am> ( Miami Reach; two
sisli lioth Iving in Sew Vork
He wi ii 'ii. m I hi Knights of
md Viasoi SHrvlces will
be .>I lIi Mi in' i.ii chapel

MRS. ESTHER BECKER
: \|. i Idlan .iv.' Miami
Survived l>\ foui sons, Joseph,
\ Vo I California; li.-i
and Prederli h
ine ighter, Vn na Sti i
llld -:-'.-i. Ra
ill iky. B ..... .ii. S V
re I i M imla> ai Rlvei -
Interment rol*
VV.....Hi a n Park i emetei >

WALTER STERN
i' u .in illness "f several
...... Walt pi -' forme, Miami
l>h togra her, diwl Saturda>
i Igh, hi S <". Mr. si.'i n
i i" wife, Mrs F> led
Sti Inter Nathan Blomberg
of Mi.ii I leach bin mol her, Mrs S
\ hi \ N <' ; a sisters
Mrs n da (Sold nlth and Mis Mo,
ds I, -,. both of Ashi-% Hie; and
Sam Stern, "f Si v. k
ly.
ish women to the Hadassah
cause. Those unable to attend
the affair are urged to send in
their application an> timi
month, or be present ai the next
meeting, according to Mis. Kline,
who may be reached by phoning
2-1075.
Sew offirers for thi
Ml -' Joseph i Mr"
l >a\ ,.l Sernaki Mrs n i' U- '
Mi Prank K llni vli-i -pn sldcntf
Mrs Siilni I.- I I surei M -
i:.i F omi rinanilal Mm
In Ing (Jenet, rw-oi illnc
Mi Fred (R-h orn -i......ling
i.o
Membi rs < thi boanl n Mrs Ma x
Shapiro, program Mi P mi N K
membership; Mrs Se, aki *. 111li All-
yah; Mis || ( Moser, II M Mn
II.i old Cohen, Ji i'!i Sal mil Fund;
Mi Joel Belo> Mrs .1 i< k Schiff.
and Mr- Morris Welnbei ii
affairs and edui-nllon Mr* Sormni'
Jacobs .na Mi- Harr> tiordon, Pal.-
tine supplies Mrs Hi il......bllil
wi Ifare Mrs. Hen levltaii. H and
l\ i-'ii Mrs l^ouls Rubin, ho
tallt) Mrs. Vlctoi ia Mi II, ire. s. and
Miss Ada Ann ksti i ; ibl
Also Mrs All..n I. idd Mi Id I
Hai Ii Mrs Mai tin J P hn in, Mi -
Simon April, Mrs Mis Peingo I, Mis
Fund, Mrs S Pi kii, Mm \l
Mrs il llarilcn, Mrs n
Hohauser. Mi n Ma n lei Un
Mrs |... ii, Kotk ... Mm II \|
Mrs M Roven, Mrs til M
Mrs Sol Rovln, Mrs Hi in rd Sti
Mrs M Towel and .\l M Van
tB mil.
Il, ...i
ill, Mlili
,| i....
HENRY STRAUSS
. \-- IT, retln Iding ., I" s' w
Seventl a vi Kepi
ir an till -.'... ., ,..,,.
He hai ded i \l
: i ii.p.. ere fm Vrllni
S .1 Sir ,| mhi,..
Miss Carol Straui Iwn
iihI Hai rj Rtrausi< a i of \l i ml In-
terment as in Ml Si Imi i nil tl J

RALPH ISBERG
1405 Kuclld avi Ml in i P.i n
I ..w.i Sepl Ii I i. .
Husband Pi Iwla, fal i
Gn I and Max of Miami Hi I:
erl owl Mrs I C 1: id 11. 11..11.
brother of Sam of hi troll

SAMUEL BERNSTEIN
11 il i i.i-.oi dr., passi-d nwa> New
t. H-- 1 Mi:.....
resident foi i-l m \
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Your clothes are Carefully assorted in the Right Wav
Wc use the Purest soap available.
Only 100% Soft Water is used for washing your clothes.
We double wash your clothes.
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MIAMI
Mr. and Mrs. Braunstein
Announce Bar Mitzva
Jonathan Jay, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Braunstein, 1942 S. W.
17th Street, will be Bar Mitzva
Saturday morning at the Beth
David Synagogue A reception
wiH be held following the cere-
mony and 'h*' Braunsteins will
hold open house on Sunday from
iwo t four.
Coming here to attend the Bar
Mitzva arc Mr. and Mrs. I. Seal-
fon, Columbus, Ohio, and Mr.
and Mrs. S. Felman. Pittsburgh,
Pa. Mrs. Sealon and Mrs. Felman
are sisters of Mrs. Braunstein.
r,. two couples are stopping at
the Shelbourne Hotel, Miami
Beach, where they will remain
for a month's vacation.
Brown Post No. 174
To Honor War Dead
To honor the war dead of
Greater Miami, the Jewish War
Veterans, Norman Bruce Brown
Post No. 174 has re-established.
their World War I Honor Guard.
Participation in the Armistice
Day cell oration and opening of
the Rickenbacker Causeway, No-
vember 11. will be their first pub-
lic appearance.
Military service provides eight
flying nun and a bugler; also a
i aplain if desired. Commander
of the guard is Walter Stewart
and vice commander is Obbie
Rosenthal, post commander. Ad-
jutant is Hi Morris; quarter-
master, Frank Klun. Eddie Le-
vine and Jack Burd are in charge
of public relations.
Families who will have the
remains of relatives returning
from overseas that they wish to
have honored are advised to con-
tact Mr. Stewart, 4840 S. W. 4th
St., 3-4370; Mr. Rosenthal. 4850
S. W. 4th St., 3-7912; or the post
directly.
The post is named after form-
er commander Nat Brown's son
.'. o was killed in the service of
his country.
"Y" Features Skating
Holler skating every Wednes-
day evening is the feature of the
outdoor program of the Miami
Beach "Y." Other athletic, social
and recreational activities are
now taking place at the outdoor
play ana at 1 Lincoln Road until
the new building at 1536 Bay
Road is completed.
Skating and outdoor activities
in open to the public, with new
skates furnished free to the mem-
ber hip upon presentation of
card.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. Sth St.
Phone 2-7439
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New Members Presented
Beth Tfilah Sisterhood
Report of past activitic- a.-,d
plans for this .., art work fiiM
the agenda of the first meeting
the Beth Tfilah Sisterhood at
October 8, Mr>. Rachel Katz of.
ficiating in the absence of the
president, Mrs. s Shapiro intro-
duced Rabbi Joseph E. Hacto.
sky who addressed the gathennt
New mi n esented were
Mrs. Ida Diamond, Mrs. Yeiu
Freed man, Mrs. Helen Needle-
man, Mrs. Anna :>y:cr, Mrs. Dora
Raboff, Mis R i i Schneider and
Mrs. R. Balal
Refreshment were served by
Mrs. Louis I.u s, :.tary and
Mrs. Katz. Nexl Mttins of the
sisterhood Wedne-dar,
October 22. 2 p m. at I
gogue. 835 Euclid Ave, Miami
Beach.
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FR]DAY, OCTOBER 17, 1947
*Jewistifiorldfann
PAGE SEVEN
to'
;enter Activities
lives Full Program
Opening of the Miami Beach
lewish Center Sunday school on
,;,:;/, |2 was announced by
Sbbi Irving U-hrman and Alex
Can. A party was held for
children with a committee in
,,.,.,. consisting of Mrs. Sally
tier Mrs' Minnie Bloom. Mrs-
u- ,'is, y Mrs. Julius Seligman,
iJiu ir Tariyn, Gloria Wasserman
EdMn. Al Spitzer. Mr. Herbert
uckeiman, Educational Directoi
f the Center, greeted the chil-
. at assembly. Miss Marion
,,.,., ; Cantor Judah Gold-
in [ed the singing after which
, held and refresh-
ents v. VL-d-
Other activities at the center
elude a choral group for young
en and women to meet there
esday evening, October 28,
00 i> m. Mr. Zuckerman and
,. Joseph Schreibmen will
ide th' group. Plans are being
IIK1,. to tie m the musical activi-
,(,s wjth amatics and to pre-
. program material
< songs, ballads and
Palestinian music, according to
r, Zuck an.
Element; y Hebrew classes for
lull I.e. n:i is on Monday and
venings at 7:30 p.
. W,H n eel for the first time
.tobei 22 Fred Berkowitz of
,- Religious School staff, who
a i.umber of years in
will be in charge. Tuit-
(1 is I:
Rybbi Lehrman will address
..i opei in session of the week-
ly AZA BBG breakfast for boys
'ml girls over 13 which will be
i Ocl 19, 9:00 a. m. for the
ah service break-
(ISt.
Gables B. B. Auxiliary
Selects Temp. Officers
Mrs. Sam Schulefand was
elected temporary president of
the newly organized Coral Gables
Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith
at a meeting held at the home of
Mrs. Leonard GlieksUin.
Fifty two charter members
heard Mrs. Harry Gordon, past
f resident of District No. 5 B'nai
B'rith Women, tell of the nation-
al service programs undertaken
by the service organization. Mrs.
Sam Silver, past president of
Sholom Lodge Women's Chap-
ter in Miami, described the com-
munity service work and charit-
able and cultural programs of the
order. Rabbi Albert Michols, Di-
rector of the Hillel Foundation
at the University of Miami, spoke
on the functions of the 165 foun-
dations which function on the
college campuses to stimulate
good citizenship and religious
thought among students.
Other temporary officers elect-
ed at the meeting were: Mrs. A.
F. Wellins, Treasurer: Mrs. Mor-
ris Horwitz, Recording Secre-
tary; Mrs. A. W. Harris, Corre-
sponding Secretary.
Meetings of the group will be
held on the first Wednesday of
the month, 8 p. m., at the Hillel
Foundation, 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables.
Irving Firtel, Miami Beach
attorney and former hotel
owner, was named io succeed
Philip Chaplain as president of
the Miami Beach Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce at a meeting
of the board of directors Mon-
day night.
The Miami Beach Mixrachi
will hold its regular meeting
at 8 o'clock Saturday night at
Congregation Beth Jacob. 311
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
'm under the fictitious name <>f
IOME BEVERAOE SERVICE al I20C
S w l'.Hi Avenue Intend t<> register
"Old nnme with the Clerk of the Clr-
nil Court i.r Dnde County, Florida.
MYLES II PERLROTH.
SOL KRONEN.
REN KRONEN.
MEYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
> Hi.-neVK for Applicants.
10 17 24-31, ll/T-14.
Mayfair Bridge Club
MIAMI BEACH
UN COIN RCIAO ON THE OCEAN
|duruc-,. HUHBeR sjmoaa
.Bb.i"" BACKOAMMON
AL ROTH. DIRECTOR
Phone 48-2717
Wedding Rites Unite
Rosen Cooperburg
The afternoon wedding of Miss
Betty Rosen and Mr. Irwin Coop-
rburg, October 12, was followed
by a reception at the home of
ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Rosen, 1135 S.W. Sixth St..
and then by dinner for relatives
of the couple at the Garden res.
taurant. Rabbi S. M. Machtei
performed the ceremony.
Mrs. Cooperburg, a graduate of
Miami Senior High, was a stu-
ewlyweds At Home
following Northern Trip
.! d Mrs. Leonard DenisAdent of the University of Miami
rill be nl hi'ine at 3815 N. Merid- and a member of the Emanon
^aii Ave., upon their return from dub, Miami Beach. Mr. Cooper-
_ wedding trip in the North, burg, son of Mrs. Anna Cooper-
Pi II. Kaplan officiated DUrg 0f New York, attended City
fet theii arriage in the Shel- College of New York and served
ourne Hotel, September 13, n the navy for two years,
wed by a dinner
for the 75 guests.
Daughtei of Mr. and Mrs.
Jeorge C. Powell, 860 43rd Ct,
fiami Beach, the former Miss
Helm Powell was attended by
aunt, Mrs. Edith Glurstein
of New Y -. Mr. Denis, son of
. Samuel Denis,
Siami, uncle, Irving
Penis, : st nwn.
The bride, a graduate of the
Jniversity of Miami, received
pei master' degree in August
Fruni University. Hei
pusband i a veteran of six years
h |he Nav; Medical Corps.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN that
the undersigned, desiring i., engage
in business under the fictitious name
_ i\ I, MEAT MARKET, at 383
" V ntli St., Miami, Kin., intend to
-'' aald name with the Clerk of
Ihe ''ir. uii ("our! of Dnde County. Pla.
DAVE LOWV.
Snii- i ivgne.r
Ml-.l ERS. HEIMAN a KAPLAN,
Vttorueys for Aplllcanl.
I" 17-24-31. II 7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thrit
i. undersigned, desiring to engage
li islness under tin- fictitious name
FRIENDLEE CLEANERS *
AI'NDRY nt U!' N.W, 36th si.
laml, Pin., Intend to register said
ime with the Clerk ..r th.- Circuit
uil of Dnde r.....ity, Plorlda,
OERTRl'DE STEINOOLD,
Sole owner.
I 17-21-31. 11/7-14.
Renee Schwartz Engeged
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz.
1040 6th st., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Renee, to Mr. Harry-
Goodwin of New York City.
The bride-elect is a graduate
jf Miami Beach High School, and
attended the University of
Miami. She has been working for
an export firm in New York.
TROPICAL REALTY
Homes, Apartments,
Lots, Business
Opportunities
1731 S.W. Eighth Street
Phone 9-0629
(ON THE TRAIL)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in husiness under the fictitious name
.if MAGIC CITY SPECIALTY CO.,
al 1150 S.W. 23th Ave.. Miami, Pla.,
li tc 'i in register s:iiii name with
H.....lerk i.f the Circuit Court of
Nnde County, Plorlda.
MAI'RICE BRAITN8TEIN.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ,
\ nej for A ppllcant.
I" I 24-31. II 7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
iif RET) BIRD FOOD MARKET at
3833 I nl l:.....I, Miami. Florida, in-
lend In register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
ALBERT BARON
Tin 'MAS SERI iPULOS.
HARRY DIETZ,
Atiorne> for Applicants.
|0 IT 24-31, 11/7-14.
WILLIAM W. (BILL)
CHARLES
For CITY COMMISSIONER
War
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Native
Miamian
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Assistant
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rsons
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in THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
..... No. 19693.
in Re: Estate 31
CARRIE OOLDFARB,
Dee
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lo All Creditor! and All I'.
Having claims or Demand*
Again*! Said Esl ile:
You and eaoh of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, mav have mral>'**t the
estate of CARRIE goi.dfarh. de-
ceased late of Miami, Dade County,
H..i iiln, to the lion. \V. F. BU.\'l'u.\,
county Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in hi* office in the
i ounty Courthouse in Dade Ci unti
Florida, within eight calendar months
*he *" of iiie iisi publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
......' '' legal a ..Mess hi' the
claimant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforesaid, or same ;ii be
barred, si- Sectl.....20 of the 1931
Pn bate Act.
Date, October 14, a. d 1947
EVELYN GOODMAN (nee OOLD-
FARB), TIIKI.MA KESSLER
8IDONIA 8TEINBACH and
RUTH ADLMAN.
As of the l.ast Will ami Testament
of Executrixes, carrie GOLD-
I'Altll. Deceased
THEODORE J. SfAKoWIT/.,
Attorney for Executrixes
10/17-24-31. il/7.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS H IREBT GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
in business 11111I1 1 the fictitious name
of p. & B. AMI SE5MENT CO. (Not
Inc.) at numbe, 1867 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida; Intend to reg-
Ister the saiil ......e with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
I-'HA.NK SA1.LANO
MAROARK1 BCHABFER
PAUL WEIT/.MAN,
Attorney for Applicants.
'l-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMi LAW
NOTICE IS 11
the undersigned, 1
business under I
BAYSIDK mil !
Commerce Btreet
Intend to regiai
the Clerk of the I
County, Flotilla.
10/3-10-17-24.
;kebt qiven that
egtnng to engage In
fictitious name of
I. ROOMS at S.'ill
Miami Beach, Pla.,
said name with
11 run Court nl Dade
JACK 8IEOEL.
ROSE SIEOEL.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage
in husiness under the fietltious name
of HOUSE OP WATCHES, al SS9
S'eylMild Building, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
1'ounty. Plorlda.
SAIL BELENKE,
ELLIOT PEARL.
PRANK BOLOMON,
Attorney for Applicant-.
Hi/Hi-17-24-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIHIll-.i;i QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In husiness under the fictitious name
of COMMUNITY BENDIX LAUNDRY,
at It N.E. llth Street, Miami, Plorlda,
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ARTHUR ZWBIOENTHAL,
Sole Owner.
FRANK BOLOMON.
Attorney for Applicant.
10/10-17-24-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in husiness under the ln-tltioiis name
of It. & It. Motors, al 930-944 Weal
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register said name itli the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Ploridu.
ROBERT .1. REESE.
A. C. RIDol.F.
PRANK BOLOMON,
Attorney for Applicants.
10/10-17-24-31. 11,7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tile undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BLACKSTONE PHARMACY AND
LUNCHEONETTE at 850 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
(MAX WOOI.F.
RAE Wool. I'.
SHIRLEY WOOLP,
Attorney for Applicants.
10, ln-17-24-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
himim'ss under the fictitious name of
VRCAY APARTMENT HOTEL, at
043 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
Pla., Intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
1 Dade County. Florida.
ARCAY REALTY Co., INC.
By: RUBIN SMUCKLER
President
Applicant
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
9/19-36 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOUSE OF NOVELTIES at 923-
925 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Plorlda,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County, Florida.
MAX GOLDSTEIN.
Sole Owner.
HARRY DIET/.,
Attorney for Applicant,
Congress Building,
Miami, Florida.
10/10-17-24-31. 11/1.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
>f SCREWBALL RESTAURANT al
J200 Northwest 27th Avenue, Miami,
Florida Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
JOHN WILSON.
SAM HOROWITZ.
/26 10/3-10-17-24.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
In business under the fi titious name
if JACK THE WEAVER at 2420 N.E.
Secon.l Avenue, Miami. Florida. In-
endt to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JACK W QREESON.
WASMAN. SILVER .s SAKOWITZ,
Attorneys for Applicant.
9/26 10/3-10-17-24.
O
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sgfros.
* Is the BEST?
IN THE CIRC!
ELEVENTH .1
IN AND FOR
FLORIDA. IN
No
ORDER OP
n Re: Adoption
In Re: Adoption
J.MARCIA CAR
TV DAVID LIT
Brooklyn, Ne
Y'hi ar.- hereb]
appearance or an
for the adoption
MARCIA CAR01.
Freeman on or In
October, 1:147. ol
tlons of said bill n ill b
iiss.-ii against yo ..
I 'ne and Oril. ,| this Is
T COURT OF THE
> I'H'I.W. CIRCUIT,
DALE COUNTY,
'IIANCERY.
:12065
PUBLICATION
ir a Minor Child,
of a Minor Child,
. I.I I "TON.
1 IN, '.'I'll Avenue A.
Y.nk.
ideted to file your
11 to ihe Petition
f a minor child,
UPTON, by Ixiuls
me the SOth day of
rwlse the allega-
taken as eon-
I letoliel',
1947
E. r.
Clerk
I :
t, day
of
LEATHERMAN.
Ihe Circuit Court.
M C. QREEN,
DeputJ Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
GEORGE .1. TAIJANOPP,
Solicitor for Petitioner,
10/3-10-17-24.
NOTICE UNDTR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY QIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under
Of NEW ERA
8491 S.W. i;th :
Intends to reglati
Cl.-rk of the Cir;
County, Florida.
HARRY D1ETZ.
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Building,
Miami. Elm la .
10/10-17-24-31. II I.
ihe fictitious name
IYDROPONICB at
t, Miami, Pla.,
aid name with the
lit Court of Dade
JACK N. WEST.
Sole owner.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 16370
Re: Estate of
EDWARD SAN BORN HICKET,
1 ceased.
Notice of Intention to Make Applica-
tion For Final Discharge.
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
we have filed mi final report and
petition for Final ilscharge as Execu-
tiicns of the estai ..f EDWARD BAN-
BORN HICKEY, deceased; and that
on the 10th da) of November, 1947
we will apply to the Honorable w f
Blanton, County .1 Jge of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, for a, oval of said final
report ami for mal discharge as
Bxecutriciea of thi Estate of Edward
Sanlii.rn Hiik.y. .-ceased.
This Mil da}
FLORENCE I
MILDRED HI
ROXANNA II
MARX M. FEIN I
Attorney For 1: i-utrlcles.
Ill 111-17-24-31.
tober, 1947
KEY Mi-NALLY.
KEY HURLEY.
KEY O'CONNOR
IRQ,
COURT OP THE
ICIAI. CIRCUIT.
I'ADE COUNTY,
HANCBRY
1971
IN THE CIRCUIT
ELEVENTH .11
IN AND Fill:
FLORIDA. IN '
No,
DAVID DEBLI.M It.
Plaintiff,
vs.
SOPHIE DEBLINiiER,
Del. inlant.
TO: Si IPHIE I EI LINGER
::"-* Hawthorne street,
Brooklyn, New York.
You are hereby notified and reipiired
to appear to the Bill of Complain!
filed in the abovt styled cause, on or
before o,-t,,i..... -.'7 .-'17. otherwise the
Bill of Complaint Will he taken as
confessed against you. I.et this order
be published once 1 week for not less
sillies- Vc weeks In The
lewish Florldian.
lished In Dade 1
I -lied tills I5th
1947.
1 newspaper pub-
unty, Florida.
lay of September.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clei i -.f circuit Court.
By M. C, QREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
(C.C.Seal.)
MAN,
MILTON A. FRIEI
Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida
It/26 10/3-10-17.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
NO. 112194
ROSE HOFFMAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Li:o C HOFFMAN,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: LEO C. HOI I'M AN,
c/o Hotel Ani-rson.
166 West 7Mli Street,
New York. N. Y.
Y'ou are hereby notified
quired to appear to the Bill
plaint filed in (tie !mve styled cause,
on or in fore Nov.ii her 10, 1947. other-
wise the Bill of '' implal it III tie
taken as ionfc-M against you, Let
this order he pub lied once .1 week
for not less tli- loin successive
weeks In The ..'. Ish Florldian, a
newspaper publish 1 In Dade County,
Plorlda.
Dated this 9th dn
E. B I.
Clerk of 1
By
(C.C. seal)
and re-
of Tom-
MILTON A FRH. MAN.
Attorney-at-l/iw.
ton Seybold Bl
Miami. Florida.
10/10-17-24-31.
of 1 irtotier. 1947.
VTHERMAN,
1 'In- lit Court.
1 c QREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
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+Jewisti Ikii I, ki
PAGE NINE
Miami Rabbis
ature of Beach
PiiaiirHth Lodge
Vi .,,,i Beach Lodge of B'nai
f.hwill launch their fall pro-
ms with a forum on the sub-
"pacina The Future of Juda-
, America," featuring five
Ibis of this area, on Tuesday
Bber 21st, 8:15 p. m. at the
ai, Beach Jewish Center
fcrticipating in the town-hall
forum will be Dr. Jacob H.
,1 m rabbi emeritus, Temple
,.i '(Reform); Rabbi Leon
nish Temple Beth Sholom,
beral'j; Rabbi Irving Lehr-
, Miami Beach Jewish Cent-
Conservative); Rabbi Moses
gel eloff, Congregation Beth
b (Orthodox); Rabbi Joseph
Kackovsky, Con gregation
Hh Tfllah (Orthodox).
Starry Zukernick, Miami Beach
mm program chairman, will
, ,)derator. Various as-
i the future of Judaism in
United States will be pre-
5led by Uw speakers, accord-
u io /ukernick. Jewish educa-
m Zionism, the synagogue, and
'problem of interfaith rela-
s will highlight the talks, to
. followed by a question-and-
LWer session, with the audience
hitinpating.
[li is hoped that this type of
bum discussion will stimulate
f'nai B'rith members and their
[lends to consider seriously the
kt(. 0f Jewish tradition and our
heritage in this country,"
|id Walter Kovner, President
the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
l-rith. ...
short business session will
the forum, according to
Eovner, and there will be recog-
jjtion of the 105th anniversary of
J'nai B'rith, which was founded
bi October 13th, 1843.
Admission is free and the pub-
lic is invited.
"O" TYPE BLOOD
An emergency appeal for
"O" type blood was issued by
Dr. John Elliott, manager of
the Dade County blood bank.
"We've had an exceptional-
ly large demand for that type,"
Dr. Elliott said.
Donors are requested to re-
port at the blood bank, 17S0
N. W. 10th Ave., between 8:30
a. m. and 5 p. m. If necessary
transportation may be obtain-
ed by calling 8-1631.
Miami Service League to
Discuss Dinner Dance
The Miami Service League will
hold a regular meeting at the
home of Mrs. Kate Golden, 1327
S. W. 3rd Street, Monday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock. Members are
urged to bring in all outstanding
monies for the forthcoming din-
ner-dance tickets.
The affair, scheduled for No-
vember 2nd, will be held at the
Copa Cabana. Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
president of the League, asks
early reservations in order to
facilitate seating arrangements.
Tickets may be secured by call-
ing Mrs. John Temple at 48-4576.
The shows stars Allen Gale, Mrs.
Leon Kaplan, Mrs. George Chert-
kof and Mrs. John Temple com-
pose the committee in charge of
the affair.
Center Sisterhood
Installed Monday
Plans for the installation ban-
quet to be given in honor of new
officers of the Sisterhood of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center at
the Shelbourne Hotel, Monday,
12:30 p. m., were completed by
the board at a luncheon held for
them by Mrs. B. B. Wolfe, 1435
Alton Rd., last week.
Harry Roger, well known piano
entertainer is to be featured, ac-
cording to Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
program chairman. Cantor Jacob
Y. Goldring will give several
vocal selections; Rabbi Lehrman
is to be principal speaker for the
afternoon. Mrs. Samuel Weisen
and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe will
serve as toastmistresses.
Mrs. Ira Walsey is the new
president and Mrs. M. S. Rubin,
honorary president. Other of-
ficers to be installed are: Mrs.
Lehrman, first vice pres.; Mrs.
Raymond Rubin, second vice
pres.; Mrs. Arthur Klein, third
vice pres.; Mrs. George Goldberg,
treasurer; Mrs. Benjamin Kohn,
financial sec; Mrs. Seymour Ru-
bin, recording sec; Mrs. Samuel
Oka, social secy.; Mrs. Jack Falk
and Mrs. William Feuer, corre-
sponding secretaries; and Mrs.
Joseph Rose, chaplain.
80.000 Total Expected
As Registration Closes
With over 75.000 voters al-
ready registered for Miami
city elections on Nov 18 and
25, county officials expect a
total of close to 80.000 before
the books close on Oct. 18.
Registration books have been
removed from the precincts,
but are still available at the
courthouse office of the county
supervisor of registration. If
you have not already register-
ed, you can get in under the
wire today or tomorrow.
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lalpern Chosen To
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Washington Ave. association,
flkli.imi Beui'h business and pro-
essional men's civic improve-
ment group recently elected Abe
lalpern as president. Dr. Morris
Goodman, retiring president, is
|the new vice president.
Other officers are C. L. Devin
land E. N. Mathews, also vice
(presidents, and J. F. Mathews,
Secretary-treasurer. Dr. Maurice
KU-in has been named honorary
director.
Bureau Holds Hebrew
High School Classes
Hebrew High School classes
established by the Bureau of
Jewish Education last year have
resumed their sessions on Mon-
day, October 13. Continued regis-
tration will take place during
this week and the week of Octo-
ber 20.
One class meets at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid
Ave., Miami Beach, on Mondays,
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30
P. M. The other class meets in
Miami, at the Peninsular Insti-
tute, 223 E. Flagler St., Room 312,
on Mondays, Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 2 P. M.
Requirements for enrollment
are: Graduation from a Talmud
Torah or Hebrew School or
equivalent education, and the
minimum age requirement is 13.
Further information can be
had by calling the Bureau of
Jewish Education3-5858.
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PAGE TEN
Bureau Provides
Transportation
Transportation to and fro- the
Beth David Congregation, 135 N.
Emanon Club Sponsors
Moonlight Dance
Dancing undi
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be I I
W. 3rd Ave., and the M:am: Jew- the Miami V M :
Orthodox Congregation, 1545 Robert R
S W. 3rd St., will be- proceed ft
by the Bureau of Jewish Bfluca- ^, Ha
tion.
Children for the Beth David
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tola on .Monday and Ocl >er 22
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Silver Bluffs 3:10 p. m.
Shenandoah Jr Hi 3:18 p. m.
Shenandoah El. 3:25 p. m.
Coral Way 3:32 p. m.
c ... : .- th Miami Jew- sec.; Yvette L
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and Th I
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Washington Atb. at 13th 8t
Miami Beach
Aid for your convenience
" rt'.:- Brother's New Ap-
dhtp] and Arcessnry Store
70 E. Flarler St. Miami
"Our Inter-group Tension in
Dade CountyA Threat to the
Community" was the topic of
the bi-weekly broadcast of the
Miami Roundtable, Saturday.
October II, at 7:00 p. m. over
WIOD.
Harold Shapiro. Clyde At-
kins, and Rev. Edward W. Ull-
rich were the speakers; Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, moderator.

MIAMI BEACH
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With thousands of apartments vacant. Landlords, greedy for
lush winter rentals, are holding them back ... A local woman,
evicted from her home, recently died from exposure ... A
court jury recently evicted 10 families ... A FORCEFUL
organization of tenants is the only means to combat the money-
mad landlords There IS such a group, striving to help ALL
tenants get a square deal Join today by sending S3.00 for
a year's membership and help stop the march of greed.
MIAMI-MIAMI BEACH TENANT LEAGUE
MAX GOODMAN. President
130S Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Florida
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Beth Sholom
Religious School
Faculty Named
th, open-
SholomRe-
thii Sunday, Mrs.
j :-:::. Chairman of the Re-
and Rabbi
leader,
anointment
v j. Greenberg as
I the Religious ;;nd Head Teacher
-trr.ent.
-e oi
n active
':'
5. He received
is Hebrew training at Graetz
d Dropsie College and
in educa-
T pie Univi rsity. He
served ocipal of '.'re Jew-
: and in
-.the
Education in
.: ;.. : Dell vitt has been
head the Nursery
School which is sponsored by the
- ;i, under the
: Mrs. E. Allen
,: bails from
live in
Jewish education for
She is a graduate of
ervatory ol Mu-
llege of J idies,
tivi in youth
ictivities in C i '.?o.
.',' ssistanci fa staff
of 17 etent teachers. Mr. ,
expects to intensify;
f religious educa-
initial a program of .
tivities in crafts,
dramatic, music and journalism. |
f^AY,_OCTOBalQ
of Hadassah heard
Mrs. Irving Lehrman at a lunch-
Ocl bet 7th at Mor.tmartre.
T mi-monthly meeting of
thi I. rth Benevolent So-
held Monday evenfrlg.
Davi phi w of Miss
be<:. pledged
to Tau Epsilon fral at the
I I
idd a card
night. Mrs.
in charge
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Progress Made On
Negro Youth Center
Wish the mailing of thousands
I letters in Dade County, the
' campaign to raise $50,000 to com-
tbe Negro Youth Center in
Dixie Park has moved into full
stride.
The letters were mailed by the
Write Race Advisory Commit-
tee, formed to assist the Negro
.ice Council in completing
:,-.e V ut. Centerthe only place
in the county for supervised
ro youth recreation.
An architect has already don-
ated plans for the Youth Center,
City of Miami has donated
the land, a contractor has waived
(it on the construction, and
the Negro Service Council has
mpleted the first wing of the
When completed and
equipped, the center will pro-
vide space and facilities for a
comprehensive program of di-
ic-cted youth activities, it is re-
ported "by Clyde A. Epperson,
chairman of the White Race Ad-
. Committee.
J E. Preston heads the commit-
tee of the Negro Service Council,
while A. L. Reynolds is the coun-
cil president.
Epperson said it would be im-
possible to direct letters to all
nts of the county in the
fund appeal and requested that
contributors mail checks direct
to the Negro Service Council.
843 Ir.graham Bldg.. Miami.
Edward T. Graham, executive
secretary of the Negro Service
Council, announced that a cam-
paign is being conducted among
Negroes to obtain their contribu-
to the fund.
PALM BEACH NEWS
1 Zionists met Tuesday
night t S ei Hall, M. B. Stein-
. lent, was in charge. A
sentative of Hagar.ah was
speaker of the evening. A lecture
by Pierre Var. Passen will be
by the group later in

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The legal chr.. .,",l,'l
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ed, according to Albert R^
ste.kcha.rman of ,,e cLaj
. J** fi"t tw"o clinics *m v.
held on Oct. 2* and xov^
the county ,/ '
opening at 8 p rr. Ml4
Circuit Jifdge Stanle, Mau,
w.ll discuss "Selected SubS
in Equity" at the first cl- r ,
Joe Creel, former OPa '2^
will talk on -Landlord aid-
ant Proceeding, -**
Bernstein said it l^wL
that the clinics could &
some outstanding lectareB^
national reputation in thei- w"
specialties." &L
The clinics are open to H
members of the bar and ]?
cents. Serving with BenwenTi
the committee are Sid-ev J
Berger. vice-chairman; \v
A. Herin, secretary; D_- V
Batchelor, William H K DomR
son. J Carrington Gramlir*
Louis J. Hector. W. Raleigh P
teway. J. Harvey Robillard, w:.
liam B. Roman, Montague Roseii.
berg, Louis Snetman, Harold B
Spaet. William C. Steel a'd
Joseph A. Wanick.
Delegates Are Selected
Mrs. Zelda Leiorr.an
Li'na Minses are the delcnte
from Club No. 2 of the P
W .men's Organiz I n :' .
tine of Greater Miami for
10th annual convention in St
Louis. Octobe 2-'"
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)AY, OCTOBER 17, 1947
rijaini"11" Kiectcd
Fi JWB Board
r BomUheld at the De-
t1' U-i here on October 11,
f ,iY today concluded an
KS i took them through
fe, of a proposed state-
J priciplS defining the
ti of the Jewish Commun-
Ker panels on particular
iST facing Jewish Centers
I, uulh, and the election of
Ri for the next year. Repre-
Sore than 40,000 mem-
t of 17 Jewish Centers in nine
C,cn states, the delegates
KtionaUy known speakers
tent various aspects of Jew-
f^enter-communlty relation-
i;mbcl.ship and Budgeting
Ih Ira Trivers, president of
Tchattanooga Jewish Com-
L Center, as chairman, and
ft apian, president of the
fn,i YM and YWHA as dis-
i the election of officers, Mr.
L waa named to continue in
b'., ,< president. Barney Me-
T' co-chairman of the Atlanta
Li.'h Educational Alliance, was
bud chairman of the Board.
Em l Permutt, of Birming-
n and R. William Apte, of
hiii were re-elected vice-
Li lents: Wolfe Lefkoff, of
Ittanooga, Daniel Schlangcr,
fciclcnt of the Houston Jewish
Lr and Dr. William A. Wcx-
president of the Savannah
Iwish Educational Alliance,
lc named to that office for a
It term. Harry Norr, of New
E ns, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
Miami, were re-elected sccrc-
i ;,nd treasurer respectively.
TO ATTEND U of M
Lb-iut 7500 students have cn-
id for this semester at the
|viisity of Miami, according
egistrar K. Malcolm Beal.
figure includes only stu-
| IT schools, and
in the adult education
Regi t rat ion for all
kes, v.: ich was held open for
Jextra week, closes this Satur-
I, Oct. llth. at 11 a. m.
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|e Sell. Rent and Tune Pianot
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
WEAVER PIANOS
MARKLEY'S
2900 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5951
B. B. Debbs Chapter
Reschedule Membership
Debbs Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women has scheduled
their semi-annual membership
tea for Sunday, October 19th, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Miss Trudi Lach, first vice-presi-
dent.
The event, which had been
postponed due to last Sunday's
weather, will cany out the orig-
inal plans, and will be held at
the home of Miss Lee Weinthal,
6200 N. W. Miami Place, from 3
to 5 p, in,
Miss Marjorie Weinstein, co-
chairman of membership is di-
recting the "double-feature" pro-
gram, which will include an 'old
time movie" and an original -kit,
entitled: "The Melting Pot."
"Selected short subjects" will
round out the afternoon's enter-
tainment.
Taking part are the Misses
Rosalyn Morris, Charlotte Sand-
ier, Edythe Feldman, Rita Jo
Quartin, Arline Cohen, Marjorie
Weinstein and Paula and Trudi
Lach. Miss Dolly Fishbein, presi-
dent, will address the group.
Miss Doris Brown heads the re-
freshment committee and Miss
Charlotte Sandier, publicity.
Aged Play Host To Auxiliary
TAX CLASS OPENS
An evening class on Federal
Income Tax will open Oct. 23, at
the Peninsular Institute, 223 E.
Flagler St., Miami. The inten-
sive eight-weeks' course, which
has been approved for veterans,
will deal with federal 'tax law
and practice. Registration will
be open at the Institute offices
Monday to Friday from 10 a. m.
to 8 p. m., and on Saturdays to
2 p. m.
Hadassah B & P Schedule
Public Cultural Meeting
A Cultural Meeting of the
Business and Professional Wo-
men's Division, Miami Chapter
of Hadassah, will be held at the
Miami Y on Monday evening,
October 20th, at 8:30 p. m.
Mrs. Harvey (Tilliel Brock,
Cultural Chairman, announced
that Mr. Gilbert Balkin, of the
Anti-Defamation League will
speak on "The Jews and De-
mocracy." The meeting will be
open to the general public.
The New Building of the Jewish Home for the Aged.
Residents of the newly-erected building of the Jewish Home
for the Aged at 335 S. W. 12th Avc. will play host to members of
the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary of the home on Tuesday, Oct.
21 at 1:30 p. m. This will be the first opportunity for members to
see the Homo completed and in operation.
Miss Ruth Brotman, soprano and Dr. Paul Beck, European tenor,
accompanied by Miss Anyuta Melicov, will present a musical pro-
gram. Refreshments will be served.
B.B.Y.M. TO GIVE
"HALLOWEEN WHIRL"
It will be nard to tell which
is witch when the masks are
donned at "T h c Halloween
Whirl," informal dance to be
given by Alex Rosenberg Chap-
ter No. 28, B'nai B'rith Young
Men, on Nov. 1 in the Dcauville
Room of the MacFadden-Deau-
ville Hotel. Guests will come dis-
guised as themselves, and will
take on new personalities only
after the masks and favors are
given them at the door.
"The Halloween Whirl" is first
in a series of social functions to
raise funds for the Chapter's
planned community service pro-
gram.
MIAMI STATION WAGON SHOP
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HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES
Conducted by
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Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays
Beachat Miami Beach Jewish Center, 6:30 P. M.
Miamiat Peninsular Institute, 223 E. Flagler St., 4:00 P. M.
Requirements: Graduation from Talmud Torah or equivalent
education
Information: Bureau of Jewish Education 3-5858
%d Randolph B.

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Law offices of Berick and
Shapiro are now located at the
Mercantile Bank Building, 420
Lincoln Rd.
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Inez B. Spencer, specialist LAW OFFICES SHARED
on rent cor.trcl wit] the OPA. E. n,,d A Frank and Albert
M. Lehrman, Miami Biach at-
will share a suite of of-
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will address the members of
the Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith
Luncheon Club on Friday,
October 17ih at 12:1S p. m.. in
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PAGE TWO ^hniittkridiam V "ii • tttoAY^ TQBPp 17 Miss Rosen Wed Miss Louise Rosen, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Abraham P. Rosen, 3541 Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach, was married Oct. I n. Mr. Milton A. Meyer, son of Mis. Isaac Meyer and the late Mr, Meyer, of East Hampton, L. I e wedding took place on thy R.n.f Garden of the Hotel Pierre ii, New York City. The Rev. Dr. J X. Cohen of the Free Synaofficiated, The bride's sister, Miss Yetta Rosen, was of honor. Mr. Richard II dman was best man. Mrs. Meyer, a graduate of Goucher College and Columbia U versify, is the executive tary of the Educational Foundation for Jewish Girls, Mr. Meyer was graduated from the /ersity of West Virginia and member of Phi Beta Kappa. He was an artillery officer in ETO and was a captain when rei I, Hochman-Kronberg Betrothal Announced A barbecue in honor of the betrothal of Miss Rita Hochman to David Kronberg was held Sunday at the home of the brideelect's aunt. Mr s. Gertrude Michaels, 2171 S. W. 22nd Terrace. Announcement of then en ment was made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hochman, 927 Fourth St.. Miami Beai Mr. Kronberg is the son of Charles Kronberg, 1345 N. W. Fifth St. Miss Hochman attended schools in Jersey City and Miami. and the Pratt Institute of Art in Brooklyn. Her fiance, a graduate Of Miami schools, served in the army for four year.-. N datl has 1 een set for wedding. k Newlyweds Reside At Beach Hotel Mr, and Mrs. Sigmund Linder. Miami Beach, announce the re,., : marriagi ol their daughter, Anita, to Herman N. Weill, son ol Mrs Eugene Lyon of Miami Bea Henry D. Weill of Berne. Switzerlai d, X i ceri mony took place at 11, i j Congrei ition, and was followed by a dinner at the New Su 1! >tel. Miss Evelyn F. M. Weill, pister of the bridegroom, served as oi honor. Floyd Preston was bet nan for Mr. Weill. The : ewlyweds are residing at • i Su::c\ Hotel. I Gerald Miller To Become Bar Mitzva Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller announce the Bar Mitzva of their son, Gerald Sheldon at services Saturday, Oct. 18 at 10:30 a. m. at Temple Beth Sholom. A reception will be given on Sunday. Oct. 19. from 3 to (i p. m. at the Shelborne Hotel. Couple Tour Florida Following Wedding Now on a honeymoon tour of Florida are the Milton Finks who were joined in wedlock last Sundas by Rabbi Leon Kronish at the Slielborne Hotel. She is the former Miss Shirley Kahn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Kahn. 1135 S.W. Sixth St. Mr. Fink is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fink. Savannah, Ga. Miss Marcy Frank and Miss Lee Aronoff attended the bride. Bunny Fink was his brother's best man; Lloyd Apple and Stanlev Kolber ushered. Mis. Arthur Apple kept the guest book and Marx Feinberg was vocal soloist. Guests at the wedding included the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ulman, Mr. and Mrs. [sadore Weitz. Mr. and Mrs. Myer Shensky, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cranman. Miss Velma Abraham. Miss Sarah Sklansky and Miss Sarah Lavine. all of Savannah, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kowalsky, Utica. N. Y. Dinner at the hotel for relatives and guests followed. GAME PARTY FOR SCHOOL Miami Hebrew school and Junior Congregation will hold a gam< party Monday evening, October 20." 8:00 p. m.. pn of which will go to tin' building fund of the new synagogue. 1101 S. W. 12th Ave. Ben Ston is chairman of the affair to v. all members and friends are inPersonally Speaking... Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, 334 20th St., have returned from a month's vacation at Schroon Lake in the rondacks, and in New York City. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Paul Katz, 728 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, Robert Gordon On Carolina Honeymoon just Adivited. Mi and Mrs. Herbert Robei 1 I I MI w ill make their home tin1' Hotel after honey moon .i. Noi th Carolina. Tile foi mer Mi Cla e Bandel, daughtei i %  •! Dais ii II. Bandel and Mr n. son ..I Mi and Mrs. Geo. G n. both of Miami Beach I Sepl 21st in tin 1' %  I I Hotel by Rabbi Irving announce the bath of a daughter, Janet Lenore, on September Lehrman 17th at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Katz is the former ., „ .,.„ in mnrpi M.ss Sylvia Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cooper. ^S SHE J # • „*,. *r„„*„ „ '' M •''' ; : h sister, Mrs. RaphMr. and Mrs. Moms Rubin, 520 16th St., Miami Beach, have Bel N unes and Mrs. Milton Wasreturned from a three months' vacation. Accompan : ed by their : I the bridegroom, daughter, Estelle, they visited with married children in New ,:v "l %  'ma ol honor. The York, and then spent the remaining summer months at Hender'' Miss ,/MU -&I*WU NUMDAH RUOS $1 $4 Lovely, versal le fel rugs ablaze u.-.h Oriental tree o f-life design handworked with wool yam ; and imported from l" d,a Made of long-wearing W hair in three hand** scatter sizes to bring color and charm to you. uM • About 4x6 ft ft* • About 3x4 feet SI 0" • About 2x3 feet ft.., I tf



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)AY OCTOBER 17, 1947 rijaini" 11 Kiectcd Fi JWB Board r BomUheld at the Det 1 U-i here on October 11, f ,iY today concluded an KS i took them through fe, of a proposed stateJ p ri„ciplS defining the ti of the Jewish CommunKer panels on particular iST facing Jewish Centers I, uulh, and the election of Ri for the next year. RepreSore than 40,000 memt of 17 Jewish Centers in nine C, cn states, the delegates KtionaUy known speakers tent various aspects of Jewf^enter-communlty relationi; mbcl sh ip and Budgeting Ih Ira Trivers, president of Tchattanooga Jewish ComL Center, as chairman, and ft apian, president of the fn,i YM and YWHA as disi the election of officers, Mr. L waa named to continue in B'., ,< president. Barney MeT' co-chairman of the Atlanta Li.'h Educational Alliance, was bud chairman of the Board. EM L Permutt, of Birmingn and R. William Apte, of hiii were re-elected viceLi lents: Wolfe Lefkoff, of Ittanooga, Daniel Schlangcr, fciclcnt of the Houston Jewish Lr and Dr. William A. Wcxpresident of the Savannah Iwish Educational Alliance, lc named to that office for a It term. Harry Norr, of New E ns, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Miami, were re-elected sccrci ;,nd treasurer respectively. TO ATTEND U of M Lb-iut 7500 students have cnid for this semester at the |viisity of Miami, according egistrar K. Malcolm Beal. figure includes only stu| IT schools, and in the adult education %  Regi t rat ion for all kes, v.: ich was held open for Jextra week, closes this SaturI, Oct. llth. at 11 a. m. +Jewistirk>rl/*J HE IS THE DIRECTOR OF THE S. E. BRANCH OF FLA. CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY. HE TAKES GROUPS OF / %  NEEDY KIDS \\ ON REGULAR OUTINGS. HE KIDS CALL HIM, NCLE RAN" -9"MNESS FIRMS AND BY THE \ ^w "IT CIVIL SERVICE DIRECTOR... \"DAM" QTAMD^ FOR: -AW AID BLIND VETS TO OBTAIN \ ffAAf 51 ANUS r UH ALL 0 BE SURVEYED CLEARANCE BUREAU. ; INCREASED! OPPORTUNimO 10 _VET S •' MIAMI I EQUITABLE TAX ASSESSMENTS; THE MINIMIZING OF NEED FOR ADDITIONAL TAXESCONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT IN THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM; EXTEND THE WATER SYSTEM; AND SEWAGE SYSTEM, GIVE C.TY MANAGER MORE POWER N THE ADI'STRAT.ON OF CTY DEPTS.; REMOVAL OF DOWNTOWN R TgAOjg t**** to Port Focilit.es.) LAW OFFICES MOVED Law offices of Berick and Shapiro are now located at the Mercantile Bank Building, 420 Lincoln Rd. G. E. KXOWLES APPLIANCE SERVICE EASY WASHER SALES and SERVICE Repairs On ALL Makes of Washers and Electrical Appliances • ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prompt Service 10 S.W. 17th Ave. Ph. 3-5660 2~"-te^e 8Uh DRINK PLENTY OF Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE 85c 75c Plui Bortli Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS, Inc. "Clearing Lots Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ %  %  %  %  o —.._—.—.—._—J %  MMfHIl TOUBY I PAINTING 1 CORP. 1 E jggjpy* 35CCO LICENSED AmbmmSKBmsmm \ 669 N.W. 6^ Jfr-eefc. MIAMI 36, FLORIDA N 3 ll I HUB mi



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FR]D AY, OCTOBER 17, 1947 *Jewistifiorldfann PAGE SEVEN to' ;enter Activities lives Full Program Opening of the Miami Beach lewish Center Sunday school on ,;,:;/, |2 was announced by Sbbi Irving U-hrman and Alex Can. A party was held for children with a committee in ,,.,.,. consisting of Mrs. Sally tier M rs Minnie Bloom Mrs u,'is, y Mrs. Julius Seligman, IJIU ir Tariyn, Gloria Wasserman EdMn. Al Spitzer. Mr. Herbert uckeiman, Educational Directoi f the Center, greeted the chil. at assembly. Miss Marion ,,„.,., %  ; Cantor Judah Goldin „ [ed the singing after which held and refreshents v. VL-d Other activities at the center elude a choral group for young en and women to meet there esday evening, October 28, 00 i> m. Mr. Zuckerman and ,. Joseph Schreibmen will %  ide th' group. Plans are being IIK 1,. to tie m the musical activi, ( s w jth amatics and to pre. program material < songs, ballads and Palestinian music, according to r, Zuck an. Element; y Hebrew classes for lull I.e. n:i is on Monday and venings at 7:30 p. W ,H n eel for the first time .•tobei 22 Fred Berkowitz of ,Religious School staff, who a i.umber of years in will be in charge. Tuit(1 is I: %  Rybbi Lehrman will address ..i opei in session of the weekly AZA BBG breakfast for boys 'ml girls over 13 which will be i Ocl 19, 9:00 a. m. for the ah service break(ISt. Gables B. B. Auxiliary Selects Temp. Officers Mrs. Sam Schulefand was elected temporary president of the newly organized Coral Gables Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. Leonard GlieksUin. Fifty two charter members heard Mrs. Harry Gordon, past f resident of District No. 5 B'nai B'rith Women, tell of the national service programs undertaken by the service organization. Mrs. Sam Silver, past president of Sholom Lodge Women's Chapter in Miami, described the community service work and charitable and cultural programs of the order. Rabbi Albert Michols, Director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, spoke on the functions of the 165 foundations which function on the college campuses to stimulate good citizenship and religious thought among students. Other temporary officers elected at the meeting were: Mrs. A. F. Wellins, Treasurer: Mrs. Morris Horwitz, Recording Secretary; Mrs. A. W. Harris, Corresponding Secretary. Meetings of the group will be held on the first Wednesday of the month, 8 p. m., at the Hillel Foundation, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Irving Firtel, Miami Beach attorney and former hotel owner, was named io succeed Philip Chaplain as president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce at a meeting of the board of directors Monday night. The Miami Beach Mixrachi will hold its regular meeting at 8 o'clock Saturday night at Congregation Beth Jacob. 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in • 'M under the fictitious name <>f IOME BEVERAOE SERVICE al I20C S w L'.HI Avenue Intend t<> register "Old nnme with the Clerk of the Clr%  nil Court i.r Dnde County, Florida. MYLES II PERLROTH. SOL KRONEN. REN KRONEN. MEYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN, > Hi.-neVK for Applicants. 10 17 24-31, ll/T-14. Mayfair Bridge Club • MIAMI BEACH • UN COIN RCIAO ON THE OCEAN |DURUC-,. • HUHBeR sjmoaa Bb .i"" • BACKOAMMON AL ROTH. DIRECTOR Phone 48-2717 Wedding Rites Unite Rosen Cooperburg The afternoon wedding of Miss Betty Rosen and Mr. Irwin Coop•rburg, October 12, was followed by a reception at the home of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rosen, 1135 S.W. Sixth St.. and then by dinner for relatives of the couple at the Garden res. taurant. Rabbi S. M. Machtei performed the ceremony. Mrs. Cooperburg, a graduate of Miami Senior High, was a stuewlyweds At Home following Northern Trip .! d Mrs. Leonard DenisAdent of the University of Miami rill be nl hi'ine at 3815 N. Meridand a member of the Emanon ^aii Ave., upon their return from dub, Miami Beach. Mr. Cooper_ wedding trip in the North, burg, son of Mrs. Anna CooperPi II. Kaplan officiated DUrg 0 f New York, attended City fet theii arriage in the ShelCollege of New York and served ourne Hotel, September 13, n the navy for two years, wed by a dinner for the 75 guests. Daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Jeorge C. Powell, 860 43rd Ct, fiami Beach, the former Miss Helm Powell was attended by aunt, Mrs. Edith Glurstein of New Y -. Mr. Denis, son of Samuel Denis, Siami, uncle, Irving Penis, : %  st nwn. The bride, a graduate of the Jniversity of Miami, received pei master' degree in August F runi University. Hei pusband i • a veteran of six years h |he Nav; Medical Corps. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN that the undersigned, desiring i., engage in business under the fictitious name i\ I, MEAT MARKET, at 383 V ntli St., Miami, Kin., intend to • %  '•' aald name with the Clerk of Ihe ''ir. uii ("our! of Dnde County. Pla. DAVE LOWV. Sniii ivgne.r Ml-.l ERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN, Vttorueys for Aplllcanl. I" 17-24-31. II 7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thrit i. undersigned, desiring to engage li islness under tinfictitious name FRIENDLEE CLEANERS AI'NDRY nt U!' N.W, 36th si. laml, Pin., Intend to register said ime with the Clerk ..r th.Circuit uil of Dnde r ity, Plorlda, OERTRl'DE STEINOOLD, Sole owner. I 17-21-31. 11/7-14. Renee Schwartz Engeged Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz. 1040 6th st., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Renee, to Mr. HarryGoodwin of New York City. The bride-elect is a graduate jf Miami Beach High School, and attended the University of Miami. She has been working for an export firm in New York. TROPICAL REALTY Homes, Apartments, Lots, Business Opportunities 1731 S.W. Eighth Street Phone 9-0629 (ON THE TRAIL) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in husiness under the fictitious name .if MAGIC CITY SPECIALTY CO., al 1150 S.W. 23th Ave.. Miami, Pla., li tc 'i in register s:iiii name with H lerk i.f the Circuit Court of Nnde County, Plorlda. MAI'RICE BRAITN8TEIN. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ, \ nej for A ppllcant. I" I 24-31. II 7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name iif RET) BIRD FOOD MARKET at 3833 I %  nl l: I, Miami. Florida, inlend In register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, ALBERT BARON Tin 'MAS SERI iPULOS. HARRY DIETZ, Atiorne> for Applicants. |0 IT 24-31, 11/7-14. WILLIAM W. (BILL) CHARLES For CITY COMMISSIONER War Veteran Native Miamian Former Assistant City Attorney Vote For .. CHARLES AND 2 OTHER GOOD MEN HOW TO AVOID SIMPLE HEADACHES aSST (DUE TO CAR TROUBLES) NO MATTER WHAT CAR TROUBLE IS CAUSING YOU THAT HEADACHE LUBY CHEVROLET CAN CURE IT. p DESIRED ^CHEVROLET itSS J.VlMuYsT. lew. lit* M WMW LEGAL NOTICES es sed. rsons AKIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 19693. in Re: Estate 31 CARRIE OOLDFARB, Dee NOTICE TO CREDITORS lo All Creditor! and All I'. Having claims or Demand* Again*! Said Esl ile: You and eaoh of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, mav have mral>'**t the estate of CARRIE GOI.DFARH. deceased late of Miami, Dade County, H..i iiln, to the lion. \V. F. BU.\'l'u.\, county Judge of Dade County, and file the same in hi* office in the i ounty Courthouse in Dade Ci unti Florida, within eight calendar months *he %  *"•• of iiie iisi publication hereof. Said claims or demands to • '••' %  legal a ..Mess HI' the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same ;ii be barred, siSectl 20 of the 1931 Pn bate Act. Date, October 14, A. D 1947 EVELYN GOODMAN (nee OOLDFARB), TIIKI.MA KESSLER 8IDONIA 8TEINBACH and RUTH ADLMAN. As of the l.ast Will ami Testament of Executrixes, CARRIE GOLDI'Altll. Deceased THEODORE J. SfAKoWIT/., Attorney for Executrixes 10/17-24-31. il/7. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS H IREBT GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business 11111I1 1 the fictitious name of p. & B. AMI SE5MENT CO. (Not Inc.) at numbe, 1867 West Flagler Street. Miami. Florida; Intend to regIster the saiil e with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. I-'HA.NK SA1.LANO MAROARK1 BCHABFER PAUL WEIT/.MAN, Attorney for Applicants. 'l-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMi LAW NOTICE IS 11 the undersigned, 1 business under I BAYSIDK mil Commerce Btreet Intend to regiai the Clerk of the I County, Flotilla. 10/3-10-17-24. ;KEBT QIVEN that egtnng TO engage In %  fictitious name of I. ROOMS at S.'ill Miami Beach, Pla., said name with 11 run Court nl Dade JACK 8IEOEL. ROSE SIEOEL. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in husiness under the fietltious name of HOUSE OP WATCHES, al SS9 S'eylMild Building, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade 1'ounty. Plorlda. SAIL BELENKE, ELLIOT PEARL. PRANK BOLOMON, Attorney for Applicant-. Hi/Hi-17-24-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIHIll-.i;i QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In husiness under the fictitious name of COMMUNITY BENDIX LAUNDRY, at It N.E. llth Street, Miami, Plorlda, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR ZWBIOENTHAL, Sole Owner. FRANK BOLOMON. Attorney for Applicant. 10/10-17-24-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in husiness under the ln-tltioiis name of It. & It. MOTORS, al 930-944 Weal Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name itli the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Ploridu. ROBERT .1. REESE. A. C. RIDol.F. PRANK BOLOMON, Attorney for Applicants. 10/10-17-24-31. 11,7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tile undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BLACKSTONE PHARMACY AND LUNCHEONETTE at 850 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. (MAX WOOI.F. RAE Wool. I'. SHIRLEY WOOLP, Attorney for Applicants. 10, ln-17-24-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In HIMIM'SS under the fictitious name of VRCAY APARTMENT HOTEL, at 043 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, Pla., Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court %  1 Dade County. Florida. ARCAY REALTY Co., INC. By: RUBIN SMUCKLER President Applicant MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 9/19-36 10/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOUSE OF NOVELTIES at 923925 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Plorlda, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. MAX GOLDSTEIN. Sole Owner. HARRY DIET/., Attorney for Applicant, Congress Building, Miami, Florida. 10/10-17-24-31. 11/1. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name >f SCREWBALL RESTAURANT al J200 Northwest 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JOHN WILSON. SAM HOROWITZ. /26 10/3-10-17-24. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to • %  In business under the fi %  titious name if JACK THE WEAVER at 2420 N.E. Secon.l Avenue, Miami. Florida. Inendt to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK W QREESON. WASMAN. SILVER .s SAKOWITZ, Attorneys for Applicant. 9/26 10/3-10-17-24. O M^ t sgfros. Is the BEST? IN THE CIRC! ELEVENTH .1 IN AND FOR FLORIDA. IN No ORDER OP n Re: Adoption In Re: Adoption J.MARCIA CAR TV DAVID LIT Brooklyn, Ne Y'HI ar.hereb] appearance or an for the adoption MARCIA CAR01. Freeman on or In October, 1:147. ol tlons of said bill n ill b iiss.-ii against yo .. I % %  ne and Oril. ,| this Is T COURT OF THE > I'H'I.W. CIRCUIT, DALE COUNTY, 'IIANCERY. :12065 PUBLICATION ir a Minor Child, of a Minor Child, I.I I "TON. 1 IN, '.'I'll Avenue A. Y.nk. %  ideted to file your 11 to ihe Petition %  f a minor child, UPTON, by Ixiuls me the SOth day of rwlse the allegataken as eonI letoliel', 1947 E. r. Clerk I : % %  • t, day of LEATHERMAN. Ihe Circuit Court. M C. QREEN, DeputJ Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) GEORGE .1. TAIJANOPP, Solicitor for Petitioner, 10/3-10-17-24. NOTICE UNDTR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Of NEW ERA 8491 S.W. i;th : Intends to reglati Cl.-rk of the Cir; County, Florida. HARRY D1ETZ. Attorney for Applicant. Congress Building, Miami. Elm la 10/10-17-24-31. II I. ihe fictitious name IYDROPONICB at • •••t, Miami, Pla., aid name with the lit Court of Dade JACK N. WEST. Sole owner. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO. 16370 Re: Estate of EDWARD SAN BORN HICKET, 1 '• ceased. Notice of Intention to Make Application For Final Discharge. NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that we have filed mi final report and petition for Final ilscharge as Executiicns of the estai ..f EDWARD BANBORN HICKEY, deceased; and that on the 10th da) of November, 1947 we will apply to the Honorable w F Blanton, County .1 Jge of Dade County. Florida, for a, oval of said final report ami for mal discharge as Bxecutriciea of thi Estate of Edward Sanlii.rn Hiik.y. .-ceased. This Mil da} FLORENCE I MILDRED HI ROXANNA II MARX M. FEIN I Attorney For 1: %  i-utrlcles. Ill 111-17-24-31. tober, 1947 KEY Mi-NALLY. KEY HURLEY. KEY O'CONNOR IRQ, COURT OP THE %  ICIAI. CIRCUIT. I'ADE COUNTY, HANCBRY 1971 IN THE CIRCUIT ELEVENTH .11 IN AND Fill: FLORIDA. IN No, DAVID DEBLI.M It. Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIE DEBLINiiER, Del. inlant. TO: Si IPHIE I EI LINGER ::"-* Hawthorne street, Brooklyn, New York. You are hereby notified and reipiired to appear to the Bill of Complain! filed in the abovt styled cause, on or before o,-t,,i -.'7 .-'17. otherwise the Bill of Complaint Will he taken as confessed against you. I.et this order be published once 1 week for not less silliesVc weeks In The lewish Florldian. lished In Dade 1 I -lied tills I5th 1947. 1 newspaper pub%  unty, Florida. lay of September. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clei i -.f circuit Court. By M. C, QREEN, Deputy Clerk. (C.C.Seal.) MAN, MILTON A. FRIEI Seybold Building, Miami. Florida It/26 10/3-10-17. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. NO. 112194 ROSE HOFFMAN, Plaintiff, vs. Li:o C HOFFMAN, Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: LEO C. HOI I'M AN, c/o Hotel Ani-rson. 166 West 7Mli Street, New York. N. Y. Y'ou are hereby notified quired to appear to the Bill plaint filed in (tie !mve styled cause, on or in fore Nov.ii her 10, 1947. otherwise the Bill of '' implal it III tie taken as ionfc-M %  against you, Let this order he pub lied once .1 week for not less tliloin successive weeks In The ..'. Ish Florldian, a newspaper publish 1 In Dade County, Plorlda. Dated this 9th dn E. B I. Clerk of 1 By (C.C. seal) and reof TomMILTON A FRH. MAN. Attorney-at-l/iw. ton Seybold Bl Miami. Florida. 10/10-17-24-31. of 1 irtotier. 1947. VTHERMAN, 1 'Inlit Court. 1 c QREEN, Deputy Clerk. I I 1 I •*" i ."... 1 •1 1



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RJDAY, OC TOBER 17, 1947 v-Jewisti ncridlian liamians Attend ; 0 uncil Convention £ S le a y nd C ^?ff* 8S Cs will represent the Miami E'"' „, 0 £ National Council of Kwom-n at their South In Interstate Conference to be Loi,l a< i!" Roosevelt Hotel in gj Orleans from Oct. 19th Uugh th 22nA Twenty tl ree sections from line soul em states will send fclpcates to the conference. Mrs. hoise Ca n of New Orleans, bresidenl of the Conference, will chairman for all sessions. Th( ,,. • ng address will be liven by Mrs. Clarence BerolzL imcr o ) Chicago Heights, 111., a lice presidi nt of National CounL|. s hr will also lead a panel disunion on education. Mrs. Cahn .,11 reporl on her experiences m Europe this summer, and on | hc opening of Council's Paris L nnu (oi Girls, at which she ofIjciiiicfl Sii will also tell of her Visits t o Displaced Persons tamps in Germany. Mrs. Florian Krassburficr of Montgomery, kia, a former president of the t ]. c. and a National Board Eeniber, ill '<'ad the discussion [, n social welfare. Mrs. Stanley Myers will chairman the bands. f A banquel I" he held on Tuestav even n Oct. 21. will be one Lf the highlights of the convention Mr. Isaac Holler and Mr. C. |Ells Henican will speak on [Anti-Semitism: A Candid Confederation." lose Chapter To Have Mstrict Past President Mrs. Irving Becker, past president of Disl id 6. B'nai B'rith. trill be thi guest speaker at the Membership booster meeting of Ihe Fi" pter, B'nai B'rith ton n, lay, October 20, }:\f> p. ii: al the home of Mrs. iurrel Kastan, 945 16th St., Jiami B( at h. Plans will be launched for the Indoctrination program of the Ifomen of B'nai Brith for new benfbers and the membership privr discus ed. Miss Betty Ann Veintmh chairman for the neeting ever which Mrs. Norman jteinhard will preside. Effective November %, meetngs will be held on Tuesday initead of Monday. Fraternal Order Concert The Ji People's Fraternal Mcr isor a grand conert Sunday, October 26. 8:30 lm., at ; Centra] Beach Elehentary School, 1420 Washingpn Ave M ami Beach, for the purpose of using funds for the Jjhabilital i of European Jewry. fhe public is invited. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS H MI VOU r of r> Plrl now; you "'" uii on %  now roof later "Satufactory Work by Ex_-.-ien.cod Mon" 414 t MintMui* wrreo mast urui aooooossaoo* UMUJ*UUUllO< FEDERATION SEEKS COLLECTION OF OUTSTANDING 1947 PLEDGES TO CJA A drive to Collect all outstanding pledges made to the 1347 Combined Jewish Appeal was announced this week by Charles* Cohen, chairman of the Collections Committee of the Greater Miami Jewi^] >n „ ^ e l" al or1, following payment by Federation last week of a $200,000 instalment to the United Jewish Appeal "With S350.000 still outstanding of the $925,000 pledged to the 1947 campaign, it is incumbent upon us to bring in as much of the unpaid balance as possible," declared Mr. Cohen, "for upon our efforts depend the very lives of our unfortunate fellow-Jews in Europe." Mr. Cohen said that the need for collecting as large a sum as possible at the present moment was highlighted by Federation's decision to borrow up to $200,000 from local hanks against outstanding pledges to enable it to send the required money to the national office of the United Jewish Appeal. Actually only $100,000 was borrowed last week as a special appeal made by Jacob Sher, President of Federation and Morris Klass, Executive Director, to a select group of 50 large contributors brought in $100,000. Thus far this year, according to Mr. Klass, Greater Miami has paid $500,000 to the UJA which includes the $200,000 payment just made. Slow collections in other cities and the fact that many 1947 fall campaigns are just getting under way have compelled the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans, constituent agencies of the UJA, to borrow from the banks to carry on their lifesaving activities, Mr. Cohen explained. "No gift of prophecy is needed to foretell the great calamity that would lay low hundreds of thousands of men, women and children now languishing in DP camps should the money pledged by American Jewry not be forthcoming speedily," he said. F< delation's Collection Committee includes, in addition to Mr. Cohen, Jack Abbott, Abe Aronovitz, Archie Brick, Leo Ohaikin, Marx Feinberg, Morris Gold, Sam Goldman, Aaron I,eban, Max Nankin, Joseph M. Rose, Morris Rosenberg, Herman Rubin, Sam Silver, Louis Zeientz, David Trau, R. Wms. Apte, and Harry Koretsky. Temple Camera Club Has New Dark Rooms The Temple Camera Club, 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, will hold its second meeting of the season on Monday, October 20 at 8:00 p. m. This is the second year for this organization whose members are both amateur and professional. New dark rooms have been provided the group augmented this season by a youth section. Arthur De Gutz is newly elected president; Jack Justice, secretary; Dr. Jerome Fleeman, treasurer; Emanuel Goldstrich, print director. Those interested in this hobby may call Mr. Alan Becker, phone 6-4985, for further information. Answering the emergency call from the national office of the United Jewish Appeal, Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is shown above signing the check for $200,000. which brings Greater Miami payments to UJA over the $500,000 mark for 1947. Laundry Changes Hands The City Laundry and Cleaners has recently been sold to Mr. I. Herskowitz, formerly of New York City. Mr. Herskowitz, who operated a similar business in the north, has been a resident of Miami for the past year and a half. He will personally manage his recently acquired plant, lo%  cated at 2160 N. W. 1st Court. Mr. Herskowitz stated "that, his wide experience and careful supervision, will provide only the most excellent work." 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%  4 l PAGE TEN Bureau Provides Transportation Transportation to and frothe Beth David Congregation, 135 N. Emanon Club Sponsors Moonlight Dance Dancing undi A -.• be %  I I W. 3rd Ave., and the M:am: Jewthe Miami V M : Orthodox Congregation, 1545 Robert R S W. 3rd St., will beproceed ft ££ by the Bureau of Jewish Bfluca^, Ha tion. Children for the Beth David will be picked up at tl e foil '• tola on .Monday and Ocl >er 22 I A 1567 S • til %  %  % %  %  >ng Thui Citrus Grove 3:00 p. m. Silver Bluffs 3:10 p. m. Shenandoah Jr Hi 3:18 p. m. Shenandoah El. 3:25 p. m. Coral Way 3:32 p. m. c ... : .th Miami Jewsec.; Yvette L ish % %  n • ... up at the Co: al Gabies -atMrs Anita Ki r. Mondays H and Th I A transportation a 10: v %  L %  • S I v :." •' M : A. in Oct er and S10 in Febi will part. Uy the ex-: I study Hebi w A %  :' • t tuition fee 1 nis under n in lure. I%  Landau Chapter Asks Toys for Homeless Tots Cor.sl the • be 1 ge" at a Clara Lai bap! f 1 VToung '.'.' Tin %  %  • me if 10 Lei i :. g Oct. 19 t 2 i an is Miss : : Ki' Ju %  • R It .': %  I •' M Brenner Opens Studio Brem %  '.: • M ;. 3 r His S luati : M Hi : M r.d a : • A iation .'-. F neel and National Hoi • nd thei H % %  i %  : thestn AL*§*i— Your Complex Department Store With OualNVNX\V\\\\\XN^VXNN.X\X\VN\N\\V V %  -egal < linis. To ll> KoKumpd The legal chr.. ,l, 'l ated last year by the ££**> tv Bar Association witf K? Q **ed, according to Albert R^ ste.kcha.rman of ,,e cLa £j J** fi "t tw "o clinics *m v. held on Oct. 2* and x ov ^ the county ,/ opening at 8 p rr. Ml4 Circuit Jifdge Stanle, Mau, w.ll discuss "Selected SubS in Equity" at the first clr Joe Creel, former OPA '2^ will talk on -Landlord aidant Proceeding, -£** Bernstein said it l^wL that the clinics could & some outstanding lectareB^ national reputation in theiw" specialties." &L The clinics are open to H members of the bar and ]?£ cents. Serving with BenwenTi the committee are Sid-ev J Berger. vice-chairman; \v A. Herin, secretary; D_V Batchelor, William H K DOMR son. J Carrington Gramlir* Louis J. Hector. W. Raleigh P teway. J. Harvey Robillard, w : liam B. Roman, Montague Roseii. berg, Louis Snetman, Harold B Spaet. William C. Steel a'd Joseph A. Wanick. Delegates Are Selected Mrs. Zelda Leiorr.an Li'na Minses are the delcnte from Club No. 2 of the P W .men's Organiz I n :' tine of Greater Miami for 10th annual convention in St Louis. Octobe 2 % %  -'" RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPE FlhTEFUi-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 123S Wtshlo^toa At*. Miami B#aCh BOWARD r. N1WIA Fun** : OJ4eor Adt ClSkNBEWd, Trju/r In Wew YwV 78th St ar-d Arttterdam AMOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtel Director Olyinpia Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob. Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel bmes For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-14M PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL PHONF.,.. 8 E R V 1 N G T H e JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE l-aSM E.E. CARTER. Fun.,ai Dt^eto, "A Frt^ut ta N^d" 100. ft. FLAGtf*



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r .. %  I I 4 PAGE SIX Youth Commission Appoint Chairmen Last meeting of the Zionist Youth Commission was held at the office of S. A. Goodman, 927 Lincoln Rd. Thirty-five representatives of Miami and Miami Beach Zionist dist ids, Greater Miami chapters of Senior and Junior Hadassah. Masada, the otU! icuum %  • Youne Judea Leaders Council, past five years with her son-in. T. ii..'. VI :.* i j :...... HI,ir.ri Mrs Paulino Seller Di camp o( ^ Dance and Fashion Show Scheduled Third Time Twice postpone due t clement weather le d fashion show of : e Emma Lazarus i h ipter B'm B'rith ness and professioi .1 women will be held Saturday. Ictobei 18. 8 t the Vet les Hotel. A surprise program planned for tl e in' wl o attc I. As previously i d Coronet girls will model E i arnoi'(iuesl elude Mercedes Davidson and 1 orchestra will fun old tickets will b tion I i her daughter, Mrs. Roth :' M mi Beach, are two brothers Abe Dol row oi Pahokee and Sam Of Daytona Beach, and i sisl Mrs Ai thur Schoen, of Wi • P m B ich. ISADOR SCHOR Scl %  Prnnaj IH.vlvan u> • %  .i i" %  i men hanl from \ .1.. i it ins home \i sui %  Inn are li % %  >! %  • Mill ol Ml 111 M 1 1 i rd li and Anna i' Con-sin, all p ti %  \ i s i: i \ • i -\;. Memorial i tars will in,'lior. Chuck eddie Calo's music. All ii ed. Phone J* 1901 ABRAHAM ABE ADELSON \. i. Miami l Ei Si H Vork i *lt> Hi Isurvived by his v %  iti two daughters, Am> ( Miami Reach; two sisli lioth Iving in Sew Vork He wi ii 'ii. m • %  •! I hi Knights of md Viasoi SHrvlces will be .> I lIi %  Mi in' %  • i.ii chapel • • MRS. ESTHER BECKER %  : • \|. i Idlan .iv.' Miami Survived l>\ foui sons, Joseph, \ Vo I California; li.-i %  • %  %  and Prederli h ine ighter, Vn na Sti i llld %  % %  • %  -:-'.-i. Ra ill iky. B .ii. S V re I i M imla> ai Rlvei Interment rol* VV Hi A n Park i emetei > • • WALTER STERN i' u .in illness "f several Walt PI -' %  • forme, Miami l>h togra her, diwl Saturda> i Igh, hi S <". Mr. si.'i n i i" wife, Mrs F> led Sti Inter Nathan Blomberg of Mi.ii I leach bin mol her, Mrs S \ hi \ N <' ; A sisters Mrs n da (Sold nlth and Mis Mo, ds I, -,. both of Ashi-% Hie; and Sam Stern, "f Si V. k ly. ish women to the Hadassah cause. Those unable to attend the affair are urged to send in their application an> timi month, or be present ai the next meeting, according to Mis. Kline, who may be reached by phoning 2-1075. Sew offirers for thi Ml -' Joseph i Mr" l >a\ ,.l Sernaki Mrs n i' U%  Mi Prank K llni vli-i -pn sldcntf Mrs Siilni I.I • I • surei M i:.i F omi rinanilal %  Mm In Ing (Jenet, rw-oi illnc Mi Fred (R-h orn -i ling i.o • Membi rs • %  < thi boanl n Mrs Ma x Shapiro, program Mi P MI N K • membership; Mrs Se, aki *. • 111li Allyah; Mis || ( %  Moser, II M Mn II.i old Cohen, Ji i'!i Sal mil Fund; Mi Joel Belo> Mrs .1 i< k Schiff. and MrMorris Welnbei ii affairs and edui-nllon Mr* Sormni' Jacobs .na MiHarr> tiordon, Pal.tine supplies Mrs Hi il bllil wi Ifare Mrs. Hen levltaii. H and %  l\ i-'ii Mrs l^ouls Rubin, ho tallt) Mrs. Vlctoi ia Mi II, ire. s. and Miss Ada Ann ksti i ; ibl Also Mrs All.. n I. idd Mi Id I Hai Ii Mrs Mai tin J P hn in, Mi Simon April, Mrs Mis Peingo I, Mis Fund, Mrs S Pi kii, Mm \l Mrs il llarilcn, Mrs n Hohauser. Mi n Ma n lei Un Mrs |... II, Kotk ... Mm II \| %  Mrs M Roven, Mrs til • %  %  M Mrs Sol Rovln, Mrs Hi in rd Sti Mrs M Towel and .\l M Van tB mil. 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IliexwiisltUEIIiDipidliiaup Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 20 — NUMBER 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 17, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS S. Supports Partition of Palestine; loviet Approves Plan With Revision USS1AN STAND RECEIVES WELCOME lY AMERICAN AND JEWISH LEADERS LAKF! SUCCESS — (JTA) — The Soviet Government today Ldorsed the partitioning of Palestine into Jewish and Arab ates and thus virtually guaranteed that the UNSCOP partition (an will get the necessary two-thirds majority in the General ^The Soviet statement, delivered before the Ad Hoc Comittee on Palestine by S. K. Tsarapkin, was welcomed by the lerican and other delegations and by Jewish l eaders. He r,1 Johnson, acting for the U.<^ issued a statement Haganah Watches Palestine Border JERUSALEF, (JTA) — Crack units of the Haganah, manned by veterans of desert warfare and of the European campaigns of World War II, have been deployed along the Palestine-Syrian border, an Agency spokesman disclosed this week. He said that watchtowers and pillboxes equipped with powerful searchlights have the border under constant surveillance, while scouts reconnoiter the territory adjacent to the frontiers. The spokesman added that thus far the Haganah had found no evidence that Syrian troops were preparing to attack Jewish set• II busing e Soviet position and bessing that on basic principles was -very similar" to the Irnei ii an tai d. Pointing "it that "if the Central Assem ly will at this session lend.' on the question of the Jeation <>f an Arab and a Jewish (talc it will be a great step forward in the -ulution of the Palestine question," the Soviet deleLti ei zed that while support in principle the UNSCOP majority i'< commendations, the USSK believes that there are a nuii.i.. of quints which require revaluation" and revision. "Such serious questions as the question .4 the frontier between (the two states or of the measures duung t: c transition period after |th. tern ination of the British Handati a: well as of the status lot thi city <>f Jerusalem, and a Iriunilx•! %  if other moreor less Important questions, on which I |du nol consider it necessary to at present, call for further and thorough consideration," the oviet representative said. On the i|iiestion of frontiers, |Mr. Tsarapkin said that the UNjSCOl' pi iposals "for the partiItiun ol Palestine into a number %  Of separate regions connected a %  certain punts by narrow corri |dui> cann it be considered a satis Ifaituiy -olmion of the question |ThiS (it-legation," he conItinuc.l. "i insiders that furthei %  •work ... a concrete plan for the %  elimination of frontiers and or. %  national separation of Palestine Icould be undertaken by tht %  Special Committee so as to elimjinan as : r as possible the existing defei ts." The s t Government stipulated that the authority which pill govern Palestine during the Itransition period must be reIsponsible to the UN. "Everybody %  realizes that the transition period [from tii present state of mandatory government in Palestine Itoth.1„ ginning of the existence |o> two independent states has Ittormous importance from the I point of view of preserving peace |in Palis:;..,, as well as from the Point of VHW of the future fate |of but: | ese two states, its statement added. Broadcast Marks 1947 "Council Day New evidence in support of proposals to admit a fair share of Europe's displaced persons into the United States will be presented by former Governor Herbert H. Lehman in a special •'Council Day" broadcast by the National Council of Jewish Women on October 18, over the coast-to-coast network of the National Broadcasting Company. The broadcast, it was announced by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, President of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women, will be in the form of a round table discussion of the means available to this country by which self-sufficiency can be restored to the dispossessed people of Europe. "Council Day" celebrates the organization's 54th anniversary. The broadcast is being sponsored by the National Broadcasting Company as the eleventh in its Public Affairs series which is being conducted in cooperation with leading national organizations. The :-.Council Day" program, which will be heard locally over Station WIOD from 12:15 o 12:30 p. m. on October 13, will unite Council Day celebraASK UNITED NATIONS GROUP FOR GEOGRAPHIC MODIFICATIONS LAKE SUCCESS — (JTA) — The United States this week-end espoused the cause of partition in Palestine in a speech by Herschel Johnson before the United Nations Ad Hoc Committee on Palestine. The statement, which had been awaited for the longest time by Jews and non-Jews, Zionists and non-Zionists, placed the United States Government in support of the UNSCOP majority recommendations and the group's decisions. However, he asked for some geographic modifications and for guaranteed acciss to ports and water and power facilities for Jews and Arabs equally in the whole of Palestine. Arab states contemplating an invasion of Palestine in defiance of a possible decision by the United Nations approving partiion were warned that the American Government expects them to observe the U. N. Charter to which they subscribed and to avoid violations by refraining rom threats to use force in Palestine. The attitude of the American Government with regard to implementation of the U. N. decitlements. The only report brought wu wuwusu uay back by scouts was that the Syr-, tions of tne organization's Secian units had pitched tents for tions throughout the country. sion on Palestine was outlined so as to leave no doubt that the United States is not only willing to participate in a U. N. program to meet economic and financial problems during the transition period, but also to assist in the formation of any international force which the U. N. may recruit on a volunteer basis to maintain order in Palestine until the Jewish and the Arab states are established. Finally, he emphasized that the American delegation feels that the General Assembly must recommend a final solution of the Palestine problem at this session. 1,500 men, but had brought up only light equipment, such as is used on maneuvers. Chairman David Ben Gurion of the Jewish Agency called on High Commissioner Sir Alan G. Cunningham to discuss the security situation in the country and the rumors concerning Arab troop concentrations. It is understood that Ben Gurion demanded that the government take no steps to hamper the activities of the Haganah. BARON de ROTHSCHILD DIES IN SWITZERLAND LOUSANNE — (JTA) — Baron Henri de Rothschild, banker, physician and playwright, died at Jouxens, near here, at the age of 75. Baron de Rothschild established a surgical clinic and the Institute Pierre Curie in Paris and endowed the latter institution with radium from his own radium manufacturing plant. WJJJk* nrivv Runs Short of Quota WASHINGTON (JTA)—The $170,000,000 United Jewish Appeal drives si fa? netted only $52.000.000 it was disclosed this wk%  S'tS £ ERfBSSS JSS, SASSffiS: borg and many • h J !" M | .S^^K Unilcd States, buf warned lion at the support given p •i" !" !!" r d wil | & required Iran 'iSS.n"i l .wr. !" ke KVre.m^ KKl. statehood a re^U* 5REATER MIAMI HADASSAH GROUPS SEND DELEGATES TO ATLANTIC CITY Greater Miami delegates to the largest convention in the hislory of Hadassah will meet in Atlantic City, Oct. 24-28. Delegates from the Miami group are: Mrs. Joseph Carp, president; Mrs. Frank Kline and Mrs. H. C. Moser, vice-presidents; Mrs. Morris Weinberg, cultural chairman; Miss Ethel Weinstein, president of the Business and Professional Women's Division, and Miss Lola Bix, also of the B. & P. division. Miami Beach group will be represented by their president, Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein; Mrs. Abe Goodman, wife of the national vice-nresident of ZOA; Mrs. Milton Wolf, and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich. Mrs Max Dobrin, president of Greater Miami Chapter, was planning to attend, but is not yet certain. Four thousand delegates and guests from 47 states are scheduled to attend the convention. Most important on its agenda is the adoption of a definite stand in the Palestine proposals now before the United Nations General Assembly, according to Mrs. David B. Greenberg of New York City, convention chairman, and Mrs.'David Stein of Philadelphia, vice-chairman. Speakers at the convention will include Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Federation Sends Local Leaders On European Inspection Tour i ir;r,l <. %  .-..! nlonc WP Legion Distribute Awards A dai ce at the post home will J* held by the American Legion, I "'ami Beach Post 85, Alton Rd. J nd Dade Blvd., this Sunday at 8 P m. It will be open to all vetWans i : Greater Miami, their nunilies and friends, according Commander Hyan Kout. Viitui> medals and American Uifens, medals will be presented £ !" j> at 1 p. m., to Miami **ach veterans of the Army and j> rn \v An Force who present dis•"arge papers. In the role of "observers" for the Jewish community of Greater Miami, a delegation of four or five men and women will leave early next month on a threeweek inspection trip to displaced persons camps in Europe and to Jewish communities elsewhere in Europe and Palestine. The delegation will include Max Orovitz, honorary pres.den of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation which is**? !" ? !" the journey; Mrs. Monte Sehg. chairman of the Women s Dm sion of the 1947 Combined Jew ish Appeal and Rabb. Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. In additionit* Beth Sholom Congregation IS sending Rabbi Leon Kronish and the Hotel Division of the CJA is considering sending an observer to accompany the group. "The trip is being undertaken so that Greater Miami which lait year contributed more than $600,000 to the United Jewish Appeal and other overseas relief agencies can receive a first-hand report on how the monies they gave have aided those in Europe and the Holy Land and what the problems will be in 1948 in case the United Nations approves the establishment of a Jewish Stale," stated Morris Klass. executive director of Federation. ..-Final travel plans were approved at the last meeting of the Federation's Executive Committee held Wednesday, October 8. The Itinerary will include a minimum of two days in Paris, two days in Frankfort, four days in Poland, two days in Czechoslovakia, three days in Italy and five days in Palestine. About seven days will be spent in Germany and other countries. The total trip is planned to consume 4 weeks. The delegation is expected to leave Miami on November 4 and return December 2. The Keymen's Club of Federation is planning a send-off dinner to the group before their departure. Zionist elder statesman, formerly president of the World Zionist Organization; Professor E. R. Fabregast of Uruguay, a member of the UNSCOP, and Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, Hadassah national president. A special Sabbath service will be prepared by Dr. David de Sola Pool of New York. The problems of Jewish youth in Palestine, Europe and the United States will be reviewed by Daniel Brisker, General Zionist youth leader from Palestine; an American crew members of the ill-fated S. S. Exodus; and Miss Ruth Ludwin, vice-president of Junior Hadassah. In the political field will be statements by Mrs. Samuel W. H a lprin, Hadassah's political chairman and only woman member of the Jewish Agency; Moshe Shertok of Palestine, head'of the Agency's political department; and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, chairman of the Executive's American section. Attention will be drawn to medical progress in Palestine when Dr. Haim Yassky. medical director of Hadassah in the Holy Land, who is flying to this country for the convention, will receive a microfilmed record of signatures of hundreds of outstanding American physicians for enclosure in the cornerstone of the new 20D-bed tuberculosis hospital which the organization will complete shortly on Mt. Scopus, in Jerusalem. JEWISH LEADERS ATTEND FRENCH LEGION AWARD PARIS — (JTA) — A rosette of the French' Legion of Honor was this week presented to Dr. Joseph Schwartz. European director of the Joint Distribution Committee, by Senator Justin Godart, I I •>• 'tit • ii %  4



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\lmistifhrldUan _raiDAY,^ CTQ BKB 190 i I t Editorial ^T^Tfhe Women Who Will Provide Volunteers For Federation Cer^ Anti-SemUiHm in Hritain ... When such a cautious newspaper as the "New York Times" finds it necessary to devote an editorial to the upsurge of antiSemitism in Britain there is every reason to believe thai^the situation there is worse than it has been pictured even by the many alarming and disguiting news reports. Fascism and anti-Semitism are twin evils. Recent history has demonstrated the value of anti-Jewish propaganda as a weapon in the hands of those who foist fascist ideology on a still confused world. Mosley and h.s cohorts are again raising their ugly heads. That this should happen in a country having a Labor Government is a particularly disturbing phenomenon. British home secretary. Eden, has persistently been maintaining that there was no need for legislation to meet the emergency. He argued there was no need for legislation to meetp qencv. He argued that such action would be an infringement on the Anglo-Saxon concept of freedom of speech. However, the British press and the vast majority of the British people are cool to that argument. British public opinion is veering to the view that dangerous elements who util ze the right ot tree speech to incite riots against minority groups have no moral cr legal right to use that right as a shield. We here, of course, have no riqht to tell Britain what to do. But it seems to us that ii fascism's attempt at revival is not crushed in a country ruled by labor a bad example will have been set to the rest of the world. OFF THE RECORD GRIDIRON MOVE The Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade bounty, representing 29 organizations, last week joined forces with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in securing the necessary personnel to conduct the Jewish population survey tentaively set for the eight-day period beginning Sunday, Nov. 16th. At a special meeting of the board of directors of the Conference held at the Robert Richter hotel on Thursday mornirig. Oct. lltli the organization voted unman Paul E. Fitzpatrick this week announced ha party s of the partition proposal and urged the President and the U. b. n to the United Nations to support the majority report he started to pass the ball ... It will culminate in similar action ,thcr Democratic, and Republican, state organizations ma democracy such as ours political parties are boil, expressions un is of public opinion. No aspirant to. or incum office can afford to ignore the voice of the people. WHATS IN A NAME? ... ..,•,. s Messersmith. former Assistant Secretary of State and Ambassadoi to Argentina, Mexico and Cuba, is a master a diplomat %  icing. His favorite story one he recently told at ivate gathering, is about a diplomatic mission which bi very small town which had no hotel He was quart, red %  m %  the finest homes, which belonged to a Jew. During tne ersation Mr. Messersmith spoke admiringly ol •h. library, the art and the surroundings Yes yes barrassed host as he fumbled for w diplomat, and a Jew at that, even our best an good Quickly grasping the situation. Mr. Messersmith decided to disillusion his host, and for three days be lived in a Jewish me BS J^'w %  %  • VARIATIONS G, B ker, who covered the Moscow Conference News Agency, is busy writing a book on Europe port, whose nov.l "East Side. West Side" is due for v Charles Scribner's Sons within a week tei if Alma Gluck, the late opera singer who loved to sing Jewish folk-songs %  Few people know that Arthur Krock, ol New Times fame, is Jewish And fewei people still know that Samuel Grafton brilliant New York Post : • was Samuel Lifshitz Walter Lippman, another Jew, past ten years been writing a column three times a the New York Herald-Tribune without once taking up anv Jewish problems The 6,000,000 Jewish dead, ten times the British and American losses, didn't raise a ripple in the ways of rtile mind Right now he is advocating a dangerous ,j 1( ,_ removal of the British. American and Russian armie from Europe at a time when, in the opinion of the "nest obsi of the European scene Jl WS %  %  such a course would lead to pogroms on School for Jewish Studies Railey Platform Proposes Enters Second Year High School for Jewish Studies of the Miami Beach Jewish Center ushered in its second year with a luncheon sponsored by the Sisterhood, October 12. Rabbi Irving Lehrman addressed the group emphasizing tl e importance of Jewish educaI tary sewer systi m, repair and option. Mr. Herbert Zuckerman, | keep of streets and sidewalks educational director of the Centj throughout the city and continuBusiness Administration Randolph B. "Ran" Railey. businessman candidate for Miami city commission is asking "for a progressive, economical and ness administration" in city affairs. Railey is pledged to for speedy construction of a sanianimously to undertake the responsibility of enrolling a n inimum of i.000 women who will serve as census enumerators. A quota committee consisting of Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, chairman. Mrs. Louise Glasser, Mrs i'cnV K high William Levine and Mrs. Harry Kaufman was designated to assign to each of the organizations affiliated with the Conference a minimum number of workers to be enrolled from the membership of the constituent societies. Mrs. Anna Bienner Meyers, President of the Conference, presided at the meeting. Explaining the aims of the cei sus, Victor Garvcy, Secretary of the census sub-committee of tl i Federation's Committee on Community Planning, told the women that the census was deft „. t he signaled to bring up to date the Jewish population figures obtained by the last canvass, held the i in September October, 1944, which was under the direction of M. J. Kopelowitz, also the chairman of tliis year's survey. Mrs Meyers made an urgent plea to the representatives of the various women'.organizations to secure as many volunteer workers as possible. She announced that all volunteers must b< enrolled by the next scheduled meeting of the Conference to In held next Thursday, October 23rd. The census sub-committee is headed by M. J. Kopelowitz. Other members are Mrs. Frances Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyl rs. Ali Cannes, Louis Touby. Morris Jacobs. Mrs. H. Platoff. Norman Rossman, Max Meisel, Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Louis Glasser and Maurice Grossman. Ph dging themselves to enroll 1.000 women to serve as voluner, led a roundtable discussion of last year's accomplishments. Over twenty young ladies representing the con firmation classes of 1946 and 1947 are continuing their studies under the guidance of Miss Ruth Carson, and will serve an apprenticeship in practice teaching in the center schools. Carol Giller, Sybil and Doris Rosenbaum, Mavis Meyers, Selma Kaufman and Sylvia Bergson of the Senior Division participated in the discussions. Mrs. Ira Walsey, Mrs. Sally Elitzer and Mrs. Al Osheroff were in charge of the luncheon. Richter Hotel. Shown, left to right, are: Mrs. Benjamin Meyc rs, president of the Conference; Mrs. Clementine Kemp, Conference Secretary; Mrs. Norman Jacobs, President, Beth David Sisterhood; Mrs. Louis Glasser, Conference Vice President; Mrs. Monte Selig, Conference Resolutions Committee chairman; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. President. National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section; Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, Conference Registrar; Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein, President, Miami Beach Hadassah; Mrs. Max Katz, President, Miami B'nai B'rith Sholcm Lodge, Women's Chapter No. 1024; Mrs. Etha Beck. President, Jewish Home for the Aged Ladies Auxiliary; Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub, Conference Vice President; Miss Lillian Goodman, President, Miami Beach Business & Professional Hadassah; Mrs. Ira C. Walsey, President, Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Sisterhood; Mrs. Joseph S. Carp, Miami Hadassah; Mrs. Samuel M. Kirstein, President. Greater Miami Chapter. National Home for Jewish Children; Mrs. Charles Raab, President, Dade County Chapter, National Children's Car diac Home; Mrs. Julius Mufson, Hadassah, Deborah Group; Mrs. Rubin Fuchs, Miami Hadassah; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Conference Treasurer and Mrs. William Levine, President, Greater Miami Chapter, Jewish Consumptive Relief Society. B. & P. Soiree Success Despite "Water" Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami chapter ol Hadassah, were "ladies in distress" Monday il lei noon, at the discovery that the Vagabond Room, Clover Club, scheduled for a membership soiree for that evening, was under several feet of water and t i.tening to compel cancellatio : the affair until Miss Ann Byers offered the Frolics Club, 1306 N. E. Bayshore Place, Miami, for the event. Miss Fay Werner, membership chairman, headi I a committee consisting of Mi Edith Goodkin, Miss Ann Belfour, Miss Mildred Berkowitz, Mrs. Sharon Dick and Mrs. Sophie Zohn. Invitations were made up in an original verse by Mrs. Pennie Fuchs. Miss Ethel Weinstein, president of the organization, took care of securing refreshment aided by Mr* Helen Narrow. Miss Rose Marion Golden, who presented several songs in pantomine for the group at their installation tea. was invited to appear again. Mrs Maurice Grossman addressed the group stressing the Importai e of the work of Hadassah. Co-program chairmen were Miss Rita Futerfas and Miss Ruth Steinberg. Miss Lola Bix announced a B per cent Increase in paid membership. Miss Weinstein and MB Bix will represent the divisffl at the national o nvention in Atlantic City. Honored guests at the soiree were: Mrs. Joseph Carp. MB Ilsa Temple and Miss Polly W shon. Beach Rabbi's Father Dies From Heart Attack Workman's Circle Youth branch will hold an open meeting followed by a dance, Monday, October 20, 8:30 p. m. at the Workmen'* Circle Lyceum, 1545 S. W3rH St. ous improvements in the tl portation system with an (quitable transfer arrangement and lowest possible fares to assure good service. In radio and other public talks. the candidate, who is a 22-year resident of Miami, has declared for equitable tax assessmi economical, fair and just expenditure of tax money collected: and the extension of the water system "to adequately supply every home in Miami with good, pure water." Railey asserted that the city commission should "unshackle the city manager in the administration of city departments." "1 am for the elimination of railroad tracks in the downtown area with proper protection for the needs of our port facilities," he continued. "I am pledged for adequate pensions for police, firemen and all city employees and I shall work for more supervised playgrounds, properly distributed throughout the city." Meyer Mischaloff. father of Ra !' bi Moscs Meschcloff died th forthcoming populnsudd £ n 'y Thursday morning afttion survey of the Greater Miami 0| a ncart attack He was 70 years Jewish Federation, the Board of ld H f ramc to Miam > f r !" New Directors of the Conference "W *ork four years ago, where prior Jewish Women's Organizations, enting 29 groups met last Tl ur day morning at the Robert Published every Friday ilnce 1927 oy The Jewish Floridian at 1J0 N E Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida En". W-S? as ,econd clats matter July 4, 1930. at the Post Office of Miami. Fl under the Act of March 3. 1879 The Jewish Floridian ha* absorbed Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele oraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate^ Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, Am*. I oan Association of En'. sh.Jewish Newsoaner, Florid, Pre.. '..oelaUon SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ,,, ..nft TWO Y..r.:::::::::;: 8S FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publish. to his retirement he was associated with a son in the United Transfer Company. Mr. Mischaloff was a member of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach Mizraehi, the Zionist Organization of America, the Jewish National Fund Council, and Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth. Surviving him besides his widow and Rabbi Mascheloff are two sons. Irving, of Rockville Center, N. Y.. and Al, of Nesponsit, Long Island, and a daughter, Mrs. Mae Robins, of Forest Hills, N. Y. The body will be sent to New York for burial. Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 20 Number 42 Friday. October 17. 1947 CHESHVAN 3, 5708 YOUNG IUDEA GIVES LEADERSHIP COURSE Dr. David Andron delivered the first lecture of the Young Judea Leadership training course to the young-adults gathered in the office of S. A. Goodman, 927 Lincoln Rd., Wednesday, October 15, 8:00 p. m. His topic was "Zionist History and Judaism." It was the first of a series of fi lectures to train young men and women for correct leadership Young Judea dubs in the Greater Miami area being sponsor* by the Create, Miami Zioni* Youth Commi.-sio... Miss Dorothy Sussman, m man of the Your.fi Judea Lead* ship Council, will talkn W, Young Judea C'!-. and the ^ er" October 22. at the Mg Beach Jewish f.-ter. Also scW uled for that xei.ing KM £ pearance of Miss Klya Ben Hj conductor of dance groups uw New York. "LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ELEVENTH Jl' "'S'^OSTY > H IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT. CHANCERY N0 .12352 BMORY MEAR8. Plainur'. VtTHIlH MoMCA KINO MfcARR rwen1nnf ut -iR& MiY.-u, MONICA MN ; M '<-,Vi!. Wiiv ohe-t-r. Hani*, ^'•""'m'tbl to file your appi .,.ml* r 1* rarJten Dated: Octal)' .,' 'VIREKN'. ,v,,,iy Cl<* (Seal) ,„, MARION BROOKP. ^ Kolloltor for I'lnlnllir 10/17-24-31 11 •



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UY. OCTOBER 17, 1947 +Jewisti Ikii I, ki PAGE NINE Miami Rabbis ature of Beach PiiaiirHth Lodge Vi .,,,i Beach Lodge of B'nai f.hwill launch their fall proms with a forum on the sub"pacina The Future of Juda,„ America," featuring five Ibis of this area, on Tuesday Bber 21st, 8:15 p. m. at the ai „, Beach Jewish Center fcrticipating in the town-hall forum will be Dr. Jacob H. ,1 m rabbi emeritus, Temple ,.i '(Reform); Rabbi Leon nish Temple Beth Sholom, beral'j; Rabbi Irving Lehr, Miami Beach Jewish Cent• Co nservative); Rabbi Moses gel eloff, Congregation Beth b (Orthodox); Rabbi Joseph Kackovsky, Con gregation Hh Tfllah (Orthodox). Starry Zukernick, Miami Beach M M program chairman, will ,)derator. Various as„i the future of Judaism in United States will be pre5led by Uw speakers, accordu io /ukernick. Jewish educam Zionism, the synagogue, and 'problem of interfaith relas will highlight the talks, to followed by a question-andL W er session, with the audience hitinpating. [••li is hoped that this type of bum discussion will stimulate f'nai B'rith members and their [lends to consider seriously the k t( 0 f Jewish tradition and our heritage in this country," |id Walter Kovner, President the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai l-rith. ... short business session will the forum, according to Eovner, and there will be recogjjtion of the 105th anniversary of J'nai B'rith, which was founded bi October 13th, 1843. Admission is free and the public is invited. "O" TYPE BLOOD An emergency appeal for "O" type blood was issued by Dr. John Elliott, manager of the Dade County blood bank. "We've had an exceptionally large demand for that type," Dr. Elliott said. Donors are requested to report at the blood bank, 17S0 N. W. 10th Ave., between 8:30 a. m. and 5 p. m. If necessary transportation may be obtained by calling 8-1631. Miami Service League to Discuss Dinner Dance The Miami Service League will hold a regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Kate Golden, 1327 S. W. 3rd Street, Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Members are urged to bring in all outstanding monies for the forthcoming dinner-dance tickets. The affair, scheduled for November 2nd, will be held at the Copa Cabana. Mrs. Leon Kaplan, president of the League, asks early reservations in order to facilitate seating arrangements. Tickets may be secured by calling Mrs. John Temple at 48-4576. The shows stars Allen Gale, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. George Chertkof and Mrs. John Temple compose the committee in charge of the affair. Center Sisterhood Installed Monday Plans for the installation banquet to be given in honor of new officers of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at the Shelbourne Hotel, Monday, 12:30 p. m., were completed by the board at a luncheon held for them by Mrs. B. B. Wolfe, 1435 Alton Rd., last week. Harry Roger, well known piano entertainer is to be featured, according to Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program chairman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will give several vocal selections; Rabbi Lehrman is to be principal speaker for the afternoon. Mrs. Samuel Weisen and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe will serve as toastmistresses. Mrs. Ira Walsey is the new president and Mrs. M. S. Rubin, honorary president. Other officers to be installed are: Mrs. Lehrman, first vice pres.; Mrs. Raymond Rubin, second vice pres.; Mrs. Arthur Klein, third vice pres.; Mrs. George Goldberg, treasurer; Mrs. Benjamin Kohn, financial sec; Mrs. Seymour Rubin, recording sec; Mrs. Samuel Oka, social secy.; Mrs. Jack Falk and Mrs. William Feuer, corresponding secretaries; and Mrs. Joseph Rose, chaplain. 80.000 Total Expected As Registration Closes With over 75.000 voters already registered for Miami city elections on Nov 18 and 25, county officials expect a total of close to 80.000 before the books close on Oct. 18. Registration books have been removed from the precincts, but are still available at the courthouse office of the county supervisor of registration. If you have not already registered, you can get in under the wire today or tomorrow. NEW SURF HOTEL 89th On the Ocean BREAKFAST, LUNCH DINNERS Featuring Full Course Dinners From $1.50 Reservations 6-27*1 • 1 lalpern Chosen To lead Civic Group Washington Ave. association, flkli.imi Beui'h business and proessional men's civic improvement group recently elected Abe lalpern as president. Dr. Morris Goodman, retiring president, is |the new vice president. Other officers are C. L. Devin land E. N. Mathews, also vice (presidents, and J. F. Mathews, Secretary-treasurer. Dr. Maurice KU-in has been named honorary director. Bureau Holds Hebrew High School Classes Hebrew High School classes established by the Bureau of Jewish Education last year have resumed their sessions on Monday, October 13. Continued registration will take place during this week and the week of October 20. One class meets at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 P. M. The other class meets in Miami, at the Peninsular Institute, 223 E. Flagler St., Room 312, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2 P. M. Requirements for enrollment are: Graduation from a Talmud Torah or Hebrew School or equivalent education, and the minimum age requirement is 13. Further information can be had by calling the Bureau of Jewish Education—3-5858. FINEST IN SMOKED MEATS OF ALL KINDS f IPS 1 1 I Florida National Kosher Provision Company Phono 3-4225 230 N. W. 5th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA 170 NlUI. !>ST. SSiSSffii ? 3*. 2 9814 Mendelsohn's SSS? Restaurant IS NOW AIR COOLED DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS SERVED DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P.M. SATURDAY FROM 6 to 9 P.M. PHONE 5-9834 FREE PARKING 13th St. & Collins Ave., Miami Beach ^SNTV.^T r I A C C FOR EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Top. 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[p A Y ( OCTOBER 17, 1947 *Jenist) fhrkHan PAGE THREE totrict Vice-President to ldd ress B'nai B'rith Thc Miami Beach Chapter of ST B'rith Woirwn mark the ',lin of their 2nd year on fSH with their opening hC .7„,, of the season, Tuesday, n *S£r2l at one o'clock at the JffKTBSSS: Board 0*2 3rd Vice President *',.., .. D Win OUtn.ie U.C LSi B'rith Projects for the cornLTvear. Presiding will be the nf n, ... w President, Mrs. Eg man. She will welf ;.,. reet the 1947 slate of g nd al director, and the K si. ne 400 members. T h c' r( .u fficers are as follows: „' go] fjoldstrom, Counsellor; 5'' Alexander Libow, TreasurMrs Ir ng Frankcl, Recordhi Secret ry; Mrs. Mollie Schu„an Corresponding Sec'y; Mrs. ^vmour Satin, Sentinel; Mrs. larrv Weitzman, Guardian; Mrs. lose ph Mazo, Financial Sec'y; /rs Harold Turk, 1st V. Pres.; K. David Harris, 2nd V. Pres.; •rusted, the Mesdames Carl tinkle and Philip Lefkowitz; Joard of Directors, the Mesdames %  jcorge Talianoff, Arthur FishCan Helm Sanders, Dave Alper, pack Foii. George Bertman, Ruth Iciatt. Morris Bernstein, Irving Becker, Meyer Baskin, Barney Wrinkle. Mi x Miller, Harold feinn Sam Lachman, Alec RichIrdson, S p Hershey, Ida OptL, i| Dinnerstein, Paul Ce'iUman, Donald Rubin, Sanbnrd Le< ine, Ella Goodman, Louis E| tein and Miss Freda Bhifman. %  Beth David Sisterhood |Plans Membership Tea Beth David Sisterhood anpnunced a membership tea to Sake place in November with Mrs. Bernard Sterling as chairJuan for tl i affair. i Recent • ides honored at last Wednesday .meting included JMrs. Frank Marks, Mrs. SeyBnnur Gl e, Mrs. Saul Restick. Mrs. Ha. "Id Goldstein, Mrs. %  Inward S ..art/. Mrs. Bernard Mpplchaum: also, prospective fcndc. Mis.Ii ne Jacobs. University Students Wed At Beth David Miss Minnie Levy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Levy. 1660 S.W. First St., is now Mrs. Joseph Resenkrantz, following the marriage of the University of Miami students before their immediate families the morning* of September 12th at the Beth David. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. ../inner for 50 guests at the Blackstone Hotel followed the ceremony. Mr. Rosenkrantz, son of Mrs 'aye Rosenkrantz, 429 N.W. Fifth Vve., is a veteran of the Army Aii Force, now majoring in psychology at the university. The couple are now living with his mother after their honeymoon in Miami Beach. Miss Germaine Blum To Wed Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blum announce the coming marriage of their daughter, Germaine. to Mr. Stanley Perlman. Miss Blum is widely known in greater Miami as a photographic model. Mr. Perlman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Perlman, formerly of Long Island and now of Miami Beach, was a 1st Lieutenant in the Air force and still retains his commission in the Reserves. He is engaged in thc manufacturing of ladies' ready-to-wear in Miami as Trade Winds Dress and Sportswear Company. Thc wedding will take place at [-Temple Beth Sholom on the 19th of October and the young couple expect to honeymoon in Ciudad Tijujillo, Dominican Republic. Upon their return, they will take up residence in the new Wavcrly Arms now under construction on Biscayne Island. FOR RENT [Bedroom Apartment for the Season. [S1.200 UNTIL END OF MAY ADULTS ONLY 226 S.W 22nd Avenue Phone 48-8113 I it K E SHOPPING SERVICE .u >Ult)f. Phone 5-7355 CONSUMi,,., AID toVIDTIIINO %  UHCAU lOi ATMON PHILIPS PLUMBING | 6229 N. E. 2nd Aveoue PHONE 78-6557 • Burnett Roth will introduce city officials and explain the purpose of the Dade County Fair Rents Council at a tenants party to be held tomorrow at 8:30 p. m. at the Frolics Club. Theresa Kanter is in charge of tickets. Max Singer heads the arrangements committee. Social Service Bureau Adds Office Space; Seeks New Members The Jewish Social Service Bureau has announced the acquiI sition of larger officespace to | more adequately serve the local community, Charles Cohen, exI ccutive director, announced. Offices have been moved to the j 6th floor of the present location, 127 N. W. 2nd Street, and occupy more than 1100 feet of floor space. Private consultation rooms are now in use for the staff in serving the public. Mr. Cohen stated that he now has four case workers, a supervisor, and three employees in the clerical department, comprising the JSSB staff. The budget committee of thc Bureau this week presented a request to the Dade County Community Chest, of which it is a participating agency, for $59,900 to complete its total estimated needs of $68,945 for thc coming year. The Bureau is now in the midst of a membership drive, seeking 500 life in addition to annual memberships from among the Greater Miami community. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers is heading the drive and is assisted by Rabbis Max Shapiro and Irving Lehrman as co-chairmen. Part of the funds derived from the membership will be used to meet budgetary requirements. Applebaums Married In New York Ceremony New York will be the temporary home of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Applebaum, former students of thc University of Miami, who were married September 13 in the Concourse Plaza Hotel, Bronx, N. Y. She was Miss Inez Schulman, daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Schulman, 1040 15th St.. Miami Beach. Mr. Applebaum is % he son of Mrs. Svlvia Applebaum, 1308 Pennsylvania Ave. The bride was attended by Miss Larraine Goulet. Harvey Applebaum was best man. The bridegroom served in the Air Corps for two years. SUNRAYrARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE m AND CHROHIC CJES _V.iL ••" ** ao'-'couBT 7~l.B-.a M IAMI FLOP-DA A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 *y Quality 9ood (product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FL31IJA iMOVISION 6&, Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phon. 2-* 141 Here Is An Opportunity For a Public-Spirited Person To Do a Community Service! f 0 U r t ^ v !. v -"I'P"'nted Executive Director of the Jewish Home Ob'-.;*;-, ged ca nnot assume his duties until he succeeds in eoniirtu. a ,wo -bedroom apartment or house for his family. 11. h /; f wife and two children. This matter is urgent, here for ,Z 'T' Miami expressly for this purpose. Will be WlU PAY BETWEEN $100 and 1125-PLEASE CALL 3-2470 Our Double Bar Mitzvah Ceremony For Cousins Cousins Wayne Ernest Tobin and Barry John Cromer, will launch into manhood together in a double Bar Mitzvah ceremony at Temple Israel, October 25 at 11 p. m. Wayne is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin, 552 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach; Barry of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper S. Cromer, 1627 S. W. 13th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will officiate. A reception will follow on Sunday from 3 to 5 p. m. in Kaplan hall, Temple Israel. No invitations will be issued, but all friends and relatives of the two families are invited to both the reception and ceremony. Alpha Epsilon Phi alumni held its regular monthly meeting last night at the home of Miss Ruth Wolkowsky. 348 N. E. 21st St. ^ju^^etj R.-uplloUlrrlng • Slip e'ver • Draperies • llriliprrml* • < 'ornli-PH GUARANTEED WORK FprTFREE ESTIMATE tftmi 33Q89 WKXKwMimBPm "* il A.J. Congress To Honor Dr. Andron Opening fall meeting of the Miami chapter, Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, to be held at the Miami Colonial Hotel, October 22, 1:00 p. m., will be presided over by Mrs. Sidney Stepkin following a Dutch-treat schmorgasbord luncheon and program in the Shell Room. Dr. David S. Andron, director of the Miami Beach Hebrew Acadumy, will speak on "Jewish Ideology and Jewish Education," as planned by Mrs. Herbert Silver, program chairman. Several interpretive numbers will be sung by Lucille Goldenburg, contralto and former radio artist of New York. Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Florida Women's Division, will welcome new members and explain some of the work of the American Jewish Congress. Newcomers and prospective members wishing to attend this luncheon-meeting are advised to make reservations by calling Mrs. David Rabinowitz or Mrs. Stepkin. M O N U M E N-T S SPECIAL DESIGNS —and— PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 "Be Sure to Mark the Resting Place of Your Loved Ones." Experinced In Miami Since 1925 THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 3253 S. W. 8th St. Two-Story White Building —Opposite— Woodlawn Cemetery. JEtTow—At vour service with the finest in PIANOS ami IIAIIIO-PHOXOGRAPHS In Both 4 OICAL l.\IHI> and MIAMI We announce with pleasure the opening of our new branch store at 2616 Ponce de Leon Blvd. in Coral Gables FEATURED IN OUR TWO STORES SERVING THE GREATER MIAMI AREA WILL BE THESE WORLD-FAMOUS LINES: Baldwin. Baldwin Acrosonic, Hamilton and Howard Pianos. The new Baldwin electronic organ. Scoli, Stromberg-Carlson, General Electric, Farnsworth. Bendix, Wilcox-Gay "Records" Radios and Radio-Phonographs. The Hammond Solovox. A wide variety of th-se fine instruments is on display in both our Miami ami Coral Gables stores. We believe that through these conveniently located stores we can better serve the music-1 v ng public ol South Florida. It is our pledge that we shall continue to offer only the best in Pianos, Electronic Organs, Radios ancf'allied products. At the same time, we pledge that our service for both Radios and Pianos will match in quality the quality of the fine products we represent. For the best in Pianos. Radios. Piano or Radio Service, visit the Earl Billings Music Company store nearest you. k O M P N V Baldwin Pianos and Organs— The Finest In Radios IN MIAMI AT 3900 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 9-9452 IN CORAL GABLES AT 2616 PONCE de LEON BLVD. IN FORT LAUDERDALE SOON! Within about two weeks the opening of our new store at 726 E. Las Olas Blvd., in Fort Laurerdale, will be announced. %  %  % • %  • %  i 1