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The Jewish Floridian ( October 24, 1947 )

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LIST OF 300,000 DPS ARE AVAiLABLE FOR I ASPt # TtO V AT JEWtStt Ft.ORUH.lA ihdfewiisltUEIliOipidliiaun •^JME JQ NUMBER 43 ~ Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. OCTOBER 24. 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS %  (datives Located Through DP List Numerous Miamians spent many hours this week checking a list of more than three hundred thousand Jewish people living in Dislaced Persons Camps. Now on file at the office of the Jewish Florid ian the list of DP's taken from camp rosters throughout Germany, Poland and Italy, were brought to this country by Dr. Stephen c Wise Volunteer workers of the local groups of the American Jewish CoiiKL'i'ss are on hand to assist those seeking to locate relatives from 1 tu 4 p. mdaily, Monday through Thursdays. The Location Service project is under the general chairmanship of Mrs. Leonard Barr, assist< il by Mrs. William Loeb, of the Miami Beach chapter, and Mrs. Leunore Curtice, of the Miami group. Recognizing the names of relatives this week were Joseph Shaktman, Louis Greenblatt, Kalman Meycrovitz, and Mrs. Irving HanTlie Jewish Floridian offices are located at 120 N.E. Sixth Street. NEW BEACH "Y" PROPERTY SITE OPEN FOR INSPECTION SUNDAY One thousand Miami Beach residents have been invited by the Miami Beach YM & WHA to make a public inspection this Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 of the new site and view the coni struct ion progress of the extensive $750,000 building program. Located at 1536 Bay Rd., the site extends to the bay front and will afford ample room for complete "Y" and center facilities. "No solicitations, speeches or formalities," was the direct quote issued by Louis Heiman, chairman of the building fund campaign. Plans for the campaign to be held November 15 to 25 were House Group Will Ask IRO To Set Refugee Quotas WASHINGTON. (JTA) — The House Immigration sub-committee which recently toured displaced persons camps in Europe will request the International Refugee Organization to call a j special conference about Novem[ ber 15, in order to decide how; many refugees each of the member countries should admit, it was disclosed here by Rep. Frank Chelf, Kentucky Republican, a member of the sub-committee. Chelf had said earlier that the sub-committee believed that the. DP question could be placed be-1 fore the U.N. General Assembly j immediately so that body could apportion the 700,000 DP's on a| pro-rata basis. However, after I he conferred with Undersecretary of state Robert Lovett and Assistant Secretary of State Charles ESaltzmin, he stated that the sub-committee now favored a special IRO parley instead. It >s hoped that two Senators, two Congressmen and two State Department representatives will attend the conference. completed this week after a gathering of the campaign workers on the property, two blocks south of Lincoln Rd., Mr. Heiman added. Carl Weinkle, president ol the organization, stated that $150,000 had already been pledged of the estimated $300,000 total needed for this first project. Anticipated extras on the property include an outdoor swimming pool, basketball court, softball diamond and children's playground. The administration building, whose completion by the King Construction Co., is expected the early part of December, will contain an auditorium seating 350, lockers for men and women, meeting rooms and a kitchen. A. Herbert Mathes is the architect. Campaign planning committee serving with Mr. Heiman are: Joseph Berman, George Bertman, Archie Brick, A. Budd Cutler, Irving Frankel, Nat Weinkle and Harry Zuckernick. Refreshments and entertainment for this Sunday are under the charge of Mrs. Milton Sirkin, aided by Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Edith Weinstein and Mrs. Leo Chaikin. Construction committee of which Milton Sirkin is chairman, is composed of James Albert, Joseph Berman, George Bertman, Samuel Rivkind, Harry Sirkin, Carl Weinkle, Irving Frankel, Jules Canning, Leo Hubrman, and Louis Heiman. Demand British Maintain Order In Palestine LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)—The governments of the United States and Britain differ on the question of whether the British have the le al i ight to unilaterally surfer the Palestine Mandate and withdraw their troops, leav"ig thu country in a state of possible chaos, it was learned here. .,7* of the U. S. delegation th,i n Ud Nati ns emphasize en L' na Smuch as th e "• S. is a %  -signatory to the Mandate and res Ponsible for protecting Am"can mterests in Palestine, .Washington d es not agree with men, W of the Britis h Governtermin ^ at the Mandate can be erm.nated by Britain and her


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fr I I lloublo liar Mitzva At TVinple Israel Wayne Ernest Tobin. left, and Barry John Cromerwhose Bar Mitzvahs tomorrow. 11 a.m.. at Tempi. &WjJ < 5 M T ^? i£j nounced by their parents. Mr. and Mrs. > Harold G. Tobin and Mr and Mrs. Jasper S. Cromer. Reception will be in Kaplan hall. Sunday. 3 loS p.m. Mrs. Ella Cromer of Ashe^lle. N C.. grandmother of Barry, and Mr and Mrs Harry Segal of Jersey City, uncle and aunt of both boys, will be in Miami to attend the ceremony. ^^_____ Women's Duckpin League in Close Finish Clothing Collection To Aid Flood Victims Clot Personally Speaking .. K.or Claudia Marsha, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jj8& NV 32„d Av,. a, ,he Vfcttfa ho.pi.aL October 9. • • j M ,. \o team mm — t { ^ „ : > % %  age ; ,d "" given for Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Adler in the Shelborne hotel ehind. chairman of a nittee Sunday by heir sons David and Sidney. The Adlers. who live i the J ; : y the orgwuMi • a t 2995 S.W. 20th St., came here two years ago from Redbank, being first men s chapter ol B'nai B'rith serves with Clothing may be delivered to Mrs. Katz, 2100 S. W. 24th Ten, or J-:. Bi : %  •>'. 601 N. Miami Ave. The B'nai B5rith commit; tie U with Harvey post ol th Am. ri an Le•:. effort to alleviate bowle .. ol nooded-out fiamiurged io gi itn Mrs th the;: rs. V I tr the thi .(.-ague Temple Israel Sisterhood Executive Board Meets lies. if the v. inesLichenstein-August 15 p. m. Wed In Boston Monthly board meeting of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will be in the form of a luncheon at the Downtown Club. Wednesday. October 29. 1 p. m. Plans for the forthcoming party and donor luncheon will be discussed. :.".. Mary Licntei stein of Mai[en, Mass.. became Mrs. Louis Gables Women Appoint Committee Chairmen Report of the delegates attendCommitti a for the _._, ing the Conference of Jewish oral Gables Womens Chapter of • .. „.;„„ Wome:. s Organizations meeting B nth were appointed at .. .. —„„, I is week will highlight the Temtheir first board meeting last, _. _. ,.i_, ., pie Israel Sisterhood executive k, held at tne home of Mrs.;, ... „ .._,__ I board session which is gathering Sam Schulefanc, president. U_J..I *„_ M „ to plan their schedule for the Following are the chairmen apw ,. „ n Mon day, October 27. Mrs. Frankel's Announce Daughter's Marriage Mr. ar.d Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel, active Miami Beach commj. nal workers, announce the nu-. riage of thendaughter. Naial* Sandra, to Bruce Lawrew Greenberg. The ceremony took place Wednesday, Oct. 13, in the study of Rabbi Irving Lehrmji Dinner at the Roney Plaza how followed. The bride is regional presidem of Junior Hadassah. She receivd her Bachelor of Arts and Lai Degrees from the University i Miami where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Greenberg. son of Mr. ml Mrs. Charles Greer.berg of Topeka, Kan., and Los Ar.gelts, Calif., received his Bachelor ol Science degre>from the l'-:versity of Kansas ar.d did graduat* work at Harvard University School of Busir.e.-s Administntion. After a wedding trip to Havana, the couple will make that home in Los Angeles. pointed: Constitution, Mrs. Sam Silver; program, Mrs. Dewey Klein; membership, Mrs. Lawrence Simpkin; publicity, Mrs. % urdines Sapphl August at an afternoon wedding j Charles R. Jacobson; refreshI m h. town last Sunday.. ments, Mrs. Joseph L. Rogers; I is ;:.. son il Mr. and Hillel, Mrs. Bernard Abramson: Michael August of 447 S. W. telephone, Mrs, Lonard Spiegel: Rd., Miami. hospitality, Mrs. Sydney Lewis Dau : Mr. and Mrs. Hyand Mrs. Sydney Richmond! Nan Samuel Lichtenstein of Mai-jtional Jewish Monthly, Mrs. Os, Mrs. August has been active car Sindell; ADL, Mr.-. Luke in social and welfare work there. Kussm i 'tings. Mrs. Leon Thou.:, both attended schools in Honig; ways and means, Mrs. Boston, the couple did not meet Leonard Glickstein. until she visited in Miami last Star Sapphire nylon hosiery $095 year. After a brief honeymoon in New York and Washington, the Augusts will reside in Miami. >2 pair Sheer and flattering for fall dresses in the beautiful Dark Secret shade. Finely made 15-denier construction. Come in and examine the fine details of Star Sapphire —you'll want several pairs for your wardrobe. Sizes 8' : to 10' : in medeium lengths in the group. BURDINE'B, MIAMI. HOSIERY, STREET riDQR A. P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will speak on the subject "Recent Trends in Jewish Education," before the West Palm "WELCOME DANCE" TO BE i Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge GIVEN FOR HILLEL MEMBERS, Tuesday, October 28. a! 8:15 "Welcome Dance" of the Hillel Pm house postponed from October 11,1 T** I will take place at the Robert % IRichter hotel tomorrow night, inlk I honor of new and prospective members, Rabbi Albert Michael,! director, announced. New student officers include:It Charles Greenfield, 2315 Meridian Ave,, Miami Beach, will be nostess to the group. Representatives to the Conference included Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Marion B. Ross and Mrs. Elry Stone, regular delegates. Mrs. Albert Hirsch and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman substituted for Mrs. V. Simons and Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, CONVENTION DELEGATES ANNOUNCED Miami Beach group of Hadassah is represented at the annual convention, in Atlantic City, October 24-28, by Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein, president; Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mrs. Abe Goodman. Mrs. Rubin. Mis. Emauel Gold Strich, Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Irving Rothman, and Mrs. Morris Alpert. Greenberg-Block Betrothal Revealed Betrothal of Miss Shirley Greenberg to Jack Block was revealed to their friends at a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dubbin, brother-ir.-la* and sister of the bride-elect, III Catalina PL, Coral Gables. TK wedding I, planned for Dew bcr. ,_ Daughter of Joseph GnaW 334 20th St., Miami Beac:.. Su Grenb.rg ,:uate of M Senior High School. She stte* ed the University of North C* Una and Miami. Mr. Block, son of Mrs. Block, 2276 S. W. Second SL a law studem at the Lmva* of Miami. H R<;aduatedJ Miami Beach H.Rh scM served two years m the amANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING MARYS CORAL INN Mike Klarfild, presidnt; Carole 802 S.W. 12th Avenue Dehcioui Home Cookm B Served In a Home Atmosphere Moderate Prices. Miss Sail Hosts To University Friends Miss Edith Sail will be hostess to Miami Beach High school | classmates and several friends from the University of Miami at i her home tomorrow evening. The party which includes dinner and I dancing is being given for her [ by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ned E. Sail, 2980 Flamingo Dr., Miami Beach. Edith is active at school in the International Relations club. The family moved here from New York three years ago. The ni „„. _, Moderate Prices. Tanner., vice president: Hup. L.^r.T.I'.'I'l.Tl ""' s„nday 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tanenbaum, treasurer; Jean Fleischman, corresponding 31 tary; and Sis Warfield, recording Been tary. Memberships will be accepted any time this month, Rabbi Michaels said. RAPHAELS HOTEL 146 WASHINGTON AVENUE • MIAMI BEACH CATERING TOR CONVENTIONS. PARTIES, SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS FUNCTIONS Will Re-open Strictly KOSHER Dining Room Friday Evening, October 31st. P H O N E—513189



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FRIDAY, O CTOBER 24, 1947 *Jenisti fkrldMan PAGE THREE lerviee League o| Benefit %  Wjitiires Star I Hikiesai-de is scheduled to head L. cast of performers for the Lianv Service League dinnerCance at the Copa Cabana, SunTL evening, November 2, 7 p. m Cccodine to an announcement L Mrs. Leon Kaplan, president hl league. Proceeds of the -(fair will be added to the Y. building Fund to purchase equip T, ent for the new building, Mrs ((apian stated. Women's group of the Miami Service League was originally Ifoimecl 'luring the war to give Lid to servicemen, but since cessation of hostilities the organiEtion has been converted to a %  peace lime 6 rou P and is no %  working exclusively for the MiL ml Y M. & Y.W.H.A. I Reservations for the diner%  dance cost SI2.50 per person and Kiay be obtained by calling the %  reservation committee, Mrs. Kaplan. 2-4498; Mrs. George ChertBuiff. 3-7223; Mrs. John Temple, |48-457fi. |Dunn Urges Early Sewer Completion James A. Dunn, candidate for Ifjity Commissioneri has taken for his platform first, the early comof the sewer program and ;ely allied restoration and expansion of the street and sidewalk projects, all of which are in [ti, pro %  ss of fulfillment. •i also hope to give the city |employees at all times a wage commensurate with services renand a good living," Mr. Dunn said. Recently a survey has been completed which now %  equalizepay schedules in conBnrmity with like work in private pnterpi Other city projects in "Jim" Dunn's plans include a continuaof parks and playground exjansion, removal of railroads %  rom downtown areas with the JKtablisr.inent of accruing parkng areas "to relieve the heavilv congested vehicular traffic," nnre adequate fire protection ind transportation system, and development of permanent industries "without jeopardizing bur natural popularity as a yearround visitor resort." [Sermon Topic "Natural" "Florida Floods and Noah's Irk," si i mon dealing with sedof the week, brought an unially large audience of townspeople to the first Friday night eries of services at the Hillel Gainesville, Fla., last veek, according to its director, Rabbi Gerald Engel. Recent destruction caused by the hurricanes, said Rabbi Engel, made he topic a "natural." Rabbi Engel has been spiritual eader of the community for the "' three years. bast vy m „ Y HEALTH REPORT \>Jfc.l'-, HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONV-' • • K| „cl m *" D C1.ROI11C CASE* WNITI ro. too.B lit I* Jo" COURT 4iasa—MIAM I nnp in* J nf mm^ HOMC Walitu 3cod |00D PRODUCTS lrinam i f tributed by tit* fm PROVIIIOS CO., Inc. 1725 *W. 7th Avenu. Phon. Mm Robert Blank To Conduct Bar Mitzvah Services Announcement has been made of the Bar Mitzvah of Robert Joel Blank by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, 1301 S. W. 3rd St., Saturday, October 25 at 9 a. m., to take place at the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S. W. 12th Ave. The Bar Mitzvah, aided by his brother, Herbert, will conduct .he entire service. Rabbi Simon April will respond. Open house will be held for riends and relatives of the family at the Congregation. Sunday, 3 p. m. Out-of-town guests jxpected are: Mrs. Ida Solodor and Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Huckman, Maplewood, N. J.; Samuel Solodor, Morristown. N. J.; Meyer Solordor, Trenton, N. J.; Mr. and'Mrs. Joseph Blank and Mr. Sam Blank, New York City. Plaque Presentation Highlights MJOC Meet Presentation of a plaque to Mr. A. Pepper in recognition of the efforts of his late wife on behalf of the congregation highlighted the annual election meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Tuesday. The ceremonies were conducted by Mr. Max Kuperstein, designer of the placque, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, viho delivered brief addresses eulogizing the late Mrs. Pepper. Mr. A. M. Bear, retiring president, conducted the election and all of the officers were chosen without opposition. Heading the organization for the coming year will be: Sidney H. Palmer, president; Max R. Silver, first vice president; Wallace Maer, second vice president; Frank Weinstein, third vice president; Charles Adelman, recording secretary; N. Abraham, financial secretary; and Hi Rafras, treasurer. Top eighteen men chosen to serve on the board of directors include: Morris Pepper, A. Pepper, Fred Shochet, Nathan Adelman, Phil Berkowitz, A. M. Bear, Max Kupferstcin, Max Mintzer, Louis Weintraub, Sid Wasserman, J. B. Effenson, D. Simon, Harry Steinberg, D. Singer, Max Rappaport, Emanuel Karger, Jenkins Cohen and Lewis Green. Delegates to the Cemetery Association are Sidney H. Palmer, A. Pepper and Max Mintzer. Abe Goldman Named To District Post Announcement has been made of the appointment of Abe Goldman as chairman of the newly organized Un-American Activities Committee of Tenth District, American Legion, by district commander, Harry Cooper of Miami Beach. Goldman was formerly cochairman of the Americanism committee of the Legion. His plans for this district, which includes Dade county to Key West, are to select representatives from each local area to serve on his committee. Work of the committee is cleared through the Federal Bureau of Investigation. An employee of DadeCounty Sheriff's office, Goldman lives at 862 S. W. 6th St. Bemuda Hotel Assn. Bans Discrimination HAMILTON, Bermuda. (JTA) Sir Howard Trott, president of the Bermuda Hotels Association, has announced that his organization will soon institute a policy of non-discrimination toward tourists. NEW YORK. (JTA) — The 6,000,000 Jews murdered by the Nazis before and during World War II and 40,000 Jewish heroes who died in the Battle of Warsaw Ghetto were honored this week at the dedication of the site of a permanent memorial on Riverside Drive here. The project is NEW LOCATEON PHILLIPS PLUMBING 6229 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 78-6557 • RraphoVlcrirg • Slip rovers • Rrapcrlcn • [: %  : -.;-. Mtdl • I cn:ir:' GUARANTEED WORK MONUMENTS 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 —ODDosite— Woodlawn Cemetery. IN MEMORIAM fcs • • • ABRAHAM I. ORLANSKY • • • Passed away to his eternal rest on October 22, 1946 • • • "Gone but not forgotten." 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^K'-**?*$** %  tw^MEil i ;; • • I • r I r •1 % %  • %  % %  % %  PAGE FUUH faith fUrir/nri FRIDAY, OCTOBER M 4H Editorial F A C E_F ACTS By George J. TalianoH. Florida Regional Director.AntDefamation League. 330 Sey bold Building. Miami. Florida. This week we were greeted with th* news that Kirstenillafistad. former darling of the Metropolitan Opera, is to give a Miami concert on October 30. Public reaction to Una an nouncement has ben overwhelmingly unfavorable to Miss Flaf,nd that is readily underThe Koad Ahead With Soviet Russia and the United States oHidailybackina the orinciples of partitition as the sole key to the solution S the Palesune problem, reason dictates that the present ses2on ol fte General Assembly will ^fflCSSS^Sd solving the complex issue with firmness and determinat on ana thus rightat least to some degree, an historic wrongfWhfc*cos the Jewish people 6,000,000 lives. However, it would be in dulging in excessive opUsim to assume that, just because stad gnd „ re partition proposal received approval torn the world %  9ates standable whcn we considei the "S facto follows t£at the international conclave ^following known tab: y vote approval of the UNSCOP majority report. | Jack m Ml when U; The debate before the Ad Hoc Committee on !" *jJV ^ej!an citizen, was living ended. Both the Jews and the Arabs were given an opportunity to present and defend their respective positions. .Russia the United States, Britain and a great number of other countries have spoken. The issue has been joined. But no decision has yet been reached, and there will be no elation among Jews until the just verdict is officially pronounced. It is a card.nal fact in international affairs that global policy originates with the great powers. It is also a basic fact mat, — m in "&ry refused to give her once a great power decides on a policy it uses its influence (hc necessary -sanction. Neverand prestige that swing the lesser powers into line. It is not thcIess s he flew ^ Portugal j within our province to tell Soviet Ilcssia to swing the countries fascist-dominated nation, and within her orbit or influence to support her stand on the Palestine went from he ^h -i^and issue. But it is plainly within our domain as American citizens to over Nazi tern ry^ ^ ^ rem.nd our government that, once having espoused the cause | ^ wjthout Nazi app roval. of Jewish statehood, it is bound, by duty and morals, to perThereafter, according to a suade the wavering nations into following its course. If we „ Now Y ork Times" report of lock the courage to have others see the justice of our convicJuno 15 1945. Miss Flagstads .ions, we must necessarily sufier in our struggle for world ^ff^^g^SX leadership. thp occupat ion of the Nazis by selling lumber to the Germans and by actually joining the Nazi partv. It is estimated that Johansen made 60.000.000 crowns in 1, case you're writing a play |Margaret Mitchell is reluctant to, drnlinR with the Germans. Jo%  it'h an eyi to selling it to the part with the stage rights, and hansen died recently before he ..... u.._ -,.i.....,^o i hac*.H nn crtU \A he brought to trial. %  cgian Citizen, was """B 1 the United States. In April. 1941 she requested the Norwegian" legation in Washington to obtain the necessary visas to enable her to join her husband. Henrv Johansen, in Norway. Because of the occupation of her country bv the Nazis, the Norwe%  efused to give her FILM FOLK "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. ft (Wllll JII < > e i" ov.....t> — r%  movies) this ought to interest that her reluctance is based on you! In the last ten years, 40,445 the fact she received only $55,plays have been copyrighted by 000 for screen rights to her book, playwrights. Of the total number w jth the picture already having submitted, 800 were produced, grossed more than $35,000,000. oi winch 155 were financial sue-1 • • • Fanny Briee tells that a survey s • • of her fan mail has convinced Danny Kaye's recently inked her that she had better go into %  .. it| Warner Bros, provides the doll business. Parents and his wife, Sylvia Fine, will children alike have been writing si v< as associate producer on her to ask where they can buy a makeand will receive -Baby Snooks" doll. At present United States to renew her opcr,000 per picture. The con-' nu Snooks dolls are being mangives Danny and Sylvia I ufaetured, but Fanny hopes to great deal of autonomy in jtarl on this project by the first choice of material, contents, othof next year so the dolls will be dayers, etc. The current -'trial rea dy for Christmas, 1948. paration" of Kaye and his wife • • • ,ve no bearing on The musical score for "Foreuerj professional association. "New York Times" article concludes with a quote from remarks bv the President of the Norwegian parliament. "As far ns Norwegians are concerned, Kirsten Flagstad is dead." And now Miss Flagstad. after an absence of six years, with a cloud of susoicion hovering about her concerning her position dur: inc the war. has returned to the atic career. We pass no judgment whatsoever on Flaestad's voice, which we understand to be of high artistic qualities. We. howevef, resent deeplv her return to this fact that she U. N. TRENDSi The statement delivered by the U. S. delegation at the United Nations Ad Hoc Committee on Palestine was the result of hard bargaining between President Truman and Secretary of State Marshall Truman tried to make it as acceptable as possible to the Jews, while Marshall was inclined to make it more palatable to the Arabs Incidentally, prior to completing the text. Marshall met not only with Zionist leaders, but also with Palestine security experts ... He wanted to establish the extent to which Jews in Palestine can take care of themselves in case of Arab violence, after the British begin to withdraw their forces from the country ... As matters stand now, it is predicted in Zionist circles that although Britain will definitely begin to withdraw its troops from Palestine, it will, at the same time, participate in the implementation of the U. N. decision ... It can now be revealed that British Colonial Secretary Creech-Jones has been working very hard in New York to bring together representatives of the Jewish Agency and the Arab delegations to the United Nations However, he has not been successful ... It can also be disclosed now that British Foreign Minister Bevin, known for his anti-Zionist sentiments, is no longer opposing partition This may sound doubtful to some, but there is no question about it in the ranks of Zionist delegation at the United Nations is not playing anti-Zionist politics behind the scenes of the General Assembly One high Zionist leader conferred with CreechJones this week on very important matters resulting from the UNSCOP report Present at this meeting was only one other person: Fanny Holtzmann, the internationally know lawyer, an American-Jewish woman who has distinguished herself as advisor to a number of governments %  from the U. S. after the war $75,000 When inter* fi the ship carried about Won n sengers" whose passage 'wT E yielding atrherateo7$r 5 Teach WaS ^ a total of $210,000 country and the Amber" runs 450 pages, weighs will undoubtedly profit hand17 pounds and will last for 118 somely bv commercializing her • • • li pounds ana will last lor no somely hv commercializing ner Sam Goldwyn, Jr., 21-year-old I minutes on the screen. David art uoon the American public of the topranking producer. Raskin, who composed the music j desoite her questionable war been signed as an assigned f or -Laura," turned out the score record. 06VI1 Mfiocn *,--< "'• ,.-~.e*--— iui uuufu, btuiftcu vw. ra gww, rCCorci. producer for the J. Arthur Rank ln e jght and one-half weeks to i However, let ore of her own %  on, Sammy Jr. probscl a record in Hollywood tot a ably will be assigned to work at ma jor picture. He worked from Two Cities Studios. He or.ly re, 7 a m l0 j a m eV ery day to ccntly returned from England i nu et a deadline which permit after a six-month training ses-! 2 0th century-Fox to finish the under Sydney ("Seventh pit ture in llmc for an October Veil") Box, Gainsborough stucios 29th ruleasc While the average picture's muMenahcm Pressler, 18 Pali stinian pianist, who tlie MGM album of music from Metro's Paul Henrcid-Kathenne Hepburn "Song of Love," will make his first American concert .. sic seldom runs more than 60 min' yCar A H u tes of the tolal P lavin 8 tlmo recorded Raskm S scort for ••foreuer Amber covers all except 16 minutes of the film. Al Newman, 20th's musical director, has finished remencan concert, i00-piece tour in IM^-Hc'llpay ou orchestra. The recording took concerts with the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra alone, plusi i niee weeKS # # ,1 otier symphonic dates. | Gn)Ucho Marx lhe eyebrow • ,. and impudence man whose comic, CBS playwright-director-prosla( t alo QUcnos havc bucn {klb ducer Norman Corwin is mulling and a bid from the United Nations to ShOW will subject members of the studio audience to the same brash technique in his new ABC broadcast, "You Bet Your Life," which will have its premiere on Monday, October 27. It will be a weekly half-hour participation show. Contestants whose mental agility most nearly matches that of the comedian with the painted moustache and the seedy frock coat for worldwide distribution dramatizing the UN General AsBembly as a "town meeting" of the nations of the world. Norman, who is currently here in Hollywood, has expressed interest in the idea. The possibility is seen that the series might be aired in i i J, S. via' the CBS network, beamed overseas by the UN rtwave facilities, and copies countrymen exoress his reaction to ber sin Bin a enericcment in Miami. Said Mr. B. K. .Tervell in the Miami Herald of recent date: "... Her visit here on October 30. I do not think will interest Norwceian-Am": rnns rega'-dlnec n' her rrncnificrnt voice Art. science and music mav be International, but in thi* case. we Nnrweeian-Americans have and Mrs. Flacstad-.Tohansen's afand Mrs Flanstad-.Tohansen's affair* in Norwav during the war "t>ev were Hitler's friendand beriehorl themselves hv millions of dollars t v rough this "'r other words, thev were traitors to the Norwegian government ard nation. That is the reason why we Norwegian-American* do rot accent her, regardlss of her musical talents." P'lbllKh.rt 'v'v Priday lnr 1W> hv Thf J.wljh Florirtin t 190 N F •siyth Strt Miimi 1B Flnrlria En of the'platters shipped through-[ will receive the largest winnings out the world for airing by local tations. • • • The success of "Gone With the Wind" in its current fourth time around the nation's filmeries has revived producer David O. Selznick's idea of converting it into a Broadway musical. With the film this vear outgrossing its 1942 record.'Selznick is talking seriously ( f staging the musical. Although it ii not definitely ,,, it that author • • Georgic Jcssel, 20th CenturyFox producer, who has just completed the Tyrone Power film %  Nightmare Alley," will play his first night-club date in many •ears, having been signed for January at the Copacabana, Miami Beach, Fla., for $12,500 weekly. George has previously taken sabbaticals from his producing chores for personal appearances, but heretofore hi turned down nitery work, SURSCRIPT.CN RATES'"'" One Var _. FRPTl y OTTor-trr-p MW irn Puhllih.r Telenhonea 2-1141— 2-B212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 20 Number 42 Fridav October 24, 1947 CHESHVAN 10, 5708 ZIONIST STRATEGY: The question that is uppermost now in the minds of Zionist leadership is: "What if the U. N. General Assembly postpones a decision on partition without rejecting it?" The Jewish "General Staff"—composed of members of the special political committee elected at the last World Zionist Concress and of Jewish Agency leaders—is now in continuous session in New York discussing this question There are two concrete suggestions One group advocates the proclamaheaded by David Ben Gurion, which should take over the area marked bv the UNSCOP majority for a Jewish state, immediately after the British Mandate is terminated by the United Nnions The other group proposes that after givine up the Mandate, Britain should be asked by the Jewish Agency to remain temporarily in Palestine, '•ut not to interfere in immigration matters Free from the obligations of the Mandate, British authorities in Palestine need no longer guard the shores of the country, if they do not • i to do so Some work in sounding out the British on the second proposal is being done quietly And strange as it may seem, the Palestine Laborites are more in favor of this proposal than of the immediate establishment of a Provisional Jewish Government before the United Nations has said its last word on the partition issue Interesting data is given in a secret British report on 25 "illegal" immigrant hips intercepted in Palestine waters during "-e past year Seventeen of these ships were either owned or operated by 'hree Greeks and one Italian The profits which these four have made are tremendous As an example the report cites thf case of the American surplus corvettt tjiui, which WJA bought JEWS IN MUSIC: The role which Jews play in music in the United States can be best seen fan "Composers in America" ) Claire R. Reis, now published br MacMillan ... The book is not only a who-is-who in the world of American music, but also gives complete data on the composi. tions—published and in manuscript—by each of the listed 350 composers The volume omits composers whose major works are operettas, or musical comedies, or popular songs Thus, one will not find there anything about Irvin Berlin, Harold Rome, Sigmund Romberg and others... But the book opens with a biography of Joseph Achron .. And one will find there much about Abraham Wolfe Binder, known for his Jewish liturgical music Not to speak of names like Ernest Bloch, Leonard Bernstein and others, all the way to Efrem Zimbalist who is the last listed composer because of the fact that the names in the volume are given in alphabetical order Mrs. Reis emphasizes the contribution which foreign-born composers living in the United States have made to the growth of musical activity in America.., She says that music in America became richer during the past decade when many of the great European composers had to leave their native lands because of persecution These men, after settling in the United State. have added to American muse culture and in turn they na been influenced by Amencffl life • A record of the worts written by foreign-born composers who are now living m tte country is. therefore, included a the book, in order to give r. curate picture of music %  America today. Jewiah Quiz Bos Question: Why is a Kohen f scendant of the priestly f# of Aaron) prohibited from It* ing the cemetery or being in H same room with a deid perw ATi.^rrr: The origin of this prohibition comes directly from to Bible (Leviticus 21:11 wh' written: "There shall none *£ himself for the dead antooj his people." referring to* %  *-* T h JftJSttS striction is not difficui jU)u „enV when we reali^S monI f e8 !Svm wffS* 3 Chapter XLVII wnn v\^ that in ancient times rt to*J days before one could ent wnctuary after "*5JS with a dead boaV !" ^ being closely and con^J ciated with the ^^ thus forbidden to come with objects hat 'J^ them from entering ^e sa where theyjvorked^^ Regatta Feature of Causeway ***** More than 500 boa hf ^ pocted topart.cpae^^ questa Regatta. a R ^ en ba^ Crandon ^\^J l^ Causeway "P en,ng Bi^cayi* jofja* Nov. 9-H The event, in set for the flrrt dj^Jjj s being directed bj a ^j headed by Alex BjH^oj of the Miami Cham ]t fc m erce. The commit^ tort c* s^AubsiSn and outboard ciu a ^rst big boating ^ > 'all and ^"%f ar ea^ l type of craft m the ar fi ^ ticipate. Faces ins. deli # follow a marne iU Sp0Ufl^ first stream of uto P ipan.



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MDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1947 L^ist Youth Commission [raining Session Oct. 29 JRabbi David Raab of Ft. LaudL alc W iii be guest speaker at fce third of five lectures designed train young men and women lead Young Judea clubs, sponLed by the Zionist Youth Commission. The talk will be heard the office of S. A. Goodman, Lrman of the commission. abbi Raab* topic is "The Protani, Us Aims and DeveloplAbe P Gannes, director of the lureau of Jewish Education, will K ak on The Program and the gem be r (Educational Techlaues)" on November 5. Last of ie series. November 19, will be example meeting of a Young udea Club, when questions that lay arise in typical meetings will handled by two former Young idea leaders. All those interested in taking ie cour.-e or leading a Young udea group arc to contact Miss [oris Albin at Mr. Goodman's [fice, 5-0443. ureau Provides transportation I The Bureau of Jewish Educajon has provided for transportajon for 35 children to and from lebrew School on Mondays and bursdays. To Beth David from fee southwest elementary schools fed tn the Miami Jewish Orthojpx Congregation from the Coral lables Elementary school. Mr. km Weissel picks upt he latter foup; the others are taken by us. [information may be obtained calling the Bureau, at 3-5858, | was advised. fJenistiflcridriart Write Off The Utility Tax With John C. Johnson • FOR • City Commissioner • Keeep Danner City Manager "tl POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Provided By Miami lha rmacisl s PAGE FIVE "Protection for baby! Convenience for mother!" is the slogan of the new Baby Formulary, Inc., operated by Pharmacists Harvey Brock, W. G. Meier, and M. W. Applegate, 125 Aviation Bldg., Miami. Air-filtered laboratories were constructed under the recommendation of the U. S. Public Health Service for the preparation of individual babies' feeding formulas as prescribed by their physicians. "Sterile conditions not possible in the home are ever present," Mr. Brock stated. Equipment in the laboratories include air-filtering devices, ultra-violet ray lamps which destroy air-borne bacteria and viruses, and a large rectangular autoclave pressure sterilizer with automatic recording thermometer and pressure guagc. Pharmacists wear sterile uniforms, head coverings, mouth masks and rubber gloves throughout the preparation of the formulas. 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Anyone interested is advised to write or phone the Baby Formulary for registration. Baby Formulary's "get acquainted" offer of two days delivery service without charges or obligation will be limited to the Greater Miami area. Personal visits to the laboratories at 3240 N. W. 27th Ave. are encouraged by the pharmacists. "BABY SITTERS" NEW SERVICE TO BE PROVIDED BY B.Z.B. CHAPTER Plans for the organization of a "Baby Sitter" project have been announced by BZB Chapter of B'nai B'rith girls, according to Miss Rosalee Margolis, president. The program, designed to serve all B'nai B'rith families in the greater Miami area, is scheduled to begin on November 1, when 25 experienced baby sitters will be on call and available for evening work. Under the plan adopted at their meeting Tuesday, BZB girls between the ages of 14 and 17 will work at prevailing hourly rates, and will contribute a portion of their fees into the club treasury, enabling the group to augment other community service programs, r,, T r"s,project will accomplish the dual purpose of both serving B nai B rith families and strengthening the chapter treasury," declared Mrs. C. R. Jacobson, advisor of the BZB chapter. "If the venture is successful, it is hopedother girls' groups may adopt a similar community service program." Music Appreciation Rose Chapter Topic "How To Appreciate Modern Music" is the proposed subject of an address by Herbert Blinn, Ph.D., for the membership drive meeting of Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Monday, 8:15 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Anna Malter, 4561 Post Ave., Miami Beach. Dr. Blinn is a graduate of the University of Miami, and received his Doctorate in music at New York University. He will demonstrate various types of modern music by the use of phonograph recordings, along with his speech. A short indoctrination talk will be given by Mrs. Maxine Reinhard, president, and reports will be heard from Miss Betty Ann Weintrub, membership chairman. Young ladies between the ages of 18 and 21 are invited to join the national service organization which celebrates its 104th birthday anniversary this month. Murray G. Cohen will address members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Friday, October 24, in the Downtown Club at their weekly luncheon. WANTED!! CHICKEN CUSTOMERS HELP KEEP PRICES DOWN! YOU CAN NOW BUY Berman Poultry famous for quality and reasonable prices throughout the the country. Over one-half century direct at — White Rose Live Poultry Market, 87 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Roosters 2 9c Hens 3 9c Pullets Broilers Fryers...45c (PLUS SERVICE CHARGE) All poultry live slaughtered when purchased only hy the same shocked daily. 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PAGE SIX +Jei*tf!wditorL HUDAY. OCTOBER 24, 134? E&atbCji Zwitman to Roply to Smith Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak from the pulpit of Temple Israel Friday evening in a special sermon addressing his remarks to Rev. Everett Smith, of the First Christian Church. Rev. Smith, in a recent church sermon publicized by the Miami Herald, attacked the Buckley Bill and Jewish extremists. Another statement attributed to Dr. Smith said efforts to "brand all AntiSemites as psychopaths," were called a "brazen attempt at thought control" because "it Anti-Scmiti-m can be defined as •insanity" then one of our basic liberties, free speech and free thought, is imperiled, and the lives of all who would be inclined to criticize any Jewish activity would be in jeopardy." Rabbi Zwitman's topic will be "The America of Colu:v.bus vs. The America of a Local Columbus Day Sermon." Rabbi Zwitman, in correspondence with Rev. Smith, extended the use of his pulpit for a reply. Professional Division of Hadassah, Miami Beach, will meet Monday nigh! at 8:30 o'clock at the Miami Jewish Community Center. Mrs. H. C. Moser, third vice president of Miami Group of Hadassah who is attending their 33rd annual convention in Atlantic City at the Hotel Ambassador. Other delegates from the group are President Mrs. Joseph Carp and Mrs. Frank Kline, second vice president. Ate -iv • honpltftl IBKI we. Governors Attend lh-9HMpM1 ^t V* f* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 It K E 11 82.15 Case DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME BEER IN KEGS SOFT DRINKS BY THE CASE tall 2728:) FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE 304 SOUTHWEST EIGHTH AVENUE RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD i Can 58-2792—5-0584 FREE ESTIMATES B'nai B'rith Girls and Coronet models combine talent and beuty in vocal contest to be held at Sholem Lodge Second Ami 4_ll D-..<.. nnrl nanre tav rirlnkn. 1C -. ,1 % %  SUtfB ^ „!:: % % %  .'".' %  ">. % % %  ,n apartment building Are escape. ABRAHAM SAMUEL TEITELBAUM Operator of th< Hun I arlcw hotel. ,lled su.l.l.-nly Wednewlay aften n II.had resided here neyen years, com liut orlrlnally from N'ew Vorli i It) Survivors im-iudo his wife. I"-' >; .. •' son, Harry; daughter. Jessii-s Belle, i of Miami: :i brother '"' RlMera Mrs Henrietta Prutchman and Mrs. Sadie Walil <•! N'< York. The remains were sent to Ni l'ork ( lt> by the Gordon Puni ral Home i vices ami Interment. Yiddish Classical Hour Celebrates Anniversary Yiddish Classical Hour will celebrate the completion of six months on the air with a special program this Sunday featuring recordings of Moishe Kusewitzky, Warsaw cantor; Ychudi Menuhin, violinist; and Larry Adler the harmonica virtuoso. Morris Nasatir is director of the program which is broadcast over station WINZ every Sunday from noon to 1:15 p. m. iy in vu"i %  %  %  %  — _— "• —;—3= "^""a Annul Halloween Party and Dance, Sunday, October 26, al the Frolic Club. "Miss B'nai B'rith" will be selected at the benefit affair ar.d will receive as first priie an audition with Barry Darii' All-Vet Orchestra. In photo, left to right are: Miss Jerry Gold. Barry Davis. Doris Klein, Debbs Chapter, and Miss Slevie Nee son of Winx Chapter. Miss Gold and Miss Neeson are Coronei HARVEY'S ReAtaulcuit 720 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-9159 DELICIOUS FOOD —ATREASONABLE PRICES Luncheon and Dinner Closed Tuesday. r w^ *•...,,,„,, [PAINTING"] DECORATING INTERIOR • EXTERIOR Licensed Botnlr.i Afp'oi c.i GRAND CONCERT SPONSORED BY THE JEWISH PEOPLE'S FRATERNAL ORDER SUNDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1347 at 8:30 p.m. 1410 Washington Avenue • • Miami Beach CENTRAL BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PROGRAM MARCEL CHILAND Operatic Tenor ANYUTA MELICOV At the Piano ALBERTA HOLSTEIN Voted Celhsi TAYS Concert Pianist and Monologut ALL PROCEEDS GO FOR THE Rehabilitation of the Jews in Europe. ADMISSION $1.00 (TAX INCLUDED) AST Painting & Decorating Co %  I I WANT MY MILK 20 BENDIX MACHINES AT YOUR SERVICE BRING YOUR WASH TO INDIVIDUAL SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY OF MIAMI 477 S.W. EIGHTH STREET—Corner Fifth Avenue M. BURSTEIN, Proprietor Phono 3-2979 We guarantee a Better Whiter u>ash than anywhere in town. Your clothes are Carefully assorted in the Right Way. We use the Purest soap available. Only 100% Soft Water is used for washing your clothes. We double u>ash your clothes. Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Every Day — Saturday $ p.m. Sunday — 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. And Be 6UT. If. FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product." Dcrc Prote* d TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Deliver* VUlt Our ram at End of Bird Rd. 8n.pp, r Crack "ALL MY CUSTOMERS WANT SLOW AGED REGAL BEER" 'lnis fine, smooth, mellow brew is the largest selling botbeer in the Miami market. AMERICAN BREWING COMPANY MIAMI, FLORIDA NEW ORLEANS f



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leach President, AJC To Give Address -••*• %  rn.\JC iCiVCM n r David S. Andron, president l f ,he Miami Beach Hebrew Icademy, '" be uesl s P eakcr I u, e first regular meeting and Cembersl ip tea of Miami Beach Ranter Women's Division of the Wicari Jewish Congress. TemIIP Rclli ShoU-m has been chosen fS place and October 27 at I id n in. as the date, according t Mrs Murray Turetsky, publicl v chairman. Dr. Andron will liscuss current happenings in the |jfj. concerning the Palestine ^President of the group, Mrs. Luis Glasser, will speak on "Design for Survival"; and Membership Chairman Mrs. Alfred Lesser will present the membership campaign to be carried through with the slogan, "Three for One." The program has been arranged by Mrs. Lewis Julien. Hospitality chairman is Mrs. Jean C. Lehman; Mrs. Arthur Treister will arrange the floral and table pattern, and Mrs. Mickey Michaels will direct serving of refreshments. Mrs. Lee Meyer, Mrs. Max Freidson, Mrs Benjamin Feld, Mrs. Herman Levitt, Mrs. John Soifer and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe serve as hostesses. Jar Association Installation B,,,i c en will be installed as Inside: I ol the Miami Beach Bar ^ at their second annual installation banquet, tentaIvely planted for the Copa CaI November 10. (Other officers are: Jack A. Ab[x,tt, first vice president; David p Cal nan, second vice president; Haioid Zlnn, secretary; and Libert M Lehrman, treasurer. Darm-I P Galen, Vincent Gibkin and Moi tague Rosenberg will lc third class directors, reprejenting members with more than H ,, ,| practice. Second class Bireeto ven to fifteen years kractice, are Charles Cleveland, I Spaet and Harry Zukernjik. Fnsi class directors, who E;,k, office with a maximum of vei yeai are Kenneth Oka, lack Rosen and Paul Weitzman. P'nai B'rith Ball Features Contest The Armistice day costume ball |an.; carnival of Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith, which culninate I membership drive, nil be in Tuesday, Novemer 11. Dr. Leonard M. Glick(tein, president, announced. Cleverest costumes will be %  warded. First innual membership drive imoker is also planned by the group for this Tuesday, 8 p. m., at she Coral Gables Women's flub. 1009 E. Ponce de Leon Blvd. sports movies, games and rei ents headline the program. Oscai Sii dell, newly appointed membership drive chairman, |will outline the campaign, reportin preliminary arrangenents ol his committee to cover oral Gabli i the West Miami p Dr. Clickstein is to dethe gold memorah emfclems and Egyptian parchment fcrolls thai will be awarded to he top scorers in the drive. GULFSTREAM ADDS SEATING Gu'lfstream Park, with an extension of its terrace section, will increase the seating capacity of the beautiful mile race course by an approximate 1500, according to James Donn, president, and Fred Capps, superintendent of maintenance. This will bring total seating on the grounds to about 11,000, with comfort as well as beauty keynoting the track. A wide awning over the mezzanine floor is also to provide additional shelter for racing patrons, while adding a new I eauty to the cantilever grandstands, only pavilion of its type on the American turf. The winter season gets underway on December 1. LEGAL NOTICE THE C OUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE ,, ,. N0 19897 in Re: Estate of DANIEL BERLINER .NOTICE TO rnimiTORT '" '>"' I:;' 1 !""* '•""' A Persons Hav"U. Maims or Demands Against Haul Estate: nnTwl i. a ?^ each of .>" %  %  """e hereby noMfleil and required to present any ejalma and demands which you, or eitner ol you may have a K ulnt the estate of DANIEL BERLINER, de\'" A .T %  ,' %  "'• ,','f S4S bounty. Florida, Ithe Hon. W. F. BLANTON, county 1 "Itof liailo County, and file the -am. ,,, his office In the County Courtlouse in I lade County, Florida, within i-ii calendar months from the date a the first publication hereof. Said %  la ins or demands to contain the leical %  ddress of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid. or same will be barred. See Section ISO ol the 1933 Probate Act Date, October 30, A. H 1947 JOHN K. PoRTE, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of l „Mx"iV N H ,: l ,H -K" :UUXKK D "~* JACK A, ABBOTT, Attorneys for Executor. I" 24-81. 11/7-14. ASHION SHOW SCHEDULED Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Cento,has scheduled a membership tea for November 3 tu take place at the home of Mrs. P. L. Mintzer, 510 Lakeview Dr.. Miami Beach. Fashion show by glargaret Newman, well-known Besigner, will provide the enter[tam.T.i nt. 1 Chairmen for the affair are: ; Arthur Klein, Mrs. Sam ; and Mrs. Clarence %  Co! LEGAL NOTICES ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DATE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 112501 M.MiY RICHMAN, Plaintiff, vs. VAX STANLEY RICHMAN, 1 tefendant. To: MAX STANLEY RICHMAN, I960 Daly Avenue, Bronx, New Fork YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to ille your appearance In the above styled cans.for divorce, on or i>.fore the 22IKI day of November, 1947 Dated this 23rd daj of f* toberr 1947. E. B. LEATHER MAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. By: M c GREEN, (Seal) Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney. 327 Calumet Building. Miami. Florl.a 10/24-31. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 11 business under the fictitious name 1 Woc.w.n APARTMENTS at 4213 Sheridan Avel Miami Beach. Kla., intend to register said name with the lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HELEN WILEY. BLVIN J. WILEY. .fl u n. ,./7^. ,x,A TRAUBR NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underslsned, desiring to engage .11 business under the fictitious name if PHoTo ARTS at ISM 20th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to regis..ir the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Fla. PHILIP A. FELDMAN. (ii'.oRCE TRENCHER. LEO SHEINER Attorney for Applicants. 1204-1205 Paciffo Building. la 24-81. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY I1IVEN that i he undersigned, desiring to engage ill business under the fictitious name a ALEXANDRIA HOTEL at 7-9 N.W. Second Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Ul.irs HOLLAND. LEO SHEINER, 1204-1208 Pacific Building, attorney for Julius Holland. 10 :'( SI. 11,7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai id., undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STADIUM GRILL at l West Flagler Street. Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court nf Dade Countv, Fls COLMAN PONT LEONARD PONT. 10/24 SI, II 7-14-21, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of "RICKEY'S OF NEW YORK CITY" •t c 0 CLUB 22, 2200 Park Avenue, Miami Peach. Fla Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit i 'OIII t of l lade i 'ounty, Floi NETTIE DEFENi ', Sole Owner. HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Applicant, I in.24-31. 11/7-14. Mayfair Bridge Club • MlMI BEACH • ,C 'N u, 0 ON THE acEAN • HUSBCR BRIODC .. %  """i • HTKCHMMON Al. ROTH, n'RrCTDR Phone 4C-2717 TROPICAL REALTY Homes. Apartments, Lots. Business Opportunities 1731 S.W. Eighth Street Phone 9-0629 (ON THE TRAIL) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 112352 EMORY HEARS, Plaintiff, MONICA KING HEARS, Defendant. Von. MONICA KING MEARS, Manor Cottage, Otterbourne, North Winchester, Hants, England, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on November 17, 1947, otherwise a di cree pro confesso will be entered against you. E B. LKATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dated: October i-. 1947. (By) ft C. (1REEN. i S.a 11 Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS. Solicitor for Plaintiff. 10/17-24-31. 11/7. WILLIAM W. (BILL) CHARLES For CITY COMMISSIONER War Veteran Naur. Miamian Forme* Assistant City Attorney Vote For .. CHARLES AND 2 OTHER GOOD MEN ^ / >S*5i ROKEACH A BORSCHT DELICIOUS HOT or CHILLED BEET SOUP I ROKEACH tSONS^NV, LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslgneil, ileKlrlng to enuage In liusiness under the fictitious name of HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE at 2206 s.y\. 2.th Avenue intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MYLKS II PKRMlOTH. SOL KRONEN. BEN KRONEN. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, %  ,ir. n ?y for Appllcanto. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage III business under the fictitious name v ,T-' ".*; .'• HEAT MARKET, at 363 N.W. 14th St. Miami. Kla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of he t Ircult Court of Dade Countv Fla DAVE MiWY Sole i Hvnc.r MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, %  „/ %  tjorneys for Apllicanl. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,„„ NAME LAW -NOTICE IS IIIOREKY (ilVEN that the undersigned, desiring I,, engace in business under the fictitious name ? f ,„^ l ,'V>'" l KI : CLEANERS LAI NDRY at 119 N.W. .'ifith St Miami, Ela., Intend to register Sil |.l name with the clerk of the Circuit < ourt or Dade County, Florida. GERTRUDE 8TEINGOLD 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. 8 Ie OWner NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS *..„. NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage "} .".*,?? 1 ),".' 1 "" "" %  fictitious name f MAGIC CITY SPECIALTY CO at 1150 S.W. 26th Are., Miami, Fla,! I'i ?.. '? r.-Kist.-r said name with the (lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida „....., MAl'RICE HRAI'NSTEIN, WASMAN, SILVER \SAKOWITZ, ,„,. -. t 'I. r n '' yH r,,r Applicant. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in liusiness under the rictitioun name of RED BIRD Fool> MARKET at !!833 Bird Road, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ALBERT BARON HARRY I.,ETZ MAS "* %  %  Attorney for Applicants. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of COMMUNITY BENDIX LAUNDRY at 49 N.E. 14th Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR ZWBIOENTHAL, __. Sole Owner. FRANK SOLOMON, Attorney for Applicant. 10/10-17-24-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of R. & R. MOTORS, at 930-944 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT J. REESE. A. C. RIDOLF. FRANK SOLOMt iN, Attorney for Applicants. 10/10-17-24-31. 11 7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BLACKSTO.NE PHARMACY AND LUNCHEONETTE at 83U Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv. Florida. MAX WOOLF. RAE Wool.K. SHIRLEY WOOLF, Attorney for Applicants, 10/10-17-24-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HOUSE OF NOVELTIES at 923925 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, Intends tu register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX GOLDSTEIN. Sole Owner. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant, Congress Building, Miami, Florida, 10/10-17-24-31. 11/1. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name >f SCREWBALL RESTAURANT at J200 Northwest 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court f Dade County, Florida. JOHN WILSON. SAM HOROWITZ. WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ, Attornevs for Applicants. 1/26 10/3-10-17-24. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ->f JACK THE WEAVER at 2426 N.E. Second Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK W. OREESON. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ. Attorneys for Applicant. S/26 10/3-10-17-24. _Sl1 **!}** ^VJGUST BROS R Yr LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 19693. In Re: Estate of— CARRIE COLDFARB, .._ Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Uemands AgAgalnst Said Estate: Y "J< an< l each of you, are hereinnotiried unil required to present any calms and demands which you, or either of you, may have aaalnst the estate of CARRIE COI DFARB. deceased late of Miami, Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTu* County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the i..',""? y ''""rtliouse In Hade Countv, Florida, within eight calendar months w m J'"*aI'-'ii' ". ."" %  "'"•' Publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be Probate Act. f ,he ,93 Date, October 14, A, i> 1947 lS !" te (n K e E8 te I UT D ^DL 1 IIN! NBACH = As of the Last Will and Pestamenl %  ARM. Dec, ased. THEODORE .1. BAKOWISZ Attorney for Executive*. 10/1,-24-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREP.v GIVEN that the Ullilerslgne.l, desiring to engage S 'BfiJVHB '""'.'•'' t,u fictitious name > ,,' o 1 -,,;; 1 WATCHES, at 33'.i Se>ls,ld Building, .Miami, Florida, lit tend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAIL BELENKE. FRANK SOLOMONf^ Att Attorney for Applicant. I" 10-17-24-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring TO engage in business under the fictitious name of BAYSIDE HOTEL ROOMS at s.'.u Commerce Street, Miami Beach, Fla, Intend to register said name with Hie Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK SIEGEL. ,„ it' SE SI EC,EL. 10/3-10-17-24. IN Tin: CIUCUTT rnrriT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, I.N AND FOR DADE ColNTY. FIXRIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 112058 ORDER OF PIBLICATION n Re: Adoption or a Minor Child, HARCIA CAROL LII'TON. To: DAVID I.lPToN, 9104 Avenue A, Brooklyn, New York. Yon are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the Petition for the adoption of a minor child, HARCIA CAROL UPTON, by Louis Freeman on or before the 311th day of October, 1947, otherwise the allegations of said bill will he taken as confessed against you. Done and Ordered this 1st day of Oct..he.-, 1947. E B LEA THERM AN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. By M. C. GREEN. „. Deputy Clerk. (Circuit court Seal) GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF. Solicitor for Petitioner. 10/3-10-17-24. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in huslness under the fictitious name of NEW ERA HYDROPONICS at 2491 S.W, 17th Street, Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK N. WEST. HARRY DIETZ, M ^"^ Attorney for Applicant. Congress Building, Miami, Florida 10/10-17-24-31. 11/1. IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. 16370 Re: Estate of EDWARD SAXHORN HICKEY, Deceased. Notice of Intention to Make Application For Final Discharge. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that we nave filed our final rejiort and petition for Filial Discharge as Exeoutricies of the estate of EDWARD SANBORN HICKEY, decease,I: and that on the loth day of November, 1947, we will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executricles of the Estate of Edward Sanlioiii Hi, key. deceased. This Mli da) of October, 1947. FLORENCE HICKEY McNALLY MILDRED HICKEY HURLEY. ROXANNA HICKEY O'CONNOR. MARX M. FEINBERO. Attorney For Executricles. 10/10-17-24-31. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. NO. 112194 ROSE HOFFMAN, Plaintiff, VS. LEO C. HOFFMAN, Defendant. NOTiCE TO APPEAR TO: LEO C. HOFFMAN, c/o Hotel Emerson, 166 West 75th Street, New York, N. Y. Yon arc hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before November i'', 1947, otherwise the Bill of Complaint III be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be'published once a week for not less than lour successive weeks in The Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper published in Dade Countv. Florid ,. Hated this 9th day of October, 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. By M. C. GREEN, ICC. Seal) Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, AtUtrney-at-I-aw, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida. 10/10-17-24-31. I



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PAGE EIGHT *Jmisl^ncrldiain_ FRIDAY. OC TOBER* 20 Candidates Vie For 3 Seats Twenty candidates will compete for the three seats open on the Miami City Commission in the elections on Nov. 18 and 25. Aspirants include present Commissioners Fred Hoseu and James A. Dunn, both seeking re-election; H. Leslie Quigg, former police chief; Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, former commissioner; Randolph B. Bailey, who ran unsuccessfully in 1939, and W. W. Charles, former assistant city attorney. Others are Jame.\V. Burnside, merchant; John L. -Manny, contractor; Jimmie Gannon, salesman; Edwin E. Waller, secretarytreasurer of the CIO state council, and Joe Shepherd, salesman. Also, Stephen Szabo, electrical shop owner; John C. Johnson, dental technician; Beverly D. Benson, retired garage operator; Rinaldo I. Warfield, credit adjuster, and Henry A. Huyward, retired federal agency worker. The six high me:, in the elimination primary on .Nov. 18 will enter the run-off on the 25th. Four-year teams will go to the two men with the highest number of votes in the run-off; third high man will serve two years. The man receiving the top vote in the run-off is usually named as mayor for the next two years. Present Mayor Perrine Palmer jr., high man in 1945 and elected to a four-year term, would continue as commissioner. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Removal of FEC Tracks Charles' Platform Pledge lor the removal of the Florida East Coast tracks and and fr< Ight --tations from the downtown business area to alleviate traffic congestion and provide more off--1 <-t parking were promised by William W. Chai l< S, city commission candidate. "I will seek to enlist every possible agency and every possible influence for removal of the tracks from the business area," les said, "and 1 will endeavor to convince the railroad that it should construct a new and an I itecturally beautiful passenger station in a suburban area. "The freight warehouse of the FEC should be torn down and the ground on which they now stand should be made into offstreet parking areas for the benefit of downtown merchants." Charles, a Navy combat vetera:, of World War II. has opened campaign headquarters at 6024 N W. 7th Ave. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington. Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff: Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday < veiling services at 5:30. Saturday morning services at :30 o'clock, intermediate services for teen-agers B a. m.; Junior services lor elementary schooiage children at 10 a. m. Both services will oe conducted by the children, followed by Kiddush and refreshments served by Sisterhood. Mincha at 5:30 followed by Shalos Seudos sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Moms Wachholder. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sunday. Hebrew school daily, Monday through Thursday, 3:30 to ti:J0 p. m. Beih Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 5:30 Saturday morning services at 8:30 o'clock." Rabbi Rackovsky will preach on 'Who Will Be Our Heirs'.'" Saturday afternoon, 4:30, Mincha services followed by Shalos Seudos. Program talk on Zmiros, Rabbi will speak on the Portion ol the Week. Followed by Maanv services. Weekdayservices 7:30 a. m. lollowed by a class m Mincha. Evening services 5:45 followed by a class in Jewish laws and custom and Maariv services daily. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S. W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services, AZA Sabbath, 8 p. m. Saturday morning, 9 a. m. Robert Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, will become Par Mitzvah. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Hebrew school. 3:15 to 6 p. m. daily. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Abraham Behrman. Friday evening service at 5:30 o'clock. Saturday morning, 8:30 o'clock. Junior service at 10 a. m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "The Promise of the Ages Come True." Mincha 5 p. m.. followed by Shalos Seudoz. Rabbi will speak on the "Weekly Portion of DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 N.E. 1t Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St. PH. 3-5308 PH. 48-3442 High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN IIL1XDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed tor Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone ior Estimates 9-7555 the Law." Sunday school 10 a. m. Daily Religious School, J.30 to 6:30 p. m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N. W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Services Friday at 6 p. m. Saturday, 8:30 a. m. Frederick, son ( „, Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Schwartz, will be Bar MltZVS a1 >t-30 Sunday school registration, 1U a. m. Hebrew school daily-. Mondav through Thursday, 3.30 to 6:30 p. m. Student services, Saturday. 10:30 a. mMiami Beach Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at o'clock.' Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "The Weekly Portion Of the Law." Bar Mitzvah of Norton Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Herman. Junior Co gation at 10 a. m. Mincha at 5 p. m. Shalos Seudos at 5:15. AZA-BBG Service and breakfast Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, j Guest speaker will be George J. Talianoff, director of the AntiDefamation League. Sunday Religious School 9 a. m. to 12 noon. Hebrew Religious School. Monday through Thursday. 3:30 to 6:30 p. m. Pre Kindergarten school, Monday through Friday mornings, 9 to 12 o'clock. Liberal Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evning service at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Kronish will M < ak on "Politics and Religion." Saturday service at 10:45 a. m Cantor Kelemer will render musical portions of all services. St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday night services, 8:15. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on •America of Columbus vs. America of a Local Columbus Day Sermon." Saturday morning service, 11 o'clock. Double Bar Mitzvah of Barry John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper S. Cromer, and Wayne Ernest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin. Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Friday services, 8 p. m. Rabbi Raab will conduct services and preach on "Jewish Leadership vs. Jewish Ladder-Ship." Sunday School at 10 a. m. The Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood, Fla. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening service at 8:15. Rabbi Kaufman will speak on "Jew and Arab" Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. F O II RENT LARGE DOUBLE ROOM PRIVATE ENTRANCE 969 S.W. Second Street Apartment No. 5 Kulick ReplaceTcZT" Southern Section 7^ t.onal Jewish Welfare JH elected Paul Kulick, ExeS Director of the Savannah?** Educational Alliance n/H of the Southern SertiJ^H National Asson^? ?* Center Workers, to sue'^ rice Grossman, Executt ^* tor of the Miami YKH Randy, Polanskv. ACLF** 4 tive Director of the M Y. was named treasurer £2 gag a ^ ^ \ PottUion \YuntZ] \ GRADUATE ACCOVKT!S\ % Experienced m hotel and iJ\ I eral accounting, desire, ^"ll where Saturday work nofS! quired Permanent r*4 : L best ref ^nces. Call 58-18 I S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C-IBD "D1B Telephone 5-1017 Essen Construction Co, 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Gitw Reform Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th the oriqinal JQ/tPH J.RAWl/On $faH@xm UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop VOTE FOR 1 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 L BO EISENSTE1X • U Ph 7668 W '" ,y Prompt Pronal Attention to All Yr TttirKAl ESTATE PROBLEMS 12 Years of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Beach Ralph B. (Doc) j FERGUSON: 4 4 AN 4 4 IS DEPENDENT < CANDIDATE J 4 FOR THE \ MIAMI CITY COMMISSION PAID POLITICAL AOVCITI9EHENT < 4 A VOTE FOR ROBERT L. FLOYD IS A VOTE FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT Floyd Stands ForGiving the City Manager form of government a chance to prove in worthiness. Elimination of internal strife and cliques in our city government. A sound budgeting system to enable the taxpayers to trace the spending i! H Jkx -, %  •' [w his tax dollar. M The City-County Consolidation Program to increase governmental operation. Reduction of juvenile delinquency oj establishment of evening recreate centers for 'teen-agers. An immediate program of streets, sidewalks and sewers. A sound and aggressive administration 'It is incumbent on every good citizen to do hit P" rI """.^ —ROBERT L. FLOYDCAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS: 220 N. MIAMI AVENUE Phones 2-1767 — 9-6759 PAID POLITICAL AOVC-TIll^ Complete Interior Decorator Service At No Extra Coetl JO/MURAWL/DN FIRST AVf INTERIOR DECORATOR RE-ELECT—FRED W. HOSEA A man whose name you know. A man whose service you know. to adA man whose sole aim has been to vance and support projects which benefit the people of Miami. on the W Fred HOSEA'S 8V2 years service Commission is your guarantee of his c ued performance. You can trust the old name. ,!•-"'



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MDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1947 *• Jewish JfkriJtor) ;0S And Census .isted As Projects Sy Women's Group Delegates to the Conference L Jewish Woman's Organizations < f Djde count y met for the Erst time yesterday at the NaUonal Cardiac Home to discuss he Suppiii-s for Overseas Sur£y 0rs c inpaign and the new Jewish population census projL. w hich ihey have recently aslumcd. Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey|rs presiding. Management of the local SOS fcmpaign has been turned over L the group by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation upon the Tecomnii'iiilation of Mrs. Monte Llig fallowing her attendance L the national SOS conference n New York recently. Reports from half of the 29 Organizations represented were liven at this meeting, Mrs. Mey\n explained, the rest to reL„t at the next quarterly gathering. State representative B. B. Gautiei of Tallahassee spoke fbout ci -nsolidation of Miami n-ith Dadcounty. Plans of the Conference include a tour of local institutions, he Cardi ic Home heading the list. Mrs. Claire Weintrub was in lharge. Robert L. Floyd Miami Resident Since 1925 Robert I. Floyd, candidate for City Con.mission, has been a Miimi resident since 1925. He attended Miami elementary and University of Florida schools and holds LL.B. degree, Washington pollege of Law. He served during he War as special agent with he FBI in cities throughout the United States and is now a prac|icing attorney. Other activities include lecturT, Miami Police Academy; an krganizer and member Board of Directors, Miami Police Boys flub; associate counsel, State Velfare Board. Local Y Prepares Aged Programs Growing awareness of the emotional and recreational needs of the aged citizens of our community has led the Miami Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association to organize a recreational-educational leisure time program for this age group, according to Leon Kaplan, "Y" president. "Efforts will be made to enlist the cooperation of other interested organizations," % Mr. Kaplan said, "in order that a community-wide aproach may be made to the problem." It is anticipated that the programming will be directed toward those 60 years of age and over, with the expectations that they will very soon be able to plan and carry through their own organization and program ideas. Plans now being laid for the program including speakers, discussions, musical and literary programs, quiet games, and similar activities, including refreshments. Emphasis will be placed on participating rather than spectator programs. Inquiries from interested organizations and individuals should be directed to Maurice Grossman, executive director, Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A., 1567 S. W. 5th St., Miami, it was advised. PAGE NINE GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hivt your roof repair** now; yeu will % %  %  on • now foot later "Sat .factory Work by Experienced Man" 414 S. W. 22nd AVMM PHONK .r Outdoor roller skating program sponsored by the YM fc WHA of Miami Beach at 1 Lincoln Road which was to include every Monday and Wednesday evening, will be held on Wednesday evenings only, itarting at 8 p. m. Skates are available at no charge to members of the "Y"; non-members must pay a small fee... A juke box is being used as background music. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th It Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's rfcw Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St, Miami GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty I& G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORL1N LOUIS GERBER ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand Itl Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Cull Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1? 25 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 24141 IN THE MAIL IV#i st v of Money .. Miami, Fla., Oct. 17, 1947. EDITOR, JEWISH FLORIOIAN: The proposed European inspection tour, sponsored by the Federation reminds me of our congressional "junket" tours at public expense. What can they add, that is already not known to the Jewish public of the misery of Jewry in Europe and conditions in Palestine (especially on a three-week trip)? I thought our local Federation belongs to a National Federation Council? It looks silly and a waste of money for every individual community to send delegations for inspection tours. It will react unfavorably to the coming Federation campaign. Sincerely, H. SOOTIN, 230 N.W. Second Ave. ALLENBERG RE-ELECTED Unanimous re-election of Abe Allenberg, Boulevard hotel, as president of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners Assn., was made by the board of directors of the organization. Stuart Moore, King Cole and North Shore hotels, and David Andron, Pierre hotel, were also unanimously elected as vicepresidents. Ed Singer, National hotel, is treasurer. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Lira Ins. Co. •07 Blaoayna Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 WELVZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:15 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC THE Holland House 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-9748 Chef Special DUTCH STEAK SANDWICH DAILY BLUE PLATE from 65c 65c Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 to 11 A.M. Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Under the Pereonal Supervision of C. P. JERNIQAN Owner Peoples Fraternal Order Present Grand Concert Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order will present a Grand Concert, Sunday, October 26, at 8:30 p. m., at the Central Beach Elementary School, 1410 Washington Ave., proceeds of which will be used for the rehabilitation of the Jew's in Europe. Program includes Marcel Inland, operativ tenor; Anyuta Melicov, pianist; Alberta Holstein, noted celist; and Tays, concert pianist and monologist. NEW SURF HOTEL 69th C 1 th Oc on BREAKFAST. LUNCH DINNERS Featuring Full Course Dinners From $1.50 Reservations 6-2/41 %  rr liJLil ma iiiiiiin IHIIIMIL!" [CRTtRINt SHNOUIICHCS .DElllHTESSEN 170 Nw3*M. T 7AM fr io P.M. f m 2 9814 Mendelsohn's Restaurant OCEAN VILLA IS NOW AIR COOLED DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS SERVED DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P.M. SATURDAY FROM I to I P.M. PHONE 5-9834 FREE PARKING 13th SL & Coffins Av.. Miami Beach ^HONETMM* ANGIE and FRED WELCOME YOU TO DINE UNDER THE PALMS AT PICCIOLO'S *"B58K2sr *>na trolled Steaks. Chops. Sea Food leer. Wine Maine Lobsters Liquors 136 Collins *e M. 6 Phone 5-903 P* I"'T Ci; t f.U lo il % ; %  >hl| III 4 M to H |ti il %  • %  ft li il M % 


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^r.r>^yi5edah.-;y-r:. PAGE TEN Civil Rights Council Studies Minority Problem Serious local civil rights and minority group problems were considered at a meeting of the Dade County Civil Rights Council yesterday at 8 p. m. at Unitarian House, 1616 Brickell Ave., Miami, according to an announcement by the Rev. Joseph Barth, president. Discussion on intensifying the Council's cooperation with President Truman's Committee on Civil Rights followed. Gilbert J. Balkin, associate director. Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League, serves as con-responding secretary of the Council. Other officers are: Hcnning Heldt, vice president; Garth Reeves, recording secretary; and George Wolpcrt, treasurer. Formed in 1946 by a number of local community organizations, following the attempted resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan in the Miami area, the Council has the following objectives and purposes: 1. An affirmation of the principle that there are basic human rights and freedoms accruing to every individual, regardless of, race, creed, color or national origin. 2. The defense and protection of civil rights as granted by the Constitution of the United States and amendments thereto. 3. The development and projection of :i broad range constructive educational program working toward the implementation of the pr< i ling two objectives and the prevention of prejudice, discrimination and occurrence of ineiin which civil and-or hurights are invadi I JEWISH CONSUMPTION RELIEF SOCIETY TO EMPLOY TUBERCULAR MOBILE UNIT Jewish Consumptive Relief Society has pined <££*• *"£ County Tubercular Association and the heath department n County Eubercular Association and the health departeien^ n employing a new mobile X-ray unit for the detection o eariy signs of consumption. Members of the society_an d theeir friends will take X-rays at Lincoln Rd. and Washington Ave. during the "JCRS days," October 27-29. Chest X-rays are made free of j charge while applicant is fully clothed. Announcement of the new unit was made by the president. Mrs William Levine, at the society's recent membership luncheon and | fashion show, at the Robert Richter hotel. Mrs. Levine urged that as many as possible avail themselves of this opportunity to check for early signs of tubercular germs. Work of the organization in the past has been to provide morale and some forms of relief to consumptive patients in local hospitals. Mrs. Levine explained. They have also sent Miamians to the Denver Consumptive Home ol which they are an auxiliary. However, corrective work is not Held In New York sufficient, she added, and thus the mobile unit will be utilized. Those desiring additional information or unable to be present on the days mentioned arc advised to contact caso chairmen, Mrs. Harriet Dinnerstein. 6-3973, or Mrs. Louis Rosenthal, 5-7872. "Zionist DayBalfour day will become "Zionist Day." Sunday. Norember 2. and all Jews of Miami Beach will be asked to join Iheir Zionist district. This plan was announced at a meeting of the programming committee last Monday night by Jack D. Burris. president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. Special services will be held in all the synagogues the preceding Friday. Other plans considered at the committee meeting included series of forums, lectures, and monthly membership meetings. Mischaloff Services Regular Junior Congregation services will be held at 10 a. m., Saturday, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Kiddush will follow, seryed by the Sisterhood. Funeral services for Meyer Mischaloff, 70-year-old father of Moses Meschcioff of Congregation Beth Jacob, who died at his home, 711 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, last Thursday, were held at the Riverside Memorial chapel in New York City, on Friday. Rabbi Lazar Schoenfeld, Fatherin-law of Rabbi Mescheloff, conducted the ceremony. Mr. Mischaloff was a retired manufacturer of electrical equipment who came here five years ago from New York. His body was flown there the morning after his death. A large attendance, including the deceased's entire family, were present for the services. LILLIAN DURRANT'S 41st Street Flower Shop 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 5-7527 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER Workmen's Circle Delegates To Report A report of delegates attending the Southern Conference of Workmen's Circle, held in New Orleans recently, will be rendered to branches 692-92-Y at a banquet on Sunday, October 26, 6 p. in., at their Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Those who wish to make reservations are advised to call Mrs. Leon Elkin, 5-1317. The Women's Club 692 are sponsors of the affair. 13 YEARS of Distinguished !• ii lii i* Service To All the People of Miami RE-ELECT JAMES A. DUNN To The Miami City Commission "Lets Get the Job DONE with DUNNI" SUPPORT HIM AT THE PRIMARY, NOVEMBER 18 GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 25 >*IO POLITICAL AOVIHTiacMCNT 1-7I0S.W. 120. AV. MIAMI-, Lia. JLJOIJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' W OfFIOAUY KffcSWT THE MAJOtlTY Of NNTNUM KWBMION.MKS lnlo business man candidate fa?9 Miami city commission in"fjS last night, pointed to hbfiS as a successful civil in„ ord sales and technica cxecu^ a business man asTw^ index" to his ability V?** all the people 0I MIJ,, T candidate, a 2,<••„ L ^ voters study the quaiiSuLfj you.believe be,t %*+ Bailey invited attention tn tk fact that Miami* a B Z£ e million dollar municip, f ££ ration;" that the city L m T" sioners serve as the £arJJt rectors and the city manager %  general manager. "Each of us understand that sound business principles m be used in the administration ol our corporation." the candidate continued. "We cannot spend more than our revenue. Be hon est with yourself in the selection of the men who will guide the destiny of your city during ft e coming two years." EXCLUSIVE MIAMI BEACH REPRESENTATIVES ol the nation-wid* CAA-Apjmrej AIB AMBULANCE SERVICE with nun* and doctoi Mtrici if carded. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIE Rabbi S. M. Machtel Director 01ympia Building Phono 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, Mi"* 1 Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shei hmt For further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5933 or 9-1434 3S PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL PHONE I-2BS4 8BHVINO TrlB JEWISH COMMUNITY tE.CAHTOl.ru*er^Dlr aaf K rtinA ^ 9%td fOM W. ******



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B^CTOBER 24, 1947 + kMi Fhrldltoiri wsrawBT JGE DANCE TO lEMISSB'NAI [|TH ON SUNDAY Lants tor the title of "Miss Jn-rith will sing at the L annual Hallowe'en Dance lied by Sholem Lodge, n-nt'-' Sunday evening, hpI o 6 at the Frolic Club, fore Place and MacArthur l*fr'of the vocal contest Edition With Barry Davis I' ,,. hestra, and receive Engraved certificate from L Lodge President Sam I ;, wa s announced by MilV Fn ,. ma n and Marx Feinj,,., men of the benefit 1 Scheduled to appear in Ijnil round of the song comlon are Miss Jean Bromberg, f Doris Klein, Miss Florence Lpr t an d Miss Stevie NeeLen 0 f the Debbs, BZB, 1 and Il ; chapters of the jB'iith Girla will act as hostjdressed in original costumes bed by the girls. A portion L procei Is will be allocated Irds youth work and Vet hosfservice programs. Lj n( t w ith Feinberg and J man oi the arrangement t|ttee are: Mrs. Tena Katz, tdent SI lem Lodge Wom|Chapti i Mrs. Abe Arono|Mrs. San Silver, Mrs. Jean fcman and Mrs. Nat Strauss. nc Weii kle is chairman in ie of games and entertainiand will 1" assisted by SidlAronovitz. Dan Satin, John Icnfeld and Abe Aronovitz. Itrics for the vocal contest [till open and ladies may regat the door Sunday night. lets arc available from B'nai |h members or at the Lodge bs, 330 Seybold Building. jjrmal Gatherings \ Hadassah Members order to familiarize Miami |h women with members of rii Bcac 1 group of Senior issah, the organization is ninglo hold a series of inlal "get-tog 'there" at various etc homes the last week of Ibcr anil t! first week of Nofcer, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, prnan of the membership nittee, announced. All those k'tcd in ; 'tending or bringI friend advised to call Morns \\'(ilfc, 5-0276; Mrs. I Blank. 5-1573; or Mrs. Louis 6-2016. Miami Attorney Presents Views On U. \. Session "Better than the World Series," was the comment of Isaac Joffe, Miami attorney, referring to his presence at the United Nations Ad Hoc Committee on Palestine, October 2, at which Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver "pleaded his case magnificently." Mr. and Mrs. Joffe were spending a two-week vacation in New York City at the time of the Committee meeting and the. world-shaking baseball contest. Having obtained passes from a friend who he identified as Jan Masaryk, son of the late Thomas Masaryk, Czechoslovakian liberal leader, and head of Czechoslavakia's delegation to the U.N., Joffe spent a "thrilling hour" next to Rabbi Irving Miller of Far Rockaway, L. I., vice president of the Zionist District, who commented on Rabbi Silver's report as the "most comprehensive statement on the Palestine situation that I have ever heard." In direct contrast, "It was a farce!" was the Miami attorney's description of his visit to the September 30 plenary session of the General Assembly, at which Yemen and Pakistan, "two more enemies of the Jews," were admitted to the U.N. "Russia and the United States did everything," he continued; "all the rest were like puppets." It seems that the 35 guests of the Ad Hoc Committee on Palestine, however, were really kept well informed on world affairs. A Palestinian citizen, Mr. Joffe reported, came in during the hearing to announce that the Dodgers were winning, 5 to 0. UNVEILINGS A memorial to the memory of the late Philip G. Blank will be unveiled in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery, Sunday, October 26, at 3 p. m. Unveiling of the memorial of the late Regina Pinkus, Sunday at 1:00 p. m., will be held at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Synagogue will conduct both ceremonies. A memorial to the memory of Abraham I. Orlansky will be unveiled at 11 a. m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Rabbi Murray Grauer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation officiating. Arrangements for the unveilings are under the charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Young Judea Girls Select New Officers First meeting of the girl's Young Judea which met at the Miami Beach Jewish Center resulted in the election of Judy Holczer as president, according to Miss Lucille Yogada, leader of the group. Other officers are: Myrna Morton, vice president; Joan Furman, secretary; and Marilyn Bloom, treasurer. The group, which meets every Tuesday at 7 p. m., is filled to capacity, according to Herbert Zuckerman, educational director of the Center, but if sufficient girls between the ages of 11 and 13 are interested, an additional leader will be provided for a new group. MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Servles" MIAMI STATION WAGON SHOP • C. A. FISKE GEORGE GULGAS "STATION WAGON SPECIALISTS" 2253 N.W. FIRST AVENUE •*• • • PHONE 9-2341 HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES Conducted by BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION Mondays. Tuesdays, Thursdays Beach—at Miami Beach Jewish Center, 6:30 P. M. Miami—at 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 ft? u CIT Y CO M M I SSIONER RAN" HAS 10 IN MftMl THAN 21 Y LIVED IN MftMl FOR MORE THAN 2* YEARS HE IS A SUCCESS IN THE BUSINESS WORLJJ AMD NOW CAN DEVOTE fe 3?' THE TIME NEEDED TO ^\ "OLD AN OFFICE .^ %  MOFPUBLIC SERVICE fflsssLsssVXlN MIAMI. "SEfrBUSiNESS FIRMS AND BY THE HE IS THE DIRECTOR Of THE S. E. BRANCH OF FLA. CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY. HE TAKES GROUPS OF s, NEEDY KIDS /f ON REGULAR f 0.rk OUTINGS. THE KIDS CALL HIM, ?UNCLE RAN" | -BU:,INESS FIRMS ANO BY Tl %  CITY CIVIL SERVICE DIRECTOR.... > BLIND VETS TO OBTAIN PEEJNG-EYE DOCS WHEN Ft JJ'D IS NOT AVAILABLE |VET PROBLEMS TO BE A CITY CLEARAN •NCfEASEol |0PpoRrw<(7gjl VET* TO "RAN" STANDS FOR: EQUITABLE TAX ASSESSMENTS; THE MINIMIZING OF NEED FOR ADDITIONAL TAXES' CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT IN THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM; EXTEND THE WATER SYSTEM; AND SEWAGE S/STEM, riJ? CITY MANAGER MORE POWER IN THE r \JEZJZS !" CITY DEPTS, REMC^ OF DOWNTOWN IUt TACK (netpt to Port FoclHt.M.) Sing, israel By Dr. Z. 7. SABSHIN Sing freely, Israel, now— After your so long a grief; You are achieving your vow— History writes your new leaf. Sing, here passing is your pain, As U.N. your place is finding; It makes your dreams not in vain, Holy Land for you is grinding. Dancing, too, now you can start— Triumph with your nation's song; Hatikvo comes from your heart, Surely now it is not wrong. Sing, end your homeless wander, For centuries of disgrace; U.N. truth well does ponder, Creates your own land, own space. Ereth Israel, people's feel— Even partly as your state, All your bleeding wounds can heal, Sing, here comes your happy fate. Dance as on Simcath Torah— In your home you are to settle; Sing, from Thilim to Temporah— You are winning Zion's battle. SAMUELS IS NAMED Judson A. Samuels, former Chicago lawyer, has been appointed instructor in law at the University of Miami law school. Samuels has his B.S.L. degree from Northwestern University. Others added to the law school were Miss Harriett French, Robert Meisenholder, and Carl A. Warns, Jr., according to Dr. Russell A. Rasco, dean of the school. Enrollment has reached a new high of 531 students. Murray G. Cohen discussed the Marshall plan and the application of the Truman doctrine for the Miami Elks lodge. Wednesday evening. Cohen, a certified public accountant, has contributed many articles to various magazines on international economy. G. E. KNOWI.ES 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-S660 DRINK PLENTY OF C7\ripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c lut Bottle Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lots Our Specialty" Bulldoser and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverised 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 [TOUBY |.PAINTIMG CORP. 3*5000 LKJMSBO Am homo Conr*Km$ 6*9 N.W.6* St reek. <*< MIAMI M. FLORIDA A* 1 • ml



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k • ^^ PAGE TWELVE tJmlstiFkrlcton J555TTOCIOBER 24 LIVES OF OUR TIMES jrpu/APnf pOB/NSON NOSMAN 4 $01 MO,,,. Hf MAN DESPITE HIS CRIATfO HIS YEARS MO WHO IS ST1U CAUE0*limt UiSAR" OTHER HUMtROUS SCREEN mmm\ FIRST FILM ROll MARLY TWIHTr 4J WM EDWARD WAS MM IN IUCHAMST IN MM, All BR0U6HT TO THE U.S. AT TW AM OHO. fROM CHILDHOOD, HIS ONIY AM8ITI0N WAS TO M PART Of THF THEATRE,AH TOWARDS THIJfcOAl HE ATTENDED COLUMIIA UNIVERSITY AM TW AMERICAN ACADEMY Of DRAMATK AITS. THAT vtAR, TWO IMPORTANT CVWTS OCCURRED. FIRST, MMM STARRED IN "THE tiWWf. A PI AY WHICH M NAD CO-AUTHORED. SECONDLY, Hi RECEIVED AN Off( FRQM HOLLYWOOD WHICH WON HIM OVER TO MOTION PICTURES. THE FtAY WAS A HTT AM WNTR^ONITS^ MMM TO (EM ItfftMtt OF mSHL i9i9. AFttAM m 'mm w off %  ?£** •jAMJCM AW KUAM? EVERY YEAR mi£ „ "AT THE YOUTHFUL A4I OF TWISTY. MNMN MA* HIS DEIUT, WNIU HIS FAMXY WAITED ANXIOUSLY FOR TNI CRITKS TO OUtt THE fUTURI Of THE jjjHMj STAR. WNU WORLD WAR II MMI.ROW SON RtMEMKREO NIS OWN NAVY DAYS NUN THE FIRST WORLD MLB ANI CONTRIWTED 1100,000 TOTHIUSO'ASASMAUDOWN PAYMENT ON TE nilVttlSl W MH AN AMERICAN: AS THE CREATOR OF'MUt'ROlES ROWSON WAS TOPS. Hi SOARED TO FAME ALMOST IMMEDIATELY THROUGH SUCH YEWCICS AS 'OUTSIDE TW LAW," "LITTLE CAiSARfAHD'"flVF-STAR FINALf TODAY, AT TW AM OF S*,W ITU HAS MM MXOSWAirUl.AHlSMlORNUI m A WJUfTY OF CMAAACTEUUTIONS. Fair Return of Taxes Urged by Ferguson A more suitable return to Miami of taxes paid to the state is being advocated by Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, independent candidate for the city commission. Dr. Ferguson, a resident of Miami for more than 24 years and a former city commissioner, is planning a study of legal means to receive back from the state a larger portion of the millions paid into tiie state treasury annually by Miami and Dade county. "Many states pay back as high as 16 per cent to the municipalises,"' Dr. Ferguson stated,"' and n seems that Miami should receive a higher proportion than ill the city is receiving today. The actual kick-back to Miami at the present time is a meager (>6 100 of one per cent." MEN! BUY DIRECT 'Fine Clothes From Pint Mdfc.fr*" Guaranteed Saving; to $095 SILK GABARDINE SUITS Imported Tropical Wonted) Incl. $50 — $65 Nomination of officers of Beth David Synagogue will take place on November 5, as announced by Louis Heiman, president of the Congregation. Election is scheduled for the first week in December. We SelL Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 Our Specialty GENUINE FORSTMANN GABARDINE SLACKS Suits Short Rise Our Specialty Direct Factory Prices Austin II. Burke UPSTAIRS MFGR'S OUTLET 600 Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach Entrance on Pennsylvania Avenue Room 16 Off Lincoln Road In Philadelphia Since 1906 A Dream Come True BABY'S FEEDtNG f Off iff it FILLED BY PHARMACISTS EXACTLY AS PRESCRIBED UNDER STERILE CONDI. TIQNS IMPOSSIBLE IN THE HOME • • IT IS SMART TO CALL BABY FORMULARY THEN ALL MOTHER HAS TO DO IS REMOVE RUBBER CAP FROM BOTTLE AND FEED BABY. DAILY DELIVERY. CONVENIENCE FOR MOTHER! Special "GET ACQUAINTED" OHerl TWO DAYS SERVICE FREE NO OBLIGATION! You pay nothing for first two deliveries whether service is continued or not. • CALL • BABY FORMULARY, Inc., M782 3240 N.W. 27th Av... Miami. 125 AVIATION BLDG. '<%m mw WITH A CHASE FEDERAL COMPLETE PACKAGK HOME LOAN Y TRULY NOLEN. President ^ ECONOMY EXTERMINATORY WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE TERMITE CONTROL 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION 1. Quick service, free of rd tip: 2. No loon feei. Actual cost only. S. Construction loans, no additional cost. Interest charged only a* money is paid out. 4. Lowest interest rates. I. Low monthly payments. e. No prepayment charge, if you wish to pay before maturity. 7. No appraisal fee*. mi CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LDAN ASSOCIATION llll Uetele %  • %  ...I HIM ,*.lMSMSt t. i. man Tt. Prealeaas —


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 24, 1947

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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LIST OF 300,000 DPS ARE AVAiLABLE FOR I ASPt# TtOV AT JEWtStt Ft.ORUH.lA
ihdfewiisltUEIliOipidliiaun

^JmejQ NUMBER 43~
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. OCTOBER 24. 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
(datives Located Through DP List
Numerous Miamians spent many hours this week checking a list
of more than three hundred thousand Jewish people living in Dis-
laced Persons Camps. Now on file at the office of the Jewish
Florid ian the list of DP's taken from camp rosters throughout Ger-
many, Poland and Italy, were brought to this country by Dr. Stephen
c Wise
Volunteer workers of the local groups of the American Jewish
CoiiKL'i'ss are on hand to assist those seeking to locate relatives from
1 tu 4 p. m- daily, Monday through Thursdays. The Location Serv-
ice project is under the general chairmanship of Mrs. Leonard Barr,
assist< il by Mrs. William Loeb, of the Miami Beach chapter, and Mrs.
Leunore Curtice, of the Miami group.
Recognizing the names of relatives this week were Joseph Shakt-
man, Louis Greenblatt, Kalman Meycrovitz, and Mrs. Irving Han-
Tlie Jewish Floridian offices are located at 120 N.E. Sixth Street.
NEW BEACH "Y" PROPERTY SITE
OPEN FOR INSPECTION SUNDAY
One thousand Miami Beach
residents have been invited by
the Miami Beach YM & WHA to
make a public inspection this
Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 of
the new site and view the con-
i struct ion progress of the exten-
sive $750,000 building program.
Located at 1536 Bay Rd., the site
extends to the bay front and will
afford ample room for complete
"Y" and center facilities.
"No solicitations, speeches or
formalities," was the direct quote
issued by Louis Heiman, chair-
man of the building fund cam-
paign.
Plans for the campaign to be
held November 15 to 25 were
House Group Will
Ask IRO To Set
Refugee Quotas
WASHINGTON. (JTA) The
House Immigration sub-commit-
tee which recently toured dis-
placed persons camps in Europe
will request the International
Refugee Organization to call a j
special conference about Novem- [
ber 15, in order to decide how;
many refugees each of the mem-
ber countries should admit, it was
disclosed here by Rep. Frank
Chelf, Kentucky Republican, a
member of the sub-committee.
Chelf had said earlier that the
sub-committee believed that the.
DP question could be placed be-1
fore the U.N. General Assembly j
immediately so that body could
apportion the 700,000 DP's on a|
pro-rata basis. However, after I
he conferred with Undersecretary
of state Robert Lovett and As-
sistant Secretary of State Charles
E- Saltzmin, he stated that the
sub-committee now favored a
special IRO parley instead. It
>s hoped that two Senators, two
Congressmen and two State De-
partment representatives will at-
tend the conference.
completed this week after a gath-
ering of the campaign workers
on the property, two blocks south
of Lincoln Rd., Mr. Heiman add-
ed. Carl Weinkle, president ol
the organization, stated that
$150,000 had already been pledg-
ed of the estimated $300,000 total
needed for this first project.
Anticipated extras on the prop-
erty include an outdoor swim-
ming pool, basketball court, soft-
ball diamond and children's play-
ground. The administration
building, whose completion by
the King Construction Co., is ex-
pected the early part of Decem-
ber, will contain an auditorium
seating 350, lockers for men and
women, meeting rooms and a
kitchen. A. Herbert Mathes is
the architect.
Campaign planning committee
serving with Mr. Heiman are:
Joseph Berman, George Bertman,
Archie Brick, A. Budd Cutler,
Irving Frankel, Nat Weinkle and
Harry Zuckernick.
Refreshments and entertain-
ment for this Sunday are under
the charge of Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
aided by Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs.
Carl Weinkle, Edith Weinstein
and Mrs. Leo Chaikin.
Construction committee of
which Milton Sirkin is chairman,
is composed of James Albert, Jo-
seph Berman, George Bertman,
Samuel Rivkind, Harry Sirkin,
Carl Weinkle, Irving Frankel,
Jules Canning, Leo Hubrman,
and Louis Heiman.
Demand British Maintain
Order In Palestine
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)The
governments of the United States
and Britain differ on the ques-
tion of whether the British have
the leal i ight to unilaterally sur-
fer the Palestine Mandate
and withdraw their troops, leav-
"ig thu country in a state of pos-
sible chaos, it was learned here.
.,7* of the U. S. delegation
th,i n'Ud Natins emphasize
en L'na'Smuch as the S. is a
"-signatory to the Mandate and
.resPonsible for protecting Am-
"can mterests in Palestine,
.Washington des not agree with
men, !W of the British Govern-
termin ^at the Mandate can be
erm.nated by Britain and her
n i, r ut0 the countries which
JWV Plans 1948
Conclave In Miami
Harry Adams, past commander
of the Miami Beach post, Jewish
War Veterans, was made a vice-
commander of the national or-
ganization at their annual con-
vention in St. Paul, Minn., last
Sunday. At the same meeting it
was decided to hold the 1948 con-
clave on Miami Beach, labor day
weekend.
Col. Julian Klein, Chicago pub;
lie relations consultant, was elect-
ed to the national commander's
post. Fifteen thousand members
were present at the gathering to
which Adams and Saul T. Von
Zamft, present Miami Beach
commander, represented their
group.
Immediate implementation of
the United Nations plan for the
partition of Palestine, the fur-
therance of a program of legisla-
tion to combat anti-Semitism and
discrimination, the opening up of
the doors of the United States to
displaced persons, the banning of
Communists from membership in
the JWV, early implementation
of the Marshall Plan and full sup-
port of the United Nations by
the United States, the enactment
of a strong program of national
defense and a program of Uni-
versal Military Training were
among the major decisions made
by the delegates to the 52nd an-
nual convention.
Subcommittees Receive Palestine's
Problem After U. N. General Debate
LAKE SUCCESSThe Pales-
tine problem was turned over
Wednesday to two major subcom-
mittees for separate study of the
Jewish-supported partition pro-
posal and the Arab country de-
mand for immediate independ-
ence of the Holy Land as a unit
with its Arab population major-
ity intact.
They must report their findings
to the 57-member United Nations
Palestine committee by next
Wednesday.
The committee chairman, Dr.
Herbert V. Evatt of Australia,
emphasized that these two sub-
committees would study and dis-
cuss the two approaches to the
problem "on an equal basis."
The United Nations entered the
second phase of its deliberations
m the Palestine issue this week,
following the conclusion of the
general debate on Palestine dur-
ing the weekend by Dr. Chaim
Wetzmann, veteran leader of the
world Zionist movement, the last
speaker, who was preceded by
Jamal Husseini, vice chairman of
the Palestine Arab Higher Com-
mittee.
Proposals which the Commit-
tee will consider are: an El Sal-
vador proposal for an Arab-Jew-
ish conference under U.N. aus-
pices, at the present session; a
Uruguayan proposal for the im-
mediate admission to Palestine of
30,000 Jewish children now in
DP camps and their parents;
United Kingdom and Colombian
suggestions regarding the refu-
gee and DP problem; a joint
Swedish-American proposal to
accept all the UNSCOP unani-
mous recommendations and the
majority's partition plan; a Yugo-
slav proposal urging that the
Jewish refugees on Cyprus be
admitted to Palestine immediate-
ly, as well as recommendations
LOCAL AGENCIES SEEK MORE NATIONAL
RECOGNITION AT CJF & WF CONVENTION
An extraordinary conference of
the 30 largest Jewish communi-
ties in the United States and Can-
ada to map out joint plans for
communal programs and fund
raising in 1948 has ben called by
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds for No-
vember 8 and 9 in Pittsburgh,
Stanley C. Myers, Council presi-
dent, announced. The conference
will deal with overseas, national
and local needs, involving both
capital and operating founds.
SAN ANTONIO. (JTA)Re-
lationships between local wel-
fare funds and national agen-
cies received the major consid-
eration of the ISO community
delegates to the assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds South-
western States Region in San
Antonio, held during the week-
end.
The delegates, representing
416 major cities in that area,
called for increasing recogni-
tion by national agencies of the
role the local organizations
must have in national agency
program planning and budget-
ing. It called for a working
partnership between the com-
munities which raise the money
and the agencies which dis-
burse it for national and over-
seas needs in their behalf.
Participating in the conference
will be the presidents or other
designated leaders of central
agencies in these communities
federations, welfare funds and
community councils their ex-
MRS. MYERS PRESIDENT OF
SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers has been
elected president of the
Southern Inter-
state Confer-
ence of the Na-
tional Council of
Jewish Women
for the coming
year. The Con-
ference, which
met at New Or-
leans from Oc-
tober 19 through
the 22, com-
prises nine
states. Mrs. My-
ers has selected Mrs. Nat Wil-
liams as corresponding secretary.
j ecutive directors, the community
representatives on the United
Jewish Appeal's Executive and
Administrative committee, in-
vited representatives of the larg-
est national and overseas agen-
cies and the members of the
Council's Board of Directors.
In his invitation to the confer-
ence, Mr. Myers pointed out that
the suggestion for holding it came
from a group of executive direc-
tors who were attending the
Council's annual seminar last
month. They adopted a resolu-
tion asking the Council to call
such a meeting to review 1947
experience in fund raising and
community planning and to look
ahead to 1948 needs.
"The purpose of the meeting
will be to take stock and to de-
velop statesmanlike planning for
the broad compass of Jewish ob-
ligations," Mr. Myers stated in
calling the conference. "The most
intensive spring campaigns in
history are now winding up and
fall campaigns are fully under-
way. Communities already are
asking: What's ahead in 1948?
What will be our obligations for
overseas needs? What will our
local agencies require? What will
national services require? What
capital funds are needed? How
much of this can and should be
met in 1948 The conference will
seek to provide some clarity and
answers to those questions. It
will attempt to help each commu-
nity, and thus American Jewry,
to determine and meet more ef-
fectively the great obligations all
of us face in the year ahead."
from a number of delegates con-
taining amendments to the UNS
COP partition plan, which are
chiefly concerned with the K' o-
graphical division of Palestine,
the transition period and the im-
plementation of the U.N. plan.
Among the Arab proposals be-
fore the Committee is one made
by the Egyptian delegation to re-
fer to the International Court of
Justice the question of the com-
petence of the U.N. to recom-
mend either the majority or min-
ority UNSCOP plans and whe-
ther the U.N. has a right to im-
plement either plan. There is
also a Syrian proposal to refer
to the International Court of Jus-
tice questions concerning the le-
gality of the Mandate, whether
partition is consistent with the
U.N. charter and whether forci-
ble partition is within the juris-
diction of the General Assembly.
Iraq has proffered a similar pru-
posaL
Dr. Weizmann's address, which
closed the general debate last
Saturday afternoon, was hailed
by many delegates as "a most
beautiful speech." Herschel John-
son, U. S. delegate, told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency "it was a
profoundly moving presentation."
Foreign Minister Fadhil Jamah
of Iraq termed the address "mis-
leading sentimentalism."
Dr. Weizmann expressed the
hope that the U.N. will decide in
favor of the establishment of a
Jewish state in a partitioned
Palestine and will also admit the
Jews to its "honorable table" as
an equal member. The aged
Zionist leader also appealed to
the U.N. to make full use of the
assistance of the Jews in setting
up the defenses of the projected
Jewish state. Emphasizing that
the Jews do not anticipate Arab
aggression and "do not fear ar^'
such aggression," the veteran
leader of the world Zionist move-
ment declared:
"We feel, however, that the
prospects of peace will be bright-
est if the Jewish forces maintain-
ing security within our own state
are accompanied at the outset by
an international force to symbol-
ize the consent and decision of
the United Nations. But in all
circumstances our people are pre-
pared to make full provision for
their own defense."
IRO Cuts Rations of
Jewish DP's In Italy
ROME. (JTA) The daily ra-
tions of displaced persons in IRO-
administered camps in Italy have
been cut from 2,400 calories to
1,400 which is below the medi-
cally accepted standard for sub-
sistence. The Central Commit-
tee of Jewish Refugees has wired
William H. Tuck, executive sec-
retary of the IRO Preparatory
Commission, protesting the re-
duction.
In an attempt to meet the em-
ergency created by the IRO move
and to avert disturbances in the
camps, the JDC is distributing to
every DP parcels containing 9,000
calories worth of food.
French Says It Must
Consider Arab Wishes
PARIS. (JTA) The French
Foreign Office this week issued
a special communique declaring
that on the question of partition
or a federal state in Palestine,
"France must consider the wishes
of the Arabs. Despite Russian-
American agreement for parti-
tion, France must reserve its de-
cision, wishing to safeguard Mos-
lem interests," it concluded. The
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
learns from reliable sources that
the French delegation at Lake
Success will most probably ab-
stain from voting.
A Quai d'Orsay spokesman last
week said that France would "re-
luctantly" vote for partition be-
cause the French delegation at
Lake Success had participated in
the establishment of the U.N.
Special Committee on Palestine
which subsequently recommend-
ed partition.
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lloublo liar Mitzva At TVinple Israel
Wayne Ernest Tobin. left, and Barry John Cromerwhose Bar
Mitzvahs tomorrow. 11 a.m.. at Tempi. &WjJ <5MT^? ij
nounced by their parents. Mr. and Mrs.> Harold G. Tobin and
Mr and Mrs. Jasper S. Cromer. Reception will be in Kaplan
hall. Sunday. 3 loS p.m. Mrs. Ella Cromer of Ashe^lle. N C..
grandmother of Barry, and Mr and Mrs Harry Segal of Jersey
City, uncle and aunt of both boys, will be in Miami to attend
the ceremony. ^^_________________-
Women's Duckpin
League in Close Finish
Clothing Collection To
Aid Flood Victims
Clot
Personally Speaking .. .
K.or Claudia Marsha, was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jj8& NV 32d Av,. a, ,he Vfcttfa ho.pi.aL
October 9.
j m ,. Chfco^wS i -he sun,. Tey h. a. 2914
Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
Mr and Mrs. Morris Dubter of 1233 10th St., Miami Beach.
nnH \Tpi dauah.er Mrs. Abraham Friedman, are back from
Set vacant Tnthe Catskills and through parts of Canada.
Upon SIS return, they stopped to see their new great-grandson
ir. Gainesville, Fla.

G. M. Cohen, publisher of the Indiana Jewish Post, is spend-
inq several days in Miami.
*
Back after a summer in New York are Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Andron, Miami Beach.

Mrs. Max Hoffman. 318 21st St.. Miami Beach, has returned
from a six week visit in Chicago with her family.

Mr. and Mis. Isadore Goldberg are back from New York
at their residence at 830 Euclid Ave.

Mrs. Herman Gordon left last Thursday to join her husband
in New York. After several weeks vacation they will return
tc the Everqlades hotel. Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gruss are back home at 561 N.E.
68th St., from their summer cottage at Avon Lake, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Gordon
h victims'flew to Detroit, Saturday, to attend a convention of the National
A Association of Jewish Funeral Homes. Before returning home
equesiea ..... ___v,i.
A surprise party honoring their silver anniversary was
V the : --- Clouting
WHAW Soi "T V, they will visit in New York.
.: Bnai B nth members ol
teams G I Miami, Sam Sib
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: > age' ; ,d. "" given for Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Adler in the Shelborne hotel
ehind. chairman of a nittee Sunday by ,heir sons David and Sidney. The Adlers. who live
i the J ; : y the orgwuMi -at 2995 S.W. 20th St., came here two years ago from Redbank,
being first men s chapter ol
B'nai B'rith serves with
Clothing may be delivered to
Mrs. Katz, 2100 S. W. 24th Ten,
or J-:. Bi : >'. 601 N. Miami
Ave. The B'nai B5rith commit-
; tie U with Harvey
, post ol th Am. ri an Le-
:. effort to alleviate
bowle .. ol nooded-out fiami-
urged io gi itn Mrs
th the;:
rs.
V I tr the
thi .(.-ague
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Executive Board Meets
lies.
if the
v. ines- Lichenstein-August
15 p. m.
Wed In Boston
Monthly board meeting of
the Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society will be in the form of
a luncheon at the Downtown
Club. Wednesday. October 29.
1 p. m. Plans for the forth-
coming party and donor lunch-
eon will be discussed.
:.".. Mary Licntei stein of Mai-
[en, Mass.. became Mrs. Louis
Gables Women Appoint
Committee Chairmen
Report of the delegates attend-
Committi a for the _._,
, ing the Conference of Jewish
oral Gables Womens Chapter of .._______.;
Wome:. s Organizations meeting
B nth were appointed at .. .. ,
I is week will highlight the Tem-
their first board meeting last, _. _. ___,.i_,
, ., pie Israel Sisterhood executive
k, held at tne home of Mrs.;, ... .._,__
I board session which is gathering
Sam Schulefanc, president. u_j..i *_ m
_ to plan their schedule for the
Following are the chairmen ap- w ,. n Monday, October 27. Mrs.
Frankel's Announce
Daughter's Marriage
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Mayer H. Fran-
kel, active Miami Beach commj.
nal workers, announce the nu-.
riage of then- daughter. Naial*
Sandra, to Bruce Lawrew
Greenberg. The ceremony took
place Wednesday, Oct. 13, in the
study of Rabbi Irving Lehrmji
Dinner at the Roney Plaza how
followed.
The bride is regional presidem
of Junior Hadassah. She receivd
her Bachelor of Arts and Lai
Degrees from the University i
Miami where she was a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Mr. Greenberg. son of Mr. ml
Mrs. Charles Greer.berg of To-
peka, Kan., and Los Ar.gelts,
Calif., received his Bachelor ol
Science degre>- from the l'-:ver-
sity of Kansas ar.d did graduat*
work at Harvard University
School of Busir.e.-s Administn-
tion.
After a wedding trip to Ha-
vana, the couple will make that
home in Los Angeles.
pointed: Constitution, Mrs. Sam
Silver; program, Mrs. Dewey
Klein; membership, Mrs. Law-
rence Simpkin; publicity, Mrs.
%
urdines
Sapphl
August at an afternoon wedding j Charles R. Jacobson; refresh-
I m h. town last Sunday.. ments, Mrs. Joseph L. Rogers;
I is ;:.. son il Mr. and Hillel, Mrs. Bernard Abramson:
Michael August of 447 S. W. telephone, Mrs, Lonard Spiegel:
Rd., Miami. hospitality, Mrs. Sydney Lewis
Dau : Mr. and Mrs. Hy- and Mrs. Sydney Richmond! Na-
n Samuel Lichtenstein of Mai-jtional Jewish Monthly, Mrs. Os-
, Mrs. August has been active car Sindell; ADL, Mr.-. Luke
in social and welfare work there. Kussm i 'tings. Mrs. Leon
Thou.:, both attended schools in Honig; ways and means, Mrs.
Boston, the couple did not meet Leonard Glickstein.
until she visited in Miami last
Star Sapphire
nylon hosiery
$095
year.
After a brief honeymoon in
New York and Washington, the
Augusts will reside in Miami.
>2!
pair
Sheer and flattering for
fall dresses in the beau-
tiful Dark Secret shade.
Finely made 15-denier
construction. Come in
and examine the fine
details of Star Sapphire
you'll want several
pairs for your wardrobe.
Sizes 8' : to 10' : in me-
deium lengths in the
group.
BURDINE'B, MIAMI. HOSIERY,
STREET riDQR
A. P. Gannes, director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education,
will speak on the subject "Re-
cent Trends in Jewish Educa-
tion," before the West Palm
"WELCOME DANCE" TO BE i Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
GIVEN FOR HILLEL MEMBERS, Tuesday, October 28. a! 8:15
"Welcome Dance" of the Hillel P- m'
house postponed from October 11,1 T**
I will take place at the Robert ?
IRichter hotel tomorrow night, inlk
I honor of new and prospective
members, Rabbi Albert Michael,!
director, announced.
New student officers include:It
Charles Greenfield, 2315 Meridi-
an Ave,, Miami Beach, will be
nostess to the group.
Representatives to the Confer-
ence included Mrs. Isaac Levin,
Mrs. Marion B. Ross and Mrs.
Elry Stone, regular delegates.
Mrs. Albert Hirsch and Mrs. Max-
well Hyman substituted for Mrs.
V. Simons and Mrs. Harold B.
Spaet,
CONVENTION DELEGATES
ANNOUNCED
Miami Beach group of Hadas-
sah is represented at the annual
convention, in Atlantic City, Oc-
tober 24-28, by Mrs. Benjamin B.
Goldstein, president; Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Mrs. Abe Goodman. Mrs.
Rubin. Mis. Emauel Gold
Strich, Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Irving
Rothman, and Mrs. Morris Al-
pert.
Greenberg-Block
Betrothal Revealed
Betrothal of Miss Shirley
Greenberg to Jack Block was re-
vealed to their friends at a re-
ception given by Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Dubbin, brother-ir.-la*
and sister of the bride-elect, III
Catalina PL, Coral Gables. TK
wedding i, planned for Dew
bcr. ,_
Daughter of Joseph GnaW
334 20th St., Miami Beac:.. Su
Grenb.rg ,:uate of M ,
Senior High School. She stte*
ed the University of North C*
Una and Miami.
Mr. Block, son of Mrs.
Block, 2276 S. W. Second SL
a law studem at the Lmva*
of Miami. H R<;aduatedJ
Miami Beach H.Rh scM *
served two years m the am-
ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING
MARYS CORAL INN
Mike Klarfild, presidnt; Carole
802 S.W. 12th Avenue
Dehcioui Home CookmB Served In a Home Atmosphere
Moderate Prices.
Miss Sail Hosts
To University Friends
Miss Edith Sail will be hostess
to Miami Beach High school |
classmates and several friends
from the University of Miami at i
her home tomorrow evening. The
party which includes dinner and I
dancing is being given for her
[ by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ned
E. Sail, 2980 Flamingo Dr., Miami
Beach.
Edith is active at school in the
International Relations club. The
family moved here from New
York three years ago.
The
ni. _, Moderate Prices. ,
Tanner., vice president: Hup. L.^r.T.I'.'I'l.Tl ""' snday 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. *
Tanenbaum, treasurer; Jean
Fleischman, corresponding 31
tary; and Sis Warfield, recording
Been tary.
Memberships will be accepted
any time this month, Rabbi Mich-
aels said.
RAPHAELS HOTEL
146 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
CATERING TOR CONVENTIONS. PARTIES, SOCIAL
AND RELIGIOUS FUNCTIONS
Will Re-open Strictly KOSHER
Dining Room
Friday Evening,
October 31st.
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lerviee League
_ o| Benefit
Wjitiires Star
I Hikiesai-de is scheduled to head
L. cast of performers for the
Lianv Service League dinner-
Cance at the Copa Cabana, Sun-
TL evening, November 2, 7 p. m
Cccodine to an announcement
L Mrs. Leon Kaplan, president
' .hl. league. Proceeds of the
-(fair will be added to the Y.
building Fund to purchase equip
T,ent for the new building, Mrs
((apian stated.
Women's group of the Miami
Service League was originally
Ifoimecl 'luring the war to give
Lid to servicemen, but since ces-
sation of hostilities the organi-
Etion has been converted to a
peace lime 6rouP and is no*
working exclusively for the Mi-
Lml Y M. & Y.W.H.A.
I Reservations for the diner-
dance cost SI2.50 per person and
Kiay be obtained by calling the
reservation committee, Mrs. Kap-
lan. 2-4498; Mrs. George Chert-
Buiff. 3-7223; Mrs. John Temple,
|48-457fi.
|Dunn Urges Early
Sewer Completion
James A. Dunn, candidate for
Ifjity Commissioneri has taken for
his platform first, the early com-
of the sewer program and
;ely allied restoration and ex-
pansion of the street and side-
walk projects, all of which are in
[ti, pro ss of fulfillment.
i also hope to give the city
|employees at all times a wage
commensurate with services ren-
and a good living," Mr.
Dunn said. Recently a survey
has been completed which now
equalize- pay schedules in con-
Bnrmity with like work in private
pnterpi
Other city projects in "Jim"
Dunn's plans include a continua-
of parks and playground ex-
jansion, removal of railroads
rom downtown areas with the
JKtablisr.inent of accruing park-
ng areas "to relieve the heavilv
congested vehicular traffic,"
nnre adequate fire protection
ind transportation system, and
development of permanent in-
dustries "without jeopardizing
bur natural popularity as a year-
round visitor resort."
"
[Sermon Topic "Natural"
"Florida Floods and Noah's
Irk," si i mon dealing with sed-
of the week, brought an un-
ially large audience of towns-
people to the first Friday night
eries of services at the Hillel
Gainesville, Fla., last
veek, according to its director,
Rabbi Gerald Engel. Recent de-
struction caused by the hurri-
canes, said Rabbi Engel, made
he topic a "natural."
Rabbi Engel has been spiritual
eader of the community for the
"' three years.
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Robert Blank To Conduct
Bar Mitzvah Services
Announcement has been made
of the Bar Mitzvah of Robert
Joel Blank by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Blank, 1301 S. W.
3rd St., Saturday, October 25 at
9 a. m., to take place at the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Junior
Congregation, 1101 S. W. 12th
Ave. The Bar Mitzvah, aided by
his brother, Herbert, will conduct
.he entire service. Rabbi Simon
April will respond.
Open house will be held for
riends and relatives of the fam-
ily at the Congregation. Sun-
day, 3 p. m. Out-of-town guests
jxpected are: Mrs. Ida Solodor
and Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Huck-
man, Maplewood, N. J.; Samuel
Solodor, Morristown. N. J.; Mey-
er Solordor, Trenton, N. J.; Mr.
and'Mrs. Joseph Blank and Mr.
Sam Blank, New York City.
Plaque Presentation
Highlights MJOC Meet
Presentation of a plaque to Mr.
A. Pepper in recognition of the
efforts of his late wife on behalf
of the congregation highlighted
the annual election meeting of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Tuesday. The ceremo-
nies were conducted by Mr. Max
Kuperstein, designer of the
placque, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
viho delivered brief addresses
eulogizing the late Mrs. Pepper.
Mr. A. M. Bear, retiring presi-
dent, conducted the election and
all of the officers were chosen
without opposition. Heading the
organization for the coming year
will be: Sidney H. Palmer, presi-
dent; Max R. Silver, first vice
president; Wallace Maer, second
vice president; Frank Weinstein,
third vice president; Charles
Adelman, recording secretary; N.
Abraham, financial secretary;
and Hi Rafras, treasurer.
Top eighteen men chosen to
serve on the board of directors
include: Morris Pepper, A. Pep-
per, Fred Shochet, Nathan Adel-
man, Phil Berkowitz, A. M. Bear,
Max Kupferstcin, Max Mintzer,
Louis Weintraub, Sid Wasser-
man, J. B. Effenson, D. Simon,
' Harry Steinberg, D. Singer, Max
Rappaport, Emanuel Karger, Jen-
kins Cohen and Lewis Green.
Delegates to the Cemetery As-
sociation are Sidney H. Palmer,
A. Pepper and Max Mintzer.
Abe Goldman Named
To District Post
Announcement has been made
of the appointment of Abe Gold-
man as chairman of the newly
organized Un-American Activi-
ties Committee of Tenth District,
American Legion, by district
commander, Harry Cooper of Mi-
ami Beach.
Goldman was formerly co-
chairman of the Americanism
committee of the Legion. His
plans for this district, which in-
cludes Dade county to Key West,
are to select representatives from
each local area to serve on his
committee. Work of the commit-
tee is cleared through the Fed-
eral Bureau of Investigation.
An employee of DadeCounty
Sheriff's office, Goldman lives at
862 S. W. 6th St.
Bemuda Hotel Assn.
Bans Discrimination
HAMILTON, Bermuda. (JTA)
Sir Howard Trott, president of
the Bermuda Hotels Association,
has announced that his organiza-
tion will soon institute a policy
of non-discrimination toward
tourists.

NEW YORK. (JTA) The
6,000,000 Jews murdered by the
Nazis before and during World
War II and 40,000 Jewish heroes
who died in the Battle of Warsaw
Ghetto were honored this week
at the dedication of the site of a
permanent memorial on River-
side Drive here. The project is
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER m
4H
Editorial
F A C E_F ACTS
By George J. TalianoH. Flor-
ida Regional Director.Ant-
Defamation League. 330 Sey
bold Building. Miami. Florida.
This week we were greeted
with th* news that Kirstenillafi-
stad. former darling of the Metro-
politan Opera, is to give a Miami
concert on October 30.
Public reaction to Una an
nouncement has ben overwhelm-
ingly unfavorable to Miss Flaf,-
nd that is readily under-
The Koad Ahead
With Soviet Russia and the United States oHidailyback-
ina the orinciples of partitition as the sole key to the solution
S the Palesune problem, reason dictates that the present ses-
2on ol fte General Assembly will ^fflCSSS^Sd
solving the complex issue with firmness and determinat on ana
thus right- at least to some degree, an historic wrongfWhfc*cos
the Jewish people 6,000,000 lives. However, it would be in
dulging in excessive opUsim to assume that, just because stad gnd re
partition proposal received approval torn the world 9ates standable whcn we considei the
"S facto follows tat the international conclave ^following known tab: y
vote approval of the UNSCOP majority report. | Jack m Ml when U;
The debate before the Ad Hoc Committee on *jJV ^ej!an citizen, was living
ended. Both the Jews and the Arabs were given an opportunity
to present and defend their respective positions. .Russia the
United States, Britain and a great number of other countries
have spoken. The issue has been joined. But no decision has
yet been reached, and there will be no elation among Jews
until the just verdict is officially pronounced.
It is a card.nal fact in international affairs that global policy
originates with the great powers. It is also a basic fact mat, m'in"&ry refused to give her
once a great power decides on a policy it uses its influence (hc necessary -sanction. Never-
and prestige that swing the lesser powers into line. It is not thcIess she flew ^ Portugal j
within our province to tell Soviet Ilcssia to swing the countries fascist-dominated nation, and
within her orbit or influence to support her stand on the Palestine went from he^h -i^and
issue. But it is plainly within our domain as American citizens to over Nazi tern ry^ ^ ^
rem.nd our government that, once having espoused the cause | ^ wjthout Nazi approval.
of Jewish statehood, it is bound, by duty and morals, to per- Thereafter, according to a
suade the wavering nations into following its course. If we Now York Times" report of
lock the courage to have others see the justice of our convic- Juno 15. 1945. Miss Flagstads
.ions, we must necessarily sufier in our struggle for world ^ff^^g^SX
leadership. thp occupation of the Nazis by
selling lumber to the Germans
and by actually joining the Nazi
partv. It is estimated that Jo-
hansen made 60.000.000 crowns in
1, case you're writing a play |Margaret Mitchell is reluctant to, drnlinR with the Germans. Jo-
it'h an eyi to selling it to the part with the stage rights, and hansen died recently before he
..... u.._ -,.i.....,^o i hac*.H nn crtU\A he brought to trial.
cgian Citizen, was """B
1 the United States. In April.
1941 she requested the Norwe-
gian" legation in Washington to
obtain the necessary visas to en-
able her to join her husband.
Henrv Johansen, in Norway. Be-
cause of the occupation of her
country bv the Nazis, the Norwe-
efused to give her
FILM FOLK
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
ft
(Wllll jii < > e i" ov.....t> ----- r-...........- ------
movies) this ought to interest that her reluctance is based on
you! In the last ten years, 40,445 the fact she received only $55,-
plays have been copyrighted by 000 for screen rights to her book,
playwrights. Of the total number wjth the picture already having
submitted, 800 were produced, grossed more than $35,000,000.
oi winch 155 were financial sue-1
Fanny Briee tells that a survey
s of her fan mail has convinced
Danny Kaye's recently inked her that she had better go into
.. it| Warner Bros, provides the doll business. Parents and
his wife, Sylvia Fine, will children alike have been writing
si v< as associate producer on her to ask where they can buy a
, make- and will receive -Baby Snooks" doll. At present United States to renew her opcr-
,000 per picture. The con-' nu Snooks dolls are being man-
gives Danny and Sylvia I ufaetured, but Fanny hopes to
great deal of autonomy in jtarl on this project by the first
choice of material, contents, oth- of next year so the dolls will be
dayers, etc. The current -'trial ready for Christmas, 1948.
, paration" of Kaye and his wife
,ve no bearing on The musical score for "Foreuerj
professional association.
"New York Times" article con-
cludes with a quote from remarks
bv the President of the Norwe-
gian parliament. "As far ns Nor-
wegians are concerned, Kirsten
Flagstad is dead."
And now Miss Flagstad. after
an absence of six years, with a
cloud of susoicion hovering about
her concerning her position dur-
: inc the war. has returned to the
atic career.
We pass no judgment whatso-
ever on Flaestad's voice, which
we understand to be of high ar-
tistic qualities. We. howevef, re-
sent deeplv her return to this
fact that she
U. N. TRENDSi The statement
delivered by the U. S. delegation
at the United Nations Ad Hoc
Committee on Palestine was the
result of hard bargaining be-
tween President Truman and
Secretary of State Marshall .
Truman tried to make it as ac-
ceptable as possible to the Jews,
while Marshall was inclined to
make it more palatable to the
Arabs Incidentally, prior to
completing the text. Marshall
met not only with Zionist lead-
ers, but also with Palestine se-
curity experts ... He wanted to
establish the extent to which
Jews in Palestine can take care
of themselves in case of Arab
violence, after the British begin
to withdraw their forces from
the country ... As matters stand
now, it is predicted in Zionist
circles that although Britain will
definitely begin to withdraw its
troops from Palestine, it will, at
the same time, participate in the
implementation of the U. N. de-
cision ... It can now be revealed
that British Colonial Secretary
Creech-Jones has been working
very hard in New York to bring
together representatives of the
Jewish Agency and the Arab
delegations to the United Nations
. However, he has not been
successful ... It can also be dis-
closed now that British Foreign
Minister Bevin, known for his
anti-Zionist sentiments, is no
longer opposing partition .
This may sound doubtful to some,
but there is no question about it
in the ranks of Zionist delegation
at the United Nations is not play-
ing anti-Zionist politics behind
the scenes of the General As-
sembly One high Zionist
leader conferred with Creech-
Jones this week on very im-
portant matters resulting from
the UNSCOP report Present
at this meeting was only one
other person: Fanny Holtzmann,
the internationally know lawyer,
an American-Jewish woman who
has distinguished herself as ad-
visor to a number of govern-
ments .
from the U. S. after the war
$75,000 When inter* fi
the ship carried about Won n
sengers" whose passage 'wT E
yielding
atrherateo7$r5TeachWaS^
a total of $210,000 .
, country and the
Amber" runs 450 pages, weighs will undoubtedly profit hand-
17 pounds and will last for 118 somely bv commercializing her
li pounds ana will last lor no somely hv commercializing ner
Sam Goldwyn, Jr., 21-year-old I minutes on the screen. David art uoon the American public
of the topranking producer. Raskin, who composed the music j desoite her questionable war
been signed as an assigned for -Laura," turned out the score record.
06VI1 Mfiocn *,--< "' ,.-~.e*-- iui uuufu, btuiftcu vw. ra gww, rCCorci.
producer for the J. Arthur Rank ln ejght and one-half weeks to i However, let ore of her own
on, Sammy Jr. prob- scl a record in Hollywood tot a
ably will be assigned to work at major picture. He worked from
Two Cities Studios. He or.ly re- 7 a m l0 j a m eVery day to
ccntly returned from England i nu.et a deadline which permit
after a six-month training ses-!20th century-Fox to finish the
under Sydney ("Seventh pit,ture in llmc for an October
Veil") Box, Gainsborough stucios 29th ruleasc
While the average picture's mu-
Menahcm Pressler, 18
Pali stinian pianist, who
tlie MGM album of music from
Metro's Paul Henrcid-Kathenne
Hepburn "Song of Love," will
make his first American concert
.. sic seldom runs more than 60 min-
'yCar a h 'utes of the tolal Plavin8 tlmo-
recorded Raskm-S scort. for foreuer Am-
ber covers all except 16 minutes
of the film. Al Newman, 20th's
musical director, has finished re-
mencan concert, i00-piece
tour in IM^-Hc'llpay ou orchestra. The recording took
concerts with the Philadelphia
Symphony Orchestra alone, plusiiniee weeKS# #
,1 otier symphonic dates. | Gn)Ucho Marx_ lhe eyebrow
,. and impudence man whose comic,
CBS playwright-director-pro- sla(.t.alo QUcnos havc bucn {klb.
ducer Norman Corwin is mulling and _
a bid from the United Nations to .
ShOW will subject members of the stu-
dio audience to the same brash
technique in his new ABC broad-
cast, "You Bet Your Life," which
will have its premiere on Monday,
October 27. It will be a weekly
half-hour participation show.
Contestants whose mental agility
most nearly matches that of the
comedian with the painted mous-
tache and the seedy frock coat
for worldwide distribution
dramatizing the UN General As-
Bembly as a "town meeting" of
the nations of the world. Norman,
who is currently here in Holly-
wood, has expressed interest in
the idea. The possibility is seen
that the series might be aired in
i i J, S. via' the CBS network,
beamed overseas by the UN
rtwave facilities, and copies
countrymen exoress his reaction
to ber sin Bin a enericcment in
Miami. Said Mr. B. K. .Tervell in
the Miami Herald of recent
date:
"... Her visit here on Octo-
ber 30. I do not think will inter-
est Norwceian-Am"-:rnns re-
ga'-dlnec n' her rrncnificrnt voice
Art. science and music mav be
International, but in thi* case.
we Nnrweeian-Americans have
and Mrs. Flacstad-.Tohansen's af-
and Mrs Flanstad-.Tohansen's af-
fair* in Norwav during the war
"t>ev were Hitler's friend- and
beriehorl themselves hv millions
of dollars tvrough this
"'r other words, thev were
traitors to the Norwegian gov-
ernment ard nation. That is the
reason why we Norwegian-Am-
erican* do rot accent her, regard-
lss of her musical talents."
P'lbllKh.rt
'v'v Priday lnr 1W>
hv Thf J.wljh Florirtin t 190 N F
siyth Strt Miimi 1B Flnrlria En
of the'platters shipped through-[ will receive the largest winnings
out the world for airing by local
. tations.

The success of "Gone With the
Wind" in its current fourth time
around the nation's filmeries has
revived producer David O. Selz-
nick's idea of converting it into a
Broadway musical. With the film
this vear outgrossing its 1942 rec-
ord.'Selznick is talking seriously
(f staging the musical.
Although it ii not definitely
,,, it that author

Georgic Jcssel, 20th Century-
Fox producer, who has just com-
pleted the Tyrone Power film
Nightmare Alley," will play his
first night-club date in many
ears, having been signed for
January at the Copacabana, Mi-
ami Beach, Fla., for $12,500 week-
ly. George has previously taken
sabbaticals from his producing
chores for personal appearances,
but heretofore hi turned down
nitery work,
surscript.cn rates'"'"
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Volume 20
Number 42
Fridav October 24, 1947
CHESHVAN 10, 5708
ZIONIST STRATEGY: The ques-
tion that is uppermost now in
the minds of Zionist leadership
is: "What if the U. N. General
Assembly postpones a decision
on partition without rejecting
it?" The Jewish "General
Staff"composed of members of
the special political committee
elected at the last World Zionist
Concress and of Jewish Agency
leadersis now in continuous
session in New York discussing
this question There are two
concrete suggestions One
group advocates the proclama-
headed by David Ben Gurion,
which should take over the area
marked bv the UNSCOP major-
ity for a Jewish state, immediate-
ly after the British Mandate is
terminated by the United Nn-
ions The other group pro-
poses that after givine up the
Mandate, Britain should be ask-
ed by the Jewish Agency to re-
main temporarily in Palestine,
'ut not to interfere in immigra-
tion matters Free from the
obligations of the Mandate,
British authorities in Palestine
need no longer guard the shores
of the country, if they do not
i to do so Some work in
sounding out the British on the
second proposal is being done
quietly And strange as it may
seem, the Palestine Laborites
are more in favor of this proposal
than of the immediate establish-
ment of a Provisional Jewish
Government before the United
Nations has said its last word on
the partition issue Interesting
data is given in a secret British
report on 25 "illegal" immigrant
hips intercepted in Palestine
waters during "-e past year .
Seventeen of these ships were
either owned or operated by
'hree Greeks and one Italian .
The profits which these four
have made are tremendous .
As an example the report cites
thf case of the American surplus
corvettt tjiui, which wjA bought
JEWS IN MUSIC: The role which
Jews play in music in the United
States can be best seen fan
"Composers in America" )
Claire R. Reis, now published br
MacMillan ... The book is not
only a who-is-who in the world
of American music, but also gives
complete data on the composi.
tionspublished and in manu-
scriptby each of the listed 350
composers The volume omits
composers whose major works
are operettas, or musical come-
dies, or popular songs Thus,
one will not find there anything
about Irvin Berlin, Harold Rome,
Sigmund Romberg and others...
But the book opens with a biog-
raphy of Joseph Achron ..
And one will find there much
about Abraham Wolfe Binder,
known for his Jewish liturgical
music Not to speak of names
like Ernest Bloch, Leonard Bern-
stein and others, all the way to
Efrem Zimbalist who is the last
listed composer because of the
fact that the names in the volume
are given in alphabetical order
. Mrs. Reis emphasizes the
contribution which foreign-born
composers living in the United
States have made to the growth
of musical activity in America..,
She says that music in America
became richer during the past
decade when many of the great
European composers had to leave
their native lands because of per-
secution These men, after
settling in the United State.
have added to American muse
culture and in turn they na
been influenced by Amencffl
life A record of the worts
written by foreign-born compos-
ers who are now living m tte
country is. therefore, included a
the book, in order to give r. *
curate picture of music
America today. .
Jewiah Quiz Bos
Question: Why is a Kohen f
scendant of the priestly f#
of Aaron) prohibited from It*
ing the cemetery or being in H
same room with a deid perw
ATi.^rrr: The origin of this pro-
hibition comes directly from to
Bible (Leviticus 21:11 wh'
written: "There shall none *
himself for the dead antooj
his people." referring to*
*-*Th" JftJSttS
striction is not difficui jU)u
enV when we reali^S
monIfe8 !Svm wffS*3
Chapter XLVII wnn v\^
that in ancient times rt to*J
days before one could ent
wnctuary after "*5JS
with a dead boaV ^
being closely and con^J
ciated with the ^^
thus forbidden to come "
with objects hat 'J^
them from entering ^e sa
where theyjvorked^^
Regatta Feature of
Causeway *****
More than 500 boa hf^
pocted topart.cpae^^
questa Regatta. aR^enba^
Crandon ^\^J l^
Causeway "Pen,ng
Bi^cayi*
jofja*
Nov. 9-H
The event, in ,
set for the flrrt dj^Jjj
s being directed bj a ^j
headed by Alex BjH^oj
of the Miami Cham ]tfc
merce. The commit^ tortc*
s^AubsiSn
and outboard ciu
a^rst big boating ^ >
'all and ^"%farea^!l
type of craft m the ar fi^
ticipate. Faces ins. deli#
follow a marneiUSp0Ufl^
first stream of uto P
ipan.


MDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1947
L^ist Youth Commission
[raining Session Oct. 29
JRabbi David Raab of Ft. Laud-
Lalc Wiii be guest speaker at
fce third of five lectures designed
train young men and women
lead Young Judea clubs, spon-
Led by the Zionist Youth Com-
mission. The talk will be heard
the office of S. A. Goodman,
Lrman of the commission.
abbi Raab* topic is "The Pro-
tani, Us Aims and Develop-
lAbe P Gannes, director of the
lureau of Jewish Education, will
Kak on The Program and the
gem be r (Educational Tech-
laues)" on November 5. Last of
ie series. November 19, will be
, example meeting of a Young
udea Club, when questions that
lay arise in typical meetings will
handled by two former Young
idea leaders.
All those interested in taking
ie cour.-e or leading a Young
udea group arc to contact Miss
[oris Albin at Mr. Goodman's
[fice, 5-0443.
ureau Provides
transportation
I The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
jon has provided for transporta-
jon for 35 children to and from
lebrew School on Mondays and
bursdays. To Beth David from
fee southwest elementary schools
fed tn the Miami Jewish Ortho-
jpx Congregation from the Coral
lables Elementary school. Mr.
km Weissel picks upt he latter
foup; the others are taken by
us.
[information may be obtained
calling the Bureau, at 3-5858,
| was advised.
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Utility Tax
With
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City Manager
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m., at the home of Mrs. Anna
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Beach.
Dr. Blinn is a graduate of the
University of Miami, and re-
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A short indoctrination talk will
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PAGE SIX
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HUDAY. OCTOBER 24,
134?
E&atbCji Zwitman to
Roply to Smith
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
speak from the pulpit of Temple
Israel Friday evening in a special
sermon addressing his remarks
to Rev. Everett Smith, of the
First Christian Church. Rev.
Smith, in a recent church sermon
publicized by the Miami Herald,
attacked the Buckley Bill and
Jewish extremists. Another
statement attributed to Dr. Smith
said efforts to "brand all Anti-
Semites as psychopaths," were
called a "brazen attempt at
thought control" because "it
Anti-Scmiti-m can be defined as
insanity" then one of our basic
liberties, free speech and free
thought, is imperiled, and the
lives of all who would be inclined
to criticize any Jewish activity
would be in jeopardy."
Rabbi Zwitman's topic will be
"The America of Colu:v.bus vs.
The America of a Local Colum-
bus Day Sermon."
Rabbi Zwitman, in correspond-
ence with Rev. Smith, extended
the use of his pulpit for a reply.
Professional Division of Ha-
dassah, Miami Beach, will meet
Monday nigh! at 8:30 o'clock at
the Miami Jewish Community
Center.
Mrs. H. C. Moser, third vice
president of Miami Group of
Hadassah who is attending
their 33rd annual convention in
Atlantic City at the Hotel Am-
bassador. Other delegates from
the group are President Mrs.
Joseph Carp and Mrs. Frank
Kline, second vice president.
Ate -iv
honpltftl IbkI we.
Governors Attend
lh- MiamiFour state chief execu-
lives already have accepted Gov.
Millard F. Caldwell'i invitation l
to participate in the dedication i
of Dade county's new Crandon
Park and Rickenbacker Cause-
way, Nov. 9-11. Charles P.
Crandon, chairman of the board J
)f county commissioners added
that several other governors ad-
vim | they are making tentative j
plans to be here for the event.
Acceptances have been re-
ceived from Gov. J. Strom Thur-
mond, South Carolina; Gov. Wil-
liam M. Tuck, Virginia; Gov.
Ralph E. Gates, Indiana, and
Gov. Fred J. Aandahl, South
Dakota.
<]>9HMpM1 ^t V* f*
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Phone 2-7439
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Inc.
GENERAL INSURANCE
BONDS LIFE
Phone 58-9538
350 LINCOLN ROAD
i
Can 58-27925-0584
FREE ESTIMATES
B'nai B'rith Girls and Coronet models combine talent and beu-
ty in vocal contest to be held at Sholem Lodge Second Ami
4_ll_______ D-..<.. nnrl nanre tav rirlnkn. 1C -. ,1
SUtfB ^ !::.'".- '">.
,n apartment building Are escape.
ABRAHAM SAMUEL TEITELBAUM
Operator of th< Hun I arlcw hotel.
,lled su.l.l.-nly Wednewlay aften.....n
II.- had resided here neyen years, com
liut orlrlnally from N'ew Vorli i It)
Survivors im-iudo his wife. I"-' >; .. '
son, Harry; daughter. Jessii-s Belle, i
of Miami: :i brother '"'
RlMera Mrs Henrietta Prutchman and
Mrs. Sadie Walil remains were sent to Ni l'ork ( lt>
by the Gordon Puni ral Home i
vices ami Interment.
Yiddish Classical Hour
Celebrates Anniversary
Yiddish Classical Hour will
celebrate the completion of six
months on the air with a special
program this Sunday featuring
recordings of Moishe Kusewitzky,
Warsaw cantor; Ychudi Menu-
hin, violinist; and Larry Adler
the harmonica virtuoso. Morris
Nasatir is director of the program
which is broadcast over station
WINZ every Sunday from noon
to 1:15 p. m.
iy in vu"i "" ---------_--------" ;3= "^""a Annul
Halloween Party and Dance, Sunday, October 26, al the Frolic
Club. "Miss B'nai B'rith" will be selected at the benefit affair
ar.d will receive as first priie an audition with Barry Darii'
All-Vet Orchestra. In photo, left to right are: Miss Jerry Gold.
Barry Davis. Doris Klein, Debbs Chapter, and Miss Slevie Nee
son of Winx Chapter. Miss Gold and Miss Neeson are Coronei
HARVEY'S
ReAtaulcuit
720 W. Flagler Street
Phone 3-9159
DELICIOUS FOOD
AT-
REASONABLE PRICES
Luncheon and Dinner
Closed Tuesday.
r w^ *...,,,,,
[painting"]
DECORATING
INTERIOR EXTERIOR
Licensed Botnlr.i Afp'oi c.i
GRAND CONCERT
SPONSORED BY THE
JEWISH PEOPLE'S FRATERNAL ORDER
SUNDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1347
at 8:30 p.m.
1410 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
CENTRAL BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PROGRAM
MARCEL CHILAND ........................ Operatic Tenor
ANYUTA MELICOV ..........................At the Piano
ALBERTA HOLSTEIN ........................-Voted Celhsi
TAYS........................Concert Pianist and Monologut
ALL PROCEEDS GO FOR THE
Rehabilitation of the Jews in Europe.
ADMISSION $1.00
(TAX INCLUDED)
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We guarantee a Better Whiter u>ash than anywhere in town.
Your clothes are Carefully assorted in the Right Way.
We use the Purest soap available.
Only 100% Soft Water is used for washing your clothes.
We double u>ash your clothes.
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VUlt Our ram at
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"ALL MY CUSTOMERS WANT
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leach President, AJC To Give Address
-*
rn.\JC
iCiVCM
nr David S. Andron, president
lf ,he Miami Beach Hebrew
Icademy, '" be *uesl sPeakcr
I u,e first regular meeting and
Cembersl ip tea of Miami Beach
Ranter Women's Division of the
Wicari Jewish Congress. Tem-
Iip Rclli ShoU-m has been chosen
fS place and October 27 at
I id n in. as the date, according
t Mrs Murray Turetsky, public-
lv chairman. Dr. Andron will
liscuss current happenings in the
|jfj. concerning the Palestine
^President of the group, Mrs.
Luis Glasser, will speak on "De-
sign for Survival"; and Member-
ship Chairman Mrs. Alfred Les-
ser will present the membership
campaign to be carried through
with the slogan, "Three for One."
The program has been arranged
by Mrs. Lewis Julien.
Hospitality chairman is Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman; Mrs. Arthur
Treister will arrange the floral
and table pattern, and Mrs.
Mickey Michaels will direct serv-
ing of refreshments. Mrs. Lee
Meyer, Mrs. Max Freidson, Mrs
Benjamin Feld, Mrs. Herman Le-
vitt, Mrs. John Soifer and Mrs.
Bertram Thorpe serve as host-
esses.
Jar Association
Installation
B,,,i c en will be installed as
Inside: I ol the Miami Beach Bar
^ at their second an-
nual installation banquet, tenta-
Ively planted for the Copa Ca-
I November 10.
(Other officers are: Jack A. Ab-
[x,tt, first vice president; David
p Cal nan, second vice presi-
dent; Haioid Zlnn, secretary; and
Libert M Lehrman, treasurer.
Darm-I P Galen, Vincent Gib-
kin and Moi tague Rosenberg will
lc third class directors, repre-
jenting members with more than
H ,, ,| practice. Second class
Bireeto ven to fifteen years
kractice, are Charles Cleveland,
I Spaet and Harry Zuker-
njik. Fnsi class directors, who
E;,k, office with a maximum of
vei yeai are Kenneth Oka,
lack Rosen and Paul Weitzman.
P'nai B'rith Ball
Features Contest
The Armistice day costume ball
|an.; carnival of Coral Gables
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, which cul-
ninate I membership drive,
nil be in Tuesday, Novem-
er 11. Dr. Leonard M. Glick-
(tein, president, announced.
Cleverest costumes will be
warded.
First innual membership drive
imoker is also planned by the
group for this Tuesday, 8 p. m.,
at she Coral Gables Women's
flub. 1009 E. Ponce de Leon Blvd.
sports movies, games and re-
i ents headline the pro-
gram.
Oscai Sii dell, newly appoint-
ed membership drive chairman,
|will outline the campaign, re-
portin preliminary arrange-
nents ol his committee to cover
oral Gabli i the West Miami
p Dr. Clickstein is to de-
- the gold memorah em-
fclems and Egyptian parchment
fcrolls thai will be awarded to
he top scorers in the drive.
GULFSTREAM ADDS SEATING
Gu'lfstream Park, with an ex-
tension of its terrace section, will
increase the seating capacity of
the beautiful mile race course by
an approximate 1500, according
to James Donn, president, and
Fred Capps, superintendent of
maintenance. This will bring
total seating on the grounds to
about 11,000, with comfort as
well as beauty keynoting the
track.
A wide awning over the
mezzanine floor is also to provide
additional shelter for racing
patrons, while adding a new
I eauty to the cantilever grand-
stands, only pavilion of its type
on the American turf. The winter
season gets underway on Decem-
ber 1.
LEGAL NOTICE
THECOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
, ,, ,. N0- 19897
in Re: Estate of
DANIEL BERLINER
.notice to rnimiTORT-*
'" '>"' I:;'1!""* '""' A" Persons Hav-
"U. Maims or Demands Against
Haul Estate:
nnTwl,i.a?^each .of .>"" """e hereby
noMfleil and required to present any
ejalma and demands which you, or
eitner ol you may have aKulnt the
estate of DANIEL Berliner, de-
\'"A.T",'"' ,','f S4S bounty. Florida,
I- the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, county
1 "It- of liailo County, and file the
-am. ,,, his office In the County Court-
louse in I lade County, Florida, within
i-ii calendar months from the date
a the first publication hereof. Said
la ins or demands to contain the leical
ddress of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid.
or same will be barred. See Section
ISO ol the 1933 Probate Act
Date, October 30, A. H 1947
JOHN K. PoRTE, As Executor of
the Last Will and Testament of
.lMx"iVNH,:,l,H,-K":UUXKK' D"~*
JACK A, ABBOTT,
Attorneys for Executor.
I" 24-81. 11/7-14.
ASHION SHOW SCHEDULED
. Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Cento,- has scheduled a
membership tea for November 3
tu take place at the home of Mrs.
P. L. Mintzer, 510 Lakeview Dr..
Miami Beach. Fashion show by
glargaret Newman, well-known
Besigner, will provide the enter-
[tam.T.i nt.
1 Chairmen for the affair are:
; Arthur Klein, Mrs. Sam
, ; and Mrs. Clarence
Co!
LEGAL NOTICES
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DATE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 112501
M.MiY RICHMAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
VAX STANLEY RICHMAN,
1 tefendant.
To: MAX STANLEY RICHMAN, I960
Daly Avenue, Bronx, New Fork
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
ille your appearance In the above
styled cans.- for divorce, on or i>.-
fore the 22ikI day of November, 1947
Dated this 23rd daj of f* toberr 1947.
E. B. LEATHER MAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
, By: M c GREEN,
(Seal) Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney.
327 Calumet Building.
Miami. Florl.a
10/24-31. 11/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
11 business under the fictitious name
1 Woc.w.n APARTMENTS at 4213
Sheridan Avel....., Miami Beach. Kla.,
intend to register said name with the
lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HELEN WILEY.
BLVIN J. WILEY.
.fl u n. ,./7^.,x,A TRAUBR-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslsned, desiring to engage
.11 business under the fictitious name
if PHoTo ARTS at ISM 20th Street,
Miami Beach, Florida, intend to regis-
..ir the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County, Fla.
PHILIP A. FELDMAN.
(ii'.oRCE TRENCHER.
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicants.
1204-1205 Paciffo Building.
la 24-81. 11/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY I1IVEN that
i he undersigned, desiring to engage
ill business under the fictitious name
a ALEXANDRIA HOTEL at 7-9 N.W.
Second Street, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Ul.irs HOLLAND.
LEO SHEINER,
1204-1208 Pacific Building,
attorney for Julius Holland.
10 :'( SI. 11,7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
id., undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STADIUM GRILL at l..... West
Flagler Street. Miami, Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court nf Dade Countv, Fls
COLMAN PONT
LEONARD PONT.
10/24 SI, II 7-14-21,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of "RICKEY'S OF NEW YORK CITY"
t c 0 CLUB 22, 2200 Park Avenue,
Miami Peach. Fla Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit i 'oiii t of l lade i 'ounty, Floi
NETTIE DEFENi ',
Sole Owner.
HAROLD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Applicant,
I in.24-31. 11/7-14.
Mayfair Bridge Club
MlMI BEACH
,C'N u,0 ON THE acEAN
HUSBCR BRIODC
.."""i HTKCHMMON
Al. ROTH, n'RrCTDR
Phone 4C-2717
TROPICAL REALTY
Homes. Apartments,
Lots. Business
Opportunities
1731 S.W. Eighth Street
Phone 9-0629
(ON THE TRAIL)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
NO. 112352
EMORY HEARS,
Plaintiff,
MONICA KING HEARS,
Defendant.
Von. MONICA KING MEARS, Ma-
nor Cottage, Otterbourne, North Win-
chester, Hants, England, are notified
to file your appearance in the above
cause for divorce on November 17,
1947, otherwise a di cree pro confesso
will be entered against you.
E B. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dated: October i-. 1947.
(By) ft C. (1REEN.
i S.a 11 Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
10/17-24-31. 11/7.
WILLIAM W. (BILL)
CHARLES
For CITY COMMISSIONER
War
Veteran
Naur.
Miamian
Forme*
Assistant
City Attorney
Vote For .. CHARLES
AND 2 OTHER GOOD MEN
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ROKEACH
A

BORSCHT
DELICIOUS HOT or CHILLED
BEET
SOUP
I ROKEACH tSONS^NV,
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslgneil, ileKlrlng to enuage In
liusiness under the fictitious name of
HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE at 2206
s.y\. 2.th Avenue intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MYLKS II PKRMlOTH.
SOL KRONEN.
BEN KRONEN.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
,ir.n?y for Appllcanto.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
III business under the fictitious name
v ,t-' ".*; .' HEAT MARKET, at 363
N.W. 14th St. Miami. Kla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
he t Ircult Court of Dade Countv Fla
DAVE MiWY
Sole i Hvnc.r
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
/- tjorneys for Apllicanl.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,____ NAME LAW
-NOTICE IS IIIOREKY (ilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I,, engace
in business under the fictitious name
?f,^l,'V>'"l-KI': CLEANERS *
LAI NDRY at 119 N.W. .'ifith St
Miami, Ela., Intend to register Sil|.l
name with the clerk of the Circuit
< ourt or Dade County, Florida.
GERTRUDE 8TEINGOLD
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. 8Ie OWner-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
*... NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
"} .".*,?? 1),".'1"" "" fictitious name
f MAGIC CITY SPECIALTY CO
at 1150 S.W. 26th Are., Miami, Fla,!
I'i ?.. '? r.-Kist.-r said name with
the (lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
....., MAl'RICE HRAI'NSTEIN,
WASMAN, SILVER \- SAKOWITZ,
,,.,-.t'I.r.n''yH r,,r Applicant.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in liusiness under the rictitioun name
of RED BIRD Fool> MARKET at
!!833 Bird Road, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ALBERT BARON
HARRY I.,ETZMAS "*
Attorney for Applicants.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of COMMUNITY BENDIX LAUNDRY
at 49 N.E. 14th Street. Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ARTHUR ZWBIOENTHAL,
__. ___ Sole Owner.
FRANK SOLOMON,
Attorney for Applicant.
10/10-17-24-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of R. & R. MOTORS, at 930-944 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT J. REESE.
A. C. RIDOLF.
FRANK SOLOMt iN,
Attorney for Applicants.
10/10-17-24-31. 11 7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BLACKSTO.NE PHARMACY AND
LUNCHEONETTE at 83U Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv.
Florida.
MAX WOOLF.
RAE Wool.K.
SHIRLEY WOOLF,
Attorney for Applicants,
10/10-17-24-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HOUSE OF NOVELTIES at 923-
925 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida,
Intends tu register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAX GOLDSTEIN.
Sole Owner.
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant,
Congress Building,
Miami, Florida,
10/10-17-24-31. 11/1.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
>f SCREWBALL RESTAURANT at
J200 Northwest 27th Avenue, Miami,
Florida Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
f Dade County, Florida.
JOHN WILSON.
SAM HOROWITZ.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ,
Attornevs for Applicants.
1/26 10/3-10-17-24.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
->f JACK THE WEAVER at 2426 N.E.
Second Avenue. Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JACK W. OREESON.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ.
Attorneys for Applicant.
S/26 10/3-10-17-24.
_Sl1
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^VJGUST BROS RYr
_________LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 19693.
In Re: Estate of
CARRIE COLDFARB,
..___ Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Uemands Ag-
Agalnst Said Estate:
Y"J< ,an notiried unil required to present any
calms and demands which you, or
either of you, may have aaalnst the
estate of CARRIE coi dfarb. de-
ceased late of Miami, Dade County.
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTu*
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office In the
i..',""?,.y ''""rtliouse In Hade Countv,
Florida, within eight calendar months
wmJ'"*aI'-'ii'- ". ."" "'"' Publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforesaid, or same will be
Probate Act. f ,he ,93*
Date, October 14, A, i> 1947
lSte (nKeE8te
I,utd^dl1IIn!nbach =
As of the Last Will and Pestamenl
_____ ARM. Dec, ased.
THEODORE .1. BAKOWISZ
Attorney for Executive*.
10/1,-24-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
___ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREP.v GIVEN that
the Ullilerslgne.l, desiring to engage
S 'BfiJVHB '""'.''' t,u' fictitious name
> ,,' o1-,,;;1 WATCHES, at 33'.i
Se>ls,ld Building, .Miami, Florida, lit -
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAIL BELENKE.
FRANK SOLOMONf^ "Att"
Attorney for Applicant.
I" 10-17-24-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BAYSIDE HOTEL Rooms at s.'.u
Commerce Street, Miami Beach, Fla,
Intend to register said name with
Hie Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK SIEGEL.
, it' SE SI EC,EL.
10/3-10-17-24.
in Tin: ciucutt rnrriT of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
I.N AND FOR DADE ColNTY.
FIXRIDA. in CHANCERY.
No. 112058
ORDER OF PIBLICATION
n Re: Adoption or a Minor Child,
HARCIA CAROL LII'TON.
To: DAVID I.lPToN, 9104 Avenue A,
Brooklyn, New York.
Yon are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the Petition
for the adoption of a minor child,
HARCIA CAROL UPTON, by Louis
Freeman on or before the 311th day of
October, 1947, otherwise the allega-
tions of said bill will he taken as con-
fessed against you.
Done and Ordered this 1st day of
Oct..he.-, 1947.
E B LEA THERM AN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By M. C. GREEN.
. Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit court Seal)
GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF.
Solicitor for Petitioner.
10/3-10-17-24.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in huslness under the fictitious name
of NEW ERA HYDROPONICS at
2491 S.W, 17th Street, Miami, Fla.,
intends to register said name with the
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK N. WEST.
HARRY DIETZ, M* ^"^
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Building,
Miami, Florida .
10/10-17-24-31. 11/1.
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 16370
Re: Estate of
EDWARD SAXHORN HICKEY,
Deceased.
Notice of Intention to Make Applica-
tion For Final Discharge.
notice is hereby given that
we nave filed our final rejiort and
petition for Filial Discharge as Exeou-
tricies of the estate of EDWARD SAN-
BORN HICKEY, decease,I: and that
on the loth day of November, 1947,
we will apply to the Honorable W. F.
Blanton, County Judge of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as
Executricles of the Estate of Edward
Sanlioiii Hi, key. deceased.
This Mli da) of October, 1947.
FLORENCE HICKEY McNALLY
MILDRED HICKEY HURLEY.
ROXANNA HICKEY O'CONNOR.
MARX M. FEINBERO.
Attorney For Executricles.
10/10-17-24-31.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
NO. 112194
ROSE HOFFMAN,
Plaintiff,
VS.
LEO C. HOFFMAN,
Defendant.
NOTiCE TO APPEAR
TO: LEO C. HOFFMAN,
c/o Hotel Emerson,
166 West 75th Street,
New York, N. Y.
Yon arc hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before November i'', 1947, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint III be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be'published once a week
for not less than lour successive
weeks in The Jewish Floridlan, a
newspaper published in Dade Countv.
Florid ,.
Hated this 9th day of October, 1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By M. C. GREEN,
ICC. Seal) Deputy Clerk.
MILTON a. FRIEDMAN,
AtUtrney-at-I-aw,
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida.
10/10-17-24-31.
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PAGE EIGHT
*Jmisl^ncrldiain_
FRIDAY. OCTOBER* ,

20 Candidates
Vie For 3 Seats
Twenty candidates will com-
pete for the three seats open on
the Miami City Commission in
the elections on Nov. 18 and 25.
Aspirants include present Com-
missioners Fred Hoseu and James
A. Dunn, both seeking re-elec-
tion; H. Leslie Quigg, former
police chief; Dr. Ralph B. Fergu-
son, former commissioner; Ran-
dolph B. Bailey, who ran unsuc-
cessfully in 1939, and W. W.
Charles, former assistant city at-
torney.
Others are Jame.- \V. Burnside,
merchant; John L. -Manny, con-
tractor; Jimmie Gannon, sales-
man; Edwin E. Waller, secretary-
treasurer of the CIO state coun-
cil, and Joe Shepherd, salesman.
Also, Stephen Szabo, electrical
shop owner; John C. Johnson,
dental technician; Beverly D.
Benson, retired garage operator;
Rinaldo I. Warfield, credit adjust-
er, and Henry A. Huyward, re-
tired federal agency worker.
The six high me:, in the elim-
ination primary on .Nov. 18 will
enter the run-off on the 25th.
Four-year teams will go to the
two men with the highest num-
ber of votes in the run-off; third
high man will serve two years.
The man receiving the top vote
in the run-off is usually named
as mayor for the next two years.
Present Mayor Perrine Palmer
jr., high man in 1945 and elected
to a four-year term, would con-
tinue as commissioner.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Removal of FEC Tracks
Charles' Platform Pledge
lor the removal of the
Florida East Coast tracks and
and fr< Ight --tations
from the downtown business area
to alleviate traffic congestion and
provide more off--1 <-t parking
were promised by William
W. Chai l< S, city commission can-
didate.
"I will seek to enlist every pos-
sible agency and every possible
influence for removal of the
tracks from the business area,"
les said, "and 1 will endea-
vor to convince the railroad that
it should construct a new and
an I itecturally beautiful passen-
ger station in a suburban area.
"The freight warehouse of the
FEC should be torn down and
the ground on which they now
stand should be made into off-
street parking areas for the bene-
fit of downtown merchants."
Charles, a Navy combat vet-
era:, of World War II. has opened
campaign headquarters at 6024 N
W. 7th Ave.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington. Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff:
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday < veiling services at 5:30.
Saturday morning services at
:30 o'clock, intermediate serv-
ices for teen-agers B a. m.; Junior
services lor elementary schooi-
age children at 10 a. m. Both
services will oe conducted by the
children, followed by Kiddush
and refreshments served by Sis-
terhood. Mincha at 5:30 followed
by Shalos Seudos sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. Moms Wachholder.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sun-
day. Hebrew school daily, Mon-
day through Thursday, 3:30 to
ti:J0 p. m.
Beih Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
Friday evening services at 5:30
Saturday morning services at 8:30
o'clock." Rabbi Rackovsky will
preach on 'Who Will Be Our
Heirs'.'" Saturday afternoon, 4:30,
Mincha services followed by Sha-
los Seudos. Program talk on
Zmiros, Rabbi will speak on the
Portion ol the Week. Followed
, by Maanv services. Weekday-
services 7:30 a. m. lollowed by a
class m Mincha. Evening serv-
ices 5:45 followed by a class in
Jewish laws and custom and
Maariv services daily.
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S. W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services, AZA
Sabbath, 8 p. m. Saturday morn-
ing, 9 a. m. Robert Joel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, will
become Par Mitzvah. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Hebrew school.
3:15 to 6 p. m. daily.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor
Abraham Behrman.
Friday evening service at 5:30
o'clock. Saturday morning, 8:30
o'clock. Junior service at 10 a.
m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on
"The Promise of the Ages Come
True." Mincha 5 p. m.. followed
by Shalos Seudoz. Rabbi will
speak on the "Weekly Portion of
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the Law." Sunday school 10 a.
m. Daily Religious School, J.30
to 6:30 p. m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
N. W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Services Friday at 6 p. m. Sat-
urday, 8:30 a. m. Frederick, son (
, Mr. and Mrs. Frank R.
Schwartz, will be Bar MltZVS a1
>t-30 Sunday school registration,
1U a. m. Hebrew school daily-.
Mondav through Thursday, 3.30
to 6:30 p. m. Student services,
Saturday. 10:30 a. m-
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at
o'clock.' Saturday morning at 9
o'clock. Rabbi Lehrman will
preach on "The Weekly Portion
Of the Law." Bar Mitzvah of Nor-
ton Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Herman. Junior Co
gation at 10 a. m. Mincha at 5
p. m. Shalos Seudos at 5:15.
AZA-BBG Service and breakfast
Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, j
Guest speaker will be George J.
Talianoff, director of the Anti-
Defamation League. Sunday Re-
ligious School 9 a. m. to 12 noon.
Hebrew Religious School. Mon-
day through Thursday. 3:30 to
6:30 p. m. Pre Kindergarten
school, Monday through Friday
mornings, 9 to 12 o'clock.
Liberal
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evning service at 8:15
o'clock. Rabbi Kronish will m < ak
on "Politics and Religion." Sat-
urday service at 10:45 a. m Can-
tor Kelemer will render musical
portions of all services.
St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman;
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emer-
itus.
Friday night services, 8:15.
Rabbi Zwitman will preach on
America of Columbus vs. Amer-
ica of a Local Columbus Day
Sermon." Saturday morning serv-
ice, 11 o'clock. Double Bar Mitz-
vah of Barry John, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jasper S. Cromer, and
Wayne Ernest, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold G. Tobin.
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. Rab-
bi David Raab.
Friday services, 8 p. m. Rabbi
Raab will conduct services and
preach on "Jewish Leadership vs.
Jewish Ladder-Ship." Sunday
School at 10 a. m.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood,
Fla. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening service at 8:15.
Rabbi Kaufman will speak on
"Jew and Arab" Saturday morn-
ing at 10 o'clock.
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elected Paul Kulick, ExeS
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Educational Alliance n/H
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National Asson^? ?*
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rice Grossman, Executt ^*
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214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins and
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Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
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PAID POLITICAL AOVCITI9EHENT <
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A VOTE FOR
ROBERT L. FLOYD
IS A VOTE FOR
GOOD GOVERNMENT
Floyd Stands For-
Giving the City Manager form of
government a chance to prove in
worthiness.
Elimination of internal strife and
cliques in our city government.
A sound budgeting system to enable
the taxpayers to trace the spending i!
H Jkx -, [w his tax dollar.
M The City-County Consolidation Pro-
gram to increase governmental opera-
tion. .
Reduction of juvenile delinquency oj
establishment of evening recreate
centers for 'teen-agers.
An immediate program of streets, sidewalks and sewers.
A sound and aggressive administration
'It is incumbent on every good citizen to do hit P"rI """.^
ROBERT L. FLOYD-
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RE-ELECTFRED W.
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A man whose name you know.
A man whose service you know.
to ad-
A man whose sole aim has been to
vance and support projects which benefit
the people of Miami.
on the W
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Commission is your guarantee of his c
ued performance.
You can trust the old name.
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MDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1947
* Jewish JfkriJtor)
;0S And Census
.isted As Projects
Sy Women's Group
Delegates to the Conference
L Jewish Woman's Organiza-
tions Erst time yesterday at the Na-
Uonal Cardiac Home to discuss
he Suppiii-s for Overseas Sur-
y0rs c inpaign and the new
Jewish population census proj-
L. which ihey have recently as-
lumcd. Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
|rs presiding.
Management of the local SOS
fcmpaign has been turned over
L the group by the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation upon the
Tecomnii'iiilation of Mrs. Monte
Llig fallowing her attendance
L the national SOS conference
n New York recently.
Reports from half of the 29
Organizations represented were
liven at this meeting, Mrs. Mey-
\n explained, the rest to re-
Lt at the next quarterly gath-
ering. State representative B. B.
Gautiei of Tallahassee spoke
fbout ci -nsolidation of Miami
n-ith Dad- county.
Plans of the Conference in-
clude a tour of local institutions,
he Cardi ic Home heading the
list.
Mrs. Claire Weintrub was in
lharge.
Robert L. Floyd Miami
Resident Since 1925
Robert I. Floyd, candidate for
City Con.mission, has been a Mi-
imi resident since 1925. He at-
tended Miami elementary and
University of Florida schools and
holds LL.B. degree, Washington
pollege of Law. He served during
he War as special agent with
he FBI in cities throughout the
United States and is now a prac-
|icing attorney.
Other activities include lectur-
t, Miami Police Academy; an
krganizer and member Board of
Directors, Miami Police Boys
flub; associate counsel, State
Velfare Board.
Local Y Prepares
Aged Programs
Growing awareness of the emo-
tional and recreational needs of
the aged citizens of our commu-
nity has led the Miami Young
Men's and Young Women's He-
brew Association to organize a
recreational-educational leisure
time program for this age group,
according to Leon Kaplan, "Y"
president.
"Efforts will be made to enlist
the cooperation of other interest-
ed organizations," %Mr. Kaplan
said, "in order that a commun-
ity-wide aproach may be made
to the problem." It is anticipated
that the programming will be di-
rected toward those 60 years of
age and over, with the expecta-
tions that they will very soon
be able to plan and carry through
their own organization and pro-
gram ideas.
Plans now being laid for the
program including speakers, dis-
cussions, musical and literary
programs, quiet games, and sim-
ilar activities, including refresh-
ments. Emphasis will be placed
on participating rather than spec-
tator programs.
Inquiries from interested or-
ganizations and individuals
should be directed to Maurice
Grossman, executive director,
Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A., 1567
S. W. 5th St., Miami, it was ad-
vised.
PAGE NINE
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Outdoor roller skating pro-
gram sponsored by the YM fc
WHA of Miami Beach at 1 Lin-
coln Road which was to include
every Monday and Wednesday
evening, will be held on Wed-
nesday evenings only, itarting
at 8 p. m. Skates are available
at no charge to members of the
"Y"; non-members must pay a
small fee... A juke box is being
used as background music.
Your Complete Department
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Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th It
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's rfcw Ap-
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70 E. Flagler St, Miami
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PRODUCTS AT YOUR
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Weiners
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Miami, Fla., Oct. 17, 1947.
EDITOR, JEWISH Florioian:
The proposed European inspec-
tion tour, sponsored by the Fed-
eration reminds me of our con-
gressional "junket" tours at pub-
lic expense. What can they add,
that is already not known to the
Jewish public of the misery of
Jewry in Europe and conditions
in Palestine (especially on a
three-week trip)?
I thought our local Federation
belongs to a National Federation
Council? It looks silly and a
waste of money for every indi-
vidual community to send dele-
gations for inspection tours. It
will react unfavorably to the com-
ing Federation campaign.
Sincerely,
H. SOOTIN,
230 N.W. Second Ave.
ALLENBERG RE-ELECTED
Unanimous re-election of Abe
Allenberg, Boulevard hotel, as
president of the Miami Beach
Hotel Owners Assn., was made
by the board of directors of the
organization.
Stuart Moore, King Cole and
North Shore hotels, and David
Andron, Pierre hotel, were also
unanimously elected as vice-
presidents. Ed Singer, National
hotel, is treasurer.
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Present Grand Concert
Jewish Peoples Fraternal Or-
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Sunday, October 26, at 8:30 p. m.,
at the Central Beach Elementary
School, 1410 Washington Ave.,
proceeds of which will be used
for the rehabilitation of the Jew's
in Europe.
Program includes Marcel In-
land, operativ tenor; Anyuta
Melicov, pianist; Alberta Hol-
stein, noted celist; and Tays, con-
cert pianist and monologist.
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PAGE TEN
Civil Rights Council
Studies Minority Problem
Serious local civil rights and
minority group problems were
considered at a meeting of the
Dade County Civil Rights Coun-
cil yesterday at 8 p. m. at Unitar-
ian House, 1616 Brickell Ave.,
Miami, according to an announce-
ment by the Rev. Joseph Barth,
president. Discussion on intensi-
fying the Council's cooperation
with President Truman's Com-
mittee on Civil Rights followed.
Gilbert J. Balkin, associate di-
rector. Florida Regional Office,
Anti-Defamation League, serves
as con-responding secretary of
the Council. Other officers are:
Hcnning Heldt, vice president;
Garth Reeves, recording secre-
tary; and George Wolpcrt, treas-
urer.
Formed in 1946 by a number
of local community organizations,
following the attempted resurg-
ence of the Ku Klux Klan in the
Miami area, the Council has the
following objectives and pur-
poses:
1. An affirmation of the princi-
ple that there are basic human
rights and freedoms accruing to
every individual, regardless of,
race, creed, color or national ori-
gin.
2. The defense and protection
of civil rights as granted by the
Constitution of the United States
and amendments thereto.
3. The development and projec-
tion of :i broad range constructive
educational program working to-
ward the implementation of the
pr< i ling two objectives and the
prevention of prejudice, discrim-
ination and occurrence of inei-
in which civil and-or hu-
rights are invadi I
JEWISH CONSUMPTION RELIEF SOCIETY
TO EMPLOY TUBERCULAR MOBILE UNIT
Jewish Consumptive Relief Society has pined <* *"
County Tubercular Association and the heath department n
County Eubercular Association and the health departeien^ n
employing a new mobile X-ray unit for the detection o eariy
signs of consumption. Members of the society_and theeir friends
will take X-rays at Lincoln Rd.
and Washington Ave. during the
"JCRS days," October 27-29. ,
Chest X-rays are made free of j
charge while applicant is fully
clothed.
Announcement of the new unit
was made by the president. Mrs
William Levine, at the society's
recent membership luncheon and |
fashion show, at the Robert Rich-
ter hotel. Mrs. Levine urged that
as many as possible avail them-
selves of this opportunity to check
for early signs of tubercular
germs.
Work of the organization in the
past has been to provide morale
and some forms of relief to con-
sumptive patients in local hospi-
tals. Mrs. Levine explained. They
have also sent Miamians to the
Denver Consumptive Home ol
which they are an auxiliary.
However, corrective work is not Held In New York
sufficient, she added, and thus the
mobile unit will be utilized.
Those desiring additional infor-
mation or unable to be present on
the days mentioned arc advised to
contact caso chairmen, Mrs. Har-
riet Dinnerstein. 6-3973, or Mrs.
Louis Rosenthal, 5-7872.
"Zionist Day-
Balfour day will become
"Zionist Day." Sunday. Norem-
ber 2. and all Jews of Miami
Beach will be asked to join
Iheir Zionist district. This plan
was announced at a meeting
of the programming committee
last Monday night by Jack D.
Burris. president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District. Special
services will be held in all the
synagogues the preceding Fri-
day.
Other plans considered at the
committee meeting included
series of forums, lectures, and
monthly membership meetings.
Mischaloff Services
Regular Junior Congregation
services will be held at 10 a. m.,
Saturday, at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Kiddush will
follow, seryed by the Sister-
hood.
Funeral services for Meyer
Mischaloff, 70-year-old father of
Moses Meschcioff of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob, who died at his
home, 711 Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach, last Thursday, were held
at the Riverside Memorial chapel
in New York City, on Friday.
Rabbi Lazar Schoenfeld, Father-
in-law of Rabbi Mescheloff, con-
ducted the ceremony.
Mr. Mischaloff was a retired
manufacturer of electrical equip-
ment who came here five years
ago from New York. His body
was flown there the morning
after his death. A large attend-
ance, including the deceased's
entire family, were present for
the services.
LILLIAN DURRANT'S
41st Street Flower Shop
423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 5-7527
FLORAL FASHIONIST
In Complete Wedding Service
Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels
SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WE DELIVER
Workmen's Circle
Delegates To Report
A report of delegates attending
the Southern Conference of
Workmen's Circle, held in New
Orleans recently, will be ren-
dered to branches 692-92-Y at a
banquet on Sunday, October 26,
6 p. in., at their Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Those who wish to make reserva-
tions are advised to call Mrs.
Leon Elkin, 5-1317. The Wom-
en's Club 692 are sponsors of the
affair.

13 YEARS
of Distinguished
! iilii i* Service
To All the People of
Miami
RE-ELECT
JAMES A. DUNN
To The
Miami City Commission
"Lets Get the Job DONE with DUNNI"
SUPPORT HIM AT THE PRIMARY, NOVEMBER 18
GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 25
>*IO POLITICAL AOVIHTiacMCNT
1-7I0S.W. 120. AV. MIAMI-,
Lia. jljoij
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME'
W OfFIOAUY KffcSWT
THE MAJOtlTY Of NNTNUM
KWBMION.MKS
lnlo SUVINC MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
2*
IOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
Pioneer Women Observe
Balfour Declaration
To celebrate the thirtieth an
niversary of the Balfour Declara
tion, Pioneer Women's groups of
Miami and Miami Beach will en-
tertain in the patio of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Saturday,
November 1, at 8:30 p. m. Mrs.
J Z; Stadlan, JNF chairman of
Club No. 1, will preside.
Ra,tfbi Leon Kronish will dis
cuss the topic "The Balfour Dec
laratjon and G'ulath Haaratz."
Samuel Cohen of the Merkaz in
New York will speak on "Jew-
ish Y6uth and Jlretz Yisroel."
Also scheduled for the eve-
ning's entertainment are Miss
Marion Cohen, coloratura so-
prano, and Labor Zionist Youth
Habonim, who will present sev-
eral Palestinian songs and dances-
Group singing and refresh-
ments are to climax the evening,
Mrs. Stadlan stated.
Closing sessions of the Beer
Industry of Florida, meeting in
Jacksonville Saturday, found
three Miamians elected to of-
fice. Jo* I. Davis is vice presi-
dent; Harold Cohen, treasurer;
and Sam Blank, director. Tom
Dailey of Tampa was named to
succeed H. W. Hitt of West
Palm Beach as president.
Attending the 33rd annual
convention of Hadassah at the
Ambassador hotel, Atlantic
City, October 24-28, for the Mi-
ami group, left to right. Mrs.
Frank Kline, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Joseph Carp, presi-
dent; and Mrs. H. C. Moser.
third vice president.
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EDWARD T. NEWMAN
funtr&l Director
AST. K;SeNUER(3, IreMu.r
In New York:
76th St. atd Amsterdam Ave
194?
Candidate RaS^J
To Personal R**^
Randolph B. "nan.> .
business man candidate fa?9
Miami city commission in"fjS
last night, pointed to hbfiS
as a successful civil in ord
sales and technica cxecu^
a business man asTw^
index" to his abilityV?**
all the people 0I mIJ,, T
candidate, a 2- ,< L ^
voters study the quaiiSuLfj
you.believe be,t %*+
Bailey invited attention tn tk
fact that Miami* a BZ e
million dollar municip,f
ration;" that the city LmT"
sioners serve as the arJJt
rectors and the city manager
general manager.
"Each of us understand that
sound business principles m
be used in the administration ol
our corporation." the candidate
continued. "We cannot spend
more than our revenue. Be hon
est with yourself in the selection
of the men who will guide the
destiny of your city during fte
coming two years."
EXCLUSIVE
MIAMI BEACH
REPRESENTATIVES
ol the
nation-wid* CAA-Apjmrej
AIB AMBULANCE SERVICE
with nun* and doctoi Mtrici
if carded.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIE
Rabbi S. M. Machtel Director
01ympia Building Phono 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, Mi"*1
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shei hmt*
For further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5933 or 9-1434
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8BHVINO TrlB JEWISH COMMUNITY
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B^CTOBER 24, 1947
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JGE DANCE TO
lEMISSB'NAI
[|TH ON SUNDAY
Lants tor the title of "Miss
Jn-rith will sing at the
L annual Hallowe'en Dance
lied by Sholem Lodge,
n-nt'-' Sunday evening,
hpI o6 at the Frolic Club,
fore Place and MacArthur
l*fr'of the vocal contest
Edition With Barry Davis
I' ,,. hestra, and receive
Engraved certificate from
L Lodge President Sam
I ;, was announced by Mil-
V Fn,. man and Marx Fein-
j,,., men of the benefit
1 Scheduled to appear in
Ijnil round of the song com-
lon are Miss Jean Bromberg,
f Doris Klein, Miss Florence
Lprt and Miss Stevie Nee-
Len 0f the Debbs, BZB,
1 and Il; chapters of the
jB'iith Girla will act as host-
jdressed in original costumes
bed by the girls. A portion
L procei Is will be allocated
Irds youth work and Vet hos-
fservice programs.
Ljn(t with Feinberg and
Jman oi the arrangement
t|ttee are: Mrs. Tena Katz,
tdent SI lem Lodge Wom-
|Chapti i Mrs. Abe Arono-
|Mrs. San Silver, Mrs. Jean
fcman and Mrs. Nat Strauss.
nc Weii kle is chairman in
ie of games and entertain-
iand will 1" assisted by Sid-
lAronovitz. Dan Satin, John
Icnfeld and Abe Aronovitz.
Itrics for the vocal contest
[till open and ladies may reg-
at the door Sunday night.
lets arc available from B'nai
|h members or at the Lodge
bs, 330 Seybold Building.
jjrmal Gatherings
\ Hadassah Members
order to familiarize Miami
|h women with members of
rii Bcac1 group of Senior
issah, the organization is
ninglo hold a series of in-
lal "get-tog 'there" at various
etc homes the last week of
Ibcr anil t! first week of No-
fcer, Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
prnan of the membership
nittee, announced. All those
k'tcd in ; 'tending or bring-
I friend advised to call
Morns \\'(ilfc, 5-0276; Mrs.
I Blank. 5-1573; or Mrs. Louis
6-2016.
Miami Attorney
Presents Views
On U. \. Session
"Better than the World Series,"
was the comment of Isaac Joffe,
Miami attorney, referring to his
presence at the United Nations
Ad Hoc Committee on Palestine,
October 2, at which Rabbi Abba
Hillel Silver "pleaded his case
magnificently." Mr. and Mrs.
Joffe were spending a two-week
vacation in New York City at
the time of the Committee meet-
ing and the. world-shaking base-
ball contest.
Having obtained passes from
a friend who he identified as Jan
Masaryk, son of the late Thomas
Masaryk, Czechoslovakian liber-
al leader, and head of Czecho-
slavakia's delegation to the U.N.,
Joffe spent a "thrilling hour"
next to Rabbi Irving Miller of
Far Rockaway, L. I., vice presi-
dent of the Zionist District, who
commented on Rabbi Silver's re-
port as the "most comprehensive
statement on the Palestine situa-
tion that I have ever heard."
In direct contrast, "It was a
farce!" was the Miami attorney's
description of his visit to the
September 30 plenary session of
the General Assembly, at which
Yemen and Pakistan, "two more
enemies of the Jews," were ad-
mitted to the U.N. "Russia and
the United States did every-
thing," he continued; "all the
rest were like puppets."
It seems that the 35 guests of
the Ad Hoc Committee on Pales-
tine, however, were really kept
well informed on world affairs.
A Palestinian citizen, Mr. Joffe
reported, came in during the
hearing to announce that the
Dodgers were winning, 5 to 0.
UNVEILINGS
A memorial to the memory of
the late Philip G. Blank will be
unveiled in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery, Sun-
day, October 26, at 3 p. m.
Unveiling of the memorial of
the late Regina Pinkus, Sunday
at 1:00 p. m., will be held at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David Synagogue will conduct
both ceremonies.
. A memorial to the memory of
Abraham I. Orlansky will be un-
veiled at 11 a. m. Sunday at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery, Rabbi Murray
Grauer of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation officiating.
Arrangements for the unveil-
ings are under the charge of Sid-
ney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument Co. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
Young Judea Girls
Select New Officers
First meeting of the girl's
Young Judea which met at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center re-
sulted in the election of Judy
Holczer as president, according to
Miss Lucille Yogada, leader of
the group. Other officers are:
Myrna Morton, vice president;
Joan Furman, secretary; and
Marilyn Bloom, treasurer.
The group, which meets every
Tuesday at 7 p. m., is filled to
capacity, according to Herbert
Zuckerman, educational director
of the Center, but if sufficient
girls between the ages of 11 and
13 are interested, an additional
leader will be provided for a new
group.
MIAMI BEACH
Better Class Listings On
Oceanfront Properties, Hotels,
Homes or Investments
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868
"Trustworthy Servles"
MIAMI STATION WAGON SHOP
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"STATION WAGON SPECIALISTS"
2253 N.W. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 9-2341
HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES
Conducted by
* BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION
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
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CITY COMMISSIONER
RAN" HAS
10 IN MftMl
THAN 21 Y
LIVED IN MftMl FOR
MORE THAN 2* YEARS
HE IS A SUCCESS IN THE
BUSINESS WORLJJ AMD NOW
CAN DEVOTE fe 3?' THE TIME
NEEDED TO ^\ "OLD AN
OFFICE .^MOFPUBLIC
SERVICE fflsssLsssVXlN MIAMI.
"SEfrBUSiNESS FIRMS AND BY THE
HE IS THE DIRECTOR
Of THE S. E. BRANCH
OF FLA. CHILDREN'S
HOME SOCIETY. HE
TAKES GROUPS OF
s, NEEDY KIDS
/f ON REGULAR
f0.rk OUTINGS.
THE KIDS
CALL HIM,
?UNCLE RAN"
| -bu:,ineSS FIRMS ANO BY Tl
CITY CIVIL SERVICE DIRECTOR....
> BLIND VETS TO OBTAIN
PEEJNG-EYE DOCS WHEN Ft
JJ'D IS NOT AVAILABLE.....
|VET PROBLEMS TO BE
A CITY CLEARAN
NCfEASEol
|0PpoRrw<(7gjl
vet*
TO
"RAN" STANDS FOR:
EQUITABLE TAX ASSESSMENTS; THE
MINIMIZING OF NEED FOR ADDITIONAL
TAXES' CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT IN
THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM; EXTEND
THE WATER SYSTEM; AND SEWAGE S/STEM,
- riJ? CITY MANAGER MORE POWER IN THE
r \JEZJZS" CITY DEPTS, REMC^ OF
DOWNTOWN IUt TACK (netpt to Port FoclHt.M.)-----------
Sing, israel
By Dr. Z. 7. SABSHIN
Sing freely, Israel, now
After your so long a grief;
You are achieving your vow
History writes your new leaf.
Sing, here passing is your pain,
As U.N. your place is finding;
It makes your dreams not in vain,
Holy Land for you is grinding.
Dancing, too, now you can start
Triumph with your nation's song;
Hatikvo comes from your heart,
Surely now it is not wrong.
Sing, end your homeless wander,
For centuries of disgrace;
U.N. truth well does ponder,
Creates your own land, own
space.
Ereth Israel, people's feel
Even partly as your state,
All your bleeding wounds can
heal,
Sing, here comes your happy fate.
Dance as on Simcath Torah
In your home you are to settle;
Sing, from Thilim to Temporah
You are winning Zion's battle.
SAMUELS IS NAMED
Judson A. Samuels, former
Chicago lawyer, has been ap-
pointed instructor in law at the
University of Miami law school.
Samuels has his B.S.L. degree
from Northwestern University.
Others added to the law school
were Miss Harriett French, Rob-
ert Meisenholder, and Carl A.
Warns, Jr., according to Dr. Rus-
sell A. Rasco, dean of the school.
Enrollment has reached a new
high of 531 students.
Murray G. Cohen discussed
the Marshall plan and the ap-
plication of the Truman doc-
trine for the Miami Elks lodge.
Wednesday evening. Cohen, a
certified public accountant, has
contributed many articles to
various magazines on interna-
tional economy.
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Call 4-0335 or 78-3878
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Auto Glass Installed --- Furniture Tops
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DESPITE HIS
CRIATfO HIS
YEARS MO
WHO IS ST1U CAUE0*limt UiSAR"
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FIRST FILM ROll MARLY TWIHTr
4J WM
EDWARD WAS MM IN IUCHAMST IN MM, All
BR0U6HT TO THE U.S. AT TW AM OHO. fROM
CHILDHOOD, HIS ONIY AM8ITI0N WAS TO M
PART Of THF THEATRE,AH TOWARDS THIJfcOAl
HE ATTENDED COLUMIIA UNIVERSITY AM TW
AMERICAN ACADEMY Of DRAMATK AITS.
THAT vtAR, TWO IMPORTANT CVWTS OCCURRED.
FIRST, MMM STARRED IN "THE tiWWf. A
PI AY WHICH M NAD CO-AUTHORED. SECONDLY, Hi
RECEIVED AN Off( FRQM HOLLYWOOD WHICH
WON HIM OVER TO MOTION PICTURES.
THE FtAY WAS A HTT AM WnTr^ONiTS^
MMM TO (EM ItfftMtt OF mSHL
* i9i9. AFttAM m 'mm w off?**
jAMJCM AW KUAM? EVERY YEAR mi
"AT THE YOUTHFUL A4I OF TWISTY. MNMN MA* HIS
DEIUT, WNIU HIS FAMXY WAITED ANXIOUSLY FOR TNI
CRITKS TO OUtt THE fUTURI Of THE jjjHMj STAR.
WNU WORLD WAR II MMI.ROW
SON RtMEMKREO NIS OWN NAVY
DAYS NUN THE FIRST WORLD
MLB ANI CONTRIWTED 1100,000
TOTHIUSO'ASASMAUDOWN
PAYMENT ON TE nilVttlSl W
Mh an American:
AS THE CREATOR OF'MUt'ROlES ROW-
SON WAS TOPS. Hi SOARED TO FAME
ALMOST IMMEDIATELY THROUGH SUCH
YEWCICS AS 'OUTSIDE TW LAW," "LITTLE
CAiSARfAHD'"flVF-STAR FINALf
TODAY, AT TW AM OF S*,W ITU HAS MM
MXOSWAirUl.AHlSMlORNUI
m A WJUfTY OF CMAAACTEUUTIONS.
Fair Return of Taxes
Urged by Ferguson
A more suitable return to Mi-
ami of taxes paid to the state is
being advocated by Dr. Ralph B.
Ferguson, independent candidate
for the city commission.
Dr. Ferguson, a resident of Mi-
ami for more than 24 years and a
former city commissioner, is
planning a study of legal means
to receive back from the state
a larger portion of the millions
paid into tiie state treasury an-
nually by Miami and Dade coun-
ty.
"Many states pay back as high
as 16 per cent to the municipali-
ses,"' Dr. Ferguson stated,"' and
n seems that Miami should re-
ceive a higher proportion than
. ill the city is receiving today.
The actual kick-back to Miami
at the present time is a meager
(>6 100 of one per cent."
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Nomination of officers of
Beth David Synagogue will
take place on November 5, as
announced by Louis Heiman,
president of the Congregation.
Election is scheduled for the
first week in December.
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