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The Jewish Floridian ( October 31, 1947 )

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It ST OF 900,000 mm ABB AVAILABL E FOR MXSPECTtON AT JEWISH FLORiDIAN lie\wiislh-IEIIiDipidliiaun i Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^ME 20 NUMBER 44 FEDERATION TO HONOR OVERSEAS LEGATION AND KEYMEN'S CLUB More than 400 members of the Keymen's Club of the xeater Miami Jewish Federation, a group comprising those who iok a major part in the organization's fund raising campaign jst spring, will be honored together with members of the oranization's overseas mission at a reception next Sunday afterat the Hotel Columbus. *" MIAMI. FLORIDA, OCTOBER 31, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS ioon delegation consists of! f^Qj\ PrODertV drs. Monte Selig, chairman of he special gifts section of the Vomen's Division in Federation's |947 campaign; Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach lewish Center; and Max Orovitz, To Be Returned BERLIN, (JTA)—A law providing for the return of Jewish and other property illegally onorary president of Federation^ geized dud ^ ^ j Herbert Scher, chairman of the fead f implementation The eymen's Club, will preside and vill distribute Keymen Certificates and Pins to some 200 men jid women whose efforts in the ast campaign earned them this kcognition. Speakers will be Stanley C. Myers, chairman of he Federation's 1947 fund-raisng campaign; Joseph Rose, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association; Abraham joodman, representing the United lewish Appeal, and Jacob Sher, president of Federation. In announcing the send-off reeption, Mr. Sher said that the |roup was making this flying visit study conditions in Palestine ^nd Europe in preparation for he 1948 drive of the Federation which will be launched next January. They plan to leave Miami donday for New York, then fly Irom New York November 5th or Paris. Their itinerary takes hem to Poland, Czechoslovakia, Vienna, Italy, Germany and Palestine. The delegation will repirn to Miami early in Decemer. Hostesses for the reception include: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, its. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, 'iJrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. A. B. Meyers, Mrs Nathaniel Levin, Mrs. ilax Dreyer, Mrs. Herbert Scher, its. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Ed. J. reinstein, Mrs. Harry Platoff, Urs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Max )rovitz, Ms, Irving Lehrman and Kiss Pollv Gershon. lexico To Permit Naturalization of Jews MEXICO CITY. (JTA) — A group of Jewish refugees fron Europe who came to this county on tourist visas have been nade eligible for naturalization, t was revealed here. They will Mso be permitted to accept employment which they were not flowed to do formerly. [The government's decision, Jianded down by the Ministry of F !" Interior, followed appeals by Jewish leaders representing the >"nt Distribution Committee. decree will be promulgated either later this week or early next week, as soon as it is signed by Gen. Lucius D. Clay, American commander in Germany. The measure, which will apply only to the American zone, represents the failure to secure agreement on legislation covering the British and American zones. The AMG reaction to the British order of last week, instructing all persons to register property in their possession which was obtained on racial, religious or political grounds, is that it is the first step towards a British restitution law. It is pointed out, however, that there is no indication when such a law will be forthcoming, and the AMG sources believe that nothing definite will be done until the international situation—meaning Palestine — is clarified. Bi-National State Problem Reported Shaping Into Compromise Solution PARTITION SUB-COMMITTEE STUDIES MANDATE TERMINATION, TRANSITION LAKE SUCCESS — (JTA) — The United Nations sub-committee on partition, anxious to reach an understanding on the major issues involving partition, decided to hold informal closed sessions to discuss, primarily, the question of when the mandate should be terminated, who should be the transitional authority and the duration of the transition period. The first such closed session j* was devoti d almost exclusively with regard to the length of the to an exposition by Moshe Shertransition period and the time tok, Jewish Agency political chief, ; limit for termination of the manon the boundaries of the Jewish state. Using a blackboard, Shertok outlined the parts of Palestine in which the Jews are particularly interested and explained why it is imperative that Western Galilee and other sections of the country be included in the date, nor on the question of the U.N. administration of Palestine during the transition period. He urged that in order to speed up the work of the sub-committee, the body be divided Into two working groups: One group to work on recomlcie s agreed to a native program and time fcflt f r the day The meetfc*? th >' Directors was held last Em rv y night at the Federals,, ufIlc e and was presided over Krw"! 1 Ka P lan Chairman of the Piratic.,, Budget Sub-Commitn Local Agencies. In presenting the plan for the hearing, Mr. Kaplan told the Executives that it was "a democratic step forward in our budgeting process and great benefits will accrue to the community as well as to the agencies involved." Victor Garvey, Secretary of the Budget Committee, said that the time schedule would provide for an average presentation period of 45 minutes for each agency. The presentations will be made in three stages, the first a statement of the agency's historical development and scope of program by its President; the second a deContinued on Page 6) proposed Jewish state. Shertok men dations dealing with the spoke at the suggestion of the Canadian delegate that the informal session start with a discussion of the boundaries. The decision to hold closed sessions was taken with the consent of the American and Soviet delegations, which—although favoring partition—do not see eye to eye on certain aspects concerning implementation of a partition decision. The chief differences center around the length of the transition period and the United Nations authority during the transition period. It is felt that these differences will be reconciled at the informal sessions, thus paving the way for quick decisions at the open meetings of the sub-committee which will follow. The sub-committee is expected to have its report ready within three or four days, to coincide with the conclusion of deliberations by the other subcommittee, which is coordinating the Arab proposals. Herschel Johnson, speaking for the American delgation, emphasized that the United States has not reached any decision as yet Judge Rules Turk Beach Councilman Judge Stanley Milledge in a Circuit court decision awarding Harold Turk the post on the Miami Beach city council now held by Ralph C. Pole, ruled Wednesday that the state absentee, ballot law is unconstitutional. Judge Milledge signed a peremptory writ of mandamus seating Turk and set Nov. 6 as the date for filing supercedeas bond for an appeal to the Supreme court. Judge Millege will set the amount and conditions of the bond If bond is not posted and notice of appeal filed before the Nov 6 deadline, the peremptory writ commands that the canvassing board reconvene and count only the votes cast only on the voting machines as the June 3 election. The decision held the absentee ballot law violated constitutional provisions because it made the use of absentee ballots a matter of convenience instead of a necessity. E F P. Brigham, attorney for Ralph Pole indicated an appeal will be taken. boundaries between the proposed Jewish and Arab state, on economic union between the two states, on public assets—movable and immovable—and admission of the two states to U.N. membership. The second working group to prepare recommendations on partition and independence, on the city of Jerusalem, on the transitional period and constitution, including questions of administrative authority, immigration, formulation of constitutions and implementation. The same group could also make recommendations on religious and minority rights, a declaration concerning the Holy Places, citizenship, international conventions and financial obligations. Questions concerning refugees and displaced persons and the legal basis and authority for the proposed partition, which the Arabs are challenging, could be dealt with by the whole subcommittee following the conclusion of the work of the two working groups, the American delegate said. The American delegation is understood to be marking time in the hope that Britain will agree to remain in Palestine to implement any decision which the U.N. may take on partition. It was predicted that the U.S., while intent on securing approval for partition, will seek to modify the UNSCOP partition proposal so as to make it acceptable to the British Government for implementation. Members of the U.S. delegation indicated to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that they are hopeful that the partition proposal, when modified in certain details, will receive the necessary two-thirds vote at the Assembly. They expressed optimism over the possibility of reaching an agreement with the Soviet delegation on the major aspects of the partition plan. LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — A "compromise" solution of the Palestine problem, involving the establishment of a bi-national state, is taking shape within the United Nations sub-committee studying the Arab proposals to the Ad Hoc Committee, it was learned here. The latest "compromise" is known to have originated with the Colombian chairman of the sub-group, Dr. A. Gonzalez-Fernandez, who is the only non-Moslem on the body. Apparently Lebanon and Iraq have been swung over to advocacy of the proposal. Members of the committee who favor the scheme argue that a recommendation foi a bi?national state rather than a unitary Arab state would place the Arabs in a better light since it would make them appear willing to compromise. It is considered possible that such a proposition could receive a two-thirds majority vote because many "neutral" delegations which are now inclined to abstain from voting might favor it. Also, the proponents of the scheme hope to be able to obtain the support of the Soviet delegation which was originally in favor of a bi-national state. Finally, it is expected that Britain might also support it as a solution acceptable to both peoples and therefore would be willing to remain in Palestine alone during the transition period. Threat Of Arab Troops Subsided JERUSALEM. (JTA) — The war of nerves concerning Arab troop movements on Palestine's borders virtually came to an end this week when several thousand Syrian troops encamped on the frontier were drawn inland on another phase of their "maneuvers." However, crack Jewish scouts of the Haganah are still keeping close watch on the border regions. In Amman, capital of Transjordan. Prime Minister Samir Pasha Rivai said that rumors of Arab troops massing for an attack on Palestine were unfounded and "only damaged Arab interests." The premier said any action on Palestine decided upon by the Arab League would not be carried out while the British administration remained in the country. Reports from Damascus disclose that the movement has promulgated new restrictive antiJewish laws. Jews are forbidden to leave the cities in which they reside and Syrian consuls have been instructed not to issue visas to Jews under any circumstances. Residents of the Jewish settlement of Metula, in Palestine, have been prohibited by Syrian police from crossing the border. •lewish Floridian Used As Text In Local Sunday School Classes The Bureau of Jewish Education has inaugurated the use of The Jewish Floridian in familiarizing the upper grade Sundav School students with current Anglo-Jewish activities Stressing the importance of acquainting the children with local and international phases of Jewish events, A P Gannes director of the Bureau, has arranged for the weekly publication to" be used as a textbook to the classes. Beth David Synagogue and the Miami Beach Jewish Center have enrolled in the plan hv which The Jewish Floridian is supplied to the students at classes each Sunday morning.



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PAGE TWO >Je*isttkridlian^ _PRAY 1 OCTOBER 31, %  v I r \ Former Miami Resident Wed In Huston Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner have returned to their home, at 2835 Prairie ave.. Miam. Beach, after spending the sum mer in Atlantic City. Rosner is the operator of the V.c.or_ hotel on the Beach which will open about December 1. Thejam y has lived in Miami for 15 years and has been connected with the Victor for the past four. • • • Mrs. Lena Rets n of the Pierce Hotel has returned from a summer visit in New York with friends and relatives. • • • Robert Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jacobs 2172 S W 21st St. left recently for the army air corps where he will continue his education. Another son. Alvin, is a freshman at the University of Florida. • • • Dr. and Mrs. Frank S. Cohen announce the birth of a son. Steph Luby, Oct. 22nd at Victoria hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby of Miami. • • • Visiting New York on business, is Nathan Adelman of 1421 N.W. First St. Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman have moved to their new adjacent homes at 4441 S.W. First St. and 4451 S.W. First St. Mrs. Coverman and Mr. Anribuncemenl been made Adelman are sister and brother. by Mr. and Mrs. A. H Lerner of • • • San Antonio. TON.,, of th( Mr Qnd Mis George Wolpert. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen' thai and Mr. and Mrs. Mort Wein have all returned from a vaca'" Mr Aaron G. >i M: : | l0n together in Safety Harbor,, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph SocoMax Gold Miami. Foli ] off( parents 0 f Mrs. Wolpert, are remaining there for some t me. lowing the weddi ber 1-. m Houston, I to Mii mi I" The ersity A daughter, Goldie Miriam, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Max Levine of 216 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Levine is the former Evelyn Tendler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Texa ber oi! Tendler of 220 Washington Ave. D' Ita Phi E| Mr. Goldi i ent of Miami, University memHe serytry Di. n tinEuropean Th i ti r o| operations ar and ,;, i thi broi ze sta" S u Ant Janko-Klein Betrothal :.[. ko announced • to Si %  >' R | Klein at a ,i' M leach, last New York followed 3 .. %  %  g tri] Miss Janko, ol 2982 NW. s merly of Yon %  \ V is a junior at the University of Miami. Hei fianci of Mi. and Mrs. Alexandei %  715 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. A gradui ti B plant. ol. ho is as'. ith Ins fat or in tin hotel business. Mrs. Al Mi. und M We. will become Ba, MlUvah t omorrow B ^l> David Cong J 1 "?" %  The Confirni will address th,^ shippers and R abbl Max Sh Jpiro wj| •Pond A reeep, ion follows the servicen, the social hall. A dinner-dance win ] "in his honor at the Robert Richter Hotel in the evening Out of town g uests here for the occaswn include his brother Cadet William Buddy Weissel who flew here from the Valley Forge Military Academy Waym Pa.; Mrs. Sam % Goldstein of Chattanooga Tenn.; Mrs. J e r r > Lacov, Brook. lyn. N, Y.; Mrs. E Llppman and Mr. and Mrs. J Block of Tal*JS Miss Selma R. Levine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis of 1211 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, has just returned from a three-month vacation in New York, New Jersey and Atlanta, Ga. During August, Miss Lewis attended the Brandeis Camp Institute, Winterdale, Pa., as a delegate from the Young Judea Leaders and Junior Hadassah of Greater Miami Zionist Youth' Commission. She was also present at a Junior Hadassah National Board meeting in New York and spoke at Zionist meetings in Asbury Park, N. Y. While in Atlanta she spoke before the Progressive Club of Atlanta dinner to raise funds for a : Brandeis Camp Institute in the South. Mr. and Mrs. George Adler have returned from an ex-1 tended tour of Central and South America. The trip was a : combined vacation and business tour of British markets. • • • Back from a business trip to New York is Jack Adelman of 383 N.L. 72nd St. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nagir of Chicago are spending a few weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pearl. Mr. Nagir. Chicago representative of the Kosher Zion. made the trip to attend the opening of Flor da Provisions Co., new Jacksonville Kadimah Chapter Opens Season With Musicale Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women's organization will open their 1947-48 season with a musicale and reception for new mem. ers "n November 20 at the Atlantis hotel, Miami Beach. Plans for the affair have been completed by Mrs. Fred Sandier, membership chairman, assisted by Mrs. Albeit Berson, Mrs. Ann Cutler, Mrs. Al Apert, Mrs. Edward Wein.-tein, Mrs. Hyman Sootin. and Mrs. Kurt Lederer, hostesses. Mrs. Sootin is chairman of the telephone committee. Refreshments will be handled by Mrs. Al Ochounoff. assisted by Mrs. Sam Seal and Mrs. Joe Block. Mrs. Rose Melinson is in charge of table decorations and Mrs. Nat Coulton and Mrs. David Washer, guest book. % urdines ,) u tt. I httie 'fa s Htoti. Sport Shirts $098 3 Each We've collected a tremendous number of sport shirts for this event! They're made of your favorite rayon fabrics with lung sleeves, two pockets, convertible collars, in-or-out styles. Washable fust colors. Checks in blue, tan, or green. Solid colors in Sandune, g r e e n or natural. Small, medium, or large sixes in th group. SHORT SLEEVE RAYON SPORT SHIRTS Made of cool, porous rayon challis-weave in the favored in-or-out style. Two pockets, convertible collar, washable fast colors. Natural, Sandune, tan, or blue. Small, medium, or large Sizes in the group. Bureau of Jewish Education provides transportation now for children who live on Normandy Isle and the North Beach area to and from Temple Beth Sholom, according to a statement made by A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau. Students will be picked up at Biscayne Elementary school Mondays. Wednesdays and Thursdays. Meeting of Branch 692 of the men's Circle, will be held Wed nesday at 8:30 p.m. at their Lyceum. 25 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Nomination of officers will be on the agenda. Use of additional classrooms in the Junior High school building was granted to Miami Beach Jewish Center for their' Sunday school students to help alleviate crowded conditions. All students are to report to the synagogue auditorium at 10 a.m. Sunday. Jan Bart, noted tenor, has prepared a special transcription for The Jewish Musical Program of WBAY. Sunday at 10 a.m.. according to J. Schechter, director of the program. Myers Guest Speaker At Hillel Installation Stanley C. Myers will be guest speaker at Coral Gables Jewish Center installation of officers, Sunday, 8 p.m at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Le m Blvd.. Coral Gables. Mr. Myers' topic is "A Decade of Jewish Progress in Greater Miami." David Hendrick, City Commissioner of Coral < tables, is to install Eli Hurwitz as president and Sidney L< wis as vice-president. Other officers include Mrs. Leonard Gliokstein, recording secretary; Sidney Richman,treasurer; Mrs. Sam Liebman, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sam Silvi r, program chairman, will serve refreshments. Peters-Cohen Wed Miss Ida Peti rs and Julius Cohen were united last Sundij at 5 p.m. bv Rabbi Samuel Ma* tei at his home. Both are Iron Miami Beach. The couple is residing now it 926 Collins ave. Miami Beach. She is the daughter of Mrs.Dou Morris. Savannah. Ga. Members of Beth David are urged to be present for nominations of officers for the Synagogue Wednesday. November 5, by Louis Heiman, president of the Congregation. Elections will be in December. Gems chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls, will sponsor an ice cream social and dance at Temple Beth Sholom tomorrow al 8 p.m. Nancy Schecter and Janet Spitzer are in charge of entertainment. Refreshments will be served by Leila Gross, president, assisted by the members. i ''' ,, ''' MiM;-'' w vfl **^~ m?ATT\i ltncoLn MS I (I AGUB ST OPEN iU ;} 11:45 SUNDAV $098 2 BURDINE'I, MIAMI, MEN'S BPOHTBWCAR, STREET TLOOR ALSO AT WEST PALM SCACH Twintieth Anniversary Year UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MOfleSte AllOO, Musical Director Miami Senior High School, 2400 West Flogler EIGHT PAIR SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS NOVAKS RICC1 THAI BEL PIATH.OIISKV MALCIZYNSKI MEMI1IX Kl Hit KIIVMS Season Opens Sunday Afternoon, Nov. 2, 4:10 and Monday Evening, Nov. 3, 8:30 Soloist, GUI0MAR NOVAES Taehaikowftky Symphony No. H < I'mli.-iiq,,,.,_, s ,., Saras. 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frmDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1947 fJen/stiflcricflarj PAGE THREE Jewish Congress Seeks Relatives of nps Believed To Be In This Area of 48 displaced persons A list hose relatives are believed to be jn lh is vicinty, and in most cases •he persona they seek, was rethis week by the Amencan Jewish Congress. This is in d dition to the more than 300,000 name* constantly on file at the Jloridian office. Those bearing pertinent information are urged to contact Local Congress Chapters. To l a l.ibfcld (nee Silberstein) i, seeking Harold Silberstein; Baror. Frania, Victor Cooper; Mrs. sendor Hecht, Izidor Silberstein; Mrs. Lipot Grossberg, Mrs. Charlotte Feher; Ernestine Fichm an. George Lewis; Abraham Kwart, Safer Madcha; Samuel Einhon Herman Drucker; Flora Weinberger, Herman Bleier; Ester Sternis, Summer family. David Einhorn, Nelson Frimeth (nee K;-,: Mor Porjesz, Adolt Porjesz; Rebecca Friedman, Leon Heller; Moiseez Szapiro, Fanny Tribuch (nee Shapiro); Sophia Umanskaya, Grigoriy Goldstein; Libon Zelman, S. Blumenfield; Helena Dubner, Epstein family. Dr. Bernard Birn, Theodor and Emil Fraenkel and Alice; Nuta Natar. JakubowiCZ, Regina Jakubowicz lilurschkorn or Friedlaendd 1 Maria Popovschi, Sava Carol Radoff; Milrat Wolf, Miliut or Milcr Srul and Abram; Emil Hausner, Frank Hausner; Fish 'nil' Rosenwasser) Margit, Klein (nee Farkas Roza); Bergei Dina V kovlevna, Deew Goldschtein; Moses Groner, Jakob Braun; Mrs. Joseph Weisz (nee Rose Friedlander), David Goor/. Erna Alzic, David Moritz and Lupu S lomon; Idel Leib Segall, Luis Segall; Blanca Fisher, Oscar Fisher; Hans (Herman) Jakubowiki, Richard Mendelsohn and Fanny Frank; Abraham Milchman, Jabok Milchman; Mrs. Maurice Scenes (nee Rose Teichner), Mathias Teichner; Miriam Karpel and Chaye Karpel (nee Brouse), Charlie lirou.se; and Fichier Central Juilt. Dr. J. A. Tempelhof. Other.-, seeking family here are: Rozia Recht, Jochewet and Zaja Klajnam, Roszia Weisz, Luba Korman, Anni Katz, Josek Bvercew ky, Bebelel Sitsamer, Isaak Fetig, Sara Prbynsker, Elvira Paneth, Charlotte Feher, Dr. Charles Eszlary, Josef Boman and Abraham Moshe Schwartz. Srvie€ Lfagu< Copa Affair Sunday Aids Y Masaila Chapter Hears Etcporl Following the business meeting Of Masada, young men's Zionist organization, last night at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Mr. Abe Sehafcr reported on "The Absorbtive Capacity of Palestine" and the "Statement of Palestine" by the Government of the United States which was delivered by US. Delegate Herschel V. Johnson at Lake Success, October 11. Representatives of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission appointed to Masada are Jacob M. Getz, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Dr. Jandon Schwarz and Rabbi David Raab. All young men of the community interested in the work are urged to attend their meetings Thursdays at 8 p.m. FINEST SMOKED MEATS MADE FRESH EVERY DAY esale and Retail 1 I "IPS Florida National Kosher Provision Company Phone 3-4225 23C N W Sth Street MIAMI. FLORIDA ^ r _..->IIS S V JOCOURT B aa MIAMI FLORIDA CALLAHAN & STUZIN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AL F RED l. DUPONT BUILDING, MIAMI. FLORID* ANNDUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR MIAMI BEACH OFFICE %  UITE 436-37 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA For Your Shopping Convenience! CORAL WAY KOSHER MEAT MARKET 1711 Coral Way Miami. I la. OPENING Wednesday, November 5,1947 FREE DELIVERY • TELEPHONE PROMISED 1 UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE t,r enter Miami YAAI) Hakashrus RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director One Taste Will Convince You. Too! HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Kosher Canned Chicken Fricassee is tops in quality, outstanding In flavor. Yes, aN the Horowitz-Margareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned tiie rich-tasting, traditional, home-style Jewish way. Economical, too... save work, time, money! PREPARED UNDER STRICT ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. Inc. 690 N.W. 13th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 2-7405 • I •# i



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|w Editorial ISOTHIXV NEW ... The eruption the past few weeks concerning the vituperative remarks emanating from the pulpit of Dr. Everett S. Smith has somewhat disturbed the emotional stability of the local environs. Somehow we cannot get worked up concerning this member of the clergy whose rantlngs the Jewish Floridian has watched for many, many years. A rather bulky file of clippings, statements, correspondence and complaints has been compiled. We remember the boycott started voluntarily by local merchants against a bread company who sponsored the weekly broadcast of the minister's sermons. His preachings and presumably his teachings when caught up with are denied, sidestepped and. as usual dodged. It has been about a year since Doctor Sm th has broken into print in his usual sensation, bigo ted vein. His entree in the local press for this material and the receptiveness with which it is received does disturb us. The inability to pin the meanings of h:s remarks follows the true pattern of these self-styled savious. Rabbi Colman Zwitman's reply and the manner in which the situation was handled by itself deserves commendation. We do wonder about the results. Reverend Smith obtained the attendant publicity and notoriety so eagerly sought. We know the true facts furnished the minister concerning the Jews and their problems will not change his mind, method or attitude. Time and again has this beer, proven. MacVicar Urges Armistice Closing "Between You and MP it By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, !. A veterans committee headed bv Countv Commissioner L i* MacW, which is unng the MU a mi chamber of commeritoask stores to close for Armistice. potato out that !*£ H: alrc* y ^.^ NaUons is a holiday foi u. ployees. The committee ZIONIST STRATEGY: Dade county eraI the Palestine problem, leaders of is desirous of j thc Jewish Agency are working closing business operations for^the I fevcrish]y in New York on preparations for the establishment be paid OFF MY CHEST day so that tribute n av to men and women who served to World War I and II at a special observance 11 a.m., on that day, MacVicar said. Catholic, Protestant and Jewish clergymen will assist. A parade „f veterans organizations and military units is scheduled for l p.m.. the same day. Both events will be held in Crandon Park. Other members of the committee arc Joe H. Adams, J. Martin Deer Arthur DiVincent, Thomas J Kelly, Albert B. Lambert, Max Neuman, Burnett Roth and Shiver. While lion through th,. ages • first five books | n th P '<&. Library rea.gc^Vof^S erature-have now be* W hshed Ti,,v JL /*.!" PbGlatzer Ben WE SAID IT THREE WEEKS AGO ... _, Three weeks ago this column began with the admonition watch the Latin-American countries for U. N. trends on the Palestine question" and concluded with a warning that "it might bo short-sighted poliev to take the view that the ultimate solution of the Palestine problem depends solely on the United States" Sober realism and objective evaluation of the situation demanded that the painful truth be told ... On October 20 the New York Times confirmed OUT ferns in a front page story to the effect that several delegations that were expected to vote for partition had been instructed to abstain and that the Arabs wen ''counting on abstentations. particularly among the Latin-American delegations" Abstentations would mean, that the small but solid Arab and pro-Arab bloc at the Assembly would be abli to wield an influence out of all proportion to its strength ... It would enhance the Arabs' chances of blocking the required two-thirds vote ANOTHER ONE In this column, also three weeks ago, we noted that Washing: %  lecision on thc Palestine question was th result of interferby certain "diplomatic advisors" and predicted that "this dilemma may solved by one man—the new national chairman of the Democratic Party" ... On October 23 PM carried a frontreport that Democratic leadership in Washington was taking re active interest in the PaUstine problem and that it secured a promise from Secretary of State Marshall that the U. S. delegation would push the partition proposal with all vigor The national office of the Democrats Party was also reported to have contacted Mi Marshal] or. the question whether certain professional diplomats in the Near Eastern Division of the State Department had adl vised certain U. N delegations that thc U. S. did not care how they intended voting at the Assembly on thc partition proposal DANGER SIGNALS Zioi ist leaders are firm in the belief that enough votes will be musti red at the Assembly to carry the partition proposal But the 34 to 10 vote by which the Ad Hoe committee approved a resolution to appoint a sub-committee to consider the Arab proposal for and independent Paalestine under Arab majority was a real danger signal, since both Russia and the United States simultaneously lost n a request for despairing ovei the final outcome but it would There is no need for despairing over the final outcome but it would br a grievous error to place sole reliance on the U. S. and Soviet Russia to carry the day when the issue comes up before the Assembly Optimism is a virtue, but in this instance it would be better to sin on the side of pessimism, or caution We would feel better if the U. S. gave the same advice to the Latin-American countries on the Pale-tire issue as it has been giving them on other issues OFF THE SPRINGBOARD Some of the so-called disinterested countries are inclined to support partition on humanitarian and idealistic grounds, but they must reckon with certain ch rical forces now operating against Jewish statehood in the land of the "cradle of religion" Jerusalem will soon become the site of a U. N. office in connection with the international organization's Middle East activities The late Sidney Webb, who beam Lord Passfild while serving in the cabinet of the MacDonald Labor Government in 1929. was the progenitor of the infamous White Paper policy Students of the occult will find it interesting that his death coincided with the imminent demise of the White Paper Ft. Lauderdale Tempi* Doubles Membership Record membership of over 100 is expected for this year at Temple Emanu-El. Ft. Lauderdale, it was announced by Rabbi David Raab at the opening of the season when last year's list of 42 jumped to 96. Plans for the years activities include book reviews on Jewish themes, several guest speakers, discussion groups in the form of "Fireside Chats" at the homes of members, and a Giand Night of Traditional, Lithurgical and Modern Jewish Music, Rabbi Raab said. Rabbinical residence, religious school and an adequate social hall are anticipated by the Board of Directors with the money from the Todd Kaufmann Memorial Building Fund, according to Archie Robbins. president. Temple Emanu-El serves Jewish residents of Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood, and all of Broward County. Union of American Hebrew Cong. Hold Regional Convention, Nov. 9-11 "Achieving Aims of Liberal Judaism" marks the theme of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Regional convention which will take place at the Tutwiler Hotel, Birmingham, Ala., November 9-11. More than 150 delegates from 39 liberal congestions in Georgia, Florida and Alabama, are expected hear Rabbi Alvin Fine, Assistant to the president of the Hebrew Union College, officially open the convention at the Temple EmanuEl Sunday evening. Rabbi Martin I. Hinchin ot Dotham, Alabama, is the director of the Southeastern Council which had its inception two years ago under Rabbi Alfred Wolf, now director of the West Coast Region for the Union. Other highlights of the convention include Miss Helen L. Strauss, campaign for the "House of Living Judaism." who will discuss "The Sisterhood RoadHow Far Hav< We Travelled?" before the Sisterhood session, November 10; and Mr. Mortimer May, member of the Board of Governors of the Hebrew Union College who will address the group at the convention banquet. Miss Strauss organized the Supplies for Overseas Survivors sponsored by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee before assuming National Federation of Temple Sisterhood's Victory project. Mr. Mayis a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Columbia University. Rabbis David Marx of Atlanta, Israel Kaplan of Jacksonville, Jacob H. Kaplan of Miami and Isaac Marcuson of Macon will serve as honorary chairmen! Mr. Mervin A. Blach of Birmingham, general chairman for the convention. Mrs. S. K. Simon of Albany will preside at the Sisterhood business session. Tension Mounts In Palestine JERUSALEM. (JTA>—Tension mounted within the Jewish community of Palestine this week following several days of verbal and physical clashes between members of the Irgun and Haganah. An Irgun communique charged David Ben Gurion of desiring fratricidal warfare and threatened that "he will have it." Among a number of incidents reported were fights between rival groups of leaflet distributors and the abduction of a driver of a truck and the hijacking of the vehicle and its contents. Although the Irgun insisted that its memhave only defended themselves, even to the extent of using arms, it was reported that in Rehovoth extremists beat up a 62year-old man when they invaded his home in search for his son, an active member of the Histadruth. Two members of a Haganah patrol were seriously injured at Rishon Ie Zion, when they exchanged shots with Irgunista who were posting placards. In a similar clash at Nathanya, there were no casualties, although the Irgunists fired several -hots before being dispersed. of a Jewish state in Palestine... Some time ago official Washington indicated to American Zionist leadership that the U.S. would be ready to consider granting a huge loan for Jewish development in Palestine Talks concerning such a loan—but on a larger scale—for the projected Jewish state are now being resumed Secretary of Treasury John Snyder met recently with leaders of the American Zionist Emergency Council and it is understood that the question of a loan was among the subjects discussed The Zionist "strategic board," composed of leaders from all Zionist parties in this country and in Palestine, which is now meeting here in connection with the U.N. session, is determined to press for the shortest transition period possible, instead of the two-year period recommended by the UNSCOP majority On the other hand, this body has decided to take an affirmative stand on the UNSCOP recommendation for economic unity between the Arab and the Jewish states Whether the UNSCOP majority recommendations on partition will get the necessary two-thirds votes at the U.N. Assembly is still a matter of speculation There are ups and downs with regard to this question and it is too early as yet to make any prediction, since the Assembly vote will probably not be taken before the middle of November ... If you Want a clue to sentiment in Palestine regarding the partition issue, watch the convention of the Labor Zionist Organization of America which will open on Nov. 6 in Pittsburgh ... It will be addressed by Moshe Shertok, Joseph Sprinzak, Zalman Rubashov and other prominent Palestinians Berl Locker and Hayim Greenberg, members of the Jewish Agency executive, will also be among the speakers. ... THIS AND THAT: The first volume of the Talmudic Encyclopedia, which is published in Palestine under the editorship of Rabbi Meir Berlin and Rabbi S. J. Zevin, has arrived in the United States Bloch Publishing Company has exclusive sales rights in this country Eleven more volumes will be published The Encyclopedia embraces the background, logic and implications of Jewish law ... It traces both the Biblical and Talmudic sources of each legal problem, coupled with its interpretaguage of Faith, edited b. 2 u Glatzer; 2. Galut by v F > 3. From the Land of shelJ '2 by S. D. Goiter,; 4 Th Lt* Bher.ch._byHenfii£; An Autobiography by Sn "L Ma.mon Sehocken'pubfc attention are "The PharisL ,.1 ^ E r i>'" h y £ u s 1933: A Poem Sequence •'k, Karl Wolfskehl; and %Jl Jews," a pictorial record of S Jews of pre-war Eastern Eurow by Roman Vishniac AS speaking of hooks, we want to draw attention to the "Techninot Yearbook" just published by tin American Friends of the Kebre* Institute of Technology in Haifa The articles are written bi well-known scientists, and tie publishers have every right tobt proud of the Yearbook both fan the point of view of content and production The Jewish Yenbook, published in London, whita contains valuable information Jewish institutions in the Britith Empire, has just arrived in tat country ... It is the first potwar issue Louis Rittenbei editor of Liberal Judaism, is the representative of the Yearbooki the United Sti JEWS IN SPORTS Abe SapersUin in New York City for the Army-Illinois game informed us that he was 20 pa cent farther advanced this year than last year in booking hi famous Harlem Globe Trotters throughout the North American Basketball Circuit Abe is in demand by leading college coaches to help instruct their players in setting up pivot post plays. Saperstein's Trotters feature a double pivot attack that is acknowledged to be one of the best in pro basketball. Consequently the little Chicago dynamo is often consulted to teach this form of offer* Hank Greenberg will undergo an elbow operation, very shortly, to remove the bone chips who hampered his hatting all last season. In the (-v. nt that the surgery proves successful Greenberg,* try another year of baseball V intimates h. %  •. %  uW like to f* his career with the New W Yankees. Rut""' has it that" Boston Brav s „rc willing to* him big money to cavort for W while the Cleveland Indians* willing to sign him for less*# than he has been getting years. +Jeni$fi Ik ridian Published every Friday since 1027 by The Jcwuh Floridian at 120 N E Sixth Street, Miami 18. Florida. En. \£Sr a c ond-clat matter July 4. F, 0, "V"; PoM OMice of Mi "ii Fla. under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian hat absorb**) wI.i,i: V, U „ nl,y %  nd th J ''" weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele. graphic Agency. Seven Arts Featurs Synd.cats. Worldwide New. Servic. National Editorial A.soclat on. Am," can Association of Eng'lsh -Jewish Newspaper. Florid. Pre.. Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Y r 03.00 Om Two Years 05.00 Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sbdh Street Volume 20 Number 44 CHESHVAN 17. 5708 Friday, October 31, 1947 #AlR*fa THE RIGHT TO BUILD AND PROTECT



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fthliavld UMjin This Week [ W)>7n Both David series of late L^ evening services begins te-t 8'5 it will mark the K'-n h vcar that Rabbi Max C,/cpyin 8 the pulpit. K S hta speech "I am Puzn S." Rabbi Shapiro will report hi c recent attendance of the kited Nations assembly session Iwhich Dr. Chaim Weizmann Lentcd the Zionist cause. I^rvices this year will be dediLg ,o various Jewish organ* tion-i in lhe community. Offici With the rabbi will be Can Maurice Mamches. Louis leiman president of the congreItion. juigg Seeks City iommission Post a Leslie Quigg, among the t candidates to announce for Miami city commission race. Iso is the pioneer Miamian of e grouu seeking office. OuiRC has been a Miami resist sine 1900, attending high •hoof here and becoming police ,ief in 1021. He has nought public office beire the last time in a race for ,eriff. In that race, although dented he carried Miami as a 'hole, and 11 of the 12 northwest action precincts. He tied in the relfth. Quigg has long been an ardent ipportcr of recreation and playmnd facilities for children, ving that such facilities offer althful recreation as well as an iterest for idle hands. Ho is thoroughly familiar with iclicc department needs, he lints out through his many years chief of police of the city of liami. mow COUNCIL WOMEN TO HEAR DOK REVIEW AND REPORT As part of the program dedicated to Service to Foreign Born, ifhich follows Wednesday's meeting of the National Council of Jewish Women. Miami section, the Robert Richter hotel at 2 a.m., Mrs. Max Shapiro will renew Bartley Crum's book "Behind the Silken Curtain." A report of the Southern Interstate Conference will be presentI in form of a skit entitled "Way .own Yonder in New Orleans." Mrs. Stanley Myers, Mrs. Nat Williams and Mrs. Harold Rand (take part in the program prepar1 by Mrs. David Catsman. Y Players Renew Little Theatre Group The first meeting of the present season of the "Y Players", Miami YM-YWHA little theatre group, will take place on Monday, November 10, at 8 p.m. at the Y. Ben Essen, Chairman of the Adult Activities Committee, announced that Barry Lipkin has been engaged as Dramatic Director. At this first meeting Mr. Lipkin will cast several one act plays. Production of three-act plays will await the completion of the new building. Those interested in any phase of the theatre including acting, directing, play writing, makeup, lighting, or scenery, are urged to attend this first meeting. Mr. Lipkin will, in addition to directing the plays, give training in acting, makeup, directing, and other phases of the theatre. Mr. Lipkin, a senior in the dramatic department of the University of Miami, has written directed, and produced several oneact plays at the University, and participates actively in the dramatic program there. On occasion, he has substituted for Frederick Koch, Jr., head of the Dramatic Department of the University, in teaching several University classes. Denver Home Group Celebrates Anniversary Program highlight of the Eighth anniversary membership tea of Greater Miami chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be a fashion show presented by the Monogram Center of Miami Beach at the Blackstone hotel, Tuesday, November 4, 1:00 p.m., it was announced by Mrs. George B. Feller, membership chairman. Martha Chase will act as commentator. Mrs. Samuel Kirstein will report on her visit to the Home this past summer; and Mrs. Irving Miller, who presides at the candlelight birthday ceremony, will present case history reports on children who have been sent to the Home from Miami. Mrs. Ben Hertz is program chairman and Mrs. Herman Wronker in charge of refreshments. Models to be used are from the Miami School of Modeling. Members and their guests are invited to attend, Mrs. Feller added. MIAMI BEACH CENTER SCHEDULES FUND DRIVE; TALIANOFF CHAIRMAN Needing $150,000 to complete plans for the largest Jewish house of worship in the South, Miami Beach Jewish Community Center has scheduled a buUding fund drive, December 1 to 15. it was revealed this week by Joseph M. Rose, president of the congregation. George J. Talianoff, trustee of the center, accepted general Architectural drawing of the proposed new structure of Miami Beach Jewish Community Center now being built at 17th st. and Washington ave. Present Center facilities are at Euclid ave. and 14th pi. Meeting of the Miami Zionist District November 6, 8 p.m., at Congregation Beth David, will feature Rabbi Max Shapiro's report of his visit to the United Nations assembly. Hyman Soolin will speak opposing the partition of Palestine and Mrs. Elsa Temple will talk in favor of the plan. K A H _N K MIAMI LI M A N BEACH CCCTKOtYBII ANO RADIOMAT.C SPECIALISTS Superfluous Hair Removed by Multiple Electric Needles ... the only sate and permanent method. 1431 Washington Ave.. Room No. 6 Phone 58-9520 DAVID ROSNER ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THE RE-OPENING OF HIS VICTOR HOTEL On the Ocean at 12th Street Miami Beach SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 30 Spacious ultra-modern appointments presented in an atmosphere refined and enjoyable. Catering to a Jewish clientele desiring the utmost in excellent Kosher cuisine, for which David Rosner is noted, and under whose management the VICTOR HOTEL enjoys its splendid reputation. IOC ROOMS • 100 BATHS • ALL FACING THE OCEAN Victor Hotel Strictly Kosher Dining Room Open to the Public Make our arrangements now 1or special functions m our dining room, catering to organizations., weddings and Bar Mitzvahs. PHONE 5-0041 chairmanship of the drive at the last meeting of the board of directors and trustees of the congregation. Rose added. New center building now under construction on the site extending from Washington ave. to James ave. on the North side of 17th St. will contain a synagogue chapel accomodating 1600 persons. Also included in the architectural plans is a separate building with a large auditorium, social hall, library, youth-activities room, and general congregation offices providing 21 religious classrooms, a kindergarten and nursery rooms. Ground breaking ceremonies took place last year on December 2C at which time outstanding civic and religious leaders paid high tribute to the congregation membership for their leadership in proceeding with expansion plans. Pointing to the significance of the new structure, Rabbi Lehrman said: "Our current religious recreational and cultural facilities are totally inadequate to meet the needs of our fast growing community. To provide proper facilities for the moral and spiritual education of our youth it will be necessary to complete our new building as soon as possible." Chairman Talianoff announced that committee division heads will be appointed at a meeting of the board of directors Sunday. George J. Talianoff. Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, has accepted the general chairmanship of the December building fund drive of Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Plans are to raise the present fund of $300,000 to $450,000 to complete present construction. tALEX DRUCKE MUSIC TEACHER H I All Instruments—Reasonable % Instruments Furnished Free! % Phone 2-4303 I 433 N.W. 12th Avenue %  AAA. A A^^^e*.~A WANTED!! CHICKEN CUSTOMERS HELP KEEP PRICES DOWN! YOU CAN NOW BUY Berman Poultry famous for quality and reasonable prices throughout the the country. Over one half century direct at — White Rose Live Poultry Market, 87 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Roosters 2 9c Hens 3 9c Pullets Broilers Fryers ...45c (PLUS BBRVICB CHARGE) All poultry live slaughtered when purchased only by the same shocked dally. Don't let our prices or rumors deceive you as to quality and Kosher. We are under strict supervision by well-known Rabbi —see for yourself. PHONE 54118 Or^PfJLm ROKEACH rl **$\ / B0I BORSC DELICIOUS HOT r BEir SOUP orCHULtD BROOKLYN H V. fAKINOOir RE-ELECT—FRED W. H OS E A A man whose name you know. A man whose service you know. A man whose sole aim has been to advance and support projects which benefit ALL the people of Miami. Fred HOSEA'S 8V2 years service on the City Commission is your guarantee of his continued performance. You can trust the old name. PAID POLITICAL DV[RtllIMINT



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fJmlstfhrkilan %  i i i^E^OCTOB? \rr.l Names GE President As Co-Chairman Charles E. Wilson, President of the General Electric Company. was elected Protestant Co-Chairman of the National Conference of Christians and Jews to succeed Dr. Arthur H. Compton, Chancellor of Washington University of St. Louis, Missouri, it was announced by Andrew W. Gottschall, Director of the Miami Office of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Mr. Wilson will serve as cochairman with Thomas E. Braniff Roger W. Straus, Catholic and and Jewish co-chairmen respevtively. Dr. Compton retires from his post after serving since November 1938. In 1946 Mr. Wilson was appointed chairman of the Commission on Civil Rights and of the Commission on Universal Training, by President Truman. He has spent his entire business career, except for war-time Government service, within the electrical industry. In September 1942 at the request of the late President Roosevelt, Mr. Wilson resigned all his private business connections and went to Washington as Vice-chairman of the War Production Board, and a j year later became Executive Loan Fund Group Elry st.,r„. iw PM Baron de H ,r.;, h L d n en r l '* announced ,;.;„ a lunl Und -•• 1 take place ,„ lhp lreclors the Jewish S, Jc n p eWo 'ci Thursday noon. The formulation Tthe £„ %  | request of Federation. on the 6th (loo;" oH h ?,H Mart Bid.:. ThurL Fa S 1 m< *ting i s t0 pup *l lar er quarter,":! lrrooc: i ^ m more activT the Bureau and increasp rt is now expected that ,h B f^ Fund will become nZ^ 1 ASBESTOS TABLE MATS Seated left to right: Lester Barron, Alton Road Hospital; Mrs. Florence Finkelsiein. National Council of'Jewish Women; Leon Kaplan. Chairman. Sub-Committee on Local Agencies; Rabbi Joseph Rackowsky. Vaad Hakashrus. Standing, lefl to right: Abe Gannes, Bureau of Jewish EducationRandy Polansky. Y.M.H.A., Miami Beach; Birdie Mellowitz. Jewish Home for the Aged; Victor Garvey. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Milton Malakoff. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Maurice Grossman. Y.M.H.A., Miami. 'lluilget Day" Set Ray Mills Announces IIv Federation (Continued from Page 1) tailed description of the proposed Vice-chairman with full author' budget by the agency's financial ity over all war production. He served in this capacity until the summer of 1944 when he resigned to assume his former duties as President of General Electric. Fashion show by Miss Margaret Newman starring Coronet models will provide the entertainment for Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood's membership lea November 3. The tea will be held at the home of Mrs. I. L. Minlzer, 510 Lakeview Dr.. Miami Beach, or in case of inclement weather, in the Center Patio. officer and the third a question and answer period. The agency executives arc also planning visual exhibits of tneir work programs to be placed on display during the hearing. Agencies to be represented at the hearing are Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. Bureau of Jewish Education, Vaad Hakashruth, Jewish Home for the Aged. Mt. Sinai Hospital, National Council of J< wish Women and The Y.M.H. i A s of Miami and Miami Beach. of destroy o*T CONTROL d Phone MASQUERADE PARTY Poinsettia post, only all-women.post of the American Legion in Miami, and the Bataan post are holding a masquerade party in the legion hall tomorrow night, Alton id. and Dade blvd. Prizes will be given to the best dressed man and woman. Candidacy For Sheriff I. Ray Mills announced his candidacy for sheriff of Dade county in the May" preliminaries when he resigned as state investigator recently. In his resignation which becomes effective November 15, Mills expressed the belief that it was not fair to the state attorney or to himself to remain in the >OSt while carrying on an active campaign for the highest law enforcement office in the county. First to enter the race publicly 'or sheriff, Mills has a background of 22 years of law enforcement, upon whicn he bases his candilacy, He lives at 2601 San Domingo st.. Coral Gables with his wife jnd two 'teen-aged daughters. LOCATION PHILLIPS PLUMBING 6229 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 78-6557 Workmen's Circle Youth branch 699 of Miami will hold its regular meeting Monday. 830 p.m.. in the Lyceum. 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Program follows the meeting. MEN and WOMEN Reduce the New Scientific Way With MULTIPLE OSCILLATION EASY M 1 DISROBING BECAUSE I t\ I i.| Di I %  II I DRuoa IB %  I HEAT SWEDISH MASSAGE POST SLENDERIZING 1 STUDIO i 800 N. E. Second Ave.. 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L AY OCTOBER 31, 1947 *JkisMkridto>) %  "• %  %  %  %  % %  %  — %  PAGE SEVEN )dge Plans *bate Contest ki.1 R'lit'! Committee onPub' Affairs. Sholem Lodge, antnccd t^ appointment last fcof Jfi-o.r.iWeinkle as chairof the second annual cityi Hieh School debate contest "sored by the lodge to begin .he end of November, accordto J> : :1 Kronenfeld, chairn of the Committee. Sinn.nu team will be awarded _K> Washington. D. C, with lexpenfc-s paid, and all partici11 will receive medals through Tcourtcsy of B"nai B'rith. The ienship project attracted more r ioo hich school students last Irving with Mr. Weinkle will [Daniel G. Satin, Sidney Aron|tz Gilberl J. Balkin, Leo liner and others to be named, jmbers of B'nal B'rith interestlin serving >-n this project may Let Mr. Kronenfeld at 78-3622. bther programs being planned [the Committee on Public AfU are: Registration Campaign, fct-Out-thc-Vote," Program of Consei vation, and a series ppen discussion forums on vital tent subjects to be held early 11948 LEGAL NOTICE HERBERT ZUCKERMAN Newly elected Educational Director of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. mior League :hedules Dance Membei.-lup dance of the Jiior League is scheduled for IvembtT 3 at the Jewish Center 1 the Executive committee, as sealed by Miss Shirley P/do, Alicity chairman. The affair is lenabie young men and women Iween the ages of 18 and 30 %  o are interested in social and Itural M S to become more niliar with the group, Miss irdo static!. Additional plans of the co'mittee include open meetings try Sunday, 8:00 p.m., at the Inter, followed by refreshments V dancing: and assisting Junior pups and the Sunday school. bommittciN chosen by acting firman, -Howard Levine, for the rung dance are: program, Nor; Raskin and Gershon Miller; prat ion, Joyce and Frank Jew Whose interested in joining the pup are u.-ked to attend the tsiness meetings on Sunday everigs. Recent Emigrees Urged To Sign Truman Petition Recent emigress to this country who have settled in Miami are being invited by the Council of Jewish Women and the Jewish Social Service Bureau of Greater Miami to sin a testimonial to be sent to President Truman expressing their gratitude in having found sanctuary and freedom in this country. This project, locally sponsored by the Council of Jewish Women and the Jewish Social Service Bureau, was undertaken at the request of the United Service for New Americans. Locally, the Jewish Social Service Bureau is responsible for the adjustment and integration of newcomers to the community with the Council of Jewish Women carrying responsibility for naturalization and Americanization activities. The petitions for signatures will be available for signing in the offices of the Council of Jewish Women, Room 513, Congress Bldg., Miami, on Tuesday, November 4th and Thursday, November 6th. All recent emigrees are urged to come to the offices of the Council of Jewish Women and to take this opportunity of expressing their appreciation. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. NO. 112593 „ ORDER OF PUBLICATION MAZIE BARKIN, Plaintiff, ARTHUR BARKIN, I < tendant. THE STATIC OF FI,ORIDA I": ARTHUR BARKIN, Master's Hotel, Riverside and Went 103rd St. New York City, N. Y. You are hereby notified and ordered i" appear ti> the Hill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the abovestyled must on or before the 28th day November, 1!M7; otherwise the allegation! of .-aid Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for four i secutlve weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, I newspaper published in Hade County. Florida. Dated this 28th day of October, 1947. E R LRATHERMAN, Clerk "f Circuit Court Baal) By: F, J GOULD, Deputy Clerk. \M SILVER, Soli, itor for Plaintiff, 1708 Congress Building, Miami. Florida 10 SI. 11 7-14-21, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCU IT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. NO. 112547. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ANN Will.MAN, Plaintiff, vs. LOUIS WHI.MAN, Defendant. TO: LOUIS WHIMAN, Vi'. 1 1 North Lagrea Avenue. l*os Angeles 'Mi. California. c o Kroner Realty Corp. you are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the lilll of Complain! for Divorce tiled against you by ANN WHI.MAN on or before the 24th day of November, 1947, otherwise the alienations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. Done and ordered this 26th day of October, A.D, 1947. K. I! LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Seali By: U. C. OREEN, Deputy Clerk. GEORGE .1 TALIANOFP, Soil, Itor for Plaintiff, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami lie.cch, Florida. 10/31. 11/7-14-21. |iss Hatch Assumes irector's Post [Miss Julia E. Hatch is now in ami tu fill the office of exetive direi tor of the Children's irvice Bureau, Mrs. Russell A. sco, chairman, announced. Miss th L. Butcher, Miss Hatch's r for four years, has urned to her home in New rk City to do child welfare A. A native of Connecticut, Miss tch has worked in Germany as 11 as many sections of this ur.try. Her most recent position case work supervisor for the Bedford Children's Aid and mily Society. Arnold Newman, nationally known photographer, has had his work on lhe front cover of Life Magazine twice this month. Newman is the son of Mrs. Freda Newman of Miami Beach. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictiltoua name of HOME HEVERAOE SERVICE at 2206 S.W. 27th Avenue Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. MYLKS H. PERLROTH. SOI, KRONKN. BEN KRONKN. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 112501 MARY RICHMAN, Plaintiff, vs. MAX STANLEY RICHMAN, defendant. To: MAX STANLEY RICHMAN, 1960 Daly Avenue, Bronx, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 22nd day of November, 1947. Dated this 23rd day of Octoberr 1947 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. ,_ .. By: M. C. OREEN, I;.',.,',,,. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney. 327 Calumet Building. %  Miami, Florl.a 10/24-31. 11/7-14. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 112352 EMORY MEARS, Plaintiff, versus MoNICA KINO MEARS. Defendant. You. MONICA KINO MEARS, Manor Cottage, Otterbourne, North Winchester, Hants, England, are notified to file your appearance In the above eause for divorce on November 17, 1147, otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dated: October 16, 1947. (By) M. C. GREEN, 'Seal i Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS, Solicitor for Plaintiff. 10/17-24-31. 11/7. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tile undei signed, desiring to engage in buBlnesH under the fictitious name of FIVK POINT MEDICAL CLINIC at 1251 S.W. 22nd Street, Miami. Ha.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. El >M< INI I QAMSE, M I'.. Sole Owner. 10/31. 1I/7-14-21-2S. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AVOCADO APARTMENTS at 4213 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida Hi;I.EN WILEY, ELVIN J. WILEY. VIRGINIA TRADER. 10/24-31. 11/7-14-21, Members of the Clara Hirsh Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will meet for election of officers at the home of Miss Sheila Wallman. 221 N.E. 17th NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of '•RICKEY'S oF NEW YORK CITY" ii c 0 CLUB 22, 2300 Park Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla, Intend to register saiil name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NETTIE DEPENO, Bole owner. HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Applicant. in 24-S1. 11/7-14. lew Mayfair Bridge Club • M I*MI BEACH • %  '"COIN MUD ON THC OCEAN %  UPLICATi; • RUBBER BRIDGE .""-'' L BACKGAMMON AL RUTH, DIRECTOR Phone 48-2717 TROPICAL REALTY Homes. Apartments, Lots, Business Opportunities 1731 S.W. Eighth Street Phone 9-0629 (ON THE TRAIL) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NEW ERA HYDROPONICS at :: i;. i S.W. 17th Street, .Miami, Fla., Intends tu register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK N. WEST. Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant. Congress llulldlng, Miami. Florida Mi 10-17-24-31. 11/1. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name >f PHOTO ARTS at 1327 20th Street, Miami Reach, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla. PHILIP A. FELDMAN. (1KORUE TRENCHER LEO SHEINER. Attorney for Applicants. 1104-1206 Pacific Building. 10/21-31. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RED HIRD FOOD MARKET at H.S33 Bird Road, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT BARON. TMo.MAS SKROPIUIS. HARRY DIETZ. 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 .n business under the fictitious name of L. & L. MEAT MARKET, at S3 V.VT. 14th St.. Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of he Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Fla. DAVE LOWY. Sole Owne.r MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Apllicanl. 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 FRIENDLEE CLEANERS & LAl'NDRY at 119 N.W. 36th St., Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GERTRUDE STEINOOLD. Sole Owner. 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 MAGIC CITY SPECIALTY CO., at 1150 S.W. 25th Ave., Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of?'0ke Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAIRICE BRAUNSTEI.N. WASMAN, SILVER & SATCOWITZ, Attorneys for Applicant. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 19693. In Re: Estate of— CARRIE GOLDFARB. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands AgAgalnst Said Estate: You and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of CARRIE GOLDFARB, deceased late of Miami, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date. October 14, A. D., 1947. EVELYN GOODMAN (nee GOLDFARB). THELMA KESSLER, Sll IONIA STEINBACH and Rl'TH ADLMAN. As of the Ijist Will and Testament of Executrixes, CARRIE GOLDFARB, Deceased. THEODORE J. S'AKOWITZ, Attorney for Executrixes. I" IT-21-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that" the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name %  >f HOUSE OF NOVELTIES at 923925 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, intends to 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. VOTE FOR JIMMY GANNON "The Milkman' SUPPORT R. G. DANNER —ASCITY MANAGER ~ t Clean up and repair streets immediate!!/. Bettor bus service, including stops at every block and shelters for patrons. BnablMi teen-age recreation centers throughout cll V"'more downtown railroad tracks and utilize space for free parking. Proportional pensions for all city employes. n Low cost housing with federal aid. _.„,#. c nolidation of City of Miami and Dade County Governments. PAID POLITICAL tOVHTIH""" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ,i VLEXANDRIA HoTEL at 7-9 N.W. I Second street, Miami, Florida, intend tu register the said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. __ JULIUS HOLLAND. LEO SHEINER, 1204-1205 Pacific Building, attorney for Julius Holland. 10 84-31. li/"-14. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 19897 in Re: Estate of DANIEL BERLINER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditors and AH Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereb) notified and required to present an> ,.i,,j,„s and demands which you. oi ..llher ol you, may have against tin I' !. of DANIEL BERLIN EK. de ~ased late of Dade County, Florida. ,„•'„„.„„„ w. F. BLANTON Couno lodge ,,f D*de County, and file tin name In hie office In the County ( ourt "use m Dade Cojuity, Florida; within i„bt calendar months from the dat. .f the first publication hereof. San elalms or demands to contain the lega ld dress of the claimant and to b. .worn to and presented as aforesaid ,„ %  nune Wl barrel. See Section i I [he IMS i'robate Act. Date, October 20, A. D., 1947. inllN E PORTS, As Executor ol the Last Will and Testament ot DANIEL BERLINER, Deceased lollN B. PORTE, 1 v< K A. ABBOTT, Attorneys for Executor. 10/24-31. U/7-H. 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. ARTHL'R ZWEIGENTHAL, Sole Owner. % % %  RANK SOLOMON. Attorney for Applicant. 10/10-17-24-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name of R. & R. MOTORS, at 930-944 West Fiagler Street, Miami, Florida.. Intend to register said name with tile i ierk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT J. REESE. A. C. RIDOLF. FRANK SOLOMON, 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 STADIUM GRIIJ, at 1400 West Fiagler Street. Miami, Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla. COLMAN PONT LEONARD PONT. 10 LM 31. 11/7-14-21. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that lhe undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name .f BLACKSTONE PHARMACY AND I.INCHEONETTE at 850 Washington Weiiue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intend o register said name with the Clerk >f the Circuit Court of Dade County. MAX WOOLS'. RAE WOOLK. SHIRLEY WOOLF, Attorney for Applicants. 10/10-17-24-31. 11/7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that •he undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name >f HOI'SE OF WATCHES, at 339 Sevbold Building, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. — SAUL BELKNKE. ELLIOT PEARL. FRANK SOLOMON, Attorney for Applicant. 10/10-17-M-ll. iI/7. IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO. 16370 Re: Estate of EDWARD SANBORN HICKEY, I icceased. Notice of Intention to Make Application For Final Discharge. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that we have filed our final reisx't and petition for Final Discharge as Executrlcles of the estate of EDWARD SANBORN HICKEY. deceased: and that on the 10th day of November, 1947. we will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blantou, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executriclea of the Estate of Edward Sanborn Hlckey, deceased. This Mb day of October, 1947. FMiRENCE HICKEY McNALLY. MILDRED HICKEY HURLEY. ROXANNA HICKEY O'CONNOR. MARX M FEINBERG. Attorney For Executrlcles. 10/1(1-17-24-31. 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. You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before November 10, 1947, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. .... Dated this 9th day of October 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. By M. C. OREEN, (CC. Seal) Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attrney-at-Law, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida. I0/IO-17-I4-JI. 1 .•..,



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j*';f W *& 9&JEH9 a K ravusfs i**** PAGE EIGHT fJewistflcrldlan Orthodox Select London Cantor Cantor Abraham Behrman, who chanted the High Holiday services for the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation has been elected as permanent Chazon of the synagogue at the last meeting of the congregation, it was announced by Sidney H. Palmer, president. Former cantor of the Willesden Synagogue in London, Rev. Behrman will direct the musical activities of the Congregation's Talmud Torah and chant at all services there. At present the cantor is directing a choir which will make its debut in the near future, at Friday evening services. He expects his wife and two daughters now in London to join him shortly. Gannon Advocates More Traffic Safety Control Jimmy Gannon of 600 N.W. 10th ave., was the second indiviPm Saturday morning at 8:30 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX I C0NCERVATI n V JL na CONGREATION BETH CONGREGATION BETH DAJACOB, 301-311 Washington ave.,! V ID. 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes\ Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamcheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff's sermon will be on "Visions of Power." Intermediate services for teen age youth at 9:00 under the supervision of the Board of Education. Junior Congregation for children of elementary school age at 10:00 under the supervision of Max Bertman. Kiddush and refreshments served to both groups after services by a sisterhood commit tee. Mincha at 5:15 followed by Shalos Seudos sponsored by Mrs. Harvey Tendler. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sun day school at 10:00 a.m. Daily school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening servies at 5:30 dual to file as a city commission candidate, and is well known in the downtown area, where his milk run for the Southern Dairies has taken him for 18 years. Gannon, who is also called "Shorty" by the merchants, was with the Southern Dairies for 32 years, came to Miami from Atlantic City 22 years ago and has been here since. "I favor straightening out the traffic situation in the business district, in restoring many of Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "Danger of Evil Friends." Mincha at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos. The Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Maariv services follow. aiDly services at 7:30 a.m followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha services at 5:30 followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs and then Maariv services. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 5:30 those old bus stops so patrons will P m Saturday morning at 9 not be forced to walk blocks in I o'clock. Rabbi April will speak the rain. I believe there should be benches and shelter," Gannon stated. Hollywood Auxiliary Plans Costume Event Calico, gingham, straw i.atsand overalls will be the order of the it a Thanksgiving affair given by the Ladies" Auxiliary of tl e Jewish Community Center, Hollywood, November 26, at the Center, a s announced by Mrs. Nathan Nimitz and Mrs. Fred Mannhein, co-chairman of the arlangements. Tickets are now on sale. Also or. the season's agenda is a Bazaar planned for the week of January IT. to be the organization's largest project to date. Those wishing to work with the present committee for the bazaar are asked to contact Mrs. Isadore Orgel, chairman, at 2127 Adams St. on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school daily. 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Abraham Behrman. Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning, 8:30 a.m. Junior services at 10. Rabbi Grauer will speak on "Do You Believe What You See?" Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos, Rabbi will comment on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Dailyreligious school, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. AUGUST BROS RV*: ^ ir'thc DtSTt "L 'J DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 N.E. lit Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St. PH. 3-5308 PH. 48-3442 High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed— prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone ior Estimates 9-7555 the oriqinal JQ/EPH J.RAWL/On Um @*m UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Complete Interior Decorator Service At No Extra Costl ches. Late Friday evening services at 8 15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro's speech based on his presence at the United Nations session where Chaim Weizmann spoke, is entitled "I Am Puzzled." The Sisterhood will be hostesses to Oneg Shabbat following the services. Saturday morning services at i):30. Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel will become Bar Mit/vah. Mr. and Mrs. Weissel have donated the floral offering in honor of their son. Students services at 10:30 a.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 6:00 p.m. Opening of late Friday evening services in honor of '"Balfour day." Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "The Birth of a Nation;" greetings will be brought by representatives of Miami Beach Zionist Organizations. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Farewell reception to Rabbi Lehrman in honor of his departure for Europe and Palestine. Junior Congregation at 10 a.m. AZABBG breakfast and service Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. till noon. Hebrew | religious school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Prekindergarten school Monday through Friday mornings, 9 a.m. I ill noon. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 1144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening serives at 8:15 i p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on | "The Divil Can Cite Scripture for His Purpose." Oneg Shabbat WILLIAM W. (BILL) CHARLES For CITY COMMISSIONER War Veteran Native Miamian Former Assistant City Attorney Vote For CHARLES AND 2 OTHER GOOD MEN tye*nU\uu£& e*. ALL ALUMINUM OUTSIDE BLINDS Inside Control A QUAIITY PRODUCT MADE IN MIAMI 18 DAY DELIVERY ''— O u Mi.,,, ,.,,„,, ,„ Tou NO DOWN PAYMENT 'MA ![R M S Or. Up To 6 Yeorj To Poy FOR FREE ESTIMATE PHONE 9-3109 or 9-3126 Wealhermaster, Inc. OfflCtS AND SHOWROOMS 3700 BISCAYNE BLVD Open HI 9 P M Sunday 8 lo 5 follows the service. Saturday morning at 10:45 a.m. Special birthday service and luncheon to follow. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. for children 4% to 14V4. High school of Jewish studies, Sunday morning at 9:45 for young people over 15. Hebrew classes alternate weekday afternoons, boys and girls, l x i to 13 daily morning and afternoon sessions. Nursery school, children from 2V4 to 5. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE. 19th Si. Rabbi Colman A. Zwilmin; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, Friday evening services at 8:1b p.m. Rev. Donald Douds of Miami Shores Community Church will preach on the subject "Religion Where We Live." Saturday morn ing services at 11 a.m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S. Andrews ve.. Ft. Laudedale. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening servies at 8 p.m. Rabbi Raab will speak on the subject "So You Want Justice" based on the Biblical book of Job. Sunday school at 10 a.m Annual congregational meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. Election of officers. Rabbi will speak on "Looking Into the Future." V, J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4lh St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D'IBD *13ttJ Telephone 5-1017 o'clock. s servi < l| ] Winx r Reorganizes Charles R. Jacobsen, exefllU J secretary of B'naiBTithS was guest speaker for Ct re-organizational m ^ Wnx chapter. B'nai B-rrth'fJ atthehomeofMissMonaMMj stein, 1685 Jefferson ave Z Beach. Mr. Jacobsen', opic : cerning the background work Bna, B'rith, was entitled ij i Years of Jewish Unity." Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully G;c L EO IISIVSTII > • Hub* Pht/n 5 7668 W '" Q V Ppom,,, Personal Attention to All Your WisrKAL ESTATE PROBLEMS 12 Yeart of Experience in Building ConMruction on Miami Beach 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 its worthiness. Elimination of internal strife and cliques in our city government A sound budgeting system to enable the taxpayers to trace the spending of his tax dollar. The City-County Consolidation Program to increase gov. rnmental uperation. Reduction of juvenile delinquency V establishment of evening recreation 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 his part and Ml*. —ROBERT L. FLOYD. CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS: 220 N. MIAMI AVENUE Phones 2-1767—9-6759 P.IO Pouncu AOvr.Ti.^. For Good Government By a Business Administration ELECT RANDOLPH A. Dan RAILEY Your Candidate for MIAMI CITY CSNLMBLMH0 Nine years a successful civil engineer. Eleven years a successful sales and technical executir*Twenty-one years a successful battery manufacturer.



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PRjDAY, O CTOBER 31, 1947 Miami Hadassah to liaise Youth Alivali Fund Members and friends of Miami I Hadassah were asked by Mrs. navicl Sernaker, chairman of the Youlh AHyah immigration movemem to attend the next meeting the cutilization to be held Monday, November 10 at 1 o'clock ut the Beth David auditorium. Miami group of Hadassah is | concentrating its efforts to help' ine the one thousand Jewish orphans who still remain in Cy*.UnisHftrrirtfor> PAGE NINE press. she explained. Rubbi Max Shapiro is to be guest ipeaker and Cantor Maurice Mamches will present a muI siral program accompanied by Ml ,. Irving Genet. Co-chairmen Mis Burnett Roth and Mrs. William Lieberman, are assisting | Mrs. Sernaker. Special -grandmothers' Mini yonim" are being formed by Mrs. i Ida Hartz to assist in raising funds. Assisting the chairmen are Mrs Ma* Shapiro, Mrs. Louis Rubin, Mrs. Reuben Fund, Mrs. R av Frome, Mrs. Albert Ladd, Mrs. Harry Laufer, Mrs. Bernard Meyers, Mrs. Fred Ochs, Mrs. Sol Rovin, Mrs. Jeanne Wasserman, [Mrs, Morris Weinberg, and Miss ; Ada Ai eckstein, Reli' ments will be served. CENTER STARTS LATE SERVICES; KIDDUSH HONORS RABBI LEHRMAN i Beth Sholom Officers Purchasing Merchandise For New Gift Shop Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, Mrs. Leon Ell. I chairman of the religious school, and Mrs. living Rothman, sisterhood and school board member, are now in New York buying religious gifts for the Temple's new. ly opened gift shop. Jewelry, silver, books suitable for birthdays, Bar Mitzvahs, conI formations, weddings and general use, may be purchased at Temple Beth Sholom, Mrs. Kogan announced Proceeds are for the support of the religious school. Seasonal opening of the late Friday evening services of Miami A Beach Jewish Community Center this evening will have Rabbi Irving Lehrman speax on "A Birth of a Nation" in honor of Baifou' Day. A farewell reception to Rabbi Lehrman, spiritual leader of tinCenter will take place Saturday morning following services in the form of a Kiddish rendered by the sisterhood. Rabbi Lehrman leaves this week on a European trip. Brief greetings will be brought by the representatives of Miami Beach Zionist Organizations: Jack Burris, president of Miami Beach Zionist District, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah, Miss Lillian Goodman, president of B and P group of Hadassah, Miss Doris Albin, president of Junior Hadassah, and Joseph Pardo, president of Masada. Cantor Jacob Y. Goidring will chant the service assisted by tliu Center choir. Members and guests are invited to attend the services at 8:15 p.m. Membership Tea At Bayfront Park Completing details for a large membership tea Nov. 19, Bayfront Park auditorium at N.E. 5th st. are committee members of the Beth David Sisterhood, as reported by Mrs. Morris Weinberg, publicity chairman. Mah Jongg and cards are planned for which participants are asked to make their own groupings. Inquiries about the tea are to be directed to Mrs. Harry Lauser, 2-0816. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hive your roof repaired now; you will uvi on %  new roof later "Satlafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 I. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5*60 t SERVING GREATER MIAMI G E wmfe PRODUCTS ^=g §L, J*LJ^y~ i MIL-K %  CREAM • ICE CkEAM^ MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 ASK FOB 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 Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE P HONE Rabbi Kronish To Address Pioneer Women Rabbi Leon Kronish will address the Balfour day celebration of Pioneer Women's groups for Palestine of Greater Miami, tomorrow night at 8:30 in the patio of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan, JNF chairman for Club No. 1 announced that the public is cordially invited. Other entertainment for thr evening includes Palestinian songs and dances by the Habonim, a hort talk by Sam Cohen of New York and several vocal numbers by Miss Marion Cohen, accompanied by Miss Thalia Joffeo Jewish National Fund commit'ee of Club No. 1 who are in charge of the affair include: Mrs. T. S. Shapoff. Mrs. S. Pushkin. Mrs. Mary Stepkin, Mrs. Pearl Kreiger, Mrs. Sonia Levitt, Mrs. Sarah Feinstein, Mrs. Minnie Wainer, Mrs. L. Kaplan, Mrs. B. Kraimer, Mrs. Shirley Queen. Mrs. H. Scitlin, Mrs. H. Mandel. Mrs. Rose Brody and Mrs. J. Stadlan. TYTELL OPENS OFFICE Bernard Tytcll, Certified Public Accountant, is resigning as an agent of the Internal Revenue Department so that he may enter partnership with Elmer Gross, C. P.A., formerly of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Their office will be opened in the Calumet building, 10 N.E. 3rd ave., November 1. NEW SURF HOTEL 89th On the Ocean BREAKFAST, LUNCH DINNERS Featuring Full Course Dinners From $1.50 Reservations 6*2741 THE Holland House 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-9748 Chei Special DUTCH STEAK (•*' SANDWICH OW*^ DAILY BLUE PLATE from n.MOpen 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 to 11 A.M. Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drink* Under the Personal Supervision of C. F. JERNIGAN Owner luul mini ..III.. inn mi ml Hill %  mi| it nllli %  mi mill iiii||iui|| •illHlhuiil i,,.|.. ..III.. mil % %  • in urn OPEN £VERYOAY 170 N,ut S*ST. y 'Ki.'ffSiiii. y 3>k 2 9 8i4 r~ L ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING MARY'S CORAL INN 602 S.W. 12th Avenue Delicious Home Cooking Served In a Home Atmosphere Moderate Prices. Dinner Served From 4:30 to 9 p.m. Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. CASA FERRERO RESTURANT NOW OPEN Famous for Spaghetti and Italian Dishes Serving Dinner 5 'Til 10 p.m. 128 N.E. 17th Street • Phone 2-7105 Mendelsohn's OCEAN VILLA Restaurant IS NOW AIR COOLED DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS SERVED DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P.M. SATURDAY FROM 6 to 9 P.M. PHONE 5-9834 FREE PARKING 13th St. & Collins Ave.. Miami Beach F p^H0N" ^ 5 a 93:^4' .*-• tit ANGIE and FRED WELCOME YOU TO i i r PICCIOLO'S AMERICAN-ITALIAN RESTAURANT ino (roiled Steaks. Chops, %  eer. Wine Maine Lobster' Liquors 136 Collins •., M. I. 8 ''"I '•• II II Uill|l| III. 4 Ml. I| I 4.M.I Su •rolled Steaks, Chops. 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I PAGE TEN frVdorntiun \ry. Dr. Koblenz attended the University of Miami and Southern College of Optometry w here he m i„ %  of Omicron Delta Epsilon and Omega Epsilon Phi. He holdtl i rai k ol I-' (J-8-J l s N R afti : fi ui j ars in the navy. Mrs Koblenz I i >rmer Miss Gloria Kirstein The couple now reside at 711 S.W. null ave. Dessert (and Party) Dade Chapter. National Children Cardiac Home, will hold a Dessert Card Party at the Rhelbourne Hotel, Miami Beach, on Thursday, November 6 at 1:30 ,, m. Tick, ts may be obtained from chairman. Mrs. S. V. Whinstem, 5-0422. and from her co chairmen, Mrs. P. Marks and Mrs S. Allen. B'nai B'rilh Girls held a "pot luck" supper Wednesday ai the Webster hotel, for which Miss Shirley Neilenger served as hostess. UNVEILING Unveiling „ f menforU memory of the h,„. Nalb l l 1957 N.W. 1st St.. will tl T' Sunday. 2^^^ section of Woo.iiawn Park r? tery Rabbi Murray JJJ* conduct the services. Arrant ments are in charge of s,/ Pa.mer of the MiaS M 0 ^ vOi Dr. Leonard Glickst,i„ k. been named to represent Com Gables loage oi B'nai B'rilh .. the Greater M.ami j ewil $' eration. w To Adopt Constitution Coral Gables Women'.-, chapter of B'nai B'rith will meet officialthe first time next Tuesday, 8 p.m.. at the Hillel House to cona constitution and bylaws. Mrs. Sam Silver is chairman oi %  i committee, Repoi ts will be I eard on the current drivi to secure additional charter members for the newly .', i n's chapter. Applications emberships in the group are being accepted by Mrs. A. W. s, secretary. President Mrs. Schulefand will preside. Wriglif llofll Enlpentmenl Co INCORPORATED 13." N.E. ELEVENTH STREET PHONc We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock Ranges — Griddles — Fryers — Work Tublrs Steam TnM.. Refriperafed Scmdwich Units COMHLKTK I'l.ANNINC AND I.AViM'T SERVICE r ] I.OI II s ; [GLASS SHOP; t j % SAFETY GLASS— I PLAIN GLASS \ % "GOOD SERVICEj % EXPERT WORK" < I MIRRORS — RESILVERING I 4402 N. W. 27th Avenue J \ Phone 7-5333 { L ...„.^^.^ Deauville Scene Of Hallowe'en Party BBYM's Hallowe'i n W morrow night I ; auville room of tl e M tiville hotel pi omisi formal evening foi all I attei d. accoi lii I Myron B Susman, chairman of tl Masks will %  • %  but no costumes i y. Harry the Hipster Prince are included in tainment. Master of ceremoni* s tor the evening will bi Murraj Bast; Jack Harris will act as host. Publicity committee ed by Ira and Paul Goodman; decorations by Milton KatZ; and tickets, Sonny Tondlich and AI Kaplan, Proceeds of the affairs wilrbe used for the charity and community service program of the B'nai B'rith Young Men. SOUTHEASTERN TERMINAL & STEAMSHIP CO. 2 S. W. Iih Street Phone :i-08lti Private Terminal Operators ami I-'or war tiers — Down Town Track Removal — Vote For — GEORGE W. // D // oc FADER CITY COMMISSIONER ORGANiZATiON, EFFICIENCY and M:\IWHSMV STANDS FOR UOOi> GOVERNMENT Adequate Sewers — Improved Transportation PAID POLITICAL AOVCKTIltMtNT FOR RENT OCEAN FRONT ROOM For Two People Kitchen Privileges M. A. Emanuel 916 Ocean Drive Apartment 10 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 —Opposite— Woodlawn Cemetery. PLENTY OF HOT WATER How to get it? Automatically with GAS! Gas automatic water heaters are fast... clean...economical. And for modern appliances such as automatic laundries and dishwashers, it takes the speed of GAS to keep up with the de3Und f^r hot water. % WATER HEATERS ?cdfy Automatic Yla-ut. An MtadL Volume Heaters for Sterilizin 9 Hot Water PEOPLES f^^$ COMPANY MIAMI BEACH HOLLYWOOD FORT LAUDERDALE



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1947 +Jewish fhrldia&n PAGE ELEVEN Rabbi Zwitman Replies to Rev. Smith Temple Israel was filled lo caoacity '"' Friday evening when o.bbi Colman A. Zwitman. spiritual leader of the Temple, dedimted hil sermon to replying lo charges of Dr. Everett S. Smith. local minister. .... The reply from the pulpit by Babbi Zwitman, who served as an A r mv chaplain during the war, followed a series of correspondence initiated with the appearance on October 13, in the Miami Herald a report of a Columbus Day sermon by Dr. Evertt Smith. In the import were the following paragraphs: -In discussing other perils which face the nation, Dr. Smith called the Buckley bill 'dangerous aid vicious,' because, if it passe.-, it will be a criminal offense, punishable by prison, fine or both, to criticize a Jew." He added: "The wimpaign of Jewish exIremists is to create a situation in tins nation where the Jew will be above the law." The minister said the pending act is being pushed "by the Jewish extremists, the Communists and all the various stooge politicians who seek to do the will of all the organized Jewish pressure groups." Efforts to "brand all antiSemites apsychopaths," the minister called "a brazen attempt at though' control" because "if-antiSemitism can be defined as 'insanity then one of our basic liberties, free speech and free thoui;: i. is imperiled, and the lives of all who would be inclined to criticize any Jewish activity would be in jeopardy." On October 13, Rabbi Zwitman wrote to Rev. Smith asking him whether he was quoted correctly by the newspaper and whether he would like io speak in the Temple pulpit giving his viewpoint after Rabbi Zwitman has answered the newspaper article in his sermon of October 24. On October 14, Rev. Smith sent the following letter io Rabbi Zwitman: Dear Rabbi Zwitman: I appreciate the spirit of your letter which was received this mornint. The Herald report of my addies ... practically accurate. I am opposed to the Buckley and Stratton bills. I did refer to Jewish "Extremists." This, by no mears. >hould be construed as a reflection upon all Jews. 1 also warned my people about the "United Christian Council for Democracy." This is an "extremist'' group of Christians. We have them as -.veil as Jews. I can't understand the limited use of "Semitic" and "Anti-Semitic." s ely you realize that the Jews arc Semitic. Is Anti-Semitism to l.i construed as synonymous with "Anti-Jewish?" I used the tern in its all-embraeive | sence. 1 tun glad that you feel | called upon to discuss these controversial questions and I hope that ail Vi'oricans, regardless of race or creed, will realize the threats lo our democracy. I can scarcely believe that you would claim immunity, on the part of all Jew-, ifom criticism. I must admit that I want to preserve our •freedom of speech and am bitterly opposed to any group—Jewish or Christian—who would seek to destro... it, [ think, if you will investigate the supporters of both I the Stratton and Buckley bills, |>'ou will iicice that they are, in|de'd, "extremists." On October 16. Rabbi Zwitman [•nswered Dr. Smith in part: I The reason for this letter is to %  correct misconception about the %  Jewish people and to answer your %  Question about the term "AntiISenutis:: The term "AntiIScmitis : s not, as you intimate, I' question of semantics, but is a [Question of historical fact and jKientifndoctrine. The first time Ithat the WO rd "Anti-Semitism" I*"" CV( i used was in a work lun Antise mitische Haefte," by pinelm Marr. This 18th century p'pbook of a German who inIfo A Ced the term as a s y nonvm r Anti-Je W i Sn propaganda was rortinued in the middle of the %  tn ntury by a reactionary /enchman and pseudo-scientist foomeau, who wrote on "L'inega. • des Races Humainet," in orRabbi Colman Zwitman der to combat the dogma, of the American Revolution and the French Revolution, that alj men are created equal. From Gobineau the road leads directly to the Kaiser's favorite "philosopher" Houston Stewart Chamberlain and to Hitler. Hitler used these false race theories and spearbut Arabs, Assyrians, Babylonians, etc., as well. I would appreciate knowing which dictionary you recommend. The dictionaries that I consulted have the following definitions: Webster's (Twentieth Century) ANTI-SEMITISM: The political or social persecution of the Jews. Standard (Funk and Wagnall's) ANTI-SEMITISM: Hatred of the Jewish people. ANTI-SEMITISM is the term y\i and I have been discussing in our correspondence, not Semitism. Anti-Semitism, according to these definitions In the diction aries, deals with discrimination against the Jewish people. That is the specific meaning in the die tionaries. Of course, it is possible to give "double talk" meanings, and to say "anti" means against: Semitism has reference to the Semites. Who were the Semites? The term Semites has reference to one of the three biblical descendants of Noah. Noah had three sons: Shem, Ham and Japheth. The descendants of Shem are known as Semites. Among them were the He brews, that is the Jews, the Arabs, the Assyrians, Ancient Phenicians, etc. Therefore, when we refer to ANTI-SEMITISM, we do not mean discrimination against the Jews only, we mean discrimination against the Jews, the headed his Anti-Semitism by de.' Arabs, the Assyrians, ancient stroying the lives of six and a Phenicians, etc." This kind of an quarter million Jews. The advoevasion of a definition of the term cates of Anti-Semitism are, ANTI-SEMITISM may sound therefore, not protagonists of free good for oratorical purposes, but speech but antagonists of free mankind. You may recall that Justice Holmes once said that "free speech does not mean the right to run into a crowded building and to yell 'fire'." Anti-Semites have a right to criticize anyone they want, but they do not have the right to incite to evil action and to riot, and since it is a known fact that AntiSemitic groups advocate "action." their actions are unconstitutional. For all practical purposes, the term "Anti-Semitism" only means one thing—Anti-Jewish; even as in your newspaper article, AntiSemitism is coupled with Jews and Jewish Extremists and not with "Japs", the "Arabs" or any other group. Yes, Dr. Smith, AntiSemitism has an "all-embracive" sen.c It embraces in'its hatred all of the Jewish people. I was rather amazed by your statement that "the Japs are Semitic." M. E. Ashley Montague in his book "Man's Most Dangerous Myth: The Fallacy of Race, (a great scientific work which 1 commend most highly to you) states that there exist four more or less, distinct divisions of mankind—Negroid or black. Australoid or archaic white. Caucasoid or white, and Mongoloid or yellow. None of these great divisions is unmixed, nor is any of the ehnic sub-divisions "pure," but these are, said the author, the only divisions. The racial theories of the 19th and 20th centuries are all false, says the author in fact they are a dangerous myth. Any statement that the Japs are Semitics, or the British are the ancient Israelites, or the American Indians are the lost ten tribes ol Israel, or that here arc higher or lower races—is pure nonsense. On Sunday morning, October 19th, Rev. E. Smith announced that his text for next Sunday^ sermon was to be titled "AntiSemitism. Semitism and a study cf the Stratton Bill." He advocated that members look up the word antiSemitism in a dictionary and they would find that it includes many "races," and that a great hoax has been foisted upon the American people by some groups that would limit "Anti Semitism" lo mean "Anti-JewRabbi Zwitman again wrote Dr. Smith: „ "I was present at your services last Sunday morning (even as 1 intend to attend this coming Sunday morning when your subject will be "The Stratton Bill, AntiSemitism and Semitism' > In your announcement you ad !" £^ that the word ANTI-SEMITISM he looked up in a dictionary since this term includes not only Jews., is it true? When you use the term .of ANTI-SEMITISM, do you include the Arabs? According to comments which I have seen in the newspapers by you in the last ten years, you rather favor the Arabs and would not want them to be included in discriminatory actions. When the term ANTISEMITISM is used, do you mean the now extinct groups of Assyrians and ancient Phoenicians? Certainly the Anti-Semites in America and the organized AntiSemitic groups do • not bother about extinct groups. They are against the living people of Israel and as they must be recognized by decent civilized mankind. I conclude by asking the following question: Suppose ANTISEMITISM meant not only hatred of Jews, but also hatred of all the other groups that you mentioned in your Sunday announcement and that you will mention as Semites in your next Sunday's sermon, what is gained by that? Why advocate hatred? Should not the minister in the pulpit advocate love? Love for all fellow men? Yes, even love for Jews' I believe that by advocating love of fellow-men. rather than ANTI-SEMITISM (which according to my definition is "hatred of Jews, Arabs, Japs, Assyrians, Phoenicians, etc."), the minister in the pulpit shall sooner bring about the Kingdom of God on earth for which he prays, hopes and works." The Miami Herald carried a report of Rabbi Zwitman's sermon on Saturday. October 25th. The report in the Herald said: "Rabbi sees danger lo all sects if hatreds are permitted to grow" Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman warned that the right of antiSemites to practice anti-Semitism Is "a menace to America." 'The right of anti-Semites to practice anti-Semitism, which the Miami preacher advocated, is not inly a threat to Jews, whom it directly concerns, but a menace to America." Rabbi Zwitman declared "the most revolutionary movement of our day would he an adoption by the Am


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4 Ms^rjlfi*sf5a'SS*'ai PAGE TWELVE +Jewlstncrklteri_ FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3l ITSIS'A National Agency Asks For Pelley Change on Emigre |laremmi The Emigree Committee of the* Jewish Social Service Bureau will Miami Psychiatrist To hold a luncheon meeting on Fnx "" day, October 3ist, 1200 noon, at A ppe ar At Temple lsraei the new offices of the Jewish Social Service Bureau on the 6th Sisterhood Meeting floor of the Fashing Mart BuildDr Ht ,,. m;in Selinksy, psychoing. analyst and psychiatrist, will be Concert Stories Vretmm* "Top-Nolch" Artisti limitations hitherto set up in accepting resettlement units. The United Service has indicated, because <>t the increase in shipping chiatry and Religion" is t<> take the form of an interview, witn Mrs. Reba Enj;l*# HOUR 7l IOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director RIVERSIDE MEMOl^L CHAPEL PINE i-7777 AMBULANCE SSJVICE 1236 WwMoslon Aw. ;, NEW** 1 '' t Director ABE Etapwwa. T-,10 m yvk: ?6th St. r?iitBto A> We have not forgotten Nor shall we forget the b' loved families ol those who made the supreme sacrifice. The sons, the fathers, the husbands who shall never know the peace on earth they so valiantly earned, are being returned to their homes. We offer our services and the use of our chapels without any charge. BEACH Memorial Chapel 1850 Alton RD. MIAMI BEACH, Fl.A. A r G I v i<: N PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 1420 Congress Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 WOfZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLA SSICAL-LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC AMBULANCE SERVICE 5-5844 Irving Blasberg, Treasurer RUSSELL A. NICELEY. FUNERAL DIRECTOR MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GR oUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jac ^ „ Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesea 5hei m~ For Further Information Phon 9-2664. 4-59M or^ PALMER FUNERAL CHAPE*



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L A Y OC TOBER 31. 1947 •Jew/stricr/dF/an PAGE THIRTEEN ireau Announces itner Scholarship Ah executive board of the BuP"' (ll ; Jewish Education unaniP", C cepted the offer of Mrs. K Rattier to establish a Rip in memory of her lat ITbe known as the Charles A. Encr Sc! olarshlp for the AdCemenl ol Jewish Education 1 ',[, w ill be in the form of %  ,nnu illy ver a P en d of b years iter which the offer hirenewed. %  %  Details of the scholarship and luirements will be announced [the neai future," Max Meisel. Udent of the Bureau anEnced. inday School Teachers Attend Seminary I* series oi Seminars for Jewi Sunday School teachers will conducted by the Bureau of Iwish Education beginning lursday, November 6, according I A PG 'i nos executive direc^ of th( Bureau. Each seminar jH be devoted to particular ades, during which objectives, m S tci tuques and textbooks iill be dii ussed. I First of the meetings which k to be eld on Thursdays, will [concei trated on work of teach. of Kindergarten and Grades [and II. Mrs. Ethel Grossman, kervisi i the Pre-school kinfrgarten al the Miami Y.M. & F.H.A.. will conduct the meeting lartinR at 8 p.m. in the office of fce Bureau, 318 Congress Bldg. jthers who will participate are jydncy Greenberg, principal of jie Hebrew and Sunday School 1 Temple Beth Sholom; Herbert tckerman, Educational director Miami Beach Jewish Center; |r. Ganm s, and several local abbis. Opening fall meeting of the Miami chapter. Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress on October 22, brought Dr. David S. Andron. president of Miami Beach Hebrew Academy, as guest speaker to the Colonial hotel. A Dutch-treat schmorgasbord luncheon followed the meeting in the Shell Room. Seated left to right are: Mrs. Mark Kaplan, fund-raising chairman, Miami chapter; Miss Clara Goldenberg. divisional membership chairman; Mrs. Louis Glasser, Florida Women's division president; Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. president. Miami chapter; Dr. ndron; Mrs. Leonore Curtice, location service chairman; Mrs. Jack Schieff. recording secretary; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, member ship chairman, Miami chapter; Mrs. A. A. Haydym,, law and social action chairman; Mrs. Herbert Silver, prograjrt chairman; and Mrs. Lucille Goldenberg. contralto radio artist v/tio appeared on the program. Consultation Service Is Offered By Veteran's Administration Office foonlight Excursion iMoonli Excursion on the eminole Queen II under the onsorsiup of Workmen's Circle Iranch 692 and Women's club of (liami B< ach, previously postered because of inclement eather. will start from pier (i of piamj Ya h\ Basin, November 2 7 p.m. Entertainment and reeshmen!~ are planned. IRiervations may be made by ailing Mr Leon Elkin, 5-1317. Beginning Monday, November^ 3, Jack Burd, accredited officer of United States Veterans Administration, will be available al Miami "Y" for veterans consultation about problems concerning compensation, hospitalization, disabilities, it was announced jointly by Leon Kaplan, president of Miami YM & WHA, and Burnett Roth, commander of the Florida Department of Jewish War Veterans. Mr. Burd is authorized by Washington, D. C. to represent all veterans at adjudication hearings in Miami. His office hours will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 1567 S.W. 5th st., and evenings by special appointment. Having taken a special course at Pass A. Grille Beach, St. Petersburg, for service officers, Mr. Burd will offer his services free of charge or other compensation to all veterans, regardless of faith or creed. He is a veteran of World War I. Mrs. Maurice Grossman Addresses Hadassah Series of lectures and discussions on various projects of Hadassah will be resumed this season on Monday, November 3 at 2 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th ave., it was announced by Mrs. Morris Weinberg, cultural chairman of Miami group. Mrs. Maurice Grossman will takeup work of Youth Aliyah at this opening of the series which takes place the first Monday of each month. All members and friends are asked to attend. Assisting Mrs. Weinberg will be Mrs. Joel Belov. Mrs. A. J. Plotkin, treasurer of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, will open her home at 1240 Lenox ave. for a meeting of the Board of Directors, Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. President Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will officiate. Regular rehearsals of the Miami Jewish Folk chorus will lake place each Tuesday, 8 p.m., at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, Washington ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach. Mrs. Harold Cohen, membership chairman, announced that new members are Buifet Dinner Launches Beach Membership Drive Membership drive of Miami Beach lodge of B"nai B'rith will be launched Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. at a buffet dinner in honor of drive captains and workers, at Temple Beth Sholom. President Walter Kovner announced that Jack Abott, president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges, and Harold Turk, district membership chairman, will be principal speakers. Regular business meeting of the group will follow with a program prepared by members of the Miami Beach Youth Center. Goal for the drive has been set at 200 members, Kovner said. Workman's Cirvto Rofipon School Workmen's Circle School of Miami has re-opened for their third year at the W.C. building, 1545 S.W. 3rd st. 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HBBBBBBB • APM #'#? Fkiridffon i HEAR YE NATIONS! The following plea to the United Nations was written by Rabbi Manuel Laderman. of the Hebrew Educational Alliance, in Denver. Copies were forwarded to the United Nations' delegates at Lake Success and evoked favorable nationwide comment. Hear Ye Nations: I am a Jew I am one of a people of about ten million. If I had been speaking to you tan years ago, 1 would have put that number at sixteen million. I speak to you because, despite all the evidence to the contrary. l believe in justice. 1 was taught, and my ancestors before me, back for the lasl three thousand years and moi e, I iit justice is the handmaiden of thi Almighty. "Ar.d the Holy Lord is sanctified of righteousness." ... 1 may be mistaken to u. approach. Perhaps I ought to tell you of power, of oil, ol ration for war. Possibly those are the arguments that mean mort in you judgment. But 1 have the fault of my peopl< lieve in justice, and .'•• men do, too. We believi that the pei son A hi n you oi tH> -Unaworld gloi ify, leai ned Iron; Ji wish salt the same ideals which guide us, W< believe tl at you ol the Mohamend to thi founder learned ii : ,: foi he H into j %  'k. the K and quoted Moses ar.d 1 with admiration and approval. sessions, then families are all destroyed. Allow them to settle down, to sink roots, to make I,,,:, es They are a hardy lot, oi %  i v too would have joined those whose rotting corpses oil „f Europe. The^ are idealistic lot, or tl ej would destroyed tl e i selves Fertilize an iav< ere tl Is minted to Egypt and Assyria nd Babylon. We are not propht> now. butwe see some strangi coincidences in history Some among us even see some iupernatural power at work in he grievous troubles that Engand is having to keep her little sland from sinking beneath the caveoi the oceans she I as so ong domii ated. Some-among us vould like I,, help thai proci ss dom:. by refusing any more landouts to the tottering Bank >f England, and other n Jut most o! US air loo selltlne l.il lor that. We wish he: .veil. We don't think she is so s Stupid, and pray remembrance of the exodus from The world, your world, can ill afford to span i. is vast resource of manpower. Hi .,:. y, Nations, I am a Jew. Iio has a persist* nt memory ol event the Exodus from All of oui religion has wi a great %  I,, that occasion, "In Heai Y' Nat ns ol' a p ople who \\\ I ise.1 after thi ; that 1 would he equi and thoug : : Wi n %  intelli ,.i oui %  ever; : %  ... • | t— [ tal i %  %  w en Chim se. w ere ved whi n Poland a century, had I Ii many and F velop their co nl • we conti ibuti gained only t %  Russian C Russian pi ogron mity of Polish pi Befon England wit Wil queror, only to be 1290, Wi te the great glory of Fi i I were li ivn out in 1182, and then in 13i)ti. and again in 1394. We kept coming back you see, whenever a new promise was made. • Hear Ye N lions: I am a Jew. of a people that havi fault of living despite your efforts to put an %  nd to us. Long ago we WHO called "a -tubbom nation," and we have always continued that way. You trie.! to wipe us out in many ways The simplest seemed the sword. The craltni way was by inveigling us to I ecome like you through conversion, and intermarriage and assimilation. Of course when we took you at your word, you were 1 not very happy. and soon reverted to the older. more clear-cut way of destruction. But we lived. You killed us in Wars of Religion, in Crusades, in wars of nations and of races, but we lived. And the greater sin was that we outlived some of your progenitors—the Roman Empire, the Spanish Empire, the Russian Emperors. Once we had prophets who said it was the judgment of God that those who oppress Israel shall be destroyed. They or a 11 tui n of I which \ as oner the English boast. I say we lived. We also learned .omething. We learned to fight lack. We learned to resist T i iard way. Thi way of a Wa %  hetto uprising where most ol iiii pi ople were killed. As pan i French undei ground. The v,,y of refusing to be stymied beallSe a Paper mistake: ly ailed •Vhite wo the doors of : c hope in oui faces T %  .ay of buying boats in America, %  uttit' • m in north Africa, lling then, in Norway, and ur.nirg a blockade across the nean. It's hard for us o learn this new way. For too %  \ i wer indocti inated with • at our way is "The -Reading voice of Jacob and the lands is the way of Esau." wl ich "lake it and like it." Wi 'n this new way, and il believi oi ly in a kil d of resistance We • i word which our invented "terror." It'uni y in a way. if you will pet bit of hun it* ii tl is plea— 'hat we, thi victims of all the ah ul.ded skill of k:!!:' g and e\that wi an "Terrorists." But that isn't our wayI we are here in this ing with you, We want to ike i • mit of the nl those mistaken \ Ye want them to go I ack to their : their plows and their if ym will oi ly I elp 'ut it is well that you shall know • then ia new specii '. I' WOn't be .-pat %  i %  around and i ind tl %  thai k you N ".ill we ai n of youi i n in i e counThose five %  Jev ish boys Stars and • d io belii re I liki all ol • %  md theii due as equals tance is thai I : It a : ew slogan vith .pie they have %  !o into your calculatioi s too. • Hi YI Nations, I am a Jew whose hrart bleeds for those who ne lun ped logethi t:, ihastly abbreviation HP's. Don't thing of a tern DP's Think of men and women and children. Ti.uk of individual! th 1 d feet and heartIS '''•' %  '. ith sell kins, who live and cry and are ssed. In your Christiai "ue. you have a : of one whom you callei 'I e Sim m Man." who I t0 lay his head. The-,. all sons and daughters of they have no place to lay tin i r heads. Oh yes, the:, barracks, and camps and run B >ut they have the ancient Biblical curse upon them "and your lfe thread will hang ever before you." Think of lhem rather and %  an men. say "There but, for the grace o God and the atomic bomb go we —hornless, displaced, uprooted and help them find a place of their own to lay their weary heads. America w as built by displaced ns. Australia is „ vast continent peopled bv displaced persons. Never has the world seen people who were as displaced as They have no roots anyEgypt." Hi toi ians are i ol quite sun what year tl at look place ximately 3200 ago, but it has been the I igh mark ol oui faitl always. V^v it us that God was close I : pli ,1 God cares when om natioi ei slaves another. II spoki Ol lie. dom loins and foi .dl mankind. Exod was a beautiful word One ration among you spoiled it. Oni na tion, which itsell boasts that it Bibli %  tion; which has people who belie', i I ey are th ten lost tribi I Israel; which has given to the world the most beautiful tianslation :: i" English of the Bible, where that first is story is told th it • atioi i l:a word Exodus by it.stupid and wicked policies, When 4f)0n 0 | my people boarded a boat in July io A hich they had given the wondrous name "Exodus of 1947" they tl ought they had assured themselves of a with that name. Ii was thi promise ol freedom, it meant that they might lift tl eir Leads !.'•, n in ithe hid of their fathers. It meant that exih and DP camps and calories measured out grudgingly were behind them and i i ew life waahead. Not an i asy life, • ol milk and honey, but struggle and sweat and toil and tears in the new land it n eant that they would I'd -'Hie mace nf mi' d. and all •be othei DP's would havi ope, that soon they might gel a chance to make their EXODUS. 't was not a propaganda stir l as some wicked people Would I avi vou believe, anymore than the Declaration of Independence was i propaganda stunt, oi Magi.a Carta, or thi Russian a: d French .'ion.-, or the high principles 'f Sun Yat Sen among mo ern Chinesi. or the revolt of Tous%  L'Ouverture lor the negro -laves, it was to be their EXO'H'S from horror. ish are Tl ey didn't g,t there. Or ratl ei lid—just long enough to be ricked into turning hack. Others 1 -l out in boa's and not made it storms, holes in the otton hke the Patria and the Struma. But this was differed. This was entirely man-made. Ihev wen tucked into believing 1 •' %  '" • %  ipped to Cy14,000 othei Jew. %  wait their turn to come home ficia] Bi uish docuirefully pn pared in four '"-'" h they understood promised them a temporary de' Cyprus. A kind of en ,'"'" hall wan 0 Palestine, Documei isthe Gestapo also documents, when it took a "| %  business away from i Jew, and gave be.. a document '" %  that b e had sold n to lh '" "' own tree will And 'low to,, documents to lure • "ff thi ii EXODUS sh i British back instead te t;. Three of the,,, made i: to Pal estine-three who had been lulled on the high seas, outside Pales'"•p territorial waters, when the i' : "";' boat of the British ImPfrtal Navy, the A.IAX. had atattack ed ..... "dangerous criminal'who had dared to seek exodus. Three dead Jews found a haven n Pah.-,me. Dead Jews Jwaya beer welcomed ii Palestine, And for the rest-the long way I ack to Germany. Why Germany' 1 Well there will lure men ip, and onto took them i n any. where. Their homes, "their ^'that" '••>"* -—"? Sh rtage you i ..urtage — ts what his Majesty* governmint explained in the great forum of human liberty — the House of Commons. There is a housil g shortage, and the only place that Jews who dare to at• oinpt an exodus can be housed is in Germany. And when they were brought in Hamburg, the solicitous British official had three degrees of compulsion available—that, too, is a quotation from a British docum nt — (1) Manhanding. (2) Ship's hose-pipes, (3) Tear gas. But what the document doesn't tell you is that to make their ignominy complete, they were luried over to 500 German poI ei men to guard them. And all this happened in the very week when your special committee had published its report, and specifically and unai imously recommended that 150,000 Jews should be admitted into Palestine. This was done under the terms of a resolution which you here in this Assembly passed, that nothing should be done to disturb the situation with regard to Palestine. You will excuse it gentlemen of the United Nations if a Jew sometimes gets hysterical in the face of such events. • • Here ye nations. I am a Jew who believes that a Jewish state must be established in Palestine i! we are to find any kind ol peace. No other solution will do what statehood for Israel will do. We want to join you here, we want to raise our voices not on lUCh sufferance as I have permitted myself today, but with vou. The debate is over on what lews are—nation, race, religion. anomaly of history. Your own committee recognized that. The British committee ten years ago unclei Lord Peel, reognized that. Every act of discrimination against one of us recognizes that we are a people. When you deny us the protection of the laws which all other men have you recognize that. I am not happy with suggestions of dividing up Palestine into Jewish and Arab states. Mr. Churchill divided Palestine. Jewish Palestine, in 1921, and took away three quarters of what was legitimately ours then. Now you ropose to take still more away. and leave us room for a "statei Hi." If our cry for justice would move you. you would declare all of Western Palestine and of the Transjordan, a Jewish late. You would know, deep down in your hearts, that no injury would come to any other people. You would know, because some seventeen investigations have proved it, that Jews have not injured any Arabs, nor are they likely to. You would know that the cause of peace, the caus< of the United Nations, will never have a truer Iriend than a Jewish Palestine. You would know t: at a Jewish Palestine will be a tulwark of freedom in a section of the world where that word is relatively unknown. And you would know that the new Jews. With their new spirit, will take care of themselves in a Jewish state. Why a state? Because every other experiment tried has failed My people want no more handouts or doles. It wants no more developing lands for others to come to diSDOSses them from. It wantno African desert or Alaskan wild or Australian bush gountry. It wants a home—in the one pot on earth where it has proved best its tab nt for homemaking. You know well—you have probably grown tired of hearing it— that my people have wrought miracles in the wasteland of Palestine—that they have the Will to reclaim soil and build a future for the whole Near East I ol for themselves alone — so that -idion which was once a Garden of Eden may be one again, for all our neighbors, who ;ow so shortsightedly keep us out. W v a statt? Not for the trappings of statehood but for 'he benefits of a home—so that our people will not be stateless and homeless and displaced anymore-—nth at our people will have recourse to your own system of states, and not be dependFRIDAY, JNTHEM^ Dear Editor; In the debate no* !" >rthe s„ lullon no 0 Problem. p ,. rn M leader w,, u i d the position taken CS**1 can Council f or y J tl *i membeis ., ,. IL 1 ^ thePji som e i for American | vh affir m speaks for ts insists : faitl Ji no one soli thei,. men,!*,,. s t*akj|] MM of "Posal of t£. ( c mmitt,; Jews. In i. Oil, the Nations Special Palestine f or a Hi,,; • ,in and heeafel 1 Jewish and an JiS^H to conform tessential i,, peace. It stability and racial, ,„ ,, nic fl "relft doomed h. bloodshed Jon' -ssaa for Judai m, through T??| dpnt Lsing j. R £ n Jj u f' Plan wherStl Pales,,nencblem could |?J P ,an > the cxtSJI ooo j, „ T, lsplaced w>hout,,,,,, yandnotm J part of any partition or DO? plan but rather that it £| solely upon humanitarian 1 lives, The salient points of the J are as foil m 1) The United Nations** be nami d Trustee for Patefc without delay. 2) Self-government at u Wliesl le time shall bew primary objj dive of the Tn^n The con try's readiness for* government shall be detenu*! by the Trustee. 3) Immediate provision M be made for the admission rf 150,000 Displaced Persons of Jnish faith. 4) Subsequent immigna : shall be di termined by the lav existing government of Palesoa' 5) Simultaneous with the solution of the Palestine probld the men; ers of the Unitedfr tions are morally bound toibnt among then the remaining D placed 1' i of all faiths si national origins. 6) The United States z* take the leadership in advoausj this solution of the Displaced Pasons problem in the United ft tions by -, tai il pledge thatewj possible if: rt will be made* secure %  legislation to limit our fair share of DispW Persoi is country. Full del ul of this plan tost been forwardi I to Secretary lb*' shall foi the omsiderationoftB United Stati delegation in* United Nations Assembly. You; very truly, BENJAMIN E. BRONSTffll I ent on the individual whim* any one country. You have greater prot* than the can ol a few hur.oW thousand : : able Jews. W nave a world to rebuild, ate* energy ti trol, questions* power to HidyourseW and the : hls n "? unrest. Men say we are a Pf jt bargainers. If ."* •he justice I our claim %  whole of Palestine, you ably win us • ^er to a par' give it to a without stn*J mandate. Give* right to call tW own-and you %  • u will be record memory of ig King of PWJ protVlied "the an" 0 lintd government ously in its people the souls their be blessed in the time pie—like Cyrus, whom wi one of G-d.'* ^ Help our people regal faith. They pray for y*J2 the success ol y-ur de UDB Grant the ^/JK** plea, this ::^^f, e 5 i of a people's '"*' a f fcrtH need, that they may go ^ the New Yea, with W (or hearts-joy ..nvng us ( a tunate Jews for the re ^ one hope is l)k ncu Yi.Toel.



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IAY. OCTOBER SI. 1949 iversity Symphony Opening To sent Brazilian Pianist Novaes .nine soloist with the uni--— —— fc of Miami Symphony orVan Paasen Features E su U afternoon at 4:30 K. Guiomar Novaes, BraziJ D '„;,. ho also will appear f he orchestra in Monday's K a. 8:30 p.m. Both Us will be presented under in,. Conductor ModrAllo.. the Miami Senior .,,„.,; auditorium. will play Saint 4 in C Minor. fjetrislilkrklhii PAGE FIFTEEN Callahan & Stuzin Open Beach Offices r.e. N U' Corn erto No. Lor of the memory of the hound.-, of the symphony orIru An ild Volpe, the or[' w iU present "Andante ,bile" from his Quartette in lajor. A firsl presentation in w il! b" the playing of the l^eol iini's opera "L'As i Di O : u '-" s „ included on the program be i % %  • aikowsky's SymL v No 6 in B Minor (PathetiI tht n ovemente of which lAdagio: Allegro non troppo. gro con grazia, Allegro molto L ami Finale, Adagio laloso. tier artists for the season inyehudi Menuhin, Alex, Kip: Gregory Piatigor|Buggi Ricco, Helen TrauWiicl Malcuzynsky and |iel Ken Concerts are to apin p. addition to the symphony the University is bringing fcha Elma for his fourth conItive year, December 8; also, chanih i music concerts by iFimArl Quartet, February Ind 11, and an entire Beetfcn piano recital by Henriette helson. January 12. The last conn..will take place in llecturi' i all on the new main Ipuas well as recitals by Wrs of the University music Jltylodi'stf Alloo is entering his usicaJ director and luctoi oi the symphony which started in 1926 by the late lold Volpe; Joe Belov serves issocintr conductor, Mrs. ArVolpe is >n charge of arlements. tr. Elman was the first inter(onally known artist to appear tht group in 1935. Dance Party Sunday bll I hold theii jy, Sundi j Jewish C fywood, ac ncement b pdent, Herbert he dam e, available Ihe dour. ,odge, B'nai B'rith annual Fall dance November 2, at ommunity Center, cording to an any Irving Hoffman, Heiden, chairman states that tickets from members or Lecture Series Men's club of Temple Israel and White Temple Men's club will jointly sponsor a Town Hall lecture series forum featuring four internationally konwn speakers beginning November 25. Herman Binder, forum committee chairman, announced that Pierre Van Paassen, author and lecturer on European affairs will open the series. Other speakers are: Dorothy Thompson, author, lecturer, and radio commentator; John Temple Graves, II, editor, author and columnist; and Harold J. Kennedy, playwright, actor and producer. Because of the great demand for tickets expected, seats will be offered to members of the two sponsoring organizations before they will be available to the public, Mr. Binder said. Jewish Congress Drama On Local Radio Program A socio-drama of personal incidents which the Commission of Community Inter-relations has presented throughout the country will be sponsored by American Jewish Congress, Monday, November 3, over Station WGS. 10 a.m., on the "Jane Recommends" program. Mike Cooper of the youth group, Mark Caplan, vice-president of the "men's chapter, and Mrs. Louis Glasscr, president of Florida Women's division, will evaluate the method of "how to -quelch a bigot" which appeared in Pageant magazine last July. Rose Chapter Meeting Rose chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Damash, 1620 S.W. 9th st., Tuesday, November 4, according to Mrs. Maxine Reinhard, president of the group. C. R. Jacobsen, executive secretary of B'nai B'rith council, will discuss functions ol the council before the women. Plans will be made for a party at Veterans hospital late in November. A quiz program and social will follow the business meeting. — NEW PLEDGES WELCOMED Iota Alpna Pi welcomed new pledges with a luncheon and swim party at the Vanderbilt hotel, Sunday. Those honored were Misses Miriam Brauner, Florence Finklestein, Sharlene Gershon. Gloria Greenberg, Janice Greenberg, Sunny Goldberg, Roslyn Goodis, Elayne Paulson, Shirley Reich, and Myrna Schlossberg. ^America's finest cleaning Call 3-6601 fflWHiK NEIGH aoHHOODftTORES EVERYWHERE HE WAS OUR FRIENDHE MADE A GOOD CHIEF OF POLICE VOTE FOR H. LESLIE QUIGG FOR CITY COMMISSIONER Compliments o/ the CHIEFS FRIENDS IO PDLI TICAL ADVERTIBCMtNT David Stuzin Callahan & Stuzin, certified DUblic accountants in the duPont Bldg., announces the opening of its Miami Beach office to be loi ated at 436-37 Mercantile National Bank Bldg. This office is to facilitate the management of business, accounting, and and tax problems of its Miami Beach clients, and to expand its present existing facilities, revealed David Stuzin, who will be direct supervisor of the branch. Stuzin and W. J. Callahan organized the firm in April of 1943. Mr. Stuzin is the vice-president ol Miami chapter of Florida Instiute of Accountants, and a member of American Institute of Accountants. National Association of Cost Accountants, New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants and Municipal Finance Officers Association. Forn erly treasurer of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce, he has also served as director of the Miami Y.M. & W.H.A. Sisterhood Bazaar Is Set For January A bazaar to raise funds for the support of Temple Beth Sholom Religious school was arranged at the first board meeting of the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Alexander Kogan presiding. The affair will take place in the Temple Patio grounds January 21 and 22, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Chairman of the bazaar will be Mrs. Allan Becker with Mrs. Camille Baum as co-chairman. Others appointed were: Mrs. Simon Wolf, bakery; Mrs. Louis Krensky, aprons; Mrs. Joseph Arkin, flowers; Mrs. Joseph Hart, dining room; Mrs. Herbert Gutn Bl religious gifts; Mrs. Murray Maurer, smoke shop; Mrs. Bert Whiteman, toys; Mrs. Samuel Kelemer. music; Mrs. Louis Goldman, fortune teller; Mrs. David Levinson, soft drinks; Mrs. Ben Seidler. candy; Mrs. Morris Borick, frankfurters; Mrs. Irving Rothman groceries: Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, gift shop; Mrs. Leo Robinson, hamburgers: Mrs. Abe Zinnamon, coffee Mrs. Isadore C. Greenberg and Mrs. Harry Kohn, cashiers. Mizrachi Chapter Names New Officers Tamara chapter of Mizrachi Women of Greater Miami will hold a general meeting at the home of Mrs. I. Slatsky, 1820 S. W. 6th St., November 5 at 8 p.m. Newly chosen officers of the group include: Mrs. Israel Yulush, president; Mrs. Louis Makovsky, first vice-president; Mrs. Murray Grauer, second vicepresident; Mrs. Irving Katz, third vice-president; Mrs. B. L. Klein, corresponding sec; Mrs. Jack Kane; recording sec; Mrs. Slatsky, financial sec; and Mrs R. Maigolics, treasurer. Mrs. Emanuel Karger is organizational advisor to the group, representing the national office of Mizrachi. Mrs. Theodore Landesman will serve as cultural chairman and Mrs. Martin Rothschild as membership chairman SHELDON BRIS SUNDAY A bris for Mark Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Greene, was held at their home, 334 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, Sunday. Rabbi Lasarus Lehrer of 1560 S.W. 5th St., performed the ceremony, Rabbi S. Schulrran and Cantor J. Rosenstein assisted. FLOORS Sanded and Finished 5c a square foot and up. Expert Workmanship Phones 3-9777—3-7966 VETS—TED and JESS MEN! BUY QUALITY Fine Clothes From Fine Makers" Ounranteed Savings t<> 509S SILK FINISH GABARDINE SUITS S50 — $65 Regulars. Longs, Shorts, Stouts FORSTMANN SILK BARATHEA GABARDINE SLACKS S20 — $25 "Short Rise a Specialty" Direct Factory Prices Austin II. 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PAGE SIXTEEN vjwMrkrkflan FRIDAY, OC TOBER |J UVES OF OUR TIME3 JiM£LJAC0BJOM£R_ k, NORMAN .„ d W /ffMl MAN WHO WAS ALMOST SINGLEHANDEDLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ELIMINATION OF MALARIA IN THE HOIV LAND, HAS SINCE HIS DEATH IN 1944 BEEN CALLED THE JEWISH MARTYR OF DR.KUGLER WAS 0KN AND EDUCATED IN AMERICA. BY 1920. AT THE AGE OF 51. HE HAD ALREADY WORKED WITH N06UCHI ON YELLOW FEVER RESEARCH IN PERU AND MEXICO, AND WAS ENGAGED IN RESEARCH IN THE ROUEfMN INSTITUTE LABORATORIES >0^' SsfcAWHEN THE URGENT CALL CAME THR0U6H TO HIM IN 1920 PLEADING FOR HIS IMMIDIATE HELP IN COMBATTING THE EVILS OF MALARIA IN PALESTINE,DR.KUGLER DIDN'T HESITATE/ HE LEFT HIS SPARKLIN6 WHITE LABORATORY. AND DEPARTEO FOR THE DISEASE-FILLED SWAMPS OF THE EAST. FIVE YEARS LATIR.THE MALARIA COMMISSION OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS VTSITW PALESTINE TO OBSERVE THE PROGRESS OF KUUER'S WORK.THEY MPORTED THAT THE RESEARCH STATION AT ROSH PINAH WAS ONE OF THE BEST EXAMPLES OF MALARIA CONTROL EVER ESTABLISHED/ ^ WOWHK WITH HADASSAH M £M PLANS FOR THE STRAUS HEALTH CENTER AMD THE ROTHSCHIlD-HAC;.:SAH UNlVEKlTV HOSPITAL IN JERUSALEM, r, iS INVAUUII AID SPRANG FROM AN INTENSE DESKEtt VY0RJ5 fOR HIS PEOPLE AND HIS Ujjp/ AT THE OUTBREAK OF WAR,PROF. KLIGLER CREATED A COUNCIL OF ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES TO DISCUSS FOOD PROBLEMS. ITS WORK INCLUDED STIMULATED PRODUCTION AND THE IMPORT AND EXPORT OF ALL FOOD NECESSITIES. THE WAR SPREAD/AND SO DID DOCTOR KLIGIER'S ACTIVITIES.ON BEHALF OF THE JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE, HE WENT TO YEMEN TO ORGANIZE RELIEF IOR THOUSANDS OF SUFFERING, HUNGERRACKED, SICK REFUGEES. WEN POLISH SOLDIERS, SENT TO THE NEAR EAST WERE STRICKEN WITH TYPHUS, IT WAS KLIGLER WHO RACED TO THEIR QUARANTINED BARRACKS TO BRING THEM BACK TO HEALTH. IN GRATITUDE FOR HIS SERVICES, HE WAS AWARDED AN HONORARY MEDAL BY TIE POLISH GOVERNMENT. AS HEAD Of THE DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY ANO HYGIENE AT THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN JERUSALEM. PROF. KLIGLER CONTINUED TO SUPERVISE THE YOUNG DISCIPLES WHO WERE TO CARRY ON HIS WORK. ALL TOO MM THE END CAME. AT THE fcbtOf^jT SUDDENLY MED. TODAY, HIS NAME IS SPOKEN ttffHTU BY GRATEFUL MOTHERS WHOSE CHILDREN ARE FREE FROM RICKETS,BY ARDEHT COLONISTS WHO CAN BUILD THEIR NEW HOMES WITHOUT FEAR OF MUAbl BY REFU6EES WHOSE UVES ARE BEING UCOlh STRUCTED WITH THE HELP OF HIS MEDICAL AIDS THIS THE'JEWIStl MARTYR OF SCIENCE'Carnival Hall \rmisli<-' "X %  tiI %  %  lii Coral l.ihlrs An Armistice Night Carnival ball will be sponsored by the Coral Gables lodge, B'nai B'rith, i Tuesday, November 11. 8 p.m..' at the Coral Gables Women's club, 1009 E. Ponce de Leon Blvd., Culminating the membership! drive ol the Indue, the affair is %  under the leadership of Oscar Sindell, who announces that prizes for outstanding work in the drive will be awarded. Games and entertainment have been planned in carnival booths especially constructed for the occasion by Sam Schulefield, dance chairman. Coral Gables Women's chapter will serve refreshments. Sidm y Richman is ticket C "Birthday Sunday" For Hollywood Jewish Center A monthly "Birthday Sunday" was among the plans made by Parent Teachers Group of the Religious School of Hollywood Jewish Center at their first meeting this week, it was revealed by Chairman Mrs. Ruth Slater. Children whose birthdays occur within any school month will be honored the last Sunday of the month at a birthday luncheon given by their mothers for the entire school, Mrs. Slater explained. Celebrating last Sunday were: Joel Sachs, Rita Mannhein, Melvin Green. Flora Gbldaman, Florence Oppenheim, and Ralph Perry. "Over 21" Club Officers Recently elected officers of tho "Over 21" club which meets at the Miami Beach Y on Tuesday evenings, are President Jerry Brodsky, Vice-president Jewel Labor, Recording Secretary Mickey Rabin, Treasurer Norman Green, and Corresponding Secretary Roz Schnider. Club members roller skate on Wednesday evenings and bowl at Brunswick Bowland, Fridays at 9 o'clock. Cornblum, decorations: Max Weinberg and Sam Weissel, entertainment and prizes; and Sidney Lewis, publicity. Tickets will be available at the door. Masquerade Barbecue Forty or more guests, all with costumes and masks, are expected by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dreyfuss at their masquerade barbecue tomorrow night, 120 W. San Marino drive. Prizes will be awarded to the best costumes. We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 31, 1947

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

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The Jewish Floridian
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October 31, 1947

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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It ST OF 900,000 mm ABB AVAILABLE FOR MXSPECTtON AT JEWISH FLORiDIAN
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^ME 20 NUMBER 44
FEDERATION TO HONOR OVERSEAS
LEGATION AND KEYMEN'S CLUB
More than 400 members of the Keymen's Club of the
xeater Miami Jewish Federation, a group comprising those who
iok a major part in the organization's fund raising campaign
jst spring, will be honored together with members of the or-
anization's overseas mission at a reception next Sunday after-
at the Hotel Columbus. *"
MIAMI. FLORIDA, OCTOBER 31, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ioon
delegation consists of! f^Qj\ PrODertV
drs. Monte Selig, chairman of
he special gifts section of the
Vomen's Division in Federation's
|947 campaign; Rabbi Irving
Lehrman of the Miami Beach
lewish Center; and Max Orovitz,
To Be Returned
BERLIN, (JTA)A law pro-
viding for the return of Jewish
and other property illegally
onorary president of Federation^ geized dud ^ ^ j
Herbert Scher, chairman of the fead f implementation The
eymen's Club, will preside and
vill distribute Keymen Certifi-
cates and Pins to some 200 men
jid women whose efforts in the
ast campaign earned them this
kcognition. Speakers will be
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
he Federation's 1947 fund-rais-
ng campaign; Joseph Rose, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association; Abraham
joodman, representing the United
lewish Appeal, and Jacob Sher,
president of Federation.
In announcing the send-off re-
eption, Mr. Sher said that the
|roup was making this flying visit
study conditions in Palestine
^nd Europe in preparation for
he 1948 drive of the Federation
which will be launched next Jan-
uary. They plan to leave Miami
donday for New York, then fly
Irom New York November 5th
or Paris. Their itinerary takes
hem to Poland, Czechoslovakia,
Vienna, Italy, Germany and
Palestine. The delegation will re-
pirn to Miami early in Decem-
er.
Hostesses for the reception in-
clude: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
its. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Nat Wil-
liams, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs.
Harold Spaet, Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
'iJrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. A. B. Mey-
ers, Mrs Nathaniel Levin, Mrs.
ilax Dreyer, Mrs. Herbert Scher,
its. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Ed. J.
reinstein, Mrs. Harry Platoff,
Urs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Max
)rovitz, Ms, Irving Lehrman and
Kiss Pollv Gershon.
lexico To Permit
Naturalization of Jews
MEXICO CITY. (JTA) A
group of Jewish refugees fron
Europe who came to this coun-
ty on tourist visas have been
nade eligible for naturalization,
t was revealed here. They will
Mso be permitted to accept em-
ployment which they were not
flowed to do formerly.
[The government's decision,
Jianded down by the Ministry of
F Interior, followed appeals by
Jewish leaders representing the
>"nt Distribution Committee.
decree will be promulgated either
later this week or early next
week, as soon as it is signed by
Gen. Lucius D. Clay, American
commander in Germany.
The measure, which will apply
only to the American zone, re-
presents the failure to secure
agreement on legislation cover-
ing the British and American
zones.
The AMG reaction to the Brit-
ish order of last week, instruct-
ing all persons to register prop-
erty in their possession which was
obtained on racial, religious or
political grounds, is that it is the
first step towards a British resti-
tution law. It is pointed out, how-
ever, that there is no indication
when such a law will be forth-
coming, and the AMG sources be-
lieve that nothing definite will be
done until the international sit-
uationmeaning Palestine is
clarified.
Bi-National State Problem Reported
Shaping Into Compromise Solution
PARTITION SUB-COMMITTEE STUDIES
MANDATE TERMINATION, TRANSITION
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA) The United Nations sub-com-
mittee on partition, anxious to reach an understanding on the
major issues involving partition, decided to hold informal closed
sessions to discuss, primarily, the question of when the mandate
should be terminated, who should be the transitional authority
and the duration of the transition period.
The first such closed session j*
was devoti d almost exclusively with regard to the length of the
to an exposition by Moshe Sher- transition period and the time
tok, Jewish Agency political chief,; limit for termination of the man-
on the boundaries of the Jewish
state. Using a blackboard, Sher-
tok outlined the parts of Pales-
tine in which the Jews are par-
ticularly interested and explained
why it is imperative that West-
ern Galilee and other sections of
the country be included in the
date, nor on the question of the
U.N. administration of Palestine
during the transition period. He
urged that in order to speed up
the work of the sub-committee,
the body be divided Into two
working groups:
One group to work on recom-
l Medical School
ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA) A
little over $2,000,000, half of the
$4,000,000 being sought to estab-
lish the first undergraduate med-
ical school in Palestine, has al-
ready been raised the remainder
is expected during the coming
year, it was announced here at a
pre-convention breakfast attend-
ed by several hundred leaders of
Hadassah who have been active
in the medical school drive which
is sponsored by the organization
and the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.
Chaim Yassky, director of the
Hadassah medical organization in
Palestine, principal speaker at
gathering, reported that the medi-
cal school would open in the fall
of 1948 with 50 students in the
first class. Stressing the need of
adequate medical care for the
masses of DP's which Palestine
expects to receive shortly, Yassky
declared that increased hospital
care, public health, mental hy-
giene, child welfare and screen-
ing for tuberculosis will be as im-
portant as housing and jobs m
the projected Jewish state.
DERATION PLANS SESSION FOR
OCAL AGENCY BUDGET HEARINGS
niti al a8encies affiliated
f"n the Greater Miami Jewish
federation made plans this week
f replantation at the Local
agency Day Hearing scheduled
F ^nday, November 9, at the
P*w headquarters of the Federa-
p0". 420 Lincoln road.
ion T'' llloir Executive Direc-
lent h uSer>cies agreed to a
native program and time
fcflt fr the day- The meet-
fc*? th>' Directors was held last
Em rv y night at the Federa-
ls,, ufIlce and was presided over
Krw"!1 KaPlan. Chairman of the
Piratic.,, Budget Sub-Commit-
n Local Agencies.
In presenting the plan for the
hearing, Mr. Kaplan told the Ex-
ecutives that it was "a democratic
step forward in our budgeting
process and great benefits will
accrue to the community as well
as to the agencies involved."
Victor Garvey, Secretary of the
Budget Committee, said that the
time schedule would provide for
an average presentation period of
45 minutes for each agency. The
presentations will be made in
three stages, the first a statement
of the agency's historical develop-
ment and scope of program by
its President; the second a de-
Continued on Page 6)
proposed Jewish state. Shertok mendations dealing with the
spoke at the suggestion of the
Canadian delegate that the in-
formal session start with a dis-
cussion of the boundaries.
The decision to hold closed ses-
sions was taken with the consent
of the American and Soviet dele-
gations, whichalthough favor-
ing partitiondo not see eye to
eye on certain aspects concerning
implementation of a partition de-
cision. The chief differences cen-
ter around the length of the
transition period and the United
Nations authority during the
transition period.
It is felt that these differences
will be reconciled at the informal
sessions, thus paving the way for
quick decisions at the open meet-
ings of the sub-committee which
will follow. The sub-committee
is expected to have its report
ready within three or four days,
to coincide with the conclusion
of deliberations by the other sub-
committee, which is coordinating
the Arab proposals.
Herschel Johnson, speaking for
the American delgation, emphas-
ized that the United States has
not reached any decision as yet
Judge Rules Turk
Beach Councilman
Judge Stanley Milledge in a
Circuit court decision awarding
Harold Turk the post on the Mi-
ami Beach city council now held
by Ralph C. Pole, ruled Wednes-
day that the state absentee, ballot
law is unconstitutional.
Judge Milledge signed a per-
emptory writ of mandamus seat-
ing Turk and set Nov. 6 as the
date for filing supercedeas bond
for an appeal to the Supreme
court.
Judge Millege will set the
amount and conditions of the
bond If bond is not posted and
notice of appeal filed before the
Nov 6 deadline, the peremptory
writ commands that the canvass-
ing board reconvene and count
only the votes cast only on the
voting machines as the June 3
election.
The decision held the absentee
ballot law violated constitutional
provisions because it made the
use of absentee ballots a matter
of convenience instead of a neces-
sity. ,
E F P. Brigham, attorney for
Ralph Pole indicated an appeal
will be taken.
boundaries between the proposed
Jewish and Arab state, on eco-
nomic union between the two
states, on public assetsmovable
and immovableand admission
of the two states to U.N. member-
ship.
The second working group to
prepare recommendations on
partition and independence, on
the city of Jerusalem, on the
transitional period and constitu-
tion, including questions of ad-
ministrative authority, immigra-
tion, formulation of constitutions
and implementation. The same
group could also make recom-
mendations on religious and mi-
nority rights, a declaration con-
cerning the Holy Places, citizen-
ship, international conventions
and financial obligations.
Questions concerning refugees
and displaced persons and the
legal basis and authority for the
proposed partition, which the
Arabs are challenging, could be
dealt with by the whole sub-
committee following the conclu-
sion of the work of the two work-
ing groups, the American dele-
gate said.
The American delegation is un-
derstood to be marking time in
the hope that Britain will agree
to remain in Palestine to imple-
ment any decision which the U.N.
may take on partition. It was
predicted that the U.S., while in-
tent on securing approval for
partition, will seek to modify the
UNSCOP partition proposal so as
to make it acceptable to the Bri-
tish Government for implementa-
tion.
Members of the U.S. delegation
indicated to the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that they are
hopeful that the partition propos-
al, when modified in certain de-
tails, will receive the necessary
two-thirds vote at the Assembly.
They expressed optimism over
the possibility of reaching an
agreement with the Soviet dele-
gation on the major aspects of
the partition plan.
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) A
"compromise" solution of the
Palestine problem, involving the
establishment of a bi-national
state, is taking shape within the
United Nations sub-committee
studying the Arab proposals to
the Ad Hoc Committee, it was
learned here.
The latest "compromise" is
known to have originated with
the Colombian chairman of the
sub-group, Dr. A. Gonzalez-Fer-
nandez, who is the only non-Mos-
lem on the body. Apparently
Lebanon and Iraq have been
swung over to advocacy of the
proposal.
Members of the committee who
favor the scheme argue that a
recommendation foi a bi?national
state rather than a unitary Arab
state would place the Arabs in a
better light since it would make
them appear willing to compro-
mise. It is considered possible that
such a proposition could receive
a two-thirds majority vote be-
cause many "neutral" delegations
which are now inclined to ab-
stain from voting might favor it.
Also, the proponents of the
scheme hope to be able to obtain
the support of the Soviet delega-
tion which was originally in favor
of a bi-national state. Finally, it
is expected that Britain might
also support it as a solution ac-
ceptable to both peoples and
therefore would be willing to re-
main in Palestine alone during
the transition period.
Threat Of Arab
Troops Subsided
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
war of nerves concerning Arab
troop movements on Palestine's
borders virtually came to an end
this week when several thousand
Syrian troops encamped on the
frontier were drawn inland on
another phase of their "maneu-
vers." However, crack Jewish
scouts of the Haganah are still
keeping close watch on the bor-
der regions.
In Amman, capital of Transjor-
dan. Prime Minister Samir Pasha
Rivai said that rumors of Arab
troops massing for an attack on
Palestine were unfounded and
"only damaged Arab interests."
The premier said any action on
Palestine decided upon by the
Arab League would not be car-
ried out while the British admin-
istration remained in the country.
Reports from Damascus dis-
close that the movement has
promulgated new restrictive anti-
Jewish laws. Jews are forbidden
to leave the cities in which they
reside and Syrian consuls have
been instructed not to issue visas
to Jews under any circumstances.
Residents of the Jewish settle-
ment of Metula, in Palestine,
have been prohibited by Syrian
police from crossing the border.
lewish Floridian Used As Text
In Local Sunday School Classes
The Bureau of Jewish Education has inaugurated the use of
The Jewish Floridian in familiarizing the upper grade Sundav
School students with current Anglo-Jewish activities
Stressing the importance of acquainting the children with
local and international phases of Jewish events, A P Gannes
director of the Bureau, has arranged for the weekly publication to"
be used as a textbook to the classes. Beth David Synagogue and
the Miami Beach Jewish Center have enrolled in the plan hv
which The Jewish Floridian is supplied to the students at classes
each Sunday morning. "




PAGE TWO
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_PRAY1OCTOBER 31,



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Former Miami Resident
Wed In Huston
Personally Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner have returned to their home, at
2835 Prairie ave.. Miam. Beach, after spending the sum
mer in Atlantic City. Rosner is the operator of the V.c.or_ hotel
on the Beach which will open about December 1. Thejam y
has lived in Miami for 15 years and has been connected with
the Victor for the past four.

Mrs. Lena Rets n of the Pierce Hotel has returned from a
summer visit in New York with friends and relatives.

Robert Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jacobs 2172
S W 21st St. left recently for the army air corps where he will
continue his education. Another son. Alvin, is a freshman at
the University of Florida.

Dr. and Mrs. Frank S. Cohen announce the birth of a son.
Steph Luby, Oct. 22nd at Victoria hospital. Maternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby of Miami.

Visiting New York on business, is Nathan Adelman of
1421 N.W. First St.
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Adelman have moved to their new adjacent homes at 4441
S.W. First St. and 4451 S.W. First St. Mrs. Coverman and Mr.
Anribuncemenl been made Adelman are sister and brother.
by Mr. and Mrs. A. H Lerner of
San Antonio. Ton.,, of th( Mr Qnd Mis George Wolpert. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen-
' thai and Mr. and Mrs. Mort Wein have all returned from a vaca-
'" Mr Aaron G. >i M::|l0n together in Safety Harbor,, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Soco-
Max Gold Miami. Fol- i]off( parents 0f Mrs. Wolpert, are remaining there for some t me.
lowing the weddi ber 1-.
m Houston, I
to Mii mi I"
The ersity
A daughter, Goldie Miriam, was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Max Levine of 216 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Levine
is the former Evelyn Tendler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
' Texa ber oi!Tendler of 220 Washington Ave.
D' Ita Phi E| Mr.
Goldi i ent of Mi-
ami, University
mem-
He sery-
try Di-
. n tin- European Th i ti r
o| operations ar and
,;, i thi broi ze sta"
S u Ant
Janko-Klein Betrothal
:.[. ko an-
nounced
to Si >' -
R | Klein at a
,i' M leach, last
. New
York followed 3 ..
. g tri]
Miss Janko, ol 2982 NW. s
merly of Yon
\ V is a junior at the University
of Miami. Hei fianci
of Mi. and Mrs. Alexandei
715 Michigan ave., Miami Beach.
A gradui ti B plant.
. ol. ho is as- '. ith Ins
fat or in tin hotel business.
Mrs. Al
Mi. und M
We. will become Ba,
MlUvah tomorrow
B^l> David Cong J1
"?" The Confirni
will address th,^
shippers and Rabbl
Max ShJpiro wj|,
Pond A reeep,ion
follows the servicen,
the social hall.
A dinner-dance win
]" "in his honor
at the Robert Richter
Hotel in the evening
Out of town guests
here for the occaswn
include his brother
Cadet William Buddy
Weissel who flew here
from the Valley Forge
Military Academy
. Waym Pa.; Mrs. Sam
% Goldstein of Chatta-
nooga Tenn.; Mrs.
J e r r > Lacov, Brook.
lyn. N, Y.; Mrs. E
Llppman and Mr. and
Mrs. J Block of Tal-
*JS
Miss Selma R. Levine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis
of 1211 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, has just returned from a
three-month vacation in New York, New Jersey and Atlanta,
Ga. During August, Miss Lewis attended the Brandeis Camp
Institute, Winterdale, Pa., as a delegate from the Young Judea
Leaders and Junior Hadassah of Greater Miami Zionist Youth'
Commission. She was also present at a Junior Hadassah
National Board meeting in New York and spoke at Zionist meet-
ings in Asbury Park, N. Y. While in Atlanta she spoke before
the Progressive Club of Atlanta dinner to raise funds for a :
Brandeis Camp Institute in the South.
Mr. and Mrs. George Adler have returned from an ex-1
tended tour of Central and South America. The trip was a :
combined vacation and business tour of British markets.

Back from a business trip to New York is Jack Adelman of
383 N.L. 72nd St.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nagir of Chicago are spending a few
weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pearl. Mr. Nagir.
Chicago representative of the Kosher Zion. made the trip to at-
tend the opening of Flor da Provisions Co., new Jacksonville
Kadimah Chapter Opens
Season With Musicale
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
Women's organization will open
their 1947-48 season with a musi-
cale and reception for new mem-
. ers "n November 20 at the At-
lantis hotel, Miami Beach.
Plans for the affair have been
completed by Mrs. Fred Sandier,
membership chairman, assisted
by Mrs. Albeit Berson, Mrs. Ann
Cutler, Mrs. Al Apert, Mrs. Ed-
ward Wein.-tein, Mrs. Hyman
Sootin. and Mrs. Kurt Lederer,
hostesses. Mrs. Sootin is chairman
of the telephone committee. Re-
freshments will be handled by
Mrs. Al Ochounoff. assisted by
Mrs. Sam Seal and Mrs. Joe
Block. Mrs. Rose Melinson is in
charge of table decorations and
Mrs. Nat Coulton and Mrs. David
Washer, guest book.
%
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,) u tt. I httie 'fa s Htoti.
Sport Shirts
$098
3
Each
We've collected a tremen-
dous number of sport shirts
for this event! They're
made of your favorite
rayon fabrics with lung
sleeves, two pockets, con-
vertible collars, in-or-out
styles. Washable fust colors.
Checks in blue, tan, or
green. Solid colors in San-
dune, g r e e n or natural.
Small, medium, or large
sixes in th group.
SHORT SLEEVE
RAYON SPORT
SHIRTS
Made of cool, porous rayon
challis-weave in the favored
in-or-out style. Two pock-
ets, convertible collar,
washable fast colors. Natu-
ral, Sandune, tan, or blue.
Small, medium, or large
Sizes in the group.
Bureau of Jewish Education
provides transportation now for
children who live on Norman-
dy Isle and the North Beach
area to and from Temple Beth
Sholom, according to a state-
ment made by A. P. Gannes,
executive director of the Bu-
reau. Students will be picked
up at Biscayne Elementary
school Mondays. Wednesdays
and Thursdays.
Meeting of Branch 692 of the
men's Circle, will be held Wed
nesday at 8:30 p.m. at their Ly-
ceum. 25 Washington ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Nomination of offi-
cers will be on the agenda.
Use of additional classrooms
in the Junior High school
building was granted to Miami
Beach Jewish Center for their'
Sunday school students to help
alleviate crowded conditions.
All students are to report to the
synagogue auditorium at 10
a.m. Sunday.
Jan Bart, noted tenor, has
prepared a special transcrip-
tion for The Jewish Musical
Program of WBAY. Sunday at
10 a.m.. according to J. Schech-
ter, director of the program.
Myers Guest Speaker
At Hillel Installation
Stanley C. Myers will be guest
speaker at Coral Gables Jewish
Center installation of officers,
Sunday, 8 p.m at Hillel House,
3306 Ponce de Le m Blvd.. Coral
Gables. Mr. Myers' topic is "A
Decade of Jewish Progress in
Greater Miami."
David Hendrick, City Commis-
sioner of Coral < tables, is to in-
stall Eli Hurwitz as president
and Sidney L< wis as vice-presi-
dent. Other officers include Mrs.
Leonard Gliokstein, recording
secretary; Sidney Richman,treas-
urer; Mrs. Sam Liebman, corre-
sponding secretary.
Mrs. Sam Silvi r, program chair-
man, will serve refreshments.
Peters-Cohen Wed
Miss Ida Peti rs and Julius
Cohen were united last Sundij
at 5 p.m. bv Rabbi Samuel Ma*
tei at his home. Both are Iron
Miami Beach.
The couple is residing now it
926 Collins ave. Miami Beach.
She is the daughter of Mrs.Dou
Morris. Savannah. Ga.
Members of Beth David are
urged to be present for nomi-
nations of officers for the Syn-
agogue Wednesday. November
5, by Louis Heiman, president
of the Congregation. Elections
will be in December.
Gems chapter, B'nai B'rith
Girls, will sponsor an ice cream
social and dance at Temple
Beth Sholom tomorrow al 8
p.m. Nancy Schecter and Janet
Spitzer are in charge of enter-
tainment. Refreshments will be
served by Leila Gross, presi-
dent, assisted by the members.
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ALSO AT WEST PALM SCACH
Twintieth Anniversary Year
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MOfleSte AllOO, Musical Director
Miami Senior High School, 2400 West Flogler
EIGHT PAIR SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS
NOVAKS RICC1 THAI BEL
PIATH.OIISKV MALCIZYNSKI
MEMI1IX Kl Hit KIIVMS
Season Opens Sunday Afternoon, Nov. 2, 4:10
and Monday Evening, Nov. 3, 8:30
Soloist, GUI0MAR NOVAES
Taehaikowftky Symphony No. H < I'mli.-iiq,,,.,_, s,., .
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Subscription: $18.00, SI5.00, $12.60, $10.80 and $9.00, Tax Included
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Bartlett duo pianists
Robertson
TUESDAY, PEC. I*
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Spalding violinist
SUNDAY JAN. II*
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WEDNESDAYJEB.
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PAGE THREE
Jewish Congress Seeks Relatives of
nps Believed To Be In This Area
of 48 displaced persons
A list
hose relatives are believed to be
jn lhis vicinty, and in most cases
he persona they seek, was re-
this week by the Amen-
can Jewish Congress. This is in
,ddition to the more than 300,000
name* constantly on file at the
Jloridian office. Those bearing
pertinent information are urged
to contact Local Congress Chap-
ters.
Tola l.ibfcld (nee Silberstein)
i, seeking Harold Silberstein;
Baror. Frania, Victor Cooper;
Mrs. sendor Hecht, Izidor Silber-
stein; Mrs. Lipot Grossberg, Mrs.
Charlotte Feher; Ernestine Fich-
man. George Lewis; Abraham
Kwart, Safer Madcha; Samuel
Einhon Herman Drucker; Flora
Weinberger, Herman Bleier; Es-
ter Sternis, Summer family. David
Einhorn, Nelson Frimeth (nee
K;-,: Mor Porjesz, Adolt
Porjesz; Rebecca Friedman, Leon
Heller; Moiseez Szapiro, Fanny
Tribuch (nee Shapiro); Sophia
Umanskaya, Grigoriy Goldstein;
Libon Zelman, S. Blumenfield;
Helena Dubner, Epstein family.
Dr. Bernard Birn, Theodor and
Emil Fraenkel and Alice; Nuta
Natar. JakubowiCZ, Regina Jaku-
bowicz lilurschkorn or Fried-
laendd1. Maria Popovschi, Sava
Carol Radoff; Milrat Wolf, Mil-
iut or Milcr Srul and Abram;
Emil Hausner, Frank Hausner;
Fish 'nil' Rosenwasser) Margit,
Klein (nee Farkas Roza); Bergei
Dina V kovlevna, Deew Gold-
schtein; Moses Groner, Jakob
Braun; Mrs. Joseph Weisz (nee
Rose Friedlander), David Goor/.
Erna Alzic, David Moritz and
Lupu S lomon; Idel Leib Segall,
Luis Segall; Blanca Fisher, Oscar
Fisher; Hans (Herman) Jakubow-
iki, Richard Mendelsohn and Fan-
ny Frank; Abraham Milchman,
Jabok Milchman; Mrs. Maurice
Scenes (nee Rose Teichner), Ma-
thias Teichner; Miriam Karpel
and Chaye Karpel (nee Brouse),
Charlie lirou.se; and Fichier Cen-
tral Juilt. Dr. J. A. Tempelhof.
Other.-, seeking family here
are: Rozia Recht, Jochewet and
Zaja Klajnam, Roszia Weisz,
Luba Korman, Anni Katz, Josek
Bvercew ky, Bebelel Sitsamer,
Isaak Fetig, Sara Prbynsker, El-
vira Paneth, Charlotte Feher, Dr.
Charles Eszlary, Josef Boman and
Abraham Moshe Schwartz.
Srvie Lfagu< Copa Affair Sunday Aids Y
Masaila Chapter
Hears Etcporl
Following the business meeting
Of Masada, young men's Zionist
organization, last night at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center, Mr. Abe Sehafcr reported
on "The Absorbtive Capacity of
Palestine" and the "Statement of
Palestine" by the Government of
the United States which was de-
livered by US. Delegate Herschel
V. Johnson at Lake Success, Octo-
ber 11.
Representatives of the Greater
Miami Zionist Youth Commission
appointed to Masada are Jacob
M. Getz, Cantor Samuel Kelemer,
Dr. Jandon Schwarz and Rabbi
David Raab.
All young men of the commun-
ity interested in the work are
urged to attend their meetings
Thursdays at 8 p.m.
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Turk To Address
Gables B'nai B'rith
Harold Turk, president of
B"nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami, will address members and
guests of Coral Gables lodge
B'nai B'rith at their initiation
meeting November 4 at Hillel
House. 33U6 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
In addition to his talk on "104
Years of B'nai B'rith S( rvice,"
Turk will report the results of
the Florida membership drive.
Sholem lodge past presidents
led by Lou Heiman, District
Grand Lodge No. 5 president, will
perform the initiation ceremonies.
Members of Coral Gables Wom-
en's chapter are to assist Sidney
Block with refreshments. Dr.
Leonard Glickstein will preside.
The newly constructed "Y" building located
.cross from the old structure at S.W. 16th Ave.
and Fifth St. is now nearing completion. The
Miami Service League, formerly a war-time serv.
Ice agency is devoting its efforts at this time to
raise funds to purchase equipment for the new
difice. A dinner-dance Sunday evening, Nov.
2nd at the Copacabana which has been announced
by Mrs. Leon Kaplan, president, is expected to
raise a large sum towards the project in addition
to proving a social success. The club management
has announced that the nationally popular Hilde-
garde will headline an elaborate floor show.
Reservations for the dinner-dance cost $12.50
per person and may be obtained by calling the
reservation committee, Mrs. Kaplan. 2-4498; Mrs.
Chertkoff. 3-7223; Mrs. John Temple, 48-4576.
Waller Protests Rising
Cost Of Living
Edwin E. Waller, candidate for
City Commissioner, takes for his
stand the protection of Miamians
against the rising cost of living.
"The city must find ways to pro-
tect its people from high prices,"
Waller states, and repeal of utili-
ty taxes plus opposition to pro-
posed sales and garbage taxes are
his first concern.
"A city commissioner." Waller
believes, "should exert pressure
on every kind of local, stati
national politicians to stop the
present robbery of the people's
pockets and put a halt to Miami's
rising prices." Better use ol pres-
ent city income for Miami's per-
manent residents is his substitute
for more taxes.
V Nominal ions
Set For Tuesday
Annual nominating meeting of
Miami YM&WHA will take place,
Tin -day at 8 p.m. at the Hebrew
i] building, 1545 S.W. 3rd st.
"All members are urged to at-
tend," Leon Kaplan, president
said, "in order to assure that nom-
inees for office and for the board
Of directors are truly representa-
tive of the Y."
Nominating committee, under
| the chairmanship of M. J. Kop-
elowitz, will submit a slate of
officers, 16 nominees for the
board for three years and 32 nom-
inees for one year. Additional
nominations may be made from
the floor. Members of the com-
mittee include Alex Cohen,
Charles H. Cohen, Mrs. Hazel Es-
sen. Miss Jean Guberman, Archie
I Coulton, and W. D. Singer.
Aids Flood Victims
A full truck load of clothing
\ as collected by the Miami Beach
lodge of Elks last week for flood
victims of the Lake Okecchobee
region within 48 hours after a re-
quest by their Pahokee lodge.
Chairman James P. Wendler sent
the load to Harold Rosenberg who
distributed it through is lodge to
100 needy persons.
Beth Jacob Announces
Adult Study Groups
Beth Jacob Board of Educa-
tional announces the establish-
nv at of a "refresher course" for
parents of children attending the
Beth Jacob religious school to be
given each Wednesday at the
Community building, 8 p.m.
Also being instituted by the
synagogue is a study of Laws
and Ceremonies to be open to all
adults daily from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m.
under the instruction of Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff; and two
Young Judea groups for boys and
girls between the ages of 9 and
12, and 12 and 16, for Tuesday
evenings at 7 o'clock.
Further information on these
activities may be had by contact-
ing the school office.
Raphael's Dining Room
Reopens Friday Evening
Raphael's hotel dining room
serving strictly kosher meals will
re-open this Friday, at 146 Wash-
ington ave., Miami Beach, accord-
ing to an announcement made by
Ezra Raphael, director. Dining
facilities include catering for con-
ventions, parties, social and re-
ligious functions.
The Raphaels have been man-
aging the hotel for the last two
of ten years they have lived in
Miami.
Grossman Elected Sec.
Maurice Grossman was elected
secretary of the Dade County
Council of Social Agencies at a
meeting last Wednesday. The or-
ganization is the planning body
for all the social service agencies
in Dade county. Mrs. Russell T.
Pancoast is president.
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ISOTHIXV NEW ...
The eruption the past few weeks concerning the vituperative
remarks emanating from the pulpit of Dr. Everett S. Smith has
somewhat disturbed the emotional stability of the local environs.
Somehow we cannot get worked up concerning this mem-
ber of the clergy whose rantlngs the Jewish Floridian has
watched for many, many years. A rather bulky file of clip-
pings, statements, correspondence and complaints has been
compiled. We remember the boycott started voluntarily by local
merchants against a bread company who sponsored the weekly
broadcast of the minister's sermons. His preachings and pre-
sumably his teachings when caught up with are denied, side-
stepped and. as usual dodged. It has been about a year since
Doctor Sm th has broken into print in his usual sensation, bigo
ted vein. His entree in the local press for this material and
the receptiveness with which it is received does disturb us.
The inability to pin the meanings of h:s remarks follows the true
pattern of these self-styled savious.
Rabbi Colman Zwitman's reply and the manner in which
the situation was handled by itself deserves commendation.
We do wonder about the results.
Reverend Smith obtained the attendant publicity and
notoriety so eagerly sought. We know the true facts furnished
the minister concerning the Jews and their problems will not
change his mind, method or attitude. Time and again has this
beer, proven.
MacVicar Urges
Armistice Closing
"Between You and Mp
it
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, !.
A veterans committee headed
bv Countv Commissioner L i*
MacW, which is unng the MU
ami chamber of commeritoask
stores to close for Armistice.
potato out that !* H: alrc* y ^.^ NaUons
is a holiday foi u.
ployees.
The committee
ZIONIST STRATEGY:
Dade county era-
I the Palestine problem, leaders of
is desirous of j thc Jewish Agency are working
closing business operations for^the I fevcrish]y in New York on pre-
parations for the establishment
be paid !
OFF MY CHEST
day so that tribute n av
to men and women who served
to World War I and II at a special
observance 11 a.m., on that day,
MacVicar said.
Catholic, Protestant and Jew-
ish clergymen will assist.
" a parade f veterans organiza-
tions and military units is sched-
uled for l p.m.. the same day.
Both events will be held in Cran-
don Park.
Other members of the commit-
tee arc Joe H. Adams, J. Martin
Deer Arthur DiVincent, Thomas
J Kelly, Albert B. Lambert, Max
Neuman, Burnett Roth and
Shiver.
While lion through th,. ages
first five books |n thP '<&. *
Library rea.gc^Vof^S
erature-have now be* W'
hshed Ti,,v JL /*.!" Pb-
Glatzer
Ben
WE SAID IT THREE WEEKS AGO ... _,
Three weeks ago this column began with the admonition watch
the Latin-American countries for U. N. trends on the Palestine ques-
tion" and concluded with a warning that "it might bo short-sighted
poliev to take the view that the ultimate solution of the Palestine
problem depends solely on the United States" Sober realism and
objective evaluation of the situation demanded that the painful
truth be told ... On October 20 the New York Times confirmed OUT
ferns in a front page story to the effect that several delegations that
were expected to vote for partition had been instructed to abstain
and that the Arabs wen ''counting on abstentations. particularly
among the Latin-American delegations" Abstentations would
mean, that the small but solid Arab and pro-Arab bloc at the Assem-
bly would be abli to wield an influence out of all proportion to its
strength ... It would enhance the Arabs' chances of blocking the
required two-thirds vote .
ANOTHER ONE .
In this column, also three weeks ago, we noted that Washing-
: lecision on thc Palestine question was th result of interfer-
by certain "diplomatic advisors" and predicted that "this
dilemma may solved by one manthe new national chair-
man of the Democratic Party" ... On October 23 PM carried a front-
report that Democratic leadership in Washington was taking
re active interest in the PaUstine problem and that it secured
a promise from Secretary of State Marshall that the U. S. delega-
tion would push the partition proposal with all vigor The national
office of the Democrats Party was also reported to have contacted
Mi Marshal] or. the question whether certain professional diplo-
mats in the Near Eastern Division of the State Department had adl
vised certain U. N delegations that thc U. S. did not care how they
intended voting at the Assembly on thc partition proposal .
DANGER SIGNALS .
Zioi ist leaders are firm in the belief that enough votes will be
musti red at the Assembly to carry the partition proposal But
the 34 to 10 vote by which the Ad Hoe committee approved a resolu-
tion to appoint a sub-committee to consider the Arab proposal for
and independent Paalestine under Arab majority was a real danger
signal, since both Russia and the United States simultaneously lost
n a request for despairing ovei the final outcome but it would
There is no need for despairing over the final outcome but it would
br a grievous error to place sole reliance on the U. S. and Soviet
Russia to carry the day when the issue comes up before the Assem-
bly Optimism is a virtue, but in this instance it would be better
to sin on the side of pessimism, or caution We would feel better
if the U. S. gave the same advice to the Latin-American countries
on the Pale-tire issue as it has been giving them on other issues .
OFF THE SPRINGBOARD .
Some of the so-called disinterested countries are inclined to
support partition on humanitarian and idealistic grounds, but they
must reckon with certain ch rical forces now operating against Jew-
ish statehood in the land of the "cradle of religion" Jerusalem
will soon become the site of a U. N. office in connection with the
international organization's Middle East activities The late
Sidney Webb, who beam Lord Passfild while serving in the cabinet
of the MacDonald Labor Government in 1929. was the progenitor of
the infamous White Paper policy Students of the occult will
find it interesting that his death coincided with the imminent demise
of the White Paper .
Ft. Lauderdale Tempi*
Doubles Membership
Record membership of over 100
is expected for this year at Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Ft. Lauderdale, it
was announced by Rabbi David
Raab at the opening of the sea-
son when last year's list of 42
jumped to 96. Plans for the years
activities include book reviews
on Jewish themes, several guest
speakers, discussion groups in
the form of "Fireside Chats" at
the homes of members, and a
Giand Night of Traditional, Lith-
urgical and Modern Jewish
Music, Rabbi Raab said.
Rabbinical residence, religious
school and an adequate social
hall are anticipated by the Board
of Directors with the money from
the Todd Kaufmann Memorial
Building Fund, according to
Archie Robbins. president. Tem-
ple Emanu-El serves Jewish resi-
dents of Ft. Lauderdale, Holly-
wood, and all of Broward County.
Union of American Hebrew Cong.
Hold Regional Convention, Nov. 9-11
"Achieving Aims of Liberal Ju-
daism" marks the theme of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations Regional convention
which will take place at the Tut-
wiler Hotel, Birmingham, Ala.,
November 9-11. More than 150
delegates from 39 liberal conge-
stions in Georgia, Florida and
Alabama, are expected hear Rab-
bi Alvin Fine, Assistant to the
president of the Hebrew Union
College, officially open the con-
vention at the Temple Emanu-
El Sunday evening.
Rabbi Martin I. Hinchin ot
Dotham, Alabama, is the director
of the Southeastern Council
which had its inception two
years ago under Rabbi Alfred
Wolf, now director of the West
Coast Region for the Union.
Other highlights of the conven-
tion include Miss Helen L.
Strauss, campaign for the "House
of Living Judaism." who will dis-
cuss "The Sisterhood Road-
How Far Hav< We Travelled?" be-
fore the Sisterhood session, No-
vember 10; and Mr. Mortimer
May, member of the Board of
Governors of the Hebrew Union
College who will address the
group at the convention banquet.
Miss Strauss organized the Sup-
plies for Overseas Survivors
sponsored by the American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution Commit-
tee before assuming National
Federation of Temple Sister-
hood's Victory project. Mr. May-
is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of
Columbia University.
Rabbis David Marx of Atlanta,
Israel Kaplan of Jacksonville,
Jacob H. Kaplan of Miami and
Isaac Marcuson of Macon will
serve as honorary chairmen! Mr.
Mervin A. Blach of Birmingham,
general chairman for the conven-
tion. Mrs. S. K. Simon of Albany
will preside at the Sisterhood
business session.
Tension Mounts
In Palestine
JERUSALEM. (JTA>Tension
mounted within the Jewish com-
munity of Palestine this week
following several days of verbal
and physical clashes between
members of the Irgun and Ha-
ganah.
An Irgun communique charged
David Ben Gurion of desiring
fratricidal warfare and threat-
ened that "he will have it."
Among a number of incidents re-
ported were fights between rival
groups of leaflet distributors and
the abduction of a driver of a
truck and the hijacking of the ve-
hicle and its contents. Although
the Irgun insisted that its mem-
have only defended them-
selves, even to the extent of using
arms, it was reported that in Re-
hovoth extremists beat up a 62-
year-old man when they invaded
his home in search for his son,
an active member of the Hista-
druth.
Two members of a Haganah
patrol were seriously injured at
Rishon Ie Zion, when they ex-
changed shots with Irgunista who
were posting placards. In a simi-
lar clash at Nathanya, there were
no casualties, although the Ir-
gunists fired several -hots before
being dispersed.
of a Jewish state in Palestine...
Some time ago official Washing-
ton indicated to American Zion-
ist leadership that the U.S. would
be ready to consider granting a
huge loan for Jewish develop-
ment in Palestine Talks con-
cerning such a loanbut on a
larger scalefor the projected
Jewish state are now being re-
sumed Secretary of Treasury
John Snyder met recently with
leaders of the American Zionist
Emergency Council and it is un-
derstood that the question of a
loan was among the subjects dis-
cussed The Zionist "strategic
board," composed of leaders from
all Zionist parties in this country
and in Palestine, which is now
meeting here in connection with
the U.N. session, is determined
to press for the shortest transi-
tion period possible, instead of
the two-year period recommend-
ed by the UNSCOP majority .
On the other hand, this body has
decided to take an affirmative
stand on the UNSCOP recom-
mendation for economic unity
between the Arab and the Jewish
states Whether the UNSCOP
majority recommendations on
partition will get the necessary
two-thirds votes at the U.N. As-
sembly is still a matter of specul-
ation There are ups and
downs with regard to this ques-
tion and it is too early as yet to
make any prediction, since the
Assembly vote will probably not
be taken before the middle of
November ... If you Want a clue
to sentiment in Palestine regard-
ing the partition issue, watch the
convention of the Labor Zionist
Organization of America which
will open on Nov. 6 in Pitts-
burgh ... It will be addressed
by Moshe Shertok, Joseph Sprin-
zak, Zalman Rubashov and other
prominent Palestinians Berl
Locker and Hayim Greenberg,
members of the Jewish Agency
executive, will also be among the
speakers.
...
THIS AND THAT: The first
volume of the Talmudic Ency-
clopedia, which is published in
Palestine under the editorship of
Rabbi Meir Berlin and Rabbi S.
J. Zevin, has arrived in the
United States Bloch Publish-
ing Company has exclusive sales
rights in this country Eleven
more volumes will be published
The Encyclopedia embraces
the background, logic and impli-
cations of Jewish law ... It
traces both the Biblical and Tal-
mudic sources of each legal prob-
lem, coupled with its interpreta-
guage of Faith, edited b. 2 u
Glatzer; 2. Galut by v f >
3. From the Land of shelJ '2
by S. D. Goiter,; 4 Th Lt*
Bher.ch._byHenfii;
An Autobiography by Sn"L
Ma.mon Sehocken'pubfc
attention are "The PharisL ,.1
^ Er i>'"hy us
1933: A Poem Sequence 'k,
Karl Wolfskehl; and %Jl
Jews," a pictorial record of S
Jews of pre-war Eastern Eurow
by Roman Vishniac aS
speaking of hooks, we want to
draw attention to the "Techninot
Yearbook" just published by tin
American Friends of the Kebre*
Institute of Technology in Haifa
. The articles are written bi
well-known scientists, and tie
publishers have every right tobt
proud of the Yearbook both fan
the point of view of content and
production The Jewish Yen-
book, published in London, whita
contains valuable information
Jewish institutions in the Britith
Empire, has just arrived in tat
country ... It is the first pot-
war issue Louis Rittenbei
editor of Liberal Judaism, is the
representative of the Yearbooki
the United Sti
JEWS IN SPORTS
Abe SapersUin in New York
City for the Army-Illinois game
informed us that he was 20 pa
cent farther advanced this year
than last year in booking hi
famous Harlem Globe Trotters
throughout the North American
Basketball Circuit Abe is in de-
mand by leading college coaches
to help instruct their players in
setting up pivot post plays. Sap-
erstein's Trotters feature a double
pivot attack that is acknowledged
to be one of the best in pro bas-
ketball. Consequently the little
Chicago dynamo is often consult-
ed to teach this form of offer*
Hank Greenberg will undergo
an elbow operation, very shortly,
to remove the bone chips who
hampered his hatting all last sea-
son. In the (-v. nt that the surgery
proves successful Greenberg,*
try another year of baseball V
intimates h. "..uW like to f*
his career with the New W
Yankees. Rut""' has it that"
Boston Brav s rc willing to*
him big money to cavort for W
while the Cleveland Indians*
willing to sign him for less*#
than he has been getting *
years.
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UMjin This Week
[ W)>7n Both David series of late
L^ evening services begins
te-t 8'5 it will mark the
K'-n h vcar that Rabbi Max
C,/cpyin8 the pulpit.
K S hta speech "I am Puz-
nS." Rabbi Shapiro will report
hic recent attendance of the
kited Nations assembly session
Iwhich Dr. Chaim Weizmann
Lentcd the Zionist cause.
I^rvices this year will be dedi-
Lg ,o various Jewish organ-
* tion-i in lhe community. Offici-
With the rabbi will be Can-
Maurice Mamches. Louis
leiman president of the congre-
Ition.____________
juigg Seeks City
iommission Post
a Leslie Quigg, among the
t candidates to announce for
' Miami city commission race.
Iso is the pioneer Miamian of
,e grouu seeking office.
OuiRC has been a Miami resi-
st sine 1900, attending high
hoof here and becoming police
,ief in 1021.
He has nought public office be-
ire the last time in a race for
,eriff. In that race, although de-
nted he carried Miami as a
'hole, and 11 of the 12 northwest
action precincts. He tied in the
relfth.
Quigg has long been an ardent
ipportcr of recreation and play-
mnd facilities for children,
ving that such facilities offer
althful recreation as well as an
iterest for idle hands.
Ho is thoroughly familiar with
iclicc department needs, he
lints out through his many years
chief of police of the city of
liami.
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COUNCIL WOMEN TO HEAR
DOK REVIEW AND REPORT
As part of the program dedi-
cated to Service to Foreign Born,
ifhich follows Wednesday's meet-
ing of the National Council of
Jewish Women. Miami section,
_ the Robert Richter hotel at 2
a.m., Mrs. Max Shapiro will re-
new Bartley Crum's book "Be-
hind the Silken Curtain."
A report of the Southern Inter-
state Conference will be present-
I in form of a skit entitled "Way
.own Yonder in New Orleans."
Mrs. Stanley Myers, Mrs. Nat
Williams and Mrs. Harold Rand
(take part in the program prepar-
1 by Mrs. David Catsman.
Y Players Renew
Little Theatre Group
The first meeting of the pres-
ent season of the "Y Players",
Miami YM-YWHA little theatre
group, will take place on Mon-
day, November 10, at 8 p.m. at
the Y.
Ben Essen, Chairman of the
Adult Activities Committee, an-
nounced that Barry Lipkin has
been engaged as Dramatic Direc-
tor. At this first meeting Mr. Lip-
kin will cast several one act
plays. Production of three-act
plays will await the completion
of the new building.
Those interested in any phase
of the theatre including acting,
directing, play writing, makeup,
lighting, or scenery, are urged to
attend this first meeting. Mr.
Lipkin will, in addition to direct-
ing the plays, give training in
acting, makeup, directing, and
other phases of the theatre.
Mr. Lipkin, a senior in the dra-
matic department of the Uni-
versity of Miami, has written di-
rected, and produced several one-
act plays at the University, and
participates actively in the dra-
matic program there. On occa-
sion, he has substituted for Fred-
erick Koch, Jr., head of the Dra-
matic Department of the Uni-
versity, in teaching several Uni-
versity classes.
Denver Home Group
Celebrates Anniversary
Program highlight of the
Eighth anniversary membership
tea of Greater Miami chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver will be a
fashion show presented by the
Monogram Center of Miami
Beach at the Blackstone hotel,
Tuesday, November 4, 1:00 p.m.,
it was announced by Mrs. George
B. Feller, membership chairman.
Martha Chase will act as com-
mentator.
Mrs. Samuel Kirstein will re-
port on her visit to the Home this
past summer; and Mrs. Irving
Miller, who presides at the can-
dlelight birthday ceremony, will
present case history reports on
children who have been sent to
the Home from Miami.
Mrs. Ben Hertz is program
chairman and Mrs. Herman
Wronker in charge of refresh-
ments. Models to be used are
from the Miami School of Mod-
eling.
Members and their guests are
invited to attend, Mrs. Feller
added.
MIAMI BEACH CENTER SCHEDULES
FUND DRIVE; TALIANOFF CHAIRMAN
Needing $150,000 to complete plans for the largest Jewish
house of worship in the South, Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center has scheduled a buUding fund drive, December 1 to 15.
it was revealed this week by Joseph M. Rose, president of the
congregation.
George J. Talianoff, trustee of the center, accepted general
Architectural drawing of the proposed new structure of Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community Center now being built at 17th
st. and Washington ave. Present Center facilities are at Euclid
ave. and 14th pi.
Meeting of the Miami Zionist
District November 6, 8 p.m., at
Congregation Beth David, will
feature Rabbi Max Shapiro's
report of his visit to the United
Nations assembly. Hyman Soo-
lin will speak opposing the par-
tition of Palestine and Mrs.
Elsa Temple will talk in favor
of the plan.
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DAVID ROSNER
ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THE
RE-OPENING OF HIS
VICTOR HOTEL
On the Ocean at 12th Street Miami Beach
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 30
Spacious ultra-modern appointments presented in an
atmosphere refined and enjoyable. Catering to a Jew-
ish clientele desiring the utmost in excellent Kosher
cuisine, for which David Rosner is noted, and under
whose management the VICTOR HOTEL enjoys its
splendid reputation.
IOC ROOMS 100 BATHS ALL FACING THE OCEAN
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Make our arrangements now 1or special functions m
our dining room, catering to organizations., weddings
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chairmanship of the drive at the
last meeting of the board of di-
rectors and trustees of the con-
gregation. Rose added.
New center building now under
construction on the site extend-
ing from Washington ave. to
James ave. on the North side of
17th St. will contain a synagogue
chapel accomodating 1600 per-
sons. Also included in the archi-
tectural plans is a separate build-
ing with a large auditorium,
social hall, library, youth-activi-
ties room, and general congrega-
tion offices providing 21 religious
classrooms, a kindergarten and
nursery rooms.
Ground breaking ceremonies
took place last year on December
2C at which time outstanding civic
and religious leaders paid high
tribute to the congregation mem-
bership for their leadership in
proceeding with expansion plans.
Pointing to the significance of
the new structure, Rabbi Lehr-
man said: "Our current religious
recreational and cultural facilities
are totally inadequate to meet
the needs of our fast growing
community. To provide proper
facilities for the moral and spirit-
ual education of our youth it will
be necessary to complete our new
building as soon as possible."
Chairman Talianoff announced
that committee division heads
will be appointed at a meeting of
the board of directors Sunday.
George J. Talianoff. Regional
Director of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, has
accepted the general chairman-
ship of the December building
fund drive of Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center.
Plans are to raise the present
fund of $300,000 to $450,000 to
complete present construction.
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A man whose name you know.
A man whose service you know.
A man whose sole aim has been to ad-
vance and support projects which benefit ALL
the people of Miami.
Fred HOSEA'S 8V2 years service on the City
Commission is your guarantee of his contin-
ued performance.
You can trust the old name.
PAID POLITICAL DV[RtllIMINT


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i^E^OCTOB?
\rr.l Names
GE President
As Co-Chairman
Charles E. Wilson, President of
the General Electric Company.
was elected Protestant Co-Chair-
man of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews to succeed
Dr. Arthur H. Compton, Chancel-
lor of Washington University of
St. Louis, Missouri, it was an-
nounced by Andrew W. Gott-
schall, Director of the Miami
Office of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
Mr. Wilson will serve as co-
chairman with Thomas E. Braniff
Roger W. Straus, Catholic and
and Jewish co-chairmen respevt-
ively. Dr. Compton retires from
his post after serving since No-
vember 1938.
In 1946 Mr. Wilson was ap-
pointed chairman of the Com-
mission on Civil Rights and of
the Commission on Universal
Training, by President Truman.
He has spent his entire business
career, except for war-time Gov-
ernment service, within the elec-
trical industry. In September
1942 at the request of the late
President Roosevelt, Mr. Wilson
resigned all his private business
connections and went to Wash-
ington as Vice-chairman of the
War Production Board, and a j
year later became Executive
Loan Fund Group
Elry st.,r. iwPM*
Baron deH,r.;,hLdnenrl'*
announced ,;.; a lunl Und- 1
take place lhp lreclors
the Jewish S, JcnpeWo'ci
Thursday
noon. The
formulation Tthe |
request of Federation.
on the 6th (loo;" oHh?,H
Mart Bid.:. ThurL FaS
1 m<*ting is t0 pup*l
lar*er quarter,":!
lrrooc- :
i
^m* more activT
the Bureau and increasp
rt is now expected that ,hB f^
Fund will become nZ^1*
ASBESTOS
TABLE MATS
Seated left to right: Lester Barron, Alton Road Hospital; Mrs. Florence Finkelsiein. National
Council of'Jewish Women; Leon Kaplan. Chairman. Sub-Committee on Local Agencies; Rabbi Jos-
eph Rackowsky. Vaad Hakashrus. Standing, lefl to right: Abe Gannes, Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion- Randy Polansky. Y.M.H.A., Miami Beach; Birdie Mellowitz. Jewish Home for the Aged; Vic-
tor Garvey. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Milton Malakoff. Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
Maurice Grossman. Y.M.H.A., Miami. ______________________
'lluilget Day" Set Ray Mills Announces
IIv Federation
(Continued from Page 1)
tailed description of the proposed
Vice-chairman with full author- budget by the agency's financial
ity over all war production. He
served in this capacity until the
summer of 1944 when he resigned
to assume his former duties as
President of General Electric.
Fashion show by Miss Mar-
garet Newman starring Coro-
net models will provide the en-
tertainment for Miami Beach
Jewish Center Sisterhood's
membership lea November 3.
The tea will be held at the
home of Mrs. I. L. Minlzer, 510
Lakeview Dr.. Miami Beach, or
in case of inclement weather, in
the Center Patio.
, officer and the third a question
and answer period.
The agency executives arc also
planning visual exhibits of tneir
work programs to be placed on
display during the hearing.
Agencies to be represented at
the hearing are Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund. Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, Vaad Hakashruth, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged. Mt. Sinai
Hospital, National Council of
J< wish Women and The Y.M.H.
i A s of Miami and Miami Beach.
, of destroy
o*T CONTROL "d
Phone *
MASQUERADE PARTY
Poinsettia post, only all-wom-
en.- post of the American Legion
in Miami, and the Bataan post
are holding a masquerade party
in the legion hall tomorrow night,
Alton id. and Dade blvd. Prizes
will be given to the best dressed
man and woman.
Candidacy For Sheriff
I. Ray Mills announced his can-
didacy for sheriff of Dade county
in the May" preliminaries when
he resigned as state investigator
recently. In his resignation which
becomes effective November 15,
Mills expressed the belief that it
was not fair to the state attorney
or to himself to remain in the
>OSt while carrying on an active
campaign for the highest law en-
forcement office in the county.
First to enter the race publicly
'or sheriff, Mills has a background
of 22 years of law enforcement,
upon whicn he bases his candi-
lacy, He lives at 2601 San Domin-
go st.. Coral Gables with his wife
jnd two 'teen-aged daughters.
LOCATION
PHILLIPS
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6229 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 78-6557
Workmen's Circle Youth
branch 699 of Miami will hold
its regular meeting Monday.
830 p.m.. in the Lyceum. 1545
S.W. 3rd St. Program follows
the meeting.
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PAGE SEVEN
)dge Plans
*bate Contest
ki.1 R'lit'! Committee onPub-
' Affairs. Sholem Lodge, an-
tnccd t^ appointment last
fcof Jfi-o.r.i- Weinkle as chair-
of the second annual city-
i Hieh School debate contest
"sored by the lodge to begin
.he end of November, accord-
to J>: :1 Kronenfeld, chair-
n of the Committee.
Sinn.nu team will be awarded
_K> Washington. D. C, with
lexpenfc-s paid, and all partici-
11 will receive medals through
Tcourtcsy of B"nai B'rith. The
ienship project attracted more
r ioo hich school students last
Irving with Mr. Weinkle will
[Daniel G. Satin, Sidney Aron-
|tz Gilberl J. Balkin, Leo
liner and others to be named,
jmbers of B'nal B'rith interest-
lin serving >-n this project may
Let Mr. Kronenfeld at 78-3622.
bther programs being planned
[the Committee on Public Af-
U are: Registration Campaign,
fct-Out-thc-Vote," Program of
Consei vation, and a series
ppen discussion forums on vital
tent subjects to be held early
11948
LEGAL NOTICE
HERBERT ZUCKERMAN
Newly elected Educational Direc-
tor of the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center.
mior League
:hedules Dance
Membei.-lup dance of the
Jiior League is scheduled for
IvembtT 3 at the Jewish Center
1 the Executive committee, as
sealed by Miss Shirley P/do,
Alicity chairman. The affair is
lenabie young men and women
Iween the ages of 18 and 30
o are interested in social and
Itural m S to become more
niliar with the group, Miss
irdo static!.
Additional plans of the co'm-
ittee include open meetings
try Sunday, 8:00 p.m., at the
Inter, followed by refreshments
V dancing: and assisting Junior
pups and the Sunday school.
bommittciN chosen by acting
firman, -Howard Levine, for the
rung dance are: program, Nor-
; Raskin and Gershon Miller;
prat ion, Joyce and Frank
Jew
Whose interested in joining the
pup are u.-ked to attend the
tsiness meetings on Sunday eve-
rigs.
Recent Emigrees Urged
To Sign Truman Petition
Recent emigress to this coun-
try who have settled in Miami
are being invited by the Council
of Jewish Women and the Jew-
ish Social Service Bureau of
Greater Miami to sin a testi-
monial to be sent to President
Truman expressing their grati-
tude in having found sanctuary
and freedom in this country.
This project, locally sponsored
by the Council of Jewish Women
and the Jewish Social Service
Bureau, was undertaken at the
request of the United Service for
New Americans. Locally, the
Jewish Social Service Bureau is
responsible for the adjustment and
integration of newcomers to the
community with the Council of
Jewish Women carrying responsi-
bility for naturalization and
Americanization activities. The
petitions for signatures will be
available for signing in the of-
fices of the Council of Jewish
Women, Room 513, Congress
Bldg., Miami, on Tuesday, No-
vember 4th and Thursday, No-
vember 6th. All recent emigrees
are urged to come to the offices
of the Council of Jewish Women
and to take this opportunity of
expressing their appreciation.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
NO. 112593
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAZIE BARKIN,
Plaintiff,
ARTHUR BARKIN,
I < tendant.
THE STATIC OF FI,ORIDA
I": ARTHUR BARKIN,
Master's Hotel,
Riverside and Went 103rd St.
New York City, N. Y.
You are hereby notified and ordered
i" appear ti> the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above-
styled must on or before the 28th day
November, 1!M7; otherwise the allega-
tion! of .-aid Hill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Let this order be published once a
week for four i.....secutlve weeks In the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN, I newspaper
published in Hade County. Florida.
Dated this 28th day of October, 1947.
E R LRATHERMAN,
Clerk "f Circuit Court
Baal) By: F, J GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
\M SILVER,
Soli, itor for Plaintiff,
1708 Congress Building,
Miami. Florida
10 SI. 11 7-14-21,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCU IT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
- IN CHANCERY.
NO. 112547.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ANN Will.MAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LOUIS WHI.MAN,
Defendant.
TO: LOUIS WHIMAN,
Vi'.11 North Lagrea Avenue.
l*os Angeles 'Mi. California.
c o Kroner Realty Corp.
you are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the lilll of
Complain! for Divorce tiled against
you by ANN WHI.MAN on or before
the 24th day of November, 1947, other-
wise the alienations of said Bill will
be taken as confessed against you.
Done and ordered this 26th day of
October, A.D, 1947.
K. I! LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Seali By: U. C. OREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE .1 TALIANOFP,
Soil, Itor for Plaintiff,
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami lie.cch, Florida.
10/31. 11/7-14-21.
|iss Hatch Assumes
irector's Post
[Miss Julia E. Hatch is now in
ami tu fill the office of exe-
tive direi tor of the Children's
irvice Bureau, Mrs. Russell A.
sco, chairman, announced. Miss
th L. Butcher, Miss Hatch's
r for four years, has
urned to her home in New
rk City to do child welfare
A.
A native of Connecticut, Miss
tch has worked in Germany as
11 as many sections of this
ur.try. Her most recent position
" case work supervisor for the
Bedford Children's Aid and
mily Society.
Arnold Newman, nationally
known photographer, has had
his work on lhe front cover of
Life Magazine twice this
month. Newman is the son of
Mrs. Freda Newman of Miami
Beach.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS hereby GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictiltoua name of
HOME HEVERAOE SERVICE at 2206
S.W. 27th Avenue Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
MYLKS H. PERLROTH. "
SOI, KRONKN.
BEN KRONKN.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 112501
MARY RICHMAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAX STANLEY RICHMAN,
defendant.
To: MAX STANLEY RICHMAN, 1960
Daly Avenue, Bronx, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or be-
fore the 22nd day of November, 1947.
Dated this 23rd day of Octoberr 1947
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
,_ .. By: M. C. OREEN,
I;.',.,',,,. Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney.
327 Calumet Building.
Miami, Florl.a
10/24-31. 11/7-14.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
NO. 112352
EMORY MEARS,
Plaintiff,
versus
MoNICA KINO MEARS.
Defendant.
You. MONICA KINO MEARS, Ma-
nor Cottage, Otterbourne, North Win-
chester, Hants, England, are notified
to file your appearance In the above
eause for divorce on November 17,
1147, otherwise a decree pro confesso
will be entered against you.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dated: October 16, 1947.
(By) M. C. GREEN,
'Seal i Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS,
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
10/17-24-31. 11/7.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tile undei signed, desiring to engage
in buBlnesH under the fictitious name
of FIVK POINT MEDICAL CLINIC
at 1251 S.W. 22nd Street, Miami. Ha..
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
El >M< INI I QAMSE, M I'..
Sole Owner.
10/31. 1I/7-14-21-2S.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AVOCADO APARTMENTS at 4213
Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla..
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
Hi;I.EN WILEY,
ELVIN J. WILEY.
VIRGINIA TRADER.
10/24-31. 11/7-14-21,
Members of the Clara Hirsh
Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will meet for election
of officers at the home of Miss
Sheila Wallman. 221 N.E. 17th
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of 'RICKEY'S oF NEW YORK CITY"
ii c 0 CLUB 22, 2300 Park Avenue,
Miami Beach, Fla, Intend to register
saiil name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NETTIE DEPENO,
Bole owner.
HAROLD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Applicant.
in 24-S1. 11/7-14.
lew
Mayfair Bridge Club
MI*MI BEACH
'"COIN MUD ON THC OCEAN
UPLICATi; RUBBER BRIDGE
.""-'' L BACKGAMMON
AL RUTH, DIRECTOR
Phone 48-2717
TROPICAL REALTY
Homes. Apartments,
Lots, Business
Opportunities
1731 S.W. Eighth Street
Phone 9-0629
(ON THE TRAIL)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of NEW ERA HYDROPONICS at
:: i;. i S.W. 17th Street, .Miami, Fla.,
Intends tu register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ____
JACK N. WEST.
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress llulldlng,
Miami. Florida .
Mi 10-17-24-31. 11/1.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
>f PHOTO ARTS at 1327 20th Street,
Miami Reach, Florida, Intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla.
PHILIP A. FELDMAN.
(1KORUE TRENCHER
LEO SHEINER.
Attorney for Applicants.
1104-1206 Pacific Building.
10/21-31. 11/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RED HIRD FOOD MARKET at
H.S33 Bird Road, Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT BARON.
TMo.MAS SKROPIUIS.
HARRY DIETZ.
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
.n business under the fictitious name
of L. & L. MEAT MARKET, at S3
V.VT. 14th St.. Miami, Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
he Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Fla.
DAVE LOWY.
Sole Owne.r
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Apllicanl.
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 FRIENDLEE CLEANERS &
LAl'NDRY at 119 N.W. 36th St.,
Miami, Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
GERTRUDE STEINOOLD.
Sole Owner.
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 MAGIC CITY SPECIALTY CO.,
at 1150 S.W. 25th Ave., Miami, Fla.,
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of?'0ke Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MAIRICE BRAUNSTEI.N.
WASMAN, SILVER & SATCOWITZ,
Attorneys for Applicant.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 19693.
In Re: Estate of
CARRIE GOLDFARB.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Ag-
Agalnst Said Estate:
You and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of CARRIE GOLDFARB, de-
ceased late of Miami, Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforesaid, or same will be
barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date. October 14, A. D., 1947.
EVELYN GOODMAN (nee GOLD-
FARB). THELMA KESSLER,
Sll IONIA STEINBACH and
Rl'TH ADLMAN.
As of the Ijist Will and Testament
of Executrixes, CARRIE GOLD-
FARB, Deceased.
THEODORE J. S'AKOWITZ,
Attorney for Executrixes.
I" IT-21-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that"
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
>f HOUSE OF NOVELTIES at 923-
925 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida,
intends to 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.
VOTE FOR
JIMMY
GANNON
"The Milkman'
SUPPORT
R. G. DANNER
AS-
CITY MANAGER
~t Clean up and repair streets immediate!!/.
Bettor bus service, including stops at every block and shelters
for patrons.
BnablMi teen-age recreation centers throughout cllV-
"'more downtown railroad tracks and utilize space for free
parking.
Proportional pensions for all city employes.
n Low cost housing with federal aid. _.,#.
cnolidation of City of Miami and Dade County Governments.
PAID POLITICAL tOVHTIH"""
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
,i VLEXANDRIA HoTEL at 7-9 N.W.
I Second street, Miami, Florida, intend
tu register the said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. __
JULIUS HOLLAND.
LEO SHEINER,
1204-1205 Pacific Building,
attorney for Julius Holland.
10 84-31. li/"-14. _____________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 19897
in Re: Estate of
DANIEL BERLINER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereb)
notified and required to present an>
,.i,,j,s and demands which you. oi
..llher ol you, may have against tin
I' !. of DANIEL BERLIN EK. de
~ased late of Dade County, Florida.
,'. w. F. BLANTON Couno
lodge ,,f D*de County, and file tin
name In hie office In the County ( ourt
"use m Dade Cojuity, Florida; within
. ibt calendar months from the dat.
.f the first publication hereof. San
elalms or demands to contain the lega
lddress of the claimant and to b.
.worn to and presented as aforesaid
, nune Wl...... barrel. See Section
i......I [he IMS i'robate Act.
Date, October 20, A. D., 1947.
inllN E PORTS, As Executor ol
the Last Will and Testament ot
DANIEL BERLINER, Deceased
lollN B. PORTE,
1 v< K A. ABBOTT,
Attorneys for Executor.
10/24-31. U/7-H.
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.
ARTHL'R ZWEIGENTHAL,
Sole Owner.
RANK SOLOMON.
Attorney for Applicant.
10/10-17-24-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
n business under the fictitious name
of R. & R. MOTORS, at 930-944 West
Fiagler Street, Miami, Florida.. In-
tend to register said name with tile
i ierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT J. REESE.
A. C. RIDOLF.
FRANK SOLOMON,
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 STADIUM GRIIJ, at 1400 West
Fiagler Street. Miami, Fla.. intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla.
COLMAN PONT
LEONARD PONT.
10 LM 31. 11/7-14-21.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
lhe undersigned, desiring to engage
n business under the fictitious name
.f BLACKSTONE PHARMACY AND
I.INCHEONETTE at 850 Washington
Weiiue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intend
o register said name with the Clerk
>f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
MAX WOOLS'.
RAE WOOLK.
SHIRLEY WOOLF,
Attorney for Applicants.
10/10-17-24-31. 11/7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage
n business under the fictitious name
>f HOI'SE OF WATCHES, at 339
Sevbold Building, Miami, Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. _
SAUL BELKNKE.
ELLIOT PEARL.
FRANK SOLOMON,
Attorney for Applicant.
10/10-17-M-ll. iI/7.
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 16370
Re: Estate of
EDWARD SANBORN HICKEY,
I icceased.
Notice of Intention to Make Applica-
tion For Final Discharge.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
we have filed our final reisx't and
petition for Final Discharge as Execu-
trlcles of the estate of EDWARD SAN-
BORN HICKEY. deceased: and that
on the 10th day of November, 1947.
we will apply to the Honorable W. F.
Blantou, County Judge of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as
Executriclea of the Estate of Edward
Sanborn Hlckey, deceased.
This Mb day of October, 1947.
FMiRENCE HICKEY McNALLY.
MILDRED HICKEY HURLEY.
ROXANNA HICKEY O'CONNOR.
MARX M FEINBERG.
Attorney For Executrlcles.
10/1(1-17-24-31.
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.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before November 10, 1947, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for not less than four successive
weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. a
newspaper published in Dade County,
Florida. ....
Dated this 9th day of October 1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By M. C. OREEN,
(CC. Seal) Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attrney-at-Law,
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida.
I0/IO-17-I4-JI. _____ -
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fJewistflcrldlan
Orthodox Select
London Cantor
Cantor Abraham Behrman,
who chanted the High Holiday
services for the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation has been
elected as permanent Chazon of
the synagogue at the last meeting
of the congregation, it was an-
nounced by Sidney H. Palmer,
president.
Former cantor of the Willes-
den Synagogue in London, Rev.
Behrman will direct the musical
activities of the Congregation's
Talmud Torah and chant at all
services there. At present the
cantor is directing a choir which
will make its debut in the near
future, at Friday evening serv-
ices. He expects his wife and two
daughters now in London to join
him shortly.
Gannon Advocates More
Traffic Safety Control
Jimmy Gannon of 600 N.W.
10th ave., was the second indivi- P-m- Saturday morning at 8:30
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX I C0NCERVATInVJL na
CONGREATION BETH CONGREGATION BETH DA-
JACOB, 301-311 Washington ave.,! VID. 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes- \ Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mam-
cheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30.
Rabbi Mescheloff's sermon will
be on "Visions of Power." Inter-
mediate services for teen age
youth at 9:00 under the super-
vision of the Board of Education.
Junior Congregation for children
of elementary school age at 10:00
under the supervision of Max
Bertman. Kiddush and refresh-
ments served to both groups after
services by a sisterhood commit
tee. Mincha at 5:15 followed by
Shalos Seudos sponsored by Mrs.
Harvey Tendler. Rabbi will speak
on the Portion of the Week. Sun
day school at 10:00 a.m. Daily
school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
Friday evening servies at 5:30
dual to file as a city commission
candidate, and is well known in
the downtown area, where his
milk run for the Southern Dairies
has taken him for 18 years.
Gannon, who is also called
"Shorty" by the merchants, was
with the Southern Dairies for
32 years, came to Miami from At-
lantic City 22 years ago and has
been here since.
"I favor straightening out the
traffic situation in the business
district, in restoring many of
Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on
"Danger of Evil Friends." Mincha
at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos.
The Rabbi will speak on the Por-
tion of the Week. Maariv services
follow. aiDly services at 7:30 a.m
followed by a class in Mishna.
Mincha services at 5:30 followed
by a class in Jewish laws and
customs and then Maariv services.
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at 5:30
those old bus stops so patrons will P m Saturday morning at 9
not be forced to walk blocks in I o'clock. Rabbi April will speak
the rain. I believe there should be
benches and shelter," Gannon
stated.
Hollywood Auxiliary
Plans Costume Event
Calico, gingham, straw i.atsand
overalls will be the order of the
it a Thanksgiving affair giv-
en by the Ladies" Auxiliary of
tl e Jewish Community Center,
Hollywood, November 26, at the
Center, as announced by Mrs.
Nathan Nimitz and Mrs. Fred
Mannhein, co-chairman of the ar-
langements. Tickets are now on
sale.
Also or. the season's agenda is
a Bazaar planned for the week
of January it. to be the organiza-
tion's largest project to date.
Those wishing to work with the
present committee for the bazaar
are asked to contact Mrs. Isadore
Orgel, chairman, at 2127 Adams
St.
on the Portion of the Week. Sun-
day school at 10 a.m. Hebrew
school daily. 3:15 to 6:15 p.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION, 590 S.W. 17th
ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Can-
tor Abraham Behrman.
Friday evening services at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning, 8:30 a.m.
Junior services at 10. Rabbi
Grauer will speak on "Do You
Believe What You See?" Mincha
at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos
Seudos, Rabbi will comment on
the Weekly Portion of the Law.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily-
religious school, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
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Late Friday evening services at
8 15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro's speech
based on his presence at the
United Nations session where
Chaim Weizmann spoke, is en-
titled "I Am Puzzled." The Sister-
hood will be hostesses to Oneg
Shabbat following the services.
Saturday morning services at
i):30. Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Weissel will become Bar
Mit/vah. Mr. and Mrs. Weissel
have donated the floral offering
in honor of their son. Students
services at 10:30 a.m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 6:00
p.m. Opening of late Friday eve-
ning services in honor of '"Balfour
day." Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on "The Birth of a Nation;"
greetings will be brought by re-
presentatives of Miami Beach
Zionist Organizations. Saturday
morning services at 9 a.m. Fare-
well reception to Rabbi Lehrman
in honor of his departure for
Europe and Palestine. Junior
Congregation at 10 a.m. AZA-
BBG breakfast and service Sun-
day morning at 9 a.m. Sunday
school 10 a.m. till noon. Hebrew |
religious school Monday through
Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Pre-
kindergarten school Monday
through Friday mornings, 9 a.m.
I ill noon.
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM,
1144 Chase ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening serives at 8:15 i
p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on |
"The Divil Can Cite Scripture
for His Purpose." Oneg Shabbat
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for children 4% to 14V4. High
school of Jewish studies, Sunday
morning at 9:45 for young people
over 15. Hebrew classes alternate
weekday afternoons, boys and
girls, lxi to 13 daily morning and
afternoon sessions. Nursery
school, children from 2V4 to 5.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE. 19th
Si. Rabbi Colman A. Zwilmin;
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus,
Friday evening services at 8:1b
p.m. Rev. Donald Douds of Miami
Shores Community Church will
preach on the subject "Religion
Where We Live." Saturday morn
ing services at 11 a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S.
Andrews ve.. Ft. Laudedale. Rab-
bi David Raab.
Friday evening servies at 8
p.m. Rabbi Raab will speak on
the subject "So You Want Jus-
tice" based on the Biblical book
of Job. Sunday school at 10 a.m
Annual congregational meeting
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Election of
officers. Rabbi will speak on
"Looking Into the Future."
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Giving the City Manager form of
government a chance to prove its
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Elimination of internal strife and
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A sound budgeting system to enable
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The City-County Consolidation Pro-
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Reduction of juvenile delinquency V
establishment of evening recreation
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PRjDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1947
Miami Hadassah
to liaise Youth
Alivali Fund
* Members and friends of Miami
I Hadassah were asked by Mrs.
navicl Sernaker, chairman of the
Youlh AHyah immigration move-
mem to attend the next meeting
, the cutilization to be held
Monday, November 10 at 1
o'clock ut the Beth David audi-
torium.
Miami group of Hadassah is
| concentrating its efforts to help-
' ine the one thousand Jewish or-
phans who still remain in Cy-
*.UnisHftrrirtfor>
PAGE NINE
press.
she explained.
Rubbi Max Shapiro is to be
guest ipeaker and Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches will present a mu-
I siral program accompanied by
Ml,. Irving Genet. Co-chairmen
Mis Burnett Roth and Mrs. Wil-
liam Lieberman, are assisting
| Mrs. Sernaker.
Special -grandmothers' Min-
i yonim" are being formed by Mrs.
i Ida Hartz to assist in raising
funds. Assisting the chairmen are
Mrs Ma* Shapiro, Mrs. Louis
Rubin, Mrs. Reuben Fund, Mrs.
Rav Frome, Mrs. Albert Ladd,
Mrs. Harry Laufer, Mrs. Bernard
Meyers, Mrs. Fred Ochs, Mrs. Sol
Rovin, Mrs. Jeanne Wasserman,
[Mrs, Morris Weinberg, and Miss
; Ada Ai eckstein,
Reli' ments will be served.
CENTER STARTS LATE SERVICES;
KIDDUSH HONORS RABBI LEHRMAN
' i
Beth Sholom Officers
Purchasing Merchandise
For New Gift Shop
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, presi-
dent of Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom, Mrs. Leon Ell.
I chairman of the religious school,
! and Mrs. living Rothman, sister-
hood and school board member,
are now in New York buying re-
ligious gifts for the Temple's new.
ly opened gift shop.
Jewelry, silver, books suitable
for birthdays, Bar Mitzvahs, con-
I formations, weddings and general
use, may be purchased at Temple
Beth Sholom, Mrs. Kogan an-
nounced Proceeds are for the
support of the religious school.
Seasonal opening of the late
Friday evening services of MiamiA
Beach Jewish Community Center
this evening will have Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman speax on "A Birth
of a Nation" in honor of Baifou'
Day.
A farewell reception to Rabbi
Lehrman, spiritual leader of tin-
Center will take place Saturday
morning following services in the
form of a Kiddish rendered by
the sisterhood. Rabbi Lehrman
leaves this week on a European
trip.
Brief greetings will be brought
by the representatives of Miami
Beach Zionist Organizations:
Jack Burris, president of Miami
Beach Zionist District, Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, Miami Beach
chapter of Hadassah, Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, president of B and
P group of Hadassah, Miss Doris
Albin, president of Junior Hadas-
sah, and Joseph Pardo, president
of Masada.
Cantor Jacob Y. Goidring will
chant the service assisted by tliu
Center choir. Members and guests
are invited to attend the services
at 8:15 p.m.
Membership Tea At
Bayfront Park
Completing details for a large
membership tea Nov. 19, Bay-
front Park auditorium at N.E. 5th
st. are committee members of the
Beth David Sisterhood, as re-
ported by Mrs. Morris Weinberg,
publicity chairman. Mah Jongg
and cards are planned for which
participants are asked to make
their own groupings.
Inquiries about the tea are to
be directed to Mrs. Harry Lauser,
2-0816.
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Rabbi Kronish To
Address Pioneer Women
Rabbi Leon Kronish will ad-
dress the Balfour day celebration
of Pioneer Women's groups for
Palestine of Greater Miami, to-
morrow night at 8:30 in the patio
of the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center. Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan,
JNF chairman for Club No. 1 an-
nounced that the public is cordial-
ly invited.
Other entertainment for thr
evening includes Palestinian songs
and dances by the Habonim, a
hort talk by Sam Cohen of New
York and several vocal numbers
by Miss Marion Cohen, accom-
panied by Miss Thalia Joffeo
Jewish National Fund commit-
'ee of Club No. 1 who are in
charge of the affair include: Mrs.
T. S. Shapoff. Mrs. S. Pushkin.
Mrs. Mary Stepkin, Mrs. Pearl
Kreiger, Mrs. Sonia Levitt, Mrs.
Sarah Feinstein, Mrs. Minnie
Wainer, Mrs. L. Kaplan, Mrs. B.
Kraimer, Mrs. Shirley Queen.
Mrs. H. Scitlin, Mrs. H. Mandel.
Mrs. Rose Brody and Mrs. J. Stad-
lan.
TYTELL OPENS OFFICE
Bernard Tytcll, Certified Public
Accountant, is resigning as an
agent of the Internal Revenue
Department so that he may enter
partnership with Elmer Gross, C.
P.A., formerly of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation. Their
office will be opened in the
Calumet building, 10 N.E. 3rd
ave., November 1.
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PAGE TEN
frVdorntiun \ Corel. Sli.-iyioll
To lludgot Ipiou|
The election by the Executive
Committee of Dr. Frank Coret
and I. S. Shapoff to the Budget
Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation was announced
last week by Jacob Sher, Presi-
dent of the organization.
"I feel that the Budget Com-
mittee has been immensely
strengthened by the addition ot
these two men." said Mr. Sher.
"Both men have had previous
budgetinu experience, and be-
cause of their life-long interest in
local, national and overseas prob-
lems, their advice and counsel
would prove invaluable to the
Committee."
Abraham Goodman. Chairn an
of the Budget Committee, said
that Dr. Coret will serve on the
Local Agency Sub-Committee and
and Mr. Shapoff on th< National
and Overseas Agencies Commit-
tee.
Beth David PTA
Sponsor "Get-together"
Membership "gel together"
planned by Beth David PTA for
November 3. will take place u
Betl David Congn i 8 p.n .,
at which time Sunday school and
Hel :,.\v ,, ool facultii will be
introduced to the pan
Gue.-I S| : :ni:
: Dr. Reinhold Wolff, pro-
imics at Unrv
0f M for his t
lion to I
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Mi ii R n, pianist, will
highlight the musical pro
n, who has apj
Both David previously
uate of New E Conserva-

Mrs. Max Sh ipiro ai d Mrs
nder Steib
the ; rogram. Mi s. Ro
Schweitzi r. chi
to be
nt and to bring friends
its oi students nol yel mem-
also ii vited.
Dr. Koblenz Opens
Optometry Offices
Dr. William H. Koblenz an-
nounces the opening of his of-
fice ol Optometry at 2115 Cora
u As one of the new school
of Analytical Optometrists, he
will specialize in visual cure with
orthoptic training, in addition to
prescribing glasses. The office is
completelj equipped including a
modern optical laboral >ry.
Dr. Koblenz attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and Southern
College of Optometry w here he
, mi of Omicron Delta
Epsilon and Omega Epsilon Phi.
He hold- tl i rai k ol I-' (J-8-J
l s N R afti : fi ui j ars in the
navy.
Mrs Koblenz I i >rmer Miss
Gloria Kirstein The couple now
reside at 711 S.W. null ave.
Dessert (and Party)
Dade Chapter. National Child-
ren Cardiac Home, will hold a
Dessert Card Party at the Rhel-
bourne Hotel, Miami Beach, on
Thursday, November 6 at 1:30
,, m. Tick, ts may be obtained
from chairman. Mrs. S. V. Whin-
stem, 5-0422. and from her co
chairmen, Mrs. P. Marks and Mrs
S. Allen.
B'nai B'rilh Girls held a "pot
luck" supper Wednesday ai the
Webster hotel, for which Miss
Shirley Neilenger served as
hostess.
UNVEILING
Unveiling f menforU
memory of the h,. Nalbll
1957 N.W. 1st St.. will tl T'
Sunday. 2^^^
section of Woo.iiawn Park r?
tery Rabbi Murray JJJ*
conduct the services. Arrant
ments are in charge of s,/
Pa.mer of the MiaS M0^
vOi
Dr. Leonard Glickst,i k.
been named to represent Com
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the Greater M.ami jewil$'
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To Adopt Constitution
Coral Gables Women'.-, chapter
of B'nai B'rith will meet official-
the first time next Tuesday,
8 p.m.. at the Hillel House to con-
a constitution and bylaws.
Mrs. Sam Silver is chairman oi
i committee,
Repoi ts will be I eard on the
current drivi to secure additional
charter members for the newly
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being accepted by Mrs. A. W.
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Master of ceremoni* s tor the
evening will bi Murraj Bast;
Jack Harris will act as host. Pub-
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Ira and Paul Goodman; decora-
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+Jewish fhrldia&n
PAGE ELEVEN
Rabbi Zwitman Replies to Rev. Smith
Temple Israel was filled lo ca-
oacity '"' Friday evening when
o.bbi Colman A. Zwitman. spirit-
ual leader of the Temple, dedi-
mted hil sermon to replying lo
charges of Dr. Everett S. Smith.
local minister. ....
The reply from the pulpit by
Babbi Zwitman, who served as an
Armv chaplain during the war,
followed a series of correspond-
ence initiated with the appear-
ance on October 13, in the Miami
Herald a report of a Columbus
Day sermon by Dr. Evertt Smith.
In the import were the following
paragraphs:
-In discussing other perils
which face the nation, Dr. Smith
called the Buckley bill 'danger-
ous aid vicious,' because, if it
passe.-, it will be a criminal of-
fense, punishable by prison, fine
or both, to criticize a Jew." He
added:
"The wimpaign of Jewish ex-
Iremists is to create a situation
in tins nation where the Jew will
be above the law." The minister
said the pending act is being
pushed "by the Jewish extrem-
ists, the Communists and all the
various stooge politicians who
seek to do the will of all the or-
ganized Jewish pressure groups."
Efforts to "brand all anti- Se-
mites a- psychopaths," the minis-
ter called "a brazen attempt at
though' control" because "if-anti-
Semitism can be defined as 'in-
sanity then one of our basic lib-
erties, free speech and free
thoui;: i. is imperiled, and the
lives of all who would be inclined
to criticize any Jewish activity
would be in jeopardy."
On October 13, Rabbi Zwitman
wrote to Rev. Smith asking him
whether he was quoted correctly
by the newspaper and whether
he would like io speak in the
Temple pulpit giving his view-
point after Rabbi Zwitman has
answered the newspaper article
in his sermon of October 24.
On October 14, Rev. Smith sent
the following letter io Rabbi
Zwitman:
Dear Rabbi Zwitman:
I appreciate the spirit of your
letter which was received this
mornint. The Herald report of my
addies ... practically accurate. I
am opposed to the Buckley and
Stratton bills. I did refer to Jew-
ish "Extremists." This, by no
mears. >hould be construed as a
reflection upon all Jews.
1 also warned my people about
the "United Christian Council for
Democracy." This is an "extrem-
ist'' group of Christians. We have
them as -.veil as Jews.
I can't understand the limited
use of "Semitic" and "Anti-Sem-
itic." s ely you realize that the
Jews arc Semitic. Is Anti-Semit-
ism to l.i construed as synony-
mous with "Anti-Jewish?" I used
the tern in its all-embraeive
| sence. 1 tun glad that you feel
| called upon to discuss these con-
troversial questions and I hope
that ail Vi'oricans, regardless of
race or creed, will realize the
threats lo our democracy. I can
scarcely believe that you would
claim immunity, on the part of
all Jew-, ifom criticism. I must
admit that I want to preserve our
freedom of speech and am bitter-
ly opposed to any groupJewish
or Christianwho would seek to
destro... it, [ think, if you will in-
vestigate the supporters of both
I the Stratton and Buckley bills,
|>'ou will iicice that they are, in-
|de'd, "extremists."
On October 16. Rabbi Zwitman
[nswered Dr. Smith in part:
I The reason for this letter is to
correct misconception about the
Jewish people and to answer your
Question about the term "Anti-
ISenutis:: The term "Anti-
IScmitis : s not, as you intimate,
I' question of semantics, but is a
[Question of historical fact and
jKientifn- doctrine. The first time
Ithat the WOrd "Anti-Semitism"
I*"" CV(i used was in a work
lu- n Antisemitische Haefte," by
pinelm Marr. This 18th century
p'pbook of a German who in-
Ifo ACed the term as a synonvm
r Anti-JeWiSn propaganda was
rortinued in the middle of the
tn ntury by a reactionary
/enchman and pseudo-scientist
foomeau, who wrote on "L'inega.
des Races Humainet," in or-
Rabbi Colman Zwitman
der to combat the dogma, of the
American Revolution and the
French Revolution, that alj men
are created equal. From Gobineau
the road leads directly to the
Kaiser's favorite "philosopher"
Houston Stewart Chamberlain
and to Hitler. Hitler used these
false race theories and spear-
but Arabs, Assyrians, Babylon-
ians, etc., as well.
I would appreciate knowing
which dictionary you recommend.
The dictionaries that I consulted
have the following definitions:
Webster's (Twentieth Century)
ANTI-SEMITISM: The political
or social persecution of the Jews.
Standard (Funk and Wagnall's)
ANTI-SEMITISM: Hatred of the
Jewish people.
ANTI-SEMITISM is the term
y\i and I have been discussing
in our correspondence, not Sem-
itism. Anti-Semitism, according
to these definitions In the diction .
aries, deals with discrimination
against the Jewish people. That
is the specific meaning in the die
tionaries.
Of course, it is possible to give
"double talk" meanings, and to
say "anti" means against: Semit-
ism has reference to the Semites.
Who were the Semites? The term
Semites has reference to one of
the three biblical descendants of
Noah. Noah had three sons: Shem,
Ham and Japheth. The descend-
ants of Shem are known as Sem-
ites. Among them were the He
brews, that is the Jews, the Arabs,
the Assyrians, Ancient Pheni-
cians, etc. Therefore, when we re-
fer to ANTI-SEMITISM, we do
not mean discrimination against
the Jews only, we mean discrim-
ination against the Jews, the
headed his Anti-Semitism by de.' Arabs, the Assyrians, ancient
stroying the lives of six and a Phenicians, etc." This kind of an
quarter million Jews. The advo- evasion of a definition of the term
cates of Anti-Semitism are, ANTI-SEMITISM may sound
therefore, not protagonists of free good for oratorical purposes, but
speech but antagonists of free
mankind. You may recall that
Justice Holmes once said that
"free speech does not mean the
right to run into a crowded build-
ing and to yell 'fire'."
Anti-Semites have a right to
criticize anyone they want, but
they do not have the right to in-
cite to evil action and to riot, and
since it is a known fact that Anti-
Semitic groups advocate "action."
their actions are unconstitution-
al. For all practical purposes, the
term "Anti-Semitism" only means
one thingAnti-Jewish; even as
in your newspaper article, Anti-
Semitism is coupled with Jews
and Jewish Extremists and not
with "Japs", the "Arabs" or any
other group. Yes, Dr. Smith, Anti-
Semitism has an "all-embracive"
sen.c It embraces in'its hatred
all of the Jewish people.
I was rather amazed by your
statement that "the Japs are
Semitic." M. E. Ashley Montague
in his book "Man's Most Danger-
ous Myth: The Fallacy of Race,
(a great scientific work which 1
commend most highly to you)
states that there exist four more
or less, distinct divisions of man-
kindNegroid or black. Austra-
loid or archaic white. Caucasoid
or white, and Mongoloid or yel-
low. None of these great divisions
is unmixed, nor is any of the
ehnic sub-divisions "pure," but
these are, said the author, the
only divisions. The racial theories
of the 19th and 20th centuries are
all false, says the author in fact
they are a dangerous myth. Any
statement that the Japs are Sem-
itics, or the British are the ancient
Israelites, or the American In-
dians are the lost ten tribes ol
Israel, or that here arc higher or
lower racesis pure nonsense.
On Sunday morning, October
19th, Rev. E. Smith announced
that his text for next Sunday^
sermon was to be titled "Anti-
Semitism. Semitism and a study
cf the Stratton Bill." He advo-
cated that members look up the
word antiSemitism in a dictionary
and they would find that it in-
cludes many "races," and that a
great hoax has been foisted upon
the American people by some
groups that would limit "Anti
Semitism" lo mean "Anti-Jew-
Rabbi Zwitman again wrote Dr.
Smith:
"I was present at your services
last Sunday morning (even as 1
intend to attend this coming Sun-
day morning when your subject
will be "The Stratton Bill, Anti-
Semitism and Semitism' > In your
announcement you ad^
that the word ANTI-SEMITISM
he looked up in a dictionary since
this term includes not only Jews.,
is it true?
When you use the term .of
ANTI-SEMITISM, do you include
the Arabs? According to com-
ments which I have seen in the
newspapers by you in the last ten
years, you rather favor the Arabs
and would not want them to be
included in discriminatory ac-
tions. When the term ANTI-
SEMITISM is used, do you mean
the now extinct groups of Assy-
rians and ancient Phoenicians?
Certainly the Anti-Semites in
America and the organized Anti-
Semitic groups do not bother
about extinct groups. They are
against the living people of Israel
and as they must be recognized
by decent civilized mankind.
I conclude by asking the fol-
lowing question: Suppose ANTI-
SEMITISM meant not only hatred
of Jews, but also hatred of all the
other groups that you mentioned
in your Sunday announcement
and that you will mention as
Semites in your next Sunday's
sermon, what is gained by that?
Why advocate hatred? Should not
the minister in the pulpit advo-
cate love? Love for all fellow
men? Yes, even love for Jews'
I believe that by advocating
love of fellow-men. rather than
ANTI-SEMITISM (which accord-
ing to my definition is "hatred
of Jews, Arabs, Japs, Assyrians,
Phoenicians, etc."), the minister
in the pulpit shall sooner bring
about the Kingdom of God on
earth for which he prays, hopes
and works."
The Miami Herald carried a re-
port of Rabbi Zwitman's sermon
on Saturday. October 25th. The
report in the Herald said:
"Rabbi sees danger lo all sects
if hatreds are permitted to grow"
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
warned that the right of anti-
Semites to practice anti-Semitism
Is "a menace to America."
'The right of anti-Semites to
practice anti-Semitism, which the
Miami preacher advocated, is not
inly a threat to Jews, whom it
directly concerns, but a menace
to America."
Rabbi Zwitman declared "the
most revolutionary movement of
our day would he an adoption by
the Am a policy of advocating love rather
than the present policy of stress-
ing differences, spreading fears
and breeding hate.'
"Preachers ought to forsake Ihe
present atmosphere of fears, ha-
tred, suspicion and war talk and
ought to stress the great eternal
truths of their religions, bringing
a message of love and peace to a
distraught world," he added.
The rabbi told his congregation
he disagi'ted with the "crystal
NATIONAL COUNCIL FORUMS THEME
"REPACKAGE YOUR PERSONALITY
This year's public speakin^O
forums, sponsored for its scholar-
ship fund by the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, Miami sec-
tion, will have as its theme, "Re-
package Your Personality." Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub is chairman
of the program. First of the series
is to be in the form of a luncheon
at Fu Manchu restaurant, 438 41st
St., Miami Beach, November 7 at
12:30 p.m.
Self Confidence, Lessen Youi
Fear, Develop Leadership, Ac-
quire Poise and Ease of Manner,
Release Latent Abilities, and En-
hance Your Personality and
Charm, are subjects included in
the forum, according to Mrs.
Weintraub.
Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, ticket
chairman, Mrs. Hany N Schiff,
luncheon chairman; Mrs. Aaron
Farr, chairman educational pro-
gram; Mrs. Robert Schwartz, door
chairman, assisted by Mrs. Wil-
liam Schiff and Mrs. I. E. Harris;
Mrs. Fred Grossberg, Mrs. Albert
E. Rosenthal. Mrs. Joseph F.
Gleicher and Mrs. Irving Kobley.
compose the forum committee.
Those desiring to make lunch-
eon reservations are advised lo
call Mrs. Schwartz. 6 2068 or Mrs.
H. Schiff, 5-1006.
Ballet Star Makes
Local Appearances
Jr. Hadassah Members
To Receive Corsages
When members of the Greater
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
convene for their regular meeting
Thursday, each will receive a
'JNF" corsage to emphasize the
hapter's theme for the month,
Miss Trudy Lach, publicity chair-
man, revealed.
Miss Florence Hildebrandt,
chairman of membership, and
Miss Toby Cooper, fund-raising
chairman, will report on their re-
spective committees. Plans for
the year include a membership
party next month and a concert
scries to begin in January.
Following the business session,
Misses Elaine Klein and Sara
Mandell, in charge of the Jewish
Fund project will explain how
monies collected from JNF boxes
and other sources are put to di-
rect use. Patterned after the "Dr.
I.Q." format, Misses Beverly Rap-
hael and Carolyn Shultz are pre-
senting a program during which
"Dr. J.H." and her assistants will
award prizes for the best answers
to pertinent JNF and Zionist
questions.
Miss Jean Bromberg
Wins Vocal Contest
Bernard Ostfeld, European mas-
ter of ballet, was star attraction
at "Bill Peck's Revuesical" at the
Dade Theater last Wednesday and
Thursday. Mr. Ostfeld who has
performed in theaters of most of
the larger cities in Italy, including
the Royal Opera house in Rome,
is now in charge of ballet and
modern dance groups at Bill
Pek's Studio of Dancing, 1178
N.W. 1st st.
After his release from a four
year interncship in a concentra-
tion camp, Ostfeld returned to
the Rome opera house, and then
came to the U.S. He has been in
this country three months.
Modern dancing, acrobatics and
piano p'ayi'g are among his addi-
tional accomplishments.
Miss Jean Bromberg, member
of ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith
girls, won the vocal contest spon-
sored by Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith last Sunday at the Frolics
Club.
Response from the audience of
800 was measured by a WGBS
electric applause meter in favor
of the contralto voice of Miss
Bromberg. Other contestants
were Misses Doris Klein, Florence
i Lovenger, Mildred Morris. Rene
1 Kalen, and Lillian Goldstein.
First prize is an audition with
Barry Davis's orchestra.
bill boys" like Walter Winchell
and Drew Pearson who already
see World II in progress.
On Sunday morning, October
26th. Reverend Smith did not
preach on "Anti-Semitism, Sem-
itism and the Stratton Bill," but
on the subject: "Origin and Mean
ing of Semitic" also "Study of the
Stratton Bill."
Reverend Smith stated that he
was happy to welcome Rabbi
Zwitman to the congregation, that
he wants him to know that he
is not "Anti-Jewish" since some
of his best friends are Jewish. "I
am not Anti-Jewish," said Rev
erend Smith, "and I do not wish
to be known as Anti-Jewish, I
am Anti-Communist." "As for
Anti-Semitism," Reverend Smith
again stated that "it is an all-
inclusive term and that Semitic
means Arabs as well as Jews and
other groups."
Reverend Smith attacked the
Stratton bill and quoted exten-
sively from an address by Con-
gressman Gossen, assuring the
audience that it was not he (Rev-
erend Smith'; who was attacking
the DPs, but Representative Gos-
sen.
Yiddish Night
I hiiil Idilion
For FVhruary
Third edition of "Yiddish
Night," musical comedy, will be
sponsored by Sholem lodge B'nai
B'rith some time in February,
according to President Sam Sil-
ver.
Ben Essen, director, producer,
and star of the production in pre-
vious years has been named to
head the project. Those who will
assist him are: Marx Feinberg
Jr.. Milton Friedman, David
Rabinowitz, Jerome Weinkle, C.
R. Jacobsen and Silver. Others
interested in assisting Mr. Essen
are asked to contact him at 4-7736.
Senior Judeans Attend
Balfour Day Rally-
Dancing and refreshments will
be in store for Senior Judeans
who attend the Balfour Day Rally
at Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase ave., tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
The group is made up of seniors
ages 15 to 17, of Young Judea
groups who form individual clubs.
They outline their own program
of outings, dancing, athletics, and
arts and crafts. Those who are
17 are given background called
"Leaders in Training" by which
they are qualified to lead Young
Judea groups the following year.

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+Jewlstncrklteri_
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3l,
ITSIS'A National Agency Asks For
Pelley Change on Emigre |laremmi
The Emigree Committee of the*
Jewish Social Service Bureau will Miami Psychiatrist To
hold a luncheon meeting on Fn- x "" *
day, October 3ist, 1200 noon, at Appear At Temple lsraei
the new offices of the Jewish
Social Service Bureau on the 6th Sisterhood Meeting
floor of the Fashing Mart Build- Dr Ht,,.m;in Selinksy, psycho-
ing. analyst and psychiatrist, will be
Concert Stories Vretmm* "Top-Nolch" Artisti
limitations hitherto set up in ac-
cepting resettlement units. The
United Service has indicated, be-
cause <>t the increase in shipping
chiatry and Religion" is t<> take
the form of an interview, witn
Mrs. Reba Enj;l cause of the increase in shipping attorneyi ;,(-ting as questionei
available and the number of units Alu,r ,h,'. formal discussion, mem-
to be resettled throughout the |n,iv wm ,,,, .,, liberty to ask the
country, they now find it neces- I
sary to ask the Bureau to ac i pi
units with children without the
stipulation that proper housing
first be available. The United
Service indicated that other Jew-
ish communities throughout the
country are accepting their quota
of this type of emigree and
stress, d the urgency in removal
of all emigree units from the port
of entry as quickly as possible
T! e Emigree Committee, which
is a regular committee of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau, is
also composed of representatives
of Federation at d the Council of
Jewisl Women, Meml ers of the
Committee are: Elry Stone,
man; Anna Brei m i Meyei ,
Max Silver. Herbert
Chai le R Cohen; Jewish Social
Service Bureau. Mrs, Stai l< y C.
Myers, Mrs Nal Williams. Mrs
Montr Selig, Mrs. Edna Ka
Mrs. Florence Finklestein; Coun-
cil ol Jewish w mei Federation
sentatives has not as yet
:; named,
psychoanalyst questions on any
problems of psychiatry.
Natioi ally known for Ins work
in mental problems, Dr, Si linsky
was formerly associated witl Ml
Sinai hospital in New York. Dur-
ing the war he served as consult-
ant in psychiatry tor the Army s
medical service and tor a parallel
department in the SPAM'S, won -
i 's branch of the Coast Guard,
New members of the sistei
oard whose names have been
innounced since the las) meeting
are Mrs Ada E. Joseph. Jewish
Welfare Board; Mrs. Lucille Lich-
.,.., ,.!, ar{ ;,nd posters; and
Mrs Morton Russack, Red C
Yiddish Hours Adds
15 Minutes To Program
Yiddisl Hour, I
WIN/, every Sunday, has
added an
to the length of its |
Mr. Nasatir, direct I thi broa I-
it, ai that the popu-
f the ;i
II necessary to lengthc i
gram on 1 rom 12:00
: 30 p.m.
FYTHIANS CELEBRATE
Mi mi Bca<
odge Ni
170
Knight- "l Pythias, gave a check
lus a 1948 pledge of like
ii t to South Florida
hospital last week. Nat
i and Nat Malmuth, co-
chairmen of the lodge's hospital
committee, made the presenta-
tion to A. J. Clear] of the
hospital's fund drive,
Railey Emphasizes
Equitable Assessments
Randolph B. -Ban" Railey, 22-
ax paying resident and suc-
cessful business man candidate
for the Miami city commission,
yesterday emphasized the urgen-
"equitable tax assessmt nts
il, fair and just ex-
ture of tax money collect-
ed" m order to have "a business
h istration in municipal af-
"Good government re-
quires that each Miami city de-
partment operate on a budget,
with a revolving fund tor emer-
s," Railey explained.
Railey is sponsoring a rally at
the bandshell in Bayfront Park
at 730 p.m., Tuesday. November
4. to which all other candidates
vited to speak, William A.
"Bill" Hei in. Miami attorney and
formei president of the Miami
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
will be rally chairman. There
will be .i band for entertai
and community singing. Railey
will outline his qualifications t'o
hold public oil lie
Above are members of lhe
cultural committee of the Mi-
ami Beach YM & WHA who
are planning lhe Community
concert series which begins De-
cember 16 in Miami Beach High
school. Standing are Mrs. Ar-
thur Degulz (left), member of
lhe sales committee, and Miss
Roze Chaseman. publicity co-
chairman. Sealed left to right
are Chairman Leo Huberman;
Mrs. Louis Sigal. publicity co-
chairman; and Mrs. Leo Hub-
erman, in charge of sales.
Mrs. Rhoda Lcvinc.
"Advance ticket sales for the
Community Concert Series which
last year proved so popular indi-
cate public acknowledgment and
approval of this year's outstand-
ing group of performers," Huber-
man said. "Our program has been
carefully selected so as to insure
the Miami Beach Y making an-
other of its many contribution
to the cultural life of Miami
Beach. This group 0f top r.ott
artists will again give the resi-
dents of Mian i Beach the opopr-
tunity of beini hosts to concert!
of the highest ;.hbre."
J. O, Bethea, represenlative
for the Florida Slate Insurance
Commission will discuss the
subject "Effects of Insurance
Liability Law" before Sholom
Lodge B'nai B'rith Luncheon
club today. A question and
answer period will follow Mr.
Bethea's talk.
Odd Fellows Lodge
Awarded U. S. Flag
Sunshine Lodge No. il. Inde-
pendent Order of Odd Fellows,
held a flag raising ceremonj at
then regular meeting, Tuesday,
October 28. at Workmen's Circle
Hall. The flag was pres< i ted by
the Grand Lodge of Florida foi
the largest increase In
ship.
Past Noble Grand J. N walk
made the presentation.
Coma unity Concert Series pro-
gram of five recitals which is be-
ing sponsored by Miami Beach
YM & WHA for the second year,
will open December 16 with the
nternationally famous piano
team, Ethel Bartlett and Rae
Robertson. All concerts will be
held ,-U the Miami Beach High
cl ool.
Other recitals in the order in
which they appeal- feature: Al-
i in spalding. American violinist;
Ruth Drapi r, character sketch
artist; Menal.eni Pressler, 19-year-
old pianist, who came to America
from Palestine to compete for
and win the Debussy contest; and
Igor Gorin, leading baritone of
Metropolitan Opera Co. of New
York.
The series i- one of the activi-
ties scheduled by the cultural
committee of Miami Beach Y,
Leo Huberman, chairman. Chair-
man [or tin printing committee is
Elliot Winterfield, assisted by
' n Degutz; publicity, Mrs.
Loui Sig il and Miss Roze Cham-
Benjamin B, Gold-
and Mis. Nat Williams;
-ales. Mrs, Leo Huberman and
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PAGE THIRTEEN
ireau Announces
itner Scholarship
Ah executive board of the Bu-
P"'(ll; Jewish Education unani-
P", ,Ccepted the offer of Mrs.
K Rattier to establish a
Rip in memory of her lat
ITbe known as the Charles A.
Encr Sc! olarshlp for the Ad-
Cemenl ol Jewish Education
1 ',[, will be in the form of
,nnu illy "ver a Pend of
b years iter which the offer
hi- renewed.
Details of the scholarship and
luirements will be announced
[the neai future," Max Meisel.
Udent of the Bureau an-
Enced.
inday School Teachers
Attend Seminary
I* series oi Seminars for Jew-
i Sunday School teachers will
_ conducted by the Bureau of
Iwish Education beginning
lursday, November 6, according
I A P- G 'inos. executive direc-
^ of th( Bureau. Each seminar
jH be devoted to particular
ades, during which objectives,
mS tci tuques and textbooks
iill be dii ussed.
I First of the meetings which
k to be eld on Thursdays, will
[concei trated on work of teach-
. of Kindergarten and Grades
[and II. Mrs. Ethel Grossman,
kervisi i the Pre-school kin-
frgarten al the Miami Y.M. &
F.H.A.. will conduct the meeting
lartinR at 8 p.m. in the office of
fce Bureau, 318 Congress Bldg.
jthers who will participate are
jydncy Greenberg, principal of
jie Hebrew and Sunday School
1 Temple Beth Sholom; Herbert
tckerman, Educational director
Miami Beach Jewish Center;
|r. Ganm s, and several local
abbis.
Opening fall meeting of the Miami chapter. Florida Wom-
en's Division. American Jewish Congress on October 22, brought
Dr. David S. Andron. president of Miami Beach Hebrew Aca-
demy, as guest speaker to the Colonial hotel. A Dutch-treat
schmorgasbord luncheon followed the meeting in the Shell Room.
Seated left to right are: Mrs. Mark Kaplan, fund-raising chair-
man, Miami chapter; Miss Clara Goldenberg. divisional mem-
bership chairman; Mrs. Louis Glasser, Florida Women's division
president; Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. president. Miami chapter; Dr.
ndron; Mrs. Leonore Curtice, location service chairman; Mrs.
Jack Schieff. recording secretary; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, member
ship chairman, Miami chapter; Mrs. A. A. Haydym,, law and
social action chairman; Mrs. Herbert Silver, prograjrt chairman;
and Mrs. Lucille Goldenberg. contralto radio artist v/tio appeared
on the program.
Consultation Service Is Offered
By Veteran's Administration Office
foonlight Excursion
iMoonli Excursion on the
eminole Queen II under the
onsorsiup of Workmen's Circle
Iranch 692 and Women's club of
(liami B< ach, previously post-
ered because of inclement
eather. will start from pier (i of
piamj Ya h\ Basin, November 2
7 p.m. Entertainment and re-
eshmen!~ are planned.
IRiervations may be made by
ailing Mr Leon Elkin, 5-1317.
Beginning Monday, November^
3, Jack Burd, accredited officer
of United States Veterans Ad-
ministration, will be available al
Miami "Y" for veterans consulta-
tion about problems concerning
compensation, hospitalization, dis-
abilities, it was announced jointly
by Leon Kaplan, president of Mi-
ami YM & WHA, and Burnett
Roth, commander of the Florida
Department of Jewish War Vet-
erans.
Mr. Burd is authorized by
Washington, D. C. to represent
all veterans at adjudication hear-
ings in Miami. His office hours
will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, at 1567
S.W. 5th st., and evenings by
special appointment.
Having taken a special course
at Pass A. Grille Beach, St.
Petersburg, for service officers,
Mr. Burd will offer his services
free of charge or other compensa-
tion to all veterans, regardless of
faith or creed. He is a veteran of
World War I.
Mrs. Maurice Grossman
Addresses Hadassah
Series of lectures and discus-
sions on various projects of Ha-
dassah will be resumed this sea-
son on Monday, November 3 at
2 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, 590 S.W.
17th ave., it was announced by
Mrs. Morris Weinberg, cultural
chairman of Miami group.
Mrs. Maurice Grossman will
take- up work of Youth Aliyah
at this opening of the series which
takes place the first Monday of
each month. All members and
friends are asked to attend.
Assisting Mrs. Weinberg will be
Mrs. Joel Belov.
Mrs. A. J. Plotkin, treasurer
of the Miami Beach Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the
Aged, will open her home at
1240 Lenox ave. for a meeting
of the Board of Directors, Tues-
day, 1:30 p.m. President Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry will officiate.
Regular rehearsals of the
Miami Jewish Folk chorus will
lake place each Tuesday, 8 p.m.,
at the Beth Jacob Synagogue,
Washington ave. and 3rd St.,
Miami Beach. Mrs. Harold Co-
hen, membership chairman, an-
nounced that new members are
Buifet Dinner Launches
Beach Membership Drive
Membership drive of Miami
Beach lodge of B"nai B'rith will
be launched Tuesday, 6:15 p.m.
at a buffet dinner in honor of
drive captains and workers, at
Temple Beth Sholom. President
Walter Kovner announced that
Jack Abott, president of the State
Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges,
and Harold Turk, district mem-
bership chairman, will be princi-
pal speakers.
Regular business meeting of
the group will follow with a pro-
gram prepared by members of
the Miami Beach Youth Center.
Goal for the drive has been set at
200 members, Kovner said.
Workman's Cirvto
Rofipon School
Workmen's Circle School of
Miami has re-opened for their
third year at the W.C. building,
1545 S.W. 3rd st. Classes are open
for registration in Yiddish, Yid-
dish literature, history and sing-
ing for children, seven to twelve
years of age, Sundays 10 to 12
noon and Tuesday and Thursdays
4 to 6 p.m.
The school is a branch of the
Workmen's Circle School system
with schools throughout the
United States and Canada. Head-
quarters are in New York City.
Pioneer Women for Pales-
tine, Club No. 1. will meet
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Beth
Tfilah Congregation. 935 Euclid
ave., Mrs. Lena Pushkin, presi-
dent, announced.
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HEAR YE NATIONS!
The following plea to the
United Nations was written by
Rabbi Manuel Laderman. of the
Hebrew Educational Alliance,
in Denver. Copies were for-
warded to the United Nations'
delegates at Lake Success and
evoked favorable nationwide
comment.
Hear Ye Nations: I am a Jew
I am one of a people of about ten
million. If I had been speaking
to you tan years ago, 1 would
have put that number at sixteen
million. I speak to you because,
despite all the evidence to the
contrary. l believe in justice. 1
was taught, and my ancestors be-
fore me, back for the lasl three
thousand years and moi e, I iit
justice is the handmaiden of thi
Almighty. "Ar.d the Holy Lord
is sanctified of righteousness."
... 1 may be mistaken to u.
approach. Perhaps I ought to
tell you of power, of oil, ol
ration for war. Possibly those
are the arguments that mean mort
in you judgment. But 1 have
the fault of my peopl<
lieve in justice, and .' '
men do, too. We believi
that the pei son a hi n you oi tH>
-Una- world gloi ify, leai ned
Iron; Ji wish salt the
same ideals which guide us, W<
believe tl at you ol the Mohame-
nd to thi
foun-
der learned ii ":,:
. foi he H
into j 'k. the K
and quoted Moses ar.d 1
with admiration and approval.
sessions, then families are all
destroyed. Allow them to settle
down, to sink roots, to make
I,,,:, es They are a hardy lot, oi
i v too would have joined those
whose rotting corpses
oil f Europe. The^ are
idealistic lot, or tl ej would
destroyed tl e i selves
Fertilize
an
iav<
ere tl Is
minted to Egypt and Assyria
nd Babylon. We are not proph-
t> now. butwe see some strangi
coincidences in history
Some among us even see some
iupernatural power at work in
he grievous troubles that Eng-
and is having to keep her little
sland from sinking beneath the
cave- oi the oceans she I as so
ong domii ated. Some-among us
vould like I,, help thai proci ss
dom:. by refusing any more
landouts to the tottering Bank
>f England, and other n
Jut most o! US air loo selltl-
ne l.il lor that. We wish he:
.veil. We don't think she is so
s Stupid, and pray remembrance of the exodus from
The world, your world, can ill af-
ford to span i. is vast resource
of manpower.
Hi .,:. y, Nations, I am a Jew.
Iio has a persist* nt memory ol
event the Exodus from
All of oui religion has
wi
a great

I,, that occasion, "In
Heai Y' Nat ns !
ol' a p ople who
\\\
I
ise.1 after thi ; that 1
would he equi
and thoug : :
Wi
n

intelli
,.i oui

ever;
: ...
'
|
t
[ tal
i

w en
Chim se. w ere
ved whi n
Poland a
century, had
I Ii many and F
velop their co nl

we conti ibuti
gained only t
Russian C
Russian pi ogron
mity of Polish pi
Befon
England wit Wil
queror, only to be
1290, Wi te the
great glory of Fi i I were
li ivn out in 1182, and then
in 13i)ti. and again in 1394. We
kept coming back you see, when-
ever a new promise was made.
*
Hear Ye N lions: I am a Jew.
of a people that havi
fault of living despite your ef-
forts to put an nd to us. Long
ago we who called "a -tubbom
nation," and we have always
continued that way. You trie.!
to wipe us out in many ways
The simplest seemed the sword.
The craltni way was by inveig-
ling us to I ecome like you
through conversion, and inter-
marriage and assimilation. Of
course when we took you at your
word, you were1 not very happy.
and soon reverted to the older.
more clear-cut way of destruc-
tion. But we lived.
You killed us in Wars of Re-
ligion, in Crusades, in wars of
nations and of races, but we
lived. And the greater sin was
that we outlived some of your
progenitorsthe Roman Empire,
the Spanish Empire, the Russian
Emperors. Once we had proph-
ets who said it was the judgment
of God that those who oppress
Israel shall be destroyed. They
or a 11 tui n of I which
\ as oner the English boast.
I say we lived. We also learned
.omething. We learned to fight
lack. We learned to resist T i
iard way. Thi way of a Wa
hetto uprising where most ol
iiii pi ople were killed. As pan
i French undei ground. The
v,,y of refusing to be stymied be-
allSe a Paper mistake: ly ailed
Vhite wo the doors of
: c hope in oui faces T
.ay of buying boats in America,
uttit' m in north Africa,
lling then, in Norway, and
ur.nirg a blockade across the
nean. It's hard for us
o learn this new way. For too
\ i wer indocti inated with
at our way is "The
-Reading voice of Jacob and the
lands is the way of Esau." wl ich
' "lake it and like it." Wi 'n
this new way, and
il believi oi ly in a
kil d of resistance We
i word which our
invented "terror." It'-
uni y in a way. if you will pet -
bit of hun it* ii tl is plea
'hat we, thi victims of all the
ah ul.ded skill of k:!!:' g and e\-
that wi an
"Terrorists."
But that isn't our way- I
we are here in this
ing with you, We want to
ike i mit of the
nl those mistaken \
Ye want them to go I ack to their
: their plows and their
if ym will oi ly I elp
'ut it is well that you shall know
then i- a new specii
'. I' WOn't be .-pat
i around and
i ind tl thai k you
N ".ill we ai
n of youi
i n in i e coun-
Those five
Jev ish boys
Stars and
d io belii re I
liki all ol
' md theii due as equals
tance is thai
I : '
It a : ew slogan
vith .pie they have

!o into your calculatioi s
too.
* *
Hi Yi Nations, I am a Jew
whose hrart bleeds for those who
ne lun ped logethi t:,
ihastly abbreviation HP's.
Don't thing of a tern DP's
Think of men and women and
children. Ti.uk of individual!
th 1 d feet and heart-
IS '''' '. ith sell
kins, who live and cry and are
ssed. In your Christiai
"ue. you have a :
of one whom you callei
'I e Sim m Man." who I
t0 lay his head. The-,.
all sons and daughters of
they have no place to lay
tin ir heads. Oh yes, the:,
barracks, and camps and run B
>ut they have the ancient Bibli-
cal curse upon them "and your
lfe thread will hang ever before
you." Think of lhem rather and

an
men.
say "There but, for the grace o
God and the atomic bomb go we
hornless, displaced, uprooted "
and help them find a place of
their own to lay their weary
heads.
America was built by displaced
ns. Australia is vast con-
tinent peopled bv displaced per-
sons. Never has the world seen
people who were as displaced as
They have no roots any-
Egypt." Hi toi ians are i ol quite
sun what year tl at look place
ximately 3200
ago, but it has been the I igh
mark ol oui faitl always. V^v it
us that God was close
I : pli ,1 God cares
when om natioi ei slaves an-
other. II spoki Ol lie. dom loi-
ns and foi .dl mankind.
Exod was a beautiful word
One ration
among you spoiled it. Oni na
tion, which itsell boasts that it
Bibli tion; which has peo-
ple who belie', i I ey are th
ten lost tribi I Israel; which
has given to the world the most
beautiful tianslation :: i" Eng-
lish of the Bible, where that first
is story is told th it atioi
i l:a word Exodus
by it.- stupid and wicked policies,
When 4f)0n 0| my people board-
ed a boat in July io a hich they
had given the wondrous name
"Exodus of 1947" they tl ought
they had assured themselves of a
with that name. Ii was
thi promise ol freedom, it meant
that they might lift tl eir Leads
. !.', n in i- the hi- d of
their fathers. It meant that exih
and DP camps and calories meas-
ured out grudgingly were behind
them and i i ew life wa- ahead.
Not an i asy life, ol milk and
honey, but struggle and sweat
and toil and tears in the new
land it n eant that they would
I'd -'Hie mace nf mi' d. and all
be othei DP's would havi
ope, that soon they might gel a
chance to make their EXODUS.
't was not a propaganda stir l as
some wicked people Would I avi
vou believe, anymore than the
Declaration of Independence was
i propaganda stunt, oi Magi.a
Carta, or thi Russian a: d French
.'ion.-, or the high principles
'f Sun Yat Sen among mo ern
Chinesi. or the revolt of Tous-
L'Ouverture lor the negro
-laves, it was to be their EXO-
'H'S from horror.
ish
are
Tl ey didn't g,t there. Or ratl ei
lidjust long enough to be
ricked into turning hack. Others
1 -l out in boa's and not
made it storms, holes in the
otton hke the Patria and the
Struma. But this was differed.
This was entirely man-made.
Ihev wen tucked into believing
1' '" ipped to Cy-
- 14,000 othei Jew.
wait their turn to come home
ficia] Bi uish docu-
irefully pn pared in four
'"-'" h they understood
. promised them a temporary de-
' Cyprus. A kind of en
,'"'" hall wan ,0 Palestine,
Documei is- the Gestapo also
documents, when it took a
"| business away from
i Jew, and gave be.. a document
'""" that be had sold n to
lh' '" "' own tree will And
'low to,, documents to lure ,
"ff thi ii EXODUS sh
i British
back instead te t;.
Three of the,,, made i: to Pal
estine-three who had been lulled
on the high seas, outside Pales-
'"p territorial waters, when the
i':""";' boat of the British Im-
Pfrtal Navy, the A.IAX. had at-
attacked ..... "dangerous crimi-
nal'- who had dared to seek
exodus. Three dead Jews found
a haven ,n Pah.-,me. Dead Jews
Jwaya beer welcomed ii
Palestine, And for the rest-the
long way I ack to Germany.
Why Germany'1 Well
there '
will
lure men
ip, and onto
took them
i n any.
where. Their homes, "their ^'that" '>"* -"? Shrtage '
you i
..urtage
ts what his Majesty* govern-
mint explained in the great
forum of human liberty the
House of Commons. There is a
housil g shortage, and the only
place that Jews who dare to at-
oinpt an exodus can be housed is
in Germany.
And when they were brought
in Hamburg, the solicitous British
official had three degrees of com-
pulsion availablethat, too, is a
quotation from a British docu-
m nt (1) Manhanding. (2)
Ship's hose-pipes, (3) Tear gas.
But what the document doesn't
tell you is that to make their ig-
nominy complete, they were
luried over to 500 German po-
I ei men to guard them.
And all this happened in the
very week when your special
committee had published its re-
port, and specifically and un-
ai imously recommended that
150,000 Jews should be admitted
into Palestine. This was done un-
der the terms of a resolution
which you here in this Assembly
passed, that nothing should be
done to disturb the situation with
regard to Palestine.
You will excuse it gentlemen
of the United Nations if a Jew
sometimes gets hysterical in the
face of such events.

Here ye nations. I am a Jew
who believes that a Jewish state
must be established in Palestine
i! we are to find any kind ol
peace. No other solution will do
what statehood for Israel will do.
We want to join you here, we
want to raise our voices not on
lUCh sufferance as I have per-
mitted myself today, but with
vou. The debate is over on what
lews arenation, race, religion.
anomaly of history. Your own
committee recognized that. The
British committee ten years ago
unclei Lord Peel, reognized that.
Every act of discrimination
against one of us recognizes that
we are a people. When you deny
us the protection of the laws
which all other men have you
recognize that.
I am not happy with sugges-
tions of dividing up Palestine
into Jewish and Arab states. Mr.
Churchill divided Palestine. Jew-
ish Palestine, in 1921, and took
away three quarters of what was
legitimately ours then. Now you
ropose to take still more away.
and leave us room for a "state-
i Hi." If our cry for justice
would move you. you would de-
clare all of Western Palestine
and of the Transjordan, a Jewish
late. You would know, deep
down in your hearts, that no in-
jury would come to any other
people. You would know, because
some seventeen investigations
have proved it, that Jews have
not injured any Arabs, nor are
they likely to. You would know
that the cause of peace, the caus<
of the United Nations, will never
have a truer Iriend than a Jew-
ish Palestine. You would know
t: at a Jewish Palestine will be a
tulwark of freedom in a section
of the world where that word is
relatively unknown. And you
would know that the new Jews.
With their new spirit, will take
care of themselves in a Jewish
state.
Why a state? Because every
other experiment tried has failed
My people want no more hand-
outs or doles. It wants no more
developing lands for others to
come to diSDOSses them from. It
want- no African desert or Alas-
kan wild or Australian bush goun-
try. It wants a homein the one
pot on earth where it has proved
best its tab nt for homemaking.
You know wellyou have prob-
ably grown tired of hearing it
that my people have wrought
miracles in the wasteland of
Palestinethat they have the
Will to reclaim soil and build a
future for the whole Near East
I ol for themselves aloneso
that -idion which was once a
Garden of Eden may be one
again, for all our neighbors, who
;ow so shortsightedly keep us
out.
W v a statt? Not for the
trappings of statehood but for
'he benefits of a homeso that
our people will not be stateless
and homeless and displaced any-
more-nth at our people will
have recourse to your own sys-
tem of states, and not be depend-
FRIDAY,
JNTHEM^
Dear Editor;
In the debate no*
>rthe slullonno0*
Problem. p,.rn M
leader w,,uid ,
the position taken CS**1
can Council for ,yJtl*i
membeis ., ,. IL1^
thePji
some i
for
' American
|vh affirm
speaks for ,ts *
insists :
faitl
Ji .
no one
soli
thei,.
men,!*,,.
st*akj|]
MM of
"Posal of t.(
cmmitt,;
Jews.
In i. ,
Oil, the
Nations Special
Palestine for a Hi,,;
,in" and heeafel1!
Jewish and an JiS^H
to conform t-
essential i,,
peace. It
stability and
racial, ,,nic fl "relft
doomed h. bloodshed
Jon' -ssaa
for Judai m, through T??|
dpnt' L- sing j. RnJj
*uf' !' Plan wherStl
Pales,,nencblem could|?J
P,an > the cxtSJI
ooo j, T,lsplaced *
w>hout,,,,,,yandnotmJ
part of any partition or do?
plan but rather that it |
solely upon humanitarian 1
lives, '
The salient points of the J
are as foil m
1) The United Nations**
be nami d Trustee for Patefc
without delay.
2) Self-government at u
Wliesl le time shall bew
primary objj dive of the Tn^n
The con try's readiness for*
government shall be detenu*!
by the Trustee.
3) Immediate provision m
be made for the admission rf!
150,000 Displaced Persons of Jn-
ish faith.
4) Subsequent immigna:
shall be di termined by the lav
existing government of Palesoa'
5) Simultaneous with the so-
lution of the Palestine probld
the men; ers of the Unitedfr
tions are morally bound toibnt
among then the remaining D
placed 1' i of all faiths si
national origins.
6) The United States z*
take the leadership in advoausj
this solution of the Displaced Pa-
sons problem in the United ft
tions by -, tai il pledge thatewj
possible if: rt will be made*
secure legislation to li-
mit our fair share of DispW
Persoi is country.
Full del ul of this plan tost
been forwardi I to Secretary lb*'
shall foi the omsiderationoftB
United Stati delegation in*
United Nations Assembly.
You; very truly,__
BENJAMIN E. BRONSTffll

I
ent on the individual whim*
any one country.
You have greater prot*
than the can ol a few hur.oW
thousand : : able Jews. W
nave a world to rebuild, ate*
energy ti trol, questions*
power to HidyourseW
and the : 'hls n"?
unrest. Men say we are a Pf
jt bargainers. If ."*
he justice I our claim
whole of Palestine, you
ably win us ^er to a par'
give it to a without stn*J
mandate. Give*
right to call tW
own-and you
u will be record
memory of ig
King of PWJ
prot-
V-
lied "the an"0'
lintd
government
ously in its
people the
souls their
be blessed
in the time
pielike Cyrus,
whom wi
one of G-d.'* ^
Help our people regal
faith. They pray for y*J2
the success ol y-ur deudb
Grant the ^/JK**
plea, this ::^^f,e5i
of a people's '"*'af fcrtH *
need, that they may go ^
the New Yea, with W (or.
hearts-joy ..nvng us (a*
tunate Jews for the re ^
one hope is l)kncu
Yi.Toel.


IaY. OCTOBER SI. 1949
iversity Symphony Opening To
sent Brazilian Pianist Novaes
.nine soloist with the uni----------
fc of Miami Symphony or- Van Paasen Features
E su U afternoon at 4:30
K. Guiomar Novaes, Brazi-
JD';,. ho also will appear
f he orchestra in Monday's
K a. 8:30 p.m. Both
Us will be presented under
in,....... Conductor Mod-
rAllo.. the Miami Senior
.,,.,; auditorium.
will play Saint
4 in C Minor.
fjetrislilkrklhii
PAGE FIFTEEN
Callahan & Stuzin
Open Beach Offices
r.e. N
U' Corn erto No.
Lor of the memory of the
hound.-, of the symphony or-
Iru An ild Volpe, the or-
[' wiU present "Andante
,bile" from his Quartette in
lajor. A firsl presentation in
wil! b" the playing of the
l^eol iini's opera "L'As
i Di O :'u'-"
s included on the program
be i aikowsky's Sym-
Lv No 6 in B Minor (Patheti-
I tht n ovemente of which
lAdagio: Allegro non troppo.
gro con grazia, Allegro molto
L ami Finale, Adagio la-
loso.
tier artists for the season in-
yehudi Menuhin, Alex-
, Kip: Gregory Piatigor-
|Buggi Ricco, Helen Trau-
Wiicl Malcuzynsky and
|iel Ken Concerts are to ap-
in p.
addition to the symphony
the University is bringing
fcha Elma for his fourth con-
Itive year, December 8; also,
chanih i music concerts by
iFim- Arl Quartet, February
Ind 11, and an entire Beet-
fcn piano recital by Henriette
helson. January 12. The last
conn..- will take place in
llecturi' i all on the new main
Ipu- as well as recitals by
Wrs of the University music
Jlty-
lodi'stf Alloo is entering his
usicaJ director and
luctoi oi the symphony which
started in 1926 by the late
lold Volpe; Joe Belov serves
issocintr conductor, Mrs. Ar-
Volpe is >n charge of ar-
lements.
tr. Elman was the first inter-
(onally known artist to appear
tht group in 1935.
Dance Party Sunday
bll
I hold theii
jy, Sundi j
Jewish C
fywood, ac
ncement b
pdent,
Herbert
he dam e,
available
Ihe dour.
,odge, B'nai B'rith
annual Fall dance
. November 2, at
ommunity Center,
cording to an an-
y Irving Hoffman,
Heiden, chairman
states that tickets
from members or
Lecture Series
Men's club of Temple Israel
and White Temple Men's club will
jointly sponsor a Town Hall lec-
ture series forum featuring four
internationally konwn speakers
beginning November 25.
Herman Binder, forum commit-
tee chairman, announced that
Pierre Van Paassen, author and
lecturer on European affairs will
open the series. Other speakers
are: Dorothy Thompson, author,
lecturer, and radio commentator;
John Temple Graves, II, editor,
author and columnist; and Harold
J. Kennedy, playwright, actor and
producer.
Because of the great demand
for tickets expected, seats will be
offered to members of the two
sponsoring organizations before
they will be available to the pub-
lic, Mr. Binder said.
Jewish Congress Drama
On Local Radio Program
A socio-drama of personal in-
cidents which the Commission of
Community Inter-relations has
presented throughout the country
will be sponsored by American
Jewish Congress, Monday, No-
vember 3, over Station WGS. 10
a.m., on the "Jane Recommends"
program.
Mike Cooper of the youth
group, Mark Caplan, vice-presi-
dent of the "men's chapter, and
Mrs. Louis Glasscr, president of
Florida Women's division, will
evaluate the method of "how to
-quelch a bigot" which appeared
in Pageant magazine last July.
Rose Chapter Meeting
Rose chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold their regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. Dor-
othy Damash, 1620 S.W. 9th st.,
Tuesday, November 4, according
to Mrs. Maxine Reinhard, presi-
dent of the group. C. R. Jacobsen,
executive secretary of B'nai B'rith
council, will discuss functions ol
the council before the women.
Plans will be made for a party
at Veterans hospital late in No-
vember. A quiz program and so-
cial will follow the business meet-
ing. ---------------------------
NEW PLEDGES WELCOMED
Iota Alpna Pi welcomed new
pledges with a luncheon and
swim party at the Vanderbilt ho-
tel, Sunday. Those honored were
Misses Miriam Brauner, Florence
Finklestein, Sharlene Gershon.
Gloria Greenberg, Janice Green-
berg, Sunny Goldberg, Roslyn
Goodis, Elayne Paulson, Shirley
Reich, and Myrna Schlossberg.
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DUblic accountants in the duPont
Bldg., announces the opening of
its Miami Beach office to be lo-
i ated at 436-37 Mercantile Na-
tional Bank Bldg. This office is
to facilitate the management of
business, accounting, and and tax
problems of its Miami Beach
clients, and to expand its present
existing facilities, revealed David
Stuzin, who will be direct super-
visor of the branch. Stuzin and
W. J. Callahan organized the firm
in April of 1943.
Mr. Stuzin is the vice-president
ol Miami chapter of Florida In-
stiute of Accountants, and a mem-
ber of American Institute of Ac-
countants. National Association of
Cost Accountants, New York
State Society of Certified Public
Accountants and Municipal Fi-
nance Officers Association. For-
n erly treasurer of the Miami
Junior Chamber of Commerce, he
has also served as director of the
Miami Y.M. & W.H.A.
Sisterhood Bazaar
Is Set For January
A bazaar to raise funds for the
support of Temple Beth Sholom
Religious school was arranged at
the first board meeting of the
Sisterhood, with Mrs. Alexander
Kogan presiding. The affair will
take place in the Temple Patio
grounds January 21 and 22, 11
a.m. to 11 p.m.
Chairman of the bazaar will be
Mrs. Allan Becker with Mrs. Ca-
mille Baum as co-chairman.
Others appointed were: Mrs. Si-
mon Wolf, bakery; Mrs. Louis
Krensky, aprons; Mrs. Joseph
Arkin, flowers; Mrs. Joseph Hart,
dining room; Mrs. Herbert Gut-
n Bl religious gifts; Mrs. Murray
Maurer, smoke shop; Mrs. Bert
Whiteman, toys; Mrs. Samuel
Kelemer. music; Mrs. Louis Gold-
man, fortune teller; Mrs. David
Levinson, soft drinks; Mrs. Ben
Seidler. candy; Mrs. Morris Bo-
rick, frankfurters; Mrs. Irving
Rothman groceries: Mrs. Emanuel
Goldstrich, gift shop; Mrs. Leo
Robinson, hamburgers: Mrs. Abe
Zinnamon, coffee Mrs. Isadore C.
Greenberg and Mrs. Harry Kohn,
cashiers.
Mizrachi Chapter
Names New Officers
Tamara chapter of Mizrachi
Women of Greater Miami will
hold a general meeting at the
home of Mrs. I. Slatsky, 1820 S.
W. 6th St., November 5 at 8 p.m.
Newly chosen officers of the
group include: Mrs. Israel Yul-
ush, president; Mrs. Louis Ma-
kovsky, first vice-president; Mrs.
Murray Grauer, second vice-
president; Mrs. Irving Katz, third
vice-president; Mrs. B. L. Klein,
corresponding sec; Mrs. Jack
Kane; recording sec; Mrs. Slat-
sky, financial sec; and Mrs R.
Maigolics, treasurer.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger is organ-
izational advisor to the group,
representing the national office
of Mizrachi. Mrs. Theodore
Landesman will serve as cultur-
al chairman and Mrs. Martin
Rothschild as membership chair-
man
SHELDON BRIS SUNDAY
A bris for Mark Sheldon, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Greene,
was held at their home, 334 Eu-
clid ave., Miami Beach, Sunday.
Rabbi Lasarus Lehrer of 1560
S.W. 5th St., performed the cere-
mony, Rabbi S. Schulrran and
Cantor J. Rosenstein assisted.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER |J


UVES OF OUR TIME3
JiMLJAC0BJOMR_
k, NORMAN .d W
/ffMl MAN WHO WAS ALMOST SINGLE-
HANDEDLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
ELIMINATION OF MALARIA IN THE HOIV
LAND, HAS SINCE HIS DEATH IN 1944
BEEN CALLED THE JEWISH MARTYR OF
DR.KUGLER WAS 0KN AND EDUCATED
IN AMERICA. BY 1920. AT THE AGE OF
51. HE HAD ALREADY WORKED WITH
N06UCHI ON YELLOW FEVER RESEARCH
IN PERU AND MEXICO, AND WAS
ENGAGED IN RESEARCH IN THE ROUEfMN
INSTITUTE LABORATORIES
>0^'
SsfcA-
WHEN THE URGENT CALL CAME THR0U6H TO
HIM IN 1920 PLEADING FOR HIS IMMIDIATE
HELP IN COMBATTING THE EVILS OF MALARIA
IN PALESTINE,DR.KUGLER DIDN'T HESITATE/
HE LEFT HIS SPARKLIN6 WHITE LABORATORY.
AND DEPARTEO FOR THE DISEASE-FILLED
SWAMPS OF THE EAST.
FIVE YEARS LATIR.THE MALARIA COM-
MISSION OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
VTSITW PALESTINE TO OBSERVE THE
PROGRESS OF KUUER'S WORK.THEY
MPORTED THAT THE RESEARCH STATION
AT ROSH PINAH WAS ONE OF THE BEST
EXAMPLES OF MALARIA CONTROL EVER
ESTABLISHED/
- ^
wowhk with hadassah m m
plans for the straus health center
AMD THE ROTHSCHIlD-HAC;.:SAH UNlVEKlTV
HOSPITAL IN JERUSALEM, r, iS INVAUUII
AID SPRANG FROM AN INTENSE DESKEtt
VY0RJ5 fOR HIS PEOPLE AND HIS Ujjp/
AT THE OUTBREAK OF WAR,PROF. KLIGLER
CREATED A COUNCIL OF ALL INTERESTED
AGENCIES TO DISCUSS FOOD PROBLEMS.
ITS WORK INCLUDED STIMULATED PRO-
DUCTION AND THE IMPORT AND EXPORT
OF ALL FOOD NECESSITIES.
THE WAR SPREAD/AND SO DID DOCTOR
KLIGIER'S ACTIVITIES.ON BEHALF OF THE
JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE, HE WENT
TO YEMEN TO ORGANIZE RELIEF IOR
THOUSANDS OF SUFFERING, HUNGER-
RACKED, SICK REFUGEES.
WEN POLISH SOLDIERS, SENT TO THE NEAR
EAST WERE STRICKEN WITH TYPHUS, IT WAS
KLIGLER WHO RACED TO THEIR QUARANTINED
BARRACKS TO BRING THEM BACK TO HEALTH.
IN GRATITUDE FOR HIS SERVICES, HE WAS
AWARDED AN HONORARY MEDAL BY TIE
POLISH GOVERNMENT.
AS HEAD Of THE DEPARTMENT OF
BACTERIOLOGY ANO HYGIENE AT
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN JER-
USALEM. PROF. KLIGLER CONTINUED
TO SUPERVISE THE YOUNG DIS-
CIPLES WHO WERE TO CARRY ON
HIS WORK.
ALL TOO MM THE END CAME. AT THE fcbtOf^jT
SUDDENLY MED. TODAY, HIS NAME IS SPOKEN ttffHTU
BY GRATEFUL MOTHERS WHOSE CHILDREN ARE FREE
FROM RICKETS,BY ARDEHT COLONISTS WHO CAN
BUILD THEIR NEW HOMES WITHOUT FEAR OF MUAbl
BY REFU6EES WHOSE UVES ARE BEING UCOlh
STRUCTED WITH THE HELP OF HIS MEDICAL AIDS
THIS THE'JEWIStl MARTYR OF SCIENCE'-
Carnival Hall
\rmisli<-' "X tiI
lii Coral l.ihlrs
An Armistice Night Carnival
ball will be sponsored by the
Coral Gables lodge, B'nai B'rith, i
Tuesday, November 11. 8 p.m..'
at the Coral Gables Women's
club, 1009 E. Ponce de Leon Blvd.,
Culminating the membership!
drive ol the Indue, the affair is
under the leadership of Oscar
Sindell, who announces that
prizes for outstanding work in
the drive will be awarded. Games
and entertainment have been
planned in carnival booths espe-
cially constructed for the occa-
sion by Sam Schulefield, dance
chairman. Coral Gables Women's
chapter will serve refreshments.
Sidm y Richman is ticket C
"Birthday Sunday" For
Hollywood Jewish Center
A monthly "Birthday Sunday"
was among the plans made by
Parent Teachers Group of the
Religious School of Hollywood
Jewish Center at their first meet-
ing this week, it was revealed by
Chairman Mrs. Ruth Slater. Chil-
dren whose birthdays occur with-
in any school month will be
honored the last Sunday of the
month at a birthday luncheon giv-
en by their mothers for the en-
tire school, Mrs. Slater explained.
Celebrating last Sunday were:
Joel Sachs, Rita Mannhein, Mel-
vin Green. Flora Gbldaman, Flor-
ence Oppenheim, and Ralph
Perry.
"Over 21" Club Officers
Recently elected officers of tho
"Over 21" club which meets at
the Miami Beach Y on Tuesday
evenings, are President Jerry
Brodsky, Vice-president Jewel
Labor, Recording Secretary Mick-
ey Rabin, Treasurer Norman
Green, and Corresponding Sec-
retary Roz Schnider. Club mem-
bers roller skate on Wednesday
evenings and bowl at Brunswick
Bowland, Fridays at 9 o'clock.
Cornblum, decorations: Max
Weinberg and Sam Weissel, enter-
tainment and prizes; and Sidney
Lewis, publicity.
Tickets will be available at the
door.
Masquerade Barbecue
Forty or more guests, all with
costumes and masks, are expected
by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dreyfuss
at their masquerade barbecue to-
morrow night, 120 W. San Marino
drive. Prizes will be awarded to
the best costumes.
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