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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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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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^UJME^T^NUMBER 45
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 7, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Federation Overseas Delegation Departs
Soviet Asks End Of
Palestine Mandate
Within Two Months
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Editor, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The Soviet Union this week put for-
ward a ten-point plan for the partitioning of Palestine, which
calls for abrogation of the British Mandate within two months
and withdrawal of all British forces by April 30, 1948.
The plan, wh;ch differs in both content and application from
the American proposals made last Friday, provides for Security
------------------------------------------------ Council supervision over Pales-
m A tine during the transitional peri-
A JC To Amend
Conference Plan
Haganah-Irgun
Feud Continues
JERUSALEM (JTA)The spo-
radic warfare between the Ha-
ganah and the Irgun continued :
early this week, despite appeals
by large sections of the Yishuv
for an end to the fratricidal strife,
and despite claims by both sides
that thty are acting only in self-
defense. Among the incidents re-
Ported were beatings, shootings,
Ibductione and the theft of sev-
eral cars. There were victims on
both sides.
A Jewish Agency spokesman
WjJ that the executive was un-
able to halt the clashes since the
action being take by the Haga-
"an was in accordance with the
resolutions adopted by the meet-
m of the Zionist Actions Com-
mittee in Zurich last summer.
added that it has been decided
> continue the necessary opera-
tions to "prevent rule of the Yi-
nuv by dissident elements."
Miami Trio Given Huge Sendoff
As Overseas Trip Gets Underway
With the cheers of more than 800 Miamians still ringing in
their ears Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Max
Orovitz were scheduled to arrive in Parish yesterday to begin
their month's tour of displaced persons camps and Jewish com-
munities in Europe and Palestine as representatives of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. __________________________
The cheers were echoing from* -
.____i_.. i____. .......i The American Jewish Congress
announced that it would support
at the forthcoming session of the
American Jewish Conference in
Chicago the establishment of a
representative and democratic
body speaking for American
Jewry but declared that the Plan
proposed by the Committee on
Future Organization of the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference was in-
adequate to achieve that end and
was "violative of the basic princi-
ples on which a democratic or-
ganization must be founded." To
meet the inadequacies of the pro-
posed Plan, the Congress an-
nounced that it would propose
amendments at the forthcoming
session of the Conference design-
ed to extend considerably the
jurisdiction of the proposed or-
ganization; to give it decision-
making powers; to require all af-
filiates to accept as binding de-
cisions reached by democratic
processes; and to provide for
closer unity between American
Jewry and the Jews of other lands
throughout the world. The Con-
gress' position was set forth in a
resolution adopted at a joint
meeting of its Executive and Ad-
ministrative Committees in New
York City last week.
ine nwni vyciv ~----o
the spectacular bon voyage re
ception staged by the Keymen s
Club of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation last Sunday after-
noon at the Hotel Columbus.
More than 800 persons represent-
ing virtually all workers in the
1947 Combined Jewish Appeal
attended. ... .
Never before in the history or
the local Jewish community was
staged a more moving demonstra-
tion of kinship with fellow-Jews
"in the grave yard that is Europe
and in the land of new hope that
Local SOS Campaign Chairman Named
IfcJJfcl Sidney L. Weintraub has been named chairman of the
Plies for Overseas Surivors campaign by the Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations.
Executive meeting, Sunday November "t "
a.m. will be held in the Robert Richter hotel to dis-
cuss and formulate plans for the campaign.
SOS is a relief-in-kind collection of the Joint
Distribution Committee, major American agency
aiding distressed Jews overseas Nine and a halt
million pounds of relief supplies have been collected
since January of 1946. Goal for 1947 alone is six reUlrneu w .... -------
million pounds. t. Europe by the very nation which
** The local campaign of SOS. one of 850 in the d to facilitate their im
JPU,iu country, was turned over to the Conference of migr,t,on into P^stine.
& Women's Organizations recently by the Greater Miami MThm u only *
"wish Federation. (Continued on Page 4)
is Palestine," according to Stan-
ley C. Myers, Federation vice
president who delivered the
principal address on "the Mean-
ing and Importance of the Over-
seas Mission."
"Our act in sending this delega-
tion abroad must be viewed
against the backdrop of a world
picture composed of suspicion and
distrust," Mr. Myers said "Fear
strikes our heart over what has
happened in a few short years to
our hope for One World. No
longer do we hear the voice of
a great leader crying out for the
Four Freedoms. Anti-Semitism is
more rampant in Germany and
Austria than ever before. Truly,
the world is in a chaotic condi-
'"The situation of the Jews is
tied up with this condition. If the
nations of the world had been
able to come together, would we
today still have more than 250,-
000 Jews in D. P. camps? Would
we have had an 'Exodus 1947 -
with homeless and hopeless Jews
returned to the graveyard of
Civil Rights Body
Submits Report
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
President's Committee on Civil
Rights, which was appointed last
December to investigate the
status of civil rights in the U. S.
and recommend more adequate
means of guaranteeing them, this
week called for federal and state
legislation to bar religious and
racial discrimination in employ-
ment, education and housing and
urged the enactment of measures
curbing the dissemination through
the mails of defamatory litera-
ture.
President Truman, making a
(Continued on Page 4)
od before creation of independ-
ent Arab and Jewisn states,
which it suggests should be set
up by January 1, 1949.
At a closed session of the sub-
committee on partition, Semyon
Tsarapkin, the Soviet delegate,
outlined the following program:
1. Termination of the Mandate
by January 1, 1948.
2. Withdrawal of British troops
in the shortest possible time and
no later than four months after
the termination of the Mandate.
3 The shortest possible transi-
tion period between abrogation
of the Mandate and proclamation
of independence, but no longer
than one year from the end of
the Mandate.
4. Assumption of the adminis?
tratyon of Palestine in the transi-
tion period after abrogation of
the Mandate by the United Na-
tions, through its Security Coun-
cil which shall administer Pales-
tine through a special commis-
sion composed of representatives
of the Council's member states.
The seat of this commission shall
be Palestine.
5. Implementation by the spe-
cial commission, upon its reach-
ing Palestine, of the General As-
sembly's decision on borders.
6. Election by the same special
commission of provisional coun-
cils of government in both states,
after consultation with the demo-
cratic parties and social organs
of the Jewish and Arab states.
The activities of the Jewish and
Arab provisional governments
shall be carried on under the di-
rection of the special commission.
8. The constituent assembly of
each state shall work out a dem-
ocratic constitution and elect its
government.
The provisional governmental
councils of each state shall estab-
lish central and local adminis-
trative prgans of government un-
der the supervision of the spe-
cial commission.
10. The provisional govern-
mental councils shall form armed
militias as soon as possible, com-
posed of the citizens of their own
states and sufficiently strong to
maintain internal order and pre-
(Continued on Page 6)
Volunteers Called to Mass Meeting
As the first step in the city-wide population survey to be con-
ducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Foundation a mass meeting of
all volunteer census enumerators will be held at Temple Israel on
Thursday night, November 13th, it is announced by M. J. Kopelowitz,
chairman of the census committee.
Purpose of the meeting, according to the chairman, is to rehearse
the volunteers on their task which is to begin the following Sunday.
It is hoped to complete the survey within the eight day period of
Sunday, November 16 to Sunday, November 23, inclusive.
About 500 volunteers have already signed up as workers in the
recruitment campaign conducted for the Federation by the Confer-
ence of Jewish Women's Organizations.
An additional 500 workers are needed, Mr. Kopelowitz stated,
in an appeal urging greater response to the call for more census
enumerators. Those desiring to cooperate by pleding to call on a
minimum of ten families should phone Mr. Kopelowitz at 3-5411.


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Hadassah To Aid
Aliyah Movement
At the next meeting of Miami
group of Hadassah, Monday, in
the auditorium of Beth David,
Mrs. David Sernaker, chairman
of the Youth
Aliyah (immi-
g r a t i o n )
m o v e m e n t,
will present a
program rep.
resentative of
the organiza-
tion's latest
project.
"Hadassah is
one of the
agencies desig-
Mrs. Sernaker nated to round
up Europe's refugee children,"
Mrs. Sernaker explained. "Many
have been found hiding in caves;
others in monasteries under as-
sumed names; and still others
boarded out with families who
now demand a ransom."
Youth Aliyah workers of Ha-
dassah are seeking to find these
children. Funds collected here
provide hospital and medical
care, food and clothing, as well
as teachers and training.
All members and friends are
urged to attend this meeting at
1 p.m.
B. & P. Groups
In Joint Meeting
A joint meeting of the Miami
and Miami Beach Business and
Proessional Division of Hadas-
sah will be held Thursday eve-
ning, November 13, at 8:30 p.m.
at the Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
Scheduled for the meeting is
a report of the 33rd National Ha-
dassah Convention given by Miss
Lillian Goodman, president of
the Miami Beach group. M i s 9
Edyth Fleischer and Miss Lola
Bick, delegates, will also speak.
A musical program has been ar-
ranged.
Center Membership
To Hear Reports
Miami Beach Jewish Communi-
ty Center will hold a special
meeting Monday evening. No-
vember 10, at 8:00 p.m., to en-
able the membership to obtain a
first hand current report on the
progress that is being made in
the construction of the new edi-
fice.
Meeting will be highlighted by
reports rendered by Al Stone,
chairman of construction, and
George J. Tulianoff. general
chairman for the campaign. Mem-
bers and their wives are invited
to attend.
8
urdine's
Sunshine Cushions
Christmas
Cards
Made from your own snap-
shots. Just bring in the neg-
ative!
10c
each
Your Christmas greeting
becomes even more personal
with a picture of you and
the family ... or your home
... or a favorite photo you
have taken for the cover of
your Christmas card. Choose
from a wide selection of
basic cards each with
envelopes. Ask about our
special folders for color
prints.
URDINE's, MIAMI, CAMERA
SHOP. STREET ELOOR
Personally Speaking...
Jack Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Goldstein, 1927
S.W. 18th ct., was born in Jackson Memorial hospital, October 29.

Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver are res ding at their new home,
3021 S.W. 16th st., Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gurtman of Brooklyn are visiting her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glick of Miami.

Miss Judith Saal, daughter of Mrs. Mary Saal, 624 Michigan
ave., M ami Beach, is now in training at Hechlutz Farm at Cream-
ridge, N. J., for her future role in Palestine as a Chalutza. She
is a recent graduate of the University of Miami. Before going to
the farm, Miss Saal spent a weekend at New Haven, Conn.,
with her brother, Hubert, a student of Yale.
...
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein of 639 West ave., Miami
B?ach, have returned from a vacation in Flushing, N. Y. with
the-'r son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mort M. Allen. A
son, Lawrence Stuart, was born to the Aliens this summer.

Friends of Mrs. Alex Van Straaten were pleased to learn
that she is recuperating and will return to Miami for Thanks-
giving. Mr. Van Straaten spent a few days on Miami Beach last
week before returning to Philadelphia.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle are back from a short trip to
Chicago.
...
While on their honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Zisken of
Chicago are v siting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno at 744 Michi-
gan ave. Zisken was stationed in Miami during the war.
...
Miss Rita Gordon of 1021 N.W. 1st st. has returned from a
summer vacation in New York.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Kazer and their daughters, Judith
(Cookie) and Alevia. have recently moved into the.'r new home
at 3524 S.W. 3rd st. They are expecting Mr. and Mrs. F. Zucker-
berg and family of Chicago to visit them soon. Formerly of Chi-
cago, the Kazers have lived on Miami Beach for two years.
...
Vacationing through the Carolinas are Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Wasman of M ami.
...
After a three-week trip to New York and Camden, N. J., visit-
ing her family and friends. Miss Shirlee Zimmerman will return
home this week. She resides at 2547 S.W. 14th st.
Alumnae Association
Plan Building Fund
Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae as-
sociation held their first regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. M.
Lubel on November 1st. Plans
were made for the coming sea-
son's activities. Mrs. Robert Rosen,
who initiated the building fund
for the Beta Theta chapter house
on the new University of Miami
ampus. was named chairman for
the fund campaign. A social hour
followed the business session.
Next meeting will take place at
the home of Helene Hirschthal.
1334 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach on December 13.
Wise Ask President
To Retain Committee
Lauding the report of the
President's Committee on Civil
Rights, Dr. Stephen S. Wise.
President of the American Jew-
ish Congress, called on President
Truma to keep the Committee in
existence to obtain the adoption
of its recommendations. Dr. Wise
urged immediate executive and
legislative action for "correction
of the evils demonstratid by the
Committee ... by enacting legis-
lation to end discrimination in
employment and to stop t h e
crime of lynching. Immediate ac-
tion by Congress on poll tax laws
and the elimination of the Jim
Crow evil is demanded by every
decent citizen of our country."
Newlyweds Take
Florida Honeymoon
' Now honeymooning on the
West coast of Florida are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Shulman, whose
Sunday wedding took place in
the home of Rabbi Lrving Lehi -
man. She is the former Miss
Bstelle Lenter, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Lenter of New
York City.
Schulman. son of Mrs. Mary
Schulman, 535 N. W. 49th st.. is
a veteran lieutenant of the air-
borne service. He is currently
operating the Hideaway cocktail
lounge on Miami Beach.
Upon their return, the couple
will reside at 3100 Sheridan ave
Plonick-Miller Vows
Sunday at Shelborne
In a chapel illuminated by can- (
dlelight the former Miss Elaine
Planick and Frederic Miller ex-,
changed vows Sunday at the
Shelborne hotel. Rabbi Irving
Lehman performed the cere-1
mony.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Planick of 1506 Penn-
-ylvania ave., Miami Beach,
chose her sister, Jocelyn, for
maid of honor, and Mrs. Berdie
Ross, matron of honor. Miss Le-
nore Gerstman and Miss Mar-
lene Planick, also a sister of the
bride, were bridesmaids.
Sheldon Uday of Detroit was
best man for Miller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Miller, 4460
Pinetree dr. Ushers were Arthur
Lehman of New York City and,
Alan Stuart Ross.
A reception on the mezzanine
anl dinner in the dining room
followed the marriage ceremony.
The couple will reside on Mi-
ami Beach after a wedding trip
to New Orleans and Central
America.
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Winx Girls Honor
Mrs. Weinkle
Mrs. Carl Weinkle will be gw,,
of honor at a Winx chapter of
B'nai B'rith Girls meeting No
vember 12, at the home of' Miss
Roberta Freeman, 4561 Post ave
Miami Beach, at 8 p.m.
President of the Rose chapter
of B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Norman
Reinhard, will present a silk
American f 1 a g to Miss Marilyn
Fishman, temporary president of
the group. Miss Betty Ann Wein
traub of Rose chapter, will de"
scribe community service pro-
grams adopted by other youth
groups.
Winx chapter was r.amed in
honor of Mrs. Weinkle when it
was first organized.
/ VI' Chairmen
Plan Activities
Cheirmen of the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission will
report on prograps planned by
their committees for the year at
a meeting Wednesday, 8:30 p.m.,
in room 219 of 927 Lincoln Rd.
Chairman of the commission,
S. A. Goodman announced that
Rabbi Moses Mescneloff will re-
port on the budget; Mr. Jacob
Getz and Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer. Masada; Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish, program; Mrs. Alfred Stone,
Young Judaea; Mrs. Jandon
Schwarz and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man. Junior Hadassah; and Har-
old Shipiro, University of Miami
IZFA.
The Zionist Youth Commission
is made up of members of Senior
Hadassah and Masada, who meet
to coordinate, guide and direct
the activities of the Zionist youth
groups of Junior Hadassah, Ma-
sada, IZFA and Young Judaea,
Goodman explained.
Worth-Soltz
Announce Betrothal
Engagement of their daughter,
Roslyn, to Mr. Gerald Paul Soltz,
is being announced tonight by
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worth at a
dinner party for the immediate
family in th'ir home, 1601 Mich-
igan ave.. Miami Beach.
Miss Worth attended Brooklyn
college, the University of Hava-
na and was graduated from the
University of Miami where she
was a member of Sigma Delta Pi.
national Spanish honor society.
She is corresponding secretary of
.he Greater Miami Unit of Ju-
nior Hadassah and a member of
the Clara Hirsch Landau chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Young Wom-
en and Junior League.
Her fiance was graduated from
Miami Senior High and is at pres-
ent attending the University of
Miami. Now an active member
of A. V C, So'tz ser""d 2><4 vears
in the Unit d States Signal Corpa
Anticipated appearance of
Henry A. Wallace at a Miami
rally early in February w a i
announced by Leo Scheiner.
chairman of the local commit-
tee of the Southern Conference
for Human Welfare, thii week.
Sorority Honors
Pledges at Luncheon
Green and white, color scheme
of Alpha Epsilon Phi, was pre-
dominant when Miami's alumni
association held its annual Found.
er's day luncheon Saturday at
the Garden Restaurant. Active
members and pledge* from the
University of Miami, a* well as
alumni, gathered to commemo-
rate the founding of the sororitv
at Barnard College. October 24.
1909. Mrs. Jack Schiff was hos-
tess for the afternoon.
New pledges: Ellen Bernstein.
Joan Brick, Elaine Davis, Hen-
riet Goldman, Nancy Hirsch, De-
borah Levy, Myrna Lyons, Elea-
nor Pincus, Harriet Schwartz-
man, Joan Schlanger. Shirley
Walberg, Charlotte Wikles, Fay
Zwick, and Toby Ritwe. were
honored at an open house in the
Vanderbilt hotel that evening.
Alpha Epsilon Phi now has
thirty-three active chapters, com
prising a total membership of
over eight thousand.
Center Junior League
Plans Membership Dance
First membership dance of
Junior League of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center was an-
nounced by Miss Norma Green,
chairman of the membership
committee, to be held at the Cen-
ter November 9. Music will be
furnished by Me! Todd
Membership in the group is
open to young men and women
between the ages of 18 and 30,
Miss Green said. Dues and fees
will te accepted at the door of
any of their forthcoming dances.
Committees for the first dance
are: Miss Green and Gershon
Miller, program: Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Zieve, Mrs. Ruth Gold-
berg, Stanley Saval and Shirley
Pardo, decorations; Miss Pardo.
publicity; and Mr. and Mrs. Zi-
eve, refreshments.
lohnson Employment Service
Help of All Kinds
127 N. E. 1st Ave.
Room 212
Phone 3-6735
HAROLDS, INC.
Ilitii iliisst-rs
1039 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Phones 5-0467, 5-0468
440 E. Las Olas Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale
COMMUNITY
CONCERT
S E R I ES
AUSPICES Y. M. & W. H. A.
OF MIAMI BEACH
Bartlett duo pianists
Robertson
TUESDAY, DEC. 16th
ALBERT
Spalding violinist
SUNDAY. JAN. 18th
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PAGE THREE
Miami Y Sets
program For Age
tiroup Over 59
Plans have been completed for
he golden age program for people
0Ver 50 years of age, it was an-
nounced by Ben Essen, chairman
cf the adult activities committee
0f the Miami Y.
Essen requested that all people
over 50 years of age who are in-
vested in this type of program
'end then names and addresses
fine YM & YWHA, 1567 S.W
5th st.. Miami. Florida. As soon
as the names have been received
a definite date for a meeting will
be set. ______________
Scout Troop 65
Plans Reorganization
A special meeting for the pur-
pose of reorganizing and revital-
izing Boy Scout troop 65, which
has been functioning in the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center for the past two years,
was held Thursday. A. N. Ber-
gida, regional scout commission-
er of this area, was present at
the meeting to help the boys for-
mulate plans for the coming
vear.
Joe Rood was selected to be
scout master; Leonard Selk and
Murray S. Bast, assistant scout
masters. Al Osheroff, Irving Cy-
pen and Nat Klonsky form a
committee of laymen to direct
activities i>f the group.
Boys net ween the ages of 12
and 15 a r c invited to attend
Thursday evening meetings at
the Center at 8 p.m.
Leon Kaplan Renamed Miami Y Head;
Annual Election Set For December 2nd
Leon Kaplan was renominated president of the Miami "Y"
without opposition at the annual nomination meeting Tuesday
evening. Also unanimously chosen to serve with him for 1948
were Max R. Silver, first vice-president; Ben Essen, second vice-
present; Sam Seitl.n. third vice-president; Jean Guberman. sec-
retary and David Brown, treasurer. Members of the board nomi-
nated for three years: Leo Ackerman. Al Berkowitz, Joseph
* Bermann. Nat Blumberg, Alex
FOOD IS SCARCE!
DON'T WASTE IT ON
Let Or I. m rid your builsins ot
Phone 3-4848
449 W. Flaglor St.
MIAMI'S FINEST
ELECTRICAL STORE
"Some Say"

Light Fixtures
Appliances
Itadios
Open Friday Evening
MONAHAN'S
INC.
2208 S. W. 8th St.
Phone 4-0632
Sam Weissel's Reception
Honors Bar Mitzvah
Over fifty boys and girls said
Kiddush over wine and sang
"Sholom Bar Mizvah, Sholom"
to Roy Weissel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Weissel of Coral Ga-
bles, following his Bar Mitzvah
in Beth David Congregation last
Saturday. About two hundred
friends and relatives attended
the reception.
Rabbi Max Shapiro served as
master of ceremonies that eve-
ning at a dinner dance in the
Robert Richter hotel. In tribtute
to the memory of Mrs. Ruth
Goodman, mother of Mrs. Weis-
sel, Cantor Maurice Mamches
sang "Mother, My Dear" among
his many other renditions.
Buddy Weissel, brother of the
Bar Matzvah, flew down from
Valley Forge Military Academy,
Wayne, Pa., to attend the cere-
mony.
Workmen's Circle to Pick
National Representative
Representative delegates of
Florida branches of the Work-
men's Circle will gather Sunday
at 2 p.m. to choose two candidate
members for the National Board
of directors. The names will be
sent in the form of a referendum
to all Florida members so that
one permanent member may be
chosen for the next two years.
This is the first year that Flor-
ida has had sufficient member-
ship to warrant representation on
the national board. Meeting will
be held at the Miami Beach
Lyceum, 25 Washington ave
Talianoff Guest Speaker
Newly elected officers of Clara
irsh Landau chapter of B'nai
B'rith Young Women will take
harge of the next meeting, Mon-
day, at the home of Miss Miriam
Miller, 5493 Bay id.. Miami Beach.
George J. Talianoff. regional di-
lector of the Anti-Defamation
League is to be guest speaker.
Miss Shirley Collegeman was
chosen president at their last
meeting. Other officers include:
Mrs. Bebe Finn, vice pies.; Miss
Sheila Wallman. treas.; Miss Jo
Zinner. ec. sec; Miss Eva Rosner,
corres. sec; and Miss Annette
Merchin. reporter.
Monday's meeting is scheduled
for 8 p.m.
Cohen, Charles H. Cohen, Milton
Friedman, Nat Gans, Abe Gold-
man, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, M. J.
Kopelowitz. Leon Lieberman, S.
B. Miller. E. Albert Pallot, Jake
Sher, Seymour Simon; members
of the board for one year: R. W.
Apte, Samuel Beckman, George
Chertkof. Archie Coulton, Murray
Coulton, Abe Cutler, Mrs. Barney
Davis, Mrs. Ben Essen, Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Fred Grossberg.
Eli Hurwitz, Sam Kratish, Abe
Kurman, Sidney Lefcourt, Stan-
ley C. Myers, Morris L. Popover,
Al Reisman, Herbert Rubin, Theo-
dore J. Sakowitz, Herbert Scher,
Mrs. Louis Seitlin, George Siegel,
Lawrence Singer, Elry Stone,
Mrs. John Temple, Sam Weber,
Eugene J. Weiss, Mrs. A. M. Wise,
George Wolpert, Barney Yaphe,
Marx Feinberg, Paul Sobel.
No additional nominations were
made for the officers or mem-
bers of the board for three years,
following a report by M. J.
Kopelowitz, chairman of the nom-
inating committee. However, the
following were nominated to
serve as members of the board
for one year in addition to those
above named: George Rachlin,
Sam Kessler, Mildred Berkowitz,
Mrs. Milton Sachs, Hy Oren.
Gene Ehrlich, Joe Levine, Harvey
Dwoskin, Pearl Reisman, Jack
Pulver, Bernard Gelbcrt. Sam
Dickson, Dr. Emanuel Sehon,
Shirley Seitlin, Sidney Kaplan.
The constitution provides auto-
matic one year nominations for
all candidates not elected to other
offices.
Election meeting will be held
on Tuesday evening, December 2
at the Y. Dancing and entertain-
ment follows.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Center Inaugurates
Hebrew Arts Program
Inauguration of Miami Beach
Community Center's first He-
brew arts program for young
adults of 16 years and over will
be Tuesday, October 28, under
the direction of Herbert Zucker-
man and Joseph Schreibman. A
cantata entitled "What Is To-
ah?" by Ira and Judith Kaplan
Eisenstein, is the group's first
project. This is a choral and
dramatic presentation explaining
Torah in terms of the experience
of the Jewish people. Young
people are invited to visit the
group Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
An advanced class in Hebrew
for adults has also been planned
by the Center education office,
to meet Tuesdays and Thursdays
at 7:30 p.m. Further informa-
tion may be obtained by calling
5-1682.
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Chorus is celebrating the opening
of its 1947-48 season, Sunday.
November 9, 8 p.m., at the Ed-
wards Hotel, Miami Beach. A
cultural program has been
planned for the occasion to which
the public is invited.
The folk chorus meets Tues-
days, 8 p.m. at the Beth Jacob
Synagogue, Washington ave. and
3rd st., Miami Beach. Louis Pow-
esky is conductor.
MJOC Observes
Armistice Day
In observance of Armistice day,
an open school day will be held
at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation Tuesday, it was re-
vealed by Rabbi Murray Grauer.
A special program has been pre-
pared for students of the Schaarei
Zedek Talmud Torah.
Recitations on "Shalom-Peace"
by several students and a motion
picture of the Bureau of Jewish
Education highlight the program
planned. Parents of students are
asked to participate in the cele-
bration and children not attend-
ing the religious school are in-
vited to be guests of the Talmud
Torah.
I\l Collection
Jewish National Fund blue
boxes, wisted with the Miami
groups of Hadassah, will be
cleared during the period of No-
vember 5 to 15, according to Mrs.
Harold B. Cohen, chairman of
the project.
Anyone whose box is not taken
care of during these dates is ad-
vised to call Mrs. Cohen at
78-8759 or any of the following
women assisting with the work:
Mrs. Louis Rubin, Mrs. Jack Fink,
Mrs. Sam Weinstein, Mrs. Fred
Ochs, Mrs. Ida Hartz, Mrs. Maur-
ice Weinberg, Mrs. Edward
Meadows, Mrs. Reuben Fund,
Mrs. Simon April, Mrs. Bernard
Sterling, or Mrs. Robert Kahn.
Miami Ladies Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home of the Aged
will have a board meeting
Thursday, November 13, fol-
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of Mrs. Cecile Kasov, 2256
S. W. 16th Terr., at 12 noon.
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[ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Editorial
THE OVERSEAS DELEGATION .
Greater Miami Jewish Federation through the action of its
executive committee, has sent a delegation to Europe and Pales-
tine to make a personal inspection tour. Differences of opinion
have greeted the decision and the interest evoked has been
considerably greater than that of any of the major steps the
community organization has recently taken.
While the pros and cons as to the advisability of investing
the expenses of the mission are being strenuously discussed, we
find the makeup of the trio a good one. Federation revealed good
judgment in their selection. It must be remembered that while
it is an honor to have been chosen to represent this community,
it is likewise a great personal sacrifice that is being made by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Monte Selig and Max Orovitz. All
three have earned the respect, commendation and gratitude of
the community. They have given nobly of their time and effort
to ad their fellowman the world over.
Careful and considerable reasoning on the part of the
Federation executive was given to the decision to sponsor this
overseas inspection trip. It was felt necessary at this time for the
local community to have a look-see as to where the hundreds
of thousands of dollars of our money are going and how they are
being spent; what progress is being made in aiding the re-
habilitation of our fellow Jews and a true picture of the situation
of the D.splaced Persons Camps.
Contributors locally are getting callous and indifferent to
the professional speechmakers sent here to arouse emotional
responses that will translate themselves into giving more money.
Federation is confident that upon the return of its delegation
and its eyewitness report, the community, will renew its con-
fidence in the humanitarian causes it endeavors to serve. The
members of the trip will have first-hand information which will
be respected by local givers and who will respond in a measure
equal to the true needs.
A weak spot in the Federation program has always been the
lack of emphasis upon the public relations angle. It has not kept
good liason with its contributors and community. Federation
activity and action unintentionally create the impression of the
closed corporation way of doing business. Had the question of
sending the delegation abroad (as an illustration of our com-
plaint) been discussed with Federation's 6,500 contributors by
correspondence or otherwiseor even with its board of 125 di-
rectorsrather than the small group on the executive, the present
feeling would not exist. We are sure that the great part of the
present resentment is due to lack of knowledge as to the reason-
ing in approving the overseas mission. The campaign is not
far in the offing. The results will be available to serve
precedence for future similar Federation action.
as
Civil Rights Body
Submits Report
(Continued from Page 1)
statement to the press after he
received the report this morning
from committee members, said he
waa going to read and study the
report "with great care" and re-
commended that "all my country-
men do the same thing." "I creat-
ed this committee with a feeling
of urgency." the President said.
"No sooner were we finished with
the war than racial and religious
intolerance began to appear and
threaten the verv things we had
just fought for." He expressed the
hope that the committee report
would become "an American
charter of human freedom in our
time."
Beth David PTA
Breakfast on Sunday
First Bar Mitzvah breakfast
given by the Beth David PTA
will be sponsored this Sunday by
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman of
100 N.W. 9th ct. All boys who
have been or will be Bar Mitzvah
this year, and girls confirmed or
to be this year, are invited to at-
tend at 8:30 a.m. in the audi-
torium of the synagogue.
Each week a different member
of PTA will sponsor the break-
fast. Mrs. Feldman is president
of the organization.
Miami WC Women
Celebrate Anniversary
First anniversary celebration of
Miami Workmen's Circle Wom-
en's club, Vladeck branch 699.
will be held Sunday, November
9 at 6 p.m. Supper and a musical
program are planned in their
Lyceum, 1543 S.W. 3rd st.
Those planning to attend are
asked to call the committee for
arrangements at 3-2657, 2-3474 or
58-3769 to make reservations.
Charge w '" plate.
Sholem Lodge Women
Hold Membership Tea
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
lodge will gather with their
guests at the Fiesta Tuesday at
1:30 p.m. for their annual mem-
bership tea. Mrs. Milton Sachs,
publicity chairman, announced
that Judge Wayne Allen is to
headline the program, speaking
on "Armistic Day."
Miss Irene Patti, soprano from
the University of Miami Opera
Guild, is also scheduled to ap.
pear, according to Mrs. Milton
Friedman and Mrs. Sidney Aron-
ovitz. in charge of the program.
President Mrs. Tena Katz will
introduce the speaker and make
awards for outstanding member-
ship activities. The drive is under
the leadership of Mrs. Dave Sil-
verman, membership chairman.
Jeanette Tupler Will
Broadcast Jewish Events
Miss Jeanette Tupler will an-
nounce local events of Jewish in-
terest over WMBM Mondays
through Saturdays at 4 p.m. In-
cluded on the program are local
projects, information about meet-
ings, social events and cultural
activities.
Jewish melodies, Palestinian
songs and Hebrew thought gems
will be featured between an-
nouncements.
"Resident* of Miami or Miami
Beach are invited to send in all
data or information concerning
their activities, or any other in-
teresting items or suggestions."
Miss Tupler declared.
Young Workmen'* Circle*
branch of Miami Beach, 692-Y,
will have a special member-
ship meeting Sunday, 8 pjn.,
at the Lyceum, 25 Washington
are. Refreshments end enter-
tainment follow.
Miami Trio Given
Huge Sendofi
(Continued from Page 1)
ray of hope in the overhanging
cloudsthe fact that Russia
and the United States have
jointly agreed to support the
UNSCOP majority report rec-
ommending partition for Pales-
tine and early creation of a
Jewish State. If the report is
finally approved by the United
Nations, American Jewry will
be called upon to answer the
cry of the DP's for mass mi-
gration to Palestine. Our job
will be to move these people
to a final place of safetyto
help them rebuild their lives
to give them back their self-
respect."
The delegates will bring to the
DP's and to Jews in other com-
munities in Europe and Palestine
the warm brotherly feeling of the
Jews of Greater Miami, Jacob
Sher, president of Federation,
said in his send-off talk. "The de-
parture of the mission will serve
to dramatize and supplement the
reports submitted by the Chica-
go UJA delegation and will thus
help make a success of our 1948
campaign," he explained.
"This represents the first time
in the ten-year history of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion that our community has un-
dertaken so solemn an undertak-
ingone that carries with it great
significance for the future suc-
cess of our fund-raising efforts
in behalf of our unfortunate bre-
thren overseas," said Herbert E.
Scher, president of the Kcymen's
Club, who presided at the meet-
ing.
Brief yet touching tributes were
paid to the members of the deleg-
ation by Joseph Rose and Harry
Sirkin, president and vice presi-
dent, respectively, of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter; Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
president of Mt. Sinai Hospital
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, presi-
dent of Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women. Each
of the trio was presented with
gift luggage.
Wm. D. Singer added to his bon
voyage remarks a special tribute
to the members of Federation's
Keymen's Club, to which 250 new
members were enrolled, making
a present total membership of
over 600. Certificates and keys
were given to the new members.
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan delivered
the invocation and benediction.
Community singing was led by
Dan Rosenthal, whose accompan-
ist was Mrs. Ann Pastroff. A sur-
prise appearance was made by
Jan Bart who entertained the
audience with anecdotes and
songs.
On Monday morning a group
of Federation officers headed by
President Jacob Sher and includ-
ing Stanley C. Myers, Wm. D.
Singer, Monte Selig, Herbert
Scher, Harry Sirkin. Joseph Rose.
Stuart Gordon and Morris Klass;
and friends and relatives of the
trio saw the delegation off at
Miami's Eastern Airline Airport.
They arrived in New York at
noon Monday and until Wednes-
day they briefed for the trip by
officials of the United Jewish
Appeal, the United Palestine Ap-
peal and the Joint Distribution
Committee. The delegation will
visit Displaced Persons Camps in
Italy and Germany and Jewish
communities in France. Poland,
Czeckoslovakia, Austria and
Palestine.
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"Mey, November 7, 1947
U. N. Moods: The "sixty-four dol-
lar question" at at the United
Nations is still: "Will the Pales-
tine partition plan receive the
necessary two-thirds vote at the
General Assembly? The As-
sembly will not ballot before the
middle of November ... The par-
tition adherents do not have the
necessary 38 votes lined up as
yet Lining up these votes will
depend upon the effort made by
the U. S. delegation ... A lead-
ing member of the American
delegation is convinced that the
two-thirds vote will be secured
without difficulty when the time
for voting arrives Mean-
while, considerable bargaining
will go on behind the scenes be-
tween the United States and Brit-
ain, with the U. S. attempting to
convince Britain to keep its
troops in Palestine during the
transition period Australian
Foreign Minister Evatt, who is
the chairman of the Ad Hoc Com-
mittee on Palestine, is determin-
ed that the partition plan be vot-
ed on by the Ad Hoc Committee
no later than Nov. 10 ... He
wants the committee to complete
its work and forward its report
to the Assembly by Nov. 13, when
he intends to leave for London .. .
He has been invited to the wed-
ding of Princess Elizabeth, and
would not forego attendance.
United Nations or not. .
*
The American Front: The
House Committee on Un-Ameri-
can Activities, which has har-
assed the producers of "Cross-
fire," the first American film
combatting anti-Semitism, would
do a real service to the country
by looking into the un-American
activities of various anti-Semitic
groups Why doesn't the Com-
mittee investigate the more than
30 anti-Semitic" publications
which appear in 19 states? .
Six of them are published in
Illinois, and a close inspection by
the House Committee would eas-
ily reveal who is financing them
. Colorado, California and Min-
nesota have three each The
District of Columbiaseat of the
House Committeehas two anti-
Semitic sheets, and so do the
states of Nebraska, New York
and Washington One anti-
Semitic publication appears in
| each of the following states- Con
nect.cut Florida. lnd,ana,'K .'
sas, Michigan, New Mexico, Ohm
Oregon and Pennsylvania
Here is job of probing f0r ,he
legislators in Washington who
are sincerely interested in fjgnl.
ing un-Americanism in this
country ... The Department of
Interior has been taken to task
by Congressman Sabath of Chi-
cago for" permitting Gerald L. K
Smith to hold a meeting at the
Sylvania Theater on the Wash-
ington Monument grounds
Sabath requested that, in the
future, means be found to deny
the use of facilities in the Na-
tional Capital Park system to
such exhortations of hatred by in.
dividuals or organizations ]n
his complaint to the Department
of Interior, Rep. Sabath described
Smith as a professed anti-Semite
and pro-Fascist Secretary of
Interior Julius A. Krug, in ac-
knowledging Sabath's letter, em-
phasized that he shares "com-
pletely" the Congressman's views
"as to the character and purpose
of Mr. Smith" .

Labor of Love: Two books on
Jewish labor have just made
their appearance One is
"The Origins of the Russian-
Jewish Labor Movement" by A.
L. Patkin The other is "La-
or Enterprise in Palestine" by
Gerhard Muenzner The vol-
ume by Patkin traces the history
of the various Jewish labor
gorups which existed in Czarist
Russia and their role in the revo-
lutiontary activities of that pe-
riod The author shows how
these groups infused a sense of
human dignity into the average
Jew in Russia who lived in con-
stant fear of the Czarist police
. Also, how through the ac-
tivities of these Jewish groups
new sources of creative energy
were released which paved the
way for a new Hebrew and Yid-
dish literature ... The book of
Muenzner gives an insight into
the complicated network of the
economic institutions maintained
by the Histadruth in Palestine
. It presents the problems of
these institutions which form a
major part of Palestine's economy
and answers the questions of
whether it was necessary for the
Histadruth to develop its own
activities in the economic field
. The author shows that the
dual function of the Histadruth
as trade union and entrepreneur
does not create inconsistencies.-
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1947
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PAGE FIVE
Jewish Social
The Jewish Social
in the midst
fi note.
crrice Bureau is m me tommi
K Membership ^ J" ?
"J-miI members and is re-
tmtre a brief history of
E work and octttHty.
Here is a brief report of what
"is S. B. did last year for
& people In trouble. Our
X.\ld case workers interviewed:
1 "families, comprising 2,118
.dividual*, who asked for help.
589 families, totalling 1,521 in-
dividuals, were accepted for
. c c B service,
'oj families, consisting of 2,597
individuals were referred to oth-
er community resources for help.
10 refugee units were accepted
for resettlement from the United
Service Bureau Renders Report in Seeking New Members
History i brineino im rhilHron hi History .bringing up children, facing Hi-
The Jewish Soc.al Service Bu- ness. or old age-problems may
reau was organized in 1920 and, arise through any of these ex

was first known as the "United
Jewish Aid Association." Earlier
in this same year, the Miami sec-
tion of the Council of Jewish
finding a satisfactory method
whereby those needing commu-
nity aid might best be served.
Representatives of the Council,
B'nai B'rith, Congregation Beth
David, Sisterhood of Beth David,
and the Miami YMHA jointly
undertook responsibility for cre-
ating and operating the new or-
ganization in its first years. The
name of the organization was
changed to "Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau" in 1927. In 1944, the pres-
ent name was selected.
The first president of the Jew-
periences in family living. No
two families are ever exactly
alikeand no two people face
worries in the same way. The
problems which trouble people
are as different as the people
themselves. The J. S. S. B. has
been asked to provide consulta-
tive services to families and in-
dividuals who are troubled about
their children; who are seeking
happiness and satisfaction in
their marriage; who are coping
with the loneliness of old age
or physical illness; who are con-
cerned about personality disturb-
ances in a member of the fam-
ily; who are seeking a new mode
of life for a family deprived of
MARITAL FRICTION
ILLNESS
WORRY
PEOPLE
IN
TROUBLE
PARENT-CHILD
DIFFICULTIES
Col. Elry Stone, newly elected President of the JSSB, presents
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, professionally known as Anna Brenner
Meyers, with a plaque as a tribute from the Board.
Mrs. Meyers served as President of JSSB for three years. Be-
fore becoming a lawyer, Mrs. Meyers was engaged in social work
for 11 years. She is also President of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organisations of Dade County, a member of the Board
of the Jewish Home for the Aged, member of the Board of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation and a member of the Council
of Social Agencies of Dade County.
Service for New Americans.
27 additional refugee families
sought and received our aid.
424 families received counsel-
ling services not related to finan-
cial need.
165 families received in addi-
tion to counselling service, finan-
cial aid in order to meet their
daily need.food, clothing, shel-
ter, medical care, etc.
$19,301. frj was expended in
meeting the money problems of
these 165 troubled families.
$2,500.00 of this sum was ex-
pended foi refugee readjustment,
and aid.
$1,972.63 was expended in sup.
plementir.R grants from state,
city, and county public aid.
63 applications for the Jewish
Home for the Aged were stud-
ied and reported on.
16 applications for the Alton
Road hospital were similarly act-
ed upon.
21 interviews were held with
Patients of the National Chil-
dren^ Ca diac Home.
217 out-of-town incruiries or
requests for service from 20
agencies in 15 communities were
Wen prompt and efficient at-
tention.
irn' pJlfl'*ional staff made
4.338 offici interviews, home, and
school visits, and held numerous
conferences with other agencies
"> behalf of our clients.
OLD AGE
ish Social Service Bureau was
Morris Zion, now deceased. Oth-
er past president have been Leo
Benjamin, Jacob Brown, Pincus
Scheinberg. Day Apte, Norman
J Mirsky, J. Gerald Lewis, Stan-
ley C Myers, Rudy R. Adler,
Women undertook the task of
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dr. Al-
bert Rosenthal, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, and Mrs. Benjamin Mey-
ers.' The current president is
Elry Stone.
Throughout its history of al-
most 27 years, the Jewish Social
Service Bureau has been con-
cerned with the difficulties which
families meet in their daily lives.
During its early and formative
years, the Bureau recognized as
its sole function the giving of
financial aid to dpendent or par-
tially dependent families. In re-
cent years there has been in-
creasing awareness of the need
to offer on a professionally
skilled levelservices in addi-
tion to financial aid which would
help families meet their difficul-
ties in a manner designed to re-
store their capacity for happy
and useful living.
Personal Problems Common
To AH
Almost everyone has to deal
with a personal or family prob-
lem at some time in his me.
Growing up, choosing a career,
making friends, getting married,
a parent through death, long ill-
ness, or imprisonment; who need
financial aid in getting back on
their feet after being in econom-
ic difficulty or who are in need
because existing public resources
are inadequate to meet their to-
tal financial requirements
Family Counselling: An Aid
To the Troubled
Trouble is a large word. When
it comes, it leaves a path of con-
fusion, worry and despair. It has
a way of eating into the best
laid plans; of spreading insidi-
ously unless it is effectively met.
Families and individuals who
come to the J. S. S. B. are helped
through the skill of the casework
counselling staff. Family serv-
ice counsellors are trained in un-
derstanding and helping with
family worries through years of
study in college, professional
schools, and through experience.
The family service counsellor
knows how to help a person see
his problem more clearly, so that
he can solve his problem for
himself and in the way that
suits him best. Sometimes, after
a person has decided on the so-
lution to his problem, he needs
further help in carrying through
his plan. If the service neces-
sary is not provided by the Bu-
reau or exists elsewhere, t n e
caseworker knows where to turn
to find the particular help
needed.
Refugee Artist
Opens Song Studio
One of the things that has
helped to broaden the cultural
activities of Miami has been the
insurge of noted Jewish refugee
artists, attracted first by the free-
dom and promise of America, and
then by Florida's warmth and
color. Noteworthy among such ar-
rivals is Dr. Paul Beck, cantor
and doctor of law.
Dr. and Mrs. Beck's story from
the concentration camps of Yugo-
slavia is not an unusual one, but
his background as a tenor in many
of the opera houses of Italy.
Yugoslavia and Switzerland bears
more than brief mention. He is a
graduate cantor of Zurich, Swit-
Council For Judaism
Plans 1948 Conference
NEW YORK The American
Council for Judaism will hold
its fourth annual conference in
St. Louis, January 17-19, to plan
further aid to the solution of the
displaced persons problem and
extension of the Council's educa-
tioal program of integration of
their co-religionists as free and
equal citizens of the many na-
tions in which they live.
In making the anouncement,
Elmer Berger, executive director,
said the 1948 conference would
be the first national meeting of
the Council in the Middle West,
and being close to the center of
population, would assure a larg-
er representation of chapters
than past conferences held in the
East. The nationwide organiza-
tion, headed by Lessing J. Rosen-
wald, embraces chapters from
Massachusetts to California.
Women's club of Workmen's
Circle 692, Miami Beach, are
having a card party at their
Lyceum, 25 Washington ave.,
Monday, at 8 p.m. Refresh-
ments will be served. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling
Mrs. Leon Elkin. 5-1317.
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languages, the tenor is an accom-
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musical director.
Since coming to the United
States, Beck has sung in the can-
torial role at Tefarish Israel con-
gregation in the Bronx. In Miami
he appeared for Hadassah at tho
Fiesta in a group of Jewish, oper-
atic and musical comedy duets
with Ruth Brotman, and also for
the Old Folks Home.
The Yugoslavian tenor has
opened a singing studio at the
Applied Arts. 34 West Flagler st.
and is open for engagements as
Cantor or soloist. He resides at
1211 Pennsylvania ave. with his
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JTHDAY. NOVEMBER 7,
Lccai Delegates Plan to Attend
Southeastern Zionist Region Meeting
Delegates from seven Southern
states will assemble in Nashville,
Tenn., for the tenth annual con-
ference of Southeastern Zionist
Region, November 14-17. Marking
a decade of expanded activity in
this area, the occasion will bring
over 150 representatives from
Georgia, Tennessee. Alabama.
Mississippi, South Carolina.
Louisiana and Florida to the An-
drew Jackson hotel, according to
a current release by the regional
office.
Miami Beach district will be
represented by President Jack D.
Burris, Shepard Broad, S. A.
Goodman, Ed Singer, Seymour
Rubin, and Alex Van Straaten.
President Burnett Roth, Hyman
Sootin, Rabbi Max Shapiro, and
Leo Rosen will attend for Mi-
ami.
In addition to regional mem
bers, the four day conclave will
bring Zionist leaders from the
national scene headed by Rabbi
Irving Miller, member of the In-
ter Actions committee of the
World Zionist Congress. Rabbi
Miller, noted Hebrew educator
and orator, presently holds the
position of chairman of the Z.O.A.
administrative committee. Other
national figures expected are:
Mendel Selig. chairman of the
American Zionist Fund. Manuel
Posy, executive director of the
fund. Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director
of the American Zionist Youth
Commission, Harold Jaffer, of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine,
and Mendel N. Fisher, executor
director of the Jewish National
Fund of America.
Rabbi Shapiro at I Photographer Gives
Lodge Program Amateurs Finer Points
Rabbi Max Shapiro will headline Besides operating photography
studios in Coral Gables, Lester
the Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith
initiation meeting and Amistice
day program, Tuesday, 8 p.m. at
Elks hall. 9 N.E. third ave., ac-
cording to Sam Silver, president.
A ritual team consisting of Bill
Pallot, Milton A. Friedman, Marx
Feinberg, Perry Botwin and Lou
Heiman, are to initiate seventy-
four new members.
Reports will be heard from the
committee on public affairs on
the lodge's annual debate con-
test, by Chairman John Kronen-
feld: and B'nai B'rith Flood Dis-
aster Relief committee, by Mrs.
Tena Katz. president of the
Women's chapter. Bill Pallot will
explain proposed plans for the
"Outstanding Citizen of 1947''
project sponsored by the lodge.
MJOC Card Party Nov. 16
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Sisterhood will hold a
card party November 16 to raise
funds for the Talmud Torah.
Mrs. Max Rappaport. chairlady.
Toloff iy willing to give amateur
portrait photographers advice
about professional work.
His suggestions may be sum-
mated in three of his general
statements: "Don't photograph
your subject with his head, body
and eyes looking in the same
subject from sitting on pins and
needles." "Work diligently for
proper exposure, position, and
direction." "Try to keep your
expression." Such detail arc
among the rules that experience
from "over 30 years" of shooting
pictures has taught him.
Former head portrait photo-
grapher for the New York Daily
News, Toloff moved to the Gables
recently as a result of his first
visit here last season. Mrs. Toloff
was the deciding factor in mak-
ing Miami their "settling point,"
Mrs. George Solinger, Mrs. Ger-, ,
son August, and Mrs. Max Kup-! he admls- They plan to buy a
ferstein will be hostesses. T h e I house near the Derby Pilkingtons
function will take place in the! studios in Coral Gables which he
school building, 1545 S. W. Third recently purchased.
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"Kingsblood Royal"
Mrs. Irving Lehrman's review
of Sinclair Lewis' "Kingsblood
Royal" will inaugurate the Fri-
day Review of Miami Beach
chapter of the American Jewish
Congress for the coming season.
This first lecture is to take place
in the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, Friday, Novem-
ber 14 at 1:30 p.m., followed by
an open discussion of the book
and its review.
Chairman Mrs. Herbert Glk-k-
man and Chairman Mrs. Anna
Tanenbaum announced that the
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Soviets Ask End
Palestine Rule
(Continued from Page 11
vent frontier dashes. The mili-
tias shall operate under tneir
own command, but remain und.r
the military and political control
of the special commissions.
Jewiih Agency to Propose
Compromise Between U.S.-
Soviet Proposals
The Soviet proposals received
a mixed reception t i o m the
American delegation, ns well as
from Jewish Agency leaders.
The two points to which the
American delegation is inclined
to take particular exception are
that the Mandate be terminated
on January 1six months earlier
than proposed by the U S.and
that the U. N. special commis-
sion to be sent to Palestine should
re composed of representatives
of the member states of the Se
rarity Council.
The Americans feel that the
nest means of guaranteeing a
smooth transition period is to
have Britain retain its manda-
tory obligations until July 1. On
the question of having the spe-
cial commission composed of
members of the Security Coun-
cil, the U S. delegation believes
that this may prejudice attempts
to secure the necessary two-
thirds vote at the Assembly, since
the smaller countries have indi-
cated that they want the Pales*
ine issue settled outside of the
Security Council, where any of
the big powers can invoke it*
veto.
Ambassador Herschel Johnson,
the U. S. representative on thu
Palestine Committee, indicated
that on the other points of the
Soviet plan, the Americans might
see eye to eye with the Russians.
The Jewish Agency, it was
learned reliably, will propose a
compromise between the U. S.
and Soviet stands, by suggesting
that the U.. N. commission be set
up by the General Assembly, but
be responsible to the Security
Council, since the Assembly is
rot in continuous session.
Puzzled As To Why Russians
Suggested Longer Transition
Agency leaders were puzzled
as to why the Soviets suggested
that the transition period run
six months longer than the Amer-
cans proposed. Moshe Shertok.
Agency political chief, put this
question to Tsarapkin. Shertok
also wanted to know whether all
the members of the Security
Council would necessarily have
to be represented on the special
commission. Speaking later.
Tsarapkin said that the USSR
would welcome a shorter transi-
tion period.
On the whole, it is felt in Unit-
ed Nations circles that the Soviet
ten points may prolong discus-
sion on partition rather than
shorten it. Each point opens an
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avenue for long discussions and
interpretations, some of the dele-
gates pointed out, and thus, in-
stead of acting speedily on the
American proposal, which pur-
posely avoided details in order
to secure a basic decision imme-
diately, the sub-committee and
later the Ad Hoc Committee and
still later the Assembly will
spend much time discussing the
Soviet suggestions.
At the same time, it was point-
ed out that the Soviet proposal
has some advantages. For in-.
stance, Jews and Arabs would be
able to form thiir own armed |
militia from among their own
citizens without waiting until
July 1, when Britain would com-
plete the evacuation of its troops t
from Palestine under the U. S. i
plan. It also enables the immedi- !
ate establishment of central and .
local administrative organs of.
government in each of the two
states without waiting for Britain
to leave.
United Nations circles consid-
er that the primary purpose of
the Soviet proposal is to get Brit-
ain out of Palestine within the
next two months and, at the same
time, place a Soviet representa-
tive on the commission to be sent
tn Palestine.
The fact that the Soviet pro-
posal specifies that the provision-
al council of government in each
of the two states should be se-
lected by the Security Council's
commission after consultation
with democratic parties and so- i
cial organizations of each state is
looked upon with some misgiv- I
tags, since the Soviet conception
of "democratic parties" is differ- :
ent than that of the western '
countries and therefore leaves
the door open for the Soviet to
use its veto power if dissatisfied j
with the parties consulted.
Propose Establishing of Working
Group to Reconcile U. S.
and USSR Plans
The first attempt to reconcile
the American and Soviet posi-
tions was made this afternoon at
an open session of the partition |
sub-committee, when the Vene-
ntelan delegate suggested that (
members of the United States,
Soviet and
Soviet and Guatemalan^
tions the three *!,, **A
submitted impiemenutio?^
posals-set thcnselve. Un *i
working group to l'* I
their schemes. "**4
Maj. Gen. John A Hiiu
speaking for thc America^
gat.on, welcomed the WgJ*
He said the margin of d?M
between the Us. and U.s?;
implementation plans w *|
wide and that the U. S. dW
tion was ready to join ij
in, group for co-ordination A
the various proposals. The GuT
temalan delegate also expZ
his readiness to join. TsaraZ
however, urged that before tj
ingany stand on the proposal J
form such a working group J
sub-committee provide ftjrtlj
opportunity for question andm.
swers regarding the various 2
plementation plans.
Since the members of the sub.
committee did not ask any oS
tions on the implementation 3
sue, the afternoon session onv
ceeded to discuss the questioatf
economic union between Un
Jewish and Arab states, leavim
the. Venezuelan suggestion opea
until the Soviet delegationifl
ready to announce whetr.eritk
willing to participate.
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RIDAY
NOVEMBER 7, 1947__________
t and Robertson Open Concert Series
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PAGE SEVEN
iithel Bartlett ile-'l) and Rae Robertson piano duet, first of the
tists to be presented by the Community Concert Series under the
^ispices of the Miami Beach Y.M. & W.H.A. cultural committee.
tmber 1(1 The Robertsons, who were both famous soloists before
Inr marriyfji' : Milted in the formation of a piano team, are ne-
Bwned tod:i> tor their perfect harmony and blending.
Alfred Spy Ming, violinst; Ruth Draper, monologist; Menahem
tssler, pianist; and Igor Gorin, baritone, make up the rest of the
fcries. All performances will be in the auditorium of the Miami
each High school.
Radio and Club Star Meets Old Friend
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|Jan Bart, r fht, recent star at
P Goldmar's Clover club is
F6 greet, d by Jacob Schechter.
pwen yean ago when Bart ar-
m here from Poland and tried
[Set int0 radio, Schechter of-
r him a few dollars to appear
' "ie Yiddish Program broad-
Pover WBNX, N. Y. Today,
f l one of the country's most
r,m^ H tei and night club
br.' V to radio once
W '''* This tirrw, his
ntl runn'"K into four figures,
,u paid by a national crack-
mpany His voice is to be
ri over Mutual WOR and af-

'iliatcd stations. Bart has made ;
special transcription for his old
iend, Schechter. which was used
in the Jewish Musical program
last Sunday at 10 a.m. over sta-
tion WBAY.
Max Kletter, celebrated operat-
". star and composer from New
/ork will appear in person on the
nusical program this Sunday.
Kletter is famous for his Jewish
plays, operettas, and musical com-
positions, most notably the lyrics
o the "Anniversary Waltz." The
ewish Musical program is also
leard over the same station on
Fridays at 11 a.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
"" .....''^'."I, desiring to engage.ft
busl arts Shop at 136 Seybold Ar-
Me, Miami, Florida. Intend* to regls-
vi,",","1,me,Vth "'- Clerk of the
ircult < ourt of Dad* County, Florida.
u/i-M-iiffiiw?" ,;"i-"sm,t"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
,h^,'T,'',:.IS HB&EBT given that
the. undersigned. de*lring to engage In
bui .m under the fictitious name of
Mare \ bbott. Ltd, at 13 SSrd Street,
;,; V,'?'1'v'",j!;n,1s to "*&>** said
'. ', r'VJ"' Clerk of tn<- Circuit
ourt of Dade County. Florida.
EDWARD I.. FORKR.
sole Owner.
11 M4-31-28 it :,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
, -f"" DEALER LICENSE
INclTrHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ne CnlTr?. JUDICIAI- CIRCUIT
CO 0RIDA' IN AND FR DADE
IN CHANCERY NO. 112639
"n Re: Application of Sonla Frted-
tniin to become a Free Dealer, you
... ..it W, Friedman, Ix>s Angelesi
California, are hereby notified lhat
tno Honorable Judge Charles A. far-
">ll win hear the petition of Sonla
rrledman to become a Free Dealer
on November 16th. 1947. at 10 A. M
I his Chamber* at the Courthouse.
X'er SOtt %**' r"'rida' dat'd
M.I RED KREI8LER,
Solicitor for Petitioner.
11'7-14
VOTE FOR
JIMMY
GANNON
"The Milkman'
SUPPORT
R. G. DANNER
AS-
CITY MANAGER
Better i C,ean up and repair streets immediately.
" p ... for patrons.
Jtern'o,," j '^en-age recreation centers throughout city.
ve downtown railroad tracks and utilize space jor free
parking.
Proportional pensions for all city employes.
Contniij Lou' cos' housing with federal aid.
Nation of City of Miami and Dade County Governments.
PAID POLITICAL. AOVIHTI CM INI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN lhat
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage in
-; under the fictitious name of
KANDELL ELECTRIC at 176 N W
' Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Honda.
BEN LEFKOWITZ
BEN GOLDSTEIN
WASMA.V, SILVER & BAKOWITZ
\ Hoi ii.-. s for Applicants
II 7-11-21-28 12/r,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I.KE-ROY NOVELTIES at 44 N. E.
First Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intend
lo register said name with the Cleric
f the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
RAYMOND CITRON
SHIRLEY CITRON
husband and wife
ISIDORE FINKK1.
KTTA finkel
husband and wife
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicants
ill Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
I 7-14-21-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
li.. undersigned, desiring to engage
.1 business under the fictitious name
.f 'l!ICKI-:Y,.S OF NEW YORK CITY"
it p/o CLUB IS, 2200 Park Avenue,
.llanu Beach, Fla., Intend to register
aid inline with the Clerk of the Clr-
,iil Court of l>ade County, Flori NETTIE DEFENO.
Sole Owner.
HARI LD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Applicant.
!0 21-31. 11/7-14.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
NO. 112352
IMiUlV MEARS.
Plaintiff,
versus
.loNICA KINO MEARS.
Defendant.
Yon, MONICA KINO MEARS, Ma-
lor Cottage, Otterbourne, North Win-
chester, Hiinta, England, are notified
to file your appearance In the above
ause for divorce on November 17,
IM7, otherwise a decree pro confesso
will be entered against you.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dated: October IB. 1947.
(By) M. C. CJREEN,
gea)j Deputy Clerk.
dARION BROOKS,
S 10/17-24-31. 11/7.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
NO. 113643
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAZIR BARKIN.
Plaintiff,
ve.
ARTHUR BARKIN,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: ARTHUR BARKIN,
Master's Hotel,
Riverside and West 103rd St.
New York City. N. T.
You are hereby notified and ordered
to a......ar to the Kill of Complaint for
livoree filed against you In the above-
ii vied cause on or before the 28th day
November, 1947: otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will be
taken as onfcssed against you.
Lot this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In the
IE WISH F1XJRIDIAN. a newspaper
published in Dade County, Florida.
I.at.d this 28th day of October 1947.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Seal) By: F. J. GOULD.
(Seal' Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER.
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
1703 Congress Building,
Miami, Florida.
10/31. 11/7-14-21.
LEGAL NOTICES
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
1 o All < redltors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
.Said Estate:
:? ,and eacn of yu- """e hereby
notified and reuulred to present anv
calms and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
state of DANIEL BERLINER, de-
ceased, late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, Countv
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, within
eteht calendar months from the date
>. the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
duress of the claimant and to be
;TL" lo a,n,d J>re?ented as aforesaid,
^n^f lKW"oer,baLred- See Section
120 of the 1933 Probate Act
Date. October 20, A. D., 1947
IOHN' E. PORTE, As Executor of
r.?.,1.*".8.1 WU1 and Testament of
john'eNp,o,rteRL1NER' De|-easMl
JACK A. ABBOTT,
Attorneys for Executor.
10/21-31. 11/7-14.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctiltous name of
HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE at 220D
S.W. 27th Avenue Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MYLES H. PERLROTH.
SOL KRONEN.
BEN KRONEN.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14.
NT,CENi:K?ELlw'CTmoua
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i SKaf8? under the fictitious name
-f FIVE POINT MEDICAL CI.INI.-
at 1251 B.W. 22nd Street. Miami. Fla
"'tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDMOND GAMSE, M.D.,
10/31. 11/7-M-21-2S. Sle ^"^
NaT,CEN!,K;?ELA,CT,T,au8
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
lm sfrADIl'M GRILL at 1400 West
Hagler Street, Miami, Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla
COLMAN PONT
LEONARD PONT.
10/24-31. 11/7-14-21.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of NEW ERA HYDROPONICS at
3491 S.W. 17th Street, Miami. Fla..
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK N. WEST.
Sole Owner.
HARRY D1ETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Building,
Miami, Florida .
11/10-17-24-31. 11/1.
SSSir
E
_ ST BROS RV
}i,*v OF.ST? __
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW 7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALEXANDRIA HOTEL at 7-9 N.W
Second Street, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
_ JULIUS HOLI.AND.
LEO KHEINER.
1204-1205 Pacific Building.
Attorney for Julius Holland.
10/24-31. 11/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
n business under the fictitious name
.f 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.
HELEN WILEY.
ELVIN J. WILEY.
VIRGINIA TRADER.
10/24-31. 11/7-14-21.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
f PHOTO ARTS at 1327 20th Street
Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla.
PHILIP A. FELDMAN.
GEORGE TRENCHER
LEO SHEINER.
Attorney for Applicants.
1204-1205 Pacific Building.
10/24-31. 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 RED BIRD FOOD MARKET at
J833 Bird Road, Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT BARON.
THOMAS SEROPULOS.
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
in business under the fictitious name
of COMMUNITY BENDIX LAUNDRY,
at 49 N.E. 14th Street, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ARTHUR ZWE1GENTHAL
Sole Owner.
FRANK 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
in business under the fictitious mime
of R. & R MOTORS, at 930-944 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida., In-
..... -ister said name with tile
1. K of the Circuit Court of Dade
.'ounty, Florida.
ROBERT J. REESE.
A. C. RIDOIjr.
RANK SOLOMON.
Attorney for Applicants.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 112501
MARY R1CHMAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAX STANLEY RICHMAN.
I lefendant.
To: MAX STANLEY RICHMAN, I960
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
Datenl this 23rd day of Octoberr 1947
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
,_.. By: M. t?. GREEN,
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney
327 Calumet Building.
Miami, Flori.a
10/24-31. 11/7-14.
NOTICE- UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOUSE OF WATCHES, at 339
hey bold Building, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
I lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAUL BELENKE.
FRANK SOLOMO^01" PEARL-
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
In business under the fictitious name
of L. & L MEAT MARKET, at 33
N.W. ih St.. Miami. Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla
DAVE LOWY.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN?*""'1"
Attorneys for Aplllcant.
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 &
LAUNDRY at 119 N.W. 3th St.,
Miami. Ma., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
GERTRUDE STEINGOLD.
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. 2:.th Ave.. Miami, Fla.,
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN.
WASMA.V. SILVER & SAKOW1TZ,
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
notlried and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have agn1' t the
estate of CARRIE OOI.DFARB. 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 addre.-s of the
claimant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforesaid, or sinoe will be
!>arred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date. October 14, A. D., 1917.
EVELYN GOODMAN (ne.- GOLD-
FARB). THELMA K1--SLER.
SIDONIA STEINBACH and
RUTH ADLMAN.
As of the I .as; Will and Testament
of Executrixes. CARRIE GOLD-
FARB, Deceased.
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ.
Attorney for Executrixes.
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 HOUSE OF NOVELTIES at 92S-
925 Seyboid Hl.li; Miami, Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
MAX GOLDSTEIN,
Sole Owner.
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Building,
Miami, Florida.
10/10-17-24-31. 11/1.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
..f BLACKSTONE PHARMACY AND
LUNCHEONETTE at So0 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
i to register said name with the Clerk
' of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAX WOOLS'.
RAK WOOLF.
SHIRLEY WOOLF,
Alto! ne} lor ApuitcantA____________
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7
CARE Applications
Available at T
Application blanks for CARE
packages to be Sent overseas may
now be obtained at the Miami
YM & WHA, 450 S.W. 16th ave.
A non-profit service, the Co-
operative for American Remitt-
ance to Europe, Inc., is the only
service by which personal help
may be sent to any designated in-
dividual in Europe with delivery
guaranteed. It is government-ap-
proved and composed of 27 major
accredited American overseas re-
lief agencies, including the Amer-
ican Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee.
Food, woolen, blanket, cottons,
knitting, linen, infant layette may
all be sent in prepared packages.
Payment of $10 to the CARE or-
ganization in New York accom-
panied by an application blank
will insure the delivery of any
packages to Austria, Czechoslav-
akis, France, Germany, Great
Britain, Hungary, Italy, Poland or
Roumania. If not delivered with-
in 120 days after receipt of re-
mittance ordered by CARE re-
presentative overseas, payment
will be refunded to the donor.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Installation luncheon for
Club No. 1 of the Pioneer
Women for Palestine is taking
place November 18 at 12:30
p.m. in the Beth David audi-
torium. At this time, reports
will be given by their delegates
to the national convention in
St. Louis, October 23 to 27.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
U. S. TIRES
EMERSON TIRE CO.
800 N.E. 1t Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St.
PH. 3-5308 PH. 48-3442
ELECT
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FERGUSON
To the Miami
CITY COMMISSION
Nov. 18
(PAID POLITICAL AD)
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff:
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
Friday evening services at
5:15 p.m. Early Sabbath service
at 6:30. Main morning service
at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff's ser-
mon topic Will be "Sarah and Re-
becca" in tribute to the Jewish
Woman through the centuries.
Intermediate service for teen age
youth at 9 a.m. under the super-
vision of the Board of Education.
Junior Congregation for children
of elementary school age at 10
o'clock, under the supervision of
Max Bertman of the faculty. Kid-
dush donated by Mrs. Mary Al-
pern served to both groups by a
Sisterhood committee. Mincha at
5:15 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi will speak on the Portion
of the Week. Sunday school from
10 a.m. to noon. Registration con-
tinues. Daily school 3:30 to 6:30
pm.
Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach. Robbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
Friday evening services at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning
service 8:30. Rabbi Rackovsky's
topic will be "The Good Influ-
ence of the Righteous Woman,"
Mincha Saturday afternoon at
4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos
and a program of Zmiros. Re-
marks by Rabbi on the Portion
of the Week. Maariv services
follow. Daily morning services
7:30 a.m. followed by a class in
Mishna. Mincha services daily
at 5:30 p.m. followed by a class
in Jewish laws and custom. Maa-
riv services at 6 o'clock.
Miami Hebrew School and Ju-
nior Congregation, 1101 S. W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening service at 5:15.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rab-
bi April will speak on "Power ot
Example." Sunday school at 10
a.m. Hebrew school daily from
3:15 to 6:15 p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S. W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer; Cantor
Abraham Behrman.
Friday evening service at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30
a.m. Junior service 10 o clock.
Rabbi Grauer will preach on the
topic "Days That Are Years.
Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Sunday scnoo
at 10 a.m. Daily Hebrew school
from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
N. W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
speak on "Crossfire," title of a
recent book, discussing "Dam-
aged Souls in Civilization." Rep-
resentatives of the Sisterhood
will conduct response to the serv-
ice. Floral offering is being made
by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson
in honor of their son Bernard's
entry into Emory college. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Kandel will be
hosts at the reception in the au-
ditorium that follows, in honor
of their wedding anniversary,
Saturday morning service at 8'30
a.m. Student service will be con-
ducted by Stanley Saan and Ed-
gar Lewis at 10:30. Kiddush fol- ;
lows under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Louis H. Hartz. First of a
series of Sunday morning break- i
fasts at 8:30 a.m. for all boys
and girls of 13
Miami Beach Jewish Commu- ,
nity Center, 1415 Euclid ave.. Mi- j
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.,
Friday evening service at 6:00 !
p.m. Late Friday evening at j
8:15. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi i
emeritus of Temple Israel, will
speak on "Ancient and Modern
Business Etiquette" in the ab-1
sence of Rabbi Lehrman. Satur-
day morning service at 9 a.m.
Rabbi David R a a b of Temple
Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale will
preach on "The Meaning of Ar-
mistice." AZA-BBG Youth break-
fast Sunday morning at 9 o'clock
for boys and girls over 13. Guest
speaker is Milton Friedman, state
chairman of B'nai B'rith Youth
Organizations. Sunday religious
school from 10 a.m. till 12 noon.
Hebrew religious school Monday
through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30
p.m. Pre-kindergarten school
Monday througti Friday morn-
ings from 9 to 12 noon.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening service 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak
on "The American Jew in War."
Oneg Shabbat follows the serv-
ice. Sabbath service at 10:45 a.m.
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. for
children ages 4^ to 14Vz. High
school of Jewish Studies, Sunday
morning at 9:45 a.m. for young
people 15 years and over. He-
brew classes, alternate weekday
afternoons, boys and girls ages
IVz to 13. Nursey school, daily
Monday through Friday, morn-
ing session from 8:45 to 11:45;
afternoon session, 1:00 to 4 p.m.,
for children ages 2V4 to 5.
REFORM
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th
St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman;
High Grade
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usedurable and long lasting.
All blinds installed and guar-
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out-of-town orders.
Phone for Estimates
9-7555
WILLIAM W. (BILL)
CHARLES
For CITY COMMISSIONER
S. |. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St.. Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
cnsD nrin
Telephone 5-1017
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. r^b.
rilus. "
Friday evening serving .
p.m Rabbi ZwitmanV318'15
on "An Old-New aI"1^
the Problem of War' ach to
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 ,
%Sffi& Lauderd*&
P^tabbTS^-J.
the subject "IsaPerma':?.:1
m,sticePoss,b,e-,"Sunday^
..^WotohikCosraTCtBi
Rabbi Max Kaufman. HOUr"04'
Friday evening service at i-k
P-m; R^bi Kaufman w 11 ^
on "W.ll Armistice Settle
to Peace?" Saturday moVS I
service at 10 o'clock. HadaS
meeting Tuesday a. 8 p.m. RJ
dent Mrs. Louis j. Golden J
report on the national eonven
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A VOTE FOR
ROBERT L. FLOYD
IS A VOTE FOR
GOOD GOVERNMENT
Floyd Stands For
Giving the City Manager form of
government a chance to prove 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
Vfc.,N his tax dollar.
j% The City-County Consolidation Pro-
-^ gram to increase governmental opera-
tion.
Reduction of juvenile delinquency by
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 rote.
ROBERT I.. FLOYD.
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS: 220 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Phones 2-1767 9-6759
PAID POLITICAL AQVEHTiatP"
For Good Government
By a Business Administration
ELECT
RANDOLPH B. "Ran"
RAILEY
Your Candidate for
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Eleven years a successful sales and technical executi**
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PAGE NINE
B'nai B'rith to Select Miami's 1947
"Outstanding Man and Woman"
With the help of 200 other prominent organizations, Sholem
lodae of B'nai B'rith is planning to recognize the "outstanding
n and woman" of Miami who have distinguished themselves
l"a1947 by some public act or service.
"We believe that such a program will not only honor per-
sons for outstanding civic accomplishment," explained William
an of the Outstand-
Pallot chairm
L Citizens committee, "but will
IfLd an opportunity for com-
itees -1 such social and civic
croups to learn more of each
other's aims and purposes, so
that they may cooperate more
closelv in accomplishing other
yen greater achievements for
public good in the future."
Basis selection of winners
is to be broad and general in
order to include all types of
achievement or activities, accord-
ing t" present plans of the com-
mittee Nominations may be made
by newspapers, schools, organiza-
tions, or any individuals who are
residents (if Miami, before Jan-
uary 31 Awards will be present-
ed at a special city-wide meeting,
open to the public in March.
. Choosing both a man and a
woman "i f the year" from Miami
is an endeavor to encourage par-
ticipation of the widest number
of groups of both sexes, Pallot
added.
Submission of all suggestions
and ideas on this project is urged
by the committee.
Men's Congress Division
Seeks Original Members
Greatei Miami chaper of Amer.
ican Jewish Congress which has
recently boon granted a charter
by the national office, is urging
original members who initiated
the movement several years ago
to contact the group.
"These men paid dues which
wen credited to a Miami group
as a whole," membership chair-
man Mi rk ('.. Kaplan explained,
"but the list of individual names
has beei lost. Each of the 75 is
entitled to a paid-up card for the
coming yeai and credit as a char-
ter member.
Anyone unable to attend the
meeting Monday at the Miami
Y at 8 p.m., are advised to call
Kaplar at 3-4675.
Symposium At
Hadassah Meeting
Miami Beach group of Hadassah
will hold its regular monthly-
meeting on November 10 at 1:30
p.m. in the patio of Temple Beth
Sholem.
Highlighting the afternoon's
program will be the symposium
led by Mrs. Max Dobrin, president
of Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah, as a means of reporting
on the National Convention of
Hadassah, recently held in At-
lantic City. Participating will be
Mrs. Benj. B. Goldstein, president
of the Beach group, Mrs. Morris
Alpert, Mrs. Irving Rothman,
Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Emanuel
Goldstrich, Mis. Harry Rubin and
Mrs. Abe Goodman.
One of Hadassah's projects.
Youth Aliyah (immigration), is
the effort to effect the rescue,
into Palestine, of some 54,000
Jewish children, who are still
trapped in Europe.
Hadassah compress a member-
ship of 2,000 in Greater Miami.
Cemetery Group
Elects Officers
Martin Genet. Miami Beach at-
torney, was elected president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-
tery Association at the annual
meeting of the organization held
Monday. Other officers chosen to
serve were Harry Simons, first
vice president; David Whitman,
financial secretary; Sidney H.
Palmer, recording secretary; A.
Pepper, treasurer, and Max Mint-
zer, assistant treasurer.
The Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery Association is a non.
profit community organization,
operated by representatives of
Beth Jacob, Beth David, Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation,
and the Sisterhood of Chesed
Shel Ernes, burial society.
The organization maintains two
cemeteries, the Jewish section of
Woodlawn, and Mt. Sinai, located
at 137th st. and N.W. 7th Ave.
Mr. Palmer has been named di-
rector in charge of these ceme-
teries.
Organization representatives to
guide the prouam for the coming
year are Beth Jacob: Martin
Genet, David Whitman and Jack
Satin; Miami Jewish Orthdox
Congregation: Sidney H. Palmer.
Abe Pepper and Max Mintzer;
Beth David: Harry Simons, Jack
August and Nat Zalka; Sisterhood
of Chesed Shel Ernes: Mrs. Mor-
ris Kotkin and Mrs. S. Stone.
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FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. l9fl
Ashe Commends
Forum Institute
"A very great service" is being
done for the Miami area through
, the presenting of the Town Hall
Forum lecture series. Dr. Bow-
man F. Ashe, president of the
University of Miami, has written
the joint committee in charge ol
the program.
Presented by Town Hall of Mi-
ami, Inc., the Forum is sponsored
by the Men's Clubs of Temple
Israel and the White Temple in
Miami's greatest inter-faith co-
operation move to date and will
be held in the White Temple.
"For more than a score of
years," wrote Dr. Ashe "Greater
Miami has experienced .1 very
rapid growth and has been de-
veloping into a fine metropolitan
area. Some tilings, however, have
not kept pace with the growth
of the population.
"As a tourist city, we have
been able to provide ".ops' in
various types ol entertainment.
The city is quite gay during
some of the wit tei montl Many
of the permanent residents ol tl e
community, and s o m e of the
winter visitors as well, constant-
ly feel that there is something
missing. They are interest I in
intellectual r e creation and
ihou.uht stimulating programs.
For this reason, the popular
lecture series, by authoritative
speakers, :.s a very ad-
dition to this community, as it
commui ity
Men's Club ol 'he Whitt Temple
and the Men's Club of Temple
Israi I, in : ing the
Town i: addresses,
doing a ven great so: vice for
le do
not leave their minds at home;
two
gn ups I 'be lec-
tun discussions
will be ol t best 1 e
: e pei pl< \ P d witl
iffer-
Irij I to meml -
s, public sale of
the tickets this week
from offi es mple Is-
1 and the Whit ile. Ti< k-
c.-ts I >r the season of four lec-
tures at only $4.80,
uv .. dollar, plus tax,
for each lect
Pierre Van Paassen, noted au-
thor, traveler, soldier and au-
thority on Palestine, will be the
initial speak r of the series.
which will open on Tuesday. No-
vember 25. Van Paassen, long a
student of the pioblen, will dis-
cuss "The Internal Situation in
Palestine.''
On December 9 John Temple
Grave.-. II, will speak on "Gone
With the Bomb." presenting the
view that with the accomplish-
ment of atomic fission civilization
itself threatens to be blown from
the earth unless strong and im-
mediate safeguards a r e taken.
Graves will handle this vital sci-
entiic question in his usual keen
style so that it will be plainly
understood by those with no spe-
cial scientific knowledge.
A trip behind the scenes in
Film Folk..
With the returns vn early south
: and midwest engagements on
' "Crossfire" coming in, RKO exe-
cutives feel they're across the
hump on marketing the picture.
"Crossfire's" frankness in deal-
ing with anti-Semitism has had
RKO's distribution department
fearful of response outside metro-
politan centers. There was i i vei
1 any doubt about New York,
Philadelphia. Chicago. Los An-
geles, etc., but there were plenty
of misgivingsnow pretty well
allayed on the hinterlands K
KO sales force has met the situ-
ation by selling the film entirely
as a taut melodrama and not
tioning the Jewish angle at
all.
Playdating the picture hasn't
been without opposition, how-
One independent theatre
owner (non-Jewish) refused to
book it, with the declaration:
"Wi nevei have had any racial
troubles in this town and I don't
want to put anything before the
people that might put ideas Into
their heads. There's no use breed,
trouble wh< re none exists."
. *
Paul Lukas, just returned from
European locations for "Berlin
Express." says that in German
les when an actor
rly and insinceri ly
-t the popular squelcher is.
Don't make yourself so small
not that big "
. .
Elmer Rice returns to film
ting for the first time in 14
enplay "Earth and
H Heaven" for Producer Sarr
Goldwlyn. His last previous
chori was on "Counsellor
at Law," his own Broadway play.
in 1933. Goldwyn, just back from
ation in Sun Valley, tells me
t at the production, which deals
with the drama of human rela- j
tionshipsof two people in love >
are confronted by the ob-
the stage, screen and radio
worlds will be taken on Decom-
bei 29, when Harold J. Kennedy.
author, playwr ght, actor and
producer, will speak on "Stage
\V: ispers." This will be an inti-
: ati revealing of the great and
near gneat in the Lands of Make
Believe, most of whom Kennedy
calls by their first names.
Dorothy Thompson will close
the notable Forum series on Feb-
ruary 2l>. speaking on These
Crucial Days." She will analyze
world event-, tell how they prob-
ably will affect each of u., and
will provide a glimpse of future
ts and reactions.
stacle of intolerancewill star'
in March.

That widely heralded and
high-budgeted Ed and Keenan
Wvnn radio pack.... >W WM
finally auditioned for NBC last
week, with network prexy Niles
Trammel] reported considerably
excited over its potentialities.
NBC wants the program as ore
of Us choice "reserve" items to
dangle before its bankrollers as
a replacement or a currenl weak
airer. Thi web is presently sold
out.
Hollywood Center Active
A review of the Laura /-. Hob-
son best .-elk 1 "Gentlemen's
Agreement," given by Mrs Wil-
liam Flacks, was heard by 100
women at a meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Community Center at Hollywood
Mrs. Flacks' interpretation of the
book was rec ived enthusiastical-
ly by her audience, who partici-
pated in tl e open forum that fol-
lowed.
Preceding the review, Mrs
Lour- J. Golden, president, con-
ducted a busim ss meeting which
centered an mini discussion of
plans for the forthcoming "Okla-
homa Jamboree" scheduled for
Thanksgiving Eve. Nov. 26th, at
the Center Building. Mrs. S.
Nimitz and Mrs. Fred Mannheim,
co-chairmen of the affair, prom-
ise a program of music and en-
tertainment with the color and
spirit of the old Southwest. As-
sisting them are Mrs. David
Sicgel. Mrs. S. Bass, Mrs. Louise
Kravitz. Mrs. Harry Fink, Mrs.
Rudy Schiffman, Mrs. Lou Man-
zar, Mrs. H. Finkelstein and Mrs.
L. Robit.
A six-day bazaar for the week
of January 17th featuring a sur-
prise children's program was al-
so discussed. Mrs. Isadora Orgel,
chairman of the Bazaar Com-
mittee, will meet committee
members on Tuesday, Oct. 21st
at 8 p. m. at the Center, to com-
pli te plans.
Mrs. Golden asked that mem-
bers bring to the next meeting,
Nov. 4. gifts for the "Joy Ship"
project of the American Legion
Auxiliary.
Miss Jerry Olonoff conducted
a community sing, and refresh-
m< nts were served With Mrs.
Herbert Heiden and Mrs. Edgar
Galvin as hostesses.
Welcomed into the Auxiliary
were the following new mem-
bers: Mrs. Julius Feingold, Mrs.
Harry Fink. Mrs. Max Rubel,
Mrs. Richard Briefer, Mrs. Jack
Fox, Mrs. Bernie Berk, Mrs.
David Seigel, Mrs. Dan Reiter,
Mrs. Jack Barry. Mrs. Abe
Joseph, Mrs. Louis Charnow, Mrs.
Bob Owen, Mrs. Max Goldberg,
Mrs. S. Olinoff. Mrs. Nathan
Lehrman, Mrs. Howard Jacobson,
M E Alexander and Mrs. M.
Siiverman. Guests included Mrs.
H< Ion Silver, Mrs. Bob Hannon
and Mrs. Maurice Samuels.
The Center Auxiliary meets
the first Tuesday of each month.
AVC Schedules Dance
Precluding their season's ac-
tivities with a dance in the Presi-
leni Madison hotel, Miami
Reach. November 8, are mem-
bo! s of the Miami Beach chap-
ter of the American Veterans
Committee. The affair is sched-
uled for 9 p.m. to midnight.
Miss Harriet Gottesman, chair-
man of the event, announced
that tickets may be purchased
from any member, or at the door
the evening of the dance.
Sorority Invites Public
To Open House Sunday
For the presentation of their
I new pledges and celebration for
I their newly pinned sorority sis
ters. Phi Sigma Sigma active,
| planning an open house Sunday
i at the Roney Plaza, i to 6 p m
Four girls receiving their pin,
tomorrow night an Lorri. Wat
son Betty Cohen, Steve S.lv?rn
and Ann Miller. New pledge,?
elude: Betty Bercowite, Be v
Davis, Gladys Bisenberg Natal.
Friedman, Carol Goldberg Saliv
Grossman, Rosemary Harri.
Phyllis Katsin, Carol Katsm *
.Janice Levin. Jeai Lentta Le'
nore Leibman. Diana Liffnun
.Connie Lipshinsk>, Arlene Ut
j win, Eunice Mostow, Doris Sha
I piro Inez Bhutan and Elainr
I Slack.
Miss Toby Coop, i. archon of
the chapter, has announced that
the public is invited.
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as Volunteer Census Enumerators for the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation population survey,
Nov. 16-23, 1947.
SPECIAL NOTE:
A mass meeting of all volunteer
Census lakers will be held at
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th St.
On Thursday Evening, Nov. 13.
at 8 p.m. It is urgent for all volunteer
enumerators to attend.
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Who Fought the Utility and
Tobacco Tax for YOU
LET HIM FINISH THE JOB
ELECT HIM CITY COMMISSIONER
Keep Danner City Manager
Political Adv., Paid for By Friends
To GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION,
1002 Congress Bldg..
Miami 32.
I shall be pleased to serve as a VOLUNTEER CENSUS
ENUMERATOR for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and agree to call upon a minimum of ten families during
the period of November 16 to 23, inclusive.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1947
^JewlstiJhrldian
PAGE ELEVEN
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES SAY "BON VOYAGE" TO OVERSEAS MISSION
lUppei Left) Under the auspices of the Greater
Miam- Jewish Federation, a huge Bon Voyage
Reception was held at the Columbus Hotel last
Sunda> afternoon signalizing the departure to
Europe and Palestine of Mrs. Monte Selig. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and Max Orovitz. A portion of the
assemblage is shown this picture.
(Upper Center) Farewell scenes at the airport
Monday morning show Mr. and Mrs. Monte Sel'g
Itop! and Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman in farewell
embrace.
(Upper Right) The family of Rabbi Lehrman
saw him off at the airport. Left to right are David,
Rosalynd Myra, Mrs. Lehrman and Rabbi
Lehrman.
Center photos show Max Orovitz and Stanley
Z. Myers addressing the farewell meeting and
the Selig family otoud at the a;rport. Left to rigM.
they are Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Dora Weinberg,
Monte Selig, Judy Gordon, Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs
Rosine Sterne and Stuart Gordon.
Lower row shows the members of the over-
seas mission receiving gift luggage at the recep-
tion, (left) Rabbi Lehrman and Joseph Rose; (cen-
ter! Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Selig and Judy
Gordon and (right) Max Orovitz and Baron de
T*ir3cb Meyer.
Miami Minister. Rabbi.
In "Puipit Exchange"
Rev. 1), nald Douds, minister of
"Je Miami Shores Community
UUirch, was guest speaker at Fri-
day evei ng services of Temple
'sracl 8:15 p.m. last week. Rabbi
J-o'man A. Zwitman conducting.
"e selected for his topic "Re-
"gm Where We Live."
Rpv. Douds appeared for an
c.hange the pulpits" gesture
signify,,,,, the good-will existing
ft we*n the tvvc congregations,
"c rabbi '"^Plained. Rabbi Zwit-
n '8 I preach at regular morn-
g services at Miami Shores
Sunday, November 16.
Youth Center To Show
Democracy Films
Jilrr.s for Democracy" will be
"tur..d at the World Fellow-
P'meeting of Burrell Branch,
yi C. A., Tuesday, Novem-
*r H Miss Juanita Kimball.
t,nC"tlV0 director of the Mur-
i branch announced the mect-
if f0,r 7;, P-m. at the Commu-
u c ,"h Center, 340 N. W.
"{J St, Miami.
Wbcrt J. Balkin, associate di-
Mrs. Anna Meyers
Leaves For Peru
As Bar Delegate
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Miami Beach attorney, left yester-
day to attend the inter-American
Bar Association meeting in Lima.
Peru. November 2.i. She wa
pointed by the Dade County Bat
Association as a delegate to th<
meeting and the International As-
i ciation of Women Lawyers ses-
sion which preceeds it. The deleg-
ate was national treasurer of the
National Association of Women
Lawyers in 1946.
Mrs. Meyers is associated with
Paul Wcitzmnn under the firm
name of Meyers & Weitzman and
is active in Greater Miami com-
munal endeavor. She is president
of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations. _
rector. Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League, will
introduce the films and describe
the educational program of trie
league to build better under-
standing among various Amen-
can groups,
llwlgct Hearings
Final plans have been com-
pleted for the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Local
Agency Day to be held at the
White House Hotel, 1451
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, on
Sunday, November 9.
Local Agency Day marks
the first time that local bene-
ficiary agencies of the Feder-
ation will appear at an open
meeting of the organizations
budget committee to present
their proposed budgets and
work programs for 1948.
Leon Kaplan, chairman of
the budget committee's local
agency sub-division, will pre-
side at the session.
Sherman Cntchfield, Class E
world record holder, is among
the nation's top-flight speed
boat pilots slated to take part in
the Tequesta Regatta, to be held
here during official dedication
ceremonies for Crandon Park.
Dad.' county's newest public
playground, Nov. 9-11.
Pittsburgh Club of Miami
Meets at Beth Sholom
The Pittsburgh Club of Great-
er Miami will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday, No-
vember 10, at 8 p.m., in the patio
of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach.
Danceis from Elise Ehrman
Studio of the Dance, including
Stewart Graver, Beverly Kramer,
Geraldine Adelson, Rita Arger
and Basha Pepper, baton experts,
will perform. In addition the
Great Maurice Magic Show will
be held.
All Pittsburgers in Greater Mi-
ami are invited to attend this
meeting by officers of the club.
Leonard L. Kimball, president;
Frank Weinstein, first vice presi-
ident, and Dr. Milton Goldman,
second vice president.
$10,000,000 fleet of sailboats,
cruisers, and charter fishing
craft will launch Miami on its
biggest season afloat when they
take part in the Tequesta Ma-
rine Pageant here during official
dedication ceremonies for Cran-
don Park, Nov. 9-11.
Rickenbacker Causeway
Opening Rites Sunday
Traditional ribbon snipping,
usually associated with opening
ceremonies for public works will
be dispensed with at the formal
initial opening of Crandon Park
and Rickenbacker Causeway
here Sunday.
Reluctant to reveal details,
A. D. Barnes, director of county
parks, declared the causeway
and park will opened with col-
orful ceremonies incorporating
the unlocking of an oversize pad-
lock on a 40-foot gate, homing
pigeons zooming out of 20-foot
gate posts at the proper moment
"and other surprises."
Traffic over the causeway to
Crandon Park will be halted
from 1 p. m. through the
dedicatory ceremonies starting at
2 p.m.. and winding up 45 min-
utes later.
Speakers likely will include
Capt. E. V. Rickenbacker and
C. H. Crandon, chairman of the
Dade county board of commis-
sioners, for whom the causeway
and park were named.


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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7,
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Mrs. Clyde Epperson
Named to Cancer Post
Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson has
been re-appointed Commander of
the American Cancer Society's
Field Army Organization in Dade
county for the coming year and
elected to the Board of Directors
of the Florida Division for a
three year period, Mrs. Malcolm
Smith, Executive Director of the
Florida Division announced this
week.
Mrs. Epperson organized the
local cancer unit five years ago
"when the word cancer was al-
most taboo in conversation."
During these years she has led
the fight in Dade county to re-
duce the number of needless
deaths caused by cancer, based
on a planned public information
program directed locally by the
commander and designed to ac-
quaint the public with facts about
the disease, "The greatest weapon
we have today in the fight against
this dread disease is knowledge
of the danger signals and early
treatment by a reputable physi-
cian,*' Mrs. Epperson stated.
The Dade County Unit main-
tains a Cancer Information Cei
ter at 804 N.E. 2nd ave., staffed
to help solve personal cancer
problem.-. Information and litera-
ture are free.
Jewish Book Month Observance
To Cultivate Year Round Interest
Jewish Book Month, organized by the National Jewish.Wel-
fare Board sponsored Jewish Book Council, begins todX and
i ontinues to December 7. World-wide tribute to Jewish books
which aims at the cultivation of an all-year^interest in ew sh
literature and traditions, will be observed by the 30Jewish
Community Centers affiliated with the JWB, and by 000 syna-
gogues. In addition, hundreds of cultural and fraternal organiza-
tions, literary clubs, and civic and non-Jew.sh bodies are
participating. _
The celebration, this month, is Emarion Club bponsors
commemorating several historic
anniversaries and historical
Beach Y Offices Moved
Handy Pulansky. acting execu-
tive director of the Miami Beach
Y, announced that administrative
offices of the organization have
been moved to room 233 at 420
Lincoln Rd. Until completion ol
the new Y facilities now under
uction at 1536 Bay Rd.. no
activities will be continued at th \
old site with the exception of,
skating on Wednesday nights
event- of special interest in the
lives of the Jewish people. Among
these are the 150th anniversary
of Elijah Gaon; the 30th of the
Balfour Declaration; the 150th of
the birth of Heinrich Heine and
I the 30th of Mendele Moher Se-
farim.
Interest in the celebration is
not confined to the borders of the
United States, this year; for the
first time, it is being observed in
Great Britain. Argentina held a
celebration in July, and the book
tribute observance is currently
under way in Jewish communi-
ties of Central America and South
Africa.
On the basis of community
plans communicated to the Jew
isl Book Council to date, Jewish
Book Month will be marked with
radio programs, lectures, plays.
exhibits, book contests, book re-
views, book institutes and many
similar programs dedicated to the
Jewish book. It will also serve to
call attention this year to the
recent publication of "American
Jews in World War II," compiled
under JWB auspices.
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We gratefully acknowledge the kind expressions
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We have not forgotten
Nor shall we forget the bi loved families
of those who marie 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.
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Moonlight Dance Event
Dancing by moonlight in the
Neptune room and patio of the
Robert Richter hotel, is to be
sponsored by the Emanon club of
Miami VM. & W.H.A. at 9 p.
m. Saturday, November 15. Miss
Jean Bromberg, recently chosen
"Miss B'nai B'rith" will feature
the entertainment, it was stated
by Joseph Segal, in charge of
talent for the floor show.
Final plans will be discussed at
their regular meeting at the Y
Wednesday. November 12. 7:15
p.m., at which Rabbi Max Shapiro
will speak on Anti-Semitism in
the United St.
Proceeds of the dance are to
be given to the Miami Y building
fund. Tickets are under the
charge of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Rubin and may be purchased
either at the Y or at the hotel
door the evening of the dance.
Following are committee chair-
men recently appointed by the
president. Sam Kratish for the
year's activities: Athletic com-
mittee, Robert Goch and Abe
Hershbein; Cardiac Home. Mr.
and Mrs. Herbi U Rubin; cultural.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dwoskin;
dance. Mr. and Mrs. Ruhin; "Get-
Together," Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Satin; hospitality, Rosalie Hoff-
man and Monty Popover: mem-
bership, Sam Kessler; musical,
Rita Jo Quartin: newspaper, Jos-
eph Segal: program. Dorothy
Keyser: publicity, Esther G. Gold-
berg; refreshments. Susanne
Kertes; social, Mr. and Mrs. Vic-
tor Rutnnsky; welfare, Doris
Rosenthal.
Southern Conference for Hu-
man Welfare meeting this Sun-
day evening, 8 p.m.. at the Ne-
gro Youth Center, 340 N. W.
13th St.. will feature Soprano
Gloria Farrar Miss Farrar is
present understudy for the lead
in Madame Butterfly with the
Miami Opera Guild. Miss Ber-
nice Blache, music instructor
at the Dorsey High School, will
be her accompanist.
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Barry Davis Forms
All Vet Orchestra
War has altered the pattern of
many lives in this country, and
Miamians may find evidences of
such changes where they are
least likely to look. One interest-
ing story revolves around the
history of a successful band lead-
er by the name of Barry Davis.
Today Davis is a college stu-
dent, working on his master's de-
gree in conducting, running an
all-veteran band composed most-
ly of students, and helping where
he can to get young talent started
on their way to success.
His "'pet" sideline is developing
a complete floor show review
with University talent for the
college night club which opened r,
last December. He also devotes
much of his spare time to charity
functions and similar local socials,
featuring Yiddush folk songs and
dance music.
But not too many years ago,
Davis, who then used the name
Billy Davis." was a successful
maestro of modern music in New
York. With his own band he was
billed in such places as Roseland
ballroom, the Playdium in New
York, Rye Beach and Pelham
Health Inn. He played at Gover-
nor Lehman's inaugural ball in
New York, which was attended
by the late President* Roosevelt;
and did the musical background
for Fox Movietone.
After becoming interested in
developing young musical talent,
Davis set down columns to his
credit in Down Beat, Orchestra
World and Metronone publica-
tions. He also wrote a book on
"Orchestra management."
Being a veteran of the Army
Air Force band, the former%New
Yorker makes a practice of seek-
ing ex-GIs, especially disabled
ones, for his band, as long as they
are good and have professional
experience. 'They're the ones
that need it most," he explained.
"It's tough for a musical veteran
these days "
Barry Davis
Palestine Expert
To Speak Here
James McDonald, authority on
foreign affairs, who is renowned
for his work as United Nation*
High Commissio ei fr German
refugees, will address the ban-
quet for the Hebrew University.
Hadassah Medical School cam-
paign to be held here Decem-
ber 7. Dr. Bowmai Foster Ashe
from the University of Miami
has also been asked to speak
Goal for the campaign is to be
four million dollars, according to
a report by Mrs M \ Dobrin, in
charge of the program and pub-
licity. Local chairman for the
campaign is Dr. M":: is Goodman.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman is in charge
of arrangements.
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"November 7,1947
routh Commission
plans Rallies
Zionist Youth
two
Sat-
Grea c n .< sponsoring
P^r Judaea Groups,
Pes m, vi n b 8, according to
*ffc5SS; chair of the
t^SSlate Judaea Rally in
ktorfadancewaibeheW
t*e for?,B noili Sholom Patio at
ft Temple |^ ^ girls &ged
5:30 u an invited to attend
p a"d nance Hcrber Zucker-
feTthtMiami Beach Jewish
Off The Record
- renter will speak on
C^ftSdtate Judaea
i lr0Ups Do." Refreshment, will
\, served.
'Young Judaea Rally, far boys
J IS aged 10-12 will take
iM the M ami Beach Jewish
Kla i i i nter, at 7 p.m.
E3T& a"onMX: wi"
H ; ;i!,ut the aims
EfySung Jud..... A popular mo.
Eefioe cream and cookies will
IfoUow. .
Arrangements for the rallies
L beinE taken care of by Mis.
Alfred Stnn<. hairman; Mrs. Al-
fred Mamlet, co -chairman; Mrs.
Martinet, ,ndD.J.E.Ede..
man speakers; Miss Selma Lew-
lis refreshments; Miss Dorothy
Isusman, a rrcspondence; Miss
Beverlv Raphael, hostess; Miss
[Anita Kessler, decorations.
I HEBREW TEACHERS MEET
Agudath Hamorin Hoivrim. lo-
jcal branch ol the Hebrew Teach-
er- Federati meets at the home
of Mr, and Mrs. David Freed-
raan. 1030 Wi si ington ave., Mi-
ami Bearh. at 8 30 p.m., Monday,
Mrs. J. Z, Stadlan, secretary of
I the group, announced that edu-
cational as well as organizational
problems will be discussed.
Freedrr.an i- president of the
branch a n d Max Bertman is
treasurer.
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Feeling against Jews in the U. S. is higher than against
Negroes, according to Elmo Roper The report is a discourag-
ing one but it shows at least slight improvement over a private
survey on the subject conducted after the last election Chief
opposition to Jews is based on lear of their economic power .
Simply speakingjealousy Christian Fronters in New York
are planning a surprise outdoor rally w.thout police permission
even at the risk of arrests Anti-Jewish leaflets are flooding
New York's Yorkville area The "good Germans" who were
in a conspiracy of silence while millions ol Jews were being
slaughtered are not even deigning discomfort over the un-Ameri-
can activities in the Yorkvilles of the country The Jewish
section of the New York Public Library has recently been flooded
by researchists for anti-Semitic groups Gerald L. K. Smith
may have his activities exposed and by none other than Father
Terminello, with who mhe had a fight George W. Armstrong,
southern millionaire, is behind the current plan to solidify all
anti-Semitic groups into one body.
MiniaturpH..
Dr. A. Benchetrit, president of the Zionist Confederation of
Colombia and one of its leading physicians, is now visiting this
country with his wife They intend remaining here about
four months ... Dr. Benchetrit is an authority on leprosy and he
will confer with prominent American physicians on the subject
. Greater interest than ever among Jews in farming was re-
ported at the recent convention of the Jewish farmers of the
eastern states Sponsored by the Jewish Agricultural Society,
the convention heard Dr. Gabriel Davidson predict that before
the year is ended over SI,000,000 in farm loans will have been
placed at the disposal of the farm settlers.
Yiildishland ...
N. B. Minkoff, Yiddish poet and critic, is conducting a course
in Yiddish literature at the New School for Social Research .
The labor editor of the Jewish Morning Journal is the distin-
guished Yiddish poet Yossel Cohen Yossel, whose book
"Morning Is Eternal" will soon roll off the press, says labor and
poetry mix so well they ought to rhyme David Schwartz,
Georgia-born Anglo- Jewish writer is the author of the excellent
book "Bitter Herbs and Honey" When published, his book
had hard sailing, but it has picked up momentum and is rapidly
heading toward the Jewish best seller list Although David
makes much of "Love and Judaism" and speaks glowingly of
marriage in his book, he himself is stilt a bachelor ... Yet he has
the courage to guote a Jewish saying to the effect that "a man
without a woman is like an esrog without a lulav,"
Fader Asks City Be
Run on Business Basis
George W. "Doc" Fader candi-
date for Miami city commission
has been engaged in the medicine
and sundry business and oper-
ated a drug store for 25 years in
the City of Miami. "During this
period I have watched the city
flounder along on a policy of
small town operation and have
deplored the lack of vision and
sound business judgment by those
who have had charge of the oper-
ation of our city affairs," he
stated. "I feel that a little in-
telligent application of good sound
business economy in the affairs
of our city, coupled with planning
for the future, will solve the prob-
lems that now beset us in our city
government. I know that I have
the necessary business judgment
and vision of what a great city
could be to bring on the necessary
developments that are required
to make the City of Miami and
its government attain the place
and rank among the cities of
the United States to which it is
entitled. It is because of this feel-
ing on my part and my belief
that I can serve the people in my
city, that I am seeking this of-
fice.
"If elected I will put forth all
of my time and effort to theii
accomplishment. I list these prob-
lems as follows:
1. Adequate sewers. 2. City
street improvement. 3. Down
town tracks removed. 4. Im-
proved transportation."
DBG chapter of B'nai B'rith
girls will honor new members
at a membership tea, Sunday.
2:30 p.m. at the home of Miss
Elaine Futerfas. 1303 S. W.
16ih St. An informal "get ac-
quainted" program is to be
presented by Miss Gloria Mon-
heit following the welcome ad-
dress of President Miss Beryle
Axlrod.
Dr. William H. Koblenz
OPTOMETRIST,
Announces the opening
of his offices at
2115 CORAL WAY
Miami, Fla.
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13 YEARS
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RE-ELECT "
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To The
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Beach Zionists Lead
In Membership Report
Miami Beach Zionist district
is leading the state both in total
members and membership
gained from 1946 tol947, accord-
ing to the Southeastern Zionist
Region comparative membership
report released this week. Last
year's roll call of 1028 jumped
to 1396. a gain of 366 members.
Orlando runs second with an in-
crease of 59 to give her 156.
Jacksonville climbed into sec-
ond pfcjee of the state's total rolls
with 377, largely because Miami
has fallen from 400 to 342. Other
local reports show that Lakeland
has seven members, their first
group; Pensacola rose in num-
bers from 51 to 71: St. Augustine,
from 42 to 50: St. Petersburg,
from 77 to 82: Tampa, from 138
to 176; and West Palm Beach,
from 84 to 94. Miscellaneous
listings are only for 2 where
1946 found 22.
A NEW AMERICANS GIFT OP SPEECH |
Biscayne Schooling
Races To Begin Nov. 7
The Florida racing season i-
ready for serving with the
greyhound racing programs start-
ing Friday, November 7. and the
official meeting with parti-mu-
tuels wagering starting Saturday
night. November 15. at thi Bis-
cayne Kennel Club. It is ,. meet-
ing extending through January 2
The official schooling races
starting November T and i ontinu-
ing through November 13. except
Sundays, will get undi
nightly at 7:30 p.m. and be open
to the adult public free On No-
vember 15. the track will open
with a full 10-race schedule at tin
new nightly post time for the sea-
son at 7:45 p.m. Daily double first
and second races, and featuring
on tile first night the h
Biscayne Inaugural. In this even;
one of the n his-
tory is assured.
Under the s u p i ion of
Thomas Honan. director of lacing.
and James Hodeck, racing
tary, between 300 and 400 <( the
nation's best young and older dogs
have been registered. These are
the ones to be seen during tin
next week of schoolings.
Mri. Eli D. Freud, daughter-in-law of ihe late Dr. Siamuml Freud, is
shown utilizing her exeeptional ability as a cpeech thrapii.t to aid a young
patient following an operation of the cleft palate at the New York Hospital.
A former instructor at the University of Vienna, Mrs. Freud has aided many
people to regain their voice following operations affecting their vocal cords
or palates. Like many other newcomers who immigrated here with the^aid
of United Service for New Americans, Mrs. Freud is now -pitching in" to
help the United Jewish Appeal attain its $170,000,000 quota in 1947 by tour-
ing the country ai a UJA speaker.
"Inter-Group Tension"
WIOD Radio Topic
Harold Shapiro, C. Clyde At-
kins and Rev. Edward W. Ull-
rich will be uuest speakt rs on
H. A. Allan Greenfield was the Miami Round Table program
named president for a second tomorrow. Dr. Franklin William.
Y Dux Club Elects
Officers. Plans Program
Dux club recently opened their
winter season with election of of-
ficers at the Miami Y. M. & W.
ti rm
Other officers include Burt Mi-
chaels, vice president; Irving La.
rido, recording secretary; San
ford Samuel, treasurer; Don
Rich, corresponding secretary;
and Marvin Leiber, sergeant-at
arms. New chairmen named by
the vice president were; Marvin
Zalis, social; Din Shakiman. ath.
letics; Jack Eulowiu, member-
ship,
Zalis announced that his com
mittee was planning four suc-
cessive aftairs beginning with a
breakast at the Y to which all
bers and friends will be in-
vited.
"Honest Government"
Issue in Commission Race
"Good. honest government"
with efficiency in all departments
and the retention of Richard C.
Danner as city manager to carry
out these policies, are the main is-
sues in the current city commis-
sion campaign of William W.
Charles. Navy combat veteran
"Many obstacles have been
thrown in the path of Mr. Danner
since he was appointed to his
present post and special privilege
interests today are engaged in a
propaganda campaign to befuddle
the minds of the voters on the
main issue as to whether Danner
shall be retained," he declared
"Those interests are seeking to
elect their own candidates and if
they succeed. Mr. Danner will be
discharged, without having hart
an opportunity to clean up cor-
ruption in the police departmeni
and put all other departments on
an economical, efficient business
basis."
Transportation of guests of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
to their weekly treat at t h e
Tower theater was taken care
of Monday by Mrs. Margerie
Rosen and Mrs. Rose Davidow.
Chairman of transportation
Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs an-
nounced that Sam Luby of
Luby Chevrolet has offered to
provide a car and chauffeur
every week in the future for
this project. The home is lo-
cated at 335 S. W. 12th ave.
moderator.- How Can Inter-
Group Tension in Dade County
Be Controlled?" i- the subject
for discussion at 7 p.m. o v e r
WIOD.
Dr. Andrew Gottschal, execu-
tive director of the local Nation-
I Conference of Christians and
Jews, announced that the topic
is by popular demand as a sequel
to a previous program. At that
time th eased "Are Inter-Group Ten
sions in Dade County a Threat
to the Community?"
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
Under the Supervision of
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoviky
Rjbbi Moses Mescheloff
Rabbt Murray Grauer
ET/H/E/H/H/H/Eii
Florida Republicans
Host to Fourth Region
Young Republican Federation
of Florida will act as host to all
Young Republicans of Region IV
at the San Juan hotel, Orlando,
Florida. November 20, according
to an announcement issued by
Tom B. Walker, chairman of the
Florida club. Former Governor
Harold E. Stassen, candidate for
United States president, will be
guest speaker in the evening be
fore representatives of Florida,
Georgia, South Carolina, North
Carolina, Virginia, Maryland and
the District of Columbia.
Other speakers at the confer-
ence which begins at 11 a.m. are:
Alex Akerman, Jr., Orlando, re-
gional director; Ralph Becker,
New York, national chairman-
Bailey Walsh, Tennessee; Tate
Baggett, South Carolina, national
vice president; Arlene Jones,
Washington, D. C, co-regional di-
rector; and Roscoe Pickett, Jr.,
Atlanta, national committeeman
of Georgia.
All those interested in attend-
ing the Southern Regional meet-
ing are advised to contact Alex
Akerman, attorney, Orlando,
oh one 8241, for hotel accomoda-
tions, as soon as possible. Wesley
K. Garrison is Republican State
Committeeman from Dade county.
Floyd Wants Fair ChQM
For City Manager Q1
Giving the r-itv ~
ofgovernmen;:^^!
its worth in Miam 2 >"
lion of inte-r... swfpndJelS
in our city .,v .r m cl'
of the prmn3rnmem ^
fey Robert LTFioyfSf, *$
ney,who,s,,r;;^5..
cty commission as T'^J
y commitmen^
"free from
alliances with s
Fiov'r"; m **;
Floyd also advocates
budgeting gystem, "onP ,v
make it possible or ulfi
to trace the -,nd nl J^
dollar." He .pj0'^
juvenile delinquent!,* ?
-t.bli.hm.,, /even^f
tonal """ for Vn
foreseeing tl | providing^
some, sup,: .,.,, ?*
children at this ag w 1
them off the
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nVml civil liberties ami rights
anil frwdom of all national and
minority groups. ."
Edwin E. Waller
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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 8!4 years service on the City
Commission is your guarantee of his contin-
ued performance.
Elect FRED W. HOSEA to succeed himself-
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fenter Names
ampaign Heads
llhHMCenu> H-.ilding Fund
A Sean additional 1W,
C f ih<. poi pletion of a new
fcjSr bu.ld.ng un-
K&rtS at Washington
r SnS Mi:,mi Beach-
Lid a. : Board Meeting
IgeCenterlasi night
LBuclFrir.i!..--.d. Miami Beach
E, owner and immediate past-
Lent of -' Center, has ac-
Lted the Chairmanship of the
liiHine Fun.! Division, an-
C5 Gear J. Talianoff,
E? Chair" of the Drive.
L.r commil ee appointments
|re Abraham Goodman, initial
I chairman; I Louis Mintzer,
trial gifts; Ed. Singer, hotel di-
fcon; May.. H Frankel, tour-
|s division and Mrs. Ira Cole
Kjsey, women's division.
Lack D Bun Miami Beach
Lney, will head the general
Icitalion dr. lion of the two-
Udrive whii gets under way
tembcr 1. sted by Alfred
Lie and Leo Kisenstein, co-
birmen.
Eomplctini; I oster of com-
jttee head Isidore Gold-
lg, trades sion; Bernard
Iner, real estate division; Her-
fcn Berk, legal committee; Ar-
|e Brick, publicity committee;
Irry Sirkir. I .ling committee
Alfred Stone, construction
mmittee.
Jhe genera] membership of the
fcgregation will meet in the
Eal hall of the Center Monday
lining at 8 00 o'clock to hear
bimittee n in the progress
at is being m ide in the con-
duction of the new edifice. Ta-
iioif announi e d that campaign
Mights between December 1
d the 15th will include the lay-
JEWS IN SPORTS
Body belting Harold Green,
the Brownsville middleweight,
is trying to fight his way back
to the big top in Npw York's
smaller fight clubs. The boys in
the know maintain that Harold
has a soft spot on the left side of
his head which makes him a push
over for good punchers. That is
how Cerdan and Graziano set
him up. He is still a tough boy.
though, when it comes to dishing
it out around the bread basket.

Frankie Scott, the only Jewish
member of the large New York
Yankee family, received a one-
quarter share of the Yankee
World Scries loot. Scottie's cut
amounted to close to SI,500. He
is currently helping out with the
football Yankees. Pittsburgh fans
will remember him as a one time
favorite of Dr. Jock Sutherland
when, the Doctor handled the
coaching reins at Pitt and was in
Brooklyn with the pros.
Donning hand me downs
and discarded garments for a
"Hard Times" party and dance
tomorrow night in the Miami
Y. M. & W. H. A., will be
members of the BZB chapter
of B'nai B'riih Girls. A pro-
gram of entertainment, games,
and dances presented by the
members, is promised for 8
p.m. by Miss Naomie Spero,
chairman of the affair. Hani-
el Fiedler heads the refresh-
ments committee.
ing of the cornerstone for the new
building and this event will coin-
cide with the return of Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
of the congregation, from an ex-
tended tour of Europe and Pales-
tine. Rabbi Lehrman left Monday
morning together with two other
representatives of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
for the European trip.
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& Obstruct Co.
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KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO.
Auets Nearly S2.000.000.00
N. E. FIRST AVE.
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HE MADE A GOOD
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VOTE FOR
H. LESLIE
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FOR
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Compl'.ments of the
CHIEFS FRIENDS
(PAID POLITICAL AD)
Sol Strauss the 20th Century
Spoiting Club boxing impresario,
has announced that the forthcom-
ing heavyweight championship
bout between the two Joes, Louis
and Walcott, will have a $30 top.
Strauss said he preferred a S25
top, but was persuaded to go for
$30 figure. It looks as though
this shindig will attract a quar-
ter of a million gate, a record
take for Madison Square Garden.
Strauss and Company have
played Nat Rogers a dirty trick.
When the New York Boxing
is-ion suspended Rogers
indefinitely, Strauss and Com-
pany took Rogers off the payroll.
It seems that he rated better
treatment inasmuch as he was
black-balled by the commission
for services rendered under the
20th-century Sporting Club
aegis.
Ferguson Asks Action
On Pan American Center
Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, candi-
date for the Miami city commis-
sion, this week revealed that the
lack of a large municipal audi-
torium almost cost Miami the
1948 American Legion conven-
tion.
The former city commissioner
proposed that the city immedi-
ately select a committee to make
a study of the construction of a
large auditorium to be used as
the nucleus of the proposed Pan
An i ican Center.
Dr. Firguson stated that the
selection of the two hangars as
the auditorium at Dinner Key
was "a makeshift" arrangement
and that Miami in the future
should not be called on to "make
more bricks without straw"
Deborah Charter To Be
Displayed at Meeting
A special attraction of the De-
borah group, Hadassah, meeting
on Monday, November 10, at 2
p.m. at the Triton Hotel on Mi-
ami Beach will be the display of
the new Deborah charter. Trie
charter includes a scroll, recom-
mended by Hadassah National
Headquarters which bears the
signatures of young women who
were enrolled as members prior
to and during the recent member-
ship campaign.
New appointees and chairmen
designated at an executive board
meeting of the group are:
Mrs. Georgie Yolman, Ways and
Means; Mrs. Arthur Fishman,
Commission representative; Mrs.
Samuel Rubin, Jewish National
Fund Chairman and representa-
tive to the J.N.F. Council in Mi-
ami; Mrs. Rhoda Mufson, Political
Chairman.
Special guest at the meeting
was Mrs. Abraham A. Goodman,
President of the Miami Beach
Hadassah.
Fired at the rate of l' shells
per second, the fireworks display
which will climax the three-day
Rickenbacker Causeway Cran-
don Park dedication ceremonies
here, Nov. 11, will prove the big-
gest aerial bombardment ever
held in Dixie.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
MAOJNHAL


111 DIRECTOR-PRODUCER WHO
STAGED THE FIRST "SPECTACLE "IM1'.
THE MODERN THEATRE WAS MRU]
IN A SMALL TOWM NEAR VIENNA ([)
IN 1673-
MAX SPIMT HIS CHILDHOOD, SO TO SPtAK.
IN THE BALCONY OF A VIENNESE THEATRE.
UNABLE TO RESIST THE POWERFUL URGE,
HE GAVE UP HIS PLANS TO BECOME A
BANMR.AMDATTHE AGE OF 17 GOT A
JOB AS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF THE
SALZBURG THEATRE/
IN 1912, RElNHARDT CREATLO A
FUROR IH LONPON WITH HIS 0
PRODUCTION OF"THt MIRAUt,
SUBSEQUENTLY CALLED THE
"SPECTACLE OF THE A6ET
WINHARDT'S SUCCESS CONTINUED, DUE 10 A
NEW IMPRESSIONISTIC APPROACH BY WHICH
HE STAGED HAMLET, FOR EXAMPLE. IN
MODERN DRESS, AND USED A REVOLVING
5TA6E IN THE PRODUCTION OF A STRAUSS
OPERETTA/ $t
AT SALZBURG IN I920,REIKHM!DT DIRECIFD
HtVERYMAN-AN OLD MOkAulv nAr L.
SO POPULAR THAT IT BECAM1 to mwima
THE SALZBURG FESTIVALS mi -h| hWismm'
SIGNED SY STUDIO TO MAKE THE PLAY
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PAGE TWELVE *Jmistncridlari FRIDAY, NO VEMBER 7, > i.Mrs. Clyde Epperson Named to Cancer Post Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson has been re-appointed Commander of the American Cancer Society's Field Army Organization in Dade county for the coming year and elected to the Board of Directors of the Florida Division for a three year period, Mrs. Malcolm Smith, Executive Director of the Florida Division announced this week. Mrs. Epperson organized the local cancer unit five years ago "when the word cancer was almost taboo in conversation." During these years she has led the fight in Dade county to reduce the number of needless deaths caused by cancer, based on a planned public information program directed locally by the commander and designed to acquaint the public with facts about the disease, "The greatest weapon we have today in the fight against this dread disease is knowledge of the danger signals and early treatment by a reputable physician,*' Mrs. Epperson stated. The Dade County Unit maintains a Cancer Information Cei ter at 804 N.E. 2nd ave., staffed to help solve personal cancer problem.-. Information and literature are free. Jewish Book Month Observance To Cultivate Year Round Interest Jewish Book Month, organized by the National Jewish.Welfare Board sponsored Jewish Book Council, begins tod X and i ontinues to December 7. World-wide tribute to Jewish books which aims at the cultivation of an all-year^interest in ew sh literature and traditions, will be observed by the 30Jewish Community Centers affiliated with the JWB, and by 000 synagogues. In addition, hundreds of cultural and fraternal organizations, literary clubs, and civic and non-Jew.sh bodies are participating. The celebration, this month, is Emarion Club bponsors commemorating several historic anniversaries and historical Beach Y Offices Moved Handy Pulansky. acting executive director of the Miami Beach Y, announced that administrative offices of the organization have been moved to room 233 at 420 Lincoln Rd. Until completion ol the new Y facilities now under uction at 1536 Bay Rd.. no activities will be continued at th \ old site with the exception of, skating on Wednesday nights eventof special interest in the lives of the Jewish people. Among these are the 150th anniversary of Elijah Gaon; the 30th of the Balfour Declaration; the 150th of the birth of Heinrich Heine and I the 30th of Mendele Moher Sefarim. Interest in the celebration is not confined to the borders of the United States, this year; for the first time, it is being observed in Great Britain. Argentina held a celebration in July, and the book tribute observance is currently under way in Jewish communities of Central America and South Africa. On the basis of community plans communicated to the Jew isl Book Council to date, Jewish Book Month will be marked with radio programs, lectures, plays. exhibits, book contests, book reviews, book institutes and many similar programs dedicated to the Jewish book. It will also serve to call attention this year to the recent publication of "American Jews in World War II," compiled under JWB auspices. LILLIAN DURRANT'S 41st Street Flower Shop 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 5-7527 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER We gratefully acknowledge the kind expressions of sympathy on the bereavement of our dearly beloved Dora August The August Family The Silver Family We have not forgotten Nor shall we forget the bi loved families of those who marie 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. AMBULANCE SERVICE 5-5844 Irving Blasberg, Treasurer RUSSELL A. NICELEY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR Moonlight Dance Event Dancing by moonlight in the Neptune room and patio of the Robert Richter hotel, is to be sponsored by the Emanon club of Miami VM. & W.H.A. at 9 p. m. Saturday, November 15. Miss Jean Bromberg, recently chosen "Miss B'nai B'rith" will feature the entertainment, it was stated by Joseph Segal, in charge of talent for the floor show. Final plans will be discussed at their regular meeting at the Y Wednesday. November 12. 7:15 p.m., at which Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on ••Anti-Semitism in the United St. Proceeds of the dance are to be given to the Miami Y building fund. Tickets are under the charge of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rubin and may be purchased either at the Y or at the hotel door the evening of the dance. Following are committee chairmen recently appointed by the president. Sam Kratish for the year's activities: Athletic committee, Robert Goch and Abe Hershbein; Cardiac Home. Mr. and Mrs. Herbi U Rubin; cultural. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dwoskin; dance. Mr. and Mrs. Ruhin; "GetTogether," Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Satin; hospitality, Rosalie Hoffman and Monty Popover: membership, Sam Kessler; musical, Rita Jo Quartin: newspaper, Joseph Segal: program. Dorothy Keyser: publicity, Esther G. Goldberg; refreshments. Susanne Kertes; social, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rutnnsky; welfare, Doris Rosenthal. Southern Conference for Human Welfare meeting this Sunday evening, 8 p.m.. at the Negro Youth Center, 340 N. W. 13th St.. will feature Soprano Gloria Farrar Miss Farrar is present understudy for the lead in Madame Butterfly with the Miami Opera Guild. Miss Bernice Blache, music instructor at the Dorsey High School, will be her accompanist. Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GA NS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. 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His "'pet" sideline is developing a complete floor show review with University talent for the college night club which opened r, last December. He also devotes much of his spare time to charity functions and similar local socials, featuring Yiddush folk songs and dance music. But not too many years ago, Davis, who then used the name •Billy Davis." was a successful maestro of modern music in New York. With his own band he was billed in such places as Roseland ballroom, the Playdium in New York, Rye Beach and Pelham Health Inn. He played at Governor Lehman's inaugural ball in New York, which was attended by the late President* Roosevelt; and did the musical background for Fox Movietone. After becoming interested in developing young musical talent, Davis set down columns to his credit in Down Beat, Orchestra World and Metronone publications. He also wrote a book on "Orchestra management." Being a veteran of the Army Air Force band, the former % New Yorker makes a practice of seeking ex-GIs, especially disabled ones, for his band, as long as they are good and have professional experience. 'They're the ones that need it most," he explained. "It's tough for a musical veteran these days Barry Davis Palestine Expert To Speak Here James McDonald, authority on foreign affairs, who is renowned for his work as United Nation* High Commissio ei f„ r German refugees, will address the banquet for the Hebrew University. Hadassah Medical School campaign to be held here December 7. Dr. Bowmai Foster Ashe from the University of Miami has also been asked to speak Goal for the campaign is to be four million dollars, according to a report by Mrs M \ Dobrin, in charge of the program and publicity. Local chairman for the campaign is Dr. M":: is Goodman. Mrs. Irving Lehrman is in charge of arrangements. rente r-710 S. W. 12th AV. 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M ST Of 30* — DPS ARE AVAILABLE ion INSPECTION AT JEWISH ELORIBIAV! ihdbe\wii^UEloipiSiaun ^UJME^T ^NUMBER 45 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 7, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS Federation Overseas Delegation Departs Soviet Asks End Of Palestine Mandate Within Two Months By BORIS SMOLAR (Editor, Jewish Telegraphic Agency) LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The Soviet Union this week put forward a ten-point plan for the partitioning of Palestine, which calls for abrogation of the British Mandate within two months and withdrawal of all British forces by April 30, 1948. The plan, wh ; ch differs in both content and application from the American proposals made last Friday, provides for Security • Council supervision over Palesm A %  tine during the transitional periA JC To Amend Conference Plan Haganah-Irgun Feud Continues JERUSALEM (JTA)—The sporadic warfare between the Haganah and the Irgun continued : early this week, despite appeals by large sections of the Yishuv for an end to the fratricidal strife, and despite claims by both sides that thty are acting only in selfdefense. Among the incidents rePorted were beatings, shootings, Ibductione and the theft of several cars. There were victims on both sides. A Jewish Agency spokesman WjJ that the executive was unable to halt the clashes since the action being take by the Haga"an was in accordance with the resolutions adopted by the meetm of the Zionist Actions Committee in Zurich last summer. added that it has been decided > continue the necessary operations to "prevent rule of the Yinuv by dissident elements." Miami Trio Given Huge Sendoff As Overseas Trip Gets Underway With the cheers of more than 800 Miamians still ringing in their ears Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Max Orovitz were scheduled to arrive in Parish yesterday to begin their month's tour of displaced persons camps and Jewish communities in Europe and Palestine as representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation %  The cheers were echoing from* i_.. i i


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"NOVE MBER 7,1947 ro uth Commission plans Rallies Zionist Youth two SatGrea c „ n .< sponsoring P^r Judaea Groups, P es M, vi n b 8, according to *ffc5SS; chair— of the t^SSlate Judaea Rally in k to rfadancewaibeheW t*e for ?, B noili Sholom Patio at ft Temple |^ ^ girls &ged 5:30 £ u an invited to attend p a d nance Hcrber ZuckerfeTthtMiami Beach Jewish Off The Record renter will speak on C^ftSdtate Judaea i lr0U ps Do." Refreshment, will \, served. 'Young Judaea Rally, far boys J IS aged 10-12 will take iM the M ami Beach Jewish K la i • i i nter, at 7 p.m. E3T& a onM X: wi H ; ;i! „, ut the aims EfySung Jud • A popular mo. Eefioe cream and cookies will IfoUow. „. Arrangements for the rallies L bein E taken care of by Mis. Alfred Stnn<. hairman; Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, co -chairman; Mrs. Martinet, ,ndD.J.E.Ede.. man speakers; Miss Selma Lewlis refreshments; Miss Dorothy Isusman, a rrcspondence; Miss Beverlv Raphael, hostess; Miss [Anita Kessler, decorations. I HEBREW TEACHERS MEET Agudath Hamorin Hoivrim. lojcal branch ol the Hebrew TeacherFederati meets at the home of Mr, and Mrs. David Freedraan. 1030 Wi si ington ave., Miami Bearh. at 8 30 p.m., Monday, Mrs. J. Z, Stadlan, secretary of I the group, announced that educational as well as organizational problems will be discussed. Freedrr.an ipresident of the branch a n d Max Bertman is treasurer. FOR RENT OCEAN FRONT ROOM For Two People Kitchen Privileges M. A. Emcmuel 918 Ocean Drive Apartment 10 Heard and Rvvordvd .. • Feeling against Jews in the U. S. is higher than against Negroes, according to Elmo Roper The report is a discouraging one but it shows at least slight improvement over a private survey on the subject conducted after the last election Chief opposition to Jews is based on lear of their economic power Simply speaking—jealousy Christian Fronters in New York are planning a surprise outdoor rally w.thout police permission even at the risk of arrests Anti-Jewish leaflets are flooding New York's Yorkville area The "good Germans" who were in a conspiracy of silence while millions ol Jews were being slaughtered are not even deigning discomfort over the un-American activities in the Yorkvilles of the country The Jewish section of the New York Public Library has recently been flooded by researchists for anti-Semitic groups Gerald L. K. Smith may have his activities exposed and by none other than Father Terminello, with who mhe had a fight George W. Armstrong, southern millionaire, is behind the current plan to solidify all anti-Semitic groups into one body. MiniaturpH • Dr. A. Benchetrit, president of the Zionist Confederation of Colombia and one of its leading physicians, is now visiting this country with his wife They intend remaining here about four months ... Dr. Benchetrit is an authority on leprosy and he will confer with prominent American physicians on the subject Greater interest than ever among Jews in farming was reported at the recent convention of the Jewish farmers of the eastern states Sponsored by the Jewish Agricultural Society, the convention heard Dr. Gabriel Davidson predict that before the year is ended over SI,000,000 in farm loans will have been placed at the disposal of the farm settlers. Yiildishland ... N. B. Minkoff, Yiddish poet and critic, is conducting a course in Yiddish literature at the New School for Social Research The labor editor of the Jewish Morning Journal is the distinguished Yiddish poet Yossel Cohen Yossel, whose book "Morning Is Eternal" will soon roll off the press, says labor and poetry mix so well they ought to rhyme David Schwartz, Georgia-born AngloJewish writer is the author of the excellent book "Bitter Herbs and Honey" When published, his book had hard sailing, but it has picked up momentum and is rapidly heading toward the Jewish best seller list Although David makes much of "Love and Judaism" and speaks glowingly of marriage in his book, he himself is stilt a bachelor ... Yet he has the courage to guote a Jewish saying to the effect that "a man without a woman is like an esrog without a lulav," Fader Asks City Be Run on Business Basis George W. "Doc" Fader candidate for Miami city commission has been engaged in the medicine and sundry business and operated a drug store for 25 years in the City of Miami. "During this period I have watched the city flounder along on a policy of small town operation and have deplored the lack of vision and sound business judgment by those who have had charge of the operation of our city affairs," he stated. "I feel that a little intelligent application of good sound business economy in the affairs of our city, coupled with planning for the future, will solve the problems that now beset us in our city government. I know that I have the necessary business judgment and vision of what a great city could be to bring on the necessary developments that are required to make the City of Miami and its government attain the place and rank among the cities of the United States to which it is entitled. It is because of this feeling on my part and my belief that I can serve the people in my city, that I am seeking this office. "If elected I will put forth all of my time and effort to theii accomplishment. I list these problems as follows: 1. Adequate sewers. 2. City street improvement. 3. Down town tracks removed. 4. Improved transportation." DBG chapter of B'nai B'rith girls will honor new members at a membership tea, Sunday. 2:30 p.m. at the home of Miss Elaine Futerfas. 1303 S. W. 16ih St. An informal "get acquainted" program is to be presented by Miss Gloria Monheit following the welcome address of President Miss Beryle Axlrod. Dr. William H. Koblenz OPTOMETRIST, Announces the opening of his offices at 2115 CORAL WAY Miami, Fla. Complete Visual Care -•it Xv)GUfJT BROS R> Ii ii>> DtSI ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1947 ^JewlstiJhrldian PAGE ELEVEN FRIENDS AND RELATIVES SAY "BON VOYAGE" TO OVERSEAS MISSION lUppei Left) Under the auspices of the Greater MiamJewish Federation, a huge Bon Voyage Reception was held at the Columbus Hotel last Sunda> afternoon signalizing the departure to Europe and Palestine of Mrs. Monte Selig. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Max Orovitz. A portion of the assemblage is shown this picture. (Upper Center) Farewell scenes at the airport Monday morning show Mr. and Mrs. Monte Sel'g Itop! and Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman in farewell embrace. (Upper Right) The family of Rabbi Lehrman saw him off at the airport. Left to right are David, Rosalynd Myra, Mrs. Lehrman and Rabbi Lehrman. Center photos show Max Orovitz and Stanley Z. Myers addressing the farewell meeting and the Selig family OTOUD at the a ; rport. Left to rigM. they are Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Dora Weinberg, Monte Selig, Judy Gordon, Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs Rosine Sterne and Stuart Gordon. Lower row shows the members of the overseas mission receiving gift luggage at the reception, (left) Rabbi Lehrman and Joseph Rose; (center! Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Selig and Judy Gordon and (right) Max Orovitz and Baron de T *ir3cb Meyer. Miami Minister. Rabbi. In "Puipit Exchange" Rev. 1), nald Douds, minister of "Je Miami Shores Community UUirch, was guest speaker at Friday evei ng services of Temple 'sracl 8:15 p.m. last week. Rabbi J-o'man A. Zwitman conducting. "e selected for his topic "Re"gm Where We Live." „ Rp v. Douds appeared for an !" c .hange the pulpits" gesture signify,,,,, the good-will existing ft we n the tv vc congregations, c rabbi '"^Plained. Rabbi Zwit!" n '8 I preach at regular morng services at Miami Shores Sunday, November 16. Youth Center To Show Democracy Films Jilrr.s for Democracy" will be "tur..d at the World Fellow!" P'meeting of Burrell Branch, yi "• C. A., Tuesday, Novem* r H Miss Juanita Kimball. t,n C tlV0 director of the Muri branch announced the mect„if f0 r 7;, P-m. at the Commuu c h Cen ter, 340 N. W. "{J St, Miami. Wbcrt J. Balkin, associate diMrs. Anna Meyers Leaves For Peru As Bar Delegate Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Miami Beach attorney, left yesterday to attend the inter-American Bar Association meeting in Lima. Peru. November 2.i. She wa pointed by the Dade County Bat Association as a delegate to th< meeting and the International Asi ciation of Women Lawyers session which preceeds it. The delegate was national treasurer of the National Association of Women Lawyers in 1946. Mrs. Meyers is associated with Paul Wcitzmnn under the firm name of Meyers & Weitzman and is active in Greater Miami communal endeavor. She is president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organi zations. rector. Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League, will introduce the films and describe the educational program of trie league to build better understanding among various Amencan groups, — llwlgct Hearings Final plans have been completed for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Local Agency Day to be held at the White House Hotel, 1451 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, on Sunday, November 9. Local Agency Day marks the first time that local beneficiary agencies of the Federation will appear at an open meeting of the organizations budget committee to present their proposed budgets and work programs for 1948. Leon Kaplan, chairman of the budget committee's local agency sub-division, will preside at the session. Sherman Cntchfield, Class E world record holder, is among the nation's top-flight speed boat pilots slated to take part in the Tequesta Regatta, to be held here during official dedication ceremonies for Crandon Park. Dad.' county's newest public playground, Nov. 9-11. Pittsburgh Club of Miami Meets at Beth Sholom The Pittsburgh Club of Greater Miami will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, November 10, at 8 p.m., in the patio of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. Danceis from Elise Ehrman Studio of the Dance, including Stewart Graver, Beverly Kramer, Geraldine Adelson, Rita Arger and Basha Pepper, baton experts, will perform. In addition the Great Maurice Magic Show will be held. All Pittsburgers in Greater Miami are invited to attend this meeting by officers of the club. Leonard L. Kimball, president; Frank Weinstein, first vice presiident, and Dr. Milton Goldman, second vice president. $10,000,000 fleet of sailboats, cruisers, and charter fishing craft will launch Miami on its biggest season afloat when they take part in the Tequesta Marine Pageant here during official dedication ceremonies for Crandon Park, Nov. 9-11. Rickenbacker Causeway Opening Rites Sunday Traditional ribbon snipping, usually associated with opening ceremonies for public works will be dispensed with at the formal initial opening of Crandon Park and Rickenbacker Causeway here Sunday. Reluctant to reveal details, A. D. Barnes, director of county parks, declared the causeway and park will opened with colorful ceremonies incorporating the unlocking of an oversize padlock on a 40-foot gate, homing pigeons zooming out of 20-foot gate posts at the proper moment "and other surprises." Traffic over the causeway to Crandon Park will be halted from 1 p. m. through the dedicatory ceremonies starting at 2 p.m.. and winding up 45 minutes later. Speakers likely will include Capt. E. V. Rickenbacker and C. H. Crandon, chairman of the Dade county board of commissioners, for whom the causeway and park were named. %  % % %  % 


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PAGE TWO *Jewisi> ncridMan FRIDAY. NOVEMBER • 1 1* ', % %  Hadassah To Aid Aliyah Movement At the next meeting of Miami group of Hadassah, Monday, in the auditorium of Beth David, Mrs. David Sernaker, chairman of the Youth Aliyah (immig r a t i o n ) m o v e m e n t, will present a program rep. resentative of the organization's latest project. "Hadassah is one of the agencies desigMrs. Sernaker nated to round up Europe's refugee children," Mrs. Sernaker explained. "Many have been found hiding in caves; others in monasteries under assumed names; and still others boarded out with families who now demand a ransom." Youth Aliyah workers of Hadassah are seeking to find these children. Funds collected here provide hospital and medical care, food and clothing, as well as teachers and training. All members and friends are urged to attend this meeting at 1 p.m. B. & P. Groups In Joint Meeting A joint meeting of the Miami and Miami Beach Business and Proessional Division of Hadassah will be held Thursday evening, November 13, at 8:30 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center. Scheduled for the meeting is a report of the 33rd National Hadassah Convention given by Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach group. M i s 9 Edyth Fleischer and Miss Lola Bick, delegates, will also speak. A musical program has been arranged. Center Membership To Hear Reports Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will hold a special meeting Monday evening. November 10, at 8:00 p.m., to enable the membership to obtain a first hand current report on the progress that is being made in the construction of the new edifice. Meeting will be highlighted by reports rendered by Al Stone, chairman of construction, and George J. Tulianoff. general chairman for the campaign. Members and their wives are invited to attend. 8 urdine's Sunshine Cushions Christmas Cards Made from your own snapshots. Just bring in the negative! 10c each Your Christmas greeting becomes even more personal with a picture of you and the family ... or your home ... or a favorite photo you have taken for the cover of your Christmas card. Choose from a wide selection of basic cards each with envelopes. Ask about our special folders for color prints. %  URDINE's, MIAMI, CAMERA SHOP. STREET ELOOR Personally Speaking... Jack Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Goldstein, 1927 S.W. 18th ct., was born in Jackson Memorial hospital, October 29. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver are res ding at their new home, 3021 S.W. 16th st., Miami. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gurtman of Brooklyn are visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glick of Miami. • • • Miss Judith Saal, daughter of Mrs. Mary Saal, 624 Michigan ave., M ami Beach, is now in training at Hechlutz Farm at Creamridge, N. J., for her future role in Palestine as a Chalutza. She is a recent graduate of the University of Miami. Before going to the farm, Miss Saal spent a weekend at New Haven, Conn., with her brother, Hubert, a student of Yale. ... Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein of 639 West ave., Miami B?ach, have returned from a vacation in Flushing, N. Y. with the-'r son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mort M. Allen. A son, Lawrence Stuart, was born to the Aliens this summer. • • • Friends of Mrs. Alex Van Straaten were pleased to learn that she is recuperating and will return to Miami for Thanksgiving. Mr. Van Straaten spent a few days on Miami Beach last week before returning to Philadelphia. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle are back from a short trip to Chicago. ... While on their honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Zisken of Chicago are v siting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno at 744 Michigan ave. Zisken was stationed in Miami during the war. ... Miss Rita Gordon of 1021 N.W. 1st st. has returned from a summer vacation in New York. • • Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Kazer and their daughters, Judith (Cookie) and Alevia. have recently moved into the.'r new home at 3524 S.W. 3rd st. They are expecting Mr. and Mrs. F. Zuckerberg and family of Chicago to visit them soon. Formerly of Chicago, the Kazers have lived on Miami Beach for two years. ... Vacationing through the Carolinas are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wasman of M ami. ... After a three-week trip to New York and Camden, N. J., visiting her family and friends. Miss Shirlee Zimmerman will return home this week. She resides at 2547 S.W. 14th st. Alumnae Association Plan Building Fund Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae association held their first regular meeting at the home of Mrs. M. Lubel on November 1st. Plans were made for the coming season's activities. Mrs. Robert Rosen, who initiated the building fund for the Beta Theta chapter house on the new University of Miami %  ampus. was named chairman for the fund campaign. A social hour followed the business session. Next meeting will take place at the home of Helene Hirschthal. 1334 Washington ave.. Miami Beach on December 13. Wise Ask President To Retain Committee Lauding the report of the President's Committee on Civil Rights, Dr. Stephen S. Wise. President of the American Jewish Congress, called on President Truma to keep the Committee in existence to obtain the adoption of its recommendations. Dr. Wise urged immediate executive and legislative action for "correction of the evils demonstratid by the Committee ... by enacting legislation to end discrimination in employment and to stop t h e crime of lynching. Immediate action by Congress on poll tax laws and the elimination of the Jim Crow evil is demanded by every decent citizen of our country." Newlyweds Take Florida Honeymoon Now honeymooning on the West coast of Florida are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shulman, whose Sunday wedding took place in the home of Rabbi Lrving Lehi man. She is the former Miss Bstelle Lenter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lenter of New York City. Schulman. son of Mrs. Mary Schulman, 535 N. W. 49th st.. is a veteran lieutenant of the airborne service. He is currently operating the Hideaway cocktail lounge on Miami Beach. Upon their return, the couple will reside at 3100 Sheridan ave Plonick-Miller Vows Sunday at Shelborne In a chapel illuminated by can( dlelight the former Miss Elaine Planick and Frederic Miller ex-, changed vows Sunday at the Shelborne hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehman performed the cere-1 mony. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Planick of 1506 Penn-ylvania ave., Miami Beach, chose her sister, Jocelyn, for maid of honor, and Mrs. Berdie Ross, matron of honor. Miss Lenore Gerstman and Miss Marlene Planick, also a sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. Sheldon Uday of Detroit was best man for Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller, 4460 Pinetree dr. Ushers were Arthur Lehman of New York City and, Alan Stuart Ross. A reception on the mezzanine anl dinner in the dining room followed the marriage ceremony. The couple will reside on Miami Beach after a wedding trip to New Orleans and Central America. 1. 194? Winx Girls Honor Mrs. Weinkle Mrs. Carl Weinkle will be gw ,, of honor at a Winx chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls meeting No vember 12, at the home of' Miss Roberta Freeman, 4561 Post ave Miami Beach, at 8 p.m. President of the Rose chapter of B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Norman Reinhard, will present a silk American f 1 a g to Miss Marilyn Fishman, temporary president of the group. Miss Betty Ann Wein traub of Rose chapter, will de" scribe community service programs adopted by other youth groups. Winx chapter was r.amed in honor of Mrs. Weinkle when it was first organized. / VI' Chairmen Plan Activities Cheirmen of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission will report on prograps planned by their committees for the year at a meeting Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., in room 219 of 927 Lincoln Rd. Chairman of the commission, S. A. Goodman announced that Rabbi Moses Mescneloff will report on the budget; Mr. Jacob Getz and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Masada; Rabbi Leon Kronish, program; Mrs. Alfred Stone, Young Judaea; Mrs. Jandon Schwarz and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Junior Hadassah; and Harold Shipiro, University of Miami IZFA. The Zionist Youth Commission is made up of members of Senior Hadassah and Masada, who meet to coordinate, guide and direct the activities of the Zionist youth groups of Junior Hadassah, Masada, IZFA and Young Judaea, Goodman explained. Worth-Soltz Announce Betrothal Engagement of their daughter, Roslyn, to Mr. Gerald Paul Soltz, is being announced tonight by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worth at a dinner party for the immediate family in th'ir home, 1601 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach. Miss Worth attended Brooklyn college, the University of Havana and was graduated from the University of Miami where she was a member of Sigma Delta Pi. national Spanish honor society. She is corresponding secretary of .he Greater Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah and a member of the Clara Hirsch Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women and Junior League. Her fiance was graduated from Miami Senior High and is at present attending the University of Miami. Now an active member of A. V C, So'tz ser""d 2><4 vears in the Unit d States Signal Corpa Anticipated appearance of Henry A. Wallace at a Miami rally early in February w a i announced by Leo Scheiner. chairman of the local committee of the Southern Conference for Human Welfare, thii week. Sorority Honors Pledges at Luncheon Green and white, color scheme of Alpha Epsilon Phi, was predominant when Miami's alumni association held its annual Found. er's day luncheon Saturday at the Garden Restaurant. Active members and pledge* from the University of Miami, a* well as alumni, gathered to commemorate the founding of the sororitv at Barnard College. October 24. 1909. Mrs. Jack Schiff was hostess for the afternoon. New pledges: Ellen Bernstein. Joan Brick, Elaine Davis, Henriet Goldman, Nancy Hirsch, Deborah Levy, Myrna Lyons, Eleanor Pincus, Harriet Schwartzman, Joan Schlanger. Shirley Walberg, Charlotte Wikles, Fay Zwick, and Toby Ritwe. were honored at an open house in the Vanderbilt hotel that evening. Alpha Epsilon Phi now has thirty-three active chapters, com prising a total membership of over eight thousand. Center Junior League Plans Membership Dance First membership dance of Junior League of the Miami Beach Jewish Center was announced by Miss Norma Green, chairman of the membership committee, to be held at the Center November 9. Music will be furnished by Me! Todd Membership in the group is open to young men and women between the ages of 18 and 30, Miss Green said. Dues and fees will te accepted at the door of any of their forthcoming dances. Committees for the first dance are: Miss Green and Gershon Miller, program: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zieve, Mrs. Ruth Goldberg, Stanley Saval and Shirley Pardo, decorations; Miss Pardo. publicity; and Mr. and Mrs. Zieve, refreshments. lohnson Employment Service Help of All Kinds 127 N. E. 1st Ave. Room 212 Phone 3-6735 HAROLDS, INC. Ilitii iliisst-rs 1039 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Phones 5-0467, 5-0468 440 E. Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale COMMUNITY CONCERT S E R I ES AUSPICES Y. M. & W. H. A. 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* knitf ricrkRoMn Z?!^Il^ V EMBER 7 Beach Zionists Lead In Membership Report Miami Beach Zionist district is leading the state both in total members and membership gained from 1946 tol947, according to the Southeastern Zionist Region comparative membership report released this week. Last year's roll call of 1028 jumped to 1396. a gain of 366 members. Orlando runs second with an increase of 59 to give her 156. Jacksonville climbed into second pfcjee of the state's total rolls with 377, largely because Miami has fallen from 400 to 342. Other local reports show that Lakeland has seven members, their first group; Pensacola rose in numbers from 51 to 71: St. Augustine, from 42 to 50: St. Petersburg, from 77 to 82: Tampa, from 138 to 176; and West Palm Beach, from 84 to 94. Miscellaneous listings are only for 2 where 1946 found 22. A NEW AMERICANS GIFT OP SPEECH | Biscayne Schooling Races To Begin Nov. 7 The Florida racing season iready for serving with the greyhound racing programs starting Friday, November 7. and the official meeting with parti-mutuels wagering starting Saturday night. November 15. at thi Biscayne Kennel Club. It is %  meeting extending through January 2 The official schooling races starting November T and i ontinuing through November 13. except Sundays, will get undi nightly at 7:30 p.m. and be open to the adult public free On November 15. the track will open with a full 10-race schedule at tin new nightly post time for the season at 7:45 p.m. Daily double first and second races, and featuring on tile first night the h Biscayne Inaugural. In this even; one of the n history is assured. Under the s u p i ion of Thomas Honan. director of lacing. and James Hodeck, racing tary, between 300 and 400 < %  ( the nation's best young and older dogs have been registered. These are the ones to be seen during tin next week of schoolings. Mri. Eli D. Freud, daughter-in-law of ihe late Dr. Siamuml Freud, is shown utilizing her exeeptional ability as a cpeech thrapii.t to aid a young patient following an operation of the cleft palate at the New York Hospital. A former instructor at the University of Vienna, Mrs. Freud has aided many people to regain their voice following operations affecting their vocal cords or palates. Like many other newcomers who immigrated here with the^aid of United Service for New Americans, Mrs. Freud is now -pitching in" to help the United Jewish Appeal attain its $170,000,000 quota in 1947 by touring the country ai a UJA speaker. "Inter-Group Tension" WIOD Radio Topic Harold Shapiro, C. Clyde Atkins and Rev. Edward W. Ullrich will be uuest speakt rs on H. A. Allan Greenfield was the Miami Round Table program named president for a second tomorrow. Dr. Franklin William. Y Dux Club Elects Officers. Plans Program Dux club recently opened their winter season with election of officers at the Miami Y. M. & W. ti rm Other officers include Burt Michaels, vice president; Irving La. rido, recording secretary; San ford Samuel, treasurer; Don Rich, corresponding secretary; and Marvin Leiber, sergeant-at arms. New chairmen named by the vice president were; Marvin Zalis, social; Din Shakiman. ath. letics; Jack Eulowiu, membership, Zalis announced that his com mittee was planning four successive aftairs beginning with a breakast at the Y to which all bers and friends will be invited. "Honest Government" Issue in Commission Race "Good. honest government" with efficiency in all departments and the retention of Richard C. Danner as city manager to carry out these policies, are the main issues in the current city commission campaign of William W. Charles. Navy combat veteran "Many obstacles have been thrown in the path of Mr. Danner since he was appointed to his present post and special privilege interests today are engaged in a propaganda campaign to befuddle the minds of the voters on the main issue as to whether Danner shall be retained," he declared "Those interests are seeking to elect their own candidates and if they succeed. Mr. Danner will be discharged, without having hart an opportunity to clean up corruption in the police departmeni and put all other departments on an economical, efficient business basis." Transportation of guests of the Jewish Home for the Aged to their weekly treat at t h e Tower theater was taken care of Monday by Mrs. Margerie Rosen and Mrs. Rose Davidow. Chairman of transportation Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs announced that Sam Luby of Luby Chevrolet has offered to provide a car and chauffeur every week in the future for this project. The home is located at 335 S. W. 12th ave. moderator.' How Can InterGroup Tension in Dade County Be Controlled?" ithe subject for discussion at 7 p.m. o v e r WIOD. Dr. Andrew Gottschal, executive director of the local NationI Conference of Christians and Jews, announced that the topic is by popular demand as a sequel to a previous program. At that time th" lion of inte-r... sw fp nd J el S in our city ., v r „ m cl of the prmn3 rnmem ^ fey Robert LTFioyfSf, *$ ney,who,s,, r ; ;^5.. cty commission as T'^J y com mit men ^ "free from alliances with s Fiov'r"; m **; Floyd also advocates budgeting gystem, onP ,v make it possible or ulfi to trace the -,nd nl J^ dollar." He .pj 0 '^ juvenile delinquent!,* ? -t.bli.hm.,, /even^f tonal "•"" % %  for Vn foreseeing tl | providing^ some, sup,: .,.,, ?* children at this ag w 1 them off the • iTiTioss AGENCT Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS jjf Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD UPHOLSTERY CLEANING FURNITURE ACE RUG M\\| Its CAREFUL RUG AND CARPET CLEANERS Clean Rugs Make Healthy Homes Rugs Cleaned. 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jjpAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1947 Jews!; fhrid/iait/ PAGE THREE Miami Y Sets program For Age tiroup Over 59 Plans have been completed for •he golden age program for people 0V er 50 years of age, it was announced by Ben Essen, chairman c f the adult activities committee 0 f the Miami Y. Essen requested that all people over 50 years of age who are invested in this type of program 'end then names and addresses fine YM & YWHA, 1567 S.W 5th st.. Miami. Florida. As soon as the names have been received a definite date for a meeting will be set. Scout Troop 65 Plans Reorganization A special meeting for the purpose of reorganizing and revitalizing Boy Scout troop 65, which has been functioning in the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center for the past two years, was held Thursday. A. N. Bergida, regional scout commissioner of this area, was present at the meeting to help the boys formulate plans for the coming vear. Joe Rood was selected to be scout master; Leonard Selk and Murray S. Bast, assistant scout masters. Al Osheroff, Irving Cypen and Nat Klonsky form a committee of laymen to direct activities i>f the group. Boys net ween the ages of 12 and 15 a r c invited to attend Thursday evening meetings at the Center at 8 p.m. Leon Kaplan Renamed Miami Y Head; Annual Election Set For December 2nd Leon Kaplan was renominated president of the Miami "Y" without opposition at the annual nomination meeting Tuesday evening. Also unanimously chosen to serve with him for 1948 were Max R. Silver, first vice-president; Ben Essen, second vicepresent; Sam Seitl.n. third vice-president; Jean Guberman. secretary and David Brown, treasurer. Members of the board nomina ted for three years: L eo Ackerman. Al Berkowitz, Joseph Bermann. Nat Blumberg, Alex FOOD IS SCARCE! DON'T WASTE IT ON Let Or I. m rid your builsins ot Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flaglor St. MIAMI'S FINEST ELECTRICAL STORE "Some Say" • Light Fixtures Appliances Itadios Open Friday Evening MONAHAN'S INC. 2208 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-0632 Sam Weissel's Reception Honors Bar Mitzvah Over fifty boys and girls said Kiddush over wine and sang "Sholom Bar Mizvah, Sholom" to Roy Weissel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel of Coral Gables, following his Bar Mitzvah in Beth David Congregation last Saturday. About two hundred friends and relatives attended the reception. Rabbi Max Shapiro served as master of ceremonies that evening at a dinner dance in the Robert Richter hotel. In tribtute to the memory of Mrs. Ruth Goodman, mother of Mrs. Weissel, Cantor Maurice Mamches sang "Mother, My Dear" among his many other renditions. Buddy Weissel, brother of the Bar Matzvah, flew down from Valley Forge Military Academy, Wayne, Pa., to attend the ceremony. Workmen's Circle to Pick National Representative Representative delegates of Florida branches of the Workmen's Circle will gather Sunday at 2 p.m. to choose two candidate members for the National Board of directors. The names will be sent in the form of a referendum to all Florida members so that one permanent member may be chosen for the next two years. This is the first year that Florida has had sufficient membership to warrant representation on the national board. Meeting will be held at the Miami Beach Lyceum, 25 Washington ave Talianoff Guest Speaker Newly elected officers of Clara irsh Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will take •harge of the next meeting, Monday, at the home of Miss Miriam Miller, 5493 Bay id.. Miami Beach. George J. Talianoff. regional dilector of the Anti-Defamation League is to be guest speaker. Miss Shirley Collegeman was chosen president at their last meeting. Other officers include: Mrs. Bebe Finn, vice pies.; Miss Sheila Wallman. treas.; Miss Jo Zinner. ec. sec; Miss Eva Rosner, corres. sec; and Miss Annette Merchin. reporter. Monday's meeting is scheduled for 8 p.m. Cohen, Charles H. Cohen, Milton Friedman, Nat Gans, Abe Goldman, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, M. J. Kopelowitz. Leon Lieberman, S. B. Miller. E. Albert Pallot, Jake Sher, Seymour Simon; members of the board for one year: R. W. Apte, Samuel Beckman, George Chertkof. Archie Coulton, Murray Coulton, Abe Cutler, Mrs. Barney Davis, Mrs. Ben Essen, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Fred Grossberg. Eli Hurwitz, Sam Kratish, Abe Kurman, Sidney Lefcourt, Stanley C. Myers, Morris L. Popover, Al Reisman, Herbert Rubin, Theodore J. Sakowitz, Herbert Scher, Mrs. Louis Seitlin, George Siegel, Lawrence Singer, Elry Stone, Mrs. John Temple, Sam Weber, Eugene J. Weiss, Mrs. A. M. Wise, George Wolpert, Barney Yaphe, Marx Feinberg, Paul Sobel. No additional nominations were made for the officers or members of the board for three years, following a report by M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman of the nominating committee. However, the following were nominated to serve as members of the board for one year in addition to those above named: George Rachlin, Sam Kessler, Mildred Berkowitz, Mrs. Milton Sachs, Hy Oren. Gene Ehrlich, Joe Levine, Harvey Dwoskin, Pearl Reisman, Jack Pulver, Bernard Gelbcrt. Sam Dickson, Dr. Emanuel Sehon, Shirley Seitlin, Sidney Kaplan. The constitution provides automatic one year nominations for all candidates not elected to other offices. Election meeting will be held on Tuesday evening, December 2 at the Y. Dancing and entertainment follows. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Center Inaugurates Hebrew Arts Program Inauguration of Miami Beach Community Center's first Hebrew arts program for young adults of 16 years and over will be Tuesday, October 28, under the direction of Herbert Zuckerman and Joseph Schreibman. A cantata entitled "What Is Toah?" by Ira and Judith Kaplan Eisenstein, is the group's first project. This is a choral and dramatic presentation explaining Torah in terms of the experience of the Jewish people. Young people are invited to visit the group Tuesdays at 8 p.m. An advanced class in Hebrew for adults has also been planned by the Center education office, to meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Further information may be obtained by calling 5-1682. ROOM AND BOARD with private family A Real Health spot if you like guiet • • • 2741 Madison St. Hollywood, Florida • Reapfcalsterlag • Slip Overs • Draperies • Bedspreads s Cornlrrs GUARANTIED WORK FOR FREE ESTIMATE ?3W 33089 S.W. 17flt COURT CALLAHAN & STUZIN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS ALFRED I. OuPONT BUILDING, MIAMI. FLOWIOA ANNOUNCE THE OPENINQ OF THEIR MIAMI BEACH OFFICE 'UlTC 436-37 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK BUILDINQ 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Folk Chorus Opens Season Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus is celebrating the opening of its 1947-48 season, Sunday. November 9, 8 p.m., at the Edwards Hotel, Miami Beach. A cultural program has been planned for the occasion to which the public is invited. The folk chorus meets Tuesdays, 8 p.m. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, Washington ave. and 3rd st., Miami Beach. Louis Powesky is conductor. MJOC Observes Armistice Day In observance of Armistice day, an open school day will be held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Tuesday, it was revealed by Rabbi Murray Grauer. A special program has been prepared for students of the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah. Recitations on "Shalom-Peace" by several students and a motion picture of the Bureau of Jewish Education highlight the program planned. Parents of students are asked to participate in the celebration and children not attending the religious school are invited to be guests of the Talmud Torah. I\l Collection Jewish National Fund blue boxes, wisted with the Miami groups of Hadassah, will be cleared during the period of November 5 to 15, according to Mrs. Harold B. Cohen, chairman of the project. Anyone whose box is not taken care of during these dates is advised to call Mrs. Cohen at 78-8759 or any of the following women assisting with the work: Mrs. Louis Rubin, Mrs. Jack Fink, Mrs. Sam Weinstein, Mrs. Fred Ochs, Mrs. Ida Hartz, Mrs. Maurice Weinberg, Mrs. Edward Meadows, Mrs. Reuben Fund, Mrs. Simon April, Mrs. Bernard Sterling, or Mrs. Robert Kahn. Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home of the Aged will have a board meeting Thursday, November 13, following a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Cecile Kasov, 2256 S. W. 16th Terr., at 12 noon. SUNRtfPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CASES wniti re* toOKhCt MS 1 W SO? COURT HSU MIAMI-FLORIDA Your next wave must be the RAYETTE LECTRONIC WAVE now being given at your hairdressers. Not only the newest, but also the best. Get one and see for yourself. Distributed by ROYAL BEAUTY SUPPLY CO.. INC. 119 N. E. Sixth Street Miami West Palm Beach FOP Your Shopping Convenience! 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,%  •.-•.'.--" %  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^| i L I PAGE TEN Jewish fhridfan FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. l9fl Ashe Commends Forum Institute "A very great service" is being done for the Miami area through the presenting of the Town Hall Forum lecture series. Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president of the University of Miami, has written the joint committee in charge ol the program. Presented by Town Hall of Miami, Inc., the Forum is sponsored by the Men's Clubs of Temple Israel and the White Temple in Miami's greatest inter-faith cooperation move to date and will be held in the White Temple. "For more than a score of years," wrote Dr. Ashe "Greater Miami has experienced .1 very rapid growth and has been developing into a fine metropolitan area. Some tilings, however, have not kept pace with the growth of the population. "As a tourist city, we have been able to provide ".ops' in various types ol entertainment. The city is quite gay during some of the wit tei montl Many of the permanent residents ol tl e community, and s o m e of the winter visitors as well, constantly feel that there is something missing. They are interest I in intellectual r e creation and ihou.uht stimulating programs. ••For this reason, the popular lecture series, by authoritative speakers, :.s a very addition to this community, as it commui ity Men's Club ol 'he Whitt Temple and the Men's Club of Temple Israi I, in : ing the Town i : •' addresses, doing a ven great so: vice for le do not leave their minds at home; two gn ups I 'be lectun discussions will be ol t best 1 e : • %  e pei pl< \ • P d witl ifferIrij • %  I to meml s, public sale of the tickets this week from offi es % %  mple Is• 1 and the Whit ile. Ti< kc.-ts I >r the season of four lectures at only $4.80, uv .. dollar, plus tax, for each lect Pierre Van Paassen, noted author, traveler, soldier and authority on Palestine, will be the initial speak r of the series. which will open on Tuesday. November 25. Van Paassen, long a student of the pioblen, will discuss "The Internal Situation in Palestine.'' On December 9 John Temple Grave.-. II, will speak on "Gone With the Bomb." presenting the view that with the accomplishment of atomic fission civilization itself threatens to be blown from the earth unless strong and immediate safeguards a r e taken. Graves will handle this vital scientiic question in his usual keen style so that it will be plainly understood by those with no special scientific knowledge. A trip behind the scenes in Film Folk.. With the returns vn early south : and midwest engagements on "Crossfire" coming in, RKO executives feel they're across the hump on marketing the picture. "Crossfire's" frankness in dealing with anti-Semitism has had RKO's distribution department fearful of response outside metropolitan centers. There was i i vei 1 any doubt about New York, Philadelphia. Chicago. Los Angeles, etc., but there were plenty of misgivings—now pretty well allayed — on the hinterlands K KO sales force has met the situation by selling the film entirely as a taut melodrama and not tioning the Jewish angle at all. Playdating the picture hasn't been without opposition, howOne independent theatre owner (non-Jewish) refused to book it, with the declaration: "Wi nevei have had any racial troubles in this town and I don't want to put anything before the people that might put ideas Into their heads. There's no use breed, trouble wh< re none exists." Paul Lukas, just returned from European locations for "Berlin Express." says that in German les when an actor rly and insinceri ly -t the popular squelcher is. %  D on't make yourself so small %  not that big Elmer Rice returns to film ting for the first time in 14 enplay "Earth and H Heaven" for Producer Sarr Goldwlyn. His last previous chori was on "Counsellor at Law," his own Broadway play. in 1933. Goldwyn, just back from ation in Sun Valley, tells me t at the production, which deals with the drama of human relaj tionships—of two people in love > are confronted by the obthe stage, screen and radio worlds will be taken on Decombei 29, when Harold J. Kennedy. author, playwr ght, actor and producer, will speak on "Stage \V: ispers." This will be an inti: ati revealing of the great and near gneat in the Lands of Make Believe, most of whom Kennedy calls by their first names. Dorothy Thompson will close the notable Forum series on February 2l>. speaking on These Crucial Days." She will analyze world event-, tell how they probably will affect each of u., and will provide a glimpse of future ts and reactions. stacle of intolerance—will star' in March. • • • That widely heralded and high-budgeted Ed and Keenan Wvnn radio pack.... >W WM finally auditioned for NBC last week, with network prexy Niles Trammel] reported considerably excited over its potentialities. NBC wants the program as ore of Us choice "reserve" items to dangle before its bankrollers as a replacement or a currenl weak airer. Thi web is presently sold out. Hollywood Center Active A review of the Laura /-. Hobson best .-elk 1 "Gentlemen's Agreement," given by Mrs William Flacks, was heard by 100 women at a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center at Hollywood Mrs. Flacks' interpretation of the book was rec ived enthusiastically by her audience, who participated in tl e open forum that followed. Preceding the review, Mrs LourJ. Golden, president, conducted a busim ss meeting which centered an mini discussion of plans for the forthcoming "Oklahoma Jamboree" scheduled for Thanksgiving Eve. Nov. 26th, at the Center Building. Mrs. S. Nimitz and Mrs. Fred Mannheim, co-chairmen of the affair, promise a program of music and entertainment with the color and spirit of the old Southwest. Assisting them are Mrs. David Sicgel. Mrs. S. Bass, Mrs. Louise Kravitz. Mrs. Harry Fink, Mrs. Rudy Schiffman, Mrs. Lou Manzar, Mrs. H. Finkelstein and Mrs. L. Robit. A six-day bazaar for the week of January 17th featuring a surprise children's program was also discussed. Mrs. Isadora Orgel, chairman of the Bazaar Committee, will meet committee members on Tuesday, Oct. 21st at 8 p. m. at the Center, to compli te plans. Mrs. Golden asked that members bring to the next meeting, Nov. 4. gifts for the "Joy Ship" project of the American Legion Auxiliary. Miss Jerry Olonoff conducted a community sing, and refreshm< nts were served With Mrs. Herbert Heiden and Mrs. Edgar Galvin as hostesses. Welcomed into the Auxiliary were the following new members: Mrs. Julius Feingold, Mrs. Harry Fink. Mrs. Max Rubel, Mrs. Richard Briefer, Mrs. Jack Fox, Mrs. Bernie Berk, Mrs. David Seigel, Mrs. Dan Reiter, Mrs. Jack Barry. Mrs. Abe Joseph, Mrs. Louis Charnow, Mrs. Bob Owen, Mrs. Max Goldberg, Mrs. S. Olinoff. Mrs. Nathan Lehrman, Mrs. Howard Jacobson, M E Alexander and Mrs. M. Siiverman. Guests included Mrs. H< Ion Silver, Mrs. Bob Hannon and Mrs. Maurice Samuels. The Center Auxiliary meets the first Tuesday of each month. AVC Schedules Dance Precluding their season's activities with a dance in the Presileni Madison hotel, Miami Reach. November 8, are membo! s of the Miami Beach chapter of the American Veterans Committee. The affair is scheduled for 9 p.m. to midnight. Miss Harriet Gottesman, chairman of the event, announced that tickets may be purchased from any member, or at the door the evening of the dance. Sorority Invites Public To Open House Sunday For the presentation of their I new pledges and celebration for I their newly pinned sorority sis ters. Phi Sigma Sigma active, £ | planning an open house Sunday i at the Roney Plaza, i to 6 p m Four girls receiving their pin, tomorrow night an Lorri. Wat son Betty Cohen, Steve S.lv?rn and Ann Miller. New pledge,? elude: Betty Bercowite, Be v Davis, Gladys Bisenberg Natal. Friedman, Carol Goldberg Saliv Grossman, Rosemary Harri. Phyllis Katsin, Carol Kats m .Janice Levin. Jeai Lentta Le' nore Leibman. Diana Liffnun .Connie Lipshinsk>, Arlene Ut j win, Eunice Mostow, Doris Sha I piro Inez Bhutan and Elainr I Slack. Miss Toby Coop, i. archon of the chapter, has announced that the public is invited. tALEX DRUCKER< < < MUSIC TEACHER I All Instruments—Reasonable % Instruments Furnished Free! Phone 2-4303 433 N.W. 12th Avenue WANTED LOUIE'S % G L A S S SHOP; > 4 \ SAFETY GLASS— < PLAIN GLASS % "GOOD SERVICE EXPERT WORK" I MIRRORS — RESILVERING J I 4402 N. W. 27th Avenue { Phone 7-5333 J POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL Come in and Enjoy ALPERT'S RESTAURANT No. 6 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach CLUB BREAKFAST. LUNCHEON. DINNERS AND SPECIALS Same Fine Foods—Our lSlh Year—Same Management MIAMI BEACH Setter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty IV G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3 4814 MORRIS ORLIN LoSS GERBER 500 PUBLIC-SPIRITED MEN AND WOMEN to serve as Volunteer Census Enumerators for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation population survey, Nov. 16-23, 1947. SPECIAL NOTE: A mass meeting of all volunteer Census lakers will be held at TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th St. On Thursday Evening, Nov. 13. at 8 p.m. It is urgent for all volunteer enumerators to attend. Pill out ;mcl mail this blank at once or telephone 3-5411 THIS IS THE MAN John C. Johnson Who Fought the Utility and Tobacco Tax for YOU LET HIM FINISH THE JOB ELECT HIM CITY COMMISSIONER Keep Danner City Manager Political Adv., Paid for By Friends To GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION, 1002 Congress Bldg.. Miami 32. I shall be pleased to serve as a VOLUNTEER CENSUS ENUMERATOR for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and agree to call upon a minimum of ten families during the period of November 16 to 23, inclusive. DO NOT WRITE HERE CODF Nn. CAPTAIN MAJDB Name AddressPhone



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RIDAY NOVEMB ER 7, 1947 t and Robertson Open Concert Series *Jkwisti tkrkJijr PAGE SEVEN iithel Bartlett ile-'l) and Rae Robertson piano duet, first of the tists to be presented by the Community Concert Series under the ^ispices of the Miami Beach Y.M. & W.H.A. cultural committee. tmber 1(1 The Robertsons, who were both famous soloists before Inr marriyfji' :• Milted in the formation of a piano team, are neBwned tod:i> tor their perfect harmony and blending. Alfred Spy Ming, violinst; Ruth Draper, monologist; Menahem tssler, pianist; and Igor Gorin, baritone, make up the rest of the fcries. All performances will be in the auditorium of the Miami each High school. Radio and Club Star Meets Old Friend ^^ % %  fcfw 1 / \lk f m 1 iV r H #' '' r 4^ |Jan Bart, r fht, recent star at P !" Goldmar's Clover club is F6 greet, d by Jacob Schechter. pwen yean ago when Bart arm here from Poland and tried [Set int 0 radio, Schechter ofr !" him a few dollars to appear "ie Yiddish Program broadPover WBNX, N. Y. Today, f l one of the country's most r ,m ^ H tei and night club b r .' V to radio once W '''* %  This tirrw, his ntl runn '"K into four figures, u paid by a national crackmpany His voice is to be ri over Mutual WOR and af'iliatcd stations. Bart has made ; special transcription for his old % %  iend, Schechter. which was used in the Jewish Musical program last Sunday at 10 a.m. over station WBAY. Max Kletter, celebrated operat". star and composer from New /ork will appear in person on the nusical program this Sunday. Kletter is famous for his Jewish plays, operettas, and musical compositions, most notably the lyrics o the "Anniversary Waltz." The • ewish Musical program is also leard over the same station on Fridays at 11 a.m. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that "" '••'•^'."I, desiring to engage.ft busl ** said '. ', r'VJ"' Clerk of tn< Circuit ourt of Dade County. Florida. EDWARD I.. FORKR. sole Owner. 11 M4-31-28 it :, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,„ -f"" DEALER LICENSE IN cl T r HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ne CnlTr?. JUDICIA ICIRCUIT CO 0RIDA IN AND F R DADE IN CHANCERY NO. 112639 "n Re: Application of Sonla Frtedtniin to become a Free Dealer, you ... ..it W, Friedman, Ix>s Angelesi California, are hereby notified lhat tno Honorable Judge Charles A. far">ll win hear the petition of Sonla rrledman to become a Free Dealer on November 16th. 1947. at 10 A. M •I his Chamber* at the Courthouse. X'er SOtt §%**' r "' rida dat d M.I RED KREI8LER, Solicitor for Petitioner. 11'7-14 VOTE FOR JIMMY GANNON "The Milkman' SUPPORT R. G. DANNER —ASCITY MANAGER Better i C,ean up and repair streets immediately. ade County, Flori. the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal • duress of the claimant and to be ;TL"„ lo a n d J> r e?ented as aforesaid, ^n^f lK W "o e r, ba L red See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date. October 20, A. D., 1947 • IOHN E. PORTE, As Executor of r.?., 1 .*". 8 1 WU1 and Testament of JOHN'E N P O RTE RL1NER De| easMl JACK A. ABBOTT, Attorneys for Executor. 10/21-31. 11/7-14. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctiltous name of HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE at 220D S.W. 27th Avenue Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MYLES H. PERLROTH. SOL KRONEN. BEN KRONEN. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. N T,CE Ni:K? E L lw' CTmoua NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i %  SKaf 8 ? under the fictitious name -f FIVE POINT MEDICAL CI.INI.at 1251 B.W. 22nd Street. Miami. Fla "'tend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDMOND GAMSE, M.D., 10/31. 11/7-M-21-2S. S le ^"^ NaT,CE N !,K;? E LA£ ,CT,T,au8 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name LM • s f rADIl 'M GRILL at 1400 West Hagler Street, Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla COLMAN PONT LEONARD PONT. 10/24-31. 11/7-14-21. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NEW ERA HYDROPONICS at 3491 S.W. 17th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK N. WEST. Sole Owner. HARRY D1ETZ, Attorney for Applicant. Congress Building, Miami, Florida 11/10-17-24-31. 11/1. SSSir E ST BROS RV£ }i,*v OF.ST? __ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALEXANDRIA HOTEL at 7-9 N.W Second Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JULIUS HOLI.AND. LEO KHEINER. 1204-1205 Pacific Building. Attorney for Julius Holland. 10/24-31. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name .f 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. HELEN WILEY. ELVIN J. WILEY. VIRGINIA TRADER. 10/24-31. 11/7-14-21. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name •f PHOTO ARTS at 1327 20th Street Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla. PHILIP A. FELDMAN. GEORGE TRENCHER LEO SHEINER. Attorney for Applicants. 1204-1205 Pacific Building. 10/24-31. 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 RED BIRD FOOD MARKET at J833 Bird Road, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT BARON. THOMAS SEROPULOS. 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 in business under the fictitious name of COMMUNITY BENDIX LAUNDRY, at 49 N.E. 14th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR ZWE1GENTHAL Sole Owner. FRANK 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 in business under the fictitious mime of R. & R MOTORS, at 930-944 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida., In• -ister said name with tile 1. K of the Circuit Court of Dade .'ounty, Florida. ROBERT J. REESE. A. C. RIDOIjr. •RANK SOLOMON. Attorney for Applicants. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 112501 MARY R1CHMAN, Plaintiff, vs. MAX STANLEY RICHMAN. I lefendant. To: MAX STANLEY RICHMAN, I960 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 Datenl this 23rd day of Octoberr 1947 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. ,_„.. By: M. t?. GREEN, (Seal) Deputy Clerk SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney 327 Calumet Building. Miami, Flori.a 10/24-31. 11/7-14. NOTICEUNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOUSE OF WATCHES, at 339 hey bold Building, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the I lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAUL BELENKE. FRANK SOLOMO^ 01 PEARL 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 In business under the fictitious name of L. & L MEAT MARKET, at 33 N.W. ih St.. Miami. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla DAVE LOWY. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN?*""' 1 Attorneys for Aplllcant. 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 & LAUNDRY at 119 N.W. 3th St., Miami. Ma., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GERTRUDE STEINGOLD. 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. 2:.th Ave.. Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN. WASMA.V. SILVER & SAKOW1TZ, 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 notlried and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have agn 1 t the estate of CARRIE OOI.DFARB. 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 addre.-s of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or sinoe will be !>arred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date. October 14, A. D., 1917. EVELYN GOODMAN (ne.GOLDFARB). THELMA K1--SLER. SIDONIA STEINBACH and RUTH ADLMAN. As of the I .as; Will and Testament of Executrixes. CARRIE GOLDFARB, Deceased. THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ. Attorney for Executrixes. 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 HOUSE OF NOVELTIES at 92S925 Seyboid Hl.li; Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. MAX GOLDSTEIN, Sole Owner. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. Congress Building, Miami, Florida. 10/10-17-24-31. 11/1. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..f BLACKSTONE PHARMACY AND LUNCHEONETTE at So0 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend i to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX WOOLS'. RAK WOOLF. SHIRLEY WOOLF, Alto! ne} lor ApuitcantA : ; t



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fr PAGE SIX *-Jentnoridriain JTHDAY. NOVEMBER 7, Lccai Delegates Plan to Attend Southeastern Zionist Region Meeting Delegates from seven Southern states will assemble in Nashville, Tenn., for the tenth annual conference of Southeastern Zionist Region, November 14-17. Marking a decade of expanded activity in this area, the occasion will bring over 150 representatives from Georgia, Tennessee. Alabama. Mississippi, South Carolina. Louisiana and Florida to the Andrew Jackson hotel, according to a current release by the regional office. Miami Beach district will be represented by President Jack D. Burris, Shepard Broad, S. A. Goodman, Ed Singer, Seymour Rubin, and Alex Van Straaten. President Burnett Roth, Hyman Sootin, Rabbi Max Shapiro, and Leo Rosen will attend for Miami. In addition to regional mem bers, the four day conclave will bring Zionist leaders from the national scene headed by Rabbi Irving Miller, member of the Inter Actions committee of the World Zionist Congress. Rabbi Miller, noted Hebrew educator and orator, presently holds the position of chairman of the Z.O.A. administrative committee. Other national figures expected are: Mendel Selig. chairman of the American Zionist Fund. Manuel Posy, executive director of the fund. Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director of the American Zionist Youth Commission, Harold Jaffer, of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, and Mendel N. Fisher, executor director of the Jewish National Fund of America. Rabbi Shapiro at I Photographer Gives Lodge Program Amateurs Finer Points Rabbi Max Shapiro will headline Besides operating photography studios in Coral Gables, Lester the Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith initiation meeting and Amistice day program, Tuesday, 8 p.m. at Elks hall. 9 N.E. third ave., according to Sam Silver, president. A ritual team consisting of Bill Pallot, Milton A. Friedman, Marx Feinberg, Perry Botwin and Lou Heiman, are to initiate seventyfour new members. Reports will be heard from the committee on public affairs on the lodge's annual debate contest, by Chairman John Kronenfeld: and B'nai B'rith Flood Disaster Relief committee, by Mrs. Tena Katz. president of the Women's chapter. Bill Pallot will explain proposed plans for the "Outstanding Citizen of 1947'' project sponsored by the lodge. MJOC Card Party Nov. 16 Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sisterhood will hold a card party November 16 to raise funds for the Talmud Torah. Mrs. Max Rappaport. chairlady. Toloff iy willing to give amateur portrait photographers advice about professional work. His suggestions may be summated in three of his general statements: "Don't photograph your subject with his head, body and eyes looking in the same subject from sitting on pins and needles." "Work diligently for proper exposure, position, and direction." "Try to keep your expression." Such detail arc among the rules that experience from "over 30 years" of shooting pictures has taught him. Former head portrait photographer for the New York Daily News, Toloff moved to the Gables recently as a result of his first visit here last season. Mrs. Toloff was the deciding factor in making Miami their "settling point," Mrs. George Solinger, Mrs. Ger-, son August, and Mrs. Max Kup-! he adml sThey plan to buy a ferstein will be hostesses. T h e I house near the Derby Pilkingtons function will take place in the! studios in Coral Gables which he school building, 1545 S. W. Third recently purchased. St MEN! BUY QUALITY "Fine Clothrs From Fine Makers'* Guaranteed Saving* to $0% SILK FINISH GABARDINE SUITS $50 ^ $65 Austin H. Burke UPSTAIRS MFGR'S OUTLET 600 Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach Entrance on Pennsylvania Avenue Room 16 -Off Lincoln Road Daily 9-6, Sunday, 10:30 to 2 P. M. Mrs. Lehrman to Review "Kingsblood Royal" Mrs. Irving Lehrman's review of Sinclair Lewis' "Kingsblood Royal" will inaugurate the Friday Review of Miami Beach chapter of the American Jewish Congress for the coming season. This first lecture is to take place in the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Friday, November 14 at 1:30 p.m., followed by an open discussion of the book and its review. Chairman Mrs. Herbert Glk-kman and Chairman Mrs. Anna Tanenbaum announced that the public is invited. A slight charge will be made to defray expenses. /5^S^ -Jr It W**1 Try this tempting treat I HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN A LA KING AH the high-quality HorowitzMargareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, old homestvle Jewish way. Economical, too .. save work, time, money! 'fim tatim UlU yu* Ui 9SS d/ gii.i:H.M l i:i.i<-i.H:IIAi.l:!M,Tirg Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, 890 N.W, 13th F'— Miami. Florida Soviets Ask End Palestine Rule (Continued from Page 11 vent frontier dashes. The militias shall operate under tneir own command, but remain und.r the military and political control of the special commissions. Jewiih Agency to Propose Compromise Between U.S.Soviet Proposals The Soviet proposals received a mixed reception t i o m the American delegation, ns well as from Jewish Agency leaders. The two points to which the American delegation is inclined to take particular exception are that the Mandate be terminated on January 1—six months earlier than proposed by the U S.—and that the U. N. special commission to be sent to Palestine should re composed of representatives of the member states of the Se rarity Council. The Americans feel that the nest means of guaranteeing a smooth transition period is to have Britain retain its mandatory obligations until July 1. On the question of having the special commission composed of members of the Security Council, the U S. delegation believes that this may prejudice attempts to secure the necessary twothirds vote at the Assembly, since the smaller countries have indicated that they want the Pales* ine issue settled outside of the Security Council, where any of the big powers can invoke it* veto. Ambassador Herschel Johnson, the U. S. representative on thu Palestine Committee, indicated that on the other points of the Soviet plan, the Americans might see eye to eye with the Russians. The Jewish Agency, it was learned reliably, will propose a compromise between the U. S. and Soviet stands, by suggesting that the U.. N. commission be set up by the General Assembly, but be responsible to the Security Council, since the Assembly is rot in continuous session. Puzzled As To Why Russians Suggested Longer Transition Agency leaders were puzzled as to why the Soviets suggested that the transition period run six months longer than the Amercans proposed. Moshe Shertok. Agency political chief, put this question to Tsarapkin. Shertok also wanted to know whether all the members of the Security Council would necessarily have to be represented on the special commission. Speaking later. Tsarapkin said that the USSR would welcome a shorter transition period. On the whole, it is felt in United Nations circles that the Soviet ten points may prolong discussion on partition rather than shorten it. Each point opens an PAIN TING DECORATING INTERIOR • EXTERIOR Licensed Bn Way With % MULTIPLE OSCILLATION DIBMOBIN £3 % CAIY AST Painting & Decorating Co. j %  ^lW^ INC Phone 2-7401 Quality 3cod Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO.. |nt, 1725 N. W. 7th Av.nue Phone 2-6Ml BECAUSE THERE No DIET DRUQI HEAT SWEDISH MASSAGE \ POST SLENDERIZING i STUDIO < \ 800 N. E. Second Ave., Room 10 J I 1'hones: 3-8895^-88-1227 I IVCN NH O > AMmtNTMfMT GUILFORD POULTRY 101 N. W. 8th Street uil ALWAYS ON PREMISES Best Poultry at Wholesale Prices mm NCIr jfi 4?o tmeju iw MIAMI BEACH, FL^J PHONE 5-2iT> / THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Announces CONFERENCE ON SMALL BUSINESS PROBLEMS Friday and Saturday, November 7 and 8 MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM. BAYFRONT PARK Morning Sessions, 9:30 and 11 Afternoon Sessions, 1:45 and 3:30 Evening Sessions, 7:30 and 9 Registration Fee, $5.00 Foi further information call University ol Miami. Division o Adult Education, Telephone 48-6581, Extension 36.



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r *K J •' i E PAGE SIXTEEN +Jenist>ncrkfiar FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 LIVES OF OUR TIMES MAO£JNHA££L 111 DIRECTOR-PRODUCER WHO STAGED THE FIRST "SPECTACLE "IM 1 '. THE MODERN THEATRE WAS MRU] IN A SMALL TOWM NEAR VIENNA ([) IN 1673MAX SPIMT HIS CHILDHOOD, SO TO SPtAK. IN THE BALCONY OF A VIENNESE THEATRE. UNABLE TO RESIST THE POWERFUL URGE, HE GAVE UP HIS PLANS TO BECOME A BANMR.AMDATTHE AGE OF 17 GOT A JOB AS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF THE SALZBURG THEATRE/ IN 1912, RElNHARDT CREATLO A FUROR IH LONPON WITH HIS 0 PRODUCTION OF"THt MIRAUt, SUBSEQUENTLY CALLED THE "SPECTACLE OF THE A6ET WINHARDT'S SUCCESS CONTINUED, DUE 10 A NEW IMPRESSIONISTIC APPROACH BY WHICH HE STAGED HAMLET, FOR EXAMPLE. IN MODERN DRESS, AND USED A REVOLVING 5TA6E IN THE PRODUCTION OF A STRAUSS OPERETTA/ $t AT SALZBURG IN I920,REIKHM!DT DIRECIFD H tVERYMAN-AN OLD MOkAulv n Ar „L. SO POPULAR THAT IT BECAM1 to mwima THE SALZBURG FESTIVALS mi h| hWismm' SIGNED SY STUDIO TO MAKE THE PLAY INTO A MOTION PICTURE,RElNHARDT SPENT | 300,000, THE LAR6EST SUM EVER LAVISHED ON A MOVIE UP TO THAT TIME. NEEDLESS TO SAY THE AMERICAN PUBLIC LOVED IT/, FLEEING THE GESTAPO, REHHARDT ARRIVED IN THE U.S IN 1954. THAT YEAR,HE PRODUCED'* MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM' IN THE HOUYWOOO BOWL PLAYING TO AUDIENCES OF 12,000 NIGHTLY/ IT WAS IN 1936 THAT RElNHARDT DID HIS MOST IMPORTANT PIECE OF PRODUCING.AT A COST OF00.000,H{ REMODELED THE MANHATTAN OPIRA HOUSE TO PRESENT 'THE ETERNAL ROAD-A SA6A Of THE OPYSStV Of THE JEW, FOR TMi NEXT StVEN YEARS, RtWHARDT DIVIDED HIS TIME BETWEEN WHmw* AND BROADWAY. IN I94J, WHILE SUPERVISING THE PRODUCTION OF"u BIUE HELENE' IN NEW YORK, HE SUFfEMP A FATAL STROM. HE WAS LUlOGlZfo BY RABBI WISE WHO SAN> *Nt TRANSLATED THl MAUTY Of HOLINESS IITO THE HOLINESS OF BEAUTY.." *0 'a f? iiiMWifiiy* Railey Pledges To Serve "All Residents of City" Randolph B. "Ran" Railey. business man candidate (or Miami city comm outlined his I lions to serve "all residents of our city" in talks during the week. He pointed to his nine k as a civil engineer and eleven years as a successful Bales and technical executive be. fore coming to Miami in 1925 as "part of my background on which the voters may judge my qualification.-." The candidate, who pioneered the manufacture of batteries in South Florida in 1927. also cited his business experience. In referring to his knowledge of tax problems he declared, "I have paid the federal, state, county and city si'ivcrnments more than $200,000 in taxes during the past 20 years and I have made a study of taxation and tax plans from the viewpoint of a tax payer." Railey declared that Miami "has outgrown its classification of being just a tourist city;" pointing out that the area has an aviation payroll of about $50,000,000 annually and that the Greater Miami area has more than 600 manufacturing plants with their prodMiami Beach Mizrachi chapter meets at Beth Jacob Synagogue, November 8 at 8 p.m., according to Mrs. G. Feder, publicity chairman. Refreshments will be served. Id in world markets. He urged vot< rs to place in office "men who will work to keep Miami the leading international aviation center as well as a great industrial community whose : ills than any other city in Fl Jaffe To Speak on National Radio Week Frank Jaffe. Promotion Manager, radio station WGBS, will address members of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith at their Luncheon Club meeting today, 12:15 p.m., in the Downtown Club, Seybold Arcade. Speaking on "National Radio Week." Jaffe will trace the strides of commercial radio since 1920. William Pallot. luncheon chairman, will introduce the speaker. Quirk Starts Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th Bt Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami Long Life BATTERIE (E Dependability • Performance • Long Life nixrc TIRE ro %  ^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH • 101 S. W. First Street 5327 N. Miami Ave. 3539 N.W. 17th Ave. 945 Fifth Street 1840 Alton Road TRULY NOLEN, President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE TERMITE CONTROL 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION WITH A CHASE FEDERAL COMPLETE PACKAGE HOME LOAN 1. Quick service, free of red tape. 2. No loan fees. Actual cost only. 3. Construction loans, no additional cost. Interest charged only • money is paid out. 4. Lowest interest rates. 5. Low monthly payments. 6. No prepayment charge, if you wish to pay before maturity. 7. No appraisal fees. CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION IU1 U.el. te.tf...tat %  •" lit** *•• ,, ,# I --...— %  €. I. CLEMENTS. '>'""!.



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AWAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1947 ^JenistiftoridribHn PAGE FIVE Jewish Social The Jewish Social in the midst fi note. crrice Bureau is m me TOMMI K Membership ^ J" ? "J-MII members and is retmtre a brief history of E work and octttHty. Here is a brief report of what "is S. B. did last year for & people In trouble. Our X.\ld case workers interviewed: 1 "families, comprising 2,118 .dividual*, who asked for help. 589 families, totalling 1,521 individuals, were accepted for c c B service, 'oj families, consisting of 2,597 individuals were referred to other community resources for help. 10 refugee units were accepted for resettlement from the United Service Bureau Renders Report in Seeking New Members History i brineino im rhilHron hi behalf of our clients. OLD AGE ish Social Service Bureau was Morris Zion, now deceased. Other past president have been Leo Benjamin, Jacob Brown, Pincus Scheinberg. Day Apte, Norman J Mirsky, J. Gerald Lewis, Stanley C Myers, Rudy R. Adler, Women undertook the task of Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dr. Albert Rosenthal, Rabbi Max Shapiro, and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers.' The current president is Elry Stone. Throughout its history of almost 27 years, the Jewish Social Service Bureau has been concerned with the difficulties which families meet in their daily lives. During its early and formative years, the Bureau recognized as its sole function the giving of financial aid to dpendent or partially dependent families. In recent years there has been increasing awareness of the need to offer — on a professionally skilled level—services in addition to financial aid which would help families meet their difficulties in a manner designed to restore their capacity for happy and useful living. Personal Problems Common To AH Almost everyone has to deal with a personal or family problem at some time in his me. Growing up, choosing a career, making friends, getting married, a parent through death, long illness, or imprisonment; who need financial aid in getting back on their feet after being in economic difficulty or who are in need because existing public resources are inadequate to meet their total financial requirements Family Counselling: An Aid To the Troubled Trouble is a large word. When it comes, it leaves a path of confusion, worry and despair. It has a way of eating into the best laid plans; of spreading insidiously unless it is effectively met. Families and individuals who come to the J. S. S. B. are helped through the skill of the casework counselling staff. Family service counsellors are trained in understanding and helping with family worries through years of study in college, professional schools, and through experience. The family service counsellor knows how to help a person see his problem more clearly, so that he can solve his problem for himself and in the way that suits him best. Sometimes, after a person has decided on the solution to his problem, he needs further help in carrying through his plan. If the service necessary is not provided by the Bureau or exists elsewhere, t n e caseworker knows where to turn to find the particular help needed. Refugee Artist Opens Song Studio One of the things that has helped to broaden the cultural activities of Miami has been the insurge of noted Jewish refugee artists, attracted first by the freedom and promise of America, and then by Florida's warmth and color. Noteworthy among such arrivals is Dr. Paul Beck, cantor and doctor of law. Dr. and Mrs. Beck's story from the concentration camps of Yugoslavia is not an unusual one, but his background as a tenor in many of the opera houses of Italy. Yugoslavia and Switzerland bears more than brief mention. He is a graduate cantor of Zurich, SwitCouncil For Judaism Plans 1948 Conference NEW YORK —The American Council for Judaism will hold its fourth annual conference in St. Louis, January 17-19, to plan further aid to the solution of the displaced persons problem and extension of the Council's educatioal program of integration of their co-religionists as free and equal citizens of the many nations in which they live. In making the anouncement, Elmer Berger, executive director, said the 1948 conference would be the first national meeting of the Council in the Middle West, and being close to the center of population, would assure a larger representation of chapters than past conferences held in the East. The nationwide organization, headed by Lessing J. Rosenwald, embraces chapters from Massachusetts to California. Women's club of Workmen's Circle 692, Miami Beach, are having a card party at their Lyceum, 25 Washington ave., Monday, at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Leon Elkin. 5-1317. %  ^ii WD • %  IJ ROKEACH zerland, and widely known throughout Europe as a voice specialist. Besides singing in eight languages, the tenor is an accomplished pianist and experienced musical director. Since coming to the United States, Beck has sung in the cantorial role at Tefarish Israel congregation in the Bronx. In Miami he appeared for Hadassah at tho Fiesta in a group of Jewish, operatic and musical comedy duets with Ruth Brotman, and also for the Old Folks Home. The Yugoslavian tenor has opened a singing studio at the Applied Arts. 34 West Flagler st. and is open for engagements as Cantor or soloist. He resides at 1211 Pennsylvania ave. with his wife. gg5lfaJ BORSC r un SOUP DELICIOUS HOT or CHILLED ROKCACH fc SONS.". BOOM.YN H f. ("fcllMlWiD"" J B'nai B'rith Council plans to elect a secretary at their next meeting. Monday, in the Council office. 330 Seybold Bldg.. at 8 p.m. Also on the agenda for the -evening are discussion of a program for Jewish Book Month and the Council newspaper. Invite the General Public to Dine in their Strictly Kosher Dining Room Phone 5-3189 For Reservations RAPHAELS HOTEL 146 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Catering for Conventions, Parties, Social and Religious Functions I i



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LpAY, NQVEMBm7M947_ *Jmlsl)fhrMhg) PAGE FIFTEEN fenter Names ampaign Heads llh H M Cenu> H-.ilding Fund A Sean additional 1W, C f ih<. POI pletion of a new fcjSr bu.ld.ng unK&rtS at Washington r SnS %  Mi:,mi Beach Lid a. : Board Meeting IgeCenterlasi night L B uclFrir.i!..--.d. Miami Beach E, owner and immediate pastLent of -' Center, has acLted the Chairmanship of the liiHine Fun.! Division, anC5 Gear J. Talianoff, E? Chair" of the Drive. L.r commil ee appointments | re Abraham Goodman, initial I chairman; I Louis Mintzer, trial gifts; Ed. Singer, hotel difcon; May.. H Frankel, tour| s division and Mrs. Ira Cole Kjsey, women's division. Lack D Bun Miami Beach Lney, will head the general Icitalion dr. lion of the twoUdrive whii gets under way tembcr 1. sted by Alfred Lie and Leo Kisenstein, cobirmen. Eomplctini; I oster of comjttee head Isidore Goldlg, trades %  • sion; Bernard Iner, real estate division; Herfcn Berk, legal committee; Ar|e Brick, publicity committee; Irry Sirkir. I .ling committee Alfred Stone, construction mmittee. Jhe genera] membership of the fcgregation will meet in the Eal hall of the Center Monday lining at 8 00 o'clock to hear bimittee n in the progress at is being m ide in the conduction of the new edifice. Taiioif announi e d that campaign %  Mights between December 1 d the 15th will include the layJEWS IN SPORTS Body belting Harold Green, the Brownsville middleweight, is trying to fight his way back to the big top in NPW York's smaller fight clubs. The boys in the know maintain that Harold has a soft spot on the left side of his head which makes him a push over for good punchers. That is how Cerdan and Graziano set him up. He is still a tough boy. though, when it comes to dishing it out around the bread basket. • • • Frankie Scott, the only Jewish member of the large New York Yankee family, received a onequarter share of the Yankee World Scries loot. Scottie's cut amounted to close to SI,500. He is currently helping out with the football Yankees. Pittsburgh fans will remember him as a one time favorite of Dr. Jock Sutherland when, the Doctor handled the coaching reins at Pitt and was in Brooklyn with the pros. Donning hand me downs and discarded garments for a "Hard Times" party and dance tomorrow night in the Miami Y. M. & W. H. A., will be members of the BZB chapter of B'nai B'riih Girls. A program of entertainment, games, and dances presented by the members, is promised for 8 p.m. by Miss Naomie Spero, chairman of the affair. Haniel Fiedler heads the refreshments committee. ing of the cornerstone for the new building and this event will coincide with the return of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, from an extended tour of Europe and Palestine. Rabbi Lehrman left Monday morning together with two other representatives of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center for the European trip. ftmptdc am/ !bepindaHe 3tffe $e*w* M IAMI TITLt & Obstruct Co. U YIUJ Or TITLE SE1VICZ Bl MM COTOTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. Auets Nearly S2.000.000.00 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-66G1 '• — HE WAS OUR FRIENDHE MADE A GOOD CHIEF OF POLICE VOTE FOR H. LESLIE QUIGG FOR CITY COMMISSIONER Compl'.ments of the CHIEFS FRIENDS (PAID POLITICAL AD) Sol Strauss the 20th Century Spoiting Club boxing impresario, has announced that the forthcoming heavyweight championship bout between the two Joes, Louis and Walcott, will have a $30 top. Strauss said he preferred a S25 top, but was persuaded to go for $30 figure. It looks as though this shindig will attract a quarter of a million gate, a record take for Madison Square Garden. Strauss and Company have played Nat Rogers a dirty trick. When the New York Boxing is-ion suspended Rogers indefinitely, Strauss and Company took Rogers off the payroll. It seems that he rated better treatment inasmuch as he was black-balled by the commission for services rendered under the 20th-century Sporting Club aegis. Ferguson Asks Action On Pan American Center Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, candidate for the Miami city commission, this week revealed that the lack of a large municipal auditorium almost cost Miami the 1948 American Legion convention. The former city commissioner proposed that the city immediately select a committee to make a study of the construction of a large auditorium to be used as the nucleus of the proposed Pan An i ican Center. Dr. Firguson stated that the selection of the two hangars as the auditorium at Dinner Key was "a makeshift" arrangement and that Miami in the future should not be called on to "make more bricks without straw" Deborah Charter To Be Displayed at Meeting A special attraction of the Deborah group, Hadassah, meeting on Monday, November 10, at 2 p.m. at the Triton Hotel on Miami Beach will be the display of the new Deborah charter. Trie charter includes a scroll, recommended by Hadassah National Headquarters which bears the signatures of young women who were enrolled as members prior to and during the recent membership campaign. • New appointees and chairmen designated at an executive board meeting of the group are: Mrs. Georgie Yolman, Ways and Means; Mrs. Arthur Fishman, Commission representative; Mrs. Samuel Rubin, Jewish National Fund Chairman and representative to the J.N.F. Council in Miami; Mrs. Rhoda Mufson, Political Chairman. Special guest at the meeting was Mrs. Abraham A. Goodman, President of the Miami Beach Hadassah. Fired at the rate of l'£ shells per second, the fireworks display which will climax the three-day Rickenbacker Causeway Crandon Park dedication ceremonies here, Nov. 11, will prove the biggest aerial bombardment ever held in Dixie. Wright HoiH I <|uip<-m iiK-iii Co. INCORPORATED 132 N.E. ELEVENTH STREET PHONE 3-4741 We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock Ranges — Griddles — Fryers — Work Tables — Steam Tables Refrigerated Sandwich Units ( <>Ml'l,KTE PLANNING AND LAYOUT SERVICE SHARE NICE HOME in private family to accommodate 2 or 4 people 571 N. W. 28th Street Phone 3-4112 FLOORS Sanded and Finished 5c a square foot and up. Expert Workmanship Phones 3-9777—3-7966 VETS— TED and JESS Better Streets — Down Town Track Removal — Vote For — GEORGE W. Doc FADER CITY COMMISSIONER OIU. ;.l VIZ IT EON. 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^jDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1947 *Jewist> lit id/ton PAGE NINE B'nai B'rith to Select Miami's 1947 "Outstanding Man and Woman" With the help of 200 other prominent organizations, Sholem lodae of B'nai B'rith is planning to recognize the "outstanding n and woman" of Miami who have distinguished themselves l a 194 7 by some public act or service. "We believe that such a program will not only honor persons for outstanding civic accomplishment," explained William an of the OutstandPallot chairm L Citizens committee, "but will IfLd an opportunity for com„ itees -1 such social and civic croups to learn more of each other's aims and purposes, so that they may cooperate more closelv in accomplishing other •yen greater achievements for public good in the future." Basis selection of winners is to be broad and general in order to include all types of achievement or activities, according t" present plans of the committee Nominations may be made by newspapers, schools, organizations, or any individuals who are residents (if Miami, before January 31 Awards will be presented at a special city-wide meeting, open to the public in March. Choosing both a man and a woman "i f the year" from Miami is an endeavor to encourage participation of the widest number of groups of both sexes, Pallot added. Submission of all suggestions and ideas on this project is urged by the committee. Men's Congress Division Seeks Original Members Greatei Miami chaper of Amer. ican Jewish Congress which has recently boon granted a charter by the national office, is urging original members who initiated the movement several years ago to contact the group. "These men paid dues which wen credited to a Miami group as a whole," membership chairman Mi rk ('.. Kaplan explained, "but the list of individual names has beei lost. Each of the 75 is entitled to a paid-up card for the coming yeai and credit as a charter member. Anyone unable to attend the meeting Monday at the Miami Y at 8 p.m., are advised to call Kaplar at 3-4675. Symposium At Hadassah Meeting Miami Beach group of Hadassah will hold its regular monthlymeeting on November 10 at 1:30 p.m. in the patio of Temple Beth Sholem. Highlighting the afternoon's program will be the symposium led by Mrs. Max Dobrin, president of Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, as a means of reporting on the National Convention of Hadassah, recently held in Atlantic City. Participating will be Mrs. Benj. B. Goldstein, president of the Beach group, Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Irving Rothman, Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, Mis. Harry Rubin and Mrs. Abe Goodman. One of Hadassah's projects. Youth Aliyah (immigration), is the effort to effect the rescue, into Palestine, of some 54,000 Jewish children, who are still trapped in Europe. Hadassah compress a membership of 2,000 in Greater Miami. Cemetery Group Elects Officers Martin Genet. Miami Beach attorney, was elected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association at the annual meeting of the organization held Monday. Other officers chosen to serve were Harry Simons, first vice president; David Whitman, financial secretary; Sidney H. Palmer, recording secretary; A. Pepper, treasurer, and Max Mintzer, assistant treasurer. The Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association is a non. profit community organization, operated by representatives of Beth Jacob, Beth David, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes, burial society. The organization maintains two cemeteries, the Jewish section of Woodlawn, and Mt. Sinai, located at 137th st. and N.W. 7th Ave. Mr. Palmer has been named director in charge of these cemeteries. Organization representatives to guide the prouam for the coming year are Beth Jacob: Martin Genet, David Whitman and Jack Satin; Miami Jewish Orthdox Congregation: Sidney H. Palmer. Abe Pepper and Max Mintzer; Beth David: Harry Simons, Jack August and Nat Zalka; Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes: Mrs. Morris Kotkin and Mrs. S. Stone. 170 NiUI. 5-ST. ? KV£SX j%2 9814 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. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hv your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. 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PAGE FOUR *JmM> nurkWaii [ FRIDAY, NOVEM BER 7 Editorial THE OVERSEAS DELEGATION Greater Miami Jewish Federation through the action of its executive committee, has sent a delegation to Europe and Palestine to make a personal inspection tour. Differences of opinion have greeted the decision and the interest evoked has been considerably greater than that of any of the major steps the community organization has recently taken. While the pros and cons as to the advisability of investing the expenses of the mission are being strenuously discussed, we find the makeup of the trio a good one. Federation revealed good judgment in their selection. It must be remembered that while it is an honor to have been chosen to represent this community, it is likewise a great personal sacrifice that is being made by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Monte Selig and Max Orovitz. All three have earned the respect, commendation and gratitude of the community. They have given nobly of their time and effort to ad their fellowman the world over. Careful and considerable reasoning on the part of the Federation executive was given to the decision to sponsor this overseas inspection trip. It was felt necessary at this time for the local community to have a look-see as to where the hundreds of thousands of dollars of our money are going and how they are being spent; what progress is being made in aiding the rehabilitation of our fellow Jews and a true picture of the situation of the D.splaced Persons Camps. Contributors locally are getting callous and indifferent to the professional speechmakers sent here to arouse emotional responses that will translate themselves into giving more money. Federation is confident that upon the return of its delegation and its eyewitness report, the community, will renew its confidence in the humanitarian causes it endeavors to serve. The members of the trip will have first-hand information which will be respected by local givers and who will respond in a measure equal to the true needs. A weak spot in the Federation program has always been the lack of emphasis upon the public relations angle. It has not kept good liason with its contributors and community. Federation activity and action unintentionally create the impression of the closed corporation way of doing business. Had the question of sending the delegation abroad (as an illustration of our complaint) been discussed with Federation's 6,500 contributors by correspondence or otherwise—or even with its board of 125 directors—rather than the small group on the executive, the present feeling would not exist. We are sure that the great part of the present resentment is due to lack of knowledge as to the reasoning in approving the overseas mission. The campaign is not far in the offing. The results will be available to serve precedence for future similar Federation action. as Civil Rights Body Submits Report (Continued from Page 1) statement to the press after he received the report this morning from committee members, said he waa going to read and study the report "with great care" and recommended that "all my countrymen do the same thing." "I created this committee with a feeling of urgency." the President said. "No sooner were we finished with the war than racial and religious intolerance began to appear and threaten the verv things we had just fought for." He expressed the hope that the committee report would become "an American charter of human freedom in our time." Beth David PTA Breakfast on Sunday First Bar Mitzvah breakfast given by the Beth David PTA will be sponsored this Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman of 100 N.W. 9th ct. All boys who have been or will be Bar Mitzvah this year, and girls confirmed or to be this year, are invited to attend at 8:30 a.m. in the auditorium of the synagogue. Each week a different member of PTA will sponsor the breakfast. Mrs. Feldman is president of the organization. Miami WC Women Celebrate Anniversary First anniversary celebration of Miami Workmen's Circle Women's club, Vladeck branch 699. will be held Sunday, November 9 at 6 p.m. Supper and a musical program are planned in their Lyceum, 1543 S.W. 3rd st. Those planning to attend are asked to call the committee for arrangements at 3-2657, 2-3474 or 58-3769 to make reservations. Charge w %  '" plate. Sholem Lodge Women Hold Membership Tea B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge will gather with their guests at the Fiesta Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. for their annual membership tea. Mrs. Milton Sachs, publicity chairman, announced that Judge Wayne Allen is to headline the program, speaking on "Armistic Day." Miss Irene Patti, soprano from the University of Miami Opera Guild, is also scheduled to ap. pear, according to Mrs. Milton Friedman and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz. in charge of the program. President Mrs. Tena Katz will introduce the speaker and make awards for outstanding membership activities. The drive is under the leadership of Mrs. Dave Silverman, membership chairman. Jeanette Tupler Will Broadcast Jewish Events Miss Jeanette Tupler will announce local events of Jewish interest over WMBM Mondays through Saturdays at 4 p.m. Included on the program are local projects, information about meetings, social events and cultural activities. Jewish melodies, Palestinian songs and Hebrew thought gems will be featured between announcements. "Resident* of Miami or Miami Beach are invited to send in all data or information concerning their activities, or any other interesting items or suggestions." Miss Tupler declared. Young Workmen'* Circle* branch of Miami Beach, 692-Y, will have a special membership meeting Sunday, 8 pjn., at the Lyceum, 25 Washington are. Refreshments end entertainment follow. Miami Trio Given Huge Sendofi (Continued from Page 1) ray of hope in the overhanging clouds—the fact that Russia and the United States have jointly agreed to support the UNSCOP majority report recommending partition for Palestine and early creation of a Jewish State. If the report is finally approved by the United Nations, American Jewry will be called upon to answer the cry of the DP's for mass migration to Palestine. Our job will be to move these people to a final place of safety—to help them rebuild their lives— to give them back their selfrespect." The delegates will bring to the DP's and to Jews in other communities in Europe and Palestine the warm brotherly feeling of the Jews of Greater Miami, Jacob Sher, president of Federation, said in his send-off talk. "The departure of the mission will serve to dramatize and supplement the reports submitted by the Chicago UJA delegation and will thus help make a success of our 1948 campaign," he explained. "This represents the first time in the ten-year history of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation that our community has undertaken so solemn an undertaking—one that carries with it great significance for the future success of our fund-raising efforts in behalf of our unfortunate brethren overseas," said Herbert E. Scher, president of the Kcymen's Club, who presided at the meeting. Brief yet touching tributes were paid to the members of the delegation by Joseph Rose and Harry Sirkin, president and vice president, respectively, of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center; Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of Mt. Sinai Hospital and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, president of Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women. Each of the trio was presented with gift luggage. Wm. D. Singer added to his bon voyage remarks a special tribute to the members of Federation's Keymen's Club, to which 250 new members were enrolled, making a present total membership of over 600. Certificates and keys were given to the new members. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan delivered the invocation and benediction. Community singing was led by Dan Rosenthal, whose accompanist was Mrs. Ann Pastroff. A surprise appearance was made by Jan Bart who entertained the audience with anecdotes and songs. On Monday morning a group of Federation officers headed by President Jacob Sher and including Stanley C. Myers, Wm. D. Singer, Monte Selig, Herbert Scher, Harry Sirkin. Joseph Rose. Stuart Gordon and Morris Klass; and friends and relatives of the trio saw the delegation off at Miami's Eastern Airline Airport. They arrived in New York at noon Monday and until Wednesday they briefed for the trip by officials of the United Jewish Appeal, the United Palestine Appeal and the Joint Distribution Committee. The delegation will visit Displaced Persons Camps in Italy and Germany and Jewish communities in France. Poland, Czeckoslovakia, Austria and Palestine. "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, I nc i* *Jewisti florid fogy Published every Friday since 1927 oy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N E Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. En. W-Z" secondclass matter July 4, 1930, at thei Post Office of Miimi. Fla.. under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed •he Jewish Un ty and the Jewish Weekly. Member of thi Jewish r.l, graphic Ap,eney, Seven Arts Feature &2r"*r*fc Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assoclat on. Amerl. can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yeer K m Two Year. \ ] ] • ;; gJJ FRED K. SHOCHET editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 20 Number 45 CHESHVAN 24, 5708 %  "•Mey, November 7, 1947 U. N. Moods: The "sixty-four dollar question" at at the United Nations is still: "Will the Palestine partition plan receive the necessary two-thirds vote at the General Assembly? The Assembly will not ballot before the middle of November ... The partition adherents do not have the necessary 38 votes lined up as yet Lining up these votes will depend upon the effort made by the U. S. delegation ... A leading member of the American delegation is convinced that the two-thirds vote will be secured without difficulty when the time for voting arrives Meanwhile, considerable bargaining will go on behind the scenes between the United States and Britain, with the U. S. attempting to convince Britain to keep its troops in Palestine during the transition period Australian Foreign Minister Evatt, who is the chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee on Palestine, is determined that the partition plan be voted on by the Ad Hoc Committee no later than Nov. 10 ... He wants the committee to complete its work and forward its report to the Assembly by Nov. 13, when he intends to leave for London .. He has been invited to the wedding of Princess Elizabeth, and would not forego attendance. United Nations or not. • • The American Front: The House Committee on Un-American Activities, which has harassed the producers of "Crossfire," the first American film combatting anti-Semitism, would do a real service to the country by looking into the un-American activities of various anti-Semitic groups Why doesn't the Committee investigate the more than 30 anti-Semitic" publications which appear in 19 states? Six of them are published in Illinois, and a close inspection by the House Committee would easily reveal who is financing them Colorado, California and Minnesota have three each The District of Columbia—seat of the House Committee—has two antiSemitic sheets, and so do the states of Nebraska, New York and Washington One antiSemitic publication appears in | each of the following statesCon nect.cut Florida. lnd,ana,' K .' sas, Michigan, New Mexico, Ohm Oregon and Pennsylvania Here is job of probing f 0r he legislators in Washington who are sincerely interested in fj gnl ing un-Americanism in this country ... The Department of Interior has been taken to task by Congressman Sabath of Chicago for" permitting Gerald L. K Smith to hold a meeting a t the Sylvania Theater on the Washington Monument grounds Sabath requested that, i n the future, means be found to deny the use of facilities in the National Capital Park system to such exhortations of hatred by in. dividuals or organizations ] n his complaint to the Department of Interior, Rep. Sabath described Smith as a professed anti-Semite and pro-Fascist Secretary of Interior Julius A. Krug, i n acknowledging Sabath's letter, emphasized that he shares "completely" the Congressman's views "as to the character and purpose of Mr. Smith" • • • Labor of Love: Two books on Jewish labor have just made their appearance One is "The Origins of the RussianJewish Labor Movement" by A. L. Patkin The other is "Laor Enterprise in Palestine" by Gerhard Muenzner The volume by Patkin traces the history of the various Jewish labor gorups which existed in Czarist Russia and their role in the revolutiontary activities of that period • The author shows how these groups infused a sense of human dignity into the average Jew in Russia who lived in constant fear of the Czarist police Also, how through the activities of these Jewish groups new sources of creative energy were released which paved the way for a new Hebrew and Yiddish literature ... The book of Muenzner gives an insight into the complicated network of the economic institutions maintained by the Histadruth in Palestine It presents the problems of these institutions which form a major part of Palestine's economy and answers the questions of whether it was necessary for the Histadruth to develop its own activities in the economic field The author shows that the dual function of the Histadruth as trade union and entrepreneur does not create inconsistencies.* %  BOCK Jpov. ~}th to P^ c STILL WORTH LOOKING INTOw-~



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' 1, %  t 1 %  % %  *I.. %  I I 4. > r • 1 PAGE EIGHT +Jewlslifk>rkfiaifi FRIDAY, NO VEMBER 7 CARE Applications Available at T Application blanks for CARE packages to be Sent overseas may now be obtained at the Miami YM & WHA, 450 S.W. 16th ave. A non-profit service, the Cooperative for American Remittance to Europe, Inc., is the only service by which personal help may be sent to any designated individual in Europe with delivery guaranteed. It is government-approved and composed of 27 major accredited American overseas relief agencies, including the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Food, woolen, blanket, cottons, knitting, linen, infant layette may all be sent in prepared packages. Payment of $10 to the CARE organization in New York accompanied by an application blank will insure the delivery of any packages to Austria, Czechoslavakis, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Poland or Roumania. If not delivered within 120 days after receipt of remittance ordered by CARE representative overseas, payment will be refunded to the donor. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Installation luncheon for Club No. 1 of the Pioneer Women for Palestine is taking place November 18 at 12:30 p.m. in the Beth David auditorium. At this time, reports will be given by their delegates to the national convention in St. Louis, October 23 to 27. DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 800 N.E. 1t Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St. PH. 3-5308 PH. 48-3442 ELECT Ralph B.(Doc) FERGUSON To the Miami CITY COMMISSION Nov. 18 (PAID POLITICAL AD) ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff: Cantor Louis J. Feder. Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Early Sabbath service at 6:30. Main morning service at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff's sermon topic Will be "Sarah and Rebecca" in tribute to the Jewish Woman through the centuries. Intermediate service for teen age youth at 9 a.m. under the supervision of the Board of Education. Junior Congregation for children of elementary school age at 10 o'clock, under the supervision of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush donated by Mrs. Mary Alpern served to both groups by a Sisterhood committee. Mincha at 5:15 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school from 10 a.m. to noon. Registration continues. Daily school 3:30 to 6:30 pm. Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Robbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning service 8:30. Rabbi Rackovsky's topic will be "The Good Influence of the Righteous Woman," Mincha Saturday afternoon at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos and a program of Zmiros. Remarks by Rabbi on the Portion of the Week. Maariv services follow. Daily morning services 7:30 a.m. followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha services daily at 5:30 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish laws and custom. Maariv services at 6 o'clock. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S. W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening service at 5:15. Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi April will speak on "Power ot Example." Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school daily from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer; Cantor Abraham Behrman. Friday evening service at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Junior service 10 o clock. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the topic "Days That Are Years. Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday scnoo at 10 a.m. Daily Hebrew school from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N. W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "Crossfire," title of a recent book, discussing "Damaged Souls in Civilization." Representatives of the Sisterhood will conduct response to the service. Floral offering is being made by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson in honor of their son Bernard's entry into Emory college. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kandel will be hosts at the reception in the auditorium that follows, in honor of their wedding anniversary, Saturday morning service at 8'30 a.m. Student service will be conducted by Stanley Saan and Edgar Lewis at 10:30. Kiddush fol; lows under the chairmanship of Mrs. Louis H. Hartz. First of a series of Sunday morning breaki fasts at 8:30 a.m. for all boys and girls of 13 Miami Beach Jewish Commu, nity Center, 1415 Euclid ave.. Mij ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring., Friday evening service at 6:00 p.m. Late Friday evening at j 8:15. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi i emeritus of Temple Israel, will speak on "Ancient and Modern Business Etiquette" in the ab-1 sence of Rabbi Lehrman. Saturday morning service at 9 a.m. Rabbi David R a a b of Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale will preach on "The Meaning of Armistice." AZA-BBG Youth breakfast Sunday morning at 9 o'clock for boys and girls over 13. Guest speaker is Milton Friedman, state chairman of B'nai B'rith Youth Organizations. Sunday religious school from 10 a.m. till 12 noon. Hebrew religious school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Pre-kindergarten school Monday througti Friday mornings from 9 to 12 noon. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The American Jew in War." Oneg Shabbat follows the service. Sabbath service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. for children ages 4^ to 14 Vz. High school of Jewish Studies, Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. for young people 15 years and over. Hebrew classes, alternate weekday afternoons, boys and girls ages IVz to 13. Nursey school, daily Monday through Friday, morning session from 8:45 to 11:45; afternoon session, 1:00 to 4 p.m., for children ages 2V4 to 5. REFORM Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman; High Grade TAILORED VEXETIAX HI I MIS 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 for Estimates 9-7555 WILLIAM W. (BILL) CHARLES For CITY COMMISSIONER S. |. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also fo r Hebrew Schools. cnsD nrin Telephone 5-1017 Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. r ^ b rilus. "•• Friday evening serving p.m Rabbi Zwitm an V 3 18 '15 on "An Old-New AI" 1 ^ the Problem of War'• ach to Temple Emanu-El, 1801 %Sffi& Lauderd & P^tabbTS^-J. the subject "IsaPerma':?.: 1 m,sticePoss,b,e-," S unday ^ ..^Woto h ik Co s ra TCtB i Rabbi Max Kaufman. HOUr 04 Friday evening service at I-K Pm ; R^bi Kaufman w 11 ^ on "W.ll Armistice Settle £ to Peace?" Saturday moVS I service at 10 o'clock. HadaS meeting Tuesday a. 8 p. m RJ dent Mrs. Louis j. Golden J report on the national eonven Esson Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given L BO EISENSTEIX %  faatfa Phua 5 7668 W '" Q V Prompt P""onal Attention to All Your '^t.rREAL ESTATE PROBLEMS 12 Yeara of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Beach the orlqinal JQ/EN) J.RAWL/On $OmM*m UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Complete Interior Decorator Service At No Extra Coetl War Veteran Native Miamian Former Aaaiatant City Attorney Vote For CHARLES AND 2 OTHER GOOD MEN (PAID POLITICAL ADl tye+ttU*4HZti ft. ALL ALUMINUM OUTSIDE BLINDS Inside Control A QUALITY PRODUCT MADE IN MIAMI 18 DAY DELIVERY '•em O u Miom, fa