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The Jewish Floridian ( November 14, 1947 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Eiidliiaun NUMBER 46 Beach "Y" Opens Drive For Building Funds Louis Heiman, general chairman of the Miami Beach "Y" campaign announced this week that "everything is in readiness" Federations and Welfare Funds Council Adopt 5 Point Program PITTSBURGH, (JTA>—A five-point program was adopted here at the conclusion of a two-day session of the representatives j |he 30 largest Jewish communities in the United States called hy the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to plan way s and means of meeting the 1948 obligations of American Jewry to the Jews of Europe and Palestine. The program provides that: 1 The campaign executive committee of the United Jewish Appeal on which there is community representation should counsel the UJA on the 1948 national goal-setting process in advance of the Atlantic City conference and, subsequently, on the procedure for establishing local quotas. 2. For this purpose representatives of the 30 large communities not already directly represented on the executive committee should be invited to serve in an advisory capacity. 3. In order tu achieve the common purpose >if the UJA and the communities there should be a closer working partnership between them through more frequent meetings and greater use of the executive committee by the UJA for all policy decisions by which the communities are directly or indirectly affected. 4. For the same ends there should be greater use by the communities of their representatives on that committee in funneling through them their suggestions lor improved cooperative relationships for more effective campaigns. 5. Ana for the same purpose the community representatives should report regularly to their communities and to the Council regions which selected them. Speakers at the parley, who included economists and social welfare experts, outlined the magnitude of the task at home and abroad. Isador Lubin, chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee of the Council's Institute on Overseas Studies, declared that much will depend on other sources in addition to American Jewish voluntary agencies—the IRO, reparations and the restituMIAMI, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 14, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS Continued on Page 12) LOUIS HEIMAN tor the opening of the capital funds campaign, November 15 to November 25. The goal of $150,000, added to the same amount pledged last year, will enable the new building now under construction at 1536 Bay rd., Miami Beach, to be completed and fully furnished and equipped, he explained. "Campaign kickoff" will be held tomorrow night, 8:00 p.m., at Heiman's home, 423 E. Rivo Alto (Continued on Page 4) PROPERTY STOLEN BY NAZIS TO BE RETURNED IN GERMANY WASHINGTON. OTA)—A restitution law providing for the return of property taken by the Nazis between January 30. 1933 mid May 8, 1945 through "transactions under duress arising from discrimination because of race, religion, nationality, ideojgy and political opposition to National Socialism" became effective in the American zone of Germany this week. A join; release by the Depart-*^ mei of state and of the Army ""d 'he Office of Military Government announces the establuhment of a Central Filing Wncy (Zentralanmeldeamt) at ... Nauheim, Germany, through n 'ch claims to real estate, busiEM p r u opert y. securities, personal Co! cT l ypes of propert y mfl y Und t'on up to December 31, 1948. er terms of the law restitumay be made in kind or in eol. n J Tlarks which will not be J^tible into dollars or other eh exchan e """til foreign nange ls generally available doll rs i'r P0SeS M1 BVailable being German y ar e currently and ^j Sed for necessary imports J^whtional millions of dollars are being paid into the country burden must be eased before any dollars will become available for restitution purposes, it is explained. No provision is made in (Continued on Page 4) the Lisl On File Lists of displaced persons, known to be in DP camps throughout Germany, Poland and Italy will remain on file at the office of the Jewish Floridian, 120 N.E. 6th st. Those seeking to locate relatives may consult the lists from 1 to 4 p.m. daily, Monday through Thursday when volunteer workers from local American Jewish Congress groups will be on hand to assist. "S.O.S. Day" Set For November 30 "S.O.S Day," was set for November 30, by the executive committee of the Supplies for Overseas Survivors campaign in Miami at a meeting in the Robert Richter hotel Sunday morning. Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, chairman of the campaign, announced that committees had been chosen und plans formulated for the all day collection. Central depot will be announced following Sunday's meeting of organization heads to complete arrangements. Canned foodstuffs, (excluding soups), cocoa, baby foods, and clothing in wearable condition may be included in the bundles. These will be picked up by volunteer drivers during the appointed day. Messages for pick-up service will be listed at telephone calling 5-7461 at any time. Writing to P. O. Box 1740, Miami Beach, will achieve the same results. Supplies will be sent to the remaining Jews in Europe as part of the six million pounds aimed at by the national S.O.S. campaign. U. $., Soviet Agree on Plan; Ask Mandate End by May 1st Independence by July 1st LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)—A ten-point plan which bridqes the gap between the American and Soviet proposals for implementation of Palestine partition was agreed on this afternoon in the four-nation working group. The plan, which was based chiefly on Russian modifications of the Canadian compromise proposal, was hailed by other delegations and by leaders of the Jewish


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JWWMJHBO-'PSst ^H %  PAGE TWO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER u Rare Religious Ceremonial Objects To Be Displayed Here Dec. 1 To 7 Highlighting the observance of Jewish Book Month on the locaUcene is ^collection of rare 16 to 13 century rehg^usere, momal objects recently retrieved from the Nau. to bo d s P^ ed m the Miami Beach public library. Dec. 1 to 7.Under£• & ausp^ce. of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the two YM. WJJA groups which sponsor the local Jewish Book Council, the exhibit is designed to climax the many^ tributes which will be paid to Jewish books this month by participating cultral and civic organizations. B'nai B'rith Council recently appointed Montague Rosenberg. Miami Beach lodge, chairman of the Council's Committee tor the Observance of Book Month. Plans of the committee include a reception tor authors tenatively set for NovembeV 29. which will be devoted to a book review, exhibition of the treasure collection rescued from the Nazis, and sale of autographed copies of current best sellers. More than 2500 niemWanted Information is being sought of Albert Chcrassy, on behalf of his wife Rebecca, toward whose support'he has failed to contribute since October, 1944, as a result of which she finds herself in great need. She is dependent upon her married daughter for aid. Albert Chcrassy, a native of Turkey, was born on July 2, 1886, is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, has brown hair, grey eyes, is a counterman by occupation and is alleged to be residing in Florida at the current time. Anyone aware of his location is requested to commu>cst sellers. More iiuiii w"u i..*-... .~_...... — --->—-;-— oBVilh arP oxoectcd nicate with ttlC Natlonal DeSer bers ol Bna, Buth are expected ^ Bmcau m Nassau s New to lake part in these activities. | Yo rk, 7, N. Y. Jews in Sports lake Pitler, Brooklyn coach, np nf the few coaches at r h e recent sides who was not accu^d of pulling any rock. Third base mentors on both clubs reallv fell asleep at the switch s "verVt.mes putting then-teams in bad holes. But good old Jak.e was in there P*f** "$: Irv Mondschein. N. Y. U. an around athlete, has been shifted from end position to the bacK Held to give the club more speed. The VioteU won the,, first game EM?* the B TDobe n iste"n SSI to bulwark the New York Giant line despite the pressure from several promising rookies Lou Gordon, former Cardinal 'football luminary is now officiating on the rival AilAmerican Conference League Sid Luckman scored his teamis sole touchdown against the cm Cards recently on a long run his first in many seasons' Two t. d. passes were dropped by his ends. Miss Bertha Aldrich, librarian at the Miami Beach public library has consented to cooperate with the Bureau of Jewish Education's display at the close ol the month's observance bj arranging a book exhibit there at the same time Radio programs, lectures, plays and r< v ii • are also scheduled to mark the celebration. Max Meisel is chairman of the local Book Council; Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, secretary; and Mrs. Laura Sachs, in charge of publicity Dan Rosenthal of the Y and A p, Ganni 5, Director of the Bureau, are also represented. The literary celebration was organized by the Nati mal Jewish Welfan B >ard and is being enjoyi d by citizens of Great Britain. South and Central America and S nith Al Two-thirds of the total Jewish population of 180.000 in Hungary depend on assistance from the Joint Distribution Committee. Loral Delegation Prepares For Hadatisah Meet Five young women from the Greater Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will join delegates from the entire country when the National Convention gathers in Chicago, November 26 to 29. Miss Doris Albin, president; Miss Toby Cooper, vice-president Miss Lucille Yagoda, treasurer; Miss Naomi Segal, correspondence chairman, wiU represent the local group. Special alternate is Miss Elaine Klein. Miss Yagoda is also the secretary to the Southeastern Region of Junior Hadassah. Significance of the conference is indicated in the program of workshops, including psycho-dramatics and dynamics of Zionist action, panel discussions and political reports, and religious cultural and musical aspects of Judaism. ... Local participants will also visit and report on the Palestinian exhibit in Radio City Music Hall, New York. Rabbinical Group Create Domestic Relations Council Rabbinical Association of Gtca i er Miami has established a TV mestic Relations Council to m !" every week for the p urpo !" rendering advice on domesj problems. ,t was announcedI h Rabbi Moses Moscheloff m [ tary of the association. "The Council will slrive bring the increasing number of cases of family relations Z marital problems, which come be fore the rabbis of this area Z guidance, the united thinking and experience of the entire Rabbini cal Association," Rabbi Mescheloff explained. First two meetings of the council will be held from 10 a.m. till noon December 1 at Beth David and December 15 at Beth Jacob Requests for appearance before the group may be made to Rabbi Mescheloff at 711 Lenox ave. One out of every two of the 430,000 Jews in Rumania depends on the Joint Distribution Committee for assis'.ance. ne Taste Will Convince You. Too! 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r ^aV _NOVEMBE" 14. 1947 -JmlstiFlcrMtot? PAGE THREE Pioneer Women Executive Visits Miami Chapters Mrs Clara Leff, national ex" 0 { the Pioneer Women s f' nLtion. will be speaker at OT .?nc Sl.bbat" presented by a Si M'^mi Pioneer Wom„ at the home of Mrs. S'B odv. 1621 S.W. 11th Ter J,v at 2 pm. Kadimah STanJ CM.' 1 and 2 will %  f llfXU coordinating body sno local members, also honor2 Mrs. LcH at the home of Mrs. Wbert HB son Wednesday eveJJfand al a luncheon in the Land rest, urant last Saturday In tourinfi the country and visiting chapters in many cit.es Mrs Leff aiding in unifying some 320 chapters of the American Pioneer Women. She has also served as chairman of the New tions. Postwar rlans to make room tor thousands of new women and children in its institutions are now a major concern of the Working Women's Council: and a project is ..lready well under way for completing the 25 new children's ho ncs for young refugees to be reared as productive citizens of their adopted homeland. Fourteen of these homes have been completed in the past two year<. The three local chapters, Club I, Club II and the Kadimah Chapter, are doing their share for this special $250,000 Building and Expansion Fund in addition to their regular fund raising obligations k> the Palestinians to whom over $1,000,000 has been sent in the past year. York Council as well as on numerous committees within the Labor Zionist movement. In the years of the way the Palestinian Working Women's Council played a major role in rallying the women of Palestine to the war effort, its influence enabling the enrollment of 20,000 women in the PATS (Women's Corps ol the British Army in Palestine Its training course increased women's participation in war industries and home defense, and lb ten agricultural training farms were an important asset in the agricultural production of the country Rescue units were organized and trained for liberated Pioneer Club No. 2 Installs Officers Monday Installation of officers is the main activity scheduled by the Pioneer Women for Palestine, Club No. 2, Miami Beach at the regular meeting Monday evening. It will take place at 8 o'clock at the Beth Jacob Congregation, Washington Ave. and 3rd St., Mrs. Mania Shubov presiding. Report from the delegates, Mrs. Zelda Liebman and Mrs. Lena Mintzes, to their national convention in St. Louis will be made. MRS. CLARA LEFF areas in Europe, and today members of the Council are in Europe to help to ameliorate the plight of the Jewish refugees. Rehabilitation of large numbers of refugee women and children has been attained through the facilities of the Council's network instituPioneer Women Plan Installation Installation luncheon of the Pioneer Women for Palestine i6 scheduled for Tuesday, November 18, at 12:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Beth David, according to Mrs. Claire Herzog, in charge of publicity. Jointly sponsoring the luncheon ar e Mrs. Anna Block, in honor of her newborn grandson, and Mrs. Pearl Raidman Krieger, honoring her recent marriage. Mrs. Clare Leff. visiting in Mi. ami as a representative from the New York office, who is well versed in Pioneer Women work. will be guest speaker. Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs is to be mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Henry Sutlin. Mrs. Anna Bild and Mrs. Sylvia Lerein will report on their tenth annual national convention. New Officers of Hebrew School Assume Duties Recently elected officers and board of directors of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation took over their first meeting Tuesday evening at the building. H. M. Drevich presiding for the second year. M. M. Apfelbaum is first vicepresident; Mrs. Louis August, second vice-president; Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz, third vice-president; Jack Stone, treasurer; Mrs. Max Jacobskind, recording secretary; Mrs. Nat Coulton, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, financial secretary. Members elected to the board are: Gershon August. Sam Blank, Mrs. Nat Braunstein, Wm. Clein. Herbert Feldan, Mrs. Herbert Feldan, Hershey Glanz, Morris Kotkin, Sam Kostoff, Mrs. Sam Kostoff, Dr. E. Lindenbaum. Mrs. E. A. Moss, Mrs. Sarah Stone, George Stone, Harry Shear. Ben Sokoloff. Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, E. L. Becker, Mrs. Mary Wengrow. Ben Nager, Ralph Bargteil, Ben Weiner, Dave Kleber. Mrs. E. L. Becker, Max Jacobskind. Louis August, Mrs. M. M. Apfelbaum, Mrs. Harry Minkoff, Ben Effronson. Mrs. Ben Effronson. Next regular meeting of the congregation is to be Wednesday. November 19 at 8:30 p.m. A game party followed by refreshments is held there every Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Children's Home Appoints Aid Children's Home Society of Florida announced the appointment last week of George T. Swartzott of Cleveland and Boston, as Associate Superintendent to assist Marcus C. Fagg. The announcement marks both the beginning of the Society's forty-sixth year of service to Florida's homeless, orphan and destitute children, and the completion of thirty-seven years that "Daddy" Fagg has been State j Superintendent. Over 53,000 children, infants to sixteen years of age, have been referred to the Home Society for aid and care from every city, town and village in Florida, since his arrival. % "We are exceedingly fortunate," Fagg remarked, "in securing the expert services of one of the best trained, educated and experienced child welfare workers in America to help our Society render a greater and more efficient service to the needy children of Florida. I predict a great career for Mr. Swartzott, who comes from a fine Kentucky and Virginia background, familiar with Southern traditions and principles. We know our thousand of friends and contributors will give him a real welcome." GEORGE T. SWARTZOTT Two Young J u d e a groups have been organized at the Beih Jacob Synagogue under the leadership of Miss Selma Lewis. They will meet Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. and are open lo children between the ages of 9 and 15. Game Party for DEBBS DEBBS chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold the second in a series of game parties at the home of Miss Hinda Cordish, 2131 S.W. 21st st., Saturday, at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds of the parties are to be used for the annual DEBBS Birthday Ball in the Robert Richter hotel, December 20. Admission tomorrow is open to young men and members of the chapter only. Beach Schools Hold Mother-Daughter Tea Mother-daughter tea sponsored by the Miami Beach Junior-Senion High School Sunday in the school patio, was highlighted by the appearance of Miss Florence Lenore, teacher of speech and drama. Miss Lenore, who has done extensive research on "Parent-teenage" relationship, reviewed excerpts of the book she is writing on "How to Live Together and Like It." Several of her drama students entertained with short skits and monologues of the program's theme of "adopting daughters." Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president of PTA and Mrs Clarence Cohn were chairman of the program for which visiting principles were invited to attend with their daughters and address the grouD. $rjc Exotic tifttirbnis, Jttc. Cut Flowers, Shrubbery, Corsages. Potted Plants FUNERAL DESIGNS FLOWERS BY WIRE Miami Flagler at Bridge 2790 N. W. 17th Ave. 2-0519 2-6782 Miami Beach 607 Lincoln Road Phone_5-2961_ We have not forgotten Nor shall we forget the beloved families ol those who made the supreme sacrifice The sons, the fathers, the husbands wno shall never know the peace on earth tnej 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 PD. MIAMI BEACH, Fl^. AMBULANCE SERVICE 5-5844 Irving Bloiberg, Treasurer RUSSELL A. NICELEY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. 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'.A I i ,I • i PAGE FOUR +Jewish fhrtdliai ^tt>AY^JOy E M BEB u EDITORIAL POPfJLATtON SMRYEY Ranking high among the major undertakings in the community is the census of the Jewish people in the Greater Miami area to take place this Sunday. One thousand volunteer enumerators are expected to take part. The population survey presents a gigantic project and residents are urged to stay home Sunday to assist these volunteers in doing the best job possible. Jacob Sher. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, under whose auspices and direction the survey will be launched, summed up the importance of the effort when he said, "The census grows out of our realization that only by knowing the community can Federation serve it best. The census will represent the best analysis of the community. ... It will supply Federation and the community with up-to-theminute information about our rapidly growing Jewish population.... It will make clear the fertile field in this community for future work." JEWISH HOOK MONTH In the storm and stress period through which the world is passing, this year's observance of the annual Jewish Book Month, serves as a vivid reminder of the kind of world wei would like to perpetuate. In a world at war books have little meaning or value. Only in an era of peace and unity has a celebration such as Jewish Book Month any significance. Jewish Book Month is being observed by hundreds of Jewish Community Centers and cultural organizations in hundreds of cities. It is marked by lectures, radio programs, discussions, sermons, reviews, plays, articles, book fairs and by numberless other programs. Those who participate represent all strata and all shades of Jewish opinion. When momentous events in the life of Jewry are occurring on the world stage, the publication at this time by the Jewish Book Council of the 1947-48 Jewish Book Annual is important. This valuable survey of literary contributions of American and European Jews sharply underlines, among other things, the fact that despite humihtation and suffering the DP's are culturally alive and ready to make a significant cultural contribution to ihe world, if given the chance. Jewish Book Month, by calling attention with sharp clarity to important Jewish literary anniversaries, will serve to turn the mind of the Jew to his great cultural heritage as it abounds in lewish books. Jewish Book Month must inevitably remind us of the great stake the Jewish people have in the preservation of freedom and democracy. And indeed, moreover, the celebration furishes us a clew why the Jews have survived, for in it we see an inexorable and unshakeable devotion to the bed-rock ideals that have survived all world cataclysms and national aberations. SOS—SOS—SOS It is not too early to remind everyone to start saving wearable clothing and canned foodstuffs for the SOS Supplies for Overseas Survivors which will be gathered here in a one day campaign set for Sunday. November 30th. The humanitarian effort to alleviate suffering this coming winter among the Jews in Europe must be successful. It is not asking too much, despite the many calls made on all of us, to give our discarded clothing and a few cans of food. Start saving your contributions now. CULTURE The Miami Beach "Y" is seeking 8UpDQrt its 1947-48 Community Concert Series. ThU program has been termed notable TU ,. • ine artitit appearing are outstanding in the world r,f Equalling any of the concert series to be prese here the current season, the Community Cone!! Series program far surpasses its previous attem* to fulfill its obligation to the community 2 S cultural field. For many years the cultural aspects of lb, community program were neglected. The opr !" tunity now presents itself to both further T phase of the "Y's" activity and to enjoy a pmtj! cularly fine program of artists. Don't miss it A SAD COMMESTi HY \ A sad commentary on put lie lethargy wo the utter lack of attendance by the public at lot Sunday's all-day session of the budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Specifically arranged to allow for public participation, the deliberations on the requested allocations by our major local agencies were qu-en no heed by contributor or resident. With the time and the place opportune, the gripers with their comments and criticisms could have had their day in court. It is the same old story. We criticize our public office holders and fail to register and votethereby exercising our rights in choosing these individuals. We condemn and tear apart the heads of organizations and charqe them with disregard for public funds—and fall down on the job when it comes to availing ourselves of the knowledge that we may know whereo! we speak. UN Begins Work on Terms of Reference i Continued from Page 1) ., quorun lacking. C h a i r m a I Ksa Pruszynski of the partition subcommittee reported that his indariea and an mic unn airman Sir B'nai B'rith Women Fete New Members Miami Beach chapter of B"nai B'rith Women will fete new members at a "member-bring-amemb luncheon, Tuesday 1 noon at the Atlantis Root. Mrs. %  : Harold Turk, membership chairman, announced that invitations are issued to all members urging them to bring, as guests, one HI more new members. Club dues Abdullah Zafrullah Khan of the nating Arab • I .• the report %  wlM S( ;. V( ^ l: ( only admission complete but cna rge, and will be accepted at of his sul -committee have instructed him to submit iltaneously with that of the partition group. Workmen Circle Youth branch 699 oi Miami will meet at the Lyceum. 1545 S. W. 3rd St., November 17 at 8:30 p.m. Election of officers is scheduled to take place Plans will be formulated for the installation dinner to be held at Jimmie's on the Trail, December 6. Reservations for the affair may be made by calling Mrs. E. Weiner 3-9913. the door. Board members, officers and es, who ancatering the will act as hostesses and waitresses, Mrs. Turk has been assisted with the general arrangements by Mrs. George Talianoff, Mrs. Dave Alpert and Mrs. David Harris. The afternoon's entertainment includl s an original skit "Bill of Fare," written by Miss Freda Shifman, program chairman; Elsa Kesden, Miami Beach lyric soprano; and several dance numbers by Rose Ducoff. Mrs. Hortense Arvan will be accompanist. Off The Record BIGOTS AND BUGLES The professional pied pipers of hate are wallowing in wealth these days We wonder whether the money they collected from innocents, dupes and lunatic fringe elements has been accounted for in their income tax returns Certainly this is a matter within purvey of Federal investigation The infamous international anti-Semitic trinity—Aberg of Sweden, Beamish of South Africa and Arcand of Canada— is reported functioning primarily through financial assistance it gets from America The Daily News, largest repository of columnist OTDonnel's filth, must have been in one of its rare penitent moods last month when it allegedly suppressed an O'Donnel blast against the "boys" of the Supreme Court, who, according to O'Donnel, must decide whether seditionist William Dudley Pelley is a political prisoner O'Donnel the just is bursting with indignation that Pelley, the would-be Hitler of America, is still behind prison bars Philadelphia theatres showing "The Outlaw" and "Forever Amber" were threatened by Cardinal Dougherty with a year's boycott by that city's 1,000,000 Catholics if they dared exhibit indecent films We pick no quarrel with religious leaders who would shelter their flock from indecent films But it occurs to us that if such drastic measures had been taken against the "Coughlinites" in and out of robe whose indecent conduct is a denial of the very basic tenets of Christianity, the admittedly un-Christian anti-Semitic movement in the United States might not have made the strides it made in the large cities of America. IkVsHll V 0|MIIS Ituilffiiig Drive (Continued from Page 1) dr., in the form of a cocktail party for the workers. At a worker's rally Wednesday night, at the temporary "Y" headquarters, room 233. Mercantile National Bank Building, pledge (aids and campaign material were distributed. The temporary offices are being used through the cooperation of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Susskind. Miami Beach "Y" supporters. Planning committee is composed of Carl Weinkle, George Bertman, Carl Susskind. Judge Joseph A. Berman, A. Budd Cutler, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Harry Zukernick, Archie Brick, Max Meisel, Irving Frankel. Nat Hankoff, and Samuel Rivkind. The new building, on a plot 450' x 650', facing on Biscayne Bay. will include an auditorium, meeting rooms, library, men's and women's athletic facilities, and kitchen. A swimming pool, basketball court, softball diamond, nursery school equipment, and home camp will also be provided. Officers of the Miami Beach Y M. & W.H.A. are Harry Zukernick, honorary president; Carl Weinkle. president; George Bertman. Archie Brick. Samuel Rivkind and s W. Shapiro, vice presidents; Leo Huberman, recording secretary; Mrs. E. J. Weinstein, esponding secretary; Mrs. Carl Susskind, financial secretary, and Milton Sirkin, treasure) \azi Property To Uv Rentored (Continued from Page 1) by the U. S. Government to finance further imports necessary for occupation purposes and this law for the restitution to Jewish organizations of money accruing from heirless Jewish property. Within the next few weeks, however, another regulation of the law will be completed which will designate a central Jewish or. ganization to "succeed to" heirless Jewish property and to distribute any funds accruing from it among Jewish organizations for use in assisting persecutees. Section 10 of the law provides that no property shall revert to the German state but shall either be returned to its rightful owner, if living, or to a "successor organization" designated by the American Military Government. The law follows several months of effort by AMG officials to create a quadripartite law effective in all four zones in agreement with the other three occupying powers. Failing this, it was decided on October 16 to effect a zonal law in the American zone only. The law which became effective today appl ies only to property presently in the U. S. zone of Germany. It does not apply to property in the City of Berlin where it is still hoped a quadripartite law c in lie worked oul If this prove.-. Impossible an attempt will be made to extend the measures of the zonal law to the U. S. sector of Berlin. Sisterhood c! Miami JewWi Orthodox Congregafion dicussas the preparation of a large banquet cloth for th new building at their November II membership tea. According Mrs. Elixabeth Karp, chairman of th* project, names of H members and i fiends will N placed upon the cloth. ^^B2Ste^te*i** *• Jewish Hcridiar) Published every Friday since 17 oy The Jewish Flondian at 120 N. E Sixth Street, Miami 18. Florida. En. W,V ""hC-dats matter July 4, 1930. at the Post Office of M,am, Fla. under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Florldian hat absorbed Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature ^"•licateWorldwide News Service cVn A a to" -1 A i 'n. Am."' can Association of Enoilsh.Jewish P S^rR?^?r£ re A-oelltlorT On. U Y e S C r R,PT .' ON "*"&., Two Yer .'.'.',', WOO FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 20 Number 46 KISLEV 1, 5708 Friday, November 14, 1947 ,>trvV"l> J I %  • "ll 1^1 .. ~U TAKE NOTICE. UNCLE



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%  ^i v^QVEMBER 14. 1917 bitzers" Honeym0 n I ftt Jamaica u and M. Arthur J. Selt, ^^2 wedding took placeita feSS Plaza hotel November -mooning at MonShe is the vhnisHkridHcMn PAGE FIVE I, arc now v Hav "' lica She ,S lnC 6g l; \i. H,slyn Geiserman, i Jf 344 NE. 26th St. ,B, ^s parent., Mr. and M.. JSlUr ""me from New v rk for Hi -vcning ceremony, 51 was followed by dinner fiVpto in the hotel. Robbi MaxSh. : officiated. Mrs Geiserman was matron of .„(,, r daughter and Miss S An. .ameister, maid of o Masses Chech.1 and HeiJ^ 0 G baum served as jrt!t 'atl-r was best man Harlan Ullman was ring ftrand Sally Fradin, flower gir Mrs seltzer attended schools in New Y k and Miami, and Florida State I'niversity. He is B navy veti and former student of Hunter i ollege. Upon their return from Jamaica, the coi 'lc will reside in Merric'k, L. „. Barbara Nertz Selects June For Wedding June I::been decided upon for the w< Iding of Miss Barbara Nertz and Sidney A. Wein, whoso engagenv is being announced DV |h, if the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nertz, of Long Island, N. Y. Wein is the son of M id Mrs. Mortimer E. Wein, Di Lido Island. Miss Ni '•' plans to receive hei degree in ine from Queens College whi I she is attending at present. Hei fiancee, a graduate of Mian. Beach High school, is a student at Lafayette college. Easton Pa., where he is archon of Pi Lambda Phi raternity. He served as ,latf sergeant with the 82nd airborne division and wears the Pre' ntial Citation, Purple Heart and d( conations of the Holland ami Belgian governments. Wainer Mendelson Wed nie Wainer and Max were united in holy Cicinnati. Ohio, OcThe couple followed ge by an eight day en route to Miami, dolson is a former Miami Beach. Her a retired Cincinnati .m. de at 1244 Pennsylvaiami Beach. Becker Bar Mitzvah Saturday at Hebrew School-Jr. Congregation Mr. and Mis. Edward L. Becker announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Matthew Kurt, this Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in the new auditorium of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. Matthew is recording secretary of the Junior chapter of the Congregation. He has been elected to the National Junior Honor Society of Ada Merritt school where he is also a member of the band. Mrs. Mil Mendels". wedlock • tober 28 trTeir n motor Mr.-. Me residen; husband i •usin< They n si nia ave.. M MATTHEW KURT BECKER Samuel April will assist the Bar Mitzvah conduct Sabbath services and Rabbi Simon April will respond to the confirmand's address. Open house reception will be held Sunday at the congregation at 3 p.m. Out-of-town guests expected are: Mrs. Rebecca Becker, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kullback, Westfield, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kullback, Monticello, N. Y.; Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Kullback, Washington, D. C-; and Mr. and Mrs. Murray M. Sparaga, Passaic, N. 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I., are visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan. They plan to make their new home in Miami. Joe Scheinberg has returned from a business trip to Chicago. S. A. Goodman, Shepard Broad and Ed Singer left Wednesday to inspect a new site for the Brandeis camp in the Smokies which they hope will be open next summer. From there they went to the Conference of the Southeastern Zionist Region in Nashville which begins today. Sam Nuesner, publisher of the Hartford Jewish Ledger, is back home after spending a week in Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher have moved to 2260 S.W. 28th si., Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Montague T. Alterman have come from New York to spend a month with Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Alterman's sister. Mrs. Ida Orlansky is back home at 1306 S.W. 6th st. where she is recovering from a relapse after a recent illness. She was at Jackson Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary last week with their children, Mr. and Mrs. H. Decky, and sister, Mrs. Lena Rubenstein. The Spivacks live at 905 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. Joseph Hittleman, composer-pianist from New York, will spend the winter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hittleman, 760 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables. Mr. Hittleman is the operator of the Antilla hotel in the Gables. Mrs. I. H. Coyne came to Miami from Newark, N. J., for the unveiling services of her mother, Mrs. Pauline Kessler, which take place Sunday. She is visiting with her sisters, Mrs. Dora Lieberman and Mrs. Isador H. Langner. Back from an extended trip in the north are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aarons, 4200 Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach. They were accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Ida Hirsch, and her sister, Mrs. Harvey Boxer, and children, Francince and Jay. Mr. Boxer remained in Miami Beach for the summer. A daughter, Geri Jane, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray G. Cohen of 1838 S.W. 21st terr., October 29 at the Jackson Memorial hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Isador Cohen, pioneer Miamians. + Mr. and Mrs. Sholem Asch are making their winter home on Hibiscus Island, Miami Beach. Home after a summer vacation in Monticello, N. Y.. are Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosenthal of Miami Beach. Dr. Rosenthal has reopened his offices at 420 Lincoln rd. Harold Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cole, was born at the Jackson Memorial hospital, November 4^ The tas was performed by Rabbi L. Lehrer Tuesday at their home, 400 N.W. 14th ave. Lou Seitlin is the Godfather. Mrs Cecil Myers is visiting with her son and daughter-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers for the winter. She will be joined by her husband next month. Aronoff's Announce Daughter's Betrothal Engagement of Miss Lea Aronoff to Gerald Karp was announced by her parents at a reception in their home, 1342 S. W. 4th St., November 2. He is the son of Mrs. Rose Karp, 1144 S. 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I %  i V" v PAGE SIX 9-Jewlstncrldllar i •I i Letters To The Editor Food tor Thought An Open Letter to the "Jewish Floridian": It is very gratifying to learn that three outstanding members of our Jewish community are leaving for Europe these days in order to find out about the displaced persons over there and in order to ease their lot as much as possible, I am sure that their efforts will help a great deal, and our best wishes are with them for the success of their important mission. But we hope that their trip will mark the beginning ol a new treatment of Nazi victims here in our community, too. For otherwise it seems a little bit peculiar to spend a large amount of money in order to help the displaced persons in Europe while just these displaced persons as soon as they came to Miami receive the most shameful treatment 1 am able to think of. There an a lot of sermons and speeches in synagogues a nd churches, over the radio and in public meetings deeply deploring the unfortunate victims of human haired and cruelty. But as soo : these victims, |i i ited t ni m cur:. camps and underground life. thanks to the help of JDC and Hias, enter this country, nothing of the pity and compassion so often ai d so loudly proclaimed to be left. There is no religious congregation in this com. feeis the ni i give a si tion ol weli >T There aren't t well religii Th< re are no h invited those p ople to thi is no i citj T m effort to make thi quainti ami, to n them acquainted with people them forget the I hem. '! ere snot ancial support in ci The workService B it th< y But thi v aren't allow do more than theii routine ide to help t hes e studies or starting a new cur. r aci abilities ol the individual Nobody tries to find a real job fo scholips. There is no amoUl money available foi i sighted help. I know several of these displaced persons personally. Foi their sake I hope this all will be changed immediately now. Or— is tins trip to Europe in behalf of the displaced persons nothing but a silly farce? I hope very much that it is not. DR. HANS MARGOLIUS. Truth Above All! Editor, Jewish Floridian: I liked your coverage of Rabbi Zwitman's sermon in your paper. I also appreciate, like many oth; ers, your editorial commendation which you gave him on the handling ol the matter, but I would like to take issue with three statements in your editorial. 1—Your editorial states that this is an old matter since Rev Smith has made anti-Semitic statements before. True, but that is exactly the reason w h y Rabbi Zwitman showed his special courage in answering Rev. Smith. If this was Rev. Smith's first offense. we would say, 'Leave him alone. I it was a slip, anybody can make 1 a mistake.'" But. you say you have a big file on Rev. Smith. If that is so, why did not other Jewish organizations answer t h e antiSemitic statements which Rev. Smith had in the Herald? 2—You say in your editorial that you are not sure of the results, and yet in the same issue other page, you print a report of an apology by Rev. Smith and a statement resulting from I Zwitman's article in the Herald that Rev. Smith said in his sermon "I am not anti-Jewish and I don't want to be known as anti-Jewish." 4— You say in your editorial that Rev, Smith will have gotten the publicity he desires out of this discussion. That is not so. The Herald printed Rev, Smith's article OH October 13; sii.ee then Rev. Smith'.name has not been mentioned in the Herald. The tactful handling by Rabbi Zwitn ai of the entire case made the i print a long article headlined "Rabbi Sees Danger to All Sects if Hatreds are Permitted to Grow." Since that article api. it N interesting to note tl -even ]i tters to the e litor have appeared in the Herald on Zv.it man's article, that %  mentioned R e V name at all. and that all of them mentiom d Rahbi Zwit: ante and gave him publicity and finally the Herald on Tuesday, November 4. earned an editorial note giving Rabbi Zwitcomplete victory in the "Buckley Bill Discussion." It :interesting to i ote that i only paper that gave Rev. Smith headline publicity was the I Jewish Floridian, which last Fridav October 24, carried the headline "Rabbi Zwitman Answers Rev, Smith." The Jewish Floridian, however, does not circulate among Rev. Smiths friends and I do not think the publicity he got by having his name in the headlines helped him a bit. In all fairness to the issue. 1 think you ought to print this letter and comment upon it. but if you do not care to comment, then you ought to P'int it in the interest of truth. DR. M. B. CIRLIN. Rev. Smith has apologized before.—Editor. (.r.ilif % %  <•<' Editor, Jewish Floridian: Bung a refugee from Europe, I arrived in Miami in the beginning of September, 1947, and my first step was to the office of the J. wish Social Service Bureau of Greater Miami, 127 N. W. 2nd St. Entering the office, I was guided to a certain Mrs. G "We want you to laugh again" —these were her words to me and I guess I never will forget them. Long time had passed that somebody talked to me in this way. After telling me that a room in a hotel had been reserved for me, she gave me financial support for the next few days, asking me to come the following morning to discuss my professional intentions. The kindheartedness of this caretaker was not happening but once. Even after getting my first job, I was asked to come again whenever I would have some problems. Well, I have a room, 1 hope to make my living, but I want to confess only by t h e help and consideration of the Jewish Social Service Bureau ol Greater Miami and especially by the motherliness of Mrs. G I have been able to start a new life in a new^country. JULIUS KUTTNER. From Paris A postal card mailed from Paris by Harry Simonhoff, Miami attorney, now on tour of Europe, was received this week by the Jewish Floridian. It read: "Spent 10 interesting days in England and Scotland. Have an airplane reservation for Palestine scheduled to leave November 13. Had to take two shots of vaccine against cholera; othewise no trip. Such are orders. Paris has as many Jewish organizations as Miami, and that is saying a great deal The dead in Eastern Europe are gradually forgotten. The living must go on. Why? ." All Request Program Because of many requests each week to the Yiddish Classical Hour for favorite musical selections, Director Morris Nasatir has designated this week for an "allrequest" program Featured on the program will be Mischa Elman, Joseph Szigeti. Yosele Rosenblatt, Isa Kramer, Sidor Belarsky and many other favorite artists. The classical hour is heard over Station WINZ every Sunday, 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. As < kapter X am Newly organized Tr„r, lodge of B'nai B'rith e^' manent officers and chose tS chapter title last Monday 2 Irving Cypen was named 2 dent of the group f or the !" Other oficers include A Burid Cutler, vice president; ^ Selk, recording secretary H bert Silver, corresponding' tary; Ralph Gordon, treasury and Evan Stein, warden. The lodge, composed primaril, of young men, has an appr Ml mate membership of 40 j.,. meets at the Miami Beach ]„. ish Community Center Monday evenings at 8 o' lock. They have applied for a charter from tional which is expected within two weeks. Board of Education of Beth Jacob Religicus School formulaled plans last night. for t public examination of the children of the school. The meeting was held at the home ol S. F. Freedman, Miami Beich. MIAMI BEACH Setter Class Listing* On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 60S Lincoln Rd. Phone 55868 "Trustworthy Service" Ask for KOSHER ZION Products at your Local Delicatessen ;ALEX DRUCKERJ MUSIC TEACHER \ All Instruments—Reasonable % Instruments Furnished Free! Phone 2-4303 433 N.W. 12th Avenue < %  A If you are in need of Kosher Zion Products Call This label insures your health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami • Weiners • Corned Beef • Pastrami ELECT Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 RANDOLPH B. 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NOVEMBER 14, 1947 FRIDAY, Hebrew Academy Schedules Added Classes; Enrollment Reaches 95 The Hebrew Academy has made arrangements to add Hditional classes for the coming semester commencing Febniary li according to a release by the organization. The unprecedented demand for the enrollment of children of various • Jewlsti fh,in-,r PAGE SEVEN ages a nd classes whom the school has been unable to acwinmodate until now, made the step necessary. Additional classes will include a 5th grade^ dedicated to a constructive and useful American way of life. I am persuaded that we are advancing in that direction." 0 f boys and girls, as well group a new IB class, in addition to the current 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th classes and several kinderand pre-kindergarten grade garten groups. Objective of the Hebrew Academy is an educational program which offers to the children of the community a highly progres. sive English education, in synthesis with an intensive Hebrew training. In addition, the school offers special classes in music and music appreciation, art and dramatics. The staff of the English department is composed of instructors accredited by the Board of Public Instruction of Dade County and the State of Florida. Among its facilities, the community project has large airy classrooms, 350 seat auditorium, dining hail where hot luncheons are served, library, outdoor athletic field, and transportation in their own fleet of buses to and from schi/ol. Although there are over 100 similar educational institutions throughout the country with over 18,000 students receiving this integrated education, the Hebrew Academy is the only one of its character in the entire southeastern part of the United States. Officers uf the Hebrew Academy include: Dr. David S. Andron, president; A. M. Bear, Joseph Roscnzweig and Ira Rosenzweig, vice-presidents; Samuel M. Grundwerg. treasurer; Sam Reinhard, financial secretary; Aai*bn S. Lauer, secretary; and Harry Levitt, Louis Miller, Jacob Steinberg, Mitchell Reiner, Isadore Goldberg. Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky is medical director. On the Rabbinical Advisory Board are: Rabbis Irving Lehrman, Joseph Rackovsky. Moses Mescheloff, Murray Gruuer, Max Shapiro and Leon Krorvsh. In discussing the unusual progress made by the Academy during the short period of its existence, Dr. David S. Andron, president of the Academy stated: "Only a few weeK, ago the Hebrew Academy came into being. In this short time it now boasts an enrollment of 95 students who come from some of the finest and most representative American Jewish homes in our community." "It is almost unbelievable to 0 rve the progress made by children, some of whom two months ago did not have the slightest appreciation or interest •n matters fundamental to the Mure and continuance of Amerlcan J w*h life. The primary goal envisaged by the founders of our 'nstitutiur. was to mold and lasnion a generation of young men and women, informed cull^ly, enriched spiritually, and Buffet Supper For Hebrew School A buffet supper and card party to be held at the Miami Hebrew school and Junior Congregation November 23 at 5:30 p.m., was anMRS. LOUIS AUGUST nounced this week by Mrs. Louis August, newly appointed chairman of the ways and means committee. Committee for the affair that met at the home of Mrs. August last night include: Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, Mrs. Dave Kleber, Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, Mrs. Max Jacobskind, Mrs. Herbert Feldan, Mrs. Hershey Glanz, Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz, Mrs. E. A. Moss, Mrs. Nat Coulton, Mrs. Nat Braunstein, and Mrs. Sam Kostoff. The Joint Distribution Committee supports 68 yeshivoth and seminaries in Palestine. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will eava on a naw roof latar "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Man" 414 i. 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Preparing for their part, the Florida communal leaders pointed out that community participation in every problem relating to the fight against anti-Semitism will be the theme to keynote the nation-wide assembly. Among those from this area planning to attend, all of whom are members of the JDA National Council or National Executive Committee, are: Abe Aronovitz, Maurice Gusman, Burnett Roth, and Harold Turk; also Jack Kapner of W. Palm Beach. Additional members are expected to join them. The JDA is the fund-raising arm of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, making possible their expanded program of combatting bigotry and prejudice in the United States. This year the JDA is driving toward a national goal of $6,000,000. Southern Conference Presents Piano Concert Mario Braggiotti and Jack Chalkin, duo pianists, are appearing in Miami under the auspices of the Southern Conference for Human Welfare. According to Mrs. Leo Sheiner, acting chairman of the concert committee, the performance is scheduled for Bayfront Park auditorium on December 10. The renowned team is enthusiastic about modern jazz which they believe is destined to supplant the immortal jigs and waltzes of Chopin and Bach. Their repertoire, however, includes Ravel, Stavinsky, Gershwin, DeFalla, Bach, Chopin and Debussy. You help the Joint Distribution Committee when you give to the United Jewish Appeal. Kessler Unveiling Unveiling to the memory of Mrs. Pauline Kessler will take place this Sunday at 2 p.m. in Woodlaw cemetery. She was the mother of Mrs. Isador Langner and Mrs. Dora Liebefrman, of Miami, and Mrs. I. Henry Coyne of Newark, N. J., who is here for the unveiling. Friends of the deceased are asked to be present. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremony. Harry Gordon of the Gordon Monument Co. is in charge of arrangements. The Joint Distribution Committee supports 280 medical institutions in behalf of Europe's Jews II Aged Auxiliary Plans Musical Program Meeting Miami Beach auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged has planned a musical program and address for their regular meeting Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., at the Robert Richter hotel. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will preside. Leo Allen, newly appointed executive director of the Home, will discuss "The General Problem of the Aged in America." Miss Emilie Carmazie, mezzo-soprano and pupil of Gladys Muse, will highlight the musical entertainment. luulllx Hummi iimn mill IIHlllllll lllhll HUM ICftTtRIMC IsmoaiiCHEs lOELICATESSCN OP£/V EVERYOAY 170 m s*si f gyis sa? ft 2-981 4 MIAMI, ft A. "* t%m mt *^ ^^ m m THE Holland Inn 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-9748 Chef Special DUTCH STEAK AS*, SANDWICH ***DAILY BLUE PLATE from 65c Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 io li KM. Ssndwichst—Bser—Wine Soft Drinks Under the Peraonal Supervlelon of C. F. 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PAGE EIGHT ——^—-—s Burris, Roth Local Presidents To Attend Zionist Regional Meet Presidents Jack Burris of Miami Beach District and Burnett Roth of Miami will be among delegates and guests of the Southeastern Zionist Region which is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a conference in Nashville, Tenn., this weekend. Other representatives of the beach group are Shepard Broad, chairman of the site committee for the Southern Brandeis Camp in the Smoky Mountains,* S. A. Goodman, Ed Singer, Seymour Rubin and Alex Van Straaten. Hyman Sootin, Rabbi fjmistncridian Max Shapiro, and Leo Rosen make up the Miami delegation. Other districts from Florida as well as Georgia, Tennessee. Alabama. Mississippi. South Carolina and Louisiana will also be represented when the convention gathers in the Andrew Jackson hotel today. Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the Z.O.A. administrative committee heads the array of visiting notables from the national movement. Highlights of the event include the presidential address and official opening of the conference by Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham. Saturday evening; a political session, led by experts of :•!. Southeastern Region who recently visited Palestine: a panel on regional organization composed of the presidents of the Southeastern. Southwest and Seasons; election of officers for 1948; and a performance by the famous Hebrew dance team iva and Berk at the banAlso included on the agenda of the conference are plans for the in-wide membership aign, adopt.on of quotas for I ii An i : ican Bionist Fund, and nal youth work. The Jewish National Fund session will mark the completion of the Ike Abelson Forest of ten thousand trees. which have been planted by the region in Palestine in honor of the outstanding Birmingham leader. Maurice Davis and Maury Lowenthal of Nashville are co-chairmen in charge of local arrangements. Washington Scene of Fagan-Cohen Nuptials Miss Ruth Fagan will become Mrs. Seymour Cohen tomorrow in Washington, D. C. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fagan. 4100 N. W. 14th St., Washington, and he is the son of Mr and Mis. Samuel A. Cohen, 1864 S. W. 14th Terr., Miami. The bride-elect is president of District 5 of B'nai B'rith Young Women, and vice chairman of Washington BBYW council. Having attended Wilson Teachers college. Miss Fagan is a member of Sigma Gamma Delta sorority. Cohen is t: e current national president of B'nai B'rith Young Men. A graduate of the University of Florida, he has spent three yeardoing experimental research work for the Navy De purtment in Washington. After the wedding the couple will reside in Philadelphia where they are both furthering their studies in social welfare work. PEST CONTROL Todd-Kahn Choose Nov. 30 For CeremonyMiss Violctte Todd of Forest Hills, N. Y., and Arthur M. Kahn of Miami Beach, have set November 30 as their wedding date. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Todd. Forest Hills, the brideelect is a graduate of Hunter college and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. She was active in the Red Cross during the war. Kahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Kahn, 435 20th St., Miami Beach, was graduated from the University of Florida where he was president of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He was discharged as a major from the army after 44 years service, and is now an associate of the firm of Kahn and Alpert. The couple will make their home at 1551 Lenox ave., Miami Beach. hu ,td' l, 9 •' c PCS" *oo<> e Phone 34848 h449W.F^ S ;SINCE 1901 CDMPLI It FIST -"* ORKIN Dr. and Mrs. Rose Observe Anniversary Dr. and Mrs. Erwin J. Rose celebrated their third wedding anniversary Saturday evening with a dinner at the Clover Club followed by a party given for them by Dr. and Mrs. Seymour. Schneider, Miami Beach. Guests included at the eclebraj tion were: Dr. and Mrs. Jessie j Halpern. Dr. and Mrs. Al Augus' tine. Dr. Arthur Rose, Mr. and | Mrs. Burton Cohen, Miss Roslyn j Angel, Miss Ronnie Wasserman, ; Miss Jerry Goldfeder, Harold Bickow, and Martin Rabinowitz. Dr. Rose has been a resident of Miami B''ach for many years. Mrs. Rose ithe former Lee France of Atlanta. Ga. They have a l'-i-year-old daughter, Sherry. Beach Hadassah Sets Goal for 1000 Members First of a scries of affairs, sponsored by the membership committee of Miami Beach group of Hadassah, was the luncheon and cultural program held last week at the home of Mrs. Morris Wolf, 1350 Lenox ave. Goal for the group is 1.000. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, membership chairman, has appointed as her co-workers: Mrs. Wolf, 50276: Mrs. Moze Rauzin. 6-1994; Mrs. Louis Pallot, 6-2016, and Mrs. Dave Blank, 5-1573. Anyone interested in becoming a member, or bringing a new or prospective member to any of | the ensuing affairs, is asked to contact the committee. Rabbi Zwitmari To Occupy Church Pulpit During Busy Week Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel will preach at the service of Miami Shores Community Church, Sunday morning, Rev. Donald Douds conductingThe invitation to occupy the pulpit was made in a "exchange the pulpits" gesture, after the Reverend was guest at the Temple Friday evening services two weeks ago. Subject for the Rabbi's sermon is "Faith For Our Day." Service begins at 11 a.m. Other activities of Rabbi Zwitman this week included the Armistice Day celebration service at Crandon Park, Tuesday morning, and an address at the Methodist Sunday School Teachers' Conference on "Judaism" Wednesday at White Temple Methodist church. Last evening the Rabbi lectured at the Community Chest Marriage Counselling Forum on "The Spiritual Foundations For a Happy Married Life"; addressed Greater Miami Federation's "Census Workers Rally" at the Temple; and took part on the radio program "Men of Good Will" over station WKAT. Quality, 3ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the F.1R iv >*} /iilON CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone M14I GUILFORD POULTRY 101 N. W. 8th Street D n i v ALWAYS ON PREMISES Best Poultry at Wholesale Prices Temple Israel Meeting Semi annual congregational meeting of Temple Israel will be held Wednesday, November 19, at 8 p.m. The program will take the form of an audio-visual pageant on the life of Isaac M. Wise, founder of reform. The pageant was written by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and is enacted by members of the Temple Israel Young Married People's League. A buffet supper, free of charge to all members, precedes the program at 6 o'clock. Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given CORONET CHOCOLATES 863 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach FEATURING Finest Assorted Candy and Chocolate Bars Direct From PALESTINE Open Evenings and Sundays Phone 58-2026 Twentieth Annivcrsaiy Year UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MOueSte AllOO, Musical Director Miami Senior High School. 2400 West Flagler Remaining Seven Pair oi Subscription Concerts "II 4 I-IK \| HI I 1*1 ATIGOBSKY-MAU 1 ZYNSKI MEXI HIX-KERR-KIPNIS. Second Pair of Concerts Sunday Afternoon. NOT. 23. 4:30, and Monday Evening, Nov. 24. 8:30 SOLOIST. RUGGIERO RICCI ^AY.NOVEMBEB u l 1ff private family of i W o —EL* '" or without kitchen DriVfr Reasonable by s tJ n im MRS. STEIK "5,%> IStO 1,TH T, T A VJ, Lovely double mm, u Kitchen SEWEE KMRT feS in family 0 f Tvin I !" SEASON 6R YEAVSSfo 355 S. W. 22nd Ro.d Phone 9-7753 Eveningi WANTED SECRETARY Shorthand Et. Mial — $-Di Week—Call for Interview Beginning Monday—3-6306. B'nai B'rith Youth Oraaniiai'n 330 Seybold Bldg. Johnson Employment Service Help of Ml Kinds 127 N. E. 1st Ave. Room 212 Phono 3-6735 POSITION WANTED Middle-Aged WontB desirei Position as Cook or Compuion to Elderly Woman MRS. FANNY CIRIJN 210 1st Street. Miami Beach Apartment 12 REFINED LADY Willing to share her beautiful clean home with one couple FOR THE SEASONVERY REASONABLE 764 N. W. 35th Street POSITION WANTED In Strictly Kosher Home Taking care of Children and ( king Or will act as Companion SADIE FHIEDMANN 1502 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach FOR RENT COMPLETELY FURNISHED REAR COTTAGE Accommodates 3 Adults Immediate Occupancy -Near Bus and Shopping Price for Season—$1,100 5736 S. W. 9th Terracs ROOM AND BOARD with private family A Real Heal.h spot if you like quiet • • • 2741 Madison St. Hollywood. Florida WANTED NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHER As Heaa Instructor With Knowledge of Hebre" Excellent Salary Write M. B. C/O Box 2973. Miami W POSITION WANTED College gr.duaie-P^. CO untant-Smgle 8 g e e oJia perience>d—Availaow Gary 1st unt.I ***J*£ tt boSabbath observer-^" Jj1.1 work or S work ETS tsftw Myron ft Friedman 3212 Sycamore W* Cl.vlcrnd Height. 18^



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1947 vJenistiFhridNan Patrons Listed For Beach Y Concert Series C;,,l Wrinkle, president of DM. Miami Beach Y announced a partial lisl of members who have pledged themselves to the support of tl.. V.M. & W.H.A. Community Concert series by taking a minimum of ten subscriptions. Include,' e: Rudy Adler, Judge Joseph Berman, Dr. William Berstein, George Bertman, Archie Brick. Leo Chaiken, Dr. M. B; Cirlin. Mrs. George Cohen, Sam griedland, Abraham Goodman, Nat Hankoff, Louis Heiman, Leo Buberman, David Isen, Max Meisel. Joseph Rambam, Samuel Rivkind, Miss Edith Schulman. Samuel W Shapiro, Monte Selig. Mrs. Carl Susskind, Harold Turk. Mrs. David Waterman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. E. A. Weinstein, Paul Weitzman, Mrs. Nat Williams and Harry Zukernick. The sci ies will present the piano team ol li.ntlett and Robertson as the first of its scheduled events on December 16, at the Miami Beach li gh school. Other artists in th( ire Albert Spalding. violinist; Ruth Diaper, dramatic artist: Menahem Pressler, pianist; Igor Goi n. baritone. War Crimes Prosecutor Addresses Luncheon David I.cmelman, one of the pur of the Nazi war criminals al Nuremburg, will addict the members of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith at their luncheon today, 12:15 p.m., in the Downtown Club, according to Bill Pal ot, luncheon chairman. Pormi %  a captain in the U.S. Army, Li mclman was one of the lew |. ecutora who interrogated Rudolf Hess, Goering and Schacht in their cells. He has recently tumed from an eleventour of Europe and will presen an eye-witness account of present conditions in the wartorn countries which he visited. K ^-upholstering • Klip < -svers Draperies • Bedspreads • Coraleea GOABANTEEP WORST FOR FREE ESTIMATE ^W 33089 "S.W. 17(1: COURT t MEN and WOMEN I Reduce the New Scientific % Way With % MULTIPLE OSCILLATION THCRfc \ I SWEDISH MASSAGE % POST SLENDERIZING STUDIO PAGE NINE INQUISITOR-Robert Young plays the man who asks questions in "Crossfire," blistering drama of unprovoked murder and the ferreting out of its bigotry-poisoned perpetrator, now playing at the Sheridan, Paramount and Beach theaters. The ladies are Gloria Grahame and Jacqueline White. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIBRKBT GIVEN that Ihn undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Ferry'i Pants Shop at 136 Heybold ArHII Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JEROME H. GOLDSMITH. 11/7-14-21-28 12/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Marc-Abbott, Ltd. at 213 23rd Street. Miami Reach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. EDWARD L. FORER. Sole Owner. 11/7-14-21-28 12/:, Book Shower Conducted For Hebrew Academy Ladies League of the Hebrew Academy is conducting a Book Shower Tuesday in the auditorium, 918 6th St., Miami Beach. The function will serve as a celebration of Jewish Book month in addition to establishing a permanent central library at the Academy. Many organizations have been invited to contribute sets of English, Anglo-Hebrew and Hebrew books. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Abraham Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speakers. Communications have been sent to members and friends of the institution, listing the various books needed for the library. Various book shops have offered to give a special discount on all books purchased for this purpose. Final plans were completed at a combined board of Directors and book shower committee meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Jack Burris. Information may be obtained by calling 5-4361. Orthodox Card Party A card party will be given by the Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sunday evening to raise funds for the Talmud Torah. Hostesses will be Mrs. Max Rappaport, chairlay; Mrs. George Solinger, Mrs. Gerson August and Mrs. Max Kupferstein. The function is scheduled to take place in the school building, 1545 S. W. Third St. Riverside Chapel Offers Service For War Dead At the request of the War Department, the Riverside Memorial Chapel, Inc., established and maintained a mortuary and chapel in the Port of Embarkation, Brooklyn, N. Y., from July, 1942; to the end of hostilities, it was announced this week by Edward T. Newman of the Miami Beach chapel. "Thanks to the medical treatment accorded the wounded soldiers in the returning convoys, not a single death occurred enroute," Newman declared. The War Department had expected 250 to 300 deaths per convoy. Agreement between the government and the chapel was verbal because of the confidential and unpredictable nature of the work, it was revealed. "Needles to say," Newman added, "we were more than glad that our services in this case were not needed by the department." Riverside offers its chapel and professional services free of charge to families of returning war dead. The chapel is located I at 1236 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FREE DEALER LICENSE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 112639 In Re: Application of Sonla Friedman to become a Free Dealer, you, Robert w. Friedman, I^os Angeles. California,, are hereby notified that Hi.. Honorable Judge Charles A. Carroll will hear the petition of Sonla Friedman to become a Free Dealer on November 16th, 1947. at 10 A. M. In his Chambers at the Courthouse, Miami, Hade County, Florida, dated October nnth, 1947. ALFRED KREISLER, Solicitor for Petitioner. 11/7-14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FIVE POINTS MEDICAL. CLINIC at 1261 H.W. 22nd Street. Miami. Ha.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDMOND GAMSE, M.D., Sole Owner. 10/31. 11/7-14-21-28. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of STADIUM GRILL at 1400 West Flagler 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 FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ..f 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 HOLLAND. LEO SHEINER, 1204-1205 Pacific Rulldlng, Attorney for Julius Holland. 10/24-31. 1177-14. 1 > % 800 M. E. Second Ave.. Room 10 Phones: 3-9895—88-1227 EVCNINO BY APPOINTMENT I Delta Phi Epsilon sororily is presenting their annual "Pledges on Parade" al the Roney Plaia tomorrow evening at 9 o'clock. Tickets may be purchased at the door. LE GAL WOTICE S_ ^rTcTuNDER FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS IIEHKI'Y < ".INKS' that Undersigned d..s.. ;! ng. O enja*. ta business under H • 'J-'. '"\-,. ir kl t at M BBTSfiSt -ffi&JSi County, Florida. ^^ ;oU1 „,N U/14-M-M IS/8 VOTE FOR JIMMY GANNON "The Milkman* SUPPORT R. G. DANNER —ASCITY MANAGER „ Clean up and repair streets immedtately. Belter bus service, including stops at every block and shelters for patrons. .. Establish 'teen-age recreation centers throughout city. Remove downtown railroad tracks and utilize space JOT parking. Proportional pensions for all city employes. n Low cost housing with federal t Consolidation of City of M ^faToaTcZnty Governments. PAID POLITICAL ADV.KTIICM.ST Hear Smiling Jack Hear JOHN I, MANNY Your Next City Commissioner Bay front Park Nov. 15 8 P. M. All The Facts NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KANDEL ELECTRIC at 176 N. W. 1st Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. REN LEFKOWITZ BEN GOLDSTEIN W A S.MAN, SILVER ft SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 11/7-14-21-28 12/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LEE-ROY NOVELTIES at 44 N. E. First Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RAYMOND CITRON SHIRLEY CITRON husband and wife ISIDORE FINKEL ETJTA FINKEL husband and wife HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AVOCADO APARTMENTS at 4213 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 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 of 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 "RICKEY'S OF NEW YORK CITY" at c/o CLUB 22, 2200 Park Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NETTIE DEFENO, Sole Owner. HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Applicant. 10/24-31. 11/7-14. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. NO. 112593 ORDER OF PUBLICATION MAZ1E BARKIN, Plaintiff, vs. ARTHUR BARKIN, Defendant, THE STATE OF FHIRIDA TO: ARTHUR BARKIN, .Master's Hotel, Riverside and West 103rd St. New York City. N. Y. You are hereby notified and ordered appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above%  tyled cause on or before the 28th day November, 1 :• 1T; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County. Florida. Dated this 28th day of October, 1947 E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. .Seal) By: F. J. GOULD Deputy Clerk. BAM SILVER. Solicitor for Plaintiff, 1703 Congress Building, .Miami. Florida. 10/31. 11/7-14-21. (PAID POL. ADV.) 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 S833 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 fictiltous name of HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE at 2208 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 ft KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 112501 MARY RICHMAN, Plaintiff, vs. MAX STANLEY RICHMAN. Defendant. To: MAX STANLEY RICHMAN, 1960 Daly Avenue, Bronx, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 22nd day of November. 1947. Dated this 23rd day of Ovtoberr 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. By: M. C. GREEN. (Seal) Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney. 327 Calumet Building. Miami, Florl.a 10/21-31. 11/7-14. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 19897 In Re: Estate of DANIEL BERLINER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereb> notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of vou, may have against the estate of 'DANIEL BERLINER, deeeased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date, October 20. A. D.. 1947. JOHN E. PORTE, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of DANIEL BERLINER, Deceased. JOHN E. PORTE. JACK A ABBOTT, Attorneys for Executor. 10/21-31. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name >f I.. & L. MEAT MARKET, at 383 N.W. 14th St., Miami. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla. DAVE LOWY. Sole Owne.r MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN, Attorneys for Aplllcant. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FRIENDLEE CLEANERS ft LAUNDRY at 119 N.W. 36th St., Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GERTRUDE STEINGOLD. Sole Owner. 10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAGIC CITY SPECIALTY CO.. at 1150 S.W. 25tH Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of J Dade County, Florida. .-.,, MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN. WASMAN. SILVER ft SAKOWITZ, I Attomevs for Applicant. 11/7-14. I •



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PAGE TEN +Jelstrk>rldlain FRIDAY, NOVEMBER u, i 'i i %  v Aged Home Director Maps Program To Give Residents Responsibility Leo Allen, newly appointed Executive Director of the Jewish Home for the Aged expressed the desire this week to make the establishment a "real home in every sense." First step, he explained, has been to give the residents Increased responsibility. This is secured by the maintenance of a club atmosphere, by which the members meet, choose committees, and report suggestions to the directors. Allen called upon the lay lead-^~ ers in the community who have | cheerful and well-poised. Some cling to the past: others keenly alive to the present." The Home for the Aged in Miami is at 335 S.W. 12th ave. and maintains a capacity group of 38. Judge Harold Spaet is president of the organization. shown foresight and vision in dealing with social welfare problems in other fields to devote part of their time in helping evolve a community-side program for the problems of the aged. "The problem is increasing," Allen asserted, "both because of the declining birthrate and the advances in medical science which have prolonged the average life." The week-old director cited figDP Information Sought By National Council National Council of Jewish Women has received additional ..information concerning relatives ures which prove that one out 14 ... „,u_ .,,. i„. K of displaced persons who aie bepeople in our population were,, %  IT .~J over 65 in 1940 as compared with l*ved to be in this area. United the one in 25 established at the Service for New Americans and turn of the century. "And this is ; HIAS serves as the main foundanot a temporary phenomenon." he I tion for their reports. A: added, for sociologists have having knowledge which m a y proven that in 1980 more than ]ead t0 the i ocation llf these relaone in 9 or 22 million as comtf asked t(1 contacl the pared to todays 10 million, will i ., ,,. fall in this age group." Council off.ee. Proving that professional welInformation is available on fare directors have recognized the AMI, Schlar.gcr. -. ..:. for Harry :hat physical comfort is not|Ladner. Miami; Paine Braunstein sufficient, Allen quoted Margaret I Zoltan. born Patyan, 1894. BudarVagner. well known social work!***• who n,a >' be a relative ol in the problems of %  *? %  J li: El ,r l n 1639 N. w tatement in the Third St.; Rudolf Redel, former•Older folks. 'v "" e st f K r G T"T ; u I i* ;. ne, N than Bock, seeking M. age groups, are ind.viB(K k urchlU( ln Ml;im and show a wide range of wl£c G M ,. A Heimann ::erence. Some are son • London formerly Anna Some are %  Steinberg, seeking Mr. Kuper• ely robust, berg, jeweler and wife. Anna. si [-centered and derelativt of Hans Schoenfeld, forothers considerate, %  merly of Vienna: Salomon Klopper, son of Efraim ersh KlapFerguson Terms Health Situation Startling Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, physician and resident of Miami for the past 24 years, warned last week that Miami's health situation was creating a "startling menace" due to the recent floods. Candidate for the Miami city commission. Dr. Ferguson expressed the belief that Miami s gewer, sidewalks and street repair program should be pushed immediately, "even if it means the issuance of additional bonds." "It will cost money to accomplish these things," Ferguson stated, "but we must face th>> facts. It the money now on hand is not sufficient to complete these programs, then you and I, as taxpayers, must be prepared to float additional bond issues to go through with a full, well-rounded out program which will bring, not only health, but happiness to men, women and children in our city." "Today we are paying out thousands of dollars individually, because of poor health and property damage," he added, "and because some one did not look into the future. Civil Rights Body Urges Fed. Laws 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 employment, education and housing and urged thc enactment of measures curbing the dissemination throghu the mails of defamatory literature. Among the specific recommendations contained in the 178page report were the following: 1. The establishment of a permanent Fair Employment Practices Commission, empowered to use both education and force in 1947 tion, secondly, by public exn !" of the offending Lu^TZ' failing that, by issuing a f d and desist order enforce bet court action. A majority of,? committee also recommenditii the granting of federal f unds J conditioned" upon the r B m of discriminatory pra, Ze S ^ 3. Passage of state laws outlaw lug restrictive real estate c t e n' ants. The Committee poinTo"', hat many areas. parlicula uc'h C f fe£ n nh a "d w wfin.^Uft geles are "widely affected"t restrictive covenants barring N e groes, Jews and other minoritYeV 4. Modification of the fed eral naturalization laws ,„ pemi ~ granting of citizenship w h !" regard to race, color, or nation or.gin of applicants The Com !" tee states that "it i, it J !" ^ with our whole tradition to den on a basis of ancestry right to be come citizens to people who qual! ny in every other way." Hayward Calls on Voters For Worth-while Slate "If the people of Miami elect a worth-while slate af Condidates." expressed Henry A. Heyward, candidate for city commissioner, "they can look forward to good municipal government. If they fail to go to the polls and express their will, they will be responsible for anything which they receive." Hayward's main stand is to help clear up the delays he feels has been in evidence in the city commissioners' office and to start Miami on a course of civic improvements. "The city is slowly stagnating," he believes, "but a good slate of commissioners may impetus to start the city movbe able to provide the needed ing." Among the retired lawyer and ex-civil service man's intentions are the development of hospital, recreation and transportation facilities and the clearance of the Negro slums. He is in favor of the city manager whom he views as "highly competent." I er, Kotowice, Poland, seeking uncle Hyman Schlissel, possibly 48 N. E. 17th St. M. Lax, Bucharest, Roun seeking Eva Priedl, Miami; Paul Schaffer, seeking Mike Teichner, Miami in 1940; Yankel Springel, Cypress Island, for Benny Orsloff, formerly Brooklyn, or Margaret Smokowitz, Miami; Zew Shteinbirg, Haifa, seeking Si ma Gunshur. Miami, fo: i husband of Hela Steinberg. I hard Bainloves, I for sister Clara Bader. last >: address, 744 S. Hon Florida: Miriam (Brauze Cypress Camp No. 63. foi J kiel Brauze or Miriam S; aged 60; Harry Ludv. born Braila, Roumania. I II Karl Ludwig. brother. Pittsburgh. Beth David Schedules Membership Event Beth David Sisterhood's annual membership affair will take place in the Bayfront Municipal auditorium, 320 N. E. 5th St., November 19, from 1 to 4 p. m. Mrs Bernard Sterling, membership cnairman. anounced that each member is asked to bring at hast one new member. Dessert will be served. Besides the cards and Mah Jongg planned, arrangements are beig made for the entertainment of those women not interested in these games. Those unable to provide their own table of players and facilities for playing, are advised to call Mrs. Sterling at 4-2879. I attempting to abolish discrimination in employment. The proposed commission would have the power to receive complaints, hold hearings, issue ceases and desist orders and to seek court aid in enforcing its decision, the report states, but the force provisions of the law would not become effective until one year after the enactment of the law. State FEPC laws are also needed to cover other than interstate commerce, the Committee points out, and suggests that a Presidential "mandate" against discrimination in government employment be enacted. 2. Creation of a Fair Educational Practices Commission that would seek to combat discrimination in schools, first by negotiaALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lots Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 1420 Congress Bldg. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1947 ^Jtrtittiftoriciian Anti-Defamation League Asks For Positive Action Civil Rights Bill NEW YORK—The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has called upon President Truman and the Democratic and Republican parties to put into positive action the recommendations of ilie report of the President's Committee on Civil Rights. In a communication sent to Sen. J. Howard McGarth (DR. I.), chairman of the Democratic national committee, and former -^Congressman J. Carroll Reece, chairman of the Republican national committee. Justice Meier Steinbrink of the New York State Supreme Court, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League, urged that the sp. proposals for the strengthening of .MI'1,KTK 1'LA.NNING AND LAYOUT SERVICE B0I top&fA*. ROKEACH / BOR DELICIOUS HOT I. ROKEACH t SONS INC. BROOKLYN MV. ARMINODOI I H J. BEET SOUP orCHULBD $npt& m/ !bepenJalfe cMe S&urke M IAMI TITLE & Obstruct Co. u mis or Tini SERVICE a DUE COUMTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. Aieli Ntatlr S2M00.000.00 *1 N. E FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 HE WAS OUR FRIENDHE MADE A GOOD CHIEF OF POLICE VOTE FOR H. LESLIE OUIGG FOR CITY COMMISSIONER c. mplilmenU


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PAGE TWELVE i "" FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1947 National Council Jewish Women Service to Foreign Born Aids 109 According to a report by Mrs. Max Fmklestein, executive secretary of the National Council of Jewish Women in Miami, information and assistance was given to 109 people during the month of October, through the Council's service to foreign born. This total represents only those people who came in to the office, she explained. Cases, however, on which services are rendered, come not only through* HiM*ayii< Kennel *>|Mns Senon s.-inni; IIV Eve A crowd of 10.000 is anticipated by officials of Biscayne Kennel Club to witness the opening of Florida's 1947-48 season Saturday night. Featuring the historic Biscayne Inaugural, the ten-race program will start at 7:30 p.m.. followed by similar races from next Monday till January 3. Post time is 7:45 p.m. The Biscayne Inaugural entry of eight will be selected by Racing Secretary James Hodeck after the final official schooling Thursday night. Prominent in the eligible list of recent schoolings will be Dry Lake, winner of oi M IMCU „.. the National Championship Setransportation, making a total of ries this last summer at Wonderdirect contact with office visitors. but also from correspondence with United Service for NewAmericans, references from Jewish Social bureaus, and other sources. During the past month, active service was given to 60 migration cases, 25 location and search cases. and four on naturalization services. Migration cases cover all service in relation to affidavits, collection of transportation funds, investigations of both applicants and sponsors, and many other details which must be handled either by mail or personal contact. Port and dock arrivals this past month numbered 52. 19 of whom were quota immigrants. 2 on visitors visas, and 31 in transit to third country. Shelter was arranged for 29. 17 entrained, and 31 assisted with third country ^^rSisterhood Opens Activities Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey, president of the Miami Beach Jewish C ,nmunity Center Sisterhood, has announced the first J-JjJ meeting of the group to tek place Monday evening at the cen "A Preview of Chanukah" is to be the mam attraction of the 8 o'clock program. U features 77 services rendered tor Me rivals of the month. Many council members give voluntary service to this cause by helping in the office with the filing, stenographic work, answering of telephones, and assisting with interviews. The port and dock volunteer committee, under the chairmanship of Mrs. William Slepian are on hand any time of the clay or night to meet new arrivals by plane or train. Miami office is maintained at 513 Congress Bldg. ATTENTION! Hotels <£ Apartments Rugs Carpets Linoleum Broadfelt Immediate Delivery PAUL'S CARPET CO. 2412 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-4585 land Park. Mass.; Flamingo. H. B. Stutz"s star which is one of the few ever to beat the great Flashy Sir: Rolling Roy, the recent Pensacola winner: My Barbara, the veteran stakes champion of Mrs. Ethel Jones' kennels: Beachcomber, the Portland. Oregon. Derbv champion: Consistent Lucky Ally. Georgia Pistol. Luck Doreen, Mr. Ace and others. Ui der the general supervision 'of Joe H. Adams, managing director, the Biscayne Kennel i Club's "official family" is intact. This includes: Frank G. Burg' hart, Comptroller. Thomas Ho\ gan. Director of Racing; Ben Costello, Mutucls Director; William R, Moore Presiding Judge: Carl Coffman, Associate Judge; Wally Henderson, Patrol Judge: A. V. Ellis, Paddock Judge: C A. Powell, Track Superintendent: and William Fleming, chart and program. With a new electric totalisator board and the entire plant completely renovated from storm damage, Biscayne exjects to post a record season. Qumielas will be i: all races; Daily Double, 1st and 3rd Federation Council Adopts Program i Continued from Page 1) lion of hcirless Jewish property bj various governments, Another factor which will increase the 1948 relief budgets is the increase of world prices, which he estimated to have risen 30 percent. Economists Robert Nathan and Oscar J Gass. estimated the cost ,,i resettling 150.000 displaced Kl pean Jews in Palestine during the next two years, as proposed by UN SCOP, would amount Lo 5400,000.000. This sum, which would include many transitional and permanent needs, would be in addition to the operating budget of the Jewish Agency and would come from loans, grants, governmental and intergovernmental funds, domestic resources in Palestine and voluntary contributions. Soaring relief costs in European countries where local and displaced Jews require aid was the greatest problem the JDC had to contend with, Moses Leavitt, executive via -i "The termination tivities raised the to such an extent make sufficient there may be i iot this winter." Joseph E. Be, k rector of the Uni New American: his organization w 000,000 this yeai 000 in 1946. The burse $64,000.0011 cash receipts of $1 the United Pali spend nearly a cash intake i was revealed. luirmaa said. '' UNRR A ac Prices of food that the JDC ""'•'mentations n those areas xecutfa di11,1 Service for estimated that •W spend $9,. Mt $2,700,JDC will dis'' IM7 against '"'in.ooo, while Appeal will "10 against -.000,000 it A chess exhibition and lecture by the Belgian champion, George Koltano^ski. it being sponsored this Ser.day by Mn. Mary Bain, Miami chess enthusiast and columnist. Taking place at the Mayfair Bridge club, 2 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, at 2 p.m., the demonstration is open to all those interested in the game. MRS. WALSEY Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Harry Rogers and Mrs. Milton Sirkin discussing ways and means oi making the holiday festival more meaningful to the children of the immunity. Mrs. Irving Lehrman s in charge of the program. Induction of 77 new members nto the group at their annual membership tea took place November 3 in the garden of the home of Mrs. I. L. Mintzer, Miami Beach. Guest artists for the afternoons entertainment included Jan Bart, veil known singer and night club performer. who accompanied I himself at the piano; and Miss Rose Ducoff, who offered several j ap dance numbers. "A Glimpse Into the Coming on," featuring Margaret Newman's fashions worn by Coronet models, climaxed the program, with narration by Mrs. Lehrman and Mrs. Phil Abrams. Announcing the Re Opening of the Royal Hungarian Strictly Kosher RESTAURANT • 8th and Washington \\ vdnvstUiy. November 19th Specializing in Delicious Homemade-Like Jewish — Hungarian Cooking Goulash — Shtrudel Our Specialty All Baking Done on Premises Closed Saturdays "Goodbye Again" will be presented by the University of Miami at the Curtain Theater, South Campus, November 27 al 8 p.m. Information about the Thanksgiving production may be obtained by contacting Mrs. Sam Lieberman, 483142. 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 his tax dollar. The City-County Consolidation Program 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 it incumbent on every good citizen to do his part and vote." —ROBERT L. FLOYD. CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS: 220 N. MIAMI AVENUE as 2-1767 — 9-6759 PAID POLITICAL ADVKTIIIMINT S. •!. I r '<-(! m aii 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. Telephone 5-1017 WILLIAM W. (BILL) CHARLES For CITY COMMISSIONER War Veteran Natire Miamian Former Auietant City Attorney %  ""A Skill l CMDIIIOMD „ MW ^Paramount n m CMMimii ofc*ir. NOW! SO DARING THAT NO SCREEN EVER RISKED TELLING ITS STORY BEFORE! Oared he hide more | than he told? %  j F&A Could he break this | motiveless crimt? DORE SCHARY p.esents ROBERT ROBERT ROBERT The murder of a man whose only crime was living! %  • %  HATE DID IT —hate that turns to living flame in a drama so personal that you cannot escape it! 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ppiDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 194? *Jenislhtk)ridilfar) PAGE fHffifEEN Plan >* Kconomy Stress^ by Fader „jj 0 .. : i should air his differences an -"plaints, to an electorate lai.'d George W. Fader th week, "unless he can tter plan and solution 0 the H uble of which he comThe 'plan "'" Doc Fader, candidate 1 %  %  >' commissioner, is to stress onomy for the efficient open.: the city on money collected a tax that 1S fair and jus', i ill-" .. %  This | • modern city can operalt oi on money—not from njnblini n .t from tobacco and b Wc[ tax but money paid by all ali •p ne merchant of 25 vea: les when you elect me ,„ ,.;:. I will operate your business lh the same economy and bu ability as I have m v own ... business." Junior Zionists Plan Educational Series Pirst ries of joint socialeducati meetings of the junin. -ill and Masadah young 1 >t organizations in Miami B-i h took place Tuesday night. N iber 11, at the home of Mi don Schwarz, 2226 Merkhai Rabl Kronish was guest spearthe evening. Und> direction of Miss Selma and Seymour Hinkes ilar affair is to be held th md Tuesday of each month (or discussion include i nt Jewish problems, Zionizm lay, Palestinian political pan the Palestinian nationtod :id American Zionism. These ibjects will be introduced by a group of lecturers, including Rabbi Colman Zwitman. Rabl living Lehrman, Abe Qannes, D David S. Andron, and Mrs. Alfn I M. Mamlet. Rabbi Zwitman Leads Sisterhood Sabbath Sisterhood Sabbath instituted by the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, will be observed by Temple Israel this evening, conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Mrs. Marion B. Ross, Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs. Rdolph Wer'theimer, Mrs. Stella Hantman and Mrs. Joel Belov will participate in the service. Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of the Sisterhood, will address the congregation on the work of the Sisterhood in a religious organization. A reception will follow in Kaplan Hall. 1 ponxpo'^fciyov inn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 ELECT Ralph B. (Doc) FERGUSON To the Miami CITY COMMISSION Nov. 18 POLITICAL AD) Ciceros Honor Son's Bar Mitzvah Richard Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cicero, was Bai Mitzvah Monday at the Miam Hebrew School and Junior Con gregation. Rabbi Simon April ol ficiated. A reception followed that eve ning in honor of the Bar Mitzval at his home. 2100 S.W. loth si Over fifty relatives and guest were present. Grandparents o the buy are Mr. and Mrs. Meye Venetsky of Miami. Reorganized Winx Girls Elect Officers Miss Marilyn Fishman w a elected president of the reorganized Winx Chapter, B'nai B'rith girls at their last meeting. Othe. officers chosen were: vice president. Miss Babs Lifschen; recording secretary, Miss Barbara Quartin; corresponding secreta ries, Miss Mary Lou Nelson and Miss Janet Hirsch; treasurer, Miss Joan Berry; historian, Miss Rosalind Nadler; publicity chairman, Miss Marcia Hankoff. Beth David To Elect Members of Beth David Congregation will meet December to choose between Harry Markovitz and Harry Simons for the president of the year. Nominaions were made last week in the mditorium of the synagogue, Lot Heiman conducting. Other nominations uncontested at the meeting were: vice president, Bernard Sterling; secretary Sidney Lefcourt; financial secreary, Murray G. Cohen; and treasurer, Sam Weisscl. MIAMI'S FINEST ELECTRICAL STORE "Some Say" Light Fixtures Appliances IS ad SON Open Friday Evening MONAHAN'S INC. 2208 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-0632 1 THIS IS THE MAN John C. Johnson Who Fought the Utility and Tobacco Tax for You ELECT HIM CITY COMMISSIONER ep Danner City Manager IMIO POI ADV.) Markowitz Re-Enters Plumbing Business Harry Markowitz, a resident of Miami since 1925, has reentered the plumbing contracting business with offices at 370 South Dixie Highway. Mr. Markowitz, who has been a plumbing contractor for 30 years, numbers among his previous contracts such buildings as the E. Flagler Street Walgreens, Kress's, Lord Tarleton and Alamac hotels and the Helen-Mar apartments. In addition to the position he occupies in the plumbing field he has been active in the local community, having served as president of Beth David Congregation. Mr. Markowitz states that he has carloads of plumbing materials for all types of buildings and is prepared for installation >f heating equipment in addition to plumbing supplies. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will question Tomar DeSola Poo) on matters pertaining to t h e Palestine problem this Sunday over WQAM. The World Se? curity workshop is heard from 12:30 to 1 p.m. Mrs. Pool, past president of Hadassah. is a members of the Actions Committee for the World Zionist Commission. AJC Women Sponsor Smargasbbord Luncheon A Smorgasbord luncheon will highlight the membership drive of the Miami Beach chapter, American Jewish Congress, Thursday at noon. Mrs. Clarence Cohn, president, announced that it will be held at the home of Mrs. Harry Koretsky, 6145 La Gorce drive. Mah Jongg and cards have been planned for the afternoon. Hostesses include Mrs. Mac Winer, Mrs. Lou Wilk, Mrs. John Soifer, Mrs. J. C.. Chutkow and Mrs. Clara Goldenberg. Active members who -bring three new members will be admitted free with their guest.-. Chairmen Mrs. Koretsky, Mrs. Alfred Kessler and Mrs. Jerome Kimball have requested that reservations be made by calling 5-4824. | Sponsors Named For Medical School Drive Highlight of the fund drive for the Hebrew University and Ha] dassah Medical School in Miami will be an address by James G. McDonald, renowned for his work j as United Nations High Commis! sioner for German refugees, at a banquet in the Wofford hotel, j December 7. Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman of the South Florida Section, has announced as sponsors of the affair: Rabbi David Raab of Fort Lauderdale, Rabbi Max Kaufman of Hollywood, and Abe Allenberg, R. W. Apte, Leonard H. Barr, Samuel Blank, S h e p a r d Broad, Samuel Brody, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Morris Gettleman, Abe Goodman, Benjamin Kane, Sam Lachman, Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Marcie Lieberman, Joseph Richter, Leo Robinson, Jacob Scher, Carl Weinkle, Dr. Charles S. Werblow, all of Miami and Miami Beach. IHSURA NC^ 420 LINCOLN ilOAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 'PHONE 5-297A / Saturday Night NOVEMBER 15 Featuring the 22nd Annual Again BISCAYNE welcomes you and promises you the tops in truer to form dog racing in Florida's finest, oldest and largest dog track. Hare at BISCAYNE you see America's foremost greyhounds in action. Every race a thriller every j program highlighted with a star-studded hot box. TRUER TO FORM DOG RACING EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO TRACK MIAMI: Miami Transit buses leave corner ot N. E. 1st Ave and 2nd St EVERY 15 min., starting at 6:30 P. M. MIAMI BEACH: Sportsman Bus Service, th and Collins: F r t bus leave 1 6:5f P. M. and every 25 min. until 7:45 P. M. From -fth and Collins First bus leaves at 7 P. M. and every 25 min. until 7tl0 P. M. M'AMI BEACH: Stanley Tours, Inc., 14th ;.nd Collins: First bus leaves 8:40 P. M. and every 20 min. until 8:05 P. M. From 23rd and C.llini: First buc leaves 6:45 P. M. and every 20 min. until S-1* M r-om 71st and Collins: First bus leaves 7 P. M. and every 20 mm. until 8:30. IV-7S ^/^ 0Nl i [RACK .\jHust 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Avcs m ".., i



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PAGE FOURTEEN knitl fhtidfan FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, Cancer Society Distributes Book Authoritative information about cancer, which last year killed over 2,562 people in Florida, is contained in a new booklet. "Who. What. Why, Where. When," being distributed by the Dade County Unit of the American Cancer Society, Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson. County Commander of the Society's Field Army, announced this week. Published in pocket size, the booklet contains the seven warning signals of cancer and outlines in non-technical language the causes of the disease, us victims. the percentages of cures, and methods of treatment. This piece, according to Mrs Epperson, is one of many pamphlets, free upon request, published by the American Cancer Societj and distributed as a part of the intensive educational program being carried out by the Dade County Unit. Knowledge of the danger signals of cancer and early diagnosis by a reputable physician is the greatest weapon we have today in the fight t quer cancer, she added. Booklets may be obtained by contacting the American Cancer Society Information Center, located at 804 N.E. 2nd ave. The Center is open daily from 9 to 5 p.m.. Saturdays until n I'ruill Announces William J. Pruitt anouneed his candidacy this week t state senate in next year's elections. His entry was preci ded by State Senator D. C. Coleman's retirement from office. Main issue in Pruitt's campaign will be the proposed contion ol Miami and Dade County. which he said h< ously opposi d to." R< tive R. B. Gautier, jr., the plan, is expected I • 1 senate on the merger proposal Pruitt ran twice successfully • ,im for the senate, anci was H ity attorney under the Carl Ault administrati Hi livi with his wife and three children at 543 S. W. 29th Rd. Honors New Pledges Honoring their new pl< members of Iota Alpha Pi ty will have open hous Sui from 5 to 9 p.m. at 604^Pine Tree Drive. New officers of the pli are: Meg Groberg. president; Janice G: Myrna Schlossberg. sect and Rosalind Goodis, treasurer Miami Ambijan Opens Season With Concert Greater Miami AMBIJAN Committee will open the season's activities with a Grand Concert In the Miami Beach High school auditorium this Sunday at 8 pun. Executive Secretary of AMBIJAN. Abraham Jenofsky, will speak on "The New Stage of Development of Birobidjan as a Jewish State." Star of the evening's musical performances will be Sarah Bracken Carney, noted violinist. Also scheduled for the program are: Marcel Chiland, noted French tenor and member of the French Opera Company: Rose Arons. mezzo soprano: a Greater Miami Jewish Polk Chorus under the direction of Louis Powesky. Jcnofskv is co-editor of t n e magazine "Nailebn (New Life), and national vicelent of the Union of American Jews of Ukrainian descent Harry Carney will assist Mrs. Carney on the piano and AnyuKailimah Musical At Atlantis Hotel A musical and reception for new members will officially open the season for Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women for Pahs'inc. November 20. The affair will be held at the Atlantis hotel. 2655 Collins ave.. Miami Beach, begin:it H p.m. Musical talent includes Marcel :: l n iti (i tenor and member e French operetta troupe, who carries a leading role on the French hour over NBC. Hi will be accompanied by Anyuta Melicov at the piano. Mrs. Rol nt Armstrong, 0 formerly with the Metropolitan Opera. Oratorical Society, and M 1 s Herbert Howell, p: I former program director of a Syracuse radio station, are also en.1 to appear. Rabbi Max Shapiro will report on his recent attendance at a ted Nations General Assembly session. Mrs. Albert Berson i s to si % %  %  < aM istri ss ol cereRefreshments will be SARAH BRACKEN '" W.'.YFV .,, Melicov will accompany the vocalists. Proceeds ol th coi cerl are to ie used towa i ewish homeland in Russia foi which tie efl • American Birobidjaj Committee a 1 e directed Pittsburgh Club Installs Officers Pittsburgh club of Greater Miami installed permanent officers before .1 crowd of 300 Pittsburghers Monday night at the Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach. Leonard Klmball is president; Frank Wcinstein, first vice-presi,1.111. Dr. Milton Goldman, second vice-president; Sidney Richmen. recording secretary; Morric Finklehorn, treasurer and Miss Helen Jcholenberg, corresponding secetary. Those installed were chosen as temporary leaders at the club's irganization meeting at the home i) Frank Wcinstein last August. u, instein initiated the group of ?2 charter members, which has grown to 160. its present enrollment. Mi nday's entertainment was under the "charge of Mrs. Edna Burke. Emma Lazarus Chapter Emma Lazarus chapter of thp Business and Protossional w„m n of B'nai B'r.th outlined T year's social activities at tw regular meeting Tuesday £ in the card room of the L, ,V hotel Miami Beach A le ^ read from the family which Z group has adopted ln Europe .A, total of son "' 32 -<>00 Jew, i„ 2 European lands a,, lear, 0 become farmers, rr,echani B tailors, cobble,„ o arpenters J 438 training centers and hachsharoth supported by the Joint Distribution Committee, Workmen's Circle Hear Polish Orator Dr. Leo Finklestem. Polish scientist, 0 at n ind joui 1 will speak I ir Workmen I branches 699 and 692 of Miami and Miami Beach this weekend. Recent arrival from Poland, Dr. Finklestem is touring the W C Southern branches, starting in Miami and finishing In Galvi Texas. Subject of his Friday lecture at the Miami lyceum, 1545 S.W 3rd st, will be "Jewish Life in Russia." At Miami Beach lyceum. 25 Washington ave.. Sunday, he will discuss "The Jews as a Nation." Both lectures, delivered in Yiddish, will begin at 8 p.m. Dr. Finklestem is president ol the Jewish Literary Yeiom. WarSaw, Poland, and a member of the Polish-Jewish committee. He pent several years in Poland and 5 iviet Russia during the Hitler regime. Wih the help of the Joint Distribution Committee, nearly 40,000 Jewish children and young adults attend schools or universities in Europe. HAROLD S. SWEET ttEXTIST Announces the REMOVAL of His Office to Suite :U>8-9 Mercantile National Bank Bldg 420 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 5-0025 MIAMI BEACH is the Dk.si r • 1 ; G. K. KNOWLES \ I APPLIANCE SERVICE J % < EASY WASHER <| SALES and SERVICE % Repairs On ALL Makes of ] % Washers and Electrical | Appliances < t ALL WORK GUARANTEED \ Prompt Service <; 10 S.W. 17th Ave. Ph. 3-5660 Quick Starts FINEST SMOKED MEATS MADE FRESH EVERY DAY Wholesale and Retail 1^3 Florida National Kosher Provision D: Company Phone 3-4225 230 N. W 5th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Under the Supervision of R.ibbi Joseph E. Rackovsky R.mhi Moset Mescheloff Rabbi Murray Qrauar GRAND CONCERT SARAH BRACKEN CARNEY. Violinist Assisted by Harry Carney, Pianist ROSE ARONS. Meiio-Soprano MARCEL CHILAND, Tenor Assisted by Anyuta Melicov at the Piano JEWISH FOLK CHORUS Abraham Jenofsky, Exec. Secy Louis Powesky, Conductor (Ambijan)—Guest Speaker MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL, 1424 Drexel Av. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 16th AT EIGHT P. M. Sponsored by Greater Miami (Ambijan) Committee Admission SI.00 FROM A PUBLICLY-PRINTED PROGRAM (Copies mailed upon request — 730 W. Fiagler St.) "ENFORCE BILL OF RIGHTS" MrlV.nl *ivil liforrlirs ami rights ami freedom of all national and iiiinoi-ilv groups. ." Edwin E. Waller CANDIDATE MIAMI CITY COMMISSION (This ad paid for by "Jewish Peoples Committi for Edwin E. Waller as Miami City Commissi<> < Long Life mm ,,.< A RE-ELECT-FRED W. Dependability • Performance • Long Life T)|XIB TIRE CO P^ MIAMI MIAMI RFAIH • 101 S. W. First Street 5327 N. Miami Ave. 3S39 N.W. 17th Ave. MIAMI BEACH 945 Fifth Street 1&40 Alton Rood HOSEA A man whose name you know. A man whose service you know. A man whose sole aim has been to vance and support projects which benefit the people of Miami. Fred HOSEA'S 8V2 years service on *• Commission is your guarantee of his 1 ued performance. Elect FRED W. HOSEA to succeed him" •



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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14, 1947 **nislinr,rirfictr) PAGE FIFTEEN |1VE S OF OUR TIMES JESSIE FTHFI SA ^P !" #IS 15 THE MOVING TALE OF A YOUNG Ml WHO ROSE ABOVE A CHILDHOOD PARALYTIC AFFLICTION TO ([COME A NOTED ZIONIST, AUTHOR AND POETJESSIE WAS IOSN IN NEW VORK IN 1883, OF JEWISH PARENTAGE.HER HOME INFLUENCE DIRECTED HER TO THE UNITARIAN" CHURCH, BUT IN THE COURSE Of HER STUDIES, SHE WAS DRAWN TO THE OLD TESTAMENT. THIS BIBLE STUDY RETURNED HER TO JUDAISM, AND SHE SOON BE6AN TO OBSERVE JEWISH r -1 -A v, NOOMAN (ltd SOL NO. I. — %  *Ktk I IVN UPON HER GRADUATION FROM COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, SHE BECAME FRIENDLY WITH HENRIETTA S20LD, FOUNDER OF HtDASSAH. MISS SAMPTER IMMEDIATELY BECAME ACTIVE IN THE MOVEMENT AND WROTE IK JCH OF ITS EARLY EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL. STIRRED (V WHAT SHE HAD HEARD OF PALESTINE.MISS SAMPTER DECIDED TO 60 THERE AND DO WHAT SHE COULD TO AID THE ZIONIST CAUSE. DESPITE HER SEMI-INVALID CONDITION.SHE LEFT FOR THE HOLY LAND IN 1919/ THE F0U0WIN6 YEAR,FIRED WITH ENTNU 5IASM BY WHAT SHE SAW, MISS SAMPTER WROTE'A GUIDE TO ZIONISM -PORTRAYING TO TNE WORLD THE NECESSITY FOR A JEWISH HOMELAND. TAKING UP PERMANENT RESIDENCE IN PALESTINE, MISS SAMPTER DEVOTED HER TIME FROM 192419)4 TO RELIEF WORK AMONG YEMENITE JEWS -THE NEEDIEST IN THE COUNTRY. IH I9H,PUBLISHING*MODERN PALESTINE;MISS SAMPTER EXPRESSED HER COMPLETE ADMIRATION FOR THE HARDY PIONEERS WHO HAD RECLAIMED THE LAND OF THEIR FATHERS IN THE FACE OF GREAT OPPOSITION AND GREATER DIFFICULTIES. PRACTICING HER OWN BELIEFS, MISS SAMPTER SETTLED IN GIVAT BRENNER, A'KIBBUTZ,WHERE SHE CONTINUED HER WRITING. AT THE SAME TIME, SHE WORKED DAILY IN THE CONVALESCENT HOME SHE HAO BUILT FOR THE PIONEERS, USING HER OWN FUNDS/ THERE IN THE KIBBUTZ, MISS SAMPTER LIVED OUT HER DAYS SURROUNDED BY THE HAL OF THE INSPIRED NATION-BUILDERS. IN 1938, AMID MUCH GRIEVING FOR THEIR LOST AMERICAN FRIEND, THE COLONISTS OF 6IVAT BRENNER BURIED HER AMONG THE GARDENS SHE HAD LOVED BEST-WHICH SHE HERSELF HAD HELPED TO CREATE OUT OF ARID LAND s., Our Film Folk HOLLYWOOD—When Barbara Stanwyck first met writer Luther Davis for preliminary discussions about "B.F.'s Daughter," in which she is starring and for which he wrote thr screen play, she was so impressed by his youthful appearance I hat she promptly labeled him "Junior." Then the actress brought in a baby's high chair to MOM. She aJso rounded up an oversized baby bottle. When Luther, who is 31 but looks 21). visited the set for the first time Miss Stanwyck presented him with the assortment. Now Davis Is "Junior" to the rest of the cast. Incidentally, he is also the screen writer of Clark Gable's recent smash hit, "The Hucksters, which was based on the novel by Fredric Wakeman. • • Bill Brice, son of CBS'S "Baby Snooks" star Fanny Brice, recently put some of his oil paintings up for sale at a charity auction. fanny made it a point to put in the highest bid on each canvas so that the paintings would stay in the family. Young Brice will have his works featured in a one-man show this November. • • • When the Academy passes out the "Oscars" come next winter, let not the discoverer of the noiseless popcorn bag be dismissed without recognition. For film fans have Irving M. Levin, district manager of San Francisco Theatres, Inc., to thank for introducing a crackle-proof bag whereby patrons can munch away without fear of competing with the soundtrack, intentional or otherwise. Popcorn sales are now soaring, says Levin, and good will galore has been garnered. Although the bags cost seven times as much as the standard ones, the theatre executive emphatically states they're worth it. Payees echo the same comment. • Irving Berlin this week presented his latest patriotic com"Free" Estimates Cheerfully Given MIAMI STATION WAGON SHOP C A FISKE GEORGE GULGAS "STATION WAGON SPECIALISTS" 2253 N.W. FIRST AVENUE • • • PHONE 9-2341 position, "The Freedom Train" to the American Heritage Foundation. All royalities of the tune go to the Foundation, the purpose of which is to acquaint the American public with the advantages of this country. Irving says that he was faced with a considerable problem in writing the tune inasmuch as the public had its fill of patriotic numbers during the war. He consequently sought a light approach and came up with the jingle-likc •Freedom Train." • Phil Cohen, radio director-producer of the Jimmy Durantc program, has been borrowed by Charles Luckman to handle the radio phase of the publicity campaign for food conservation. He's currently in Washington. As a former member of a topranking advertising agency, Cohen handled Lever Bros, programs and became acquainted with the soap company president (Luckman). He was also radio head of the Office of War Information for a time and is thus experienced in Government publicity. Some 6,100 Jewish youths are in Joint Distribution Committeesupported vocational training classes in Rumania. 13 YEARS of Distinguished Public Service To All the People of Miami R E E L ECT JAMES A. DUNN To The Miami City Commission "Lets Get the Job DONE with DUNNI" SUPPORT HIM AT THE PRIMARY, NOVEMBER 18 GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 25 PAID POLITICAL AOV£RTIIMCNT FOR RENT OCEAN FRONT ROOM For Two People Kitchen Privileges M. A. Emanuel 918 Ocean Drive Apartment 10 ^eet *•* from *' qe At o DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripure ^ Water OELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 7 5c Plus Bottle Deposit> PHONE 2-4128 Copa Benefit to Aid Medical Organization Annual HMO dinner dance sponsored by the Miami Beach group of Greater Miami Chapter, Hadassah, is scheduled for January 4 at the Copacabana. Proceeds of the affair are to be used for the Hadassah Midical Organization which provides medical supplies and aid in Palestine. Information may be obtained by calling Chairman Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton. 5-1903( or cochairman Mrs. William Berstein, 5-4388. MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — M ADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Hare It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 ADAM, ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ TOUBY NTIHG CORP. J+. ffl % m Ji/jfOili 3-5000 LICENSED JwkuuREoCoimuoM 669 N.W.6*StraeL. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA MM



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PAGE SIXTEEN Jewish ftoridilati FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U Local Agencies Present Budgets Representatives of eight local beneficiary agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation appeared before the organisation's budget committee last Sunday in an all-day session at the Hotel White House to present their 1948 budgets and allocation requests. The meeting was presided over by Leon Kaplan, chairman of the Local Agency Sub-Committee of the Budget Committee. Other members of the sub-committee in attendance were Abraham Goodman, chairman; Sidney Lefcourt, David Isen, Gus Trau, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Ed Weinstein, Harry Seitlin, Max Meisel, Rabbi Murry Grauer, I. S. Shapoff, Joseph Duntov, Harry Rabe, Maurice Furman, Stuart Gordon and Victory Garvey, committee secretary. Organizations appearing and their representatives were: Miami YM-YWHA, M. J. Kopelowitz, Ben Essen, Murry Grossman and Dan Rosenthal; Bureau of Jewish Education, Louis Herman, Eli Hurwitz and Abe Gannes;' Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Stanlev C. Myers Mrs. Nat Williams and Mrs. Florence Finkelstein; Mt. Sinai Hospital, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Lester Barron; Miami Beach YM-YWHA, Carl Weinkle. Milton Sirkin, Archie Brick and Andy Polansky; Jewish Home for the Aged, Judge Harold Spaet, John Temple and Leo Allen. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Tamara Mizrachi Plan Tea at Cromwell Tamara chapter of the Mizrachi Women of Greater Miami are sponsoring a tea at the Cromwell hotel, 100 20th St., Miami Beach, Tuesday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Martin Rothschild, membership chairman, in collaboration with Mrs. Ted Landesman, has planned a skit on the work of Young Women in Mizrachi throughout the country. An address by Dr. David Andron and a musical program will follow. Mrs. I. L. Yulish is president of the newly formed group. Mrs. Emanuel Karger is organizational adviser to all Mizrachi groups in Greater Miami, senior and junior. REFORM Temple Israel. 137 N. E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening'services at B.IO. Members of the Sisterhood will participate in the observance ol Sisterhood Sabbath. Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Fridav evening services at H p.m. Rabbi Raab will preach on the subject "Marriage. InterMarriage. Mixed-Marriage." Sunday school at 10 a.m. The Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will deliver a sermon "When Should Education Stop?" 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 Sattbath services at 6:30. Regular morning services at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Trouble With Children." Intermediate service for teen age youth at 9 o'clock under the supervision of the Board of Education. Junior Congregation for children of Elementary school at 10, under the supervision of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush served to both Junior groups by a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S. I. Friedman. Mincha at 5:15 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school from 10 a.m. till noon. Daily school from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening Mincha at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning service at 8:30. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "Disharmony." Mincha at 4:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos with a program of Zmiros. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Maariv is at 6 p.m. Daily morning services at 7:30 followed by a cla^s in Mishna. Mincha at 5:15 p.m. the oriqinal JO/EM J.RAWl/On fat*M@#*m followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. Maanv at 6 p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S. w. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at a. ID p.m. A Z. A. Sabbath at 8 pm Saturday morning at O'clock. Mattlnw Kurt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beckei, will be at Bar M.tzvah. Sunday school 10 a.m. Hebrew school I daily from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S. W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer; Cantor 1 Abraham Behrman. Fridav evening services at D-JU p.m. Saturday morning 9:15 a.m. Youth Service will be dedicated to students of the Hebrew school. Norman Oanse and Alan Honig will chanl tie service. George Segal will give the sermon on the Weeklv Portion of the Law. Rabbi Grauer will also address the congregation. Refreshments follow tendered by Sidney Palmer and the Sisterhood. Mincha at 4:45 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school daily from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Belh David, 135 N. W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will diseuss 'Juvenile Delinquency and Paternal Authority." Services will be dedicated to the Sigma Rho chapter of AZA. President and representatives of t h e group will conduct the responses. Edward Tescher will outline the activities of AZA. Floral offering is made by Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Goldfield in honor of their daughter's recent marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rose will be hosts at the reception in the auditorium following services in honor of Mrs. Rose's parents. Dr. and Mrs. Safer, who are visiting them. Sabbath services at 8:3U a.m. Student services at 10:30. Mesdames Sam and Harry August will be hosts at the Bar 9Te*ftie*HUMfe et. ALL ALUMINUM OUTSIDE BLINDS Inside Control A QUALITY PRODUCT MADE IN MIAMI 18 DAY DELIVERY NO DOWN PAYMENT FHA TERMS Or, Up To 6 Yean To Pay FOR FREE ESTIMATE PHONE 9-3109or 9-3126 Weathermaster, Inc. OfflCtS AND SHOWROOMS 3700 BISCAYNE BLVD. Open 'lil 9PMSunday 8 to 5 TRULY NOLEN, Presidenl ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION Mitzvah breakfast club at 8:30 a m Sunday, in memory of their father. All boys and girls of 13 and over are invited to attend. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 5*30 p.m. Late Friday evening service 8:IS pm. In the absence of Rabbi Lchrman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, will conduct the service. Guest speaker will be Stanley C. Myers, honorary president of Greater Miami Federation. Saturday morning services at 9 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan will preach on "Who Am I?" AZA BBG Youth breakfast Sunday morning at 9 a.m. for boys and girls over 13. Guest speaker is Walter Kovner, president of the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith. Sunday school 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Religious school, Monday through Thursday, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. PreKindergarten school, Monday through Friday mornings, 9 a.m. till noon. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Andrew W. Gottschal, Florida Regional Director of the 1947 National Confer^nc7~o77lT" tians and Jews, wil] ^r* "Doing Someth,„ R Ah J* !" erhood." Reception follows si bath service at 10:45 a.m. Sunda, school at 9:45 for children'! 4% to 14*. High school^ h Studies. Sunday mor ?>J £X r 0Un P e "P'e ove r K Hebrew classes, alternate week" day afternoons boy. anri IT 7* to 13. NurseryM gj morning and afternoon sesZ children 2* to 5. K on High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN HEl MIS Thomas Venetian blindi in specially designed for Floridi use—durable and long luting. All blinds installed and guuanteed — prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 EISE>STEE\ • Realiu 7ce W '" { *' ve Pro^P* Personal Attention to All Your !" .rREAL ESTATE PROBLEMS 12 Yean of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Beach 1. Quick service, f,ee of red tapo. 2. No loan fees. Actual cost only. 3. Construction loans, no additional coft. Interest charged only as 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 nil u


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Miami, Fla
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November 14, 1947

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Eiidliiaun
NUMBER 46
Beach "Y"
Opens Drive For
Building Funds
Louis Heiman, general chair-
man of the Miami Beach "Y"
campaign announced this week
that "everything is in readiness"
Federations and Welfare Funds
Council Adopt 5 Point Program
PITTSBURGH, (JTA>A five-point program was adopted
here at the conclusion of a two-day session of the representatives
j |he 30 largest Jewish communities in the United States called
hy the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to plan
ways and means of meeting the 1948 obligations of American
Jewry to the Jews of Europe and Palestine. The program pro-
vides that:
1 The campaign executive
committee of the United Jewish
Appeal on which there is com-
munity representation should
counsel the UJA on the 1948 na-
tional goal-setting process in ad-
vance of the Atlantic City con-
ference and, subsequently, on the
procedure for establishing local
quotas.
2. For this purpose representa-
tives of the 30 large communities
not already directly represented
on the executive committee
should be invited to serve in an
advisory capacity.
3. In order tu achieve the com-
mon purpose >if the UJA and the
communities there should be a
closer working partnership be-
tween them through more fre-
quent meetings and greater use
of the executive committee by
the UJA for all policy decisions
by which the communities are di-
rectly or indirectly affected.
4. For the same ends there
should be greater use by the com-
munities of their representatives
on that committee in funneling
through them their suggestions
lor improved cooperative rela-
tionships for more effective cam-
paigns.
5. Ana for the same purpose
the community representatives
should report regularly to their
communities and to the Council
regions which selected them.
Speakers at the parley, who in-
cluded economists and social wel-
fare experts, outlined the magni-
tude of the task at home and
abroad. Isador Lubin, chairman
of the Technical Advisory Com-
mittee of the Council's Institute
on Overseas Studies, declared
that much will depend on other
sources in addition to American
Jewish voluntary agenciesthe
IRO, reparations and the restitu-
MIAMI, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 14, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Continued on Page 12)
LOUIS HEIMAN
tor the opening of the capital
funds campaign, November 15 to
November 25. The goal of $150,-
000, added to the same amount
pledged last year, will enable the
new building now under construc-
tion at 1536 Bay rd., Miami Beach,
to be completed and fully fur-
nished and equipped, he ex-
plained.
"Campaign kickoff" will be
held tomorrow night, 8:00 p.m., at
Heiman's home, 423 E. Rivo Alto
(Continued on Page 4)
PROPERTY STOLEN BY NAZIS
TO BE RETURNED IN GERMANY
WASHINGTON. OTA)A restitution law providing for the
return of property taken by the Nazis between January 30. 1933
mid May 8, 1945 through "transactions under duress arising
from discrimination because of race, religion, nationality, ideo-
jgy and political opposition to National Socialism" became ef-
fective in the American zone of Germany this week.
A join; release by the Depart-*^
mei of state and of the Army
""d 'he Office of Military Gov-
ernment announces the estab-
luhment of a Central Filing
Wncy (Zentralanmeldeamt) at
... Nauheim, Germany, through
n'ch claims to real estate, busi-
Em p,ruoperty. securities, personal
Co! cTlypes of property mfly
Und
t'on
up to December 31, 1948.
er terms of the law restitu-
may be made in kind or in
eol.nJTlarks which will not be
J^tible into dollars or other
eh exchane """til foreign
nange ls generally available
doll rs i'r P0SeS" M1 BVailable
being Germany are currently
and ^jSed for necessary imports
J^whtional millions of dollars
are being paid into the country
burden must be eased before any
dollars will become available for
restitution purposes, it is ex-
plained.
No provision is made in
(Continued on Page 4)
the
Lisl On File
Lists of displaced persons,
known to be in DP camps
throughout Germany, Poland and
Italy will remain on file at the
office of the Jewish Floridian,
120 N.E. 6th st. Those seeking
to locate relatives may consult
the lists from 1 to 4 p.m. daily,
Monday through Thursday when
volunteer workers from local
American Jewish Congress groups
will be on hand to assist.
"S.O.S. Day" Set
For November 30
"S.O.S Day," was set for No-
vember 30, by the executive com-
mittee of the Supplies for Over-
seas Survivors campaign in Miami
at a meeting in the Robert Richter
hotel Sunday morning.
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, chair-
man of the campaign, announced
that committees had been chosen
und plans formulated for the all
day collection. Central depot will
be announced following Sunday's
meeting of organization heads to
complete arrangements.
Canned foodstuffs, (excluding
soups), cocoa, baby foods, and
clothing in wearable condition
may be included in the bundles.
These will be picked up by vol-
unteer drivers during the ap-
pointed day.
Messages for pick-up service
will be listed at telephone calling
5-7461 at any time. Writing to
P. O. Box 1740, Miami Beach, will
achieve the same results.
Supplies will be sent to the re-
maining Jews in Europe as part
of the six million pounds aimed
at by the national S.O.S. cam-
paign.
U. $., Soviet Agree on Plan;
Ask Mandate End by May 1st
Independence by July 1st
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)A ten-point plan which bridqes the
gap between the American and Soviet proposals for implement-
ation of Palestine partition was agreed on this afternoon in the
four-nation working group. The plan, which was based chiefly
on Russian modifications of the Canadian compromise proposal,
was hailed by other delegations and by leaders of the Jewish
------------------------------------------------ Wunts Action
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman told his news con-
ference this week that some of
the recommendations in the re-
port of his Committee on Civil
Rights will form the basis for one
section of his message to Con-
gress at the opening of the forth-
coming special session
The President said that the
Committee had made a good re-
port and that he was looking for-
ward to a chance to read it very
carefully. He did not specify
which of the Committee's recom-
mendations he would discuss in
the message to Congress.
U.N. Works On
Reference Terms
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)For-
mulation of the terms of refer-
ence of the implementation com-
mission which the United Na-
tions would send to Palestine to
supervise partition was begun
No. 11 by the four-nation work-
ing group, following the agree-
ment reached the preceding day
on the composition of the body
and its relationship to the Man-
datory and the U. N. Security
Council.
The American delegation sub-
mitted a "working paper" as a
basis for the terms of reference.
The American document embod-
ied the UNSCOP recommenda-
tions as well as the points agreed
on Tuesday. The Soviet delega-
tion will study the "working pa-
per" and comment on it within
twenty-four hours.
With discussion in the various
working groups proceeding har-
moniously the Am.rican delega-
tion today predicted that within
several'days the full sub-commit-
tee on partition will be ready to
report to the Ad Hoc Committee
which met Nov. 11briefly and
(Continued on Page 4)
Community Census Canvass on Sunday
Greater Miami's first Jewish population survey since 1944 will
get under way this week-end, with 1,000 volunteer enumerators,
working under 100 captains and 10 majors, it is announced by M. J.
Kopelowitz, chairman of the census committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, which is conducting the census.
Urging the Jewish community "to stay home and be counted,"
Mr. Kopelowitz said the enumerators have been asked to call on
every Jewish family in Dade County with a questionnaire contain-
ing the following questions:
1. Name
2. Address
3. Do you own your home?
4. Sex
5. Age
6. Occupation
7. Business name and address
8. Education
9. Citizenship
10. Years in U. S. A.
11. Years in Dade County
12. Is Dade County permanent residence?
13. Number of months away per year
14. City of former residence
15. Religious preference.
Federation's Census Committee consists of M. J. Kopelowitz.
chairman, Mrs. Frances Danels, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Abe
Gannes, Louis Touby, Morris Jacobs, Mrs. H. Platoff, Norman Ross-
man, Max Meisel, Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Louis Glasser and Maurice
Grossman.
With Mrs. Frances Danels as sub-chairman for Miami and Mrs.
Harry Kaufman as sub-chairman for Miami Beach, the organization
structure of the census project is- as follows, at press time:
Majors: Mrs. Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Ben Essen, Mrs. Bernard Davis. Mrs.
George Oheitkoff, Mrs. Sidney L. Lewis, Mrs. Edward W. Welnsteln, Mrs. Carl
Sussklnd Mrs. Mildred Pomerance, Mrs. Joseph A. Berman and Mrs. Louis
Captains: Mrs. Louis Glllmnn, Mrs. Albert A. Green. Mrs. Emll J. Gould,
Mrs J I Bloom Mrs. Harry Schulman, Mrs. Joseph Fine, Mrs. Isidore Fine,
Mrs Henry Small. Mrs. Irving Adelberg, Mrs. Frank Kline. Mrs. Rose Borkln,
Mm lurk Aute Mrs Abe Aronovlts. Mrs. Lee Berkowlti. Mrs. Amos Benjamin,
Mrs.' Harry Diamond, Mrs. Jack Schlff, Mrs. Herbert Scher and Mrs. A. A.
"yAlso Mrs. Morris Dawn, Mrs. Sidney Stepkln, Mrs. Norman Welaman,
proval of a Jewish state at the
current session of the U.N. Gen-
eral Assembly. It provides for the
following steps:
1. The mandate for Palestine
shall terminate by May 1, 1948
and the armored forces of the
Mandatory power shall be with-
drawn by that date.
2. The independent Arab and
Jewish states shall come into
existence in Jalestine July 1, 1948.
or at such earlier date subsequent
to May 1 as the United Nations
commission, referred to below,
recommends and the Security
Council approves as desirable and
practicable.
3. A commission shall be ap-
pointed by the General Assembly
of three to five members repre-
senting small powers. (These
powers are to be chosen among
those favoring the partition plan.)
4. The functions of the commis-
sion shall be to implement the
measures recommended by the
General Assembly as follows:
(Details to be decided later, tak-
ing into consideration the recom-
mendation of the UNSCOP re-
port, the Soviet proposals of No-
vember 3, and any other proposal
that may be submitted during dis-
cussion.)
5. The commission shall assist
the Mandatory in the perform-
ance of its functions up to the
termination of the Mandate.
6. The commission shall be re-
sponsible for the administration
of Palestine in trie period, if any,
between the termination of the
Mandate and the establishment
of the two independent states.
7. The commission shall act un-
der the authority and guidance
of the Security Council.
8. The commission shall be
guided in its activities by the rec-
ommendations of the General As-
sembly, and by such specific in-
structions within the purview of
recommendations of the General
Assembly as the Security Council
may consider necessary to issue.
9. The commission shall render
periodic monthly progress reports
or more frequently, if desirable,
to the Security Council. (Further
clarification of the last two points
may be made by the working
group.)
10. During the period between
adoption by the General Assem-
bly of the resolution on Palestine
and the termination of the Man-
date, the Mandatory Power shall
be requested by the General As-
sembly to continue to be responsi-
ble for the maintenance of law
and order and the conduct of es-
sential public services in Pales-
tine.
u.a Pvied;i Kalsteln and Miss Freda Shifman.
Also Mrs Paul Weltzman, Mrs. Edna Quartln .Mrs. Maxim Hershey. Mrs.
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
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shortly to establish a Jewish Pro-
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learned here.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER u
Rare Religious Ceremonial Objects
To Be Displayed Here Dec. 1 To 7
Highlighting the observance of Jewish Book Month on the
locaUcene is ^collection of rare 16 to 13 century rehg^usere,
momal objects recently retrieved from the Nau. to bo d'sP^ed
m the Miami Beach public library. Dec. 1 to 7.Under&ausp^ce.
of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the two YM. WJJA
groups which sponsor the local Jewish Book Council, the exhibit
is designed to climax the many^------_------------------------------------
tributes which will be paid to
Jewish books this month by parti-
cipating cultral and civic organ-
izations.
B'nai B'rith Council recently
appointed Montague Rosenberg.
Miami Beach lodge, chairman of
the Council's Committee tor the
Observance of Book Month. Plans
of the committee include a re-
ception tor authors tenatively set
for NovembeV 29. which will be
devoted to a book review, exhibi-
tion of the treasure collection res-
cued from the Nazis, and sale of
autographed copies of current
best sellers. More than 2500 niem-
Wanted
Information is being sought of
Albert Chcrassy, on behalf of his
wife Rebecca, toward whose sup-
port'he has failed to contribute
since October, 1944, as a result
of which she finds herself in
great need. She is dependent
upon her married daughter for
aid. Albert Chcrassy, a native
of Turkey, was born on July 2,
1886, is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, has brown
hair, grey eyes, is a counterman
by occupation and is alleged to
be residing in Florida at the cur-
rent time. Anyone aware of his
location is requested to commu-
>cst sellers. More iiuiii w"u i..*-... .~_...... --->-;-- "
o- BVilh arP oxoectcd nicate with ttlC Natlonal DeSer"
bers ol Bna, Buth are expected ^ Bmcau_ m Nassau s, New
to lake part in these activities. | York, 7, N. Y.
Jews in Sports
lake Pitler, Brooklyn coach,
np nf the few coaches at
rhe recent sides who was not
accu^d of pulling any rock.
Third base mentors on both clubs
reallv fell asleep at the switch
s"verVt.mes putting then-teams
in bad holes. But good old Jak.e
was in there P*f**- "$:
Irv Mondschein. N. Y. U. an
around athlete, has been shifted
from end position to the bacK
Held to give the club more speed.
The VioteU won the,, first game
EM?* theBTDobeniste"n
SSI to bulwark the New
York Giant line despite the pres-
sure from several promising
rookies Lou Gordon, former
Cardinal 'football luminary is
now officiating on the rival Ail-
American Conference League .
Sid Luckman scored his teamis
sole touchdown against the cm
Cards recently on a long run
his first in many seasons' Two
t. d. passes were dropped by his
ends.
Miss Bertha Aldrich, librarian
at the Miami Beach public library
has consented to cooperate with
the Bureau of Jewish Education's
display at the close ol the month's
observance bj arranging a book
exhibit there at the same time
Radio programs, lectures, plays
and r< v ii are also scheduled to
mark the celebration.
Max Meisel is chairman of the
local Book Council; Mrs. Alfred
Mamlet, secretary; and Mrs.
Laura Sachs, in charge of publici-
ty Dan Rosenthal of the Y and
A p, Ganni 5, Director of the Bu-
reau, are also represented.
The literary celebration was or-
ganized by the Nati mal Jewish
Welfan B >ard and is being en-
joyi d by citizens of Great Britain.
South and Central America and
S nith Al
Two-thirds of the total Jewish
population of 180.000 in Hun-
gary depend on assistance from
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee.
Loral Delegation
Prepares For
Hadatisah Meet
Five young women from the
Greater Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah will join delegates
from the entire country when
the National Convention gathers
in Chicago, November 26 to 29.
Miss Doris Albin, president;
Miss Toby Cooper, vice-presi-
dent Miss Lucille Yagoda, treas-
urer; Miss Naomi Segal, corre-
spondence chairman, wiU repre-
sent the local group. Special al-
ternate is Miss Elaine Klein. Miss
Yagoda is also the secretary to
the Southeastern Region of Jun-
ior Hadassah.
Significance of the conference
is indicated in the program of
workshops, including psycho-dra-
matics and dynamics of Zionist
action, panel discussions and po-
litical reports, and religious cul-
tural and musical aspects of Ju-
daism. ... .
Local participants will also
visit and report on the Palestin-
ian exhibit in Radio City Music
Hall, New York. ____
Rabbinical Group
Create Domestic
Relations Council
Rabbinical Association of Gtcai
er Miami has established a tv
mestic Relations Council to m
every week for the purpo*
rendering advice on domesj
problems. ,t was announcedI h
Rabbi Moses Moscheloff m[
tary of the association.
"The Council will slrive .
bring the increasing number of
cases of family relations Z
marital problems, which come be
fore the rabbis of this area Z
guidance, the united thinking and
experience of the entire Rabbini
cal Association," Rabbi Mescheloff
explained.
First two meetings of the coun-
cil will be held from 10 a.m. till
noon December 1 at Beth David
and December 15 at Beth Jacob
Requests for appearance before
the group may be made to Rabbi
Mescheloff at 711 Lenox ave.
One out of every two of the
430,000 Jews in Rumania depends
on the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee for assis'.ance.
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PAGE THREE
Pioneer Women
Executive Visits
Miami Chapters
Mrs Clara Leff, national ex-
" 0{ the Pioneer Women s
f' nLtion. will be speaker at
OT.?nc Sl.bbat" presented by
a" Si M'^mi Pioneer Wom-
at the home of Mrs.
S'b odv. 1621 S.W. 11th Ter
J,v at 2 pm. Kadimah
STanJ CM.' 1 and 2 will
fllfXU coordinating body
sno local members, also honor-
2 Mrs. LcH at the home of Mrs.
Wbert H- B son Wednesday eve-
JJfand al a luncheon in the
Land rest, urant last Saturday
In tourinfi the country and
visiting chapters in many cit.es
Mrs Leff aiding in unifying
some 320 chapters of the Ameri-
can Pioneer Women. She has also
served as chairman of the New
tions. ,
Postwar rlans to make room tor
thousands of new women and
children in its institutions are
now a major concern of the
Working Women's Council: and
a project is ..lready well under
way for completing the 25 new
children's ho ncs for young refu-
gees to be reared as productive
citizens of their adopted home-
land. Fourteen of these homes
have been completed in the past
two year<.
The three local chapters, Club
I, Club II and the Kadimah
Chapter, are doing their share
for this special $250,000 Building
and Expansion Fund in addition
to their regular fund raising ob-
ligations k> the Palestinians to
whom over $1,000,000 has been
sent in the past year.
York Council as well as on nu-
merous committees within the
Labor Zionist movement.
In the years of the way the
Palestinian Working Women's
Council played a major role in
rallying the women of Palestine
to the war effort, its influence
enabling the enrollment of 20,000
women in the PATS (Women's
Corps ol the British Army in
Palestine Its training course in-
creased women's participation in
war industries and home defense,
and lb ten agricultural training
farms were an important asset in
the agricultural production of the
country Rescue units were or-
ganized and trained for liberated
Pioneer Club No. 2
Installs Officers Monday
Installation of officers is the
main activity scheduled by the
Pioneer Women for Palestine,
Club No. 2, Miami Beach at the
regular meeting Monday evening.
It will take place at 8 o'clock at
the Beth Jacob Congregation,
Washington Ave. and 3rd St.,
Mrs. Mania Shubov presiding.
Report from the delegates, Mrs.
Zelda Liebman and Mrs. Lena
Mintzes, to their national con-
vention in St. Louis will be made.
MRS. CLARA LEFF
areas in Europe, and today mem-
bers of the Council are in Europe
to help to ameliorate the plight
of the Jewish refugees. Rehabili-
tation of large numbers of refugee
women and children has been at-
tained through the facilities of
the Council's network institu-
Pioneer Women
Plan Installation
Installation luncheon of the
Pioneer Women for Palestine i6
scheduled for Tuesday, Novem-
ber 18, at 12:30 p.m. in the audi-
torium of Beth David, according
to Mrs. Claire Herzog, in charge
of publicity. Jointly sponsoring
the luncheon are Mrs. Anna
Block, in honor of her newborn
grandson, and Mrs. Pearl Raid-
man Krieger, honoring her re-
cent marriage.
Mrs. Clare Leff. visiting in Mi.
ami as a representative from the
New York office, who is well
versed in Pioneer Women work.
will be guest speaker. Mrs. Nor-
man D. Jacobs is to be mistress
of ceremonies. Mrs. Henry Sut-
lin. Mrs. Anna Bild and Mrs. Syl-
via Lerein will report on their
tenth annual national convention.
New Officers of
Hebrew School
Assume Duties
Recently elected officers and
board of directors of the Miami
Hebrew School and Junior Con-
gregation took over their first
meeting Tuesday evening at the
building. H. M. Drevich presiding
for the second year.
M. M. Apfelbaum is first vice-
president; Mrs. Louis August,
second vice-president; Mrs. Mor-
ris Ofsowitz, third vice-president;
Jack Stone, treasurer; Mrs. Max
Jacobskind, recording secretary;
Mrs. Nat Coulton, corresponding
secretary; and Mrs. Joseph
Schwadron, financial secretary.
Members elected to the board
are: Gershon August. Sam Blank,
Mrs. Nat Braunstein, Wm. Clein.
Herbert Feldan, Mrs. Herbert
Feldan, Hershey Glanz, Morris
Kotkin, Sam Kostoff, Mrs. Sam
Kostoff, Dr. E. Lindenbaum. Mrs.
E. A. Moss, Mrs. Sarah Stone,
George Stone, Harry Shear. Ben
Sokoloff. Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, E. L.
Becker, Mrs. Mary Wengrow. Ben
Nager, Ralph Bargteil, Ben Wein-
er, Dave Kleber. Mrs. E. L. Beck-
er, Max Jacobskind. Louis August,
Mrs. M. M. Apfelbaum, Mrs.
Harry Minkoff, Ben Effronson.
Mrs. Ben Effronson.
Next regular meeting of the
congregation is to be Wednesday.
November 19 at 8:30 p.m. A game
party followed by refreshments
is held there every Monday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock.
Children's Home
Appoints Aid
Children's Home Society of
Florida announced the appoint-
ment last week of George T.
Swartzott of Cleveland and Bos-
ton, as Associate Superintendent
to assist Marcus C. Fagg.
The announcement marks both
the beginning of the Society's
forty-sixth year of service to
Florida's homeless, orphan and
destitute children, and the com-
pletion of thirty-seven years that
"Daddy" Fagg has been State j
Superintendent. Over 53,000 chil-
dren, infants to sixteen years of
age, have been referred to the
Home Society for aid and care .
from every city, town and village
in Florida, since his arrival. ?
"We are exceedingly fortun-
ate," Fagg remarked, "in securing
the expert services of one of the
best trained, educated and ex-
perienced child welfare workers
in America to help our Society
render a greater and more ef-
ficient service to the needy chil-
dren of Florida. I predict a great
career for Mr. Swartzott, who
comes from a fine Kentucky and
Virginia background, familiar
with Southern traditions and
principles. We know our thous-
and of friends and contributors
will give him a real welcome."
GEORGE T. SWARTZOTT
Two Young J u d e a groups
have been organized at the
Beih Jacob Synagogue under
the leadership of Miss Selma
Lewis. They will meet Tues-
days at 7:30 p.m. and are open
lo children between the ages
of 9 and 15.
Game Party for DEBBS
DEBBS chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women will hold the
second in a series of game parties
at the home of Miss Hinda Cord-
ish, 2131 S.W. 21st st., Saturday,
at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds of the parties
are to be used for the annual
DEBBS Birthday Ball in the
Robert Richter hotel, December
20.
Admission tomorrow is open to
young men and members of the
chapter only.
Beach Schools Hold
Mother-Daughter Tea
Mother-daughter tea sponsored
by the Miami Beach Junior-Sen-
ion High School Sunday in the
school patio, was highlighted by
the appearance of Miss Florence
Lenore, teacher of speech and
drama.
Miss Lenore, who has done ex-
tensive research on "Parent-teen-
age" relationship, reviewed ex-
cerpts of the book she is writing
on "How to Live Together and
Like It." Several of her drama
students entertained with short
skits and monologues of the pro-
gram's theme of "adopting
daughters."
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, presi-
dent of PTA and Mrs Clarence
Cohn were chairman of the pro-
gram for which visiting princi-
ples were invited to attend with
their daughters and address the
grouD.
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EDITORIAL
POPfJLATtON SMRYEY
Ranking high among the major undertakings
in the community is the census of the Jewish
people in the Greater Miami area to take place
this Sunday. One thousand volunteer enumerators
are expected to take part. The population survey
presents a gigantic project and residents are
urged to stay home Sunday to assist these volun-
teers in doing the best job possible.
Jacob Sher. president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, under whose auspices and
direction the survey will be launched, summed
up the importance of the effort when he said,
"The census grows out of our realization that only
by knowing the community can Federation serve
it best. The census will represent the best
analysis of the community. ... It will supply
Federation and the community with up-to-the-
minute information about our rapidly growing
Jewish population.... It will make clear the fertile
field in this community for future work."
JEWISH HOOK MONTH
In the storm and stress period through which
the world is passing, this year's observance of
the annual Jewish Book Month, serves as a vivid
reminder of the kind of world wei would like to
perpetuate. In a world at war books have little
meaning or value. Only in an era of peace and
unity has a celebration such as Jewish Book
Month any significance.
Jewish Book Month is being observed by
hundreds of Jewish Community Centers and cul-
tural organizations in hundreds of cities. It is
marked by lectures, radio programs, discussions,
sermons, reviews, plays, articles, book fairs and
by numberless other programs. Those who parti-
cipate represent all strata and all shades of Jewish
opinion. .
When momentous events in the life of Jewry
are occurring on the world stage, the publication
at this time by the Jewish Book Council of the
1947-48 Jewish Book Annual is important. This
valuable survey of literary contributions of Ameri-
can and European Jews sharply underlines,
among other things, the fact that despite humihta-
tion and suffering the DP's are culturally alive and
ready to make a significant cultural contribution
to ihe world, if given the chance.
Jewish Book Month, by calling attention with
sharp clarity to important Jewish literary anni-
versaries, will serve to turn the mind of the Jew
to his great cultural heritage as it abounds in
lewish books. Jewish Book Month must inevitably
remind us of the great stake the Jewish people
have in the preservation of freedom and demo-
cracy. And indeed, moreover, the celebration
furishes us a clew why the Jews have survived,
for in it we see an inexorable and unshakeable
devotion to the bed-rock ideals that have survived
all world cataclysms and national aberations.
SOSSOSSOS
It is not too early to remind everyone to start
saving wearable clothing and canned foodstuffs
for the SOS Supplies for Overseas Survivors
which will be gathered here in a one day cam-
paign set for Sunday. November 30th. The humani-
tarian effort to alleviate suffering this coming win-
ter among the Jews in Europe must be successful.
It is not asking too much, despite the many calls
made on all of us, to give our discarded clothing
and a few cans of food. Start saving your con-
tributions now.
culture
The Miami Beach "Y" is seeking 8UpDQrt,
its 1947-48 Community Concert Series. ThU
program has been termed notable tu !
,. ine artitit
appearing are outstanding in the world r,f
Equalling any of the concert series to be prese
here the current season, the Community Cone!!
Series program far surpasses its previous attem*
to fulfill its obligation to the community 2 S
cultural field. *
For many years the cultural aspects of lb,
community program were neglected. The opr
tunity now presents itself to both further T
phase of the "Y's" activity and to enjoy a pmtj!
cularly fine program of artists. Don't miss it
A SAD COMMESTi HY \
A sad commentary on put lie lethargy wo
the utter lack of attendance by the public at lot
Sunday's all-day session of the budget committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Speci-
fically arranged to allow for public participation,
the deliberations on the requested allocations by
our major local agencies were qu-en no heed by
contributor or resident. With the time and the
place opportune, the gripers with their comments
and criticisms could have had their day in court.
It is the same old story. We criticize our
public office holders and fail to register and vote-
thereby exercising our rights in choosing these
individuals. We condemn and tear apart the
heads of organizations and charqe them with dis-
regard for public fundsand fall down on the job
when it comes to availing ourselves of the knowl-
edge that we may know whereo! we speak.
UN Begins Work on
Terms of Reference
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lacking. C h a i r m a i Ksa
Pruszynski of the partition sub-
committee reported that his
indariea and an
. mic unn airman Sir
B'nai B'rith Women
Fete New Members
Miami Beach chapter of B"nai
B'rith Women will fete new
members at a "member-bring-a-
memb luncheon, Tuesday
1 noon at the Atlantis Root. Mrs.
' : Harold Turk, membership chair-
man, announced that invitations
are issued to all members urg-
ing them to bring, as guests, one
hi more new members. Club dues
Abdullah Zafrullah Khan of the
nating Arab
I the report wlM S( ;.V(. ^ l: (. only admission
complete but cnarge, and will be accepted at
of his sul -com-
mittee have instructed him to
submit iltaneously
with that of the partition group.
Workmen Circle Youth
branch 699 oi Miami will meet
at the Lyceum. 1545 S. W. 3rd
St., November 17 at 8:30 p.m.
Election of officers is sched-
uled to take place Plans will
be formulated for the installa-
tion dinner to be held at Jim-
mie's on the Trail, December 6.
Reservations for the affair may
be made by calling Mrs. E.
Weiner 3-9913.
the door.
Board members, officers and
es, who an- catering the
will act as hostesses
and waitresses, Mrs. Turk has
been assisted with the general
arrangements by Mrs. George Ta-
lianoff, Mrs. Dave Alpert and
Mrs. David Harris.
The afternoon's entertainment
includl s an original skit "Bill of
Fare," written by Miss Freda
Shifman, program chairman;
Elsa Kesden, Miami Beach lyric
soprano; and several dance num-
bers by Rose Ducoff. Mrs. Hor-
tense Arvan will be accompanist.
Off The Record
BIGOTS AND BUGLES .
The professional pied pipers of hate are wallowing in wealth
these days We wonder whether the money they collected
from innocents, dupes and lunatic fringe elements has been
accounted for in their income tax returns Certainly this is a
matter within purvey of Federal investigation The infamous
international anti-Semitic trinityAberg of Sweden, Beamish
of South Africa and Arcand of Canada is reported functioning
primarily through financial assistance it gets from America
The Daily News, largest repository of columnist OTDonnel's
filth, must have been in one of its rare penitent moods last
month when it allegedly suppressed an O'Donnel blast against
the "boys" of the Supreme Court, who, according to O'Donnel,
must decide whether seditionist William Dudley Pelley is a
political prisoner O'Donnel the just is bursting with in-
dignation that Pelley, the would-be Hitler of America, is still
behind prison bars Philadelphia theatres showing "The
Outlaw" and "Forever Amber" were threatened by Cardinal
Dougherty with a year's boycott by that city's 1,000,000 Catholics
if they dared exhibit indecent films We pick no quarrel
with religious leaders who would shelter their flock from in-
decent films But it occurs to us that if such drastic measures
had been taken against the "Coughlinites" in and out of robe
whose indecent conduct is a denial of the very basic tenets of
Christianity, the admittedly un-Christian anti-Semitic movement
in the United States might not have made the strides it made
in the large cities of America.
IkVsHll V 0|MIIS
Ituilffiiig Drive
(Continued from Page 1)
dr., in the form of a cocktail
party for the workers.
At a worker's rally Wednesday
night, at the temporary "Y" head-
quarters, room 233. Mercantile
National Bank Building, pledge
(aids and campaign material
were distributed. The temporary
offices are being used through
the cooperation of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Susskind. Miami Beach "Y"
supporters.
Planning committee is com-
posed of Carl Weinkle, George
Bertman, Carl Susskind. Judge
Joseph A. Berman, A. Budd Cut-
ler, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Harry
Zukernick, Archie Brick, Max
Meisel, Irving Frankel. Nat Hank-
off, and Samuel Rivkind.
The new building, on a plot
450' x 650', facing on Biscayne
Bay. will include an auditorium,
meeting rooms, library, men's and
women's athletic facilities, and
kitchen. A swimming pool, bas-
ketball court, softball diamond,
nursery school equipment, and
home camp will also be provided.
Officers of the Miami Beach
Y M. & W.H.A. are Harry Zuker-
nick, honorary president; Carl
Weinkle. president; George Bert-
man. Archie Brick. Samuel Riv-
kind and s W. Shapiro, vice pres-
idents; Leo Huberman, recording
secretary; Mrs. E. J. Weinstein,
esponding secretary; Mrs.
Carl Susskind, financial secretary,
and Milton Sirkin, treasure)
\azi Property
To Uv Rentored
(Continued from Page 1)
by the U. S. Government to fi-
nance further imports necessary
for occupation purposes and this
law for the restitution to Jewish
organizations of money accruing
from heirless Jewish property.
Within the next few weeks, how-
ever, another regulation of the
law will be completed which will
designate a central Jewish or.
ganization to "succeed to" heir-
less Jewish property and to dis-
tribute any funds accruing from
it among Jewish organizations
for use in assisting persecutees.
Section 10 of the law provides
that no property shall revert to
the German state but shall either
be returned to its rightful owner,
if living, or to a "successor or-
ganization" designated by the
American Military Government.
The law follows several months
of effort by AMG officials to cre-
ate a quadripartite law effective
in all four zones in agreement
with the other three occupying
powers. Failing this, it was de-
cided on October 16 to effect a
zonal law in the American zone
only. The law which became ef-
fective today appl ies only to prop-
erty presently in the U. S. zone
of Germany. It does not apply to
property in the City of Berlin
where it is still hoped a quad-
ripartite law c in lie worked oul
If this prove.-. Impossible an at-
tempt will be made to extend the
measures of the zonal law to the
U. S. sector of Berlin.
Sisterhood c! Miami JewWi
Orthodox Congregafion di-
cussas the preparation of a
large banquet cloth for th new
building at their November II
membership tea. According
Mrs. Elixabeth Karp, chairman
of th* project, names of H
members and i fiends will N
placed upon the cloth.______
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^iv^QVEMBER 14. 1917
bitzers"Honeym0n
I ftt Jamaica
u and M. Arthur J. Selt-
, ^^2 wedding took placeita
feSS Plaza hotel November
-mooning at Mon-
She is the
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PAGE FIVE
I, arc now
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Hav "'lica- She ,S lnC
6gl; \i. H,slyn Geiserman,
i Jf 344 n- E. 26th St.
,B,^s parent., Mr. and M..
JSlUr ""me from New
v rk for Hi -vcning ceremony,
51 was followed by dinner
fiVpto in the hotel. Robbi
MaxSh. : officiated.
Mrs Geiserman was matron of
.(,, r daughter and Miss
S An. .ameister, maid of
o Masses Chech.1 and Hei-
J^0 G baum served as
jrt!t 'atl-r was best
man Harlan Ullman was ring
ftrand Sally Fradin, flower
girMrs seltzer attended schools
in New Y k and Miami, and
Florida State I'niversity. He is B
navy veti and former student
of Hunter i ollege.
Upon their return from Jamai-
ca, the coi 'lc will reside in Mer-
ric'k, L. .
Barbara Nertz Selects
June For Wedding
June I::- been decided upon
for the w< Iding of Miss Barbara
Nertz and Sidney A. Wein, whoso
engagenv is being announced
DV |h, if the bride-elect,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nertz, of
Long Island, N. Y. Wein is the
son of M id Mrs. Mortimer E.
Wein, Di Lido Island.
Miss Ni '' plans to receive hei
degree in ine from Queens Col-
lege whi I she is attending at
present. Hei fiancee, a graduate
of Mian. Beach High school, is
a student at Lafayette college.
Easton Pa., where he is archon
of Pi Lambda Phi raternity. He
served as ,latf sergeant with the
82nd airborne division and wears
the Pre- ntial Citation, Purple
Heart and d( conations of the Hol-
land ami Belgian governments.
Wainer Mendelson Wed
nie Wainer and Max
were united in holy
Cicinnati. Ohio, Oc-
The couple followed
ge by an eight day
en route to Miami,
dolson is a former
Miami Beach. Her
a retired Cincinnati
.m.
de at 1244 Pennsylva-
iami Beach.
Becker Bar Mitzvah
Saturday at Hebrew
School-Jr. Congregation
Mr. and Mis. Edward L. Becker
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Matthew Kurt, this
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in
the new auditorium of the Miami
Hebrew School and Junior Con-
gregation.
Matthew is recording secretary
of the Junior chapter of the Con-
gregation. He has been elected
to the National Junior Honor So-
ciety of Ada Merritt school where
he is also a member of the band.
Mrs. Mil
Mendels".
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MATTHEW KURT BECKER
Samuel April will assist the
Bar Mitzvah conduct Sabbath
services and Rabbi Simon April
will respond to the confirmand's
address.
Open house reception will be
held Sunday at the congregation
at 3 p.m. Out-of-town guests ex-
pected are: Mrs. Rebecca Becker,
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Kullback, Westfield,
Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kull-
back, Monticello, N. Y.; Dr. and
Mrs. Solomon Kullback, Wash-
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Personally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaplan from Passaic, N. I., are visiting
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan. They
plan to make their new home in Miami.
* *
Joe Scheinberg has returned from a business trip to Chicago.
* *
S. A. Goodman, Shepard Broad and Ed Singer left Wednes-
day to inspect a new site for the Brandeis camp in the Smokies
which they hope will be open next summer. From there they
went to the Conference of the Southeastern Zionist Region in
Nashville which begins today.
* *
Sam Nuesner, publisher of the Hartford Jewish Ledger, is
back home after spending a week in Miami Beach.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher have moved to 2260 S.W. 28th
si., Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Montague T. Alterman have come from New
York to spend a month with Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Alter-
man's sister.
* *
Mrs. Ida Orlansky is back home at 1306 S.W. 6th st. where
she is recovering from a relapse after a recent illness. She was
at Jackson Memorial hospital.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack celebrated their 36th wedding
anniversary last week with their children, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Decky, and sister, Mrs. Lena Rubenstein. The Spivacks live at
905 Michigan ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Joseph Hittleman, composer-pianist from New York, will
spend the winter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hittle-
man, 760 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables. Mr. Hittleman is the
operator of the Antilla hotel in the Gables.
* *
Mrs. I. H. Coyne came to Miami from Newark, N. J., for the
unveiling services of her mother, Mrs. Pauline Kessler, which
take place Sunday. She is visiting with her sisters, Mrs. Dora
Lieberman and Mrs. Isador H. Langner.
* *
Back from an extended trip in the north are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Aarons, 4200 Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach. They were
accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Ida Hirsch, and her sister,
Mrs. Harvey Boxer, and children, Francince and Jay. Mr. Boxer
remained in Miami Beach for the summer.
* *
A daughter, Geri Jane, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray
G. Cohen of 1838 S.W. 21st terr., October 29 at the Jackson
Memorial hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Isador
Cohen, pioneer Miamians.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Sholem Asch are making their winter home
on Hibiscus Island, Miami Beach.
* *
Home after a summer vacation in Monticello, N. Y.. are Dr.
and Mrs. J. M. Rosenthal of Miami Beach. Dr. Rosenthal has
reopened his offices at 420 Lincoln rd.
* *
Harold Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cole, was born
at the Jackson Memorial hospital, November 4^ The tas was
performed by Rabbi L. Lehrer Tuesday at their home, 400 N.W.
14th ave. Lou Seitlin is the Godfather.
* *
Mrs Cecil Myers is visiting with her son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers for the winter. She will be
joined by her husband next month. _______________
Aronoff's Announce
Daughter's Betrothal
Engagement of Miss Lea Aron-
off to Gerald Karp was an-
nounced by her parents at a re-
ception in their home, 1342 S. W.
4th St., November 2. He is the
son of Mrs. Rose Karp, 1144 S. W.
27th ave
Miss Aronoff attended Miami
LEA ARONOFF
Senior High and Weber College,
Babson Park, Florida. She is a
member of AVC auxiliary and
the Workmen's Circle Youth
Group. Karp is a graduate of Mi-
ami High and a veteran of the
Army Signal Corps, having
served 25 months overseas.
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Letters To The Editor
Food tor Thought
An Open Letter to the "Jewish
Floridian":
It is very gratifying to learn
that three outstanding members
of our Jewish community are
leaving for Europe these days in
order to find out about the dis-
placed persons over there and in
order to ease their lot as much
as possible, I am sure that their
efforts will help a great deal, and
our best wishes are with them
for the success of their important
mission. But we hope that their
trip will mark the beginning ol
a new treatment of Nazi victims
here in our community, too. For
otherwise it seems a little bit
peculiar to spend a large amount
of money in order to help the
displaced persons in Europe
while just these displaced per-
sons as soon as they came to
Miami receive the most shame-
ful treatment 1 am able to think
of.
There an a lot of sermons and
speeches in synagogues a nd
churches, over the radio and in
public meetings deeply deplor-
ing the unfortunate victims of
human haired and cruelty. But
as soo : these victims,
|i i ited t ni m cur:.
camps and underground life.
thanks to the help of JDC and
Hias, enter this country, nothing
of the pity and compassion so
often ai d so loudly proclaimed
to be left. There is no re-
ligious congregation in this com-
. feeis the ni i
give a si tion ol wel-
i >t There aren't
t well
religii Th< re are no
h invited those p ople
to thi is no
. i citj T
m effort to make thi
quainti ami, to n
them acquainted with people
them forget the
I hem.
'! ere snot
ancial sup-
port in ci The work-
Service B
it th< y
But thi v aren't allow
do more than theii routine .
ide to help t hes e
studies
or starting a new cur. r aci
abilities ol the individ-
ual Nobody tries to find a real
job fo schol-
ips. There is no amoUl '
money available foi i sight-
ed help. I know several of these
displaced persons personally. Foi
their sake I hope this all will be
changed immediately now. Or
is tins trip to Europe in behalf
of the displaced persons nothing
but a silly farce? I hope very
much that it is not.
DR. HANS MARGOLIUS.
Truth Above All!
Editor, Jewish Floridian:
I liked your coverage of Rabbi
Zwitman's sermon in your paper.
' I also appreciate, like many oth-
; ers, your editorial commendation
which you gave him on the han-
dling ol the matter, but I would
like to take issue with three
statements in your editorial.
1Your editorial states that
this is an old matter since Rev
Smith has made anti-Semitic
statements before.
True, but that is exactly the
reason w h y Rabbi Zwitman
showed his special courage in
answering Rev. Smith. If this
was Rev. Smith's first offense.
we would say, 'Leave him alone.
I it was a slip, anybody can make
1 a mistake.'" But. you say you have
a big file on Rev. Smith. If that
is so, why did not other Jewish
organizations answer t h e anti-
Semitic statements which Rev.
Smith had in the Herald?
2You say in your editorial
that you are not sure of the re-
sults, and yet in the same issue
other page, you print a re-
port of an apology by Rev. Smith
and a statement resulting from
I Zwitman's article in the
Herald that Rev. Smith said in
his sermon "I am not anti-Jewish
and I don't want to be known
as anti-Jewish."
4 You say in your editorial
that Rev, Smith will have got-
ten the publicity he desires out
of this discussion. That is not so.
The Herald printed Rev, Smith's
article OH October 13; sii.ee then
Rev. Smith'.- name has not been
mentioned in the Herald. The
tactful handling by Rabbi Zwit-
n ai of the entire case made the
i print a long article head-
lined "Rabbi Sees Danger to All
Sects if Hatreds are Permitted to
Grow." Since that article ap-
i. it n interesting to note
tl -even ]i tters to the e litor
have appeared in the Herald on
Zv.it man's article, that
mentioned R e V .
- name at all. and that all
of them mentiom d Rahbi Zwit-
: ante and gave him pub-
licity and finally the Herald on
Tuesday, November 4. earned an
editorial note giving Rabbi Zwit-
complete victory in the
"Buckley Bill Discussion."
It :- interesting to i ote that
' i only paper that gave Rev.
Smith headline publicity was the
I Jewish Floridian, which last
Fridav October 24, carried the
headline "Rabbi Zwitman An-
swers Rev, Smith." The Jewish
Floridian, however, does not cir-
culate among Rev. Smiths
friends and I do not think the
publicity he got by having his
name in the headlines helped
him a bit.
In all fairness to the issue. 1
think you ought to print this let-
ter and comment upon it. but if
you do not care to comment, then
you ought to P'int it in the in-
terest of truth.
DR. M. B. CIRLIN.
Rev. Smith has apologized be-
fore.Editor.
(.r.ilif <<'
Editor, Jewish Floridian:
Bung a refugee from Europe,
I arrived in Miami in the begin-
ning of September, 1947, and my
first step was to the office of the
J. wish Social Service Bureau of
Greater Miami, 127 N. W. 2nd St.
Entering the office, I was guided
to a certain Mrs. G---------.
"We want you to laugh again"
these were her words to me
and I guess I never will forget
them. Long time had passed that
somebody talked to me in this
way.
After telling me that a room
in a hotel had been reserved for
me, she gave me financial sup-
port for the next few days, asking
me to come the following morn-
ing to discuss my professional
intentions.
The kindheartedness of this
caretaker was not happening but
once. Even after getting my first
job, I was asked to come again
whenever I would have some
problems. Well, I have a room,
1 hope to make my living, but
I want to confess only by t h e
help and consideration of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau ol
Greater Miami and especially by
the motherliness of Mrs. G---------,
I have been able to start a new
life in a new^country.
JULIUS KUTTNER.
From Paris
A postal card mailed from Pa-
ris by Harry Simonhoff, Miami
attorney, now on tour of Europe,
was received this week by the
Jewish Floridian. It read: "Spent
10 interesting days in England
and Scotland. Have an airplane
reservation for Palestine sched-
uled to leave November 13. Had
to take two shots of vaccine
against cholera; othewise no trip.
Such are orders. Paris has as
many Jewish organizations as
Miami, and that is saying a great
deal The dead in Eastern Eu-
rope are gradually forgotten. The
living must go on. Why? ."
All Request Program
Because of many requests each
week to the Yiddish Classical
Hour for favorite musical selec-
tions, Director Morris Nasatir has
designated this week for an "all-
request" program
Featured on the program will
be Mischa Elman, Joseph Szi-
geti. Yosele Rosenblatt, Isa Kra-
mer, Sidor Belarsky and many
other favorite artists.
The classical hour is heard
over Station WINZ every Sun-
day, 12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
As < kapter Xam,
Newly organized Trr,
lodge of B'nai B'rith e^'
manent officers and chose tS
chapter title last Monday 2
Irving Cypen was named 2
dent of the group for the ,
Other oficers include A Burid
Cutler, vice president; ^
Selk, recording secretary H
bert Silver, corresponding' *
tary; Ralph Gordon, treasury
and Evan Stein, warden.
The lodge, composed primaril,
of young men, has an apprMl.
mate membership of 40 j.,.
meets at the Miami Beach ].
ish Community Center Monday
evenings at 8 o' lock. They have
applied for a charter from
tional which is expected within
two weeks.
Board of Education of Beth
Jacob Religicus School formu-
laled plans last night. for t
public examination of the chil-
dren of the school. The meet-
ing was held at the home ol
S. F. Freedman, Miami Beich.
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NOVEMBER 14, 1947
FRIDAY,
Hebrew Academy Schedules Added
Classes; Enrollment Reaches 95
The Hebrew Academy has made arrangements to add
Hditional classes for the coming semester commencing Feb-
niary li according to a release by the organization. The un-
precedented demand for the enrollment of children of various
Jewlsti fh,in-,r
PAGE SEVEN
ages
_ and classes whom the school has been unable to ac-
winmodate until now, made the step necessary. Additional
classes will include a 5th grade^----------------------.------------------------_
dedicated to a constructive and
useful American way of life. I
am persuaded that we are ad-
vancing in that direction."
0f boys and girls, as well
group
a new IB class, in addition to
the current 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th
classes and several kinder-
and pre-kindergarten
grade
garten
groups.
Objective of the Hebrew Aca-
demy is an educational program
which offers to the children of
the community a highly progres.
sive English education, in syn-
thesis with an intensive Hebrew
training. In addition, the school
offers special classes in music and
music appreciation, art and
dramatics. The staff of the Eng-
lish department is composed of
instructors accredited by the
Board of Public Instruction of
Dade County and the State of
Florida.
Among its facilities, the com-
munity project has large airy
classrooms, 350 seat auditorium,
dining hail where hot luncheons
are served, library, outdoor ath-
letic field, and transportation in
their own fleet of buses to and
from schi/ol.
Although there are over 100
similar educational institutions
throughout the country with over
18,000 students receiving this in-
tegrated education, the Hebrew
Academy is the only one of its
character in the entire southeast-
ern part of the United States.
Officers uf the Hebrew Aca-
demy include: Dr. David S. An-
dron, president; A. M. Bear, Jos-
eph Roscnzweig and Ira Rosenz-
weig, vice-presidents; Samuel M.
Grundwerg. treasurer; Sam Rein-
hard, financial secretary; Aai*bn
S. Lauer, secretary; and Harry
Levitt, Louis Miller, Jacob Stein-
berg, Mitchell Reiner, Isadore
Goldberg. Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky
is medical director. On the Rab-
binical Advisory Board are:
Rabbis Irving Lehrman, Joseph
Rackovsky. Moses Mescheloff,
Murray Gruuer, Max Shapiro and
Leon Krorvsh.
In discussing the unusual prog-
ress made by the Academy during
the short period of its existence,
Dr. David S. Andron, president
of the Academy stated: "Only a
few weeK, ago the Hebrew Aca-
demy came into being. In this
short time it now boasts an en-
rollment of 95 students who come
from some of the finest and most
representative American Jewish
homes in our community."
"It is almost unbelievable to
0*rve the progress made by
children, some of whom two
months ago did not have the
slightest appreciation or interest
n matters fundamental to the
Mure and continuance of Amer-
lcan Jw*h life. The primary goal
envisaged by the founders of our
'nstitutiur. was to mold and
lasnion a generation of young
men and women, informed cul-
l^ly, enriched spiritually, and
Buffet Supper
For Hebrew School
A buffet supper and card party
to be held at the Miami Hebrew
school and Junior Congregation
November 23 at 5:30 p.m., was an-
MRS. LOUIS AUGUST
nounced this week by Mrs. Louis
August, newly appointed chair-
man of the ways and means com-
mittee.
Committee for the affair that
met at the home of Mrs. August
last night include: Mrs. Ben
Sokoloff, Mrs. Dave Kleber, Mrs.
Joseph Schwadron, Mrs. Max
Jacobskind, Mrs. Herbert Feldan,
Mrs. Hershey Glanz, Mrs. Morris
Ofsowitz, Mrs. E. A. Moss, Mrs.
Nat Coulton, Mrs. Nat Braun-
stein, and Mrs. Sam Kostoff.
The Joint Distribution Com-
mittee supports 68 yeshivoth and
seminaries in Palestine.
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IDA Conference
Representatives of Miami Jewry
and nearby areas will take part
at the Second Annual National
Conference of the Joint Defense
Appeal (JDA) to be held in Phil-
adelphia January 3, 4 and 5, at
the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel.
Preparing for their part, the Flor-
ida communal leaders pointed out
that community participation in
every problem relating to the
fight against anti-Semitism will
be the theme to keynote the na-
tion-wide assembly.
Among those from this area
planning to attend, all of whom
are members of the JDA Nation-
al Council or National Executive
Committee, are: Abe Aronovitz,
Maurice Gusman, Burnett Roth,
and Harold Turk; also Jack Kap-
ner of W. Palm Beach. Additional
members are expected to join
them.
The JDA is the fund-raising
arm of the American Jewish
Committee and the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, mak-
ing possible their expanded pro-
gram of combatting bigotry and
prejudice in the United States.
This year the JDA is driving to-
ward a national goal of $6,000,000.
Southern Conference
Presents Piano Concert
Mario Braggiotti and Jack
Chalkin, duo pianists, are appear-
ing in Miami under the auspices
of the Southern Conference for
Human Welfare. According to
Mrs. Leo Sheiner, acting chair-
man of the concert committee,
the performance is scheduled for
Bayfront Park auditorium on De-
cember 10.
The renowned team is enthusi-
astic about modern jazz which
they believe is destined to sup-
plant the immortal jigs and
waltzes of Chopin and Bach.
Their repertoire, however, in-
cludes Ravel, Stavinsky, Gersh-
win, DeFalla, Bach, Chopin and
Debussy.
You help the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee when you give
to the United Jewish Appeal.
Kessler Unveiling
Unveiling to the memory of
Mrs. Pauline Kessler will take
place this Sunday at 2 p.m. in
Woodlaw cemetery. She was
the mother of Mrs. Isador Lang-
ner and Mrs. Dora Liebefrman,
of Miami, and Mrs. I. Henry
Coyne of Newark, N. J., who is
here for the unveiling. Friends
of the deceased are asked to be
present.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will offi-
ciate at the ceremony. Harry
Gordon of the Gordon Monument
Co. is in charge of arrangements.
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee supports 280 medical institu-
tions in behalf of Europe's Jews
II
Aged Auxiliary Plans
Musical Program Meeting
Miami Beach auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged has
planned a musical program and
address for their regular meeting
Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., at the Robert
Richter hotel. Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry will preside.
Leo Allen, newly appointed ex-
ecutive director of the Home, will
discuss "The General Problem of
the Aged in America." Miss
Emilie Carmazie, mezzo-soprano
and pupil of Gladys Muse, will
highlight the musical entertain-
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Burris, Roth Local Presidents
To Attend Zionist Regional Meet
Presidents Jack Burris of Miami Beach District and Burnett
Roth of Miami will be among delegates and guests of the South-
eastern Zionist Region which is celebrating its tenth anniversary
with a conference in Nashville, Tenn., this weekend.
Other representatives of the beach group are Shepard
Broad, chairman of the site committee for the Southern Brandeis
Camp in the Smoky Mountains,*-
S. A. Goodman, Ed Singer, Sey-
mour Rubin and Alex Van
Straaten. Hyman Sootin, Rabbi
fjmistncridian
Max Shapiro, and Leo Rosen
make up the Miami delegation.
Other districts from Florida as
well as Georgia, Tennessee. Ala-
bama. Mississippi. South Carolina
and Louisiana will also be repre-
sented when the convention
gathers in the Andrew Jackson
hotel today.
Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman
of the Z.O.A. administrative com-
mittee heads the array of visiting
notables from the national move-
ment.
Highlights of the event include
the presidential address and of-
ficial opening of the conference
by Abe Berkowitz of Birming-
ham. Saturday evening; a poli-
tical session, led by experts of
:!. Southeastern Region who
recently visited Palestine: a
panel on regional organization
composed of the presidents of the
Southeastern. Southwest and Sea-
sons; election of officers
for 1948; and a performance by
the famous Hebrew dance team
. iva and Berk at the ban-
Also included on the agenda of
the conference are plans for the
_ in-wide membership
aign, adopt.on of quotas for
I ii An i : ican Bionist Fund, and
nal youth work. The Jewish
National Fund session will mark
the completion of the Ike Abelson
Forest of ten thousand trees.
which have been planted by the
region in Palestine in honor of
the outstanding Birmingham
leader.
Maurice Davis and Maury Low-
enthal of Nashville are co-chair-
men in charge of local arrange-
ments.
Washington Scene of
Fagan-Cohen Nuptials
Miss Ruth Fagan will become
Mrs. Seymour Cohen tomorrow
in Washington, D. C. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Fagan. 4100 N. W. 14th St.,
Washington, and he is the son
of Mr and Mis. Samuel A. Cohen,
1864 S. W. 14th Terr., Miami.
The bride-elect is president of
District 5 of B'nai B'rith Young
Women, and vice chairman of
Washington BBYW council. Hav-
ing attended Wilson Teachers
college. Miss Fagan is a member
of Sigma Gamma Delta sorority.
Cohen is t:-e current national
president of B'nai B'rith Young
Men. A graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida, he has spent
three year- doing experimental
research work for the Navy De
purtment in Washington.
After the wedding the couple
will reside in Philadelphia where
they are both furthering their
studies in social welfare work.
PEST
CONTROL
Todd-Kahn Choose
Nov. 30 For Ceremony-
Miss Violctte Todd of Forest
Hills, N. Y., and Arthur M. Kahn
of Miami Beach, have set No-
vember 30 as their wedding date.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Todd. Forest Hills, the bride-
elect is a graduate of Hunter col-
lege and a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi. She was active in the
Red Cross during the war.
Kahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert L. Kahn, 435 20th St., Miami
Beach, was graduated from the
University of Florida where he
was president of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity. He was discharged
as a major from the army after
44 years service, and is now
an associate of the firm of Kahn
and Alpert.
The couple will make their
home at 1551 Lenox ave., Miami
Beach.
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Dr. and Mrs. Rose
Observe Anniversary
Dr. and Mrs. Erwin J. Rose
celebrated their third wedding
anniversary Saturday evening
with a dinner at the Clover Club
followed by a party given for
them by Dr. and Mrs. Seymour.
Schneider, Miami Beach.
Guests included at the eclebra- j
tion were: Dr. and Mrs. Jessie j
Halpern. Dr. and Mrs. Al Augus- '
tine. Dr. Arthur Rose, Mr. and |
Mrs. Burton Cohen, Miss Roslyn j
Angel, Miss Ronnie Wasserman, ;
Miss Jerry Goldfeder, Harold
Bickow, and Martin Rabinowitz.
Dr. Rose has been a resident
of Miami B''ach for many years.
Mrs. Rose i- the former Lee
France of Atlanta. Ga. They have
a l'-i-year-old daughter, Sherry.
Beach Hadassah Sets
Goal for 1000 Members
First of a scries of affairs,
sponsored by the membership
committee of Miami Beach group
of Hadassah, was the luncheon
and cultural program held last
week at the home of Mrs. Mor-
ris Wolf, 1350 Lenox ave. Goal
for the group is 1.000.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, member-
ship chairman, has appointed as
her co-workers: Mrs. Wolf, 5-
0276: Mrs. Moze Rauzin. 6-1994;
Mrs. Louis Pallot, 6-2016, and
Mrs. Dave Blank, 5-1573. Any-
one interested in becoming a
member, or bringing a new or
prospective member to any of
| the ensuing affairs, is asked to
contact the committee.
Rabbi Zwitmari To
Occupy Church Pulpit
During Busy Week
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of
Temple Israel will preach at the
service of Miami Shores Com-
munity Church, Sunday morning,
Rev. Donald Douds conducting-
The invitation to occupy the pul-
pit was made in a "exchange
the pulpits" gesture, after the
Reverend was guest at the Tem-
ple Friday evening services two
weeks ago. Subject for the Rab-
bi's sermon is "Faith For Our
Day." Service begins at 11 a.m.
Other activities of Rabbi Zwit-
man this week included the Ar-
mistice Day celebration service
at Crandon Park, Tuesday morn-
ing, and an address at the Meth-
odist Sunday School Teachers'
Conference on "Judaism" Wed-
nesday at White Temple Meth-
odist church.
Last evening the Rabbi lec-
tured at the Community Chest
Marriage Counselling Forum on
"The Spiritual Foundations For
a Happy Married Life"; ad-
dressed Greater Miami Federa-
tion's "Census Workers Rally"
at the Temple; and took part on
the radio program "Men of Good
Will" over station WKAT.
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Temple Israel Meeting
Semi annual congregational
meeting of Temple Israel will be
held Wednesday, November 19,
at 8 p.m. The program will take
the form of an audio-visual pag-
eant on the life of Isaac M. Wise,
founder of reform. The pageant
was written by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman and is enacted by mem-
bers of the Temple Israel Young
Married People's League. A buf-
fet supper, free of charge to all
members, precedes the program
at 6 o'clock.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1947
vJenistiFhridNan
Patrons Listed
For Beach Y
Concert Series
C;,,l Wrinkle, president of
Dm. Miami Beach Y announced a
partial lisl of members who have
pledged themselves to the sup-
port of tl.. V.M. & W.H.A. Com-
munity Concert series by taking
a minimum of ten subscriptions.
Include,' e: Rudy Adler, Judge
Joseph Berman, Dr. William Ber-
stein, George Bertman, Archie
Brick. Leo Chaiken, Dr. M. B;
Cirlin. Mrs. George Cohen, Sam
griedland, Abraham Goodman,
Nat Hankoff, Louis Heiman, Leo
Buberman, David Isen, Max
Meisel. Joseph Rambam, Samuel
Rivkind, Miss Edith Schulman.
Samuel W Shapiro, Monte Selig.
Mrs. Carl Susskind, Harold Turk.
Mrs. David Waterman, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. E. A.
Weinstein, Paul Weitzman, Mrs.
Nat Williams and Harry Zuker-
nick.
The sci ies will present the piano
team ol li.ntlett and Robertson
as the first of its scheduled events
on December 16, at the Miami
Beach li gh school. Other artists
in th( ire Albert Spalding.
violinist; Ruth Diaper, dramatic
artist: Menahem Pressler, pianist;
Igor Goi n. baritone.
War Crimes Prosecutor
Addresses Luncheon
David I.cmelman, one of the
pur of the Nazi war
criminals al Nuremburg, will
addict the members of Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith at their lunch-
eon today, 12:15 p.m., in the
Downtown Club, according to
Bill Pal ot, luncheon chairman.
Pormi a captain in the U.S.
Army, Li mclman was one of the
lew |. ecutora who interrogat-
ed Rudolf Hess, Goering and
Schacht in their cells. He has re-
cently tumed from an eleven-
tour of Europe and will
presen an eye-witness account
of present conditions in the war-
torn countries which he visited.
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PAGE NINE
INQUISITOR-Robert Young plays the man who asks ques-
tions in "Crossfire," blistering drama of unprovoked murder and
the ferreting out of its bigotry-poisoned perpetrator, now playing
at the Sheridan, Paramount and Beach theaters. The ladies are
Gloria Grahame and Jacqueline White.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS IIBRKBT GIVEN that
Ihn undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Ferry'i Pants Shop at 136 Heybold Ar-
hIi Miami, Florida, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Cleric of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
JEROME H. GOLDSMITH.
11/7-14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Marc-Abbott, Ltd. at 213 23rd Street.
Miami Reach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dado County, Florida.
EDWARD L. FORER.
Sole Owner.
11/7-14-21-28 12/:,
Book Shower Conducted
For Hebrew Academy
Ladies League of the Hebrew
Academy is conducting a Book
Shower Tuesday in the audi-
torium, 918 6th St., Miami Beach.
The function will serve as a
celebration of Jewish Book month
in addition to establishing a per-
manent central library at the
Academy. Many organizations
have been invited to contribute
sets of English, Anglo-Hebrew
and Hebrew books. Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Abraham Gannes, di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will be guest speakers.
Communications have been sent
to members and friends of the in-
stitution, listing the various books
needed for the library. Various
book shops have offered to give
a special discount on all books
purchased for this purpose.
Final plans were completed at
a combined board of Directors
and book shower committee
meeting Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Jack Burris. Information
may be obtained by calling 5-4361.
Orthodox Card Party
A card party will be given by
the Sisterhood of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation Sun-
day evening to raise funds for
the Talmud Torah. Hostesses will
be Mrs. Max Rappaport, chair-
lay; Mrs. George Solinger, Mrs.
Gerson August and Mrs. Max
Kupferstein. The function is
scheduled to take place in the
school building, 1545 S. W. Third
St.
Riverside Chapel Offers
Service For War Dead
At the request of the War De-
partment, the Riverside Memor-
ial Chapel, Inc., established and
maintained a mortuary and chap-
el in the Port of Embarkation,
Brooklyn, N. Y., from July, 1942;
to the end of hostilities, it was
announced this week by Edward
T. Newman of the Miami Beach
chapel.
"Thanks to the medical treat-
ment accorded the wounded sol-
diers in the returning convoys,
not a single death occurred en-
route," Newman declared. The
War Department had expected
250 to 300 deaths per convoy.
Agreement between the gov-
ernment and the chapel was ver-
bal because of the confidential
and unpredictable nature of the
work, it was revealed. "Needles
to say," Newman added, "we
were more than glad that our
services in this case were not
needed by the department."
Riverside offers its chapel and
professional services free of
charge to families of returning
war dead. The chapel is located
I at 1236 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
FREE DEALER LICENSE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY NO. 112639
In Re: Application of Sonla Fried-
man to become a Free Dealer, you,
Robert w. Friedman, I^os Angeles.
California,, are hereby notified that
Hi.. Honorable Judge Charles A. Car-
roll will hear the petition of Sonla
Friedman to become a Free Dealer
on November 16th, 1947. at 10 A. M.
In his Chambers at the Courthouse,
Miami, Hade County, Florida, dated
October nnth, 1947.
ALFRED KREISLER,
Solicitor for Petitioner.
11/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FIVE POINTS MEDICAL. CLINIC
at 1261 H.W. 22nd Street. Miami. Ha..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDMOND GAMSE, M.D.,
Sole Owner.
10/31. 11/7-14-21-28.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of STADIUM GRILL at 1400 West
Flagler 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 FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
..f 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 HOLLAND.
LEO SHEINER,
1204-1205 Pacific Rulldlng,
Attorney for Julius Holland.
10/24-31. 1177-14.
1
>
? 800 M. E. Second Ave.. Room 10
Phones: 3-989588-1227
EVCNINO BY APPOINTMENT
I
Delta Phi Epsilon sororily is
presenting their annual
"Pledges on Parade" al the
Roney Plaia tomorrow evening
at 9 o'clock. Tickets may be
purchased at the door.__________
LEGAL WOTICES_
^rTcTuNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS IIEHKI'Y < ".INKS' that
Undersigned d..s..;!ng. O enja*. ta
business under H 'J-'. '"\-,.ir'kl.t at
M BBTSfiSt -ffi&JSi
County, Florida. ^^ ,;oU1,N
U/14-M-M IS/8
VOTE FOR
JIMMY
GANNON
"The Milkman*
SUPPORT
R. G. DANNER
AS-
CITY MANAGER
Clean up and repair streets immedtately.
Belter bus service, including stops at every block and shelters
for patrons. ..
Establish 'teen-age recreation centers throughout city.
Remove downtown railroad tracks and utilize space jot ,
parking.
Proportional pensions for all city employes.
n Low cost housing with federal t
Consolidation of City of M
^faToaTcZnty Governments.
PAID POLITICAL ADV.KTIICM.ST
Hear
Smiling
Jack
Hear
JOHN I,
MANNY
Your Next City
Commissioner
Bay front Park
Nov. 15
8 P. M.
All The Facts
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KANDEL ELECTRIC at 176 N. W.
1st Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
REN LEFKOWITZ
BEN GOLDSTEIN
W A S.MAN, SILVER ft SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
11/7-14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEE-ROY NOVELTIES at 44 N. E.
First Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
RAYMOND CITRON
SHIRLEY CITRON
husband and wife
ISIDORE FINKEL
ETJTA FINKEL
husband and wife
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of AVOCADO APARTMENTS at 4213
Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
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
of 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 "RICKEY'S OF NEW YORK CITY"
at c/o CLUB 22, 2200 Park Avenue,
Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NETTIE DEFENO,
Sole Owner.
HAROLD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Applicant.
10/24-31. 11/7-14.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
NO. 112593
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAZ1E BARKIN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ARTHUR BARKIN,
Defendant,
THE STATE OF FHIRIDA
TO: ARTHUR BARKIN,
.Master's Hotel,
Riverside and West 103rd St.
New York City. N. Y.
You are hereby notified and ordered
appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above-
tyled cause on or before the 28th day
November, 1 : 1T; otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper
published in Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 28th day of October, 1947
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
.Seal) By: F. J. GOULD
Deputy Clerk.
BAM SILVER.
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
1703 Congress Building,
.Miami. Florida.
10/31. 11/7-14-21.
(PAID POL. ADV.)
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
S833 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 fictiltous name of
HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE at 2208
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 ft KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 112501
MARY RICHMAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAX STANLEY RICHMAN.
Defendant.
To: MAX STANLEY RICHMAN, 1960
Daly Avenue, Bronx, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or be-
fore the 22nd day of November. 1947.
Dated this 23rd day of Ovtoberr 1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By: M. C. GREEN.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney.
327 Calumet Building.
Miami, Florl.a
10/21-31. 11/7-14.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 19897
In Re: Estate of
DANIEL BERLINER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereb>
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou, may have against the
estate of 'DANIEL BERLINER, de-
eeased, late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office In the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will be barred. See Section
120 of the 1933 Probate Act
Date, October 20. A. D.. 1947.
JOHN E. PORTE, As Executor of
the Last Will and Testament of
DANIEL BERLINER, Deceased.
JOHN E. PORTE.
JACK A ABBOTT,
Attorneys for Executor.
10/21-31. 11/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
>f I.. & L. MEAT MARKET, at 383
N.W. 14th St., Miami. Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla.
DAVE LOWY.
Sole Owne.r
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Aplllcant.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14. I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FRIENDLEE CLEANERS ft
LAUNDRY at 119 N.W. 36th St.,
Miami, Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
GERTRUDE STEINGOLD.
Sole Owner.
10/17-24-31. 11/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MAGIC CITY SPECIALTY CO..
at 1150 S.W. 25tH Ave.. Miami. Fla..
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
JDade County, Florida. .-.,,
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN.
WASMAN. SILVER ft SAKOWITZ,
I Attomevs for Applicant.
11/7-14.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER u,



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Aged Home Director Maps Program
To Give Residents Responsibility
Leo Allen, newly appointed Executive Director of the Jewish
Home for the Aged expressed the desire this week to make the
establishment a "real home in every sense."
First step, he explained, has been to give the residents
Increased responsibility. This is secured by the maintenance
of a club atmosphere, by which the members meet, choose com-
mittees, and report suggestions to the directors.
Allen called upon the lay lead-^~
ers in the community who have | cheerful and well-poised. Some
cling to the past: others keenly
alive to the present."
The Home for the Aged in Mi-
ami is at 335 S.W. 12th ave. and
maintains a capacity group of 38.
Judge Harold Spaet is president
of the organization.
shown foresight and vision in
dealing with social welfare prob-
lems in other fields to devote
part of their time in helping
evolve a community-side program
for the problems of the aged.
"The problem is increasing,"
Allen asserted, "both because of
the declining birthrate and the
advances in medical science which
have prolonged the average life."
The week-old director cited fig-
DP Information Sought
By National Council
National Council of Jewish
Women has received additional
..information concerning relatives
ures which prove that one out 14 ... ,u_ .,,. i.
, K of displaced persons who aie be-
people in our population were,, it .~j
over 65 in 1940 as compared with l*ved to be in this area. United
the one in 25 established at the Service for New Americans and
turn of the century. "And this is ; HIAS serves as the main founda-
not a temporary phenomenon." he I tion for their reports. A:
added, for sociologists have having knowledge which m a y
proven that in 1980 more than ]ead t0 the iocation llf these rela-
one in 9 or 22 million as com- tf asked t(1 contacl the
pared to todays 10 million, will i ., ,,.
fall in this age group." Council off.ee.
Proving that professional wel- Information is available on
fare directors have recognized the Ami, Schlar.gcr. -. ..:. for Harry
:hat physical comfort is not|Ladner. Miami; Paine Braunstein
sufficient, Allen quoted Margaret I Zoltan. born Patyan, 1894. Buda-
rVagner. well known social work- !*** who n,a>' be a relative ol
in the problems of *? J"li:' El,,r,l'n. 1639 N. w-
tatement in the Third St.; Rudolf Redel, former-
Older folks. '-v ""e"stfKr' GT"T ;' u I i*
;. ne, N than Bock, seeking M.
age groups, are ind.vi- B(K.k urchlU(, ln Ml;im, and
. show a wide range of wlc G M,. A Heimann.
::erence. Some are son London_ formerly Anna
. Some are Steinberg, seeking Mr. Kuper-
ely robust, berg, jeweler and wife. Anna.
si [-centered and de- relativt of Hans Schoenfeld, for-
others considerate, merly of Vienna: Salomon Klop-
per, son of Efraim ersh Klap-
Ferguson Terms Health
Situation Startling
Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, physi-
cian and resident of Miami for
the past 24 years, warned last
week that Miami's health situa-
tion was creating a "startling
menace" due to the recent floods.
Candidate for the Miami city
commission. Dr. Ferguson ex-
pressed the belief that Miami s
gewer, sidewalks and street re-
pair program should be pushed
immediately, "even if it means
the issuance of additional bonds."
"It will cost money to accom-
plish these things," Ferguson
stated, "but we must face th>>
facts. It the money now on hand
is not sufficient to complete these
programs, then you and I, as tax-
payers, must be prepared to float
additional bond issues to go
through with a full, well-round-
ed out program which will bring,
not only health, but happiness to
men, women and children in our
city."
"Today we are paying out
thousands of dollars individually,
because of poor health and prop-
erty damage," he added, "and be-
cause some one did not look into
the future.
Civil Rights Body
Urges Fed. Laws
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 thc enactment of measures
curbing the dissemination throghu
the mails of defamatory litera-
ture.
Among the specific recom-
mendations contained in the 178-
page report were the following:
1. The establishment of a per-
manent Fair Employment Prac-
tices Commission, empowered to
use both education and force in
1947
tion, secondly, by public exn
of the offending Lu^TZ'
failing that, by issuing a,fd'
and desist order enforce bet
court action. A majority of,?
committee also recommenditii
the granting of federal funds J
conditioned" upon the rBm ,
of discriminatory pra,ZeS ^
3. Passage of state laws outlaw
lug restrictive real estate c ten'
ants. The Committee poinTo"',
hat many areas. parlicula
uc'h C' f fe n"nh a"d w
wfin.^Uft
geles are "widely affected"t
restrictive covenants barring Ne
groes, Jews and other minoritYeV
4. Modification of the federal
naturalization laws pemi~*
granting of citizenship w, h
regard to race, color, or nation
or.gin of applicants The Com
tee states that "it i, itJ^
with our whole tradition to den
on a basis of ancestry right to be
come citizens to people who qual!
ny in every other way."
Hayward Calls on Voters
For Worth-while Slate
"If the people of Miami elect
a worth-while slate af Condi-
dates." expressed Henry A. Hey-
ward, candidate for city commis-
sioner, "they can look forward
to good municipal government.
If they fail to go to the polls and
express their will, they will be
responsible for anything which
they receive."
Hayward's main stand is to
help clear up the delays he feels
has been in evidence in the city
commissioners' office and to start
Miami on a course of civic im-
provements. "The city is slowly
stagnating," he believes, "but a
good slate of commissioners may
impetus to start the city mov-
be able to provide the needed
ing."
Among the retired lawyer and
ex-civil service man's intentions
are the development of hospital,
recreation and transportation fa-
cilities and the clearance of the
Negro slums. He is in favor of
the city manager whom he views
as "highly competent."
I er, Kotowice, Poland, seeking
uncle Hyman Schlissel, possibly
48 N. E. 17th St.
M. Lax, Bucharest, Roun
seeking Eva Priedl, Miami; Paul
Schaffer, seeking Mike Teichner,
Miami in 1940; Yankel Springel,
Cypress Island, for Benny Ors-
loff, formerly Brooklyn, or Mar-
garet Smokowitz, Miami; Zew
Shteinbirg, Haifa, seeking Si
ma Gunshur. Miami, fo: i
husband of Hela Steinberg. I
hard Bainloves, I for
sister Clara Bader. last >:
address, 744 S. Hon Flo-
rida: Miriam (Brauze
Cypress Camp No. 63. foi J
kiel Brauze or Miriam S;
aged 60; Harry Ludv.
born Braila, Roumania. I ii Karl
Ludwig. brother.
Pittsburgh.
Beth David Schedules
Membership Event
Beth David Sisterhood's an-
nual membership affair will take
place in the Bayfront Municipal
auditorium, 320 N. E. 5th St.,
November 19, from 1 to 4 p. m.
Mrs Bernard Sterling, member-
ship cnairman. anounced that
each member is asked to bring
at hast one new member. Des-
sert will be served.
Besides the cards and Mah
Jongg planned, arrangements are
beig made for the entertainment
of those women not interested in
these games. Those unable to
provide their own table of play-
ers and facilities for playing, are
advised to call Mrs. Sterling at
4-2879.
I attempting to abolish discrimina-
tion in employment. The proposed
commission would have the
power to receive complaints, hold
hearings, issue ceases and desist
orders and to seek court aid in
enforcing its decision, the report
states, but the force provisions of
the law would not become ef-
fective until one year after the
enactment of the law. State FEPC
laws are also needed to cover
other than interstate commerce,
the Committee points out, and
suggests that a Presidential
"mandate" against discrimination
in government employment be
enacted.
2. Creation of a Fair Education-
al Practices Commission that
would seek to combat discrimina-
tion in schools, first by negotia-
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1947
^Jtrtittiftoriciian
Anti-Defamation League Asks For
Positive Action Civil Rights Bill
NEW YORKThe Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
has called upon President Truman and the Democratic and Re-
publican parties to put into positive action the recommenda-
tions of ilie report of the President's Committee on Civil Rights.
In a communication sent to Sen. J. Howard McGarth (DR. I.),
chairman of the Democratic national committee, and former
- -^Congressman J. Carroll Reece,
chairman of the Republican na-
tional committee. Justice Meier
Steinbrink of the New York State
Supreme Court, national chair-
man of the Anti-Defamation
League, urged that the sp.
proposals for the strengthening of
Committee submitted last week.
he incorporated in the platforms
)f both major parties when they
issemble for national conventions
in Philadelphia next year.
"A bipartisan effort of this na-
ture will go a long way to brin
the program into being and can
be the sharpest kind of answei
to totalitarian-minded critic: of
American democracy," Justice
Steinbrink said. He characterized
i.he Committee's lengthy report
as "a thrilling document bold
and candid."
In a letter to the President,
Justice Steinbrink stated that
'democracy and liberalism need
a new rallying point, they need
Vital leadership." He urged the
President to assume that leader-
ship.
PAGE ELEVEN
Androns Purchase
$750,000 Leasehold
Albion Hotel
Andron Hotel Organization has
acquired the Albion Hotel, located
at the corner of Lincoln rd. and
James ave Miami Beach, in the
transfer t a leasehold.involving
over $750,000. Hotel property in-
cludes thi swimming pool and
cabana club, newly built air-
conditione I cocktail bar and
lounge, and the 250 seat air-con-
ditioned dining room and patio
deck.
StockN Iders of the organiza-
tion, Dr, David S. Andron, Eli
Andron smd Dr. Samuel Byer,
have purchased the leasehold as-
signment from the Fine Hotel
Corporation, of which Samuel
Kamens and Milton Fine are the
officers.
The Androns have owned and
operated hotels for over a quarter
of a century in the States of New
York and Pennsylvania, and in
Miami B( ach during the last ten
years. Among the hotels that
have been conducted by them in
Miami Bi ich are the Alamac,
Senato: Ocean Spray, Ocean
Grande and others. In addition
to the Albion Hotel, Eli Andron
operates the Crest Hotel, and Dr.
David S Andron the Pierre Ho-
tel. Di David S. Andron is vice-
president of the Miami Beach
Hotel Owners Association.
The Albion consists of 117
rooms, radio and steam heat in
every room, including penthouse
apartments. It is built in an ultra
modern design with a marine
motif evident in various sections
of the budding, fireproof through-
out.
Intereolleglatos
Meet in Atlanta
Representatives from thirty
colleges and universities in the
South were present at the or-
ganizationa] conference for the
Southern Region of the Inter-
collegiate Zionist Federation of
America in Atlanta last week-
end. Delegates from Miami were
Harry Rosen, Miss Miriam Brau-
mer and Miss Alice Goldberg.
Mi.-s Roz Tavel, of the Nation-
al IZFA field staff in Cleveland,
01 to, attended the convention on
her tour of Southern campuses.
Dr. Philip Weltner, president of
the Oglethorpe University and
Atlanta American Christian
Committee was guest speaker
Saturday night. Election of re-
gioi a] officers, adoption of plans
I'm- expansion in the South, and
formation of a Southern Region
of IZFA chapters, constituted
the major agenda of the business
meetings.
The University of Miami chap-
ter is under the sponsorship of
Hillel, which organized the
group on campus two years ago.
Other schools represented last
weekend were University of Ten-
nessee, Vanderbilt, Chattanooga,
Tulane-Newcomb, Alabama, Au-
burn, Florida, Georgia Tech..
Florida State College, Georgia,
Emory, Agnes Scott, Oglethorpo,
North Carolina Woman's College,
North Carolina, Duke and North
Carolina State.
In the life and death struggle
of Europe's Jews, food is of ma-
jor importance. The Joint Distri-
bution Committee supplies all or
supplementary food to a total of
some 550,000 Jews in nearly all
European lands and in other dis-
tressed areas throughout the
world.
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the island of Cyprus, the Joint
Distribution Committee is now
spending at the rate of .$1,000,000
a sear.
Palm Beach Notes
Miss Lilian Metz is in New-
York where she will attend the
wedding of a relative.
*
Joseph Schrebnick has returned
to the University of Miami as a
post-graduate student.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Friedman
have returned to the city from a
two months' vacation. Much of
their time was spent in New
York.
*
Dr. Lawrence Leviton has been
appointed local affairs chairman
for chapter one, of the West Palm
Beach American Veterans' com-
mittee

The forthcoming marriage on
December 21st of Geraldine Claire
Halpern and Myron Cohn was an-
nounced by the bride-to-be's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpern.
Miss Halpern is a graduate of
Florida State College for Women.
Nearly 7,000 youths are pre-
paring for life in Palestine in 79
hachsharoth assisted by the Joint
Distribution Committee in Italy
alone.
Emcmon Dance at
Robert Richter Hotel
"Moonlight Dance" of the Em-
anon club of Miami "Y" is to be
held in the Neptune room and
patio of the Robert Richter ho-
tel tomorrow night at 9 o'clock.
Proceeds of the affair will be
given to the Miami Y building
fund.
Highlight of the evening's en-
tertainment, according to Joseph
Segal, in charge of floor show
talent, is the appearance of Miss
Jean Bromberg, recently chosen
"Miss B'nai B'rith."
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rubin,
chairmen of sales, announced
that tickets may be purchased
at the Y as well as at the door
of the hotel the night of the
dance.
Her fiancee, who is a Philadel-
phian, graduated from the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania.
Temple Israel recently held its
opening luncheon at the Mont-
marte, with Mrs. David Gold-
smith presided.
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PAGE TWELVE
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14,
1947
National Council Jewish Women
Service to Foreign Born Aids 109
According to a report by Mrs. Max Fmklestein, executive
secretary of the National Council of Jewish Women in Miami,
information and assistance was given to 109 people during the
month of October, through the Council's service to foreign born.
This total represents only those people who came in to the
office, she explained. Cases, however, on which services are
rendered, come not only through*-
HiM*ayii< Kennel
*>|Mns Senon
s.-inni;iiv Eve
A crowd of 10.000 is anticipat-
ed by officials of Biscayne Kennel
Club to witness the opening of
Florida's 1947-48 season Satur-
day night. Featuring the historic
Biscayne Inaugural, the ten-race
program will start at 7:30 p.m..
followed by similar races from
next Monday till January 3. Post
time is 7:45 p.m.
The Biscayne Inaugural entry
of eight will be selected by Rac-
ing Secretary James Hodeck af-
ter the final official schooling
Thursday night. Prominent in
the eligible list of recent school-
ings will be Dry Lake, winner of
oi Mimcu ........... the National Championship Se-
transportation, making a total of ries this last summer at Wonder-
direct contact with office visitors.
but also from correspondence
with United Service for New-
Americans, references from Jew-
ish Social bureaus, and other
sources.
During the past month, active
service was given to 60 migration
cases, 25 location and search cases.
and four on naturalization serv-
ices. Migration cases cover all
service in relation to affidavits,
collection of transportation funds,
investigations of both applicants
and sponsors, and many other
details which must be handled
either by mail or personal con-
tact.
Port and dock arrivals this past
month numbered 52. 19 of whom
were quota immigrants. 2 on visi-
tors visas, and 31 in transit to
third country. Shelter was ar-
ranged for 29. 17 entrained, and
31 assisted with third country
^^rSisterhood
Opens Activities
Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey, president
of the Miami Beach Jewish C ,n-
munity Center Sisterhood, has
announced the first J-JjJ
meeting of the group to tek
place Monday evening at the cen
"A Preview of Chanukah" is
to be the mam attraction of the
8 o'clock program. U features
77 services rendered tor Me
rivals of the month.
Many council members give
voluntary service to this cause by
helping in the office with the
filing, stenographic work, answ-
ering of telephones, and assisting
with interviews.
The port and dock volunteer
committee, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. William Slepian are
on hand any time of the clay or
night to meet new arrivals by
plane or train.
Miami office is maintained at
513 Congress Bldg.
ATTENTION!
Hotels < Apartments
Rugs Carpets
Linoleum
Broadfelt
Immediate Delivery
PAUL'S CARPET CO.
2412 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-4585
land Park. Mass.; Flamingo. H.
B. Stutz"s star which is one of
the few ever to beat the great
Flashy Sir: Rolling Roy, the re-
cent Pensacola winner: My Bar-
bara, the veteran stakes cham-
pion of Mrs. Ethel Jones' kennels:
Beachcomber, the Portland. Ore-
gon. Derbv champion: Consist-
ent Lucky Ally. Georgia Pistol.
Luck Doreen, Mr. Ace and others.
Ui der the general supervision
'of Joe H. Adams, managing di-
rector, the Biscayne Kennel
i Club's "official family" is intact.
This includes: Frank G. Burg-
' hart, Comptroller. Thomas Ho-
\ gan. Director of Racing; Ben Cos-
tello, Mutucls Director; William
R, Moore Presiding Judge: Carl
Coffman, Associate Judge; Wally
Henderson, Patrol Judge: A. V.
Ellis, Paddock Judge: C A. Pow-
ell, Track Superintendent: and
William Fleming, chart and pro-
gram.
With a new electric totalisator
board and the entire plant com-
pletely renovated from storm
damage, Biscayne exjects to post
a record season. Qumielas will be
i: all races; Daily Double, 1st
and 3rd
Federation Council
Adopts Program
i Continued from Page 1)
lion of hcirless Jewish property
bj various governments, Another
factor which will increase the
1948 relief budgets is the increase
of world prices, which he esti-
mated to have risen 30 percent.
Economists Robert Nathan and
Oscar J Gass. estimated the cost
,,i resettling 150.000 displaced
Kl. pean Jews in Palestine dur-
ing the next two years, as pro-
posed by UN SCOP, would amount
Lo 5400,000.000. This sum, which
would include many transitional
and permanent needs, would be
in addition to the operating bud-
get of the Jewish Agency and
would come from loans, grants,
governmental and intergovern-
mental funds, domestic resources
in Palestine and voluntary con-
tributions.
Soaring relief costs in Euro-
pean countries where local and
displaced Jews require aid was
the greatest problem the JDC had
to contend with, Moses Leavitt,
executive via -i
"The termination
tivities raised the
to such an extent
make sufficient
there may be i iot
this winter."
Joseph E. Be, k
rector of the Uni
New American:
his organization w
000,000 this yeai
000 in 1946. The
burse $64,000.0011
cash receipts of $1
the United Pali
spend nearly
a cash intake i
was revealed.
luirmaa said.
'' UNRRA ac.
Prices of food
that the jdc
""''mentations
n those areas
' xecutfa di-
11,1 Service for
estimated that
W spend $9,.
Mt $2,700,-
JDC will dis-
'' IM7 against
'"'in.ooo, while
Appeal will
"10 against
-.000,000 it
A chess exhibition and lec-
ture by the Belgian champion,
George Koltano^ski. it being
sponsored this Ser.day by Mn.
Mary Bain, Miami chess en-
thusiast and columnist. Taking
place at the Mayfair Bridge
club, 2 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Beach, at 2 p.m., the demon-
stration is open to all those in-
terested in the game.
MRS. WALSEY
Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Harry
Rogers and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
discussing ways and means oi
making the holiday festival more
meaningful to the children of the
immunity. Mrs. Irving Lehrman
s in charge of the program.
Induction of 77 new members
nto the group at their annual
membership tea took place No-
vember 3 in the garden of the
home of Mrs. I. L. Mintzer, Mi-
ami Beach.
Guest artists for the afternoons
entertainment included Jan Bart,
veil known singer and night club
performer. who accompanied I
himself at the piano; and Miss
Rose Ducoff, who offered several j
ap dance numbers.
"A Glimpse Into the Coming
on," featuring Margaret
Newman's fashions worn by
Coronet models, climaxed the
program, with narration by Mrs.
Lehrman and Mrs. Phil Abrams.
Announcing the Re
Opening of the .
Royal Hungarian
Strictly Kosher
RESTAURANT
8th and Washington
\\ vdnvstUiy. November 19th
Specializing in Delicious Homemade-Like
Jewish Hungarian Cooking
Goulash Shtrudel Our Specialty
All Baking Done on Premises Closed Saturdays
"Goodbye Again" will be
presented by the University of
Miami at the Curtain Theater,
South Campus, November 27
al 8 p.m. Information about
the Thanksgiving production
may be obtained by contact-
ing Mrs. Sam Lieberman, 48-
3142.
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
his tax dollar.
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 it incumbent on every good citizen to do his part and vote."
ROBERT L. FLOYD.
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS: 220 N. MIAMI AVENUE
- as 2-1767 9-6759
PAID POLITICAL ADVKTIIIMINT
S. !. I r'<-(!maii
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.
Telephone 5-1017
WILLIAM W. (BILL)
CHARLES
For CITY COMMISSIONER
War
Veteran
Natire
Miamian
Former
Auietant
City Attorney
""A Skill l CMDIIIOMD MW
^Paramount n
m CMMimii
ofc*ir.
NOW!
SO DARING
THAT NO
SCREEN
EVER
RISKED
TELLING
ITS
STORY
BEFORE!
Oared he hide more |
than he told?
j .
F&A
Could he break this |
motiveless crimt?
DORE SCHARY p.esents
ROBERT
ROBERT
ROBERT
The murder of
a man whose
only crime
was living!
HATE DID IT
hate that
turns to liv-
ing flame in
a drama so
personal
that you
cannot es-
cape it!
Did he have i
spec
al reason
to
hate?
in
Vote For CHARLES
AND 2 OTHER GOOD MEN
Mft GLORIA GRAHAME PAUL KELLY
SAM UVENE
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ppiDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 194?
*Jenislhtk)ridilfar)
PAGE fHffifEEN
Plan >* Kconomy
Stress^ by Fader
jj0 .. : i should air his differ-
ences an -"plaints, to an elec-
torate
, lai.'d George W.
Fader th week, "unless he can
' tter plan and solution
,0 the H uble of which he com-
The'plan "'" "Doc" Fader, can-
didate 1 ''>' commissioner, is
to stress onomy for the efficient
open.: the city on money
collected a tax that 1S "fair
and jus', i ill-"
..This | modern city can op-
eralt. oi on moneynot from
njnblini n .t from tobacco and
bWc[ tax but money paid by
all ali
pne merchant of 25
vea:. les when you elect
me ,.;:. I will operate your
business lh the same economy
and bu ability as I have
mv own ... business."
Junior Zionists Plan
Educational Series
Pirst ries of joint social-
educati meetings of the
junin. -ill and Masadah
young 1 >t organizations in
Miami B-i h took place Tuesday
night. N iber 11, at the home
of Mi don Schwarz, 2226
Merkhai
Rabl Kronish was guest
spear- the evening.
Und> direction of Miss
Selma and Seymour
Hinkes ilar affair is to be
held th md Tuesday of each
month (or discussion in-
clude i nt Jewish problems,
Zionizm lay, Palestinian poli-
tical pan the Palestinian na-
tiontod :id American Zionism.
These ibjects will be intro-
duced by a group of lecturers,
including Rabbi Colman Zwit-
man. Rabl living Lehrman, Abe
Qannes, D David S. Andron, and
Mrs. Alfn I M. Mamlet.
Rabbi Zwitman Leads
Sisterhood Sabbath
Sisterhood Sabbath instituted
by the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods, will be ob-
served by Temple Israel this eve-
ning, conducted by Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman. Mrs. Marion
B. Ross, Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs.
Harry V. Simons, Mrs. Rdolph
Wer'theimer, Mrs. Stella Hant-
man and Mrs. Joel Belov will
participate in the service.
Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of
the Sisterhood, will address the
congregation on the work of the
Sisterhood in a religious organi-
zation. A reception will follow
in Kaplan Hall.
1ponxpo'^fciyov inn
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
ELECT
Ralph B. (Doc)
FERGUSON
To the Miami
CITY COMMISSION
Nov. 18
POLITICAL AD)
Ciceros Honor
Son's Bar Mitzvah
Richard Paul, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Cicero, was Bai
Mitzvah Monday at the Miam
Hebrew School and Junior Con
gregation. Rabbi Simon April ol
ficiated.
A reception followed that eve
ning in honor of the Bar Mitzval
at his home. 2100 S.W. loth si
Over fifty relatives and guest
were present. Grandparents o
the buy are Mr. and Mrs. Meye
Venetsky of Miami.
Reorganized Winx
Girls Elect Officers
Miss Marilyn Fishman w a -
elected president of the reorgan-
ized Winx Chapter, B'nai B'rith
girls at their last meeting. Othe.
officers chosen were: vice presi-
dent. Miss Babs Lifschen; record-
ing secretary, Miss Barbara
Quartin; corresponding secreta
ries, Miss Mary Lou Nelson and
Miss Janet Hirsch; treasurer,
Miss Joan Berry; historian, Miss
Rosalind Nadler; publicity chair-
man, Miss Marcia Hankoff.
Beth David To Elect
Members of Beth David Con-
gregation will meet December !
to choose between Harry Marko-
vitz and Harry Simons for the
president of the year. Nomina-
ions were made last week in the
mditorium of the synagogue, Lot
Heiman conducting.
Other nominations uncontested
at the meeting were: vice presi-
dent, Bernard Sterling; secretary
Sidney Lefcourt; financial secre-
ary, Murray G. Cohen; and treas-
urer, Sam Weisscl.
MIAMI'S FINEST
ELECTRICAL STORE
"Some Say"
Light Fixtures
Appliances
IS ad son
Open Friday Evening
MONAHAN'S
INC.
2208 S. W. 8th St.
Phone 4-0632
1 THIS IS THE MAN
John C. Johnson
Who Fought the Utility and
Tobacco Tax for You
ELECT HIM
CITY COMMISSIONER
ep Danner City Manager
IMIO POI ADV.)
Markowitz Re-Enters
Plumbing Business
Harry Markowitz, a resident
of Miami since 1925, has re-
entered the plumbing contracting
business with offices at 370
South Dixie Highway. Mr. Mar-
kowitz, who has been a plumb-
ing contractor for 30 years, num-
bers among his previous con-
tracts such buildings as the E.
Flagler Street Walgreens,
Kress's, Lord Tarleton and Ala-
mac hotels and the Helen-Mar
apartments.
In addition to the position he
occupies in the plumbing field
he has been active in the local
community, having served as
president of Beth David Con-
gregation.
Mr. Markowitz states that he
has carloads of plumbing mate-
rials for all types of buildings
and is prepared for installation
>f heating equipment in addi-
tion to plumbing supplies.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will
question Tomar DeSola Poo)
on matters pertaining to t h e
Palestine problem this Sunday
over WQAM. The World Se?
curity workshop is heard from
12:30 to 1 p.m. Mrs. Pool, past
president of Hadassah. is a
members of the Actions Com-
mittee for the World Zionist
Commission.
AJC Women Sponsor
Smargasbbord Luncheon
A Smorgasbord luncheon will
highlight the membership drive
of the Miami Beach chapter,
American Jewish Congress,
Thursday at noon. Mrs. Clarence
Cohn, president, announced that
it will be held at the home of
Mrs. Harry Koretsky, 6145 La
Gorce drive.
Mah Jongg and cards have
been planned for the afternoon.
Hostesses include Mrs. Mac Wi-
ner, Mrs. Lou Wilk, Mrs. John
Soifer, Mrs. J. C.. Chutkow and
Mrs. Clara Goldenberg.
Active members who -bring
three new members will be ad-
mitted free with their guest.-.
Chairmen Mrs. Koretsky, Mrs.
Alfred Kessler and Mrs. Jerome
Kimball have requested that res-
ervations be made by calling
5-4824.
| Sponsors Named For
Medical School Drive
Highlight of the fund drive for
the Hebrew University and Ha-
] dassah Medical School in Miami
will be an address by James G.
McDonald, renowned for his work
j as United Nations High Commis-
! sioner for German refugees, at a
! banquet in the Wofford hotel,
j December 7. Dr. Morris Goodman,
chairman of the South Florida
Section, has announced as spon-
sors of the affair:
Rabbi David Raab of Fort
Lauderdale, Rabbi Max Kauf-
man of Hollywood, and Abe Al-
lenberg, R. W. Apte, Leonard H.
Barr, Samuel Blank, S h e p a r d
Broad, Samuel Brody, Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Morris Gettleman, Abe
Goodman, Benjamin Kane, Sam
Lachman, Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Marcie Lieberman, Joseph Rich-
ter, Leo Robinson, Jacob Scher,
Carl Weinkle, Dr. Charles S.
Werblow, all of Miami and Mi-
ami Beach.
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NC^
420 LINCOLN ilOAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
'PHONE 5-297A /
Saturday Night
NOVEMBER 15
Featuring the 22nd Annual
Again BISCAYNE welcomes you and promises you
the tops in truer to form dog racing in Florida's finest, oldest
and largest dog track. Hare at BISCAYNE you see America's
foremost greyhounds in action. Every race a thriller every
j program highlighted with a star-studded hot box.
TRUER TO FORM DOG RACING
EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO TRACK
MIAMI: Miami Transit buses leave corner ot N. E. 1st Ave and 2nd
St EVERY 15 min., starting at 6:30 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH: Sportsman Bus Service, th and Collins: F r t bus
leave1 6:5f P. M. and every 25 min. until 7:45 P. M. From -fth and
Collins First bus leaves at 7 P. M. and every 25 min. until 7tl0 P. M.
M'AMI BEACH: Stanley Tours, Inc., 14th ;.nd Collins: First bus leaves
8:40 P. M. and every 20 min. until 8:05 P. M. From 23rd and C.llini:
First buc leaves 6:45 P. M. and every 20 min. until S-1* M r-om
71st and Collins: First bus leaves 7 P. M. and every 20 mm. until 8:30.
IV-7S ^/^0Nl
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115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Avcs
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14,
Cancer Society
Distributes Book
' Authoritative information about
cancer, which last year killed
over 2,562 people in Florida, is
contained in a new booklet. "Who.
What. Why, Where. When," being
distributed by the Dade County
Unit of the American Cancer So-
ciety, Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson.
County Commander of the Socie-
ty's Field Army, announced this
week.
Published in pocket size, the
booklet contains the seven warn-
ing signals of cancer and outlines
in non-technical language the
causes of the disease, us victims.
the percentages of cures, and
methods of treatment.
This piece, according to Mrs
Epperson, is one of many pamph-
lets, free upon request, published
by the American Cancer Societj
and distributed as a part of the
intensive educational program
being carried out by the Dade
County Unit. Knowledge of the
danger signals of cancer and early
diagnosis by a reputable physi-
cian is the greatest weapon we
have today in the fight t
quer cancer, she added.
Booklets may be obtained by
contacting the American Cancer
Society Information Center, lo-
cated at 804 N.E. 2nd ave. The
Center is open daily from 9 to 5
p.m.. Saturdays until n
I'ruill Announces
William J. Pruitt anouneed
his candidacy this week t
state senate in next year's elec-
tions. His entry was preci ded
by State Senator D. C. Coleman's
retirement from office.
Main issue in Pruitt's campaign
will be the proposed con-
tion ol Miami and Dade County.
which he said h<
ously opposi d to." R<
tive R. B. Gautier, jr.,
the plan, is expected I
1 senate on the merger pro-
posal
Pruitt ran twice successfully
,im for the
senate, anci was H ity at-
torney under the Carl Ault ad-
ministrati Hi livi with his
wife and three children at 543
S. W. 29th Rd.
Honors New Pledges
Honoring their new pl<
members of Iota Alpha Pi
ty will have open hous Sui
from 5 to 9 p.m. at 604^Pine
Tree Drive.
New officers of the pli
are: Meg Groberg. president;
Janice G:
Myrna Schlossberg. sect
and Rosalind Goodis, treasurer
Miami Ambijan
Opens Season
With Concert
Greater Miami AMBIJAN
Committee will open the season's
activities with a Grand Concert
In the Miami Beach High school
auditorium this Sunday at 8 pun.
Executive Secretary of AMBI-
JAN. Abraham Jenofsky, will
speak on "The New Stage of De-
velopment of Birobidjan as a
Jewish State."
Star of the evening's musical
performances will be Sarah
Bracken Carney, noted violinist.
Also scheduled for the program
are: Marcel Chiland, noted
French tenor and member of the
French Opera Company: Rose
Arons. mezzo soprano: a
Greater Miami Jewish Polk Cho-
rus under the direction of Louis
Powesky.
Jcnofskv is co-editor of t n e
magazine "Nailebn
(New Life), and national vice-
lent of the Union of Ameri-
can Jews of Ukrainian descent
Harry Carney will assist Mrs.
Carney on the piano and Anyu-
Kailimah Musical
At Atlantis Hotel
A musical and reception for
new members will officially open
the season for Kadimah chapter
of Pioneer Women for Pahs'inc.
November 20. The affair will be
held at the Atlantis hotel. 2655
Collins ave.. Miami Beach, begin-
:it H p.m.
Musical talent includes Marcel
:: l n iti (i tenor and member
e French operetta troupe,
who carries a leading role on
the French hour over NBC. Hi
will be accompanied by Anyuta
Melicov at the piano. Mrs. Rol
nt Armstrong, 0 formerly
with the Metropolitan Opera.
Oratorical Society, and M 1 s
Herbert Howell, p: I for-
mer program director of a Syra-
cuse radio station, are also en-
.1 to appear.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will report
on his recent attendance at a
ted Nations General Assem-
bly session. Mrs. Albert Berson
is to si < a- m istri ss ol cere-
Refreshments will be
SARAH BRACKEN '" W.'.YFV
.,, Melicov will accompany the
vocalists.
Proceeds ol th coi cerl are to
ie used towa i ewish
homeland in Russia foi
which tie efl Ameri-
can Birobidjaj Committee a 1 e
directed
Pittsburgh Club
Installs Officers
Pittsburgh club of Greater Mi-
ami installed permanent officers
before .1 crowd of 300 Pittsburgh-
ers Monday night at the Temple
Beth Sholom. Miami Beach.
Leonard Klmball is president;
Frank Wcinstein, first vice-presi-
,1.111. Dr. Milton Goldman, second
vice-president; Sidney Richmen.
recording secretary; Morric Fin-
klehorn, treasurer and Miss Helen
Jcholenberg, corresponding sec-
etary.
Those installed were chosen as
temporary leaders at the club's
irganization meeting at the home
i) Frank Wcinstein last August.
u, instein initiated the group of
?2 charter members, which has
grown to 160. its present enroll-
ment.
Mi nday's entertainment was
under the "charge of Mrs. Edna
Burke.
Emma Lazarus Chapter
Emma Lazarus chapter of thp
Business and Protossional wm
n of B'nai B'r.th outlined T
year's social activities at tw
regular meeting Tuesday
in the card room of the L, ,V
hotel Miami Beach A le* ^
read from the family which Z
group has adopted ln Europe
.A,total of son"' 32-<>00 Jew, i
2 European lands a,, lear,
0 become farmers, rr,echaniB
tailors, cobble,- oarpentersJ
438 training centers and hach-
sharoth supported by the Joint
Distribution Committee,
Workmen's Circle
Hear Polish Orator
Dr. Leo Finklestem. Polish
scientist, 0 at n ind joui 1
will speak I ir Workmen I
branches 699 and 692 of Miami
and Miami Beach this weekend.
Recent arrival from Poland, Dr.
Finklestem is touring the W C
Southern branches, starting in
Miami and finishing In Galvi
Texas.
Subject of his Friday lecture
at the Miami lyceum, 1545 S.W
3rd st, will be "Jewish Life in
Russia." At Miami Beach lyceum.
25 Washington ave.. Sunday, he
will discuss "The Jews as a Na-
tion." Both lectures, delivered in
Yiddish, will begin at 8 p.m.
Dr. Finklestem is president ol
the Jewish Literary Yeiom. War-
Saw, Poland, and a member of the
Polish-Jewish committee. He
pent several years in Poland and
5 iviet Russia during the Hitler
regime.
Wih the help of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, nearly 40,-
000 Jewish children and young
adults attend schools or univer-
sities in Europe.
HAROLD S. SWEET
ttEXTIST
Announces the
REMOVAL
of His Office to
Suite :U>8-9
Mercantile National Bank Bldg
420 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 5-0025
MIAMI
BEACH
is the Dk.si'
r.....................1
; G. K. KNOWLES \
I APPLIANCE SERVICE J
? <
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FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 14, 1947
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PAGE FIFTEEN
|1VES OF OUR TIMES
JESSIE FTHFI SA^P
#IS 15 THE MOVING TALE
OF A YOUNG Ml WHO ROSE
ABOVE A CHILDHOOD
PARALYTIC AFFLICTION TO
([COME A NOTED ZIONIST,
AUTHOR AND POET-
JESSIE WAS IOSN IN NEW VORK IN
1883, OF JEWISH PARENTAGE.HER
HOME INFLUENCE DIRECTED HER TO THE
UNITARIAN" CHURCH, BUT IN THE COURSE
Of HER STUDIES, SHE WAS DRAWN TO
THE OLD TESTAMENT. THIS BIBLE STUDY
RETURNED HER TO JUDAISM, AND SHE
SOON BE6AN TO OBSERVE JEWISH
r-1 -A v, NOOMAN (ltd SOL NO. I.
*Ktk I IVN
UPON HER GRADUATION FROM COLUMBIA UNIVER-
SITY, SHE BECAME FRIENDLY WITH HENRIETTA
S20LD, FOUNDER OF HtDASSAH. MISS SAMPTER
IMMEDIATELY BECAME ACTIVE IN THE MOVEMENT
AND WROTE IK JCH OF ITS EARLY EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL.
STIRRED (V WHAT SHE HAD HEARD OF PALESTINE.MISS
SAMPTER DECIDED TO 60 THERE AND DO WHAT SHE
COULD TO AID THE ZIONIST CAUSE. DESPITE HER
SEMI-INVALID CONDITION.SHE LEFT FOR THE HOLY
LAND IN 1919/
THE F0U0WIN6 YEAR,FIRED WITH ENTNU
5IASM BY WHAT SHE SAW, MISS SAMPTER
WROTE'A GUIDE TO ZIONISM-PORTRAYING
TO TNE WORLD THE NECESSITY FOR A
JEWISH HOMELAND.

TAKING UP PERMANENT RESIDENCE IN PALESTINE,
MISS SAMPTER DEVOTED HER TIME FROM 1924-
19)4 TO RELIEF WORK AMONG YEMENITE
JEWS -THE NEEDIEST IN THE COUNTRY.
IH I9H,PUBLISHING*MODERN PALESTINE;MISS
SAMPTER EXPRESSED HER COMPLETE ADMIRATION
FOR THE HARDY PIONEERS WHO HAD RECLAIMED
THE LAND OF THEIR FATHERS IN THE FACE OF
GREAT OPPOSITION AND GREATER DIFFICULTIES.
PRACTICING HER OWN BELIEFS, MISS SAMPTER
SETTLED IN GIVAT BRENNER, A'KIBBUTZ,WHERE
SHE CONTINUED HER WRITING. AT THE SAME
TIME, SHE WORKED DAILY IN THE CONVALES-
CENT HOME SHE HAO BUILT FOR THE PIONEERS,
USING HER OWN FUNDS/
THERE IN THE KIBBUTZ, MISS SAMPTER LIVED OUT HER DAYS
SURROUNDED BY THE HAL OF THE INSPIRED NATION-BUILDERS.
IN 1938, AMID MUCH GRIEVING FOR THEIR LOST AMERICAN
FRIEND, THE COLONISTS OF 6IVAT BRENNER BURIED HER
AMONG THE GARDENS SHE HAD LOVED BEST-WHICH SHE
HERSELF HAD HELPED TO CREATE OUT OF ARID LAND -
s.,
Our Film Folk
HOLLYWOODWhen Barbara
Stanwyck first met writer Luther
Davis for preliminary discussions
about "B.F.'s Daughter," in which
she is starring and for which he
wrote thr screen play, she was so
impressed by his youthful ap-
pearance I hat she promptly
labeled him "Junior." Then the
actress brought in a baby's high
chair to MOM. She aJso rounded
up an oversized baby bottle.
When Luther, who is 31 but
looks 21). visited the set for the
first time Miss Stanwyck pre-
sented him with the assortment.
Now Davis Is "Junior" to the rest
of the cast. Incidentally, he is
also the screen writer of Clark
Gable's recent smash hit, "The
Hucksters, which was based on
the novel by Fredric Wakeman.
*
Bill Brice, son of CBS'S "Baby
Snooks" star Fanny Brice, recent-
ly put some of his oil paintings
up for sale at a charity auction.
fanny made it a point to put in
the highest bid on each canvas so
that the paintings would stay in
the family. Young Brice will have
his works featured in a one-man
show this November.

When the Academy passes out
the "Oscars" come next winter,
let not the discoverer of the
noiseless popcorn bag be dis-
missed without recognition. For
film fans have Irving M. Levin,
district manager of San Francisco
Theatres, Inc., to thank for intro-
ducing a crackle-proof bag
whereby patrons can munch away
without fear of competing with
the soundtrack, intentional or
otherwise.
Popcorn sales are now soaring,
says Levin, and good will galore
has been garnered. Although the
bags cost seven times as much as
the standard ones, the theatre ex-
ecutive emphatically states
they're worth it. Payees echo the
same comment.
*
Irving Berlin this week pre-
sented his latest patriotic com-
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position, "The Freedom Train" to
the American Heritage Founda-
tion. All royalities of the tune go
to the Foundation, the purpose
of which is to acquaint the Amer-
ican public with the advantages
of this country.
Irving says that he was faced
with a considerable problem in
writing the tune inasmuch as the
public had its fill of patriotic
numbers during the war. He con-
sequently sought a light approach
and came up with the jingle-likc
Freedom Train."
*
Phil Cohen, radio director-pro-
ducer of the Jimmy Durantc pro-
gram, has been borrowed by
Charles Luckman to handle the
radio phase of the publicity cam-
paign for food conservation. He's
currently in Washington. As a
former member of a topranking
advertising agency, Cohen han-
dled Lever Bros, programs and
became acquainted with the soap
company president (Luckman).
He was also radio head of the
Office of War Information for a
time and is thus experienced in
Government publicity.
Some 6,100 Jewish youths are
in Joint Distribution Committee-
supported vocational training
classes in Rumania.
13 YEARS
of Distinguished
Public Service
To All the People of
Miami
RE-E L ECT
JAMES A. DUNN
To The
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GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 25
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be used for the Hadassah Midical
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PAGE SIXTEEN
Jewish ftoridilati
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U
Local Agencies
Present Budgets
Representatives of eight local
beneficiary agencies of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation ap-
peared before the organisation's
budget committee last Sunday
in an all-day session at the Hotel
White House to present their
1948 budgets and allocation re-
quests.
The meeting was presided over
by Leon Kaplan, chairman of the
Local Agency Sub-Committee of
the Budget Committee. Other
members of the sub-committee
in attendance were Abraham
Goodman, chairman; Sidney Lef-
court, David Isen, Gus Trau,
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Ed
Weinstein, Harry Seitlin, Max
Meisel, Rabbi Murry Grauer, I.
S. Shapoff, Joseph Duntov, Har-
ry Rabe, Maurice Furman, Stu-
art Gordon and Victory Garvey,
committee secretary.
Organizations appearing and
their representatives were: Mi-
ami YM-YWHA, M. J. Kopelo-
witz, Ben Essen, Murry Gross-
man and Dan Rosenthal; Bureau
of Jewish Education, Louis Her-
man, Eli Hurwitz and Abe Gan-
nes;' Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, Mrs.
Stanlev C. Myers Mrs. Nat Wil-
liams and Mrs. Florence Finkel-
stein; Mt. Sinai Hospital, Baron
de Hirsch Meyer and Lester Bar-
ron; Miami Beach YM-YWHA,
Carl Weinkle. Milton Sirkin, Ar-
chie Brick and Andy Polansky;
Jewish Home for the Aged, Judge
Harold Spaet, John Temple and
Leo Allen.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Tamara Mizrachi
Plan Tea at Cromwell
Tamara chapter of the Miz-
rachi Women of Greater Miami
are sponsoring a tea at the Crom-
well hotel, 100 20th St., Miami
Beach, Tuesday at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Martin Rothschild, mem-
bership chairman, in collabora-
tion with Mrs. Ted Landesman,
has planned a skit on the work
of Young Women in Mizrachi
throughout the country. An ad-
dress by Dr. David Andron and
a musical program will follow.
Mrs. I. L. Yulish is president
of the newly formed group. Mrs.
Emanuel Karger is organization-
al adviser to all Mizrachi groups
in Greater Miami, senior and
junior.
REFORM
Temple Israel. 137 N. E. 19th
St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman:
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi eme-
ritus.
Friday evening'services at B.IO.
Members of the Sisterhood will
participate in the observance ol
Sisterhood Sabbath.
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. Rab-
bi David Raab.
Fridav evening services at H
p.m. Rabbi Raab will preach on
the subject "Marriage. Inter-
Marriage. Mixed-Marriage." Sun-
day school at 10 a.m.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter. 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood.
Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will deliver
a sermon "When Should Educa-
tion Stop?"
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 Sattbath services at
6:30. Regular morning services
at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff
will speak on "Trouble With
Children." Intermediate service
for teen age youth at 9 o'clock un-
der the supervision of the Board
of Education. Junior Congrega-
tion for children of Elementary
school at 10, under the supervi-
sion of Max Bertman of the fac-
ulty. Kiddush served to both
Junior groups by a Sisterhood
committee. Bible study at 4 p.m.
with S. I. Friedman. Mincha at
5:15 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi will speak on the Portion
of the Week. Sunday school from
10 a.m. till noon. Daily school
from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
Friday evening Mincha at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning service
at 8:30. Rabbi Rackovsky will
speak on "Disharmony." Mincha
at 4:30 p.m. followed by Shalos
Seudos with a program of Zmi-
ros. Rabbi will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Maariv is
at 6 p.m. Daily morning serv-
ices at 7:30 followed by a cla^s
in Mishna. Mincha at 5:15 p.m.
' the oriqinal
JO/EM J.RAWl/On fat*M@#*m
followed by a class in Jewish
laws and customs. Maanv at
6 p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Ju-
nior Congregation, 1101 S. w.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at a. id
p.m. A Z. A. Sabbath at 8
pm Saturday morning at
O'clock. Mattlnw Kurt, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beckei,
will be at Bar M.tzvah. Sunday
school 10 a.m. Hebrew school
I daily from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S. W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer; Cantor
1 Abraham Behrman.
Fridav evening services at D-JU
p.m. Saturday morning 9:15 a.m.
Youth Service will be dedicated
to students of the Hebrew school.
Norman Oanse and Alan Honig
will chanl tie service. George
Segal will give the sermon on
the Weeklv Portion of the Law.
Rabbi Grauer will also address
the congregation. Refreshments
follow tendered by Sidney Palm-
er and the Sisterhood. Mincha
at 4:45 p.m. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Hebrew school daily from 3:30
to 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Belh David, 135
N. W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
diseuss 'Juvenile Delinquency
and Paternal Authority." Serv-
ices will be dedicated to the Sig-
ma Rho chapter of AZA. Presi-
dent and representatives of t h e
group will conduct the responses.
Edward Tescher will outline the
activities of AZA. Floral offer-
ing is made by Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Goldfield in honor of their
daughter's recent marriage. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Rose will be
hosts at the reception in the au-
ditorium following services in
honor of Mrs. Rose's parents. Dr.
and Mrs. Safer, who are visiting
them. Sabbath services at 8:3U
a.m. Student services at 10:30.
Mesdames Sam and Harry Au-
gust will be hosts at the Bar
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Mitzvah breakfast club at 8:30
a m Sunday, in memory of their
father. All boys and girls of 13
and over are invited to attend.
Miami Beach Jewish Commu-
nity Center, 1415 Euclid ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 5*30
p.m. Late Friday evening service
8:IS pm. In the absence of Rab-
bi Lchrman, Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, rabbi emeritus of Temple
Israel, will conduct the service.
Guest speaker will be Stanley C.
Myers, honorary president of
Greater Miami Federation. Sat-
urday morning services at 9
o'clock. Dr. Kaplan will preach
on "Who Am I?" AZA BBG
Youth breakfast Sunday morn-
ing at 9 a.m. for boys and girls
over 13. Guest speaker is Wal-
ter Kovner, president of the Mi-
ami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Sunday school 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
Religious school, Monday through
Thursday, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Pre-
Kindergarten school, Monday
through Friday mornings, 9 a.m.
till noon.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 8:15
p.m. Dr. Andrew W. Gottschal,
Florida Regional Director of the
1947
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day afternoons boy. anri IT
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